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June 18, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, June 18, 1971

Midrasha Students to Study in Israel

The height of ability consists m
knowing the price of things.—La
An Israeli coffee house sponsor- Rochefoucauld.

Israeli Coffee House
Scheduled Saturday

ed by the Zionist Youth Council
and United Hebrew High School
student council will be held 8:45
p.m. Saturday at the UHS auditor-
ium in Southfield.
There will be entertainment and
refreshments, with contributions
going to Ilan, a crippled children's
fund in Israel. For information,
call Linda Forst, KE 5-0479.

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On June 28, 10 students from
the Mehina (preparatory class) of
the Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, will leave for a summer
study program at the Hebrew Uni-

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versity in Jerusalem. They will
join students from Montreal, Bos-
ton, Harrisburg, Chicago and New
York participating in the 1971
Summer Collegiate Institute.
Initiated in 1969 by Albert
Elazar, president of the. Midrasha,
the institute is sponsored by the
Center for Jewish Education in
the Diaspora of the Hebrew Uni- *.:.:•:::
versity; the department of Jewish
education and culture. of the Jew-
ish Agency; and the Midrasha.
The Summer Collegiate Institute :
provides an opportunity for Ameri-
can and Canadian students to
deepen their understanding of Is-

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rael. Through academic study, the
participants will examine Israel's
past and present and thus ac-
quire a better grasp of Israel's
relationship to world Jewry.
• The program is designed to
encourage students to consider
entering the field of Jewish com-
munity service. Credits earned
can be applied by the student to
the college of his choice.
The Summer Collegiate Institute
is open to students who will be
graduated from high school in
June 1971, or who are currently
freshmen in college. An intensive
Hebrew background is a prere-
quisite for all participants, and
the Hebrew University makes the
final decision in accepting each
candidate upon the basis of his ..,.....
Hebrew and general academic :•:•:.
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qualifications.
In addition to formal studies,
there are evening lectures on
topics of current interest, as well
as tours. A Hebrew University in-
structor accompanies the group to
archeological sites.
This program has been made
possible by a grant from the Jew-
ish Community Foundation of the
United Jewish Charities. Rabbi
Simcha Berkowitz, registrar of the
Midrasha, who has been spending
the past year in Israel, will meet
the students in Jerusalem and
supervise the group during their
stay.

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A summer study program at the Hebrew University awaits the
students in this photograph, all members of the Mehina (preparatory
class) of the Midrasha, College of Jewish Studies. The Summer
Collegiate Institute provides an opportunity for American and Cana-
dian students to deepen their understanding of Israel. Shown are
(from left) standing: David Bardenstein; Dr. Benjamin Yapko,
associate superintendent of the UHS; Jonathan Licht; Albert Elazar,
superintendent; Howard Sherizen; Solomon Schimmel, instructor;
David Goodman; and Michael Peisner. Seated are (from left)
Harley Harris, Nanette Sable, _Dan Simkovitz, Robin Eichen and
Maurice Klein.

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within a small family circle, with
the youngest grandchild, 8-year-
old Gidi, making a presentation of
flowers and wishing her well in
behalf of all the other grandchil-
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