34—Friday, May 3, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Young Hebrew Scholars at Center
to Spend Two Months in Israel
The Jewish Center's Summer
Youth Ulpan in Israel has gone
Eighteen teen-agers — including
one from New York—have signed
up to date for the two-month study-
and-travel trip to Israel.
The ulpan is concluded at the
Technion in Haifa in cooperation
with the department of education
and culture of the Jewish Agency.
Teen-age students of modern He-
brew from all over the country
have been invited via brochure to
contact the Center here about in-
clusion in the ulpan, which is
formed primarily from graduates
of the first summer ulpan conduct-
ed at the Center in 1967.
The teen-agers were introduced.
to modern conversational Hebrew
at the Center, where they spent
five days a week for seven weeks
learning Hebrew in informal set-
tings and practicing the language
in- social and recreational situa-
tions. Follow-up weekly sessions
since autumn have prepared the
group for the ulpan in Israel.
The Israel Ulpan is essential-
ly a full-time summer school in
Hebrew and related subjects.
'Weekend tours of urban centers
and a week's guided tour of
country and historical sites will
be added, as well as trips to va-
rious settlements, participation
in activities with teen-agers at
the Rothschild Center in Haifa,
an opportunity to stay with Isra-
eli families and attendance at
A Center staff counselor will ac-
company the group full-time and a
Jewish Agency counselor, two full-
time teachers from the Technion
and professional guides will aug-
ment the staff in Israel. Kashrut
and the Sabbath will be strictly
Eligibility will be restricted to
high school students who are able
to speak modern Hebrew.
A year of high school language
credit will be granted to those who
successfully complete the Center
course. For those who took part in
the 1967 Summer Ulpan, this will
earn the second year of language
Another eighteen students
have signed up for the 1968 Sum-
mer Ulpan in Detroit, including
one from the Toledo area.
Students who have completed the
9th, 10th or 11th grades can get
applications for the eight-week
summer introductory course in
modern conversational Hebrew at
the Center's Hebrew Department,
or call DI 1-4200, extension 254,
Those signed up to date for the
Summer Ulpan in Detroit include:
Julie Kimmel, Carolyn Warren, Cheryl
Lester, Miriam Kalichman, Miriam
Schey and Susan Mickel, all of Detroit;
Karen Stahl, Maureen Stahl, Jerome
Solomon, Tova Levi, Howard Sherizen,
Mark Goldenberg and Elaine Colton of
Oak Park; Jerry Bayer, Birmingham;
Elaine and Lauren Iden, Huntington
Woods; Aaron Applebaum, Livonia; and
Debbie Williams, Toledo.
Those signed up to date for the
Summer Ulpan in Israel include:
Joy Salinger, Dave Weinstein, Debora
Merker, Barry Stein, Aviva Carmen,
Rina Carmen and Susan Blitz, Detroit;
Janet Greenhut, Aviva Nobel, Ralph
Katz, Regina Levy, Marcie Brown and
Joyce Horowitz, Oak Park; Ruth Moss,
Toby Burg and Margaret Lehman,
Southfield; Bonnie Bonin, Huntington
Woods; and Jonathan Holt, New York.
Israel Independence Day Celebration
for Students to Feature Song, Dance
Israel Independence Day will be
celebrated at the Jewish Center by
the Israeli Student Organization
8:30 p.m. Saturday with a musical
and dancing program open to the
A Yizkor ceremony will open the
evening in Aaron DeRoy Theatre.
Shaul Ben-Meir, Lee Lane and
Suzann Mazar of the Detroit
Symphony will entertain. The
Israeli Students Choir and the
Israeli Students Folk Dance
Group will perform. Refresh-
ments and dancing will follow.
Tickets are on sale at the Cen-
The student celebration is part
of the week-long observance at
the Center of Israel's 20th anni-
The third annual Youth Zimriya
will be staged 3:30 p.m. Sunday in
the DeRoy Theater. Youth choirs
of the community will sing in He-
brew and conduct a community
An art show featuring original
Israeli art will be open to the
public daily through Sunday. The
work of more than 20 prominent
Israeli artists will be on display
and for sale.
the annual sports award banquet
of the Jewish Center 8 p.m. Sun-
Center champions in all sports
will receive their team and in-
dividual trophies. Three special
awards will be presented for
sportsmanship, swimming and to
the outstanding athlete.
Tickets are on sale in the Cen-
ter's physical education office.
The setting of a great hope is
like the setting of the sun. The
brightness of our life is gone, sha-
dows of the evening fall around us
and the world seems but a dim re-
flection itself—a broader shadow.
We look forward into the coming
lonely night; the soul withdraws
itsel f. Then stars arise, and the
night is wholly.—Longfellow.
The Jewish Vocational Service
has many well paying summer
jobs for college age students.
Rock and Roll Sounds
Available for Parties
Bar Mitzvas, Socials, Etc.
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
JEFF DEMBS 356-8547
Israel's 20th birthday and the
first anniversary of Jerusalem-
rebuilt, will be the special occasion
for a celebration by the students
of Hillel Day School, 10 a.m. today
Directed by Experienced Teachers at
in the school auditorium.
Pinnacles Lodge, near Gaylord
Marking the event will be the
3 Different Weeks — a choke of weeks of
lighting of 20 candles by children
June 9, 16 and 23.
whose birthday is the 5th of Iyar
—the day Israel became an in-
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: 474-6828
dependent state. The sixth grade
students will present readings of
God's promise to Israel from Eze- Sports Award Banquet
Tom Nowatzke, Detroit Lions
Selections from the Israeli De- fullback, will be guest speaker at
SH PPAN POINT, STAMFORD, CONN.
claration of Independence will be
A Home Away From Home
read by Jeremy Segal and Mark
Vieder. A prayer for the wel- Wing-Size' Breakfast
High & College Preparatory School
fare of the state of Israel will be for Bnai Moshe Families,
(Graduates accepted in all leading colleges and universities)
offered by Donna LeVine and Judy
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A birthday cake will be pre- Cong. Bnai Moshe will present a
sented to the school by Percy "king-size" community breakfast
Kaplan, executive director of the for the entire family 11 a.m. Sun-
day in the social hall.
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Jewish National Fund.
Entertainment will include Sid-
ney Nickin with his magic show
Aviva Schiff Wins Bee
and his Kosher Lassie Dog. Prizes
Including the New Double Breasted Tuxedo
Aviva Schiff, a seventh grader will be awarded. For tickets, con-
at Hillel Day School, was the win- tact Sidney Burk, 545-4882, or Bnai
ALSO ;:iATURING A FINE SELECTION OF
Moshe, LI 8-9000.
ner of the school
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spelling bee and
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
"AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN"
lel at the District
gogue Youth will sponsor a car
Bee. Aviv a,
wash and work day 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
daughter of Mr.
Sunday at Bnai Moshe. Those
and Mrs. Bern-
7651 W. McNICHOLS at Santa Barbara
wishing to use members' services
ard Schiff of
for any odd job around the house,
may call the synagogue youth de-
Sherwood A v e.
H u nting ton
Woods, had close
We Make Our Own Glasses
competition in the
runner-up in the
school contest: her brother, Nathan, Sought for Summer
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
a student in the 8th grade.
The Jewish Vocational Service
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
has many good, well - paying sum-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
Nearly nine out of ten nursing mer jobs for college-age students.
home patients are 65 years of age
College students are invited to
or older. Seven out of ten are 70 register for summer vacation jobs
and older and one-half are 77 or at the Jewish Vocational Service
• Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
older, according to the Michigan offices, 163 Madison, any week
Nursing Home Assocaation.
day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students also may register for
summer work at the Jewish Voca-
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
tional Service offices in the Jewish
Center where a counselor will take,
applications 3 to 7 p.m. Mondays
Hours: Daily and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber- 17046 New Jersey, Southfield, a Wednesday.
nard Mindell, 17322 Greenfield, a daughter, Francine Haviva.
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daughter, Debra Gail.
April 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Peter
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs. James Gidion (Peggy Gross), 14260 Na-
Wechsler (Barbara Gordon) of dine, Oak Park, a daughter, Julie
Royal Oak, a daughter, Julie Beth. Faith.
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April 18 — To Dr. and Mrs.
April 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Allan
H.. .Mann (Adrienne Freedland), Marshall M. Dolnick (Marcia Spe-
CHILDREN'S ASTHMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE and HOSPITAL
19700 Roslyn Rd., a son, James vakow of Detroit) of Chicago, a
daughter, Nadine Robyn.
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April 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
April 23 — To Mr and Mrs.
Edward Levin (Bessie Levine), vin W. Chinitz (Karol Kay Snyder),
15417 Northgate, Oak Park, a
daughter, Deborah Ann.
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April 16—to Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert M. Stein (Sharon Dee Gaines),
27156 Marshall, Southfield, twin
daughters, Alicia Joy and Marcia
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Serving Hospitals and Homes
April 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart N. Oshinsky (Susan Dwor-
REV. GOLDMAN L.
ELEGANT FASHIONS SHOWN BY
man), 15140 Northfield, Oak Park,
a daughter, Amy Beth.
JUNIOR HIGH SCIENCE CAMP
THE ROOSEVELT SCHOOL
A COMPLETE LINE OF FORMAL WEAR
ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE
ANNUAL DONOR LUNCHEON
"Help a child breathe"
March 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Buehler (Phyllis Berger)
former Detroiter of Riverdale,
:.N.Y., a - son -Darisin - A •Jason. -
MRS. S. PERLMAN — UN 3-2039
MRS. C. WEINSTOCK — UN 1-2039