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March 17, 1972 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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_ THE DETROIT -JEWISH NEWS 1,1{1.°62.recegir4

34—Friday, March 17, 1972

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Students Advised That scholarships
to Camp and Israel Are Now Available

The Woman's Auxiliary o the
United Hebrew Schools announces
that 1972 scholarships are -now
available to students of the United
Hebrew Schools.

Personalized Party
Mementos
Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.

MARCIA MASSERNAN

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'These include:
...Summer Hebrew-speaking camps;
Study tours to Israel for Hebrew
high school graduating seniors;
Esther Berman Graduate Award
Fund-to college-age students who
are --&ratinates of :the United He-
brew Schools and have attended
the Midrasha or taken comparable
courses at a university level; and
Bessie Cohen Teaching Training
Fund—to students training to be
be Hebrew teachers.
Applications should be sent to
Mrs. George Gantz, scholarship
chairman, 19621 Canterbury, De-
troit 48221 (861-1315)._ A duplicate
application should be sent to the
office of the United Hebrew
Schools. Applications 'deadline is
April 10.

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Coffee House With an Israeli Accent

2 Months Old and Raring to Go

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The songs were Israeli, but the (Center).
Notably absent from-, the belt
beat was unmistakably American
as another Israeli coffee house got cafe is any heavy-handed chap.,
off to a hand-clapping start Sun- eronage. Rather, -the advisers join
day evening at the 10 Mile Jew- in the activity without taking overt,
— Or-
On Sunday, for example, the Pe-
ish Center.
Since this was Bnei Akiva's turn ' legs taught the group an Israeli"
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to present the program; it was no song, not of Hava Nagila vintage,
)
accident that the fellow behind but popular among, young° Sabras.
the electric organ was wearing a
What "the--twomonth-old Moe::
cloa Israeli is desigiia do_i_s-
yarmulka.'
Tha' t Thf:
Other yarmulkes, some blue
provide a comfortable. Sunday'
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Hashomer Hatzair shirts and a
night atmosphere for teens 'Who -
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P. E m 0 EAND
fair_ representation of non-organi- are looking for fun but have
zational jeans and shirts were scat-
few places to rind it.
tered—some 50 strong—throughout
One Hashahar girl commented
the room. The Jewish Youth -Coun- that until she ca-me to the coffee -
cil, which sponsors the "belt - cafe" houses, she had never known any-
(coffee house) wishes there were one from Hashomer Hatzair. But
greater attendance by nonaffiliated she's found out that "They're nice
teens, but it's hard to see where kids." —C. D.
they'd have room to sit. Some
Suilday nights, attendance at the
weekly gathering goes even higher.
On this particular evening, Bnei
Akiva conducted an open forum on
Renovated
Made to Order
the question "Who Is a Jew?" In
a setting that is rarely, if ever,
342-9448
provided elsewhere, Orthodox, Con-
1 5144W. 7 Mile Rd.
servative, Reform and secularist-
oriented youth each had their say
on. the issue.
Atmosphere in the "Moadon

Visraeli" is low-key, with soft

lights, easy cbafrs and deep pile
mustard yellow carpiting-,-de-


signed for floor sitting. An ad-

joining room is smoothly tiled
• •
'for the folk dancing and socializ-
ing that follow the program.
Marion Feuermari

Eleanor Heyman
The Jewish Youth Council also •
uses the lounge for its planning •
We are now accepting your furs in our new, enlarged
meetings, which precede the Sun- •
building. Monday thru Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. - . .
day night coffee houses. Dan. •
No Phone Calls, Please,

- -
Drachler is chairman.
Constituent groups of the coun- •
WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS, JACKETS,
cil which take turns presenting •
STOLES, FUN FURS, PERSIANS, FUR TRIMMED.
the programs, include Hashahar, • •
SWEATERS, etc. WITH FAST RESULTS.
Habonim, _Hashomer Hatzair, Bnai
Brith, Shaarey Zedek United Syna- •
gogue Youth and Bnei Akiva. Next •
13661 W. 11 Mile, just west of Coolidge.
week, former Detroit- youth leader •
Oak Park, Mich.
Allan Leventen will relate his ex- •
periences of adjustment to Israel
and the army. On March 26, Is-
rael educator Ezri Uval will
NOW AVAILABLE AT
speak. Other programs have cov-
ered Jewish humor, poetry and
aspects of Israeli culture. Projects,
OF DETROIT
such as an Erev Yom Ha'Atzmaut
parade and program also are
_Warmed by the council (see story
Orders may be placed
below). -
at any of our branches.
The Israeli accent of the coffee
house is traceable to four young
shlikhim (advisers) and the di-
rector of the Jewish Center's He-
brew plepartment: Amotz and Nu-
rit Peleg (Habonim), Chaim Hop-
..5 man (Ethel Akiva),- Avraham Shur
g (Hashomer) and - Eliav Naharin
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BankAmericard . . Master Charge .. . Diners

Independence Day
Parade, Program

All Jewish youth groups in the
community. are invited to partici-
pate in an Erev Yom Ha'atzmaut
(Israel Independence Day) parade
and program 4:30 p.m. April 18.
The -parade will proceed from
Cong. Beth Shalom to the 10- Mile
branch of the Jewish Center,
where a celebration will take
place. Observance of the holiday
is
held simultaneously in Israel.
One of the
Among the groups which have
Cuscino1 collection
indicated their participation to
. by Life Stride
date are Hashahar, Hashomer
Hatzair, Bnei Akiva, Habonim,
Bnai Brith and Shaarey Zedek
:41 United Synagogue Youth. All
others which would like to be in-
cluded in the April 18 program
•:K may call Dan Drachler, chairman
of the Jewish Youth Council, 645-
AI k1a
9116, or the Center Hebrew de-
partment, DI 24400.
A mee ti n-g for all interested
young people will be held 6:30

Jewish Center.

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ALL SETS ARE SERIALLY NUMBERED 1-100,000

Also available:

1972 Jerusalem Specimen Set in wallet

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