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July 02, 1965 - Image 24

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March of Dimes Awards Scholarships





Senior Does Research
on Mid-East as Intern
for Rep. Broomfield

Camp Gan Israel Opens on- Monday

Camp Gan Israel, near Fenton,
about 50 miles from Detroit, will
open its fifth season Monday, un-
der the supervision of Merkos
L'Inyenei Chizuch (Lubavitcher
Educational Organization). The
camp will accomodate 100 boys
and 100 girls during the eight-
week camping season.
Director of the camp, which is
run in a strictly traditional man-
ner, is Rabbi S. K. Weinberg,
principal of Etz Chayim School in
Toronto. Camp coordinator is Rab-
bi Moshe Polter, president of
Cong. Mishkan Israel-Nusach Hari-
Lubavitcher Center, and the head
counselor is Bessie Shemtov of
London. Ghana Rivkin of Brook-
lyn, is assistant head counselor.
The camp has been remodeled
from funds provided by the Wil-
liam Hordes Memorial Fund,
and all the buildings have been
renovated. The camp grounds
include 27 acres, situated on
Pine Lake. There are 23 build-
ings. Activities include all out-
door sports (facilities have been
expanded), music, arts and
crafts, dramatics, photography

and nature study. There are also
study groups in all phases of
Judaism for all levels of camp-
ers. The kosher kitchens have
been remodeled.
A pre-camping seminar for
counselors this weekend at the
synagogue will include greetings
by Rabbi Weinberg, welcome by
Rabbi Polter and lectures on the
camp by Sidney Selig, psycholo-
gist and educational director; Dov
Parshan; Rabbi Jacob Kranz;
Charles E. Feinberg, chairman of
the camping committee; and Dr.
Israel Weiner, medical adviser.

Oakland University senior Fred
Pearson, 20, has completed a six-
week intern program with a con-
gressman while doing research
work on the Middle East situa-
tion.
Pearson, who recently returned
from Washington, had been en-
gaged by Rep. William S. Broom-
field (R-Royal Oak) for the re-
search work. He also wrote re-
p or t s and did
some "leg work,"
contacting c o n -
gr es smenand
embassy and
state department
officials.
His internship
was co-sponsored
by the Michigan
Center for Edu-
Children and Adults
cation and Poli-
Pearson
tics.
Broomfield is a ranking member
Beginning
of the House Foreign Affairs Com-
JULY
mittee and serves on the Far East
subcommittee.
Pearson graduates in August
with a degree in political science Jewish Agency Sends
and plans to get his masters in in-
ternational relations at the Uni- 54 Collegians to Israel
versity of Michigan. He is the son
NEW YORK (JTA — Thirty-six
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearson, American college students and
13358 Kingston; Huntington graduates left for Israel on a ten-
Woods.
week summer work program under
Call or Drop in
the auspices of the Professional
and
Technical
Workers
Aliyah
Detroiters Graduate
Department (PATWA) of the Jew-
From Chicago Yeshiva ish Agency for Israel. This group,
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Half a dozen young men and will be joined in Israel by 18
other
American
participants
in
the
women from this area were recent-
ly graduated from the high school PATWA program who are travel-
division of the yeshiva, Bais Mid- ing to Israel individually.
rash le'Torah, and its affiliate, the
Chicago Hebrew Academy.
The young men, all of whom
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Beth Yeihuda in Detroit, are Ger-
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Yeshiva University. Gerald But-
ri-movitz earned a similar award
to Wayne State University, and
Albert Portnoy and Israel Prero
All Young Men
received scholarships to the Heb-
rew Theological College, Skokie,
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Some happy faces view the checks for scholarships in the health
field presented by the Wayne County March of Dimes. With Mrs.
Betty Becker, Detroit Board of Education member and executive
board member for the Wayne County March of Dimes, are recipients
Karen D. Krueger (seated), Pamela Joe Koponen and Ronald Lieber-
man. Lieberman, 14949 Evanston, plans to study at the University of
Michigan in the fall.

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In pre-flight arrangement are 13 campers and their counselor
who will take part in the Histadrut-sponsored summer jaunt to Israel
and Europe this year. They are (from left), bottom row: Judy Weiss,
Naomi Epel, Gale Mondry, Naomi Wainer; Melanie Wallace, Shira
Young and Denise Cohen; top row: Donald Cohen, Steven Cottler,
Benny Adler, counselor Clifford Miller, Victor Tuchman, David
Axelrod and Louise Liberson.
* * *

At an orientation meeting, in-
structions were received by 13
teen-agers from age 14 to 17 who
are joining this year's Histadrut-
sponsored camp program in Israel
and Europe.
More than 150 American young
people are joining an equal num-
ber of Israelites at Hakfar Hayarok
(The Green Village), located on
the Mediterranean only 20 minutes
from Tel Aviv.
Since the summer of 1962, some
650 American and Cana d i a n
youngsters have come to know Is-
rael by participating in this unique
program which offers such activ-
ities as field trips to all parts of
Israel, conversational He b r e w
classes, sports, arts and crafts, mu-
sic, dance and optional work on
the village farm.
Also this summer, 300 Amen-

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can college students will spend two
weeks of a two-month vacation get-
ting up at 6 a.m. to work in the
fields of Israel six days a week.
Participants in this eight-week kib-
butz and vacation program spon-
sored by Histadrut Students Tours,
include Detroit-area resident Anna-
Jean Betman, David Brodsky, Mir-
iam Harary, Myra Helfenstein,
Karen Isaacs, Paula Katz, Sandra
Katz, Linda Malter, Regina Miller,
Hannah Morton, Larry Parsky and
Cherie Sternberg.
Both Histadrut-sponsored pro-
grams have been oversubscribed
since May and Histadrut will now
accept applications for the 1966
summer season. For information,
call the Histadrut office, UN 4-
7094, or write Histadrut, 19161
Schaefer.

Area Students Take Part
in Seminar in Mexico

Three Oak Parkers and a Berk-
ley miss are among the 12 Oakland
University students traveling to
Mexico on the university's first
study excursion to a foreign coun-
try.
They are Sheldon Chase, 15331
Rosemary; Martin I. Reisig, 24241
Condon; and Stuart Schwedel,
22146 Cloverlawn, all of Oak Park;
and Barbara Simons, 2735 Har-
vard, Berkley.
The troupe, traveling by station
wagon, will spend three months in
Guanajuato, living with Mexican
families and studying at the uni-
versity there. Speaking only Span-
ish, they will work in the poor-
est areas of Mexico City, while
living, with well-to-do families.
This is an intentional contrast to
give the students insight into liv-
ing standards in Mexico.

Coeds Join Yeshiva U. N inth Season in Israel

Two coeds from the area will I
fly to Israel next week as parti- I
cipants in Yeshiva University's
ninth annual Summer in Israel
program.
They are Deborah Baume r,
18372 Wildemere, and Marilyn
Camen, 23551 Wildwood, Oak
Park.
The girls will be among 144
young men and women from the
United States and Canada taking
part in the seven-week excursion,
preceded by 17 days in Europe.
They will meet with religious and

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All the students are planning
to continue their Jewish studies
while attending_ various univer-
sities.

political leaders, share a weekend
wibh young Israelis, visit art cen-
ters and work on a kibbutz or
moshay. Their home base will be
the campuses of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity and Hebrew University.

St. Louis Hillel Starts Drive

ST. LOUIS (JTA)—A campaign
to raise $500,000 for an addition to
the Hillel House at Washington
University has opened with pledges
of more than $300,000.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, July 2, 1965

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