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October 16, 1970 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-16

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Habonim to

Discuss

Arab Refugees; Planning Its First General Assembly

n11 INIT1101T JEWISM ISMS
Mir, °dew 16, 1970-111

Habonim
Labor
Zionist
Youth is the Middle East Situation, Its Fu- youth from 10 through college age afternoons and for youth age 15
inviting
high
school
and college-

and up on Friday nights. For in-
are invited.
age youth to its meeting 8 p.m.
Guide to Free Literature
Israeli dancing and a "kumsitz"
On Oct. 23, at 8 p.m., the first formation, call Dan Drachler,
today in the Workmen's Circle Cen-
on Vocations Is 'Issued
will'follow.
645-9116.
Asefa
Klatt,
general
assembly,
ter, where the discussion topic will
Baal Brith Vocational Service is
of the ken (local branch) will be
Habonim will hold a special
be "The Palestinian Refugee Prob-
Academy
Applications
offering young people "A 'Starter'
held.
At
the
Meta
Wait,
the
Sukot
activity
2:30
p.m.
Sunday
lem—Its History, Its Impact on
Congressman William S. Broom- File of Free Ocuppational Litera-
at the home of Bev Salinger, 15700 highest decision-making body of
the ken, all memberhave voting field announced that he will accept ture," a list of pamphlets provid-
Jeanette, Southfield. All Jewish
privileges. Any
wishes to applications to the U. S. service ing information on 103 occupations,
including teaching, journalism, the
voice his oPiniOn
Invited to academies until Nov. 6.
Youth Symphony Plans
speak in the same way that the
Broomfield indicated that stu- civil service, Jewish social work,
kibntz democratically decides dents who want to compete for a personnel work, electronics, con-
to Hold Auditions
matters affecting the running of nomination to the air force, naval servation and criminal justice.
Shaarey Zedek Youth Symphony the settlement.
The guide is available for $1.25
military or merchant marine acad-
Orchestra will inaugurate its 10th
The year's second issue of Ka- emy for September 1971 admission ' from Bnai Brith Vocational Ser-
season with rehearsals and audi-
should contact him prior to his vice, 1640 Rhode Island NW,
dima—Voice
of
Afikim,
Detroit
tions 1:30 p.m. Sunday in the youth
Washington, D.C. 20036.
Haboilim's newspaper, will be dis- November application deadline.
lounge.
tributed at this meeting.
The orchestra, organized in 1961
Regular meetings for young peo-
by Jerome Stasson, is the only
Tween Hostelers Set
Jewish youth orchestra in the area ple age 10-14 are held Sunday
Many local artists have received
for Horseback Riding
training in orchestra and solo per-
The Jewish Center's Tween Hos
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
formance techniques.
telers will begin the season Nov. 8
To say stets. Also drivers funsish-
Each season Jewish and Israeli
with horseback riding and a cook-
od to drive your ear" arrywhore.
compositions, as well as standard
out at the Drake Rd. site.
Legally insured mod
hosesed
orchestra repertoire are performed.
Tfie Tween Hostelers meet on The orchestra has presented more
DRIVEAWAY SERVICE
alternate Sundays for such activi- than 50 major programs and many
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tweens in 7th, 8th and 9th grades.
can make this statement!
Each trip is limited to 20 partici-
Use PILLAR Rocx SOCKEYE RED Salmon for party
pants.
snacks and salads, or eat it right out of the can (delicious
seasoned lightly with red wine vinegar and served with
Future outings include a five-
sliced raw Bermuda onions).
mile hike on the nature trail. and
PILLAR RocK SOCKEYE RED Salmon is low in calories,
a cookout at Kensington Park,
too—ideal for weight control time, party time, snack time,
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ganing at Cass Lake, Dec. 6; and
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Dec. 20.
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Only
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Insist on
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Carl's Kosher

Meat & Poultry Market

• • •

Families to Play _Games,

Do Stunts on 'Night Out'

The Jewish Center's monthly
Saturday Family Night Out pro-
gram will begin on Nov. 21 with
a Truth-Or-Consequences evening.
The evening will feature family-
style audience participation in
games, stunts , and contests. The
master of ceremonies will be Milce
Freedman. Prizes will be awarded,
and a social hour will follow the
program.
Reservations are limited to 25
families, who include at least one
Center member. Parents must be
accompanied by their children
Future Saturday Fan-illy Night
Out programs include: a mystery
bus ride, Dec. 19; old time movies
and swim night, Jan. 23; "Beat the
Clock" nite, Feb. 20; and family
quiz bowl and swim night, March
20.
For information, call Fred Rose
in group services, DI 1-4200.

UNICEF 'Begs' Funds
for Indigent Children

"Trick or Treating for UNICEF"
will again be done this Halloween
by young people to raise money
for the United Nations Children's
Fund. Volunteers will be given
canisters to collect gifts.
The orange and black canisters
are available at both Jewish cen-
ters. Before pick-up, call the main
Center, DI 1-4200.
Meyers branch hours will be
Monday-Friday 3-5 p.m., or on
Sunday 1.5. Oak Park branch hours
are Monday-Thursday 3-7, Friday
3-5, or Sunday 1-5.
A single penny given to UNICEF
will provide six glasses of milk to
a child. A nickel buys penicillin to
combat crippling diseases.

They Made
The Grade

Southfield-Lathrup Senior High
School has two National Merit
Finalists: STEVEN SCHWIUMER
and LAWRENCE TOWER. Both
are eligible for the prestigious
scholarships. Charlene Bogner,
Thomas Davis, Mitchell Koss and
Daniel Podoisky received certifi-
cates of commendation for scoring
in the top 2 per cent of high school
graduates in the National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying Test.

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