Hopes to Be Clinical Psychologist
'Citron to Address
Coed Enters MSU Honors College
By ROSEBIARY VOCINO
Contrary to the typical image of
constantly picketing and demon-
strating college students, many are
trying to change the world by put.'
ting their energies into becoming
future leaders in their chosen field.
Maxine Thome, a junior at Mich-
igan State University (31SU) is a '
good example of this type of uni-
Miss Thome, daughter of Dr.
and 31rs. 31aurice Thome and a
member of Pontiac's Temple
Beth Jacob, was recently ad-
mitted into 3ISU's Honors College
on the basis of her outstanding
academic achievement and work
with professors in the psychology
During the winter term break.:
Miss Thome spent three weeks in
an observational internship pro-
gram at the Pontiac State Hospital.:
There, under the guidance of Dr. '
Selwyn Fidelman, she spent one
week working with emotionally dis-
turbedchildren and two weeks .
talking with patients whose prob- '
lems covered the whole range of
mental and emotional illnesses.
This summer, Miss Thome will
study humanities at the Univer-
sity of London in an 31SU-s n-
sored travel-study program.
ing the eight weeks s
spend in Europe, she also plans
to do independent study.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
I can stand brute force but
UJA Young Leaders' Unit
Plans Mission to Israel
NEW YORK — Leaders of Jew-
ish communities throughout the
nation are being invited to par-
ticipate in the Young Leadership
Study Mission to Europe and Israel
sponsored by the Young- Leader-
ship Cabinet of the United Jewish
Appeal July 6-26. Including four
days in Rome, the mission is
open to persons from age 25 to 40.
James Nobil of Akron, chairman
of the cabinet, describes the study
mission as "a fine opportunity for
American Jews to see Israel, re-
ceive confidential briefings by the
leaders of the country, and to
really understand the tremendous
things that are happening in Is-
As in past study missions to
Israel, this group will visit kibut-
zim and have opportunities to com-
municate with Israelis from all
walks of life. Ir. addition, there
will be time for visiting with fami-
lies and shopping.
:Michael A. Pelavin, of Flint,
general chairman of the confer-
ence. announced that participation
is expected from all of the East
The general sessions as well as
workshops and question and an-
s•er periods will deal with the
various aspects of the leadership
of Jewish young adults in the Jew-
ish and general 'community and
concern with their role in solving
Serving with Chairman Pelavin
on the local committee are De-
troitersThomas I. Klein. associate
general chairman: Joel Tauber
and Barry Yaker, who head the
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NEW YORK (JTM — Daniel
Mann will produce. and direct
"Shattered Silence." based on a
book by former Israeli journalist
Zvi Aldoubi about the life and
death of Eli Cohen, an Israeli
secret agent who was hanged in
Damascus as an Israeli spy.
Mann has just returned from
Israel where he obtained clear-
ances from the government and
from Cohen's widow, Nadia Cohen.
Mann and associate producer Bill
Cohen- said the book, being pub-
lished by McCann• will be released
this spring. Filming will begin in
Have An Affair to Remember
From the Six-Day War to Jan.
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killed by enemy action and terror-
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addition, there were 89 civilidn
deaths and 552 civilians wounded
during this time. A similar rate in
the. United States would approxi-
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more men than we have lost sincc
the beginning of our involvement
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Regional l'oung Leadership
Conference Ilere May 22-21
eration of Detroit.
The Junior Division of the Jew- brute reason is quite unbearable. ture. The man who could call a
ish Welfare Federation of Detroit There is something unfair about spade a spade should be compelled
will hold an open board meeting, its use. It is like hitting below the to use one. It is the Only thing
—Oscar Wilde he is fit for. —Oscar Wilde
8 p.m. Monday, in the Communit y intellect.
!louse of Whitehall Apartments,
Dr. Abraham Citron, associate
MOTHER'S DAY MAN 10th
professor of educational sociology
at Wayne State University, will
discuss the manifestations of "Jew-
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Stanley D. Frankel, president of
the division which is composed of
young adults between 18 and 30
years, said that the meeting is
open to all members, prospective
BAUME & MERCIER
members and guests.
After earning a bachelor of arts'
JERUSALEM — Dr. James
She hopes to be a clinical psy- degree in August. 1971, she plans
continue her studies and earn Parkes, the renowned Britii'M
chologist and, toward this goal, has
assisted Dr. Andrew Barclay, as- masters and doctorate degrees in theologian and promoter of Chris-
sistant professor of psychology, in clinical psychology. . tian - Jewish unclerstandin,, re
administering several of his stu-
Miss Thome was active in Jewish ceived an honorary fellowship
youth groups throughout her high award front the Hebrew Univer-
Currently, Miss Thome is Work- school years. She was president of
Dr. Parkes, who has arrived in
ing with him in a government- Pontiac Temple Youth during the
for a t•o-week visit, has
financed study on "guilt and ca- 1967-68 year. worked actively on
been active in the spheres of Jew-
tharsis." She is also doing back-
relations and Middle
ground research work for Dr.. State Temple Youth and served
- East studies for more than a gene-
Albert Rabin in his current study , one year as a Michigan Temple
, ration. His first revolutionary
Youth board member.
on mental institution patients.
study. "The Conflict of the Church
and the Synagogue." was publish-
ed as long as 35 years ago, at a
time when it was most unusual
to suggest a Christian involve-
ment in anti-Semitism and its so-
A regional young leadership peal Young Leadership Cabinet cio-religious antecedents. Among
the honors bestowed upon Dr.
conference under national spon- are sponsoring the meeting in Parkes for his endeavors was his
sorship will be held here at the cooperation with the Young Lead-, election in 1949 as president of
ership Institute and the Junior Di-
Statler Hilton 3lay 22-24.
vision of the Jewish Welfare Fed- the Jewish Historical Society.
The leadership development
committee of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds and the United Jewish Ap-
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