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October 08, 1965 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-08

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Ethics Stands High on List of Student Problems

ANN ARBOR — The University resources available and are quick
of Michigan Office of Religious to spot needs that call for special-
Affairs reported this week that ized services," said DeWitt C.
ethical and moral problems are
at the top of the list of most- Baldwin, coordinator of the Office
asked questions by students. Jew- of Religious Affairs.
ish counselors are among the 37
advisers affiliated with 22 religious
Young Adults Roll Out
Friday, October 8, 1965-11
faiths represented in the office.
Plans for Their Ball
Other problems students face
relate to conversion, intermarriage
The Beth Abraham Ball plan-
and personal problems of adjust-
ned by the Young Adult Group
ment and need for special know-
of Cong. Beth Abraham will feature
eldge. "Most of the religious
the Immortals 8:30 p.m. Oct. 23_
in the youth lounge.
Activity has been brewing at counselors at the University of
WSU Students to Show
Prizes will be featured. There Mumford on the sports, popularity, Michigan familiarize themselves
Film 'Let My People Go'
is a nominal admission fee.
student council, and even the intel- thoroughly with the range of
The Student Zionist Organization
Other activities on the Young lectual scenes. The Mustangs, our
of Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at Adult Group calendar, announced ever-struggling football team,
Wayne State University will show by recreation chairman Shelley swung into action against Pershing
the film "Let My People Go," a Ribiat, include a bowling party 9 Sept. 24. The Doughboys narrowly
documentary on the plight of Jews p.m. Oct. 16 at WY-7 bowling alley; edged our Mustangs out by a score
during and after World War II, and a Hollowe'en costume party of 35-0.
8:30 p.m. Saturday in the Mart Oct. 30.
Last Friday, Mumford was dead-
Room, Mackenzie Hall.
For information, call Jay Gross- locked with Northern in a 7-7 tie.
Refreshments, singing and danc- man, membership chairman, UN. Outstanding Mumford players
ing will follow. Guests are invited 1-2239, or Shelley Bank, president, were Marvin Binion, bruising Jeff
at no charge.
UN 3-4628.
Jannett, and Barry Robbins.
Student Council is plugging
ahead with plans for M-Week,
Oct. 18-22. Included in the plans
are a sweatshirt day, off-color day,
student-teacher-exchange day —
for an outstanding achievement!
and conformity day, for a change.
The Senior class has elected its
The Gratiot District, of the Metro-
officers. Lanny Lesser defeated
politan Life Insurance Company,
Harold Robinson for the presi-
located at 15300 E. Seven Mile
dency. Cynthia Lynn was elected
Rood, is pleased to announce that
vice president over John Turner,
Lawrence B. Wayne has again
A growing number of American equip --
plants to produce DDT, Hawkins for the office of secre-
qualified as a member of the
boys and girls are giving up soap- penicillin and vitamin capsules. It tary.
Millionaire Club, of the Metro-
A runoff election for treas-
ing windows and playing pranks helped develop modern dairies and
urer is to be held between dead-
politan Life Insurance Company,
on Halloween, to devote their Trick clear water supplies. It provided locked
Carolyn Patton and Gary
for the sixth consecutive year.
or Treat collection to helping sick seeds, garden tools, and other sup Katz.
This year's accomplishment was
and hungry children in far-away plies to help grow more varied
National Merit Scholarship
completed by the first of August.
and nutritious foods.
semifinalists were announced last
Mr. Wayne has been a consistent
In 15 years, accomplishments of
Having established that more week. Four Mumfordites, Joan
recipient of the Quality Award of
the United Nations Children's than half of the world's school-age Fealk, Diane Juliar, Lawrence
Fund have been tremendous, con- children have no schools to go to, Rubens and Edward Zuckerman
the Notional Association of Life
sidering that this agency operates UNICEF began equipping class- were named to this high scholastic
with an annual budget equivalent rooms, helping to train teachers. honor.
to only 8 per cent of what is spent
But hunger and disease are still
Receiving letters of commenda-
on world arms in one day. This chief problems.
tion were Kenneth Ash, Susan
has been possible because under-
Young Americans play their Bailey, Michael Bernstein, Thomas
New York, N.Y.
developed nations have been doing role in this world-wide humani- Clune, Mary Ellen Colten, Robert
their share.
tarian venture by donning their Fine, Steven Fishman, Beverly
While UNICEF provides vitally witches', goblins' and spacemen's Harris, Janet Klotman, Jeffrey
necessary supplies and equipment,
garb, by going out Halloween London, Ronald Mirvis, Irwin Rose,
the countries themselves furnish evening in small, well-supervised Tony Rosenthal, Ronna Ross, Rich-
materials that they do have for groups, and by ringing doorbells ard Shcolnek and Marcia Stamell.
the programs for children.
to the chant of, "Trick or Treat
In the developing countries,
for UNICEF."
where three out of four of all the
Every coin that is dropped into Temple Israel Group
world's children are growing up, their orange collection cartons will Planning Mitzvah Day
40 per cent of the population is grow, and grow. A single UNICEF
The Temple Israel Youth Group
under 15.
penny can mean the vaccine to
In these years, UNICEF has protect a child from tuberculosis. (TYG) is preparing for its annual
Mitzvah Day Oct. 17, when members
not only developed in size (in
Each "treat" of a nickel can pro- will volunteer such services as
1966 it will assist over 540 pro- vide the penicillin to cure two
grams in 118 countries) but children of yaws, an ugly, crippling raking leaves, washing cars or
windows and straightening base-
also in scope: it tries to conquer tropical disease.
ments or garages.
some of the basic problems of
In the field of nutrition, the
Residents with odd jobs to be
hunger and disease.
figures are equally dramatic. Since
In many areas where UNICEF its inception UNICEF has prob- done may call Larry Stewart, 861-
worked, the death rate for babies ably been best known for the fact 3116.
All donations will go to a
wsa drastically cut. In some coun- that with one penny, it provides
tries, leprosy and malaria were a hungry child with five glasses charitable organization.
almost entirely wiped out. It of milk.

JULYS GARDIN, an honors grad-
uate of Southfield High School,
was featured in the Teen of the
Week column in The Detroit News
recently. The son of the Abram
Gardins of Richard St., Southfield,
Jules is already a second-semester
freshman at the University of
Michigan although he's only 16. A
past Aleph Zadik Aleph (Bnai
Brith) president, he has been active
in Jewish life, serving as cantor
at Shaarey Zedek Friday evening

youth services and receiving a
United Hebrew Schools scholarship
for study in Israel. He holds
Regents and AZA academic schol-
arships to U. of M.




Congratulations to


Youth Page

Trick-or-Treaters Will Collect Funds
for Poor Children of the World

r Dai•ENU


Activities Under Way
at Cong. Bnai Moshe

Cong. Bnai Moshe will start its
youth activities program with three
junior sabbath services 10:15 a.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
Groups include the Tallis and
Tefillin Club, a leadership training
program, study groups and United
Synagogue Youth clubs for all ages
and the newly formed arts-crafts
and dramatic groups.
Freshman and Sophomore Chap-
ters, USY, will elect officers 2
p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.

Young Professionals Serve
Israel in Growing Numbers


"And first prize in
Show goes to the
bush City Bank ...
interior by Van

this year's National Sukkah
Sukkah entered by the Flat-
with architecture by Sullivan,
der Velde, and fruits by

ber of young American and Cana-
dian Jews coming to Israel in the
new "Service to the People" pro-
gram of the Jewish Agency will
total 200 by the end of 1965, Eliahu
Dobkin, member of the Jewish
Agency executive, reported.
He said that it was important
that. future participants begin their
Hebrew language studies while still
in America and that ways to im-
prove the program would be the
subject of a special meeting be-
tween Jerusalem and New York
Jewish Agency executive members.

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