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August 02, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, August 2, 1968

Neal Stulberg, 14, Hasidic Children
• •
Bnai Brith Youth Install Council Chiefs Wins Competition Get Anti-Poverty
Program Aid
at Interlochen

The Bnai Brith Youth Organization, at its annual ceremonies,
installed Aleph Zadik Aleph and Bnai Brith Girls council officers
as follows (from left): Joyce Keller, counselor; Lynne Watnick, re-
porter; Judie Cohen, secretary; Jann Rosen, second vice president;
Nancy Kadushin, first vice president; and Tobye Bindes, president;
AZA aleph godol (president), Richard Segal, who also was elected
president of the entire District 6 AZA recently; Jordon Cherkinsky,
aleph s'gan; Jack Guttenberg, aleph gizber; Alex Polsky, aleph maz-
kir; Richard Rosenberg. aleph sopher; and Alan Sorkow, aleph kohen
godol. Not pictured is Alan Spoon, aleph moreh.

Youth News

Rabbi Suggests That Young Pacificists
`Appalled' by Israel's 'Use of Power'

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

UJA Young Leaders See
Need to Help Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The 90
young men and women comprising
the United Jewish Appeal Young
NEW YORK (JTA) — Jewish Leadership mission, who have
As a winner of the National Mu-
sic Camp solo competition in. In- children and teenagers from poor spent 19 days in Israel, "fully un-
terlochen, Neal H. Stulberg, 14- families comprise the bulk of par- derstand the importance of the
year-old son of the Samuel Stul- ticipants in two current federally- partnership between the people of
bergs. 19560 Roslyn, will be piano funded summer anti-poverty pro- Israel and the American Jewish
soloist with the World. Youth Sym- grams in New York City sponsored community," James Nobil of Ak-
by Tora Umesora, the National ron said at the closing meeting of
phony Aug. 10.
the group here.
Neal, one of 16 winners out of 99 Society for Hebrew Day Schools.
The leaders will now convey to
There are 370 teenagers in the
who entered the concerto contest,
will play a movement from the Neighborhood Youth Corps sum- their respective communities the
Shostakovich Piano Concerto No. 2. mer program and 180 children in "urgency of continuing emergency
a Head Start program. Both boys fun-d-raising levels to help ease
Only six pianists were winners.
Not satisfied to be "just" a and girls are enrolled in the non- the burden of the Israeli Jews in
pianist, Neal is a violinist in the , sectarian programs. In 1966, when I supporting the programs of the
National Music Camp's World the Youth Corps program under Jewish Agency in education, health,
Youth Symphony orchestra. Tora Umesora was started, there I social welfare, housing and ab-
He is transferring to Cass Tech were 170 teenage participants. In sorption," he said.
High this year after having attend- 1967, a similar program had 418
ed Mumford. At home. he studies Darticinants. This year. there are
Piano with Mischa Kottlr and vi- 370 members in the ten-week pro-
ola with Ara Zerounian. the latter gram. This year's program was
UNLIMITED
a member of the Interloohen sum- funded at nearly $200,000. •
mer faculty. He also plays violin In both programs, Jewish par-
and guitar: He was enrolled in OP ticipants are • the majority with
camp from 1962 through 1966 and Negro and Puerto Rican children
making up the balance. About , half
returned this season.
Actually this will be Neal's sec- of the Jewish teenagers and about
and exnerience in concerto onmne-: three-fourths of the Head Start
tition. While a student in the inter- pupils are from Hasidic homes in
mediate (junior high) division poverty areas mainly in Brooklyn.
1965, he earned the right to be a The national Youth Corps pro-
On Our Own Private
soloist with the Intermediate Sym- grams concentrate on teenagers
18 Hole Championship
phony Orchestra. who are actual or' potential high
school dropouts. However, the teen-
Course (From Aug. 4)
agers in the 1968 Tora Umesora
ELECTRIC GOLF CARTS
program are all enrolled high
DRIVING RANGE
school students.
to
SPECIAL
MIDWEEK
two
basic
-
The program provides

N,1 GOLF PACKAGES
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jews benefits. The young people are
in the Soviet Union will receive placed in jobs at which they learn
4REALSHOWS ALL SUMMER
Rosh Hashana greeting cards andlwhile they earn $45 a week and re-
Jewish calendars this fall as the ceive a variety of counseling help,
Aug. io--NEIL SEDAKA
result of a campaign sponsored by particularly in remedial reading.
the Seaboard Region of the United Facilities for the job training are
Aug. 17—Allen Sherman
Synagogue Youth Organization of located at about 60 sites, including
Tennis, great Fishing and i8oating,
Conservative Jews. 1day camps, Head Start centers,
Indoor Pool & Health Club, Vene-
tian Outdoor Pool, Superb air cond.
Called "Shomer Akhi Anokhi" (I summer schools, school offices and
accommodations (all de luxe rooms
have TN.) Gourmet meals.
Am My Brother's Keeper). the overnight camps. The program
Teen Club featuring "Townsmen Rock
campaign stemmed from a belief thus helps not only the teenagers
& Roll Band." Day Camp (Nite Patrol)
that cards from ordinary individu- but also directly benefits the non-
als and families would express to profit institutions. .
Soviet Jews the American Jewish
0444.
Nearly $200,000,000 in redevelop-
community's friendship and con-
SWAN LAKE 15, N.Y.
cern. All interested Jewish groups ment has been started or com-
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The cards and New Year messages construction has been announced.
will be mailed to Soviet synagogues.
for distribution.
Although the names and ad-
SCHECHTER & HIRSCH'S
dresses of the Soviet Jews were
not at first readily available, 'a
HOTEL
KOSHER
list was finally compiled. Group
representatives contacted the Rus-
sian Embassy in Washington for
ENTIRE OCEANFRONT BLOCK — 37th to 38th St. MIAMI BEACH
names that could be made avail-
CHILDREN UNDER 5, IN PARENTS ROOM
able to them. Embassy officials
ONLY $5 DAILY INCLUDING MEALS.
demurred, however, ,explaining
FREE CHAISE LOUNGES, MATS & PARKING'
that Moscow must release such in-
REFRESHMENTS FOR CHILDREN &
per
$ 7 * daily
CHILDREN'S POOL. COMPLETE PLAY
formation. MoscOw has not yet re-
person
AREA WITH SWINGS, SUMO- POND,
dble. 0cc.
plied to the group's inquiries.
VOLLEYBALL, SHUFFLEBOARD, etc.
to Sept. 2

REE
OLF

can-Israeli exchange, told the vis-
iting Americans that If we in Is-
TEL AVIV — An American rab- rael are suffering from an over-
bi charged Wednesday that "the dose of nationalism, you in Amer-
best young people of the American ica are in danger of losing your
Jewish community" were develop- Jewish consciousness altogether
ing an antipathy toward Israel as because you have failed sufficient-
a result of the Six-Day War. ly to emphasize the peoplehood as-
Rabbi Richard L. Rubenstein. pect of what it is to be Jewish."
chaplain to Jewish students at the
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, pres-
University of Pittsburgh and di- ident of the AJ Congress, opened
rector of the Hillel Foundation the discussion with an admonition
there, participated in the "Ameri- to both Israelis and Americans
can-Israeli Dial:•_-,fue" at the Weiz- about their interdependence.
mann Institute in Rehovot spon- "Without Israel to make us aware
sored by the American Jewish of our responsibilities and deepen
Congress.
our research for the meaning of
He said that these young Jews, our heritage," he said. "we Ameri-
frequently pacifist in their beliefs. can Jews might easily become a
had been appalled by Israel's re- placid element in the stream of
sort to military force. Indifferent Jewish history. Without a vigorous
to the Arab determination to an- Jewish community in the United
nihilate Israel, he said, they have States to support Israel and keep
been shocked by the fact that Is- the stafe alive to its long-range
rael has had to observe the rule objectives Israel might degenerate
of.-maked power.
into a militarized, levantized state
As a result. said Rabbi Ruben- inviting destruction by failing to
Stein, Israel must face the possi- stand for its own future."
bility of an increasing alienation
Of the most sensitive element of
the American Jewish community.

This element was described as the
young men and women of the New
Left, imbued with "messianic lib-
BRUCE FELDSTEIN, son of Dr.
eralism and alien to the realities of
power. It was, he said, a genera- and Mrs. Herbert S. Feldstein of
tion that gives its strength and Jeanette Ave., Southfield. and
passion to every man's cause save JILL COLEMAN, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert M. Coleman of
its own,"
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presented a gift from the group to
the mayor. There are 205 junior
The fact that Grossinger's has an 18-hole championship
high school students among the
Proudly we offer
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7,100 U.S. students participating
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* *

SANFORD LEVINSON, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson of
Birch Ridge Rd., Southfield, has
been awarded a scholarship to-
ward a year's study at the He-
brew University, Jerusalem. A
graduate of Southfield High School
and United Hebrew Schools high
• school, he is a junior at the Univer%
sity of Michigan.
* * *
Three youths from the Detroit
area are among 235 college stu-
dents who will attend the annual
summer institute conducted by
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations at
Camp Bnai Brith, Starlight. Pa.
They are Hedy Coblentz, 17615
Patton, a senior at Wayne State
University; Carol L. Krause, 20000
St. Mary's, a senior at Eastern
Michigan University; and David I.
Krohn, 23180 Laurel Valley, South-
field. a junior at Brandeis Univer-
sity. The institute, which opens
Aug. 27, is an intensive eight-day
program 'of seminars; 'workshops
and student faculty discussions.

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.

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