THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, September 22, 1967
Hashomer Hatzair Plans
Oneg Shabat; 2 Leaders
Return From Israel
Hashomer Hatzair Zionist Move-
ment will hold its oneg Shabat 7:30
p.m. today at the new location,
14021 W. Eight Mile. Games, skits,
Israeli folk dances and songs by
the. Shomria Choir will be featured.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests age 1018 are invited.
Tv:o of the youth leaders, Melvyn
Krugel and Julie Klein, have just
returned from Israel, where they
were volunteers for three months.
In addition, A. Mordechai Jacobs
has returned from a year of studies
at the Institute for Youth Leaders
MICHAEL KASKY, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Kasky of Wood-
ingham Dr.. was awarded a fellow-
ship in the department of his-
tory at the University of Massachu-
setts, Amhurst. Kasky is a graduate
of Wayne State University.
School in Brooklyn
Moves to New Quarters
BROOKLYN. N.Y. (JTA)—One
of the nation's largest Jewish high
school complexes in the United
States was established in Brooklyn
this week when the Yeshiva Uni-
versity High School for Boys mov-
ed its 391 students into a renovat-
ed building on a block-long site.
The building was purchased by
the university in 1964 as part of a
S1:200,000 program to deal with a
shortage of classroom, laboratory
and recreational facilities at its
two Brooklyn high schools.
Sabbath Leaders Named
Young Israel of Greenfield has
appointed Tzvi Silverstein to direct
the junior minyan which meets
9:30 a.m. Saturdays at the syna-
Aviva Noble will lead a group of
children age 4-7 at 2:30 p.m. Satur-
days in the building. Refreshments
will be served.
All children who cannot read the
prayers will be led by Tova Levi
9:30 a.m. Saturdays at Young Is-
The liar's punishment is not in
the least that he is not believed,
but that he cannot believe anyone
else. —George .Bernard Shaw.
Youth Symphony Season Starts at Shaarey Zedek
The Shaarey Zedek Youth Sym-' rehearsal 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the
phony, directed by Jerome Stasson,1 youth lounge of Cong. Shaarey
will begin its eighth season at Zedek.
One of the few synagogue youth
orchestras in the United States, the
Jewish Students Warn
Shaarey Zedek group appeared in
of Czech Anti-Semitism a television special in 1964 and
appeared as featured artists on the
PARIS (JTA) — Fear of a re- Israeli Independence Day celebra-
turn of anti-Semitism to Czecho- tion in 1966. In addition, the or-
slovakia was voiced by the World chestra has performed for many
Union of Jewish Students. In a festivals and holiday programs.
1 During the Israel war, Jews
By HILARY MARROW
letter to the Czech ambassador in
(Editor's Note: Hilary, The Jew- i
Festival music, Israeli music,
Paris. the group expressed concern
ish News' correspondent from Oak I help in some way, and Tilburg
over developments in Czechoslo- special arrangements of Jewish
Path High School. is the daughter I was no different. "Everything
music, chamber music and the
vakia. As evidence of an anti-
of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Markow of , was for Israel," Marion remem-
Jewish trend, the students cited standard symphonic literature
Rosemary Ave.. Oak Park. The! bered. "In the factories, they the recent manifesto for intellec- performed during the season. Or-
Eagle American's editorial assis, would give three hours of their
salaries to Israel. We had ex. tual freedom signed by 300 Czech well as sightreading and accom-
tant, Hilary works on the year-
writers and artists which appeared
book, is president of the Coln- , hibitions to raise money. The
in the London 'Times, and the ac- paniment skills.
munieations Club, a member of CIA (Collective Israel Action)
Auditions will be held during the
tions of the Czech government in
gave very much money. We sent
both the Student Advisory Com•
rehearsals of Sunday and Oct. 1.
volunteers to Isreal. It was just . stripping a noted Czech writer of For information, call Stasson, LI
mittee and the Future Teachers
his citizenship for expressing pro-
Club and has her eye on a career I fantastic. The whole of the '
Netherlands was just for Israel."
in journalism. She is recording
The un i on, representing
secretary of Rapaport Bnai Brith i
Teen-agers, according to Marion's
in Europe, Africa and
Girls and attends Bnai Moshe observation, are different here.' gat, zation s
attp is away&
I "I've noticed," she said, "that all , North America, asked the Czech
government "to allow free expres-
"Everything is much bigger in girls are together with all boys.
sion of opinions and to halt the
America than in my home town." In Holland, when you like a boy
' said Marion Rose Mayer, 17, Oak you just go out with him, and you rise of
strong since the development of
' Park High School's foreign ex- don't look at other boys. Here, if •
the recent Middle East crisis." -
change student from Holland. She you go with one boy you also act
' -- _
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.] friendly to other boys. "
In her free time, Marion likes
Max Mayer of Tilburg and has an
older brother. Ludo. During her to participate in sports and read '
stay in Oak Park, Marion is living Pearl Buck novels. She also plays
with Mr. and Mrs. George Taxe, , the piano in the classical vein.
their daughter Ilene. and her sis- 1 Marion's ambition is to be an in-
ter and three brothers. Ilene is a' terpreter, perh ps at the United
Nations. Shs w I attend the Uni- 1
junior at Oak Park High.
Is upon her re-
I asked Marion about Jewish life ' versity of Br
in Tilburg as compared to Oak turn home.
While she is her Marion plans
Park. She said there was a vast
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There we join Jewish clubs. In Marion has joined Chavairos BBG:
Amsterdam. the center of Jewish Marion is looking forward to
life, they have both Orthodox and school life in America for many
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burg we only have one synagogue, teachers are as nice as everyone
1 which is Orthodox." ! says they are," she said. "I am
Marion spoke of the Sabbath enjoying all aspects of American'
customs and problems: "Friday! Jewish life. espeially the bagels.;
evening we stay at home with our They don't have bagels in Tilburg.''
families, and the meal is just a But when I meet Americans I ;
bit more than usual. Saturday is want them to know that Holland
mostly the same, with the bigger is no longer the country of the'
Shabbos meal. We couldn't hold windmills and wooden shoes, it is !
50 Minutes From N.Y.C.
the Sabbath because in Holland we: really very modern."
CO-ED BOARDING SCHOOL
had to go to school on Saturday]
Grades 9 thru 12
morning, and I couldn't miss my 1 The oldest army in the world
Graduates in Leading Universities
classes. We are still trying, in is the 83-strong Swiss Guard in the
American Jewish Cultural Home Life
spite of the fact that there are so, Vatican City, with a regular foun-
Daniel Trotsky, Director
few Aws in Tilburg, to get a min-' dation dating back to Jan. 21, 1506. i
Area Code 203-325-2231
yam 4o all the men go to shut." ' Its origins, however, extend back
Leading Families of Detroit Select The Roosevelt School
The boys of Tilburg are Bar Mitzva before 1400.
at 13. but Marion's father observ-
ed that on that occasion it seems
that "parties are more important
than the Bar Mitzva itself."
Exchange Student Finds Oak Park Life
Far Cry From Tilburg Netherlands
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