BY RANDY ZUSMAN
for Next Issue
World Medical Relief Gets Portion
of Dr. Barnett Estate from Zionists
Due to loss of working
hours occasioned by the oc-
currence of New Year's Day
on Wednesday, there will
be an earlier deadline for
all copy submitted to The
Jewish News for our next
All copy must reach us at
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tained for the following
week's issue, if timely,
otherwise will have to be
Deadline for all Classified
Ads for the next issue will
be at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
"Showboat" has been selected
as Southfield High's Spring
Musical to be presented on
March 13, 14, 20 and 21.
"Showboat" boasts a cast of
60 - 70, with approximately 10
leading roles, a factor largely
responsible for the selection of
Auditions for the musical
which is set against a Southern
The Zionist Organization of Detroit recently contributed a large
background and from which
portion of the estate of the late Dr. Saul Barnett to the World _ CD es
originates such popular songs
Medical Relief, Inc. Judge Ira G. Kaufman, president of the
as "You Are Love, "Make Be-
MRS. SHELDON LOPATIN
ZOD, appointed Dr. Bernard Weston, chairman of this project.
lieve," "Bill," "After the Ball,"
In a double-ring candellight "01' Man River," and 'Can't
Dr. Weston was assisted by David Zellman, Dr. Sanford A. Ben-
ceremony at Cong. Bnai Moshe, Help Lovin' Dat Man," have
nett, Dr. Alex Friedlaender and Dr. Eugene Pious. The estate
Detroi ter Stays
Joanne Ruth Lieb er m a n, been held.
consisted of furniture and medical equipment. Shown, from
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
left, are David Zellman, Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Mrs. L. G.
Southfield debaters dis- in Jail, Won't
ing Lieberman of Steel Ave., cussed their way to a tie for
Auberlin, World Medical Relief, Inc., president; Dr. Bernard
was wed to Sheldon Ross Lo- first place in the Flint
Weston and Dr. Sanford A. Bennett.
patin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Northern Invitational Tourna- Support Bias
Hyman Lopatin of Kipling Ave., ment. Their 6-0 won-lost re-
Detroiter Mrs. Hope Van
Oak Park. Rabbi Moses Lehman cord was matched only by Riper, 21, is spending the holi- National Council of Jewish Women
and Cantor Klein officiated.
Ann Arbor High School. day season in a Hillsboro (N.
The bride wore a gown of Among the members of the C.) jail because she would not to Present Distin guished Lecturers
ivory satin peau de soie with Southfield team are Randy "contribute any money to the
Two unusually interesting members of the National Coun-
a scoop neckline and bell skirt, Silverston, Alice Bagdade, structure that supports this sys- events
are in store for members cil of Jewish Women. Inter-
appliqued with lace and seed Martin Stoneman, Sue Mar- tem of segregation:"
Section, National ested persons may call the
pearls, and a detachable train. rich and Nancy Garlock.
Council of Jewish Women, ac- Council office at UN 3-5427.
She wore a matching pill box
Manuscripts have been turned and daughter of Mrs. Dorothy c o r d i n g to announcements
hat with a three-tier silk im- in to The Detroit News for the C. Turkel, 2760 W. Seven Mile,
ported illusion veil and carried southeastern Michigan Schol- and Dr. Henry Turkel, 8000 W. made this week by committee Chajes' New York
an arrangement of stephanotis astic Writing Awards Contest. Seven Mile, Mrs. Van Riper was chairmen.
Mrs. Paul Broder, mental to Be Presented by
on a confirmation Bible.
The deadline for all entries is sentenced Dec. 12 for trespass-
ing in a sit-in demonstration health chairman, and her com- Center Symphony
Matron of honor was Rochelle Jan. 11.
mittee have planned a lecture
Lieberman, sister-in-law of the
Competition is open to stu- case.
Theme and Variations, a new
A member of the Congress of by. Judge James H. Lincoln,
bride. Bridesmaids were Lydia dents in sixth through 12th
Ekus, Audrey Grant and Joyce grades in any schools located Racial Equality (CORE), she Probate Court, Juvenile Di- composition by Julius Chajes,
Sherman. Best man was Irwin in Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, chose to spend 30 days in jail vision, on the "Battered Baby conductor of the Center Sym-
Syndronie," to be given 12:30 phony Orchestra, will be fea-
Lopatin. Ushers were Arthur Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw rather than pay a fine.
She was arrested with 33 oth- p.m. Jan. 14 at the home of tured at the concert Jan. 7 at
Lieberman, Stewart Bernath, and Wayne counties.
er persons, including her hus- Mrs. John Hollister, 19360 Ren- the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Arnold Golden and Stewart
Last year, over 1000 of the band, but only four have gone frew. A dessert luncheon will
Soloist will be Jerome Jell-
10,000 manuscripts turned in
nek, professor of cello at the
Following a honeymoon in earned awards. Dictionaries, to court so far. Peter Van Riper precede the lecture.
University of -Michigan in Ann
Mrs. Donald Schiff, chairman
Chicago, the couple will reside gold keys and certificates were is the son of Dr. Steven L. Van
Jelinek will be heard in
on Appleton Ave.
of the Northwest - Southfield Dvorak's Cello ConcertO.
given to the top winners.
group, announces a lecture se- Weber's Overture to "Oberon"
The top regional awards are
ries on the school-age child, and Haydn's Symphony No. 102
Offer Study Plan
sent to New York for judging
entitled "Facing The World as are also listed on the program.
at Hebrew U. for
Parents With Our Children," to Tickets are available at the Cen,
by Scholastic Magazines. Last
held on alternate Thursday ter Cashier.
year, 20 students in -South-
The American Student Pro- eastern Michigan won national of W. Parkway Ave. announce mornings beginning Jan. 9 at
There is not a man who does
gram for one year study at the awards, including first awards, the marriage of their daughter, -the Carl Sandburg Branch, Li-
Hebrew University of Jerusalem certificates of commendation Frances Kay, to Mitchell Leon- vonia Public Library, 30100 W. not suffer.—Midrash.
ard Shiffman, son of Mr. and Seven Mile.
has been launched for the 10th and college scholarships.
Arranged under the guidance
consecutive year, it was an-
There are twenty five Mrs. Victor Shiffman of Hart-
of Ralph Abramowitz, execu-
nounced by Prof. Oscar I. Ja- classifications that can be en- well Ave., Dec. 31.
tive director of "The Orchards,"
nowsky of the City College of tered. They range from a 12-
Council's residential treatment
New York, chairman of this pro- line poem to a 2,500 word Maccabian Veteran
home for young c-h i l d r e n,
gram sponsored by the Ameri- historical article. Other cate-
speakers will be Abramowitz;
can Friends of the Hebrew gories cover almost any type Now Heads AAU
of writing found in the class-
Jay Ehret Mahoney of the Dr. Ralph. Rabinovitch, direc-
Janowsky said that interviews room.
NYAC, the newly elected presi- tor of Hawthorne Center; Dr.
of prospective participants are
It is advised that students, dent of the Amateur Athletic Edward Liebson, principal,
already under way and urged with the aid of a teacher, should Union, was chairman of the Jefferson Elementary School;
other interested college students select their best work of the U.S. Maccabiah Games Water- Mrs. Lillian Greenwald, visit-
ing teacher, Livonia Public
to submit their applications as school year and carefully read polo Committee in 1961.
soon as possible. For informa- the rules on classifying and sub-
tion, write to American Student mitting entries.
Admission to the five-lecture
ceived honors at the fifth an-
Program Committee, care Amer-
series is free, but is limited to
Southfield now has a national ual honors convocation.
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni- baking champion. She is Donna
Among those receiving awards
versity, 11 E. 69th St., New Lenehan, a sophomore and were
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Seven Mile at Evergreen
ard Frey, Alan Kalter, Jackie
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Donna's specialty is onion Kunin, Sue Marrich, Bob Moss,
bread. By winning a contest in Kinda Nachman, Roberta Ruby,
Toledo, Ohio, Donna made her-. Sue Solarz, Sharon Soltman,
self eligible for the expense- Howard Weston and Ellen Zeff,
paid trip to Toledo.
Steven Handelman, Stuart Le-
Nine Southfield students vine and Barbara Seiden.
competed in Part II of the
Seventh Annual Michigan
Mathematics Prize Competi-
tion. Scoring in the top 4
percent of all students who
took the exam wers Geoffrey
Exoo, James Clifford, seniors,
and Juniors Randall Zusman,
Joel Letvin, Ben Cohen, Julius
Gardin, Bob Benzinger, John
Berner and Jerry Jenkins.
The Interact Club, newest
service club at Southfield High
School, assisted the Music De-
partment by ushering at the
annual holiday season concert.
Among those participating were
James Feeney, Randall Zusman,
Sheldon Davis, Curtis Sprinkle,
David Allen, Terry Crawford,
Tom Borin, Wayne Deschamp,
and Alan Sedman.
A total of 213 students re-
Honors: A 1 a n Axelrod,
Susan Balberor, Karen Begun,
Manny Brown, Carol Black-
man, Coleen Lee, Hugh Epton,
Larry Faber, Arthur Fried-
man, Gerry Green, Sue Har-
old, Gwen Kornheiser, Sharon
Lefton; Sue Lenhoff, Hack
Nagler, Sue Ryke, Joel Stock-
er and Beverly. Weiss.
High Honors: Randall Zus-
man, Carolyn Balberor, Marc
Bocknek, Joe Chandler, Eugene
Chover, Rita Freedman, Julius
Gardin, Nancy Garlock, Deboren
Golden, Sidney Hantler, Donna
Kaufman, Joel Letvin, Eric
Luria, Marjorie Millman, Betty
Rotberg, Sue Salinger, Sally
Schneir, Alan Sedman, Lola
Steinbaum, Martin Stoneman,
Leslie Stern, Nancy Weingar-
ten and Beverly Weitzman.
YOUR HOSTS: Bill Kozin and Larry Horowitz
1UN 4 -4757
Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis