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November 04, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20—Friday November 4, 1966

Young Musicians to Play for Rally

Youth Page

Young Jews in 'Peace Corps' to Israel

NEW YORK — Thirty nine
young Americans between age 19
and 30 left for Israel this month
to devote a year of service to
Israel as part of the Sherut La'am
program. They will join another
group of 56 who left for Israel
in June, making a total of 95
Americans who are participating
in the 1966-674 Sherut La'am
program.
This group, composed of college
students and graduates, has volun-
teered to work in Israel either
in a kibbutz or in new settle-
ment towns. Following a three-
month period of orientation and
an ulpan course for the study of
Hebrew, they will spend the bal-
ance of the year at their special-
ized assignments.
The Sherut La'am program,
which in literal translation means
"Service to the People," is in
many ways comparable to the
American Peace Corps program.
It has three programs:
1. Volunteers for work on a
kibbutz.
2. Individual placement for vol-
unteers without specific technical
skills in immigrant villages, work-
ing with new immigrants as as-
sistant teachers, recreational work-
ers, community workers, tutors in
music and handicrafts and physical
education instructors.
3. Volunteers who are college
graduates and possess special skills
and training. They are given job
placements as lab technicians,
teachers, nurses and other medical
workers, etc.
Information on Sherut La'am
and applications can be obtained
from the national office, 515 Park
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022, or

from offices in Chicago at Suite
1704, 220 S. State Street.
All applicants must pass careful
physical and psychological tests
before acceptance. The program
provides full maintenance during
the year in Israel, plus a small
allotment for pocket money.

National President
of Temple Youth Due

The second in the series of Fri-
day evening firesides presented
by Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac,
will feature today William Chafets,
president of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Youth, former pres-
ident of Michigan Federation of
Temple Youth and former Beth
Jacob Youth Group president.
William's topic, "Challenges We
Face," will include some of his ex-
periences on his recent trip to
Europe. The talk will follow the
8:30 p.m. worship hour.

Young Adult Services
Begun at Mishkan Israel

Mishkan Israel's youth depart-
ment has inaugurated Young Adult
Sabbath services for college and
teen-age youth.
Services commence at 9:30 a.m.
Saturdays in the social hall. Fea-
tured is a resume and interpreta-
tion of the weekly portion of the
Tora reading, given by Rabbi
Yitzhak H. Kagan.
A kiddush with refreshments is
served after the services. All Oak
Park youth age 14-20 are invited.

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Nathan Trager, scoutmaster of
Troop 23, and his six assistant
scoutmasters are planning a mem-
bership drive whereby each scout
invites boys in his neighborhood
to join the program and share in
"building a better nation by build-
ing better men for tomorrow."
The troop meets at Cong. Beth
Hillel.
The following Scouts have been
selected to provide services to the
United Foundation Torch Drive as
one of their civic responsibilities:
Jeffrey Altshuler, Mitchel Fields,
Marc Friedman, Edward Keller,
Paul Siman and Jerome Super-
stine.
Troop 23 was the first Jewish
troop in the city of Detroit. It is
Flutist Judith Letvin gets a little background music from Neal
presently sponsored by its own
Stulberg and Mrs. George Kerwin, rally chairman of the Music Study
Alumni of 1912, who used to
Club. Judith and Thomas Ludwig, violinist, will perform at a club
meet in the Hannah Schloss
concert rally 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Simon
Building on High St.
Harrison, 22339 Hampton Ct., Southfield. Speaker will be Dr. Morris
Each scout who recruits another
Hochberg, professor of strings in the music department of Wayne
boy will receive an additional
State University. Mrs. L. P. Miller is chairman of the day. Thomas is
a scholarship student of the club, which will be sponsoring its award for his efforts, while the unit
who attains its goal will receive
Annual Artist Concert Nov. 27 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral.
honor streamers, and the unit lead.
er will be awarded a special round-
up mug.
Trager states there are openings
for 15 recruits. The troop meets
7 p.m. Mondays. Boys who will
soon reach age 11-14 are invited
to any of the scout programs. For
Six Oak Park High School stu- information, call Scoutmaster Na-
dents were named Merit Scholar- than Trager, VE 8-3717, or Alfred
ship Semi-Finalists in the 1966-67 A. Klunover, troop committee chair-
man, WO 3-1767.
competition. Another 16 students
were awarded letters of commen-
dation for their high performance Yavneh Offers Classes
The Detroit Chapter of Yavneh
in the competition. Semi-Finalists
By ELLEN
(National Religious Jewish Students
are
Elizabeth
Ashin,
Marshall
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hen, Richard Collarini, Allen Association) invites all interested
Excitement, anticipation, a n d Iskow, Jerome Lerman and Larry collegians to its weekly Wednes-
day classes at Young Israel of
work have filled this past week at Peters.
Northwest Detroit.
Groves, as everyone looks forward
Commended students include:
Classes are: 7:30 p.m., Hirsch
to homecoming. Finishing touches
Mitchell Elkiss, James Friedman, Humash taught by Rabbi Samuel
are being added to the floats and Harmon Gallant, Paul Handelman,
Hauptman, Anita Hoffman, Prero; and 8:15 p.m., modern
the winning float will be announced Mitchell
Roger Holberg, Geri Ann Israel, Mar- Jewish halakha taught by Dr. Hugo
at the Regalia Ball.
vin Keshner, Leslie Kushner, Miriam Mandelbaum.
Parts for the fall production of Lucas, Stephen Markman, Margaret
Michele Sinkoff, Judith


"Thieves' Carnival" have been Nemsick,
Taisch and Mark Weitz.
FOR THE BEST IN
announced. Novice Linda Apple-
Oak Park High School is near
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
blatt earned a leading role.
the top 50 schools in the nation in
Both the yearbook and paper at
the number of Advanced Place-
Groves have earned excellent and ment Tests taken by its students.
superior ratings from last year.
And His Orchestra
Advanced Placement Tests enable
On the sports scene, Groves a student to receive college credit
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Falcons are tied- with Livonia and/or placement for material
Franklin for first place. The learned in high school. Tests are
soccer team lost to Cranbrook offered in specific subject matter.
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
this past week, by a very small
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margin.
Rabbi LOUIS ENGELBERG, of
Many Grovites are participating Taylor Road Synagogue, Cleveland
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in the Food Fairs Carnaby Street Heights, has been elected regional
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Fun Festival. The festival is a show vice president for the midwest of
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geared to the teen-age interest and the Yeshiva University Rabbinic
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will be presented at the State Fair Alumni.
Colliseum Nov. 18, 19 and 20.
Gary Lewis and the Playboys,
Bobby Hebb, Dick Clark and the
Yardbirds are just some of the
many stars being brought to De-
troit by Food Fair. There will be
two shows daily along with many
contests to keep everyone busy.
Many of Groves students are help-
ing to promote the great show by
working there.

SAM EMMER

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Bnai David Youth Group
to Hold Movie, Dance

Lapeed Chapter, Bnai David
Youth, will see the movie "Wacki-
est Ship in the Army" 8 p.m. Nov.
19, at the synagogue. Following
the movie there will be refresh-
ments and a dance. For informa-
tion call Fred Pillow, 353-5017. All
youth in the community are in-
vited.

ROTC Scholarships

Again this school year the United
States Army is offering four-year
college scholarships to students
participating in the Reserve Offi-
cers Training Corps (ROTC) Pro-
gram. Last year 400 college men
received the Army ROTC four-
year scholarship. The scholarships
this year will continue to be ac-
ceptable at any one of the 247
colleges and universities in the
United States which offer the
Army ROTC program.

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