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November 13, 1970 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-13

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Youth News



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 13, 1970-39

1,500 Western Jews
in Israeli Yeshivot

NEW YORK — A total of 1,500
Maybe ain't ain't so correct, but
North Americans and Europeans
"VIM.411:MaaMerOWYg-"M".:770ffa,.W.M0 are enrolled in Israeli yeshivot, I notice that lots of folks who ain't
it was annolnced by Zvi Assael, using ain't ain't eatin'.
—Will Rogers.
director of the Torah education and
culture department of the Jewish
Agency-American Section.
In 1967, there were 330 such
students; in 1968, 917; and in 1969,
1,210.

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Akiva Elects Student Council Officers

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Of these Orthedox young men,
Assael pointed out, 40 of them
are studying at the Jerusalem
Torah College, of which the di-
rector is Rabbi Moshe Horowitz,
an American, who recently went
on aliya.
Assael also noted another new

On Election Day, Nov. 3, Akiva Hebrew Day School voted for
officers of the Student CounciL Winners and their adviser are (from
left, bottom), Susannah Schreiber, Jeffrey Werner, David Karp, Alan
Skorskl and Annette Ryba; (second row) Sara Ryback, Rochel Tatel-
baum; Jerome Gilksberg, Esther Mermelstein and Steven Selesny;
(third row) Audrey Krakovits, Bruce Tenenbaum, Leah Herman,
vice president; and Dinah Weiss, secretary; (back row) Mrs. Linda
Polk, adviser; Sheldon Klein, president; Ronnie Schwarzberg, treas-
urer; Yeshal Koenigsberg; and Judy Mermelstein.

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

By MARTY SHENKMAN

Sunday evening, Oct. 25, Hille
Day School presented its second
annual concert, starring Alan King
and Aliza Kashi.
Hal Gordon and his 18-piece
orchestra provided the background
music. Introductions were made by
the master of ceremonies, Jerry
Liebman, the father of one of our
graduates. Aliza Kashi sang an as-
sortment of songs for the first half
of the concert. She asked the
audience to join her in favorites
like "Jerusalem of Gold."
During the intermission, Hillel's
president, Mel Weiz, thanked every-
body for giving their time, effort
and money to help Hillel. Mean-
while, Hillel's ninth grade is con-
ducted - an extremely successful
candy sale for their senior class
trip. The would like to thank every-
one for their generosity.

Alan King followed with a
• hilarious hour-and-a-half of en-
tertainment. During one of bis
stories, Red Buttons made a
surprise appearance on stage to
the delight of the audience.
The program was a huge suc-
cess. So many people showed up,

that there weren't enough program
journals to go around.
The ushering was done by Hillel's
eighth and ninth graders and many
of our graduates.

Akiva
Action Line

By ALLEN PLATT
(Allen, 12, is in the seventh
grade. His hobbies are wood carv-
ing and painting.)
In the coming weeks, Akiva

classes will be making art pro-
jects for Hanuka to be put on ex-
hibit for the public.
There will be assorted projects
on display. A mural will consist of
scenes of the market place where
Matisyahu stayed the Jew that was
going to sacrifice a pig to the idol.
And a battle scene where the Mac-
cabees wear the Mogen Dovid. And
the scene of the High Priest light-
ing the menora from the last jar
of oil. The end of the mural will
be a Jewish flag with a broken
chain around it, symbolizing our
freedom from Syrian rule.
Another class is painting pictures
of the Holy Temple and the scene
of Hanna and her seven sons. There
will also be metal and clay models
of other assorted symbols such as
the draidel, menora coins and the

jar of oil that was found.

Habonim Sets Up
Education Service
for. Community

All the Latest Fashions
Big Savings

trend in Jewish education for
Americans in Israel: the trans-
plantation of American yeshivot to
Israel, with four such academies
in the Jerusalem area, one in
Natanya and two more contem-
plated for Jerusalem.
For information on registration
and scholarships, write Rabbi
Malian Galinsky, assistant director

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Mon.-Sat. 10 'til 5:30; Thurs. Eve. 'til

of the Torah education and cul-

ture department, Jewish Agency,
515 Park Ave., New York City.

Irwin (Izzy) Landau

Bar Mitzva

Formerly of

Barry Scott Fagan, son of Mr
and Mrs. Rodney Fagan of Man
istee Ave., Oak Park, observed
his Bar Mitza at Cong. Bnai David
Oct. 31. Barry's name was erro-
neously omitted from the syna-
gogue listing that week.

Vikser & Landau

Kosher Meats & Poultry

Is Now In Association With

Information on Israel and the
Middle East situation — for per-
The state of Israel has the high-
sonal use, to combat anti-Israel
propaganda in the press, for semi- est per capita book production in
nars, teach-ins or any other pur- the world.
pose — is available by writing
Habonim Labor Zionist Youth,
18340 W. Seven Mile, Detroit 48235,
or by calling Danny Drachler,
645-9116.
A Habonim speakers bureau also
will be started soon.

Louis Cohen & Son

Kosher Meat & Poultry

Located

'Religious Establishment
in Israel' Dialogue Topic
for Teens This Weekend

Young Israel Teens will spon-
sor a dialogue 3 p.m. Saturday be-
tween Israeli foreign exchange stu-
dent Ziv Harish, who is attend-
ing Temple Israel and Oak Park
High School, and Tali Skoczylas,
an Orthodox student from Israel
attending the Detroit Institute of
Technology. The discussion will
take place at Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods.
Moderator for the dialogue, en-
titled "The Religious Establish-
ment in Israel," will be Itzy
Weisberg, adviser to Young Israel
Teens.

To most grownups, Oct. 31 is
just another Saturday. For the
young set it's one of the biggest
nights of the year: Halloween.
Many children in Detroit have taken
the time to remember children less
fortunate than themselves: they'll
be trick or treating for UNICEF,
the United Nations' Children's
Fund.

at 12939 W. Seven

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Next Door to Zeman% New York Bakery

Irwin Laudau would like all his friends and customers

Beth Jacob Names
Drama Directors

Elaine Yoffee and Esther Mittle-
man have been appointed co-
directors of drama club produc-
tions at Beth Jacob School, girls'
branch of the Beth Yehuda Schools.
Miss Mittleman and Miss Yoffee
have appeared in many drama
presentations, and Miss Yoffee. a
soprano, has performed for local
organizations.
The drama club has presented
"Rich Man, Poor Man," and "Fid-
dler on the Roof." Plans for this
year's productions include "You're
a Good Man, Charlie Brown."
a a a
Beth Yehuda Schools will hold
parent-teacher conferences with
the English and Hebrew depart-
ment faculties 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the Southfield building.

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