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May 01, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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32—Friday, May 1, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Trio of Youth Award Ai tuners

1.

Winners of the annual League of Jewish Women's Youth Awards
(from left) Lauren 'den, Mark Goldsmith and Debra Fauman are
holding the silver religious items that attest to their leadership and
community participation. Looking on are (from left) Mrs. Norman
Kanter, youth awards chairman; Frank Lederman and Mrs. Joseph
Maltzer, two of the judges; and Mrs. Louis Redstone, League presi-
dent.

Center Pioneers to Explore attire
at Wooded Drake Rd. Site This Summer

The Pioneer Unit of the Jewish
Center Day Camp will again be
available to boys and girls age
10'_-12.
Most of the Pioneer Unit's activi-
ties will take place at the Drake
and Maple Rd. site, a wooded area
with more than 100 acres to ex-
plore. The Pioneers will create
their own camp site, designing a
number of original nature trails.
Swimming is minutes away, and
this year the Pioneers will benefit
from regular horseback riding with
instruction, canoeing, row boating
and overnight.
Special emphasis will be on
learning how to adapt to the out-of-
doors.
Directing the Pioneer Unit is
Fred Rose, a' staff member of
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the Jewish Center for four years.
Rose helped develop the Pioneer
Unit last season and has been in-
strumental in founding a father-
son and mother-daughter Center
Tamarack weekend. In 1968, he
participated in the JewiSh Wel-
fare Board Seminar in Jerusa-
lem.
Joyce Horowitz also will return
for her second year in the Pioneer
program. A music sophomore at
the University of Michigan, she
was a participant in the 1968 sum-
mer ulpan in Is'rael.
The Pioneer Unit is an optional
feature of the day camp program
and meets Monday through Friday.
Two periods are available: June
22-July 17: and July 20 through
Aug. 14. Home transportation is
available.
Additional programs for children
and youth are described in a bro-
chure. Applications are now avail-
able. For information, call group
services. DI 1-4200.

100 American Youth
to Join in Israel's 1st
Global Youth Festival

NEW YORK — One hundred
American boys and girls age 15-17
will participate in the first Inter-
national Israel Youth Festival in
Israel July 15-Aug. 5.
They will be part of a total con-
tingent of 500 Jewish youth from
South America, South Africa, Israel
and other countries at the jam-
boree.
Haskell Cohen, co-chairman of
the National Jewish Welfare Board
national basketball committee. who
is international chairman of the
Fourth graders of the Combined Hebrew-Yiddish Cultural School
festival, said that the event will
at a model seder in the Workmen's Circle Building, read the Prayer
be marked by sport competition,
for the Six Million from a prepared Ilagada in Yiddish, Hebrew and
tours of Israel and visits to kibut-
English. The teacher is Dr. Maxwell Nadis,
zim conducted under the auspices
of the municipality of Haifa, the
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ministry of education and culture
and the youth and hehalutz depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency for
Israel.
Helping enlist U.S. participa-
tion in the festival is the Amer-
Suburban
ican Zionist Youth Foundation.
Sports activities will include
GREEN-8 ONLY!
track and field, tennis, volley-
Greenfield-8 Mile Roads!
ball, table tennis, swimming
competition, and chess, for boys
and girls, and basketball, wrest-
ling and soccer for boys.
Seminars at Wingate Institute
for Physical Education, Natania,
• and at Hebrew University, for
health and physical education di-
rectors of Jewish centers affiliated
with JWB will also be part of the
festival program.

Juliet

Pink Print
Polyester
Pleated Dress

Brevities

I

Performers from the DETROIT
COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL
(formerly Detroit Music Settlement !
School) will be presented by the
Friends of the Oak Park Library;
9 p.m. Wednesday in the library.
Quinto Milito, baritone, now a stu-
dent of Marjorie Gordon, will make
his operatic debut in Italy this
summer singing the leading role in
the opera "II Guiramente" by
Mercadante at the Spoleto Festi-
val of Two Worlds. Violinist Thom-
as Ludwig received a scholarship
to Tanglewood last summer and
was concertmaster of the Young
Artists Orchestra there. Also fea-
tured will be Mark Densmore on
flute and Donald Baldwin on oboe. 1
Asst. Director to Show
Suzanne and Kelly Leon and Susan
Synnestvedt are all young pre-
Films of ZOD Camp
1 school and elementary violin stu-
Seymour Pikofsky, associate di- 1 dents.
rector of Camp Yehuda, Leonidas,
Mich., will be here on behalf of the
The search begins on May 1 for
camp 2 p.m. Sun-
the sixth annual "KING OF THE
day at the Zionist
PATIO" from among Southeastern
Organization of
Michigan men who practice and
Detroit office.
enjoy the art of outdoor cooking,
Boys a n d girls
according to the announcement by
age 8-17 are in-
the Detroit Edison Company. As
vited. along with
of that date, Edison will begin
their parents.
accepting written patio recipes, the
Films of the camp
initial action required to enter the
will be shown
contest, from potential winners
and refreshments
residing anywhere within the com-
served. Camp
pany's 7600-square-mile service
Yehuda has two Pikofsky
area.
terms of four weeks and eight'
weeks. Brochures can be obtained
Moon rocks and lunar soil will
at the ZOD office, 353-3636. 1 he among the displays at the 1970
ENGINEERING SHOWCASE 10
a.m.-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday
at Wayne State University's col-
lege of engineering.

They Made
The Grade

New members of the National
Honor Society, Southfield-Lathrup
High School Chapter, were inducted
in special ceremonies recently,
with Andy Barak, president, pre-
siding. Inductees are:

Judith Aldrich, Estelle Bank, Stephen
Branscom, April Cane. Jan Cohen, Cary
Coverdill. Paul Detrisac, Thomas Da-
, vid. Karen Dorr. Cheryl Downing, Kar-
•n Driessnack, David Dunn, Francine
Friedman. Renee Gifford. Doris Glom-
men. Ellen Glovinsky, Robert Gold•
strom, Alan (inrush • Daniel Greenberg,
Fen Ilsu • Susan Hyman. Debbie Kacha-
durian. Jan Knapp, Roselyn Komisar,
and Richard Lenz.
Also, Jonathan Licht. John Marker,
Ilyne Mendelson. Candace Peak, Daniel
Podolsky. Karin Roberts, Robert Rot-
man, Susan Rowan, Jeff Scott, Denise
Sheker)ian. Patricia Sisson. Michael
Smith, Allan Solway, Debra Souttanian,
Stephen Stein, Mark Trubowitz, David
Unkefer, Howard Drnovitz, Karyn Van-
Deusen, Rick Vogelei, Teresa Wolber,
Sandy YangouyIan, David Yates, Margo
Yellin, and Geoffrey Zeldes.

Six Million Recalled at Model Seder

MRS. SUSAN HOFFMAN, teach-
er in Inkster Head Start and former
member of Kibutz Shoval, Israel,
will serve as chairman of a meet-
ing on group care for infants and
toddlers at the annual regional
conference of the Midwestern Asso-
ciation for the Education of Young
Children May 1-3 at the Detroit
Hilton.

Dr. EMANUEL TANAY, pro-
gram chairman of the Michigan
Inter-Professional Association on
Marriage, Divorce and the Family,
announces a program, "Sex Educa-
tion for Adults" to be given 6 p.m.,
Monday, at the Wayne County
Medical Society, 1010 Antietem.
Norman N. Robbins is president of
the association.

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