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August 06, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-06

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—Friday, August 6, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Teens Spend Summer at Sinai Hospital

U. of D. Aiming to Attract
Additional Jewish Students

the admissions office, said that
the enrollment campaign has
been conducted in earnest for
the past year and seems to be
klthough its dental and law getting results. More students
ools traditionally have drawn from Oak Park and Southfield
number of Jews, the U. of D. high schools are planning to en-
roll in the fall, she said. There
dergraduate school has had a
are currently some 200 Jewish
y small Jewish enrollment. The
students at U. of D.
ministration hopes to change all
Larry Folkoff, a student in busi-
t. It has sent members of its
issions staff to schools with ness administration at U. of D.,
tie Jewish populations, both in said Jewish students are made to
Detroit area, and on the East feel particularly welcome. Through
st. ; the dietary department, arrange-
ments for kashrut can be made,
at is ' unique about the Uni- and individual observance of Jew-
sity of Detroit is that it offers
program in Jewish studies as ish Folkoff
holidays said
is encouraged.
that in his experi-
religious studies cur-
t of its
ulum.
Among those serving on ence, it has not been uncommon
staff are Rabbis Hayim Dcnin for his professors to cancel exams
Cong. Bnai David and Richard that occurred on the High Holy
Days.
Hertz of Temple Beth El. Dr.
He added that there are no fra-
omo Mareriof, of the depart- ternity restrictions and, in fact,
nt of languages and linguistics, Jews are actively recruited for
o teaches within the religious membership. Although there is
dies department. Among the presently no Jewish organization
rses are Basic Judaism. Juda- on campus, Folkoff and Miss Bloom
in Western History, Jewish have been discussing the possibil-
erature and comparative reli- ity of setting up such a group.
For information on the school,
Phyllis Bloom, who holds a as well as scholarships that are
asters degree in education available to all, call Miss Bloom,
m U. of D. and is employed in DI 2-1000.

Beth Moses Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold a beach
party at Kensington Metropolitan
Park Aug. 15. The group will meet
8:30 a.m. at Beth Moses. For
information, call Sheri Blustein,
538-1343. All are asked to bring
a kosher or dairy box lunch.
The senior USY'ers and Beth
Moses Men's Club will hold their
second annual baseball game 1
p.m. Sunday at the Ford High
School hardball diamond. For in-
formation, call Larry Schlussel,
KE 3-9231.

The Jesuit-sponsored University
Detroit is going out of its way
woo Jewish students.

In

Youth News

V

N

uth From. All Segments of Judaism

Join for U.S. Culture Conference

EW YORK—Eighty-five Jewish Network and the Philadelphia
ents from Europe and 10 from Union of Jewish Students.
el will join 150 Jewish students
The planned program will in-
communities throughout the clude presentations and discussions
ited States and Canada for the on Hasidut. Mussar, Yiddish Cul-
. t intetnational student con- ture, post-Emancipation Western
ence on Jewish culture and life- Jewry, Jews in Islamic Societies,
les over Labor Day weekend.
Jewish threater, art, music, pho-
he conference, "Jewing It '32: tography, dance and writing.
counters in the Month of Elul,"
Participants in the conference
I be held in Zeiglerville, Pa.
the World Union of Jewish Stu- will represent every segment of
nts, in cooperation with the the Jewish student community,
}rth American Jewish Students' both observant and secular, Zion-
ist and neo-Bundist, radical, con-
servative and moderate. The food
will be strictly kosher, and various
groups have been asked to prepare
Shabat programs in their distinc-
tive style.

PHOTOGRAPHS by
OEL E. FEINER studio

ALL TYPES of PHOTOS
TO FIT ANY BUDGET

532-5196

Mon.-Fri. 9-7

For an Evening of
Superb Entertainment . . .

For Your Bar Mitzva or
Weddings, etc. . . .

MORI LITTLE

AND HIS

ORCHESTRA

356-4745

For information, write the North
American Jewish Students' Net-
work, 154 W. 27th, New York 10001.

MRS. MORTON BRODY of
Cambridge Rd. has been ap-
pointed to her fourth term as
a division chairman for the 1971
Torok Drive residential campaign.
She will serve in the drive's west
unit, for which Mrs. Harold L.
Frank of Fairway Dr. is chairman
this year. The unit is comprised
of the Wayne County area west of
Woodward.

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9 Mile & Coolidge
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Other Location at

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548-9300

Beth Moses USY Maps
Beach Party, Ball Game

Remedy
The best remedy for disturb-
ances is to let them run their
course, for so they quiet down.
—Baltasar Gracian.

Shown with Jimmy, their "model" patient and Mrs. L. Marie
Cooper, clinical nursing instructor, are Cathy Sandler (left), 15, of
Parklawn Ave., Oak Park, and Rosemary Hrlic, 16, of Piedmont
Ave., two of the 170 Detroit area teen-agers who are spending their
summer vacations to do voluntary work at Sinai Hospital.
* * *
For many Detroit area teen-ag-
At the end of the summer, rec-
Orchestra and Entertainment
ers, summer is a time for helping ognition bars will be awarded to
others.
volunteers with 100 hours of serv-
One hundred seventy of them, ice. American Hospital Association
ranging in age from 15 to 19, are pins will be given to teens who
spending an average of eight hours have given 50 to 100 hours, and
a week during their summer vaca- certificates of merit will be award-
tions to do voluntary work at Sinai ed to those who have worked a
Hospital.
minimum of 10 hours.
Sponsored by the Sinai Women's
Guild, the "volunteen" program
gives young people an opportunity
ONE CENT SALE!!!
to work in a hospital related job,
BUY ONE AT
meet interesting people and per-
REGULAR PRICE
form a useful community service.
AND NEXT ONE
Mrs. Peter Martin is chairman
FOR ONE CENT
LORI ANN SCHAEFER of Sher-
of this year's program.
NATURAL VITAMINS
1' sale on
field
Ave.,
Southfield,
is
among
Vitamin
ORGANIC FOODS
Following an orientation, the
the 70 American youngsters, age
2823 Coolidge, Berkley
volunteens are assigned to such
15 17, who will leave this month
areas as nursing, medical rec-
PHONE 543-3505
to take a year of high school
ords, admitting, X-ray, labora-
Open Daily 10 to 7
Frei Parking
study
in
Israel.
They
are
partici-
tories, transportation, physical
pants in the America-Israel Sec-
therapy and accounting.
ondary School program of the de-
partment of education and cul-
Portraits - Candids
400 Jewish Teenagers ture of the World Zionist Organi-
zation. The study project s also is
Restorations - Passports
Participate in Federally- sponsored by the United Syna-
gogue Commission on Jewish Edu-
Frames - Invitations
Funded Work Program cation.
*
*
NEW YORK (JTA) - -Some 409
Marilyn Shapiro's
Jewish teenagers from p.o.or fam-
NANCY AGRANOFF of Pine-
ilies in New York City are par- hurst St. was on the dean's list
ticipating in' an eight-week fed- at Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti-
23352 Farminton Rd.
erally-funded Neighborhood Youth tute for the 1971 spring semester.
Corps program administered by Miss Agranoff is majoring in
Farmington, Mich.
Torah Umesorah.
474-7762
mathematics at the Troy, N.Y.,
The 415 teenagers enrolled in school.
the program for the months of July
and August are working at least
27 hours a week and will earn
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
a total of nearly 3150,000 during
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA ?
the slimmer. The project, funded
through the Office of Economic
Opportunity and the Youth Serv-
ices Agency of New York City,
20500 JAMES COUZENS
concentrates on city teenagers who
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
are either actual or potental school
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations
dropouts.
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A spokesman for Torah Umeso-
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rah said that about 90 per cent
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of the 415 teenagers were Jews
Dine at the SCOTCH. & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
and he estimated that around 80
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per cent of them were from yes-
hivas and day schools, with a large
number from Hassidic families
where poverty is widespread. The
other 10 per cent, he said, were
Blacks and Puerto Ricans.

Larry Freedman

647-2367

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Mass Bar Mitzva Event
Held for War Orphans

KFAR CHABAD—Continuing a
practice of spiritually uplifting be-
reaved familities after the Six-Day
War, the Lubavich Chabad move-
ment in Israel held a mass Bar
Mitzva celebration for 24 orphans,
which was attended by thousands,
including government dignitaries.
The fourth annual observance
was held on the 12th of Tamuz,
(July 5) coincident with the anni-
versary of the liberation from Rus-
sian imprisonment of the late Lu-
bavitcher Rebbe, Joseph I. Schneer-
sohn.
Greetings were sent by Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar, a Luba-
vitcher adherent, who himself ten-
dered a special reception for the
boys prior to the celebration in
Kfar Chabad. He also sent a per-
sonal gift, a book, to each of the
boys.

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