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February 21, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-21

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Maimonides Women Plan Donor

MUMFORD

Nazi Crimes Shown
in Documentary

Eisenberg-Woolf
Vows Exchanged

"Secrets of the Nazi Crimi-
nals," a full-length documentary
feature, is being shown at the
Telenews Theater.
Every bit of the footage is
authentic. Much of it was used
at the Nuremberg trial to prove
the horrors which are methodic-
ally reproved in this picture.
These films detail what the
Nazi war criminals did, even
showing scenes of the Nazi con-
centration camps in full detail.
The film was produced by Tore
Sjoberg, who also produced
"Mein Karnpf."

S

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S By JAY MASSERMAN

Final arrangements are being made for the 18th annual
donor luncheon of Maimonides Medical Society Women's Auxil-
iary March 24 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. A fashion show
and prizes will be featured, according to luncheon chairman
Mrs. Henry Schlesinger. Other committee workers are (from
left) seated: Mesdames Oscar Silverstein, community relations;
Samuel Freid, scholarships; Barnett Solomon, social; Sander
Klein, hostesses. Standing: Milford Wenokur, honor roll;
Charles Levi, community relations; David Morton, committee
on committees; and Louis Leipsitz, children's pages. Mrs.
Charles Gitlin is general fund raising chairman. Proceeds from
the event will benefit such projects as medical scholarships,
medical research and aid to blind children in the Detroit
schools' special education classes and in Israel. Maimonides
Women also have donated a lecture room at Sinai Hospital and
a clinical research laboratory for the Hadassah Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center, Jerusalem. For reservations to the lunch-
eon, call Mrs. Raymond Lipton, DI 1-1993, or Mrs. Hyman Ross,
DI 1-8811.

Israeli Geographer
to Speak on Water
Issue in Mid-East

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

A Hebrew lecture on "Water,
Israel and The Middle East"
by Israeli geographer Amiram
Pasmanik will be held 4 p.m.
Feb. 29 in Room 384 of the
Jewish Center.
Born in Tel Aviv, Pasmanik
served as a policeman in a spe-
cial force under the command
of the Haganah underground
in 1943-44.
In 1944, he began his
studies of Hebrew literature
and geography at Hebrew
University, Jerusalem, b u t
dedicated most of his time
to the Haganah, becoming a
commander in 1946. During
the War of Independence, he
was a radio officer in Jeru-
salem and was wounded twice
in battles.
In 1950 Pasmanik received
his masters degree from the
Hebrew University and became
a teacher in a Tel Aviv high
school. He has also worked on
special projects for the Army
and the Israeli government.
Pasmanik is presently an ex-
change teacher in the high
school and Midrasha of the
United Hebrew Schools. At the
end of the school year he will
return to Israel.
The public is invited to the
talk.

By RANDY ZUSMAN
The winners in the annual
Southfield Art Exhibit have been
announced. Among those stu-
dents receiving awards were
Marcey Uday for graphics and
design, and Alan Kaplan for
photography.
Among the recently an-
nounced winners of the annual
Michigan Mathematics Prize
Competition, Geoffrey Exoo, a
senior, placed in the top 20
students out of over 11,000 stu-
dents who participated. He re-
ceived his silver medal at a
luncheon given for the win-
ners. The luncheon was also
attended by Robert Hall, prin-
cipal of Southfield High, and
other math teachers.
For the third straight year,
Southfield's debating team has
led the league of Inter-Lakes
schools. Among those partici-
pating on the Southfield team
are Alice Bagdade, June Gold-
stein, Sharon Lefton, Debbie
Keller, Randy Silverston, Marty
Stoneman, Joel Stocker, Susan
Marrich and Nancy Garlock.
Feb. 20 is the date of the an-
nual Southfield Variety Show.
Singing, dancing, instrumental
Morris Dorn Installed
solos and skits will be featured
by Chesed Shel Emes
in the program which will take
Morris Dorn is newly instal- place in the auditorium at 8 p.m.
led president, for the third A portion of the profits will be
term, of the Hebrew Benevol- contributed to the March of
..4ent S oc iety Dimes. The program is spon-
Chesed Shel sored by the Southfield Student
E m e s). Oth- Congress.
ers are Ed-
On Thursday, the annual Na-
ward Miller tional Honor Society Induction
and Harry E. Assembly will be held in the
Citrin, vice Southfield gym. On that same
p r esid.ents; evening the annual induction
Leo Furst, banquet will also be held. The
treasurer; membership of this honored
Solomon Ru- group is , limited to the top 10
bin, record- per cent of the senior class and
ing secretary; the top 5 per cent of the junior
Samuel S.
Portner, ceme- class. All members must main-
tery chair- tain a 3.2,5 (B-plus) honor point
man; and average and are chosen on the
Harry Port- basis of voting of the faculty.
ner, Sam Le- The president of the society
Dorn
vine and Isadore Sherr, trustees. for the 1963-64 school year is
Ben Schneider, vice presi * Sheldon Davis.
dent, for two years, was pre-
NYU's Gary Gubner opened
sented with a citation for his
service on behalf of the institu- his 1964 shotput campaign by
winning his specialty at the
tion.
Orange Bowl with a mediocre
Want ads get quick results! .(for him) 59' 7" toss.

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Primary elections for nomi-
nation of senior class officers
were held this week. Final elec-
tions will be held next week
under the auspices of the steer-
ing committee. The members of
the steering committee include:
John Bookston, chairman;
Donna Adler, Richard Aronsson,
Dennis Cohen, Marc Cohen,
Barbara- Desow, Sarah Frank,
Sue Ann Gershenson, Ilene Har-
ris, John Harvith, Janet Mark,
Janice Oshensky, Steve Parker,
Charles Robinson, Leonard
Sahn, Ellen Scheuer, Kay Sims,
Richard Stoler, Ben Sweetwine,
Dorene Weisberg, Susan Werbe
and Marty Wolfgang.
The Mumford Yearbook, Cap-
ri, will not appear until July,
due to a late start. The sales
campaign will be conducted
from Feb. 24 to March 6. The
staff includes: Donna Hirt, edi-
tor-in-chief; Don Horwitz, photo
editor; Gail Kay, activities edi-
tor; Barbara Miller, depart-
ments editor; Steve Parker,
sports editor; Leslie Berg, copy
editor; Sue Ann Gershenson,
senior editor; John Bookston,
business manager; Kal Goren,
advertising manager and Bar-
bara Rothenberg, sales manager.
Faculty sponsors are Charles
Kaufman and Jason Bodzin. Sen-
iors will be notified when to
get their copies, but other stu-
dents will receive their copies
either in summer school or next
fall.
The current affairs club an-
nounces that it will hold a mock
Republican convention on May
15. Students will run the en-
tire convention which will last
for seven school periods. The
purpose is to predict on the
basis of research and sampling
of opinion the outcome of the
national GOP convention. Pres-
idential and vice presidential
candidates will be selected and
a platform adopted. Over 350
students will be selected as
delegates. Political figures are
being invited to brief the club
on convention procedures. Pres-
ident of the club is Russell Lin-
den and the sporsor is Daniel
Piesko.
The American Field Service
weekend at Mumford will be
held March 13-15, announced
John Segall, club president. All
of the foreign exchange stu-
dents in the Detroit metropoli-
tan area will be invited to spend
Friday, March 13, at Mumford.
They will be the guests at a
luncheon to which the consuls
of their respective countries will
be invited.
The Mumford basketball team
won its fifth game of the sea-
son, defeating Southeastern, 70-
61. Joe Moore continued his
fine performance, hittting for
16 points. Other top scorers
were Bob Hood, Alex Tischler,
and Al Freedman.

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and two satin panels extend-
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she carried.

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Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert
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Karyne Kahn. Junior brides-
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Harold Lambert was best
man. Ushers were Earl Woolf,
brother of the bride, Philip
Aaron, Arnold Serlin and Har-
old Stulberg. Barry Weingar-
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After a honeymoon in New
York, the couple will live on
Dante Ave., Oak Park.

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