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November 22, 1974 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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52—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BBYO
Business

Haifa U. Is Young and Vibrant

It will also give in-depth
By RABBI AARON PEARL
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.) _
training to school administra-
and engage
in ongoing
Israel's youngest university tors
research
and exchange
pro-

Y outh New s;5.

. . .

Youth to InstallUSY Officers

Beth Jacob Girls
Prepare for Parley

Beth Jacob School for Girl;
will host more than 500 girl
from throughout the coun'
and Canada du r in g th
Thanksgiving weekend for th
annual Beth Jacob interna
tional convention.
Thirty-two schools will b
represented. Delegates ar
expected from TennesseE
Connecticut, Maryland, Ca'
fornia, Colorado, Missour.
New Jersey, Massachusetts
Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvani
Montreal and Toronto.
The girls will be treated
sight-seeing tours, and wog
shops on Jewish law and cu
toms and Torah e
will be held. The c
at
theme is "Who Ha
Me According to His Will?'
Housing arra - --NI,Tie ,
chairmen are Mii. droll
berg and Minna it -u....1(-ov,
Other committee chairmE
are Gitel Cohen and I- ,-•
Teitelbaum, food; Rochel
Grevnin, Laurie Shanfi
and . Sheryl Sable, transpor
tion; and Judy Rosenzw
tours. Sima Brin is presider

ing 1:30 p.m. at the syna-
gogue Luncheon will be
served at the home of adviser
Steve Kideckel. For informa-
tion, call Steve, 968-1765.
Kadima, grades 7-8, will
host a special Marx Brothers
Film Festival 7:30 p.m. Dec.
Arnold J. Weiner, right, re-
7 in the synagogue social hall.
gional director of the Michi-
Youth groups are invited: The
gan region of the Bnai Brith
event marks the group's first
Youth Organization, present-
fund-raiser of the year. For
ed the Henry Monsky Chap-
information, call the adviser,
ter Achievement Award to
Sharon Landau, 545-6951.
Herzl AZA "for its outstand-
ing participation in the pro-
Talit and Tefilin holds ser-
gram of AZA and its fulfill-
vices, breakfast and bowling
ment of the aims and pur-
8:30 a.m. every Sunday. Any
poses of AZA in providing for
youngster, age 13 and older
the spiritual, mental and phy-
joining the group for the first
sical development of Jewish
time may attend that Sun-
youth." Accepting the award
day's activities free of
are, from left: Mel Monczak,
charge.
By JEFF GUYER
incoming chapter president;
For information, call Dan-
4th Grade
and Richard Kamen, outgoing
ny Kaplan at the synagogue
Election
days
at
Akiva
He-
chapter president.
brew Day School were held office, 548-9000, or at home,
*
Nov. 5 and 6. At 12:45, after 398-7422.
Theodor Herzl AZA of the elementary lunch period,
Windsor, has been selected the students went into the
as a recipient of the Henry auditorium to hear election
Monsky Chapter Achievement speeches. It began when Rab-
of
peace
in
the
Middle
East
time
archeology
and
studies.
which will include two uni-
Award, which is presented by bi Shuchatowitz announced
versity chairs, one in con- A visit to the campus shows the International Executive the Poetry Search winners,
temporary Arab-Jewish rela- a constant state of building Committee of the Aleph Za- then he called up the first
planning
for the air,
future.
tions and one in, the history and
There
is a creative
and dik Aleph.
people to speak. The assem-
Herzl AZA was one of 16 bly was over by 1:30.
Arab-Jewish
relations.
, of
Another
far-reaching
pro- the University of Haifa has AZA chapters throughout the
Tuesday morning was vot-
, gram has been the establish- already made an enviable U. S. and Canada s o honored.
IN ENGLISH
name for itself among the The award was presented at ing day and grades 4 and up
WITH
ment
of the
Carmel Center
for
Jewish
Humanism
which great centers of learning of the recent Herzl AZA Sweet- were allowed to vote. The
secret
by
voting
was
done
'
JULES and MARY ABRAMS
emphasizes the spiritual en- the world.
heart Dance and Instllation.
ballot. The results were as
*
Counters between the classi-
follows: president, Michael
News, Interviews and Beautiful Music
cal ideals of the past and the Young Israel Teen
Six AZA and Bnai Brith
Schwarzberg; vice president,
Every Monday, Wednesday and
best of contemporary ideals
Girls chapter advisers were
Group Plans Events in attendance this past week- Sue Kendler; treasurer, Sher-
and philosophies.
Thursday, 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
It is hoped that the center
Junior Young Israel Teens, end at the BBYO National Ad- ri Gardin; secretary, Sandra
will ultimately become a grades 6-8, will hold an oneg visers Institute held in Nia- Jubas; events chairman,
Brian White; editors, Annette
great s pi r it u al workshop Shabat 8 p.m. today at the gara Falls, N. Y.
Ryba and Cheryl Snow; 4th
where the best in Jewish phil- home of Debbie Engel, 24250
The institute was under- grade representative, Ira Fin-

osophy, morality, and values Gardner, Oak Park. There - written
by funds from the na-
will be a guest speaker, and tional organization of the kelstein; 5th grade, Philicia
of life will be discussed.
The university program refreshments will be served. Bnai Brith Women. The insti- Lantz and Shani Schreiber;
Officers for the coming tute was aimed at heightening 6th grade, David Karp; 7th
also include-S a school of fine
arts and, is the first such year are: president, Michael the awareness of the chapter grade, Reesa Bennett; 8th
school in Israel to offer de- Eisenberg; vice presidents, adviser in four major areas: grade, Michael Eisenberg;
grees in the arts rather than Robert •Kelman and Danny the role of the adviser, the 9th grade, Esther Mermel-
in art appreciation. There Koenigsberg; secretaries, group, the individual and the stein; 10th grade, Gail Ber-
lin; 11th grade, Howard Gins-
will also be a school of dra- Debbie Engel and Cheryl Ser- BBYO program.
burg; and 12th grade, Alan
ma which will maintain the vetter; and treasurer, Anita
Advisers attending from
Gordon.
tradition of the early theater Sin gal.
Michigan Region were Jerry
Halutzim grades 3-5 will Moss, : Brandeis AZA; Su-
in Israel.
Where there is ignorance
A s c h o o 1 of education hold a Shabat meeting 2:30 zanne MacWilliams, RaM-
which recognizes the crucial p.m. Saturday, at the home. BaM BBYO, Flint; Steffi you must bring knowledge,
need of Israel to have a dy- of adviser Hartley Harris, Koren's, Shalom Aviv BBG; where there is poverty, you
namic approach to education, 25611 Colleen, Oak Park. Natalynn Reinstein, Na'im must bring relief, and, most
is already a part of the Youngsters who wish to walk BBG; Ann Zuckman, Masada important, where there-is op-
school's planning. The school, to the meeting from Young BBG; and Sam Kamen, Herzl pression, you must bring
justice—Edward M. Keating
in addition to training teach- Israel 'of Greenfield will be AZA, Windsor.
erg, will propose concepts in met at the synagogue at 2
the fields of art- teaching, p.m. There will be games
YI Teens Plan
"metaplot" for kibutzim, ,re- and refreshments.
The second special event of Shabaton Weekend
training immigrant teachers,
ulpan teaching and school the year will be held for
Young Israel Teens, Na-
4-7-year-olds 1:30 p.m. Sun- tional Conference of Syna-
psychology.
day at Young Israel of Green-
gogue Youth, will host a
field. The Berry Puppet Shabaton the weekend of
EXCEPTIONAL PRE-HOLIDAY
BB Parley to Host
Theater will perform, and Nov. 29-30 at Young Israel of
cartoons will be shown.
OUTERWEAR SALE
Teen-Age Delegates For information, call Hart- Oak-Woods.
NCSY chapters from Wind-
STARTS FRIDAY, NOV. 22nd
WASI4INGTON — For the ley Harris, 968-3563.
sor, Toledo, West Bloomfield
first time in the 131-year
and Southfield will attend. A
history of Bnai Beith, dele- Lahav Announces mystery event is planned for
gates participating in its tri-
INFANTS, BOYS AND GIRLS TO SIZE 1-4
Nov. 30.
ennial international conven- Service, Hayride
Members between the ages
A Complete Selection
tion will include teen-agers.
Lahav, United Synagogue of 8-18 are invited, and there
Fifteen members of the Youth, will have a Havdala is a charge. For information,
Bnai Brith Youth Organiza- service 7 p.m. Saturdty at call Sheldon Mandlebaum,
YOU SAVE AT LEAST
tion will have all the rights Cong. Beth Achim. After- 547-4408, or Avi Lineman,
V' NY/
and obligations of adult dele- wards, there will be a hay- 968-1595.
A A
gates to the Bnai Brith con- ride at Longhorn Ranch, fol-
cJlr t./ ■ .1
vention which opened lowed by dinner.
YOU MUST SEE OUR DISTINCTIVE
There is a charge, but dri- Youth to See Movie
Wednesday in Jerusalem and
COLLECTION OF RESORT WEAR
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel
vers will be admitted free.
will conclude Thursday.
The historic change in the For information, call Dan youth group will see the
OPEN DAILY 9:30 'TM 6
23077 COOLIDGE HWY.
constitution of Bnai Brith, Levy, 357-0228, or Howard movie "The Odessa File"
LI
7_3715
CHARGE
CARDS HONORED 0 10
Sunday.
Members
will
meet
OAK PARK, MICH:
giving youth a significant Mitz, 548-0947.
1:15 p.m. tt the home of Ken
voice in the decision-making
V' 0 V' V' v V'
v V' Veik v
vAL V' 'v' V' V' 0'
v v V'
A man may build himself Jacobs, 16112 Addison, South-
process of Bnai Brith, was
4 4 4 4 4
non
FA 4w 4 4 4, 4 4 4 4. (is AwA,
4
4,
4,
field.
For
information,
call
a
throne
of
bayonets,
but
he
adopted almost unanimously
Ken,
557-9496,
or
David
Per-
at the triennial convention cannot sit on it.—William
ess, 851-4368.
held in Philadelphia in 1971. Ralph Inge

Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth will install
its officers for the coming
year during Shabat services
Saturday in the main sanctu-
ary. A luncheon will follow
for all members.
The group also will hold a
roller skating party Saturday,'
meeting 7 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. There is a charge.
The Giborim, grades 3-4,
will sponsor a hayride and
hot dog lunch Sunday, meet-

is
showing
all the its
signs
of to
grams
in all fields pertaining
youth,
namely,
rapid
education.
growth and its venture into
Perhaps one of the most
areas of education - and hu-
exciting undertakings is the
manistic exploration.
Experimental School, encour-
The University of Haifa has aging individual work at the
undertaken programs which students' own pace, address-
were labeled unthinkable a ing itself to the whole psych-
few years ago. And, these ological development of the
programs
have succeeded far child in addition to academic
beyond expectations.
Foremost, perhaps, is the training.
Another branch of the uni-
Center for Arab-Jewish Stu-
dies; enabling the building of versity is the school of hotel
bridges between these two management and administra-
peoples, through education. tion. The school of manage-
mutual understanding, and ment was opened to increase
the promotion of joint endea- the middle management lev-
els and to provide young peo-
vors.
The majority of Arab sec- ple faced with the choice of
no college work or a mainly
ondary school teachers in liberal arts program with the
Israel
have
obtained
their creative
alternative of a busi-
training
at Haifa
University
ness career.
and there are more Arab fac-
The School of maritime
ulty members teaching at the
University of Haifa than in studies deals in the practical
all other universities in aspects of Israel being a
maritime nation. The school
Israel.
Future plans for the Cen- has two main divisions, the
department
of school
maritime
com-
ter are geared to the service merce
and the
of mari-

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