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August 15, 1975 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth
News

BBYO

Activities

Five Students
Win Federation
Essay Contest

Five Detroit area Jewish
students have won prizes in
the historical essay contest
sponsored by the Jewish
Welfare Federation and
United Jewish Charities.

Richard Korn, a 12th
grade student at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek's high
school, took honors in the
senior high. school students'
competition with his entry
titled "The Federation
Apartments: a Time for
Success."

Disraeli Chapter, Bnai
Brith Girls, will hold its
third annual "Skating
Scramble" for Muscular
Dystrophy 7 p.m. Wednes-
day at Ambassador Roller
Rink in Clawson. Proceeds
will go to Muscular Dystro-
phy. There is an admisSion
charge. For information,
call Phyllis Klaper,
851-4228.

Yavneh Plans
Annual Parley

AZF

say on Sinai Hospital, and
Hillel's Nancy Frank,
eighth grade, for her entry
about the Jewish Home for
Aged.

The contest, which was
open to students in Detroit
area Jewish schools, was
organized by the Federa-
tion-Charities Joint Anni-
versary Celebration (JAC)
committee.

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Will Have Variety of Seminars in Israel

NEW YORK — A semi-
nar for parents of children
studying in Israel; a mission
for academicians; an educa-
tional tour for clergy; and
the holding of a national
board meeting of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation were
launched this month by the
AZF to take place this corn-
ing year.

The AZF study programs,
which are being imple-
mented by the Israel Semi-
nars Foundation, also in-
clude seminars for
journalists, a conference for
AZF national ,professional
staff members, and trips for
radio, televisiQn and organi-
zational information offi-
cers.

NEW YORK — Yavneh,
the National Religious - Jew-
ish Students Association,
will convene for its 16th
annual Labor Day conven-
tion, Aug. 28-Sept. 1 at
Two eighth grade stu- C.mp Moshava in Indian
dents at Hillel Day School, Orchard, Pa. More than 250
David Raizman and Michael students from colleges and
Burlant, netted top honors universities in the United
in the junior high category States and Canada are ex-
with a photo-and-text team pected to attend.
The theme of the conven-
entry on the Jewish Home
tion, "Jewish Ethics; Re-
for Aged.
sponsibility and Dilemma"
Second and third prizes will be carried' out in
in the junior high competi- classes and in lectures.
tion went to Temple Israel
For information, contact
student Patricia Seyburn, Yavneh, 156 Fifth Ave., New
seventh grade, for her es- York, N.Y. 10010.

Mrs. Faye Schenk, pres-
ident of the AZF, said that
these travel programs will
help bring various groups
and professions to see Is-
rael "as it is." and thus
better communicate to
American citizens the
spirit and reality of the
Jewish state.

Seminars are slated for
English-Jewish newspaper
reporters, editors and col-
umnists; AZF professional
staff; parents of children
attending year programs
sponsored by the American
It is necessary to have a
knowledge of the world, be-
sides a knowledge of the
Holy Law.
—The Talmud

Zionist Youth Foundation,
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion's departments of educa-
tion and culture, and Torah
education and culture;
American Friends of the
Hebrew University; Ameri-

can Friends of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity; American Friends
of Bar-Ilan University, and
Sherut La'am; Christian
clergy; community relations
personnel and the general
press.

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William Winman
Tickets Are On Sale Daily From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

and All Day Sundays.

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N O W

IS THE TIME TO

Place Your New Year Greetings in

Men's Clubs Offer
Seminar in Israel

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs will,hold its
leadership study seminar
Oct. 20-Nov. 3 in Israel. Tak-
ing as its theme, "Ascent to
Zion", the seminar will pur-
sue its goals of brotherhood
and study ill Jerusalem,
Galilee, Haifa and Tel Aviv.
An unusual aspect of this
tour is the arrangement
whereby land arrangements
up to the amount of $446 in
Israeli currency may be
paid through the redemp-
tion of State of Israel
Bonds. This can be done
with no difficulty at any
hank in the lobby of a hotel
upon presentation of a pass-
port.
Among the highlights of
the tour will he a reception
giyen by the President of
Israel, Prof. Ephraim Kat-
zir, and a reception of folk-
lore program given by
Moshe Kol, minister of tour-
ism. In Jerusalem, Mayor
Teddy Kollek will sponsor a
reception at the Israel Mu-
seum prior to the dedication
of the National Federation
Plaque at the Jerusalem
Student Center of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary.
The cost includes round
trip flight from New York
double occupancy. in five-
star hotels, sightseeing by
air - conditioned motor
coaches with English speak-
ing guides and daily Israeli
brekfasts. Registration f0
of $35 per person covers spe-
cial social programs.
For brochures and reser-
vations, write National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's
Clubs, 475 Riverside Dr.,
New York, N.Y. 10027, or
call any district office of El
Al Israel Airlines.

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