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Sgt. Morton A. Silverman Post
and Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans have announced the
availability of a scholarship grant
to the son or daughter of a Michi-
Announcement of the grant was
made by David L. Friedman, com-
mander of the post, and Mrs.
BY RANDY ZUSMAN
William Sniderman, president of
In a snow-postponed ceremony, the auxiliary. The award, in the
over 60 members of the junior amount of $250, will be given on
and senior class were chosen for the basis of need and the scholas-
membership to the Southfield tic aptitude of the qualifying can-
High School National Honor So- didate. High school graduates and
ciety. In the largest selection in pupils graduating this June are
the history of the school, the total invited to apply.
membership of this honorary or-
The committee reviewing appli-
ganization was brought above the cations is composed of Mrs. Mau-
rice Shepherd, chairman, Max
On Tuesday, the newly selected Hoffman and Judge Victor Baum.
members were informed of their Ex-officio members of the com-
selection and removed from class mittee are David L. Friedman,
to meet with the mayors of the commander, and Mrs. William
cities of Southfield and Lathrup Sniderman, president.
Applications, in the form of a
Village, the superintendent of
schools and other school officials.
The mayors at this time presented
the new members with proclama- Mishkan Israel Names
tions honoring the group as well Teen Service Leader
as each student individually.
Oak Parker David Fein has
The formal induction cere-
been named leader of the newly
mony will be held 8 p.m. Monday
organized Teen-Age Congregation
at the Southfield High School
Auditorium. All interested per- at Cong. Mishkan Israel Nusach
Hari Lubavitcher Center.
sons are cordially invited to at-
Fein, a student at Wayne State
tend this impressive recognition
University and also at Yeshivath
of students who have been cho-
Beth Yehudah, will be in charge
sen for the honor because of
of the entire youth service, to
their scholastic, leadership, ser-
be conducted by members 9 a.m.
vice and character attributes.
Among those students chosen Saturdays in the social hall.
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Bank of the Commonwealth uncanned this "instant bank" as
one of three such unique branch structures in the area. The third
was opened Thursday at Grand River and Outer Dr. Assembled in
a fabricator's yard, the structure was taken by trucks to the building
site, lifted in two sections from tractor-trailer trucks by a 25-ton
crane and lowered onto the prepared foundation. Within an hour
after the second unit was lowered to its foundation, the two units
were bolted together. A total of seven or eight of the new 'instant
banks" is planned for the metropolitan area during the year.
`Kibbutz and New Society' Is Topic Set at WSU
"The Kibbutz and the New So- tion 8 p.m. Sunday at the Chase
ciety" will be discussed by a panel Room, Mackenzie Union, Wayne
before the Student Zionist Organi- State University.
zation of Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
On the panel are Dr. Arthur
Fields of the WSU department of
Menorahs and Almonds
BY ABRAHAM RUDA
sociology and anthropology; Sam-
uel Levy, department of econom-
ics; and Giora Dobeltov, of Kib-
butz Kfar Menachem.
There are many instances in
Bible portions currently being
read which describe in detail ar- Premiere to Be Sponsored
ticles used in the building of the
by Akiva Day School
Frank Loesser's new musical
One of the articles described
and elaborated upon is the Men- "Pleasures and Palaces" opens at
orah, the cups of which were shap- the Fisher Theater 8 p.m. Thurs-
ed in the form of an opened al- day. The opening night perform-
ance is being sponsored by the
The leaves and flowers of the Akiva Hebrew Day School.
The musical rendition of the
almond tree resemble those of
the peach, and the tree that of the story of Catherine the Great of
Russia stars Phyllis Newman. Tic-
kets are available at box office for membership to the honor so-
Before the fruit appears, there
prices at the school office, 342- ciety are: Class of 1966; Carolyn
are long, beautiful almond
blossoms which, after pollinat-
Daitch, Shelly Diekman, Gary It-
ing (usually by the placing of
tigson, Deborah Keller, David
bee hives in the area) bear the
Purim Carnival Slated
Krohn, Joan Lessen, Susan Levitt,
popular, edible kernel, or -stone,
Larry Reitman, Midge Shubow,
of the fruit.
Deborah Shulman, Barton Smith,
The aromatic blossom is the
Shelley Stulberg, Mark Tauber;
design for the menorah ornamen-
Class of 1965: Alice Bagdade,
Shule are preparing for the Purim Carolyn Balberor, Karen Begun,
Only the blossom 'of the tree Carnival to be held 4 p.m. March Ben Cohen, Gerry Green, Susan
is thus used; the fruit, or almond 17 in the Labor Zionist Institute. Lenhoff, Carol Lessen, Eric Luria,
Booths, games, dances and songs Margaret Pensler, Richard Roth,
nut, is left for eating.
The almond tree's flowering per- will be featured. Guest children of Phyllis Salicoff, Randall Silvers-
iod is extremely early and must school age are invited to come in ton, Marty Stoneman, Marjorie
be watched carefully because of the costume. All parents, movement Switzen and Ellen Zeff.
members and friends also are in-
danger of frost.
The Southfield Blue Jays fin-
ished their league season with a
four-win and six-loss record in the
To Study 'Romantics'
powerful Southeastern Michigan
I NOW YOU CAN HAVE
Junior Music 'Study Club will Association. The Jays placed
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meet 2 p.m. Sunday in the home of fourth behind Ferndale and Royal
Terri Feldman, 4485 Outer Dr.
Oak Kimball, co-champions, and
Main topic will be the Roman- Birmingham Seaholm. Southfield
is host for the district basketball
All children age 12-14 who are championships with Seaholm,
interested in music are welcome. Groves, Berkeley, Brother Rice,
For information, call Judy Off- ■ rtd Southfield as participating
man, president, 273-5029.
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letter, should be directed to the
Sgt. Mor.ton A. Silverman Post
and Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans, 19161 Schaefer, Detroit
48235. Included should be a rec-
mendation from the counselor,
school transcript and a copy of
the parent's discharge papers.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 5, 1965-29
Silverman Jewish War Veterans Post
Offers Scholarship to Child of Veteran
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