in Tween Program
Interdating Problem No Problem
Wednesday will be the last day
area tweens are able to register for
a new 10-week program of classes
and interest group at the Ten Mile
branch of the Jewish Community
The first evening classes and
clubs will meet March 11.
Designed for center members
in the seventh, eighth, and ninth
grades, the classes will meet 7:30-
8:30 p.m. weekly. They include
dancing, painting and d r a w i
dramatics, guitar, modern dam
Camps in State,
Israel Announced Crop
BY JESSE AND ROY SILVER
by Zionist Group
Each Maccabiah, Games year
(Copyright, 1965, JTA, Inc.)
brings forth a new crop of out-
standing Jewish athletes, many of
whom would otherwise be over-
looked. The seventh Maccabiah,
scheduled for Israel, Aug. 23-31,
already has produced its share of
new names. Among the most in-
teresting are Bill Morgan, Leslie
In addition, the new program
Corn and Leon Kapp.
will feature a Father-Con Ins-
Morgan, 25, a graduate student
titute, which will discuss famous
at San Francisco State, is a former
people in history who have in-
San Francisco schoolboy mile
fluenced our modern way of life.
champ and one of America's most
Glenn Weisfeld (left) and Michael Rappaport have started a
Interest groups for tweens meet-
promising distance runners. His
burgeoning date-arranging business at the University of Wisconsin.
ing at the same hours will include
Dietary laws are observed, a best performance was achieved in The business, called SECS (for Scientific Evaluation and Compat-
clubs for those interested in learn-
complete sports program is the 1964 National AAU cross-coun-
ability Service), pairs men students and coeds on the basis of
ing or improving skills in sports,
planned and campers partici- try run in which he finished sec- characteristic and trait information, at a dollar a date. Coed Marni
dancing, science and other areas.
pate in every form of arts and ond, and was the first American
Denne, 18, studies a sheaf of photos — for reference purposes.
Registration for both courses
crafts. Campers have an oppor- under the tape. His showing in the
and interest groups will be 7:30-
tunity to further their knowl- AAU qualified him to represent
9:30 p.m. A brochure explaining
edge of the Hebrew language. the United States in the New
the new p r o g r am is available
Teen-age members of the I Year's Eve distance race in Sao
Paulo, Brazil, against the world's
through the youth division of the
Tsofim, Israeli scout movement,
greatest distance runners. Morgan,
Center, or by calling DI 1-4200.
attend Camp Yehudah.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz, rabbi of
Special teen-age units and pro- who represents the Golden Gate
Basketball's greatest giveaway is
grams are planned, as well as Track Club of San Francisco, placed Temple Beth El, will address the scheduled at Cobo Arena on
It is better to be humble with
leadership training for selected 15th in a field of 400. He was the Friday evening student service at March 6, when the Detroit Pistons the lowly than to share spoils
engage the New York Knicker- with the proud. —Proverbs
The Zionist Organization also clocked 22:41.1 for 7,400-meters. University of Michigan, 7:30 p.m. bockers.
offers a teen-age summer camp in
Each youngster, 16 and under,
This service will be conducted
Israel at Kfar Silver, the ZOA times to his credit: 8:56.7 for two-
who attends the game with a full
Your child is
agricuitureal training school. In
priced reserved seat ticket, will
seven weeks, campers study 30:34.6 for 10,000-meters. He is Union Prayer Book, music from the receive an official Piston basket-
Hebrew, Jewish -and Zionist his- currently running 15-20 miles per Union Hymnal with organ accom- ball as a gift from the team.
tory, tour the country and meet day in practice and his coach pre- paniment.
"It's a very durable ball," de-
Rabbi of Temple Beth El since
with Israeli personalities. They dicts he will be the greatest Jewish
clares Pistons, executive manager,
live with Israeli families who distance runner of all time before 1953, Dr. Hertz previously served Don Wattrick. "The ball will hold
have teen-age children and parti-
Leslie Corn is a 12-year-old miss of Chicago and holds a number of up for a long time whether used
cipate in work, athletic and rec-
Mr. Istovan Danosi, Olympic
indoors or outdoors."
fencing champion affili
reational activities together with from Philadelphia whose courage national educational and religious
Wayne State University Invites
American, Canadian, European and amazes those who know her. Leslie posts.
has a severe curvature of the spine
Kiddush will follow services and
secure a special certificate which
To implement our rich variety of
For information on either camp, and wears a brace. She discards an oneg shabbat, in which he will is to be exchanged for the basket-
activities a large staff is ac-
quired from the USA and
lead an informal discussion. All
call Reuben Young, chairman,
abroad, all highly specialized in
Zionist House, 353-3636. Brochures during that time goes gymnastics interested are invited.
their individual fields, each
chosen for their understanding
of children. A governing board
Her talent is such that she has
veteran educators guide our
won several junior titles in all-
planning. Friday night Services.
For further information contact
Call Us First for
doctors, will discard her brace for in Television Competition
Mrs. H. Sussman (Camp Repre-
good just before the Maccabiah
Games and she - hopes that she will of the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
be able to make the United States
High School for Boys carried off
Leon Kapp of Los Angeles is an- the • winning trophy on "Quiz
for BOYS & GIRLS.
other gymnast who competes under 'Em," an interschool cur r e n t
AGES 14 to 17
a handicap. He is deaf. However, events quiz program sponsored by
The 1 week program features:
it hasn't stopped him from compil- the Detroit News and telecast
Photographers — Specializing in
• Camping, working with Israeli boys
ing an outstanding record. He won
Color Candids and Movies
a girls in KFAR HAYAROK
the high bar championship and fin- nel Four.
• Field trips—hikes throughout Israel
ished third in the all-around in the
• Classes in conversational Hebrew
• Land & water sports, arts & crafts
. 1961 Deaf Olympics.
FOR A PERFECTLY PERFORMED AFFAIR
• American and Israeli counselors
Maccabiah games heavyweight brought together outstanding stu-
• Nutritidus & strictly
weight lifting gold medalist Gary
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• S-Day Medit erranean
ty by establishing a new American
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record in the press. He lifted 412 pants were David Wayntraub,
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pounds in the process of hoisting Saul Weingarden, a Beth Yehu-
a three-lift total of 1,180 pounds, dah senior who resides in Los
which was only five pounds less Angeles, Thomas Herskovic and
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The questions that were posed
to the young men of both
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, announces a new camp
project in cooperation with the
Zionist Organization of Chicago,
Camp Yehudah, a summer camp
for boys and girls age 8-17.
Camp Yehudah is a Young
Judea Camp in Leonidas, Mich.,
about 140 miles from Detroit, and
has a trained staff, well-equipped
health center and a registered
nurse and doctor on hand at all
Dr. Hertz to Lead
U. of M. Service
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• 14 days of fruit-picking and other
work in Kibbutzim or Moshavim
• 7 day "Go Native" sightseeing tour
• 14 days of rest and recreation
• 3 day Mediterranean cruise
• 14 day tour of Italy,
Switzerland & France
For further information
and reservations contact:
19161 Schaefer, Det. 35, Mich.
to Start With Oneg
A series of activities during the
next two months is planned by
Habonim Labor Zionist Youth for
young people age 12-18.
The first of these will be an
oneg shabbat 8:30 p.m. today at
the Labor Zionist Institute. The
traditional Shabbat welcome and
singing will be followed by a
discussion of the forthcoming
expiration . of Germany's statute
of limitations on prosecution of
Nazi war criminals.
A Purim carnival is scheduled
for March 19 at the Institute.
Habonim groups will each have
booths, and prizes will be award-
ed. Proceeds will be donated to
the United Jewish Appeal. All
youth groups are invited.
The annual spring program of
Habonim will be a third seder
April 21 at the Institute. Theme
will be "The Fight for Freedom,"
and the entire community is in-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, February 26, 1965
schools related to space science,
the world situation, local news
and sports. The final score was
,580 to 340 for the students of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, coach-
ed by instructor James G. Elli-
son, this was their third win on
the "Quiz 'Em" program, in
which they have an opportunity
to participate once a year.
The winners received a slide
projector for the school and for
each contestant, a set of photo-
copies of historical documents of
great national significance.
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SZO Accepted into Jewish
Union of World Students
The Student Zionist Organization
has become the first North Ameri-
can Jewish university student group
to be accepted as a participating
member of the World Union of
Jewish Students with headquarters
In announcing receipt of SZO's
acceptance by the World Union,
Charles Kleinhaus, SZO national
president, said "This is a major
step toward the unification of Jew-
ish student groups throughout the
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