THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, December 4, 1970
Young Leaders Share Boesky Award Youth Panel to Be on
United Synagogue Youth Michigan
Lawrence Gubow, president of
the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, announced
Council's next quarterly meeting of
the delegate assembly will take
place 8:30 p.m. Jan. 6 at the Jew-
The program portion of the as-
sembly will be in the form of a
panel discussion by youth group
representatives, who will discuss
their organizations' goals and how
they relate to the Jewish commu-
Youth groups represented will be
AVIVA MARGOLIT, a former
Detroiter who pioneered an artists'
settlement in the Mount Carmel
hills near Haifa in 1953, is in New
York with an exhibition of tapes-
tries from her village of Ein Hod.
The showing is at Jean de Roche
Working Girls' Sorority
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For the first time, dual awards were made this year for the
William H. Boesky Memorial Leadership Award. Shown are Stanley
D. Frankel (left), immediate past president of the Junior Division,
Jewish Welfare Federation, and Mrs. Robert Slatkin, receiving the
citation from Alan E. Schwartz, president of Federation, at a recent
board of governors meeting. The award, established in 1965, honors
members of the division for their outstanding leadership, and it in-
cludes a grant for the awardees to attend the Young Leadership
Conference of the United Jewish Appeal.
500-600 Young Adults Will Join Sherut La'am
NEW YORK—Some 500 to 600 building a new society in Israel.
young Americans and Canadians, The college graduates work as
teachers, social workers, spot
age 1830, are expected to par-
coaches, nurses and lab techni-
ticipate in the kibutz and college
cians in places where special
graduate year programs of Sherut
care and professional guidance
La'am in Israel during 1971, an
increase of at least 100 per cent
The young people participating
over this year.
Yeboshua Leor, national co- in the kibutz program experience
ordinator for Sherut La'am, said the unique way of life of the col-
during the past year, 250 young lective settlement, but they also
people participated in the pro- have the opportunity to see the
gram and were placed in develop- country and to get to know the
ment towns and kibutzim in Israel. people of Israel outside the kibutz.
Last year, about 30 per cent of
The purpose of the program
is to enable Jewish youth in the participants remained in Is-
rael to continue their studies or to
the United States and Canada
to take part in the process of work in their fields. Many who
returned to the U.S. and Canada
are active in efforts to improve
NY Board of Rabbis Cites Jewish community life here.
The first group of 1971 Sherut
Leaders on Anniversary
NEW YORK CITY (JTA)—Gov- La'am participants is expected to
ernor Nelson A. Rockefeller head- depart for Israel Jan. 25, 1971.
ed a list of distinguished speakers
at the inaugural convocation of the 1st Thesis in Hebrew
New York Board of Rabbis' 90th
anniversary at the Waldorf Astoria at NYU Wins a PhD
NEW YORK (JTA) — For the
The rabbis chose this anniver- first time in its 139-year history,
sary to honor four distinguished New York University has awarded
laymen and one rabbi for their con- a doctoral degree to a student
tributions to America and to world who wrote his dissertation in He-
Jewry. They are William Kaufman, brew. Rabbi Grainom Zsdewnilc, a
chairman of the board of the coun- native of Poland who came to this
cR, and Max Stern, vice chaiarman country in 1946, wrote his thesis
of the board; Charles H. Silver, on a talmudic subject.
A resident of Brooklyn, Dr. La-
president of the International
Synagogue at JFK Airport; and zewnik analyzed a medieval He-
Rabbi Harold H. Gordon, execu- brew manuscript and concluded
tive vice president of the New that it is a commentary on the
York Board of Rabbis, who was 11th Century Rif Code on the San-
cited for his quarter century of hedrin rather than on the original
service to the rabbinic group and text of the Talmud as had been
Region (Conservative), Michigan
Council of Synagogue Youth (Orth-
odox), Michigan State Temple
Youth (Reform), Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, Habonim and Et-Gar.
Hostesses for the social hour
will be from Infants Service Group.
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for single working girls, age 22-26,
meets every other Sunday evening
to plan activities of interest. For
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