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May 07, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Hillel School Choir to Present Concert

Hillel Day School of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will present its first
Spring Music Festival 8 p.m. May
19 at the Jewish Center's main

Collegians to Celebrate

Presented will be the Children's
Choir, composed of students from
the 4th - 7th grades, Junior Chil-
dren's Choir of pupils and some
parents of the students.
The second half of the program
will be highlighted by several
scenes from the hit musical pro-
duction, "Fiddler on the Roof,"
which will be sung and dramatized
by the students under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Goldie Eskin and
Mrs. Sheila Charlip.
For tickets, call the day school,
LI 8-8224.

Three student groups at Wayne
State University will celebrate
Israel's 17th anniversary at a pro-
gram 8 p.m. May 15 at the Inter-
national Institute.
Groups sponsoring the event are
the Israeli Student Society, Bnai
. Brith Hillel Foundation and the
Student Zionist Organization.
The Sabra Trio and singer
Arella Barley will be featured, and
Dr. Max Kapustin, Hillel Founda-
tion director, will speak. The pub-
High school seniors in the area
lic is invited.
have walked off with a large num-
ber of scholarships to the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Regents-Alumni
scholarships were awarded to 879
state high school graduates, among
the following:
Dennis J. Kirchoff, Rheta N.
Pollock and Diane L. Saltz, Cass;
Elaine R. Koenigsberg, James R.
at Kfar Silver, Agricultural Training
Storfer and Shirley R. Tanner,
Cooley; Gilbert J. Goodman, David
R. Kantor and Barbara A. Robin-
JULY 1st - AUGUST 19th, 1965
son, Henry Ford; and Jacob David,
Non-Profit Educational. Project
The largest representation was
Activities include Conversational He-
brew, Seminars, Israeli Songs and from Mumford. These scholarship
Dances, Sightseeing throughout Israel,
recipients are Lawrence J. Bobrin,
land and water sports, etc.
David A. Citrin, Ellen E. Gross,
Total Cost $975.00
Elson M. Haas, Joel D. Hencken,
Charges cover all educational and rec- Roy A. Jacobstein, Donald A.
reational activities, field trips, lodging, Schon, Karen S. • Schu•zman, Ste-
food, (dietary laws observed) medical
care, and transportation from New phen R. Selzer, Steven Sills,
York City to Israel and return.
James A. Strom, Sherry A. Sut-
tles, Stephen H. Wildstrom and
For Information write or call
Alvin L. Winer.

Area Seniors Win
Regents Grants



ZOA Youth Dept., 145 East 32nd St.
New York City, N.Y. 10016
MU 3-9200


Zionist Organization of Detroit

25219 Southfield Road
Southfield, Mich.
Phone 353-3636

Honor Israel's 'Birthday'

Akiva Hebrew Day School will
observe Israeli Independence Day
with a special assembly 10 a•m.
today. An Israeli film, "Hands of
the Builders," will be shown.


urges you to support

S. CON. RES. 17
Concurrent Resolution

Whereas the Congress of the United States deeply believes in
freedom of religion for all people and is opposed to infringe-
ment of this freedom anywhere in the world; and
Whereas abundant evidence has made clear that the Government
of the Soviet Union is persecuting Jewish citizens by singling
them out for extreme punishment for alleged economic
offenses, by confiscating synagogues, by closing Jewish
cemeteries, by arresting rabbis and lay religious leaders, by
curtailing religious observances, by discriminating against
Jeivs in cultural activities and access to higher education,
by imposing restrictions that prevent the reuniting of Jews
with their families in other lands, and by other acts that
oppress Jews in the free exercise of their faith; and
Whereas the Soviet Union has a clear opportunity to match the
words of its constitutional guarantees of freedom of religion
with specific actions so that the world may know whether
there is a genuine hope for a new day of better understanding
among all people: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives
2 concurring-, That it is the sense of the. C o ng r e s s that
3 persecution of any persons because of their religion by
4 the Soviet Union be condemned, and that the Soviet Union
5 in the name of decency and humanity cease executing persons
6 for alleged economic offenses, and fully permit the free
7 exercise of religion and the pursuit of cultUre by Jews
and all others within its borders.

by signing petitions available through presidents of
member organizations of the Council.

Beth Abraham Synagogue

B'nai David Synagogue
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization

Gemiluth Youth Groups
Jewish Community Center Teen


Jewish Parents Institute Teen

Hashomer Hatzair
Michigan State Temple Youth
Mizrachi Hatzair
United Synagogue Youth
Young Israel

Linda Shur to Stay
Year at Hebrew U.

Linda Shur, coed at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, has been ac-
cepted by American Friends of
the Hebrew University to attend
• the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Jerusa-
1en, for one year
of study to com-
plete her junior
Miss Shur will
leave for Israel
in July aboard
the SS Israel to
•begin the first
part of her pro-
gram, which in-
Miss Shur
cludes four months of intensive
training in Hebrew and eight
months of study at the Hebrew
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Shur of Flint, she is an honor stu-
dent and history major at U of M.
Miss Shur is also a former Ramah
camper, having spent five sum-
mers at Camp Ramah in Canada.
She will return to the University
of Michigan to complete her senior

2 U. of y M. Sophomores Named to Chairmanships

Two 1963 graduates of Mumford
High School have been appointed
to the executive council of the
University of Michigan Activities
Ronna Magy, a sophomore ma-
joring in sociology, will serve as
academic affairs chairman. A
member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sor-

mei/looser-ell School


Paid, Seaffored,

Lincoln . College, in Lincoln, Ill.,
is a non-denominational institu-
tion with a total student popula-
tion of 491.
A student committee wrote to
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations
that after the Selma episode,
students at Lincoln College took
up a collection for the "Human
Rights Movement" and chose to
send it to the most representative
campus agencies most active in
this area.
"Because our campus is reli-
giously plural, we divided our gift,
in three equal parts and sent each
to National Student Christian
Federation, Hillel Foundations and
National Newman Clubs," wrote
Lynn Anderson, chairman of the
student committee.
The check is being turned over
by Hillel to Jewish agencies to
help the many Negro families in
Selma who have lost their jobs be-
cause of their involvement in the
civil rights movement.
Significantly, Lincoln College
was founded in 1865.

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Two Southfield High School
students have- been awarded Na-
tiona• Merit Scholarships to fur-
ther their education in college.
They are Suzanne Busch and Ran-
dall Zusman. Among the 1,900 na-
tional winners are 131 Michigan
students. The scholarships this
year totaled $7,500,000.
Two Southfield students have
won regional forensics contest
titles in the Southeastern Mich-
igan Association regional contest
recently held at Southfield. Mor-
ris Podolsky, who took first place
in declamation, and Mickey Sha-
piro, who placed second in the
humorous reading, are now elig-
ible to participate in the state con-
Southfield's Student Council
held a highly successful Talent
Show before over 700 spectators.
Southfield students entertained for
some two hours. Placed third in
the talent competition was Bob
Kaplan for his piano solo, and
placing second for their skit,
"Rinse the Blood Off My Toga,"
were Mary Aal, Gary Saks, Marty
Stoneman, Alan Sarko, Sandy Top-
per and Randall Zusman.

ority, Miss Magy is vice president
of Wyvern, a junior women's
honorary society.


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