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December 20, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-20

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UAHC to Publish
New Israel Social
Study for Youth

Dual Celebration for Hillel Pupils

Friday, Decanter 20, 1968-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Habonim Seminar Begins With Torchlight Parade

Habonim Labor Zionist Youth Hanuka will start at the Labor
will hold its Midwest seminar Sun- Zionist building 8:30 p.a. Sunday
day through Thursday at the La-
and move to the Jewish Center
A lavishly illustrated new social bor Zionist Institute and the Esther for a program. AR youth are in-
studies text on the state of Israel, Berman Hebrew School building.
A torchlight parade celebrating vited at no charge.
prepared for children, will be
published Dec. 30 by the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Entitled "B e h o l d the Land"
("Ayin Letzion"), it was written
by Helen Fine, a Boston teacher
and children's author, and is in-
tended for use in Jewish and
Suburban
secular primary schools across the
country, as well as for home and
SUNDAY ! MONDAY !
libraries.
Through word and picture, the
text encompasses the whole pano-
TUESDAY ! AND
rama of Israeli life—it cities, its
diverse peoples, its new immi-
CHRISTMAS DAY ! (Wednesday)
grants, even its zoos and, especial-
ly, its history.
Utilizing a storytelling technique
and a simple conversational style,
the book attempts to convey to
children the spirit of a reborn land.
Each chapter on modern Israel
combines narration, description
and dialogue to weave a tale about
a real Israeli boy or girl, using
their adventures as a vehicle for
a wealth of factual information
about the myriad aspects of the
new life there.

Juliet

At ceremonies Sunday, students of lintel Day School light the
Hanuka candles marking the beginning of both the festival and con-
struction of the new Hillel school building on an 11-acre site at 14
Mile and Middlebelt Rds., Farmington. It will be ready for occu-
pancy next September.

Akiva Student Council
Elects Mike Feigelman

Akiva Hebrew Day School, in
recent elections for student coun-
cil, chose as president Michael
Feigelman; treasurer, Gary Ja-
cobs; and secretary, David Tenen-
baum.
Elected student council repre-
sentatives are: Michael Eisenberg,
Sophie Feldstein, Jeffrey Golden-
berg, Debbie Lax, Mark Lieber-
man, Terry Leiderrnan, Naftali
Pick, Norman Ribiat, Alan Rosen-
berg, Ronnie Schwarzberg, Rochel
Tatelbaum and Dinah Weiss.

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College Groups Schedule
Draw Detroiters
Aliya Seminar in Chicago to When
United Synagogue Youth

An aliya seminar for students
interested in settling in Israel will
be held in Chicago, Dec. 27.
Four groups of American col-
lege students and graduates who
plan to settle in Israel between
1969 and 1972 are hosting the
seminar.
Marty Rabinowitz, seminar co-
ordinator, said the settlement
groups plan to "create or join co-
operative societies, urban and
rural, based on economic equality,
participatory democracy and a
desire to help solve the many
human problems of the young
state."
For information on the groups
and seminar, call Bruce Kutnick,
DI 1-9831.

holds its 18th annual convention
at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in
Chicago, Dec. 26-28, representing
Adas Shalom, will be Steve Cohen,
Laurie Platt, Marty Waldman and
Liz Weinstein.
Barry S. Bank, director of
youth education, will accompany
the group and will serve on the
teaching faculty for the conven-
tion.
The theme will deal with the re-
sponse of Judaism to current so-
cial crises. The convention also
will mark the beginning of the
18th anniversary year of the or-
ganization.
Some 1,200 teen-age delegates
will attend, including delegations
from newly organized chapters in
Mexico and Puerto Rico. The new
WSU's Top Award
Israel region also will be repre-
sented.
Goes to Barry Becker
Keynote speaker will be Rabbi
Bary Becker, who had hopes of Ralph Simon, president of the
becoming a member of the Wayne Rabbinical Assembly of America.
State University board of gover-
nors but couldn't muster enough
Orthodox Youth Group
backing for his candidacy last sum-
mer, was honored by the university Gains in Observances
NEW YORK (JTA) — An Ortho-
Tuesday.
President William R. Keast be- dox Jewish youth organization has
stowed on Becker the coveted reported that it has made substan-
David D. Henry Leadership and tial progress in inducing non-
Scholarship Award at commence- observant Jewish youth enrollees
ment exercises. Becker, a graduate to accept and practice Jewish
in the college of liberal arts, thus religious commandments. The re-
is considered the outstanding male port was based on a survey by the
graduate in the 2,213-member grad- National Conference of Synagogue
Youth of practices by the 600
uating class.
Becker, 22, has been assistant members in the 14 NCSY chapters
director of Wayne's Commuters in the organization's upper New
Center Project, a study of the prob- York state region. The survey of
lems of the 98 per cent of WSU the NCSY, the youth division of
students who live off campus. He the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
has been treasurer of the student gregations of America, was com-
government, chairman of its aca- pleted last September. The data
demic affairs committee and its were released at the recent 70th
student activities committee, treas- anniversary biennial convention of
urer of the WSU Young Democrats the parent organization.
and committee chairman of its
`Cold Sweat' to Break Out
statewide convention.
He sought the governing board With the Music in Livonia
nomination, he •said, so that stu-
Prusy Chapter of Livonia Jewish
dents might have "something to Congregation will hold a Hanuka
say about decision-making in the dance, preceded by a 1 p.m. lunch,
university."
Monday at the synagogue. Boys
and girls age 11 and 12 are invited.
Center Looks to Summer "The Cold Sweat" will provide the
music, and the candle lighting cere-
With Programs for Kids
Summer programs are being pre- mony will close the afternoon.
pared for children and youth by Nominal admission charge.
the group services division of the
Jewish Center. These programs in- Bar Mitzva Class at Camp
clude Playland, Day Camp, Fun-
ATLANTA — For the first time,
time, Summerland, Safari 'HO and Camp Judaea will offer a special
Camp of the Arts.
daily Bar Mitzva class for summer
Bus transportation will be ex- campers. For information, write
panded this summer to Detroit and Sam Fisher, Suite 604-50, White-
suburban areas where significant hall St. SW, Atlanta, GA. 30303.
numbers of children are registered.
For brochures describing these
Every age, like every human
-activities,- call- the group services body,. Jses.lits nwu _ distemper. —
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
division, DI 1-4200, Ext. 261.

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