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Temple Israel Youth to Host MSTY;
Topic Is 'Jewish Student and New Left'

Temple Israel youth group will
be host Feb. 5-7 to more than 200
Michigan and Windsor members of
Michigan State Temple Youth at
MSTY's winter conclave.
Theme of the weekend will be
"The Jewish Student and the New
Left."
Members will listen to speakers
and participate in discussion
groups, workshops, services, social
activities and an oneg Shebat.

Twin Brothers to Read
Papers at Science
Symposium at WSU

Adam and Jeremy Broner. twin
sons of Prof. and Mrs. Robert
(Esther) Broner of Parkside Ave.,
have been selected to read papers
at the Southeastern Michigan Jun-
ior Science and Humanities Sym-
posium Feb. 25-26 in the Commu-
nity Arts Auditorium of Wayne
State University. The boys are sen-
iors at*Cass Technical High School.
Last summer, Adam won a
scholarship to do research at the
laboratory of the UCLA Medical
School in Los Angeles, and Jeremy
won a national scholarship to the
Jackson Laboratory at Bar Har-
bor, Me.
Jeremy is co-author of an article
on his research findings, which is
being published in a scientific
journal. Adam is now working in
the research laboratory at Sinai
Hospital. Their papers at the
Wayne Symposium will deal with
' their researches.
Their father, Robert Broner, is
associate professor of humanities
at Monteith College of Wayne
State. Mrs. Broner is an assistant
professor in the English depart-
ment at Wayne and the author of
three books and numerous articles
and stories.

Akiva
Action Line

By MINNA SELMAR

(Minna is 13 years, old and in
the 8th grade. Among her special
interests is ice skating.)
This week, Akiva held a prayer
assembly on behalf of the Soviet
Jews. We discussed their plight
and davened for their safety and
their wish for freedom.
Many students are also writing
to President Nixon and congress-
men to fly with all their powers
to help not only the Jews on trial
but to win the freedom of all the
Soviet Jews.
We pray in confidence that God
will hear the cries of our people
in distress now, just as he heard
the pleas of Moses and Israel in
ancient Egypt—"Let ray people
go!"

Bnei Akiva to Open
Season of Activi ty

Bnei Akiva, religious Zionist
youth group, has scheduled its first
activity for 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Bnei Akiva headquarters, 23125
Coolidge, Oak Park. Friends arc
welcome. There will be dancing
and singing.


New Look to Van Gogh
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) -- Leo

Schneider, 60-y e a r-old business-
man, has undertaken an enormous
- project: the re-creation of all 800
paintings of the famous Dutch
- master, Vincent van Gogh. So far
Schneider has completed 50 repre-
*--ductions.
His object is not pure van.Gogh;'
he' gets a little pf himself - into
. each painting too. Hence the fa-
" — MOUS van Gogh "self-portrait- is
noticeably more cheerful in the
Schneider treatment of it.



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Communal Work Alumni
Establish Association

LOS ANGELES (JTA) — An
alumni association of the first
t'raduates of the Hebrew Union
College school of Jewish com-
munal service has been formed by
12 communal workers from the
United States and Canada who
have completed the required at-
tendance of the new school's first
two summer sessions here.
Edward Rosenthal, community
relations associate of the Jewish
Community Federation of Cleve-
land, is the first alumni president,
according to Prof. Gerald Bubis,
director of the school.
The alumni group voted to
set up a $1,200 scholarship at
the school, scheduled to open
for its third eight-week session
July 5 on the campus of the
INC here.
Bubis said the alumni group also
is planning a publication, "Re-
sponse," to discuss Jewish issues
of communal workers and those
they serve.

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

Federation Apartments to Be Completed in Mid-July

Completion of the 15-story Fed-
eration Apartments for the elderly
Is scheduled for the middle of July,
Joseph H. Jackier, president of the
project, announced this week.
The building will accommodate
224 senior citizens in 168 apart-
ments.
Sponsored by the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, the apartment
house is designed for the elderly
who can care for themselves but
need a modest rental, semi-protec-
tive environment. It is located on
West 10 Mile Road in Oak Park,
near the branch of the Jewish
Center where recreational and cul-
tural activities will be provided.
Selection of tenants is now
under way, using the consultative
services of a research professor
at the Wayne State University's
school of social work and profes-

New U.S. Income
Tax Laws a Boon
to Federation

New federal income tax legisla-
tion regarding foundations has re-
sulted in new interest in the en-
dowment program of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and United
Jewish Charities, Milton J. Miller,
chairman of the program, reported
to the UJC board this week.
Federation and the UJC have
been approved as "public chari-
ties," eligible for special tax ex-
emptions within a pooled endow-
ment fund arrangement, Miller
reported.
Three major new funds have
been founded recently. They are
the Edward C. Levy Sr. Endow-
ment Fund, Bernice and Alfred L.
Deutsch Endowment Fund and the
Daniel E. Cohn Memorial Fund
established by Abner Wolf.
An addition to the United Jew-
ish Charities program is a $250;-
000 insurance policy recently
presented by Samuel Schilit pres-
ident of the Industrial Mario...Pry
News. An endowment fund in his
name will be set up with the
annual income to be used in per-
petuity for the Allied Jewish
Campaign,
Another facet of the endowment
program, the "declaration of in-
tent" project, has shown a marked
increase in popularity in the'past
four months. Called the "genesis
of philanthropy," a letter of intent
indicates that the signer will M-
aude the Jewish community in his
future financial plans as he does
his estate planning.
"These programs assure our
children and their children of a
secure community which will be
able to provide for Jewish needs
with continuity," Irwin Green,
United Jewish Charities president,
said. "It is just like a family which
places savings in a bank so that
it will be protected in the future
against unforeseen emergencies."
Benefits of the establishment of
a foundation within the pooled en-
dowment fund, of arranging for a
testamentary bequest or the crea-
tion of an insurance program
benefiting the community should be
examined by everyone doing estate
planning now or in the near future,
Green and Miller said.
For information, contact C. Ken-
neth Sarason, director of the en-
dowment program at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, WO 5.3939. -

By DANNY SCHNIPPER
The Hillel Day School Drama
Society is busy preparing a play
which they will present in March.
Mrs. Goldie Eskin is producing
and directing the play. She has
recently appointed three students
to assist her in this production.
Bobby Schostak is business man-
ager, Steve Mettler is technical
manager and liana • BarLevav is
the student director.
This past week, Bobby has been
busy having tickets made and get-
ting them ready for the box office.
Elliot Baum and a business com-
mittee made up of junior high stu-
dents are working under Bobby's
direction.
Steve, his assistant Billy Lan-
sat, and their crew have been
busy preparing props and sets
In Billet's art room. Bans has
been conducting rehearsals and
giving private instruction to the
actors.
The play, "The Invisible Clowns."
which was written by Yehuda
Hanegbi, was selected by the jun-
ior high school students. It is a
full three-act play and the winner
of the' first annual Golden Pen
Playwriting Contest. The play
highlights the Jewish ideal of in
dividual worth and the dignity and
value of every human being. Every
man's troubles are distinctly his
own and a part of his individuality.
'The Invisible Clowns" drama-
tizes the process by which Henan-
yeti, the main character, physically
and emotionally handicaped, learns
to recognize his own worth and
accept his place in society.
The role of Hananyah is played
by Jimmy Caplan and myself at
different performances. The
clowns are Barbara Eskin, Rebec- Albert Kramer Named
ca Segal and Lisa Greenberg.
Among the other actors are Rob- Blue Shield Director
ert Schloss, Zack Levey, Bob Mett-
Former State Representative Al-
ler, Ora Glaser, Elena Strom and bert A. Kramer has been elected
Eileen Wainer. •
to the executive managing board
Many hard hours of work have of directors of Blue Shield.
already been put into this produc-
Kramer, who was chairman of
tion. All of the people involved are the insurance committee of the
enthusiastic and, in my • opinion, Michigan House of Representatives
are going to _put on a Broadway and was recognized as an author-
caliber performance at 14 Mile ity on state insurance matters, had
Rd., near Middlebelt. There will be. been previously appointed by Rus-
three performances: a Sunday sell Van looser, Michigan coin-
matinee at 2:30 and Monday and Missioner of insurance, to be
Wednesday evening performances member of the corporate control
at 8. The dates are March 14, 15 body of Blue Shield.
and 17.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield are
• Please•. call' Hillel Day School the largest writers- of health insur-
between 8:30 a.m.•and 4:30 p.m. ance in Michigan with more than
fOr- inibrrnation - and ticket' reser- 5,000,000 policyholders who hold
vations. The phone number is membership cards in the organiza-
851-2394.
tion.

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sional social workers under the
supervision of the Jewish Chil-
dren's and Family Service, who
conducted interviews with appli•
cants.
Every applicant for an apart-
ment will be notified in the near
future on the disposition of the
application. People tentatively ap-
proved for apartments will be in-
vited to discuss leasing arrange.
ments with Zeldon S. Cohen, ad-
ministrator.
An enlarged board of directors is
directing the policies of the Fed-
eration Apartments, Jackier said.
Recently added to the board are
Mrs. William L. Deutsch, Joseph
Garson, Mrs. Henry A. Krolik,
Louis LaMed, Mrs. Philip R. Mar-
cuse, Dr. Hyman S. Mellen, Jack
A. Robinson, Norman H. Rosen-
feld, Hyman Safran, Mrs. Samuel
Schiff, Mrs. Victor Shiffman, Dr.
Peter G. Shifrin, Robert C. Smith
and Erwin C. Ziegelman.
Already serving on the board are
Samuel Hechtman and Jack 0.

Lefton, vice presidents; Martin E.
Citrin, secretary; Leslie Rose,
treasurer, and William Avrunin,
Nelson Dembs, Edward I. Fleisch-
man, Sol King, Samuel Linden,
Gilbert B. Silverman and Max
Stollman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 22, 1971-33

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