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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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Youth News

,.

They Made
the Grade

MARC SILBER, former Mumford
High and University of Michigan
Athlete, is featured on a new Col-
umbia recording just released. A
performing member of the Child-
ren of Paradise, a New York based
group, he composed the lead song,
"What Am I Doing Here?" While
at Mumford, Marc lettered in bas-
ketball, football, track and - swim-
ming and went on to play varsity
basketball at Michigan. For sever-
al years he operated Fretted In-
struments in New York City but
js now devoting full time to writ-
ing and performing. The Children
of Paradise were recently honored
when Eric Leinsdorf, conductor of
the Boston Symphony, selected
them to entertain a large and dis-
tinguished gathering to celebrate
a triple graduation in his family.
Marc's mother, Merry, a pianist,
is administrative secretary of the
Kenneth Jewell Chorale and stage
manager for Piccolo Opera Com-
pany.

Third Group of 'VIPs' Volunteers for -Israel

NEW YORK — A group of 110 teers for Israel program to enable
young men and women left for Is- ! young Americans between the ages
rael Sept. 4 to participate in the of 18 and 30 to spend six months
six-month Volunteers for Israel . on work projects in Israel.
Program (VIP). This is the third
group of volunteers who are pro- Circus Coming to Town
viding a supplementary work force
for Israel following the Six-Day ! Scheduled for a. five-day engage-
I ment at Cobo Arena beginning
War.
Oct. 18, this year's Ringling
With the summer volunteers re- Brothers-Barnum and Bailey Cir-
turning to their countries of origin, cus will bring 25 new acts never
there is a need in Israel for long- before seen here. Highlighted
term replacements ready to work among these will be a high perch-
for sc iN months, or a year. Those pole act performed by the Alexan-
now departing will he assigned, af- ■ drove,
ter arrival in Israel, to agricultural
work on kibutzim, to helping the ! The acts will be interspersed
Israel Defense Forces as civilian between four main "spectaculars"
assistants, in cleaning and catalogu- . which form the core of the show.
ing captured equipment and in ' Tickets will be available starting
preparing the Hadassah. Hospital Oct. 2 at the Cobo Arena ticket
and the Hebrew University on Mt. I office, and at all J. L. Hudson
Scopus for use after more than 19 major stores ticket service centers.
* I
years of being cut off from Israel. There will be a discount for chil-
The American Zionist Youth dren at afternoon performances
MARLI SUE WEISS, daughter
Foundation organized the Volun- Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. of Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Weiss
of Cherrylawn Ave., and KATH-
RYN K. DAVIDSON, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Davidson
of Sherwsbury Rd.. are among the
454 freshmen enrolled in Barnard
sy AHARON ROSEN
College's class of 1971. Both Marli
and Kathryn are Cass Tech gradu-
certainly
wide
ates, were National Merit Scholar-
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trouble
soy (m.s.)
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JERRY KUTNICK, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kutnick of Wood-
ingham Dr., has been appointed
assistant to the head of the He-
brew University history depart-
me'nt.

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reported that five new schools
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were established during the past
summer, bringing the number of
mnix lipri nal ,linkt-
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schools in the New York Metro-
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are elementary schools. and 54 pro-
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Students Serve Internship
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PITTSBURGH (JTA) — More
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25 college students worked
at Montefiore Hospital this sum-
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intern programs.
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cluded Jewish and non-Jewish stu-
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Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew.
Organization or.by writing to; Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 71111.
Jerusalem, Israel.

Published by Brit Twit °lam&

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, September 15, 1967

Students of 3 Branches

United Hebrew Schools students
who previously attenaed the Adas
Shalom and Beth Aaron branches
will meet weekdays at the Esther
Berman Building. On Sundays,
students from all three branches
will report to Adas Shalom and
Beth Aaron Synagogues. In addi-
tion to the expanded school pro-
gram, extensive co-curricular act-
ivities will include Student Council,
newspaper, Israeli Club, Baalei
Kria and dramatics.
Mrs. Abraham Pollack, president
of the Combined Parent-Teachers
Organization, announces that a
number of programs are planned
for the coming year.
Classes for parents will be held
at 10 a.m. Wednesdays at the
Esther Berman Building. Parents
will have an opportunity to fam-
iliarize themselves with the Heb-
rew school program and will parti-

to Meet at Esther Berman

cipate in holiday workshops.
The PTO will meet 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 26 at the Esther Berman
Building to acquaint parents with
the Hebrew school program. Staff
members will meet with parents.

I

Bnai Mitzva

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lutchan-
sky of San Diego, formerly of
Southfield, announce the Bar Mitz-
va of their son Edward Jon at Tif-
ereth Israel Synagogue, San Diego.
Sept. 9.

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JERUSALEM (ZINS)—For the
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that the drop in the total is ap-
proximately 20,000 children. The
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which is around 22.3 per 1000 in-
habitants per year. On the other
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*
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Pre-Juniors to Gather
at Beth Moses Meeting

• There will be an organizational
meeting of the newly formed Beth

Moses United Synagogue Youth
pre-junior group 7 p.m. Sunday

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