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March 12, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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USY Teen-Agers Hold 'Rendezvous With Fate'

The Sheraton Cadillac Hotel was
the scene of the 12th annual USY
Regional Convention last weekend.
The Central Region of the Na-
tional United Synagogue Youth
Organization is composed of teen-
agers from the states of Michigan,
Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, parts
of West Virginia and Eastern In-
diana. Approximately 550 teens
and adult advisers were in atten-
dance.
Following registration, Shabbat
eve prayers and dinner Friday, a
sociodrama was presented. It was
written and directed by members
of the cultural committee who
tried to point out the dangers of
the lack of identification with Jew-

ish tradition and with the Jewish
people.
Throughout the entire conclave
the weekend theme "613 and the
Modern Jew—A Rendezvous With
Fate" was examined, expounded,
and explored through the media
of the discussion groups, graphic
arts and oratorical contests which
preceeded the convention, a ser-
mon-dialogue and speeches.
The concept of the observance,
vitality, and relevance of the com-
mandments to comtemporary times
and people was stressed constant-
ly. The tradiaional observance of
the Shabbat, kashrut and teffilin,
among the other mitzvot, was
maintained.

Mayor Jerome Cavanagh views with approval the proclamation
he signed last week declaring Mach 5-7 United Synagogue Youth
Weekend. The occasion was the regional convention of the Con-
servative youth organization. Looking on are (from left) Gary
Moss, convention adviser, Arthur Lerner, Susan Blum, Jeffrey
Weinstein and Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Gov .
Rommey issued a similar proclamation throughout the state of
Michigan.

Annual Scholastic Contest

Local Students Win Keys for Writing

ford; Cheryl Litke, Henry Ford; Lois
Wiederman, Mt. Clemens High; Cynthia
Goldstein, Mumford; Janet Klotman,
Mumford; Rheta Norma Pollack, Cass;
Jim Weis, Cranbrook; Linda Rosen-
baum, Henry Ford.
Commendations were awarded to the
following: Stanley Goldberg, Henry Ford;
Susan Solenberger, Grosse Pointe High;
Randy Schiffer, Groves; David Krass,
Cass; Harriet Bloom, Felicia Gutten-
Anita Handelman, Cass; Michael Stern, berg
and Barbara Hecker, Henry Ford;
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook; Joanne Ros-
Kozlow, Fordson; Sharon Allen
man, Dearborn Fordson; Douglas Lieber- Jerry
and
Sue
Meyers, Cass; Jim Kraft, Char-
man, Cranbrook; Anne D. Fuchs, Bloom.
field Hills Kingswood; •avida Rubin, les Kr au s e and Michael Schwayder,
Cranbrook;
Roberta Dahlberg, Cass; Joel
Royal Oak - Dondero; Randy Schiffer, Brooks and Rheta
Pollock. Cass; Lynn.
Birmingham Groves; Paul Share, Cran- Haskin, Cooley; N.
Day Krolik III, Cran-
brook; Dennis Kirchoff, Cass; David '
Alan Berlin, David Budson and
Levine, Mount Clemens High; Joel brook;
Anita Handelman, Cass; Jay Kohlenberg,
Henckeri, Murnford; Ann Falke and Judy
Rath, Randall Reiss and Leonard
Robert Wienner, Birmingham Seaholm; Yourofsky,
Candie Kellner and Randall Reiss, Cranbrook. Henry Ford; Charles Krause,
Henry Ford; Robert Franke, Cass; San-
Barbara Novick, Mumford; Ray Lipp-
dra J. Sucher, Mumford; Sandy Rose- mann
and Jeffrey Mattes, Cass; Charles
wi;g, Ann Arbor Senior High; Susan Landau,
Cranbrook; Paul Levine and
Schugar and Pete Shoemaker. Henry David Marr.
Julie Klein,
Ford; Edward Zuckerman, Mumford; Cooley; Carol Cranbrook;
Ann Bahlman and Susan
Lois Rubenstein, Cass; John Goodman, Frye, Mt. Clemens
High;
Jeffrey D.
Cranbrook; Leonard Boehm, Cass; Meri- Lazar, North Farmington; Randy
Reiss,
del Rubenstein, Mumford; Sharon Hal- Henry Ford; Al Steinbrecher, Cran-
perin. Cass; Sue Saefkow. Seaholm;
brook;
Richard
Epstein,
Jeffrey
Gantz,
James Rose, Henry Ford; Marcia Shen -,
Cass; Al Steinbrecher, Cranbrook; Randy Doug Leiberman and Jay Margolis, Cram-
brook; Joel Hencken, Mumford; Sharon
Schiffer, Groves; Stuart Cohen, Mum- Jabobs,
Grosse Pointe High; Maura Blue-
stone, Cynthia Goldstein, Rosalind Heide-
man and Edward Zuckerman, Mumford;
Elaine Koenigsberg, Cooley; Linda Ed-
wards, Jim Rose and Linda Rosenbaum,
Henry Ford; Babette Krolik, Mumford;
Larry Schiller, Cranbrook; Kathy Jacobs,
Monroe High; Richard Salomonson, Cody;
John Kamar and Jonathon Katz, Cass;
THUVDERBIRD
John Goodman, Cranbrook; Kenneth Fire-
DAY CAMP
man, Henry Ford; Robert Rosenthal,
Mumford.

Area students walked off with
high honors in the 19th annual
Scholastic Writing Awards competi-
tion in southeastern Michigan.
Among the achievement key and
honorable mention winners in the
senior division were the following:

Junior achievement keys and hon-
orable mentions were won by the
following:

THUNDERBIRD
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Janet Falke, Birmingham Barnum Jr.
High; Sharman Spieser, Cadillac; Joel
Kramer, Cranbrook; David King, Fern-
dale Lincoln; Randa Weinstein, Cass;
Sandi Bergman, Derby Jr. High; Nancy
E. Meyer, Ann Arbor Tappan; Marshall
Goren, Oak Park Clinton; Susan Heide-
Man, Hampton; Susan Feldstein, Bloom-
field Hills City and Country; Michael
Magy, Emerson; Joann Freilech, Nolan;
David Rosenberger, Birmingham Bar-
num; Dave Schlief, Belleville High;
Laurie Banner, Clinton; Daniel Cutler,
Robert Frost; David A. Zuger, Vernor;
Terri Malwitz, Pontiac James Madison;
Fred Colman, Cass; Robert Levi, Hamp-
ton; Barry Sigman, Clinton; Ellen Waber,
'_McDowell; Paula Lazarus, Vernor;
Barry Sigman, Clinton; Roger Holtz,
Birmingham Derby; Sandra Anne Cole
man, Hunter; Barbara Morningstar, Emer-
son.

Commendations went to:

Sally Klarr, Barnum; Joan Rutman,
Clinton; Gary Hagman, George Ford;
Linda Feldman, Ferndale Lincoln; Judy
Falkner, Berkley Anderson; Alexa Free-
man and Shelly Jacobs, Kingswood; El-
len C. Harris. MacDowell; Deborah Jean
Kuhn and Marsha Silverman, Barnum;
Ralph Bernstein, Emerson; Teri Morri-
son, George Ford; John Kates, Jeffer-
son; Monty Mitzelfeld, Cranbrook; Emily
Fisher, Kingswood; David Egner, Clinton;
Frances Siskind, Finney; John Block,
Coffey; Stephanie Frank, Kingswood;
Karen Schultz, Plymouth; Joann Freilech
and Helen Kurz, Nolan.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, March 12, 1965

The months of preparation on
the part of the teen-agers and
adult advisers produced a uni-
fying spirit of congeniality and
intellectual stimulation through
singing, dancing, praying and
discussing. Each delegate re-
ceived a kit containing back-
ground material and information
which enabled a participant to
gain deeper insight into the dis-
cussion theme.
Discussion leaders themselves
attended special sessions once a
week for ten weeks prior to the
convention so that they would be
able to provide correct informa-
tion and provocative questions.
On Saturday night the campaign-
ing and election of officers for
next season was conducted. Later
that night a dance was held.
The entire convention shifted
the scene Sunday morning to Cong.
Shaarey Zedek where the morning
service was held. A brief convoca-
tion ceremony was presented, dur-
ing which two certificates were
distributed: (1) A certificate of
dedication—for having completed
a weekend of positive, creative and
dynamic Jewish study and living.
(2) A tree certificate from the
JeWish National Fund for the
tree planted in Israel in honor of
every attendee.
One other highlight was a pho-
nograph record of a dialogue be-
tween Jim Lebeau, a past presi-
dent of National USY, and Dr.
Bernard Mandlebaum, provost of
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
given to everyone.
Adult convention advisers
were Bernard Jaffe, USY re-
gional director; Rabbi Irwin
Groner, regional youth commis-
sion chairman; Trzi Berkal; "Mr.
Convention" Gary Moss, con-
vention adviser; Rabbi Pesach
Sobel; Mrs. Nicholas Fenakel;
Seymour Kaplan; Leonard Bar-
uch; Louis Weinstein; and Lou
Rosen.
Over-all teen-ager chairman was
Jeffrey Weinstein, and his co-
chairmen were Susan Blum and
Arthur Lerner. Committee chair-
men were Neil Schneider, David
Wolok, Don Skupsky, Karen Knop-
pow, Susie Taylor, Kenny Lerner,
Linda Smith, Jan Mendelson, Fran
Shiovitz, Marlene Rosen, Mark
Davis, Mark Schwartz, Rita Dry-
mond, Debby Cohen, Jan Rosen,
Sheldon Lewis, Gary Docks, Linda
Levin, Dania Chajes, David Krohn,
Mary Rosen, Larry Boxer, Mike
Lubetsky, Harriet Bakalar, Shel
Cohen, Sherri Terebelo, Barbara
Harris, Howie Berris, Ruth Sugar,
Ava Goldberg and Allen Olender.

Mizrachi Hatzair to See
Nuremberg Trials Film ;
Offers Camping Data

outh Page





Name David Silber Habonim Adviser

Mrs. Chana Michlin, chairman
of the Chay Commission of Habo-
nim, announces the creation of a
new post and the appointment of
David Sliber to fill the position.
Silber will serve as consultant
to Bruce Kutnick, Detroit "rosh
ken" and Midwest regional repre-
sentative in the national Habo-
nim organization.
In his capacity of adviser,
Silber has begun to assist in
plans for membership expan-
sion and program planning.
Habonim members are now pre-
paring their annual neshef,
which will be in the form of a
third seder with its theme "Fight
for Freedom," April 21.
Silber has a wide background in
Habonim as member and leader,
as well as a professional interest
in youth work. He is working on
a doctorate in clinical psychology
at the Merrill Palmer Institute
through the University of Mich-
igan. He received his BA at Wayne
State in 1958 and a masters degree
in Ohio in 1960. Last year, he was

engaged in a special research pro-
gram in Denmark.
Silber's wife is the former Dori
Kendler, who also was active as
a Habonim leader.

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(More Youth News Page 29)

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Mizrachi Hatzair will show the
"Nuremberg Trials" 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods. Avi

movie

Schwartz, president, invites all
children over 12.
The planning committee, Larry
Platt and Jerome Katz, has pre-
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* * *
Rabbi Benjamin Shandalov,
director of Camp Moshava, Wild-
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activities 7 p.m. March 28 at the
Mizrachi office. Interested children
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Children age 9-16 may call Rabbi

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