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January 09, 1970 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 9, 1970-33

Chajes to Lead Center Orchestra

Concert Will Feat tire Young Talent

Youth News

Jewish Youth Coun cil Maps Activities

Members of a special Jewish nity's Allied Jewish Campaign with
Youth Council committee are plan- the assistance of the Jewish Wel-
ning participation in the cm-limn- fare Federation's Junior Division.
Steve Cohen, acting chairman of
the Youth Council, is a member of
Beth Shalom United Synagogue
Youth. Chairman of the committee,
Howard Lax, is a member of Bnai

Center Summer
ReaBilly Big

Dates for the 1970 summer pro-
grams at the Jewish Center have
been released by the Group Serv-
ices Department: the first session
from June 22 through July 17, and
the second July 20-Aug. 13.
Programs include Playland at
both the main and 10 Mile Rd.
buildings, an introduction to day
camping for pre-schoolers; Fun-
time, expanded to three days a
week for first, second and third
graders; Day Camp at the 10
Mile branch; and the Pioneer
Program for older boys and girls
at an outpost area, to include
weekly horseback riding.
Safari '70, a daily travel program
for seventh through ninth graders,
may be doubled in size this year;
and Camp of the Arts, a program
with emphasis on the visual and
performing arts, will be expanded
to include young people from
seventh through 11th grades. Also
offered will be Sports Skills Camp;
a daily program for boys in grades
five, six and seven, and a new
two-day-a-week Teen Travel Pro
gram, culminating in an expanded
camping trip.
Transportation will be provided.
All information, including regis-
tration, will be included in the
1970 brochure to be mailed at the
end of January to all Center mem-
bers. Non-members may obtain.
one by contacting Group Services,
DI 1-4200.

David youth group.

The next general meeting of
the Jewish Youth Council will
take place 7:30 p.m. Monday at
the Jewish Center. Any Jewish
youth group in the community is
entitled to send a representative
and an alternate to help plan
programs and celebrations for
youth in the community.
Two other Youth Council projects
to get under way soon are an Is-
rael Independence Day celebration
and a Project Outcry, 1970. Youth
in the community interested in
helping plan these projects are in-
vited to call Steve, LI 8-5914, or
Joel Verbin, Youth Council co-
ordinator, DI 1-4200.
It is not necessary to be a groud
representative to serve on a Youth
Council committee.

Family Night Out
in Center Plans

The Center Symphony Orchestra, Grosse Pointe resident. she pres-
under the direction of Julius ently serves on the hoard of vari-
Chajes, will present a family con - ous music organiaztions and is a
cert 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Aaron member of Mu Phi Epislon, inter-

DeRoy Theater of the Center.
Ruth Burczyk, pianist, will play
Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue. -
Since her professional debut at 16
with the Wisconsin Symphony Or-
chestra, Miss Burczyk has devoted
herself to teaching while maintain-
ing a busy concert schedule. A

They Made
The Grade

DEBORAH HERTZ, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hertz, of Man-
or Ave., has been named to the
dean's list at Yeshiva University's
Stern College for W o rn e n, New
York City, for academic achieve-
ment during the 1968-69 academic
year, Prof. David Mirsky, dean,
announced. A total of 63 out of the
633 students at the school were
accorded the honor for maintain-
ing at least a 3.4 average. for the
entire year.
* *

Three Oakland County High
School students have been awarded
scholarships to the Bloomfield Art
Association's winter term of art
classes. Selected on a competitive
basis by a jury of professional
artists were SANIANTHA SABIN.
16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Wil-
liam W. Sabin, 5256 Van Ness.
Bloomfield Hills; JEFF MERRILL,
17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray W.
Merrill, 7122 Heather Heath, Birm-
ingham, and WENDY SNYDER
16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
pold J. Snyder, 31425 Stonewood.
Farmington.

BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Now Booking .. .

ED BURG

and his Orchestra

Good Music
for All Occasions

national professional music soror-
ity.
Winner of a statewide contest
sponsored by the Wisconsin Feder-
ation of Music Clubs, she received
' her Young Artists Diploma from
the National Guild of Piano Teach-
ers, for whom she serves on the
staff of adjudicators.
Richard Busch, who will per-
form Chajes' "Melody for Cello,"
is an 18-year-old freshman at
Wayne State University. Ile is in
his seventh season with the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra.
Kirk Toth, 14, a member of the
Center Symphony Orchestra, will
be heard in Chajes' "Capriccio for
Violin." "The Scherzo" by Chajes
will receive its world premiere at
this concert.
As a special treat for young peo-
ple, the concert will open - with
.Haydn's "Toy Symphony."
' Tickets are available at the Cen-
etr's cashier.

LI 4-9278

FOR THE BEST IN .
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

358-0938

Larry Freedman

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4v

S:30 Thurs..

1

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A custard-pie-throwing contest is
Orchestra and Entertainment
Expectation Sp
one of the activities in store for
141 W. Maple Birmingham VD
families who participate in the
Midwest 6-1440
Family Night Out to he sponsored
by the Jewish Center's Group
Services Division 7:30 p.m. Jan.
24 in the main building. Stunts,
* * *
From LONDON, ENGLAND
games and prizes will be featured.
Master of ceremonies will be Mike
MARC KOFFMAN, son of Mr.
Freedman.
and Mrs. Ross Koffman of Grand-
Registration is limited to 25
ville Ave., has received a congres-
families.
sional
nomination to the U.S.
Future Family Night Out pro-
Naval Academy in Annapolis, and
grams include a square dance and
the U.S. Merchant Marine Aca-
"Distinctive Styling in Music
swim night, sleigh ride and a to-
demy in Long Island. Marc, 17, a
to your Individual Taste"
boganning night, an Israeli dance
senior at Redford High, received
and swim night and a mystery
the nomination by telegram from
bus ride.
Congresswoman Martha W. Grif-
For information, call the Group ?
A reunion of all teens who have
fiths. After additional testing a
DI 1-4200.
visited Israel will be held 7:30 Services Division,
decision will be made as to which —
* s *
p.m. Saturday at the Jewish Cen-
academy he will attend.
ter. There will be a nominal ad- Israeli Dance Lessons
mission charge, to go toward aid-
Offered on Two Levels
ing wounded Israeli soldiers.
Lauren Iden, an organizer of the
Intermediate and advanced Is-
reunion, wrote to Hadassah Hos- raeli' dance instruction for teens
FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERING CO.
pital to determine how the dona- and adults is being held 8 p.m.
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE—DRAPERIES
tion can best Ile used. She learned Thursdays at the 10 Mile branch
that similar donations have bought of the Jewish Center.
INTERIOR DECORATING
special food and fruit baskets and
Instructor Penina Frankel has
273-1863
LONDON (JTA) — Continuous
15345 W. 7 MILE
personal items for the men and danced with the Center Festival Israeli aerial bombardment has
women. These donations help build Dancers and has taught Israeli virtually destroyed Egyptian radar
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up the morale of the wounded.
dancing in New England.
and missile sites in the Suez Canal
Last summer, Lauren visited
There is a nominal charge for zone, according to two British
Israel as a member of the Cen-
non-members of the Center. For newspaper correspondents recog-
ter Ulpan program. The group
information, call Fred Rose, DI nized as among the best informed
visited Hadassah Hospital and
1-4200.
persons on events in the Middle
entertained the patients, who
East.
impressed Lauren with their
Clare Hollingworth, writing in
spirit and enthusiasm, she said.
the Daily Telegraph, said that in
Highlights of the reunion will in-
November, Israel began to system-
clude Israeli dancing and singing,
atically destroy SAM ground-to-air
9 Days Only (Jan. 8 thru Jan. 17)
movies and falafel.
missile bases on the west shore of
For information, call the Center,
the Suez Canal. The writer said
DI 1-4200, ext. 246 or 261.
After Sabbath dinner at the tem- that reports from Algeian and Su-
ple, members of the Temple Israel danese officers on the canal front
No Government Bias Seen Youth Group will lead the congre- suggested that the Israelis were
successful" in the way
Against Religious Schools gation in worship at their creative "amazingly
they knocked out base after base.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Yigal Sabbath Youth Service.
The
raids
were followed by
Inspirted by the Hebrew word
Alton, making his first appear-
concerted attacks on Egyptian
ance in the Knesset as minister "Hatikva," meaning hope, the radar stations not only in the
Choose from an excellent selection of Modern and Antique
of education and culture, declared theme of the entire service is one
canal zone but on the Mediter-
Tuesday that the ministry had not of optimism and will be empha- ranean cost west of Alexandria,
14 kt. and 18 kt. Gold Jewelry. Rings, Earrings, Bracelets,
sized
through
dramatic
techniques.
discriminated against religious
Miss Hollingworth reported.
The sermon will be delivered
schools.
Necklaces, Broaches, Charms, Cufflinks and Watches.
The
Daily
Mail's
Mid
East
cor-
third-year
by Daniel B. Syme, a
He made the statement in reply
rabbinical student at the Hebrew respondent, Christopher Dobson,
to a parliamentary question sub-
Designers of Distinctive Jewelry
Union College-Jewish Institute of said the attacks on the radar and
mitted by a member of his party.
Religion. His topic will be Albert missile bases "have been so heavy
Gen. Alton said the pupils in the
that
accurate
Vorspan's book, "My Rabbi and so sustained and
state religious schools accounted
Egypt is now virtually defenseless
Doesn't Make House Calls."
for 28.5 per cent of all primary
The High School Choir, directed against air attack."
school pupils and that one-third of
Dobson said Egyptian fighters
all new school buildings erected by Cantor Harold Orbach, will pre- no longer challenge Israel; planes,
OF BLOOMFIELD
by the education ministry over the sent excerpts from Raymond Smol- and Egyptian anti-aircraft gunners
years had been for the religious over's rock service. It is planned rarely score a hit. Dobson said
869 W. Long Lake Rd. at Telegraph
by Rhonda Amber, Barbara
school system.
Sandy "fear remains that the temptation
He also stressed that state- Schlain, Howard Graef and
646-0973
to deal finally with Egypt will be
Open 9:30 to 5, Thursday to 8:30
Kraus,
assisted
by
Nancy
Shapiro,
sponsored religious education had
too great for the eagles in the Is-
preserved the religious atmos- religious vice president, and Rob-
raeli cabinet."
- Phere.in.the . schools._ - ert Look, religious adviser.

647-2367

ZAN GILBERT
and His ORCHESTRA

Reunion to Benefit
Israeli Wounded

Call UN. 1-3065

Egypt Radar Net,
Bases Ruined by
Israel, Writers Say

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1st ANNIVERSARY

Temple Youth
to Lead Service
Based on `Hatikva'

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