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September 25, 1970 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, September 25, 1970

Zionist Youth Add
Four to N.Y. Staff

NEW YORK — Four new ap-
pointees have joined the executive
staff of the American Zionist
Youth Foundation, announced Wil-
liam Levine, executive director of
the youth foundation.
The new appointees are: Aryeh
Hahn, adviser on religious youth
activities; Meir Jaffe, coordinator
of the shlihim to Jewish Centers
and other communal agencies:
Leonard Waldman, director of com-
munity relations; and Nathan
Yanai, director of the educational
department of the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation. The expand-
ed staff reflects the growth of
AZYF's national and local activi-
ties throughout the U.S. and Can-
ada during the last year, Levine
stated.

Youth

News

AEPi Rides for Asthma
on Northland Terrace..

Akiva
Act ion Line
Action

By TERRY LEIDERMAN
8th Grade
(Reporter Terry Leiderman is
an active I3-year-old, who has
been Student Council representa-
tive for the past three years and
is starting her sixth year at
Akiva. -Her hobbies are swim-
ming avd ice skating.)
• • •

A few weeks before school
started, over 15 students from var-
ious grades met with our new prin-
cipal, Rabbi Werner.
The students made beautiful pos-
ters in Hebrew throughout the
school. Some also helped with typ-
ing, filing and general office work.
School spirit was building!
The first day of school finally
came. All Akiva students and par-
ents were very surprised by the
beautiful decorations that were
made during the vacation period.
Akiva students are looking for-
ward to a very exciting and enjoy-
able year. We wish our new prin-
cipal and all the teachers the very
best of luck.

Center Pulls Strings
to Bring Back Puppetry

The Jewish Center is continuing
its marionette p r o g r a on, with
classes open to both members and
nonmembers of all ages.
A Children's Marionette Club
will meet 4-6 p.m. Mondays for
boys and girls in the fifth and sixth
grades.
The Tweens Marionette Produc-
tion Club will -meet Sunday after-
noons from 1:30 to 3:30, and at the
same time, a Teen Apprentice
Marionette Guild will be formed
for youngsters with experience and
some background in puppetry and
marionette work.

The men of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity have organized a mara-
thon bicycle "mile-athon" for the
benefit of the Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital.
They plan to bicycle 2,626 miles,
the symbolic distance from Detroit
to the asthma hospital in Denver
and back on a stationary tandem
bicycle on the terrace of Northland
Shopping Center. The marathon
Youngsters will learn to make
began 10 a.m. Sept. 21 and will
and create their own marionettes
end 5 p.m. Sunday.
as well as carpentry, designing
Last year's highly successful
and costume making.
see-saw marathon saw the brothers
Philip Molby, who has been with
of AEPi break the world see-saw
Center marionette program
record and raise over $1,000 for the
and the Tamarack program, will
CARIH.
return as instructor.

Classes begin next week. Shuttle
bus transportation from the 10
Mile branch is available.
Registration is limited, and only
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna- a few places remain in each class.
gogue Youth will hold a pre-Selihot For information, call the Center
program 10 p.m. Saturday in the group services division, DI 1-4200.

Dropsie Publishes Memorial Tribute
to Nobel Laureate Dr. Shmuel Y. Agnon

PHILADELPHIA — "A Memor-
ial Tribute" to the late Dr. Shmuel
Yosef Agnon has been published
by Dropsie University. The book-
let contains the highlights of a
memorial program presented on
March 29, by Dropsie University
in conjunction with the Consulate
General of Israel.
Included in the publication al- .
a personal account of the Nobel
Prize author by Dr. S. D. Goitein,
visiting professor of Judaea-
Arabic at Dropsie University; re-
marks by Dr. Abraham I. Katsh,
president of Dropsie University,
describing Agnon as a born story-
teller who more than anyone else
symbolizes- the eternity of the Jew-
ish people and the vitality of the
Hebrew language; and an analysis
of the Jewish tradition in Agnon's
stories by Dr. Avraham Shaanon,
associate professor of modern
Hebrew language and literature
at Dropsie University.
The tribute to Agnon, "whose
great literary creations will re-
main with us forever," was writ-
ten by the Honorable Moshe Yegar,
Consul General of Israel in Phil-
adelphia. Other features included
are the text of Agnon's famous
address when he accepted the
Nobel Prize for literature in Oc-
tober, 1966; and an English trans

.

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lation by Dr. Katsh of "With All
My Heart," one of Agnon's most
beloved stories.

Agnon, who was the first He-
brew author to be awarded the
Nobel Prize for literature, died

Feb. 17 at the age of 82.
Copies of the "Memorial Trib-
ute" are available upon written
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Bnai Moshe's USY
Plans Selihot Program

synagogue social hall. The theme
is the "Evils of Man."
Three to Blow Shofar
A speaker, film and slides will
be included. Following the pro- at Children's Service
The Shofar Club of Temple Beth
gram, the group will join adults in
the main sanctuary for Selihct Jacob, Pontiac, headed by Jacob
services. The program is open to Meyer, has selected three members
to participate in the blowing of the
the public.

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shofar during children's Rosh Has-
hana services Thursday.

Israeli Soldiers Harbor
Karen and Leslie Dickstein and
Ross Mandel were chosen among
No Hatred of Arab Foe the
second through seventh grad-

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Prof. Ruth
Jaffe, an Israeli psychologist, has
published a report in which she
conclude's that, although Israeli
soldiers show pity and concern for
the Arab foe, they do not harbor
hatred or feeling of vengeance
against the enemy.
She further delcares that the re-
lationship between Israeli soldiers
is like that of brothers. They know

that in time of peril they will not
be abandoned by their comrades.
Not only will one help the other,
but one is even prepared to sac-
rifice his life for the other.
Prof. Jaffe writes that following
the Six-Day War, quite a few Is-
raeli soldiers spoke of a certain
"mystical feeling" which they ex-
perienced during combat, which
has nothing to do with traditional
religious behavior.
So far as their relationship to
senior officers and commanders is
concerned, they feel more like a
son feels to a father.

ers eligible to join the Shofar Club.

Habonim Asks Youth
to Seminar Series

Habonim Labor Zionist Youth
will hold the first of seven sem-
inars open to all Jewish youth

7:30 -p.m. today at the Workmen's
Circle Center. The topic will be,
"What Is Habonim?"
Topics for future weeks will be
"American Jewish Community,"
"New Left Politics," "Forms of
Communal Settlement in Israel,"
"Socialism," "Zionism" and "The
Middle East Conflict." For infor-
mation, call Danny Drachler, 645-
9116.

Footballers Get Trophies

JERUSALEM — Mayor Teddy
Kollek and Deputy Mayor Yosef
Gadish presented trophies to win-
ners of the municipal youth lea-
gue football contest here at the
Bakka Settlement House, a project
of the Mizrachi Women's Organ-
Courses in advanced electronics ization of America.
During the year, 80 sports groups
are now being instituted at the
Bessie Gotsfeld Children's Village, of children age 14 to 18, partici-
in Raanana, Israel, a project of pated in the municipal athletics
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza- contest, representing various set-
tion of America.
tlement houses and high schools.

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