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Micha Malben School in Israel Teaches Arab Deaf

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, July 12, 1968

Enrollees Accepted for Second Center 'Term'

The group services division an-
nounces registration is being held
for session two (July 30-Aug. 23)
of the Jewish Center's activities
for first graders through junior
high school. Home transportation
is available on new buses.
Among the programs in ses-
sion two is Camp of the Arts,
a daily program from 9:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m. for junior high students
to learn and develop creative
skills. Each participant chooses
subjects from areas of perform-
jug arts (dramatics, dance and
music) and the visual arts (sculp-
ture, jewelry metalcraft, draw-
ing and painting and ceramics).

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Wise Counsels

An Arab child in Israel is shown being taught to "hear" and speak in front of a mirror at a
Micha school for the deaf as her parents watch. Micha is one of the voluntary agencies in Israel aided,
both with professional and financial help, by Malben, the Joint Distribution Committee welfare pro-
gram which aids aged, ill and handicapped newcomers in Israel with United Jewish Appeal funds.
Micha, which was set up in Israel in 1961, not only includes pre-school Arab youngsters, but also trains
Arab teachers to work in this highly specialized field. In addition, a newly opened school for speech
therapists in Tel Aviv, also aided by JDC-Malben, is helping to relieve the critical shortage of profes-
sionally trained personnel in this field. There are Micha branches in TelAviv and Beersheba, and ef-
forts are being made by Micha and JDC-Malben to open additional schools in Natanya and Nazareth.

Belkin Seeks Third Tennis Championship

Free Press meet, which brings top-
flight players to the area for their
only appearance of the year.
Belkin stunned tennis enthusiasts
as a rising young star by beating
Chuck McKinley for the champion-
ship in 1965. He repeated last sum-
mer, though by then he had gained
a reputation which placed him
among the world's ranking ama-
teurs.
To further interest among young-
sters, the tournament players will
conduct a free clinic from noon
to 1:30 p.m. today at the club.
The first 300 youngsters at
the gate will receive free tennis
racquets.
Mail requests for tickets will be
serviced through the Detroit Ten-
Miller
and
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Milton
J.
Sheila Fiekowsky, 16-year-old
nis and Squash Club.
violinist, assistant concert mistress Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bean.
of the Center Symphony Orchestra,
Beth Rhodes, 17-year-old pianist,
won the 1968 violin competition was runner-up and will be present- Open House, Dedication
sponsored by the Friends of the ed at the family concert. She will at Camp Can Israel
Center Symphony Orchestra.
receive a $100 cash award.
There will be an open house
Kenneth Bichel, 22-year-old
Sheila is a student of Emily at Camp Gan Israel in Linden,
pianist, won the piano competition. Mutter Austin and during the past July 21. Highlighting the program
They will be presented as solo- three summers took lessons from will be the dedication of the Abe
ists with the Center Symphony Ivan Galamian and Joseph Ging- Kasle Library, the dedication of
Orchestra under the direction of old. She has won several local a cabin in the name of Louis Kasle,
Julius Chajes, Nov. 12, and each competitions and studies under a one of the leaders of the Flint
of them will receive a $200 cash scholarship from the Music Study Jewish community, and the dedi-
Club and the Music Settlement cation of an arts and crafts room
award.
The prizes have been donated by School. Sheila will be heard in in memory of the late Jacob Field.
Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole.
The arts and crafts room will be
Bichel started to study dedicated by Mrs. Jacob Field, and
Local Youth _Headed
piano with his mother at the age the children, Elliot, Irving and
of 5. Two years ago he was win- Mrs. Jules Radin, and by the late
For Israel From BBYO
Robert Shapiro, 27075 Devon- ner of the coveted Grinnel Piano Jacob Field's brother, Walter.
Other features of the open house
shire; Southfield, has been selected Competition, At present he studies
as a .participant in the Israel Kal- in New York City at the Juilliad include a tour of the camp grounds,
la of the Bnai Brith Youth Or- School of Music. He will be heard a lunch, and an entertainment pro-
ganization. The program, directed in Liszt's E Flat Major Piano Con- gram presented by the campers.
Co-chairmen Leonard E. Baron
by Dr. Daniel Thursz, dean of so- certo.
Runner-up Beth Rhodes is a stu- and. Robert Ruch
cial work at the University in
announce a schol-
Maryland, is designed to help- pre- dent of Julius Chajes.
arship campaign
pare young peo-
from the camp is
ple for leadership Herzliah Institute
under way to pro-
in Jewish life.
vide scholarships
The nine - week Awards Doctorates
program in Israel
NEW YORK — Dean Gershon for needy chil-
includes classes Winer awarded 19 teacher diplo- dren.
For informa-
a n d discussions, mas and four doctorates at the
Baron
visits to famous Herzliah Hebrew Teachers Insti- tion and/or trans-
biblical sites and tute-Jewish Teachers Seminary portation reservations, call the
volunteer work commencement exercises June 26. camp office, 398-2611.
on a kibutz. Dur- This marks the first time in the
ing their stay in 50-year history of the college that BBC to Wadi Cars
Bob
Israel, the parti- doctoral degrees were conferred.
Dora Savage Bnai Brith Girls
cipants will meet with members of
Jacob Katzman, president of the will hold a ear -wash 10 a.m.-4
BBYO's Israeli counterpart, Noar combined school, and Abraham pJn. Sunday at the Shell Station
LeNoar ("Youth to Youth' s ).
Goodman, chairman of the board on Nine Mile and Greenfield- Rds.
Bob is a past president ; of of trustees, announced. the honors in the national affairs department
Albert Einstein AZA, past vice and awards.
Psychaonalyzed Kangaroo
president of the Greater Detroit
The commencement exercises
Council AZA and was presented this year were the first since the
From Jerome Beatty's Trade
the Bronze Shield of David Award two institutions joined forces in Winds column in Saturday Review:
Have I told you . about the
for his "outstanding contribution" 1967, bringing together the only
to Aleph Zadek Order of the. Yiddish teacher-training college kangaroo who visited a psychia-
BBYO. fie is a graduate of South- with a foremost Hebrew teacher trist? "Something's wrong with
field High School and will attend training institute into one school of me,Poc; het. complairied, I'm not
feeling
dumpy."
Oaklabd University. -.' ' firgtrer Jewish learning.

Mike Belkin, Canada's No. 1
player and leader of his Davis Cup
team, will return here next month
to defend his championship in the
Detroit Free Press' fourth annual
Detroit Invitational tennis tourna-
ment.

A 12-man field will compete for
the title July 11-14 on the clay
courts of the Detroit Tennis and
Squash Club, co-sponsors of the
event.
Belkin will be seeking his third
championship in four tries in the

oath News

Three Youths Win Cash Awards in
Center Symphony Orchestra Concert

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(From the Proverbs)
Withhold not help from the needy,
When it is in your power to render
it.
Say not to your neighbor, 'Go,
and come again;
Tomorrow I will give," when you
have it beside you.
Plot no mischief against your
neighbor,
When he lives in confidence beside
you.
Do not, idly quarrel with a man,
If he have done you no harm.
My son, walk not, in the way with
them,
Keep your foot clear of their path;
For their feet run to evil,
They hasten to shed blood .. .

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