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February 08, 1974 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36—Friday, February 8, 1974

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

Israel Award Judges Picked

The officers of the Syna-
gogue Schools Association of
Metropolitan Detroit (Inde-
p e n d en t Congregational
Schools) have appointed a
selection committee to screen
applicants and award five
outstanding high school stu-
dents each a $1,000 scholar-
ship to visit Israel next sum-
mer.
The Israel Award scholar-
ships have been provided by
the Nathan and Meyer Fish-
man Family Foundation for
students age 15-18 in a Jew-

ish high school in the tri-
county area.
Committee members in-
clude Dr. Samuel Krohn,
chairman. who is past pres-
ident of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
and the Jewish Community
Council; Bernard E. Linden,
past president of Temple Is-
rael and president of the
board of governors, Reform
College of Jewish Studies;
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; Rabbi Max
Kapustin, Hillel director at
Wayne Sta t e University;
James J. Levbarg, education-
al director of Temple Beth
El; and Dr. Sidney Selig, ex-
ecutive secretary of the Syn-
agogue Schools Association.
For applications, interested
high school students may
contact Dr. Selig, 14601 W.
Lincoln, Oak Park 48237.

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There have been many ac-
tivities at Hillel this month,
including the raffle in which
many students and teachers
won prizes.
The Harrison High School
Choir from Farmington per-
formed for the junior high
and high school recently.
Among the eighth grade's
fund-raising activities were
bagel-selling, and the sale of
popcorn and other snacks.
The students are planning a
musical-dramatic production
of "Pygmalion" and "My
Fair Lady."
The ninth grade will show
"The Poseidon Adventure" 2
p.m. Sunday at the school.
There is an admission
charge, and the public is in-
vited.

Teen Project Blends
Work With Travel

NEW YORK—High school
students wanting to spend
seven weeks in Israel, con-
tributing directly to the peo-
ple and the land and not just
as tourists, are invited to
look into the ORT Youth Fel-
lowship (OYF) summer-work
project.
Sponsored by Women's
American ORT, OYF began
last year as a national youth
movement designed to
strengthen Jewish identity
through contact with ORT
students around the world
and as a volunteer service
organization. The summer
program is an integral part
of OYF but is open to non-
members.
Highlights of the trip in-
clude four weeks of renovat-
ing or constructing buildings,
parks or museums, where
such skills as welding, the
use of power tools, machine
repair and landscaping will
be taught.
Time will also be spent liv-
ing with the families of ORT
high school students and ex-
cavating at an important
archeological site. A week of
camping in the desert and
mountains and field trips
throughout the land also are
planned.
For applications and infor-
mation, write the ORT Youth
Fellowship, 1250 Broadway,
New York 10001.

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Taking Applications

MISTY Parley at Temple Israel

Temple Israel Youth Group
will sponsor the annual win-
ter conclave of Michigan
State Temple Youth today
through Sunday at the tem-
ple.
Delegates from ail over
state will begin registration
today for discussion of the
conference theme, "Halakha
(Jewish Law) and Sexual
Mores."
Following Shabat dinner in
the homes of members of
Temple Israel families, del-
egates will attend Sabbath
services at the temple.
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme, as-
sistant director of education
for the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, will
speak on "A Challenge to Be
Authentic."
Saturday morning, Rabbi
Syme will keynote the Shabat
session, which will follow a
creative service by MSTY
members. Dan Levin, MSTY
president from Temple Erna-
nu-El, Grand Rapids, will de-
liver the sermon.
Workshop sessions, socio-

dramas and discussions will
highlight the conference pro-
gram, which closes noon Sun-
day.
At a board meeting in
Jackson, MSTY agreed to
contribute funds to the De-
troit Action Committee on
Soviet Jewry for the "adop-
tion" of a Jewish family in
Kiev. Patricia Proctor of the
United Farm Workers, de-
scribed the plight of migrant
workers and asked MSTY's
support of the lettuce boycott.

Camp Gan Israel
Registration Open

Fraidel Segal, Mishkan
Israel nursery teacher, an-
nounces that applications are
being accepted for the spring
semester, now under way.
Nursery hours are 12:30-3
p.m., Monday through Thurs-
day.
The program includes a
free-play period, arts and
crafts, m u s i c, language,
snacks and a weekly Shabat
party. Outdoor play is held
as weather permits.
A drive will start to raise
money for a playground. The
nursery has doubled to more
than 20 since September, and
a kindergarten is planned for
next September. For infor-
mation, call the synag
office, 548-2666.

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do more work than both his
hands.

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Proceeds of Dinner

Cong. Bnai David's Kochav
Youth will have an oneg to Aid Mental Health
Shabat 9 p.m. today at the
NEW YORK—Joel Finkle.
home of Marcia and Janet president of the American
Fink, 23680 Coyle, Oak Park. Friends of the Jerusalem
Kochav will participate at Mental Health Center, has
Shabat services 8:30 a.m. announced the appointment
Saturday at the synagogue. of Saul Schiff as chairman
Participants include Stuart of the Sarah Herzog Test:-
Hershman, Jonny Liebman, monial Dinner souvenir jour-
Jay Nitzkin, Michael, nal committee.
Ronnie
Schwarzberg,
The dinner for Mrs. Her-
Schwarzberg, Bruce Tenen- zog will take place Feb. 24 at
baum and Brian White. Fol- the New York Hilton Hotel.
lowing services, the group
The minister of defense
will join Rabbi Solomon
has officially designated the
Poupko at a Shabat luncheon. Jerusalem Mental Health
At 7:45 that evening, Ko-
Center to service the families
chav will see "Hamlet" at of casualties and missing
the Hilberry Classic Theater. soldiers.
On Feb. 15, Kochav will
The center is officially re-
travel to Pittsburgh to par-
ticipate in the National Con- sponsible for community
ference of Synagogue Youth health for half of the city of
Central East District Shaba- Jerusalem. Proceeds from
the dinner for Mrs. Herzog
ton.
For information, call Jack will benefit the hospital.
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