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September 01, 1967 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-01

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Youth News

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Midrasha Announces New Staff

Registration fur the intensive de-
partment of the Midrasha, College
of Jewish Studies. will be held 8
p.m. Thursday in the Kasle High
School- M id ras ha Building.
Seniors will register 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Graduates of a recognized
Hebrew high school or students
with an equivalent background
may enroll for courses. Students
may work toward the degree of
associate of Hebrew letters or
bachelor of Hebrew letters, and
students who wish to prepare for
Hebrew teaching may concurrently
take courses leading to the teach-
ing certificate.
Classes will meet 6 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday, and Sun-
days at 9 a.m.
Louis LaMed. chairman of the
Midrasha hoard of directors, an-
nounces that a number of new
teachers have been engaged for
the academic year. They include
Simcha Berkowitz. Rabbi David
Kadosh. Dr. Samuel Stollman, Dr.
Benjamin Yapko. Movsas Goldoftas
and J. Meyer Mathis.
Berkowitz received his MHZ,
from the Jewish Theological
Seminary and his MA in Jew-
ish history from Columbia Uni-
versity. In 1963, he received a
fellowship for one year's study
at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. For the past three
years, Berkowitz was a full-time
member of the English depart.
ment at the Hebrew University.
At the Midrasha Berkowitz. will
be teaching social science, Jew-
ish thought, biblical literature
and Jewish history. lie will also
lead a seminar for teachers in
contemporary Jewish life.
Dr. Stollman received his PhD
in English from Wayne State Uni-
versity. Since 1949. he has been
the rabbi of Cong. Shaar Hasho-
mayim in Windsor and for the
past four years has been adjunct
instructor in English literature at
Wayne State University. Dr. Stoll-
man will teach contemporary Jew-
ish literature at the Midrasha.
Dr. Yapko, former director of
the Milwaukee Board of Jewish
Education, will offer an education
course on the teaching of social
studies. Dr. Yapko has joined the
staff of the United Hebrew Schools
as associate superintendent.
Rabbi Kadosh. a graduate of
Yeshiva University. has been
teaching in New York Hebrew
schools for a number of years.
Rabbi Kadosh will offer biblical
literature and medieval Hebrew
poetry.
Goldoftas and Mathis, both De-
troit educators, are also on the
staff. Goldoftas. who recently re-
turned from a year in Israel, will
teach courses in Hebrew grammar
and composition. Mathis will con-
duct a course in audio-visual edu-
cation.
The Midrasha schedule of courses
is available uprin request. For in-
formation call the school. DI 1-
3407 or UN 4-1115.
UIIS High School classes begin
Sept. 11. The UFIS accepts grad-
uates of a recognized elementary
Hebrew school, and for students
who do not have the linguistic
skills. the department of Judaic
studies offers subjects in English,'
with emphasis on the understand-'
ing of the Hebraic sources. The
high school will introduce audio-
visual conversational Hebrew for
first-year students.'
Superintendent Albert Elazar
announces new teachers will join
the high school faculty this year:

26—Friday, September 1, 1967

Kadosh and Melvin Sachs, a grad-
uate of the Yeshiva University and
formerly teacher in New York He-
brew schools; Aviezri 'Oval, a grad-
uate of the Hebrew University who
is coming here as an exchange
teacher from Israel; and Mrs.
Shula Fleischer and Mathis, mem-
bers of the regular UHS staff who
will teach audio-visual conversa-
Donal Hebrew.
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Alas Shalom Opens
Farmington Branch
Other Schools to Start

Religious Zionist Youth Set Up First Yeshiva in Old City of Jerusalem

JERUSALEM—A pioneer group
of yeshiva students sponsored by
the Bnei Akiva, the Religious
Zionist youth movement, establish.
ed a new yeshiva (talmudic high
school) in the old city of Jerusa-
lem, in a building close to the
Western Wall.
Bnei Akiva• which has a network

of 14 yeshivot in Israel, lost many
alumni in the struggle for the
Holy City.

Th ey Made

the Grade

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Farmer Jack USY Dance

Adas Shalom United Synagogue
Youth will open its season of acti-
vities with a Farmer Jack Dance
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the syna-
gogue. .
The nominal admission fee will
go toward dues. There will be re-
freshments.

Meanwhile 43 boys and girls from
all parts of North America left
John F. Kennedy Airport Tuesday
for a year of work, study and
travel in Israel as members of the
Bnei Akiva Scholarship Institute.
For the first time, because of in-
creased enrollment, the institute
will be divided into two groups—

Brother-sister team RONALD
and JAN BERRIS, children of Dr.
and Mrs. Henry Berris of Mary-
grove Ave., are making the news
in recent days. Ron, 18, placed
third in the citywide 1967 Teen-
Age Safe Driving Road-e-o spon-
sored by the Junior Chamber of
Commerce, in which 5,000 teen-
agers took part. Ron, who won a
525 savings bond, will be starting
classes at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity this month. Jan, who re-
cently received her masters degree •
in Far Eastern studies at the Uni- *
versity of Michigan, was featured *
in a concert of Indonesian and
Japanese music at the Orientalist *
Congress at U. of M. She's research *
assistant for the professor in
*
Chinese political science at the
university.
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• • •

Adas Shalom Religious School
announces the opening of a Farm-
ington area branch beginning Sept.
10.
The school will operate in co-
operation with the United Hebrew
Schools at Fairview School, ac-
cording to Emil Wolok. -chairman
of the synagogue education com-
mission.
Classes for kindergarten, first
and second grade students will
meet on Sundays only, while the
"Aleph" Hebrew class will meet
Sundays. Mondays and Wednes-
days.
BARBARA (BOBBY) GOLDIN
The other schools under Adas
Shalom auspices are located at the is leaving for a year's stay in
synagogue and at Birney school, Israel on Monday. She will be at-
tending the Habonim workshop on
the Smithfield branch.
For information, call Adas Sha- Kibutz Urim as the only Detroiter
lom. UN 4-7474, or the United representing the movement this
year. Barbara, a 1966 -graduate of
Hebrew Schools, DI 1-3407.

both Henry Ford High School and
Beth Aaron Religious School Hebrew High School, is attending
classes will begin Sept. 10 with Wayne State University and Mid-
registration at the main branch 9 rasha. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack H. Goldin of Beaver-
a.m. until noon this Sunday.
Due to increased pre-registra- land Ave.
tion, classes, facilities and staff
have been expanded. This year 2 German
Cities Bar NPD
Beth Aaron will offer a complete
religious - educational curriculum From Municipal Halls
from kindergarten through 10th
BONN (JTA) — Two West Ger-
grade.
man cities are refusing to rent
Kindergarten through eighth their municipal halls for meetings
grades will meet at Stevenson of the extremist National Democra-
School in Southfield, while the 9th tic Party (NPD).
grade and 10th grade confirmation
At Ulm, where the NPD had
class will continue to meet at the already rented the town hall for
Wyoming branch.
its congress, scheduled for Novem-
For information. call Beth Aaron, ber, the mayor announced he will
UN 1-5222.
do all in his power to prevent the

parley from taking place in the
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yid- city. At Wolfsburg, the City Coun-
dish Shule will open Thursday for cil passed a resolution forbidding
the second through fifth grade the lease of its city hall for an
classes and Sept. 10 for Mehina NPD rally.
(Sunday group) • pre-first and first
grade classes. The first day of
as indoor facilities. United Hebrew
nursery school is Wednesday.
Schools transportation is available.
The school offers a program for For information and application,
youngsters of age 5-6 in a Sunday call Sholem Aleichem, 342.7440.
class and boys and girls 6 years
* *
and up in grade school.
Beth Isaac Religious School in
Included in the curriculum are
Trenton will start classes Sept. 17.
courses in Hebrew and Yiddish.
The Sunday morning program for
Bible. Jewish history, traditions.
children age 5-13 will include the
holidays and songs. A few open-
study of Jewish history, customs
ings remain in the nursery for
and ceremonies. Hebrew classes
youngsters age 3-5.
are being organized for youngsters
Transportation is provided by
age 8 and over.
United Hebrew School bus.
For registration, call Daniel
For information, call the school.
Kaufman in Grosse Ile, 676-8355,
UN 4-6319 or UN 4-6320.
or Martin Schwartzberg, Trenton,
676-7870.
Sholem Aleichem Nursery. a
s • •
state-licensed school, offers a 2 1-i-
Temple Beth Jacob is holding
hour afternoon program for three
registration for religious school
or five days a week. Children age
classes, which open Sept. 17 under
3-5 are introduced to Jewish learn-
the direction of Rabbi Philip
ing, and there are outdoor as well
Berkowitz.
In addition to regular religious
school and Hebrew classes there
Levine Is Tennis Champ
will
be an optional midweek pro-
Detroiter Mark Levine defeated
Tim Marks of Oak Park, 6-4, 6-2, gram of conversational Hebrew
to win the boys' 18-year-under based on the "Hebrew Through
championship in the Detroit Open Pictures series.
For information, call the temple
tennis tournament at Northwestern
office, FE 2-3212, or the religious
Field.
school director, Dr. M. Kenneth
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Dickstein, 851-0837.

one at Kvutzat Yavne and the other
at Kvutzat Sa'ad, both religious
kibutzim.
Members will work on the kibutz
for a half day and study a half
day for five months of the pro-
gram.

The ministry of religions has
allocated a building in the Old
City, and 30 students are already
taking courses.
The establishment of new insti-
tutions such as this will be re-
ported on at a national leadership
conference of the Religious Zionists
of America Sept. 10 at the Hotel
New Yorker, New York City.

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