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January 18, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-18

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Kalmanson to Head
Camp Gan-Israel
Here; Staff Needed

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Mordecai L. Kalmanson, edu-
cator and regional representative
of the released time program in
the New York public school sys-
tem, has arrived to conduct
Camp Gan-Israel as executive
director.
Camp Gan-Israel of Midwest
•at Linden, Mich., is one of a
world-network of summer camps
under the auspices of Merkos
L'inyonei Chinuch (Central Or-
ganization for Jewish Education)
serving the Jewish communities
in Israel, Australia, Brazil, Eng-
land, Italy, Canada, and in a
number of cities in the United
States. The camp serves boys
6-16 and girls 6-14.
Applications are being ac-
cepted for counselors, lifeguards,
and waiters. Write to. Camp Gan-
Israel, 17506 Wyoming. For in-
formation, call 869-0334.

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Between September, 1947,
and March, 1952, 1,116 Jewish
war orphans left the horror of
Europe, its concentration camps
and displaced persons' centers,
to build new lives in 38 Can-
adian communities. Last year,
only 237 of them could be trac-
ed. Prof. Ben Lappin of the Uni-
versity of Toronto School of
Social Work and author of "The
Redeemed Children: The Story

of the Rescue of War Orphans
by the Jewish Community of
Canada," published by the Uni-
versity of Toronto Press, tried
to find these people.
That he and the Canadian
Jewish Congress were able to
find so few is evidence of the
adjustment to normal life made
by most of the "redeemed."
The conspicuous successes are
found in the nationally-known
Winnipeg theater director; the
CBC graphic artist, actor and
writer; the Russian scholar who
has published the first of a
series of textbooks; the doctor
who is head of the research de-
partment of a Toronto hospital.
The conspicuous failures are
equally easy to discover: the
suicides, the mentally ill. The
large middle group cannot be

By RANDALL ZUSMAN

MISS JUDITH CASTLEMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castleman
of Renfrew Rd., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Judith Ann, to Michael F. Mes-
sitte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
B. Messitte of Bethesda, Md.
Miss Castleman is a senior at
Northwestern University and is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. Her fiance was 'gradu-
ated from the University of Cin-
cinnati Law School and is pre-
sently with the National Labor
Relations Board.
A June wedding is planned.

Thirteen handicapped ath-
letes, all members of Pan Amer-
ican Airways' Wheelchair Jets,
will tour Israel beginning Jan.
27 on a barnstorming trip to
demonstrate that disabled per-
sons can lead full lives both at
work and play.
The Wheelchair Jets will
travel through Israel on invita-
tion of the Spewack Sports Club
for the Handicapped, an Israel
Foundation for Infantile Paraly-
sis project.
They-mayor and municipality
of Ramat Gan, Israel, where the
Spewack Club is located, will be
official hosts to the Jets. The
American team will stay at
Maccabi Village.
Competing against members
of the Spewack Club in wheel-
chair basketball, table tennis,
swimming and field events, the
Pan Am Jets will visit Jeru-
salem, Haifa, Tel Aviv, Carmel,
Nazrath, Timerias, Kibbutz Af-
fikim and Eliat.
Members of the team are em-
ployees of Pan American Air-
ways which was named "Em-
ployer of the Year-1962" be-
cause of its record in the em-
ployment of paraplegics and
other physically-handicapped
persons."

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Casting for "Finian's Rain-
bow" has been completed, two
sets have been designed, cos-
tume planning is under way and
two "read throughs" have been
held. Those included among the
cast are Janice Saul, Nancy
Garlock, Celia Rosenthal, Figgy
Klinger, Ron Tauber, Arney
Feigelman, Dave Goldstein, Jim
Voss, Terry Eichendorn and
Claire Gotberg.
The Mathematics Club is
looking forward to a trip to
Michigan State University Oak-
land to study comptors.
The Junior Class has been
looking forward to the selection
of class rings. There is a choice
of six designs and delivery in
June is expected.
Congratulations are in order
for our debating team after
winning 10 straight matches.
Now Southfield holds second
place.
Final exams are scheduled
for the week of Jan. 21-24.
There will be no classes on the
25th.
Now that the talent show
tryouts have taken place we
can look forward to some out-
standing entertainment on Jan.
26th. The nine best acts from
those who had auditioned will
be presented.
Southfield's schools p 1 a n
joining a new league. A contest
will be held among the partici-
pating schools for a name for
the association. Each school
will subniit three names on
Feb. 6. A student council com-
mittee has been formed to set
up procedures for the contest.
The association will offer
school alignment in boys' ath-
letics, G.A.A., forensics, stu-
dent government and student
publications.
The Art Club will sponsor
a winter art exhibit next
month. Entries in the show
will be exhibited by a jury of
people professionally engaged
in the arts. Any student may
enter the exhibit. All works
must be original. No copies
will be allowed. Entries will be
exhibited in the Little Gallery,
the best works receiving prizes
and entry in the local Scholastic
Art Awards contest, which is
sponsored by Crowley's and
The Detroit News. Students
who wish information should
contact Charles Fensch.

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found; they are simply making
a go of things.
The humanitarian project
which brought these youngsters
to Canada is recounted in detail
in "The Redeemed Children."

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