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December 25, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-25

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Young Academicians
on Israel Study Tour

Youth News

NEW YORK—Twenty-foor young
Jewish faculty members from 16
major American
an colleges and uni-
Judean
versities left Monday for a two
study-tour of Israel wader the
lltil i . i at P - "ky r aspires of the American Jewish
seniors, representing the National Cammittee.
Council of Yaw Judea, have left
Selected by AJC chapters across
for the second national midwinter
convention of Young Judea Is- the comstry, the young academic-
ians,
age 25-35, come from di-
rael, where they will meet with
verse cfisciplines including the fine
Imam, Israel Smuts.
The boys and girls, age 17-1a, arts, matheonaties, anthropology,
are regional presidents and mem- medicine, law and social work_
bers of Young Judea, sponsored
They will be given the °Ivor-
by Hadassah.
Minty to obsesve at first hand the
The IR delegates also will be situation and problems of the state
joined at the convention by 85 of Israel is relation to the Waddle
Young Judea= who are in Israel East_
for a one year work-study coarse_
They also will meet with Israeli
Hadassales ties with the Israel academicians and intellectuals in
scoot movement goes back to 1523 their respective fields in the hope
when Henrietta &old, founder of of establlsbing Inutgal mderstand-
Hadassak, and Judah Magma the ling as weil as personal and profes-
Est president of the Hebrew Uni- sional ftiemlidtips_
versity, helped to bdrodnire smut-
Dorig the seminar, they will
ing to Israel_ Hadassab mderwrate hear nod (swan
presentations by
the translation and prodnetiat af
Dr. Slaloms Avineri, head of He-
Mr Baden Powell's snout manual
brew UniwersitY's Paden' seiemee
into Hebrew.
department; Dr. David Flamer, as-
In addition to lectures, sma- sociate professor of comparative
shups and hominess meetings, the raglan; Dr. Yaacov Taboos, pro-
Young Jackass, housed at the
fessor of sunders kisiory; Si-
Hada:mak Wills Youth Center on - IL Herrman, associate profes-
Moist Scopus, are taken on tours
sor of psychology; Dr. Nathan Ro-
of the country.
tenstreich, professor of philosophy;
On weekends, they are house and Dan Rosen, adviser to the
guests of the Israel scouts. They brach Wonistry of Education and
atm will spend a weekend on a Canine_
kibitz

Beth Jacob Girls
Young
Plan Festive Week braeliyc

The senior class will Mat the en-
tire student body of the Beth
Jacob WWI School at the annual
Hanuka party s p.m_ Monday at
the Beth Yebodah School.
In addition to the traditional
latices, they will serve cakes,
cooki
ines and sweets they are pre-
Par
• • •
Grade 10 will celebrate the com-
pletion of the entire book of
Bereshis after a thorough study
of the commentaries 8 p.m. Thurs-
day in the Beth Yedudah School
Parents and friends of the stu-
dents will be invited to a fried
• chicken dinner, "limbered and
cooked" by the students. A pro-
gram of plays, skits and readings
of the completed first book of the
Humash will be presented by the
hostesses.
• • •
The PTA and students will spon-
sor the first annual "Theme Week
Highlights" at the Yeshiva audi-
torium 8 p.m. Wednesday_ The
program will feature the outstand-
ing songs, formations, presenta-
tions and art work developed dar-
ing Theme Week. The show will
be open only to women for a small
fee.
Signs, posters and decorations
for the annual Remake carnival
have been prepared by the 11th
graders.

Akiva •
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They Made
The Grade

STUART GORDCK a senior at
Oak Park High School, has been
named a me national swimmer in
the animal achievement :wants
BY DINAH WEISS
competition of the National Com-
(Moak h It eel in the 7tk acme.
a
of Teachers of Emilie 00CFEi.
hiek secretary et Ube Illakee Came-
en. Amseg ter sperm imereeer are Of 8,050 simians participatimg na-
and baklegjo
tiowwide, 872 were chosen as final-
em
Th e girls in Mrs. Samsun's Mb ists on the basis of writing ability
The
and 7th grade home economies and the results of special Engfish
classes baked pineapple-raisin examinations. Stets the son of
cookies at school for Hanoka.
Mr.-and Mrs_ Abraham Gordon elf
After preparing the batter and Sussex Ave, Oak Park.
putting it in the oven, we waited
anxiously for the results.
Finally, we tasted the first batch
of cookies. We thought the cookies
tasted pretty good for the work of
beginners. Anyhow, we all had a
lot of fun.
The sixth grade girls are also
embroidering a pillow case, and
the seventh grade girls are cro-
cheting kipot (skullcaps).

DAVID HOROWITZ, newly
dented secretary of the United
Nations Correspondents Associa-
tion, is the first Jewish officer in
the 25-year history of the _press
group_ Be represests the World
Union Press and also is orator of
the Jewish Week and the Amer-
ican Examiner, a New York
weekly.

STU RABEN

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Friday, Daumber 2S, 1970-2S

Oakland U. Withdraws Ban on Yule Decor

Oakland University officials, con- was adopted in good faith, but
ceding that they may have gone that the ban went further than
too far in banning christmas dec- "legitimate concern about religious
orations from campus, withdrew displays."
the ban this week in line with the
The withdrawal of the ban will
recommendation of a local Ameri- have tittle effect, however be-
can Oyu Liberties Union official cause Oakland students have be-
Withdrawal of the •prohibition gun their vacations.
was supported by the university's
council an prejudice and discrimi-
nation, which originally approved
COMEDIANS,
the ban after Jewish students ob- .s CARICATURES,
PIararAccerflee-ele Rand
jected to a Nativity scene dis-
Mod LIN% Orchestra
SEYMOUR
SCHWARTZ
AGENCY
played at the student center.
356-8525
Ernest Maxey, executive direc-
• . •
tor of the Michigan ACLU, said
Sweet 16 Favors
he was sure the university policy

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Center Again Offering
Farmington Shuffle Bus

The Jewish Center announces
the Farmington shuttle bus again
will be operating when winter
classes begin the first week of
January.
The shuttle bus will leave the
Hillel School Building, =Mt Waddle-
belt, Mooday through Tlisaiday at
3:35 p.m. .
The shuttle bus will drop all
youngsters at the 10 Mile branch
in time for afternoon clams_ The
return shuttle bus will be from the
main building to the 10 Mile brew*
only.
There will be a small charge,
but the service is available to all
who participate in Center pro-
grams.
For information, call the group
services division, DI 14200, ext.
261.

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