SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S CLUB
will present a program featuring
Dr. Louis Milgrom of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota Billet Founda-
tion, 10:30 a.m. Jan. 31. The theme
is "The Activist Student in the
Jewish Establishment—A Confron-
tation." After a free continental
breakfast, Dr. Milgrom will intro-
duce the subject, then moderate a
dialogue with a panel of college
students. The event is open to all
members of the congregation, their
families and friends. Dr. Milgrom,
the uncle of Myron Milgrom, men's
club president, is a former Detroit
resident. Chairman of the Jan. 31
program is Irving Laker. Men's
club program chairman is vice
president Marvin Fleischman.
BETH MOSES MEN'S CLUB's
Sunday morning service-brunch-
forum 9:30 a.m. Jan. 31 will fea-
ture Daniel G. Berk, 29, Southfield
attorney who recently toured
Russia, speaking on "Soviet
Jewry." All are welcome. Upcom-
ing is a Pistons' game trip, the
.afternoon of Feb. 14. Tickets in-
clude bus ride and a box lunch.
• • •
TICAL ASSOCIATION'S regular
meeting will be 9 p.m. Monday at
Bnei Akiva, Zionist
Youth Group, Here
Bnei Akiva, the Religious Halutz
(Pioneer) Youth Organization, in
connection with the worldwide
movement of Religious Zionist
Youth, will hold an organizational
meeting focusing on "How We Can
Bring Detroit Youth Together with
Israel" 7 p.m. Sunday at the Miz-
rachi headquarters, 23125 Coolidge,
Chaim Hopman, Bnei Akiva rep-
resentative from Israel, is here to
organize area youth.
All are invited to see why "De-
troit Needs Bnei Akiva," as the
campaign is called .
Bnai Moshe USY at Camp
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth is attending its an-
nual Camp Tamarack weekend
retreat —today through Sunday.
Guest speaker is Sam Waksol of
Columbus, 0., who has conducted
seminars for the national office of
USY in New York City. The pro-
gram will include religious, cul-
tural and social events.
Law Fraternity Elects
Detroiters to Top Posts
Summer at the Center to Start June 28
Applications are now available Arts, for sixth-llth graders; and
for Jewish Center summer prog- Safari '71, for 7th-9th graders.
rams for children and youth. Other activities include Mini-
Registration is open now for Camp, Weekend Camp Trips and
members, and will be open to non- A daily Summer Ulpan. Home
transportation Is available for
members after April 15.
many of these programs within
There are two sessions, from
a limited area.
June 28 to July 23, and July 26
For brochure, or further in-
to Aug. 20.
The programs include: Playland formation, call the group services
Jr., for preschool children age division, DI 1-4200.
3-41/2; Playland, for kindergar-
ten children; Funtime. for first-
third graders; Day Camp, for chil-
dren up to age 101/2; Safari Jr., for
age 10'a: Sports Skills Camp, for
5.7; Camp of the
'' ys in grades
of Jewish Youth
Planned in Israel
NEW YORK—The second Inter-
national Festival of Jewish Youth
will be held in Israel July 11-Aug.
22, it is announced by Haskell Co-
hen of New York, international
chairman of the festival, and Har-
old 0. Zimman of Lynn, Mass.,
chairman of the U.S. delegation.
The festival, for Jewish youth
age 15-17 from around the world,
is sponsored jointly by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Boar d
(JWB), Israel's ministry of cul-
ture and education, the youth and
hehalutz department of the Jew-
ish Agency and the American
Zionist Youth Foundation.
More than 100 Jewish teenage
boys and girls from the United
States are expected to join 400
other Jewish youth from South
America, South Africa, Canada,
France, Denmark, Holland, Swe-
den, Ireland, Italy, Israel and
other countries. The teen-agers
will be headquartered at Belt
Berl, near Tel Aviv.
"Jewish commitment will take
precedence over athletic prowess
in our selection of participants,"
Zimman said. "No attempt will be
made to keep totals in the athletic
events. All participants, rather
than just the winners, will receive
awards for entering the individual
sports events and team games."
Activities at the festival will in-
clude track and field, tennis, vol-
leyball. table tennis, swimming and
chess for boys and girls, and bas-
ketball, wrestling and soccer for
Beth Moses USY
to Make 'A Shabas
Like It Should Be'
"A Shabas Like a Shabas Should
Be" is scheduled for 5,p.m. today
at Cong. Beth Moses by the con-
gregation's Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth group. After services,
the group will have Sabbath din-
• • •
Senior USY will hold a general
membership meeting to discuss
the constitution 6:30 p.m. Sunday
in the youth lounge. From 4 to 6
Five Detroit area attorneys were
elected to national office at the na-
tional convention of the Tau Ep-
silon Rho law fraternity recently
held in Cleveland.
They are Gabriel Moscow, su-
preme vice chancellor; Harry
Klein, supreme liaison officer;
Frederick B. Gold, supreme editor; p.m. Tuesdays, the lounge will be
and Benjamin J. Safir, supreme opened for use by USY members.
• • s
A toboggan party is planned by
the USY Jan. 24. They will meet
at the synagogue at 8 a.m. All
are welcome but are asked to
bring lunches. For reservations,
call Lisa Landsberg, 533-1622.
Capital Cities Broadcasting an
nounces the appointment of YAFFE
STONE AUGUST, INC., as adver-
tising agency for WJR-FM. The
appointment coincides with the
FM station's change to format of
CAROL DUCHAN, daughter of
"Solid Gold Rock and Roll."
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duchan of
Care for Aged in Israel
Harding Ave., Oak Park, has been
named to the dean's list at Yeshiva
University's Stern College for
Women in New York City, -for
academic achievements durin g
1969-70, Prof. David Mirsky, dean.
announced. A total of 74 out of the
626 students at the school were
Accorded the honor 'for maintain-
ing at least a 3.4 average ,for the
Casts for caring for the aged in
JDC/Malben homes in Israel are
as follows: for well, aged $93 per
month; for infirm aged $137 per
month; for nursing cases $290 per
mouth. JDC's budget for Malben
in 1971 is over $6,000,000, provided
mainly by the campaigns of the
United Jewish Appeal.
36--Fridelb Jasmary 1S, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
By BECCA SEGAL
I took a gulp of air and stepped
hesitatingly into the fifth grade
room, anticipating the worst. As-
suming that all fifth graders were
noisy and unmanageable, I thought
I had good reason to be nervous.
I was making my debut as a fifth
grade grammar teacher.
I clutched my lesson plans
tightly. The fifth grade teacher,
Mrs. Greenbaum, welcomed me
into her room and gave me the go-
ahead. I plunged right ahead into
the lesson with a brave start.
"Does anybody know what a
verb is?" I ventured timidly.
About 10 students quietly raised
their hands. A little surprised at
their cooperation, I called on a
student who told me the correct
definition of a verb.
Jan. 11—To Dr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Alpiner (Esther Kingston), for-
mer Detroiters of West Roxbury,
Mass., a daughter, Lisa Deborah.
• * ■
Jan. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey Philko (Adelyn Sue Weinstein),
20055 Forestwood, Southfield, a
daughter, Marci Lynn.
• • •
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Gidion (Peggy Gross), 14260
Nadine, Oak Park, a daughter,
Dec. 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Franklin (Cynthia Weston),
29147 Fairfax, Southfield, a daugh-
Dec. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Rubin (Marion Weis), 31215 Mor-
lock, Livonia, a daughter, Lisa
Dec. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Zamler (Carol Borin), 27021 Nan-
tucket, Southfield, a son, Chad
Stewart. s • •
Dec. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Jan. 5—re Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Charney (Irene Left), 24650 Gard-
Soloway (Susan Alpert), 27125
Aberdeen, Southfield, a daughter,
• • •
Jan. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. James
Goldwasser (Judith Wax), 1776
Maryland, Birmingham, a daugh-
ter, Amy Lynne.
• • •
Jan. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Donald
R. Sherman (Joyce Sperling),
20337 Roseland, Southfield, a son•,
• • *
Dec. 31 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur D. Herold (Cidnie Carp-
man), 18457 North, Southfield, a
son, Bradley Marc.
••• • •
Dec. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Myerson (Charlene Genser of Oak
Park), of Las Vegas, a daughter,
More confident, I continued
with the lesson, glancing only
occasionally at my lesson plans
that I had hastily scribbled onto
a wrinkled sheet of paper the
Cong: Beth Achim's Lahav Sen-
My nervousness and tension ior United Synagogue Youth and
ner, Oak Park, a daughter, Vicki
Lynn. • • •
Dec. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Kaufman (Beverly Pines), 25471
Briar, Oak Park, a son, Lawrence
Irwin. * s
Dec. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Tauber (Joyce Rosen), 15847 Fair-
fax, Southfield, a son, Michael
• • •
Dec. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald Blackman (Barbara Charness),
29853 Fairfax, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Ainee Denise.
• • •
Nov. 26—To Lt. and Mrs. Ron
Bale (NMI Schwartz), former De-
troiters stationed at Pensacola,
Fla., a daughter, Erin Meredith.
Mapped by USY
Beth Shalom Senior USY are co-
sponsoring an Ecology Weekend
Retreat at Camp Tamarack Feb.
The weekend will feature an
oneg Shebat and services, its well
as discussions on ecology, winter
sports, Saturday night social and
a Sunday ecology work project.
For registration information, call
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Shelly Sher, adviser, 353 - 0675.
Lahav is holding a candy sale.
practically disappeared once the To place an order, call Jeff Subar,
lesson really got under way, so I 356-1254.
suppose it was merely my inex-
perience in writing on a black-
board that instituted the creation Puppets, Magician Star
of two interesting new verb forms,
"appled" and "eated." These two at Young Israels Rally
Young Israels of Greenfield and
deformed words, lying on the
blackboard with a certain moronic Oak-Woods are sponsoring a youth
look about them, seemed to glare rally for boys and girls ages 5 12
defiantly back at me when" I no- 2 p.m. Sunday at the Young Israel
ticed them. I hadn't realized before of Greenfield Center.
that I was so creative.
Featured will be the Sy Sims
The class proved to be very quiet Puppet Show and Magical Mel the
and cooperative throughout the Magician. Refreshments will be
period. The kids were eager to served. For information, call Den-
show me their intelligence, and nis Eisenberg, 398-0222. No charge.
they WERE intelligent, too. They
quickly grasped the concepts of
the different kinds of verbs, •and
they even seemed to enjoy my oc-
casional jokes. All in all, I think
the experiment turned out quite
Other ninth graders who shared
in the experience of teaching this
grammar unit to the fifth grade
agreed that it was scary, but fun.
By SOLLY P1IS
(Softy is 13 years old and in
the ninth grade. His hobbies are
coin and stamp collecting.)
While teaching the eighth and
ninth grade Hebrew studies class
the laws of Kashrut and ritual
slaughtering, our teacher,. Rabbi
Cohen, invited us to visit a Jew-
ish slaughterhouse with him.
I went along with him to watch
how chickens are slaughtered and
Then Rabbi Cohen showed how
the meat is soaked in water and
then salted to remove the blood.
This was a very interesting Mt'
perience for me. Our teachers
demonstrate unusual Jewish laws
such as these and, for example,
how to write a sefer torah or make
a pair of Wits.
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