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February 27, 1987 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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YOUTH

Kiss Flowers
Good-Bye!

Go Balloonies

851-5055

Israel Teen Trip Planned

Wayne State University
Near Eastern and Asian Studies
Center for Judaic Studies
B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation, WSU

The Max Kapustin Memorial Symposium

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THE SHAPING OF THE BIBLICAL WORLD

The fourth Israel teen mis-
sion, modeled after the Jewish
Welfare Federation missions
to Israel and sponsored by
Tamarack Camps and the
Jewish Community Center,
will be conducted July 13 to
Aug. 21 for qualified high
school students completing the
11th and 12th grades.
Twenty students from the
Detroit area will join 20 stu-
dents from the city of Ramla,
Detroit's Project Renewal
community in Israel, for tour-
ing the country, and living
with their Israeli host families.
The touring program in-
cludes 12 days in Jerusalem,
seven days in the Negev and
Arava, eight days in the Galil
and the northern Mediterra-
nean coast. Activities include
celebrating Shabbat at the
Western Wall, desert camping
and hiking, snorkeling, kayak-
ing and innertubing.
Prior to the trip there will be
three weekly seminars on Is-
raeli culture, customs, and his-
tory including a Hebrew ulpan,
and following the trip partici-
pants will work for a period of
time in local Jewish agencies
in salaried positions.
The trip leaders are Billy
and Risa Strauss, who have led
the trip for the past three
years.
Logistical support, including
transportation, housing, tour

guides and equipment is pro-
vided by the Youth and
HeHalutz Department of the
Jewish Agency in Israel.
Scholarships for the program
are available through
Tamarack Camps. Applicants
may also apply for a loan from
the Hebrew Free Loan Society.
For information or brochure,
call Tamarack Camps, 661-
CAMP.

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Akiva Announces
Spelling Champs

Deborah Kovsky is the win-
ner of the Akiva Hebrew Day
School spelling bee for stu-
dents in grades five to eight. A
seventh grade student, De-
borah is the daughter of Mrs.
Anne Kovsky of West Bloom-
field. Deborah was named the
grand prize winner in the re-
cent "We Are One" poster con-
test sponsored by The Jewish
News and the Jewish Welfare
Federation.
Individual Akiva spelling
bee grade winners are: Miriam
Gitelman, grade eight; Miriam
Braunstein, grade six; and
Janice Letvin, grade five.
Deborah will represent
Akiva in the regional spelling
competition to be held in
March at the Lawrence Insti-
tute of Technology in South-
field.

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ON THE AIR

NATIONAL
JEWISH
TELEVISION: 1-4 p.m. Sun-

New Trends in Biblical Studies

Peter Machinist — University of Michigan
Monday, March 2, 3:30 p.m. • 226 Manoogian Hall, WSU

From Creation to Abraham
The Shaping of the Biblical Universe

Zvi Abush — Brandeis University

day, Continental Cable Chan-
nel 11, includes "Hello
Jerusalem," at 2 p.m., Booth
Communications Channel 53,
6 p.m. Mondays. •

HA-KOL: THE JEWISH
VOICE: 6:30 a.m. Sunday,

WDET-FM (101.9), David
Techner of the Ira Kaufman
Chapel, and Miriam Ciesla
begin a four-part series on
Death and Dying; music from
the Israel Broadcasting Serv-
ice.

THE JEWISH SOUND: 11
p.m. Sunday, WNIC-AM
(1310). Rabbi Yitzchak Kagan
is the moderator.

COFFEE WITH HY: 8 p.m.

Monday, March 2, 8 p.m. • Adat Shalom
29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills

Admission Free

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Friday, February 27, 1987

YIDDISH IS HEIMISH: 8:30

p.m. Monday, WCAR (1090),
an all-Yiddish program of
music, news, interviews and
other features with Hy
Shenkman.

CAFE SHALOM: 9 p.m.
Monday, WCAR (1090), music,
news and features from Israel

Wayne State University

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Monday, WCAR (1090), a pro-
gram of community interest
moderated by Hy Shenkman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

plus community announce-
ments, with Bella Greenbaum,
Masha Silver and Fay Knoll.

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JEWISH TELEVISION
MAGAZINE: Every Tuesday

at 8 p.m. and every Sunday at 4
p.m. on Continental Cablevi-
sion Channel 11 in Oak Park,
Lathrup Village, Southfield
and West Bloomfield. Also,
every Monday at 4:30 p.m. and
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on
Booth Communications'
Channel 11 in Beverly Hills,
Bingham Farms, Birmingham
and Franklin Village. Pro-
grams this month include an
update of Project Otzma
(Jewish Service Corps) volun-
teers in Israel, seven of whom
are from Detroit; excerpts from
Natan Shcharansky's address
to the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations' General Assembly.

Beth Achim Plans
Las Vegas Night

The men's club of Cong. Beth
Achim will sponsor a Las
Vegas Night at 8 p.m. March 7
at the synagogue.
Admission includes $2 worth
of chips. Tickets will be avail-
able at the door. Prizes will be
awarded.

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