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May 05, 1978 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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Friday, May 5, 1918 35

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Detroit Students in Israel
in Exchange Program

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TEMPLE BETH EL
SINGLES FORUM will

present a series, "Solo
Flight," beginning 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the temple.
Successive programs will
take place May 17 and 24.
Nadine Belle will conduct
the series. There is a charge.
For information, call
Laurie Graff, 237-0977, or
626-0977, or Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz, 851-1100.
* * *

Detroit students who are in Israel participating in
the America-Israel Student Exchange program,
sponsored by the America-Israel Friendship League,
are, from left Holly Golightly, Daniel Rakinic, Nancy
Smith, Michael Dotson and Toni Washington. The
students attend Cass Technical and Cooley High
Schools.
' a-
Detroit Public Schools an educational organiz
will send a contingent of tion comprised of 28 of
the
United
States'
largest
"ambassadors" to Israel in
an effort to do its part to in- urban school systems.)

All funding for the stu-
crease intercultural under-
standing between the U.S. dent exchange is provided
through grants from the
and its Mideastern ally.
These "ambassadors" are U.S. State Department and
10th and 11th grade high Israel's Ministry of Educa-
school students selected tion to the America-Israel
from Detroit's Cass Techni- Friendship League.
The Detroit students, who
cal and Cooley High
Schools. They will partici- left for Israel Saturday, are:
pate in a month-long stu- Michael Dotspn of Cooley
dent exchange program, High School, and Holly
along with 25 other stu- Golightly, Daniel Rakinic,
dents, who represent five Nancy Smith and Toni
other school systems from Washington, all from Cass
Technical High School.
around the country.
The Dallas, Cleveland,
Called the America-
Israel Student Exchange Chicago, San Francisco and
New
York school systems
Program, the project is
sponsored by the also will join the exchange.
America-Israel Friend- Dr. Ethel Washington,
ship League, acting in supervisor of home econom-
cooperation with the ics education for Detroit
Council of Great City Public Schools will accom-
Schools. (The Council is piny the Detroit group.

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES will hear group

therapist and marriage
counselor Tova Milinsky 8
p.m. Sunday at the main
Jewish Community Center
complex. Ms. Milinsky will
speak on "The Second Time
Around." There is a charge.
For information, call Ann
Klempner, 557-3698; Bea
Braun, 357-4369; or
Dorothy Shapiro, 557-2599.
Singles age 30 and up are
invited. The group goes
bowling every second and

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fourth Sunday of the month NITY CENTER single
at Oak Park Lanes at 9:15 young adult department
p.m. Regular meetings are will sponsor "A Night of
held the first and third Sun- Fun and Games" 8 p.m.
days of the month and an Tuesday in the main Center
open board meeting is held 8 complex. There is a charge,
p.m. the second Monday of and participants are re-
each month at the 10 Mile quested to bring games.
Jewish Center.
* * *
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MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will

have a "new faces party" 8
p.m. Sunday in the Walden
Woods Apts. club house.
"New faces" will be admit-
ted at a reduced charge. Re-
freshments will be served.
Singles age 18-40 are in-
vited. Admission is nomi-
nal.

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* * *
JEWISH COMMU-

The "Ford Diamond
Jubilee Recipe Collection"
of 600 recipes from leading
U.S. and Canadian restaur-
ants, has been published by
the Ford Consumer Publi-
cations Department to
commemorate Ford Motor
Co.'s 75th anniversary.
The 176-page hardcover
volume also includes stories
on gourmet and game cook-
ing and the variety of
regional and ethnic foods
found in the United States
and Canada.
The "Ford Diamond
Jubilee Recipe Collection"
is available at Detroit-area
bookstores, or write Ford
Books, Box 60, Dearborn
dentists, nurses and pup- 48121.
peteers.
More than 2000 Michigan
Ros Gilson is the direc- firms engage in world trade.

tor of the Beth Hayeled,
which has an accredited
kindergarten and spon-
sors a parent-toddler
class. The Beth Hayeled
is licensed by the state.

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For information, call Mrs.
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Music Festival

Cranbrook Festival '78
will take place Thursday
through May 13 at Christ
Church Cranbrook.
Among the artists per-
forming for the festival are
violinist and conductor
Joseph Silverstein, soprano
Phyllis Curtin, Gilbert
Kalish, the Boston Sym-
phony Chamber Players,
the Wayne State University
Chamber Choir and the
Baldwin-Wallace Brass
Quintet. Tickets are avail-
able at Hudson's.

Levin Beauty Supply

Joey Selesny is shown
holding a kidush cup,
emphasizing one of the
aspects of the Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Beth
Hayeled (nursery
school), religious obser-
vance, while secular sub-
jects also are part of the
nursery program.

646 0911'

Moo tiro S, 10 to 5.30
Timms to 9 pm
Apposite!. by Appob000mo

Ford Motor Co.
Cookbook Printed

SZ Beth Hayeled Slates
Week-Long Open House

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
Beth Hayeled — nursery
school — will conduct an
open house Monday
through May 12 at the
synagogue. Hours of the
open house are 9-11 a.m.
and 1-3 p.m.
The nursery school offers
religious observance and
secular training for the stu-
dents. The creative program
contributes to all phases of a
young child's development.
The program provides the
children with many learn-
ing experiences. For exam-
ple, they learn about music
from Janet Pont and Ed
Waldman teaches wood-
working. Special visitors to
the classes have been an
American Indian family, a
dancer, a high school band,

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