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April 03, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-03

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Mr. and Mrs. John Zalman,
18520 Strathmoor, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Judith Miriam to Lawrence Har-
old Weisman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Weisman, 15335
The bride - elect is a grad-
uate of the Wayne State Uni-
versity College of Education.
The wedding is set for July


Hadassah is sponsoring two
essay contests to mark the 30th
anniversary of the founding of
Y out h Aliyah, international
child welfare movement of
which Hadassah is the official
representative in the United
The competition is designed
to stimulate interest of Amer-
ican Jewish youth in the work
of Youth Aliyah.
One contest for young people
13 to 17 will have as its subject
either Henrietta Szold or any
period in Youth Aliyah history.
First prize is a summer vacation
in Israel.
The second contest, for chil-
dren 7 to 12, is on "What Youth
Aliyah Means to Me," or
"Child's Day for Youth Aliyah."
Winners will spend the sum-
mer in a Zionist youth camp
in the United States.
Special prizes will be award-
ed to eight runners-up.
Entries, of 500 words each,
must be accompanied by a filled
Child's Day Coin Book, avail-
able at Hadassah House. Dead-
line is April 10.
For information, call the
Hadassah office, BR 3-5441, or
Mrs. David Steinman, VE
The national Youth Aliyah
department hopes to announce
the winners at a special cere-
mony May 6 at the World's Fair.
All chapters who fill their

Youth Aliyah quotas by April
30 will be recognized at the
Child's Day ceremony.
* * *

Detroit Hadassah Units
Win National Awards

At the recent national mid-
winter conference in New York
City, Detroit Chapter, Hadas-
sah, again received the national
"MEM" award for its member
enrollment record.
This honor was presented to
Mrs. Max L. Lichter, chapter
Sherwood Group, with pres-
ident Mrs. Ben Bonin, received
a separate award in the 500-
membership category.

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The new Southfield Teen
Center has just opened for use
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by the teenagers of Southfield.
The Center, is a result of the
work of Southfield's Communi-
Between Hartwell & Schaefer
ty Relations Seminar, is located
at 101/2 Mile Road and Ever-
green in Southfield.
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Five Southfield students who
will serve as directors of the
center, are Debbie Goldin,
John Calandri, Carol Murray,
Jeanette Morozoff, and Karen
urphy. Memberships to the
center are $2 per year and a
guest pass is available for 50
cents. The only real require-
ment for membership is that
the student live in the South-
field-Lathrup area. The time
schedule of the club for high
school students is as follows:
Wednesday 7-10 p.m., Friday 7-
world's finest quality
11 p.m., Saturday 1-4 p.m., and
6-11 p.m. Facilities at the center
include a dancing room, juke
box, game room, snack bar, and
pool tables.
The Southfield High School
golf team has begun tryouts for
16 matches to be played during
the year. The team plays at
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North Hills Golf Club for its
the finest flavor and tendernesa.
home matches. Last year the
Southfield team followed league
champion Walled Lake in the
final standings.
Southfield's students again
have put on an outstanding
spring musical for students and
residents of the Southfield area.
Nearly 4,000 people saw an
outstanding cast put on "Show-
boat. The cast included Terry
Eichenhorn, Carolyn Daitch, Ar-
nold Feigelman, Linda Victor.
Southfield High has been se-
lected to hold the Spring Dis-
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April 14. Competition will con-
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sist of approximately 50 stu-
with the finest of skilfully blended
dents from Waterford-Ketter-
spices. Tempting, tantalizing—
ing, Waterford Township, Pon-
that's why Wilno is so
tiac Northern, Farmington, and
famous. Try it,
Walled Lake. Each school sends
two contestants in each of the
At Leading Delicatessens,
five areas of competition. The
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tournament held in the Library
of the Materials Center from 1
to 6 p.m. will be judged by a
panel of three critic professors
from the Wayne State Univer-
sity Speech Department.
Brandeis AZA wil hold its
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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, April 3, 1964


2 Essay Contests on Youth Aliyah
Announced Here by Hadassah


Eight young men and women summer in Oxford, England,
from the community have won where her husband will be
Woodrow Wilson G r ants for studying American intellectual
history under a grant he just
graduate study.
A total of 1,507 students received. Mrs. Borden, 21, is
throughout the country w e r e the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
named Woodrow Wilson Fellows Arnold S. Michlin.
* * *
this year, 181 from the Detroit
Murray Ehrinpreis, 17,
The Woodrow Wilson Grant Student at Mumford,
is suported by the Ford Founda-
tion. Applicants are nominated Wins Ford Scholarship
by faculty committees and are
Murray Ehrinpreis, son of Mr.
screened by regional and na- and Mrs. Jacob Ehrinpreis, 2734
tional committees. Each winner Lawrence, has won a Ford
receives full tuition and fees at Foundation Scholarship, cover-
the college of his choice for one ing four years of tuition and 80
year, plus a $1,800 cash stipend. per cent of room and board at
Folowing are the eight local the college of his choice.
Murray, 17, is a senior at
Jewish winners:
Michael R. Paull, 21, of Mumford High, where he par-
17448 Westhampton, South- ticipates in t h e accelerated
field, graduated from Mum- studies program. His scholar-
ford in 1960 and is currently ship was announced after super-
finishing his bachelors work lative performance in the Col-
at the University of Michigan, lege Board Scholastic Aptitude
where he is majoring in Eng- Tests.
He would like to use the
lish. He plans to use the grant
to continue h i s studies at scholarship at either Harvard
Cornell, hoping ultimately to or the University of Michigan.
teach that subject on the
university level. He is the son Mrs. Halprin Named
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paull.
Richard Wishnetsky, 21, of to Head American
19491 Manor, a Mumford grad- Jewish Agency Unit
uate in 1960, is completing his
JERUSALEM — Mrs. Rose L.
undergraduate work at t h e
of New York, was
University of Michigan, where
he is majoring in political named chairman of the Jewish
science. He has not decided Agency—American Section by
where he will use the grant, the executive of the Jewish
but would like to specialize in Agency for Israel meeting here.
She succeeds Dr. Emanuel Neu-
political the or y. Wishnetsky,
mann who for the past year
vice-president of Pi Sigma
Alpha Fraternity is the son of has served as chairman.
Mrs. Halprin, who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wishnet- active in Zionist affairs for over
sky and grandson of the William
30 years, is
the only wo-
Norman Diamond, 19 '7 6 6 man member
Snowden, is 19. He is major- of the execu-
ing in political science at the tive of the
University of Chicago a n d Jewish Agency
will receive h i s degree in of which she
June. A former Cass Tech stu- has been a
dent, he was granted early member since
admission to U. of C. in the 1946. She is a
11th grade. He is an Eagle former na-
scout and validictorian and tional presi-
president of his class at Uni- dent of Hadas-
ted Hebrew High School. Nor- sah, having
man plans to attend Harvard. served from
He is the son of Mr. and _Mrs. 1932 to 1934
Elbert Diamond.
and from 1947
John J. Hartman, 21 of 19691 to 1951, and is
Renfrew, is completing his un- now an honor-
dergraduate work in social ary vice-presi-
psychology at Harvard. He grad- dent. She is Mrs. Halprin
uated from Cranbrook and has also co-chairman of the World
not decided where he will use Confederation of General Zion-
his grant. He is the son of Mr. ists.
and Mrs. Manuel Hartman.
The daughter of a Hebrew
a n e t C. Schwartz, 18201 scholar, Mrs. Halprin attended
Rutherford, is an English major the Teachers' Institute of the
at Wayne State University. Miss Jewish Theological Seminary as
Schwartz, 21, graduated from well as Hunter College and Co-
Mumford in 1960 and hopes to lumbia University. She is mar-
use her grant at Berkeley, Calif. ried to Samuel W. Halprin, and
She is the daughter of Mr. and has two children, a son, Larry,
who resides in California, and
Mrs. Louis M. Schwartz.
Ellen Ross, 21, of 25537 Sco- a daughter, Mrs. Ruse Kaslowe,
tia, is a history major at the of Norwalk, Conn.
Mrs. Halprin is now attending
University of Chicago. A Mum-
ford graduate, she plans to use the meeting of the Executive of
her Woodrow Wilson to con- the Jewish Agency.
tinue her studies at Columbia.
Miss Ross is the daughter of Recipe Book Published by
El Al Culinary Adviser
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross.
David S. Forman, 13143 Mrs. Molly Bar-David
Israeli cooking is interna-
Kingston, Huntington Woods,
will be an honorary Woodrow tional cooking: witness Molly
Wilson fellow. He has refused Lyons Bar-David's recipe collec-
the award in favor of the Na- tion in "The Israeli Cook Book,"
tional Science Foundation published by Crown, which was
Grant, which covers expenses compiled by the author when,
for four years of graduate acting as culinary adviser for
study at the institution of his El Al Airlines, she began to
choice. Currently a physiolog- gather old Jewish recipes. In-
ical psychology major at Har- trigued by the diversification
vard, he will r e c e i v e his and by the high gourmet qual-
bachelors degree in June. He ity of international Jewish cook-
plans to do his graduate work ing, she interviewed Israelis
at either the University of from over seventy countries to
Pennsylvania o r Berkeley. make this cook book one of the
Forman is the son of Mrs. most unusual in the world.
Along with the 700 recipes
Gertrude Forman and the late
Louis B. Forman. He is 21. in this book are the legends and
Lesley J. Borden, 111 Can- lore of Jewish cooking, the sym-
field, is a Russian history ma- bolism, the ancient customs,
jor at the University of quotations, and stories, as well
Michigan. A graduate of Farm- as notations on the holidays for
ington High, she will spend the which each dish is appropriate.

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