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January 29, 1971 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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Friday, January 29, 1971-33

Montreal Y Membership Up; Service Cuts Feared

MONTREAL (JTA) — Soaring added that, without additional

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March deadline is set by the
ssbasx monacKmeoesoncotwomae..; committee
planning a writing con- membership in the past three years funds, services would have to be

33 USY 4Pilkrinie
to Describe Trip to
Israel Before ZOD

The experiences of 33 members
of United Synagogue Youth, who
spent last summer sightseeing and
studying throughout Israel, will be
related by these "pilgrims" in a
program. "Pilgrimage 1970," 8:30
p.m. Feb. 18 at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center.
The format, including slides,
speeches, singing and dancing,
was designed and organized by
the young people under the dir-
ection of Larry Stern.
The meeting is sponsored by
the Zionist Organization of Det-
roit, but no adult will be admitted
without an accompanying member
of the younger generation. There
is no charge. Refreshments will
be served.
Information will be available on
scholarships for ZOA summer
camps, both in Michigan and Is-
The 1970 USY "pilgrims" in-
clude the following, led by Larry
Miriam Baruch. David Boyer,
Julie Fishman, Curt Freedland,
Marcia Garland, Audrey Garen,
Steve Gerger, Mike Ginsberg, Bob
Goodfriend, Nancy Green. Linda
Kaplan, Steve Katz, Roy Komisar,
Steve Korn, Merrill Kramer,
Bruce Levey, Debbie Lipson, Mar-
gie Michlin, Paula Milgrom, Steve
Miller, Nancy Robbins, Joanne
Robinson, Rick Rubin, Steve
Schwimmer, David Sklar. Steve
Seigle, Denise Smith, Kathy Sny-
der, Neal Stulberg, David Wallace,
Sharon Wayne and Enid Weis-

Bnei Akiva Maps
Open Lounge,
Social and Trip

Bnei Akiva, religious halutz
youth organization, announces that
its headquarters at 23135 Coolidge
will be open every Tuesday at 8
p.m. for all members of the com-
munity. Israeli newspapers a n d
records will be available.
Itzhak Margalit, head of the
Hebrew department at the , Jewish
Center, will speak at a Bnei Akiva
activity 8 p.m. Saturday. Margalit
has many tales to tell of his ex-
periences in the Israeli Army.
Bnei Akiva members will go to
Cleveland Feb. 5-7 to attend a con-
vention sponsored., by the Bnei
Akiva of Cleveland. Deadline for
registration is this Sunday.
For younger members Bnei
Akiva is holding a class tourna-
ment All children age 9-13 are in-
vited. For information, call Chaim
Hopman, 548.6661.

American Students in
Israeli Schools Aided with
Printing of Handbook

NEW YORK—The Association of
Americans and Canadians for aliya
announces the publication of "In-
side High," a handbook for Amer-
ican high school students in IsraeL
This book, in English, covers the
entire high school curriculum, gen-
eral comments on methods of in-
struction, atmosphere and require-
ments for Israel high schools. It is
available to nonmembers at a
nominal charge.
In addition, the association pub-
lishes "Woman of Valor," the only
available handbook for the Western
housewife in Israel, and Aliyon, a
monthly publication of articles and
Information on aliya.
The AACA is the "grass roots''
national aliya movement for the
settlement of Americans and Cana-
dians in Israel. It is comprised of
People who plan ally* within three

Hebrew U. Students -

Publish Monthly in '-
English Language

JERUSALEM— Lillit, a monthly

magazine published by the stu-
dents' union of the Hebrew Uni-
versity made its first appearance
this month.
With an initial circulation. of
5,500 copies distributed in Israel,
Great Britain, North America,
South Africa and Australia, Lillit
hopes to attract a wide readership
by creating an open forum for
politics, letters, the arts and aca-
demic matters.
Editor Jonathan Lubell, a gradu-
ate of London University and a
recent immigrant to Israel, has
had extensive contacts with the
New Left in England, where he
edited a radical journal. The edi-
torial staff serving represents many
shades of Israeli political opinion.
The January issue contains two
conflicting faculty views on the
state of Israeli campuses, a story
about cultural confrontation,
another examining American-Israel
relations, a symposium repre‘ent-
ing the entire spectrum of Israeli
political views expressed on cam-
pus, and a number of poems, re-
views and letters to the editor.

They Made
The Grade

test " for junior and senior high
school students at the Jewish Cen-
Students are eligible to win cash
prizes of $100 in the following cate-
gories: poetry, essays and short
stories. There also will be a cate-
gory for Hebrew writing. The topic
is "The Jew in America."
Serving on the committee are
Steve Segall, chairman, Debbi
Shulman, Jeff Richmond, Mindy
Ruzumna, Laurie Sendler, Michael
Edelman, Barbara Siegel and
Rhonna Sachs.
Assisting with the planning is
Joel Verbin of the Jewish Center
Rules and registration forms are
available at the group services
division office at the Center.

Original Youth Service
at Temple Beth El Today


The Young People's Society of
Temple Beth El will present its
annual youth service today at 8:30
Theme of the original service is
"With Prayer and Song," incor-
porating the traditional liturgy
with choral readings and dramatic
musical arrangements. David Sha-
pero and Jill Colman composed and
will direct the service.

Weekend Set for Youth
of Birmingham Temple

Young members of Birmingham
Temple will spend the weekend of
Feb. 5-7 at Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville. Parents and members
of the youth group will be coun-
selors for the annual outing.
There will be ice skating, fishing,
skiing, a nature hike and indoor
activities — arts and crafts and
The entire weekend program is
sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Tom

DAVID L. GREENE, a student
at Henry Ford High School, is
among the 24 graduating seniors
from 23 Detroit high schools to be
honored by Chrysler Corp. and the
Detroit Police Department as win-
ners in the 14th Youth Award Pro-
gram. The program was created in
1957 to give community recogni-
tion to young people in their effort
to become responsible citizens. A
graduating student from each high
I have never yet seen or heard
school in Detroit is chosen by his
fellow students and his school fac- anything serious that was not ridi-
ulty for outstanding achievement culous.—Horace Walpole.
in the areas of character, loyalty,
leadership, activities, reliability

and scholarship.
* s *
DAVID STOLLER, 16, a 12th-
grade performing arts student at
Cass Technical High School, is
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the district winner of the 1971
Voice of Democracy contest, spon -
sored by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the National Broadcast-
ers' Association. A tape of David's
speech, "Freedom—Our Heritage,"
now goes to the statewide compe-
tition. His coach was. Mrs. Fran-
ces Haininirger. David is the_son
of Conitance Stoller:17396 Monica.


at the YM-YWHA and Neighbor- curtailed.
hood House has proven to be a
mixed blessing because it has
meant a growing deficit and the
threat of curtailed services, ac-
cording to the annual report of
Irving Maklan, Y president.
Membership has climbed from
14,166 in 1967 to more than 20,000
in 1970 and that scholarships had
almost triple d, from 1,061 in
1967 to 2,730 in 1970. He said the
Carol Liss
Y's 1970 budget was $1,849,528,
with a deficit of $106,000. He re-
ported that the total number of
people using the Y's facilities dur-
ing 1970 was more than a million,
adding that the "large deficits will
continue unless additional sources
of income can be acquired." He

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(David is 13 years old and in
the 8th grade. Among his fa-
vorite interests are sports and
violin playing.)
This is my seventh year in
Akiva Hebrew Day School, and I
have liked every minute of it. Now
that I know that we are going to
have a high school, I- think it's
Hebrew education in Akiva be-
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gets older. With an Akiva high
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