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March 29, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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34—Friday, March 29, 1968

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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America-Israel High School Program
to Start 2nd Year This September

()nth News

Bible Contest Set for Sunday

Students from Jewish education-
al institutions throughout Detroit
will gather at the Esther Berman
Branch of the United Hebrew
Schools to participate in the dis-
trict finals of the ninth annual
National Bible Contest 9:30 a.m.
Sunday.
District chairman of this area,
UHS Superintendent Albert Ela-
zar, announced that the following
educational institutions will be
represented in this year's competi-
tion:
Advanced Hebrew Division: Aki-

va Hebrew Day School and Hillel
Day School; intermediate Hebrew
division; United Hebrew High
School; comprehensive English di-
vision: Bnai Moshe Religious
School, Jewish Center, Jewish
Parents Institute, Temple Beth El
Religious School and Temple Israel
Religious School.

Wendy Rae Polasky of Saginaw (third from left) is among the
American youngsters who have been taking their sophomore year
in high school in Israel under the new America-Israel Secondary
School Program. As the program nears the end for Wendy, she
stands here with her friends and with Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency-American Section, at Alonei Yitzhak
School, near Caesarea. Wendy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Polasky, who are very active in Jewish communal affairs,
including the United Jewish Appeal, in Saginaw.

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books with sixth grade student
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The Harvard Row Merchants'
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dren's play, "Harlequin and the
Lion," 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Harvard
Row Shopping Center. The play,
a Henry K. Martin production, has
toured the state.
Staged by Tom Aston, the pro-
duction is done in "commedia dell
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that has gay colors, wild chases
and grand actions.
Tickets, available at any Har-
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`Robinson Crusoe' Set .
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Akiva's New Librarian

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NEW YORK — The second year
of the program for a year's study
in Israel for sophomore American
high school students is being of-
fered by the America - Israel
Secondary School Program, it was
announced by Dr. Mordecai S.
Chertoff, director.
One of the leading Israeli
secondary schools, Alonei Yitzhak
in the Shomron Valley about five
miles from Caesarea, will again
offer a full American second. year
high school program augmented by
special courses in the Hebrew
language and Israeli studies. The
curriculum offered has been ap-
proved by an advisory committee
of noted American educators and
is supervised by the Israel Ministry
of Education.
The second academic year,
which will begin in September,
will be preceded by a six-week
course in Hebrew, beginning in
July, at an Ulpan in Israel. The
general courses will be taught in

United Hebrew Schools
Festival to Celebrate
Jewish Music Month

The United Hebrew Schools of
Detroit will observe Jewish Music
Month by celebrating a music and
dance festival for the students and
their families 3 p.m. Sunday at
Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue.
A program of
Jewish songs and
dances will be of-
fered. The choirs
and dance groups'
of a 11 branches
w i 11 participate,
soloists will per-
from, and selec-
tions of the Ta-:
nakh will be Lisa
chanted by students of the schools.
Lisa Morrison will appear as
soloist.
The song, "Yerushalayim Shel
Zahav" (Jerusalem of Gold), made
famous during the Six-Day War,
will be sung.
Admission is free and the public
is invited.

POST' OFFICE SEEKS BIDS
The Post Office Department is
seeking competitive bids to build
and lease the Grand River Station
of the Detroit. Post Office, Post-
master General Lawrence F.
O'Brien announced.
Bidding documents may be ob-
tained from Paul C. Bridgman,
Real Estate Officer, Room 914,
Main Post Office Building, 1401
W. Fort Street, P. 0. Box 656,
Detroit.

,REALTY CO.

English with the Julaica courses
taught in Hebrew as much as
possible.
Full information on the program.
including a detailed description of
the curriculum, is available on re-
quest to the America-Israel Sec-
ondary School Program, 515 Park
Ave., N.Y., 10022.

"Robinson Crusoe," the final
production in this season's Omni-
bus series of children's threatrical
performances, will be presented 2
p.m. April 7 at the Jewish Center.
The Rockefeller Players of New
York City, a repertory company
of touring classics for children, will
stage the drama.
Directed by Lucille Rockefeller,
the players are professionals with
the skills of adult theater. Nominal
admission.

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