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March 12, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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Purim Fun Planned for Young Folks

Children will be as important
as King Ahasuerus when Purim
comes to town Wednesday night
and Thursday the 14th and 15th
of Adar. The story of brave
Esther and M or de c a i, who
saved the Jews from the wicked
Haman, will be told again and
again in synagogues and Jewish
schools throughout the world.
Among the special gatherings
planned are the following:
Cong Shaarey Zedek will hold
a costume party for youngsters in
kindergarten through second
grade 4 p.m. Wednesday. At youth
services 7:15 p.m., there will be
the reading of the megillah, a
dramatic presentation, game s,
singing and refreshments. On the
day of Purim, Thursday, the megil-
h will again be read at 7:30 a.m.
eervi ces.

At Temple Beth Am '7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, the Purim service
will be followed by a puppet
show, and Rabbi Jessel will tell
a "Tale for Purim."

Young Israel of Greenfield will
hold its Purim carnival 1:30 to
4:30 p.m., March 21 at the Young
Israel b u i 1 d i n g. There will be
games, refreshments, prizes and
surprises. Friends are invited.
The kindergarten class, led by
Mrs. Manfred Pick, will present
a special program at Akiva He-
brew Day School 10 a.m. Monday
in the school auditorium. Families
and friends are invited, and re-
freshments will be served by the
PTA.
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Hayim Greenberg School will take dition to the usual fun and games,
place 4-6 p.m. Wednesday at the prizes are to be awarded for cos-
Labor Zionist Institute. Purim tumes.
booths, games and dances, songs,
Livonia PTO will entertain the
costumes and "shalach manot" students Sunday. A children's
refreshments are planned. All theater party and refreshments
children of school age and their will follow the reading of the
parents are invited.
megillah.
The Adas Shalom and Beth
The USY and pre-USY youth
Aaron PTO will sponsor a joint
groups of Cong. Beth Shalom will
carnival noon to 4 p.m. Sunday
hold -the third annual carnival at
at Adas Shalom. Featured will
the synagogue, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
be games, prizes and lunch. Beth
March 21. Dave Zimmerman and
Aaron Branch will also hold a
Robert Leider are co-chairmen.
Purim gathering Wednesday.
There. will be food, games, magic
Students will read the megillah
show, dancing and prizes. Every-
after which there will be plays,
one is welcome.
films and a song fest. The PTO
Hillel Day School will hold its
will distribute haman taschen.
carnival by the PTO 1-4 p.m. Sun-
Beth Abraham's carnival will
be held 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sun- day at the 10 Mile Jewish Center.
day. A bake sale and the awarding There will be games, food and
of a bicycle will be featured. There prizes.

will be a variety of games and
prizes, and lunch will be served.
Slogan for the carnival is "Re-
member — We want you!"
Bnai Moshe PTO will sponsor a
carnival 4-6:30 p.m. M o n d a y.
Parents are invited to join the
students.
Borman Branch will hold its
celebration at the Beth Moses so-
cial hall 1-4 p.m., March 21. There
will be surprises, games, prizes
and refreshments. Costumes are
optional.
Esther Berman's Purim carni-
BY LARRY DEITCH
val will take place 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The
senior class of June 1965
Sunday. Families are invite d.
Lunch will be served, and in ad- recently completed its election of
class officers. The newly chosen
officers include Hank Rosman,
Zionist Youth Groups Set president; Ira Lax, vice president;
Protest Before Consulate Sherry Erman, secretary; and
Robert Hamburger, treasurer.
Four Zionist youth organizations Chairman Harry Winer and his
will stage a protest before the senior steering committee handled
German consulate building 2 p.m. the elections.
Wednesday, it was announced by
In recent weeks many honors
Gershon Koretz, chairman of the
have been awarded to deserving
Zionist Youth Council.
Koretz said the marchers will Mumford students in such fields
protest Bonn's failure to recall as music, art, writing and eitizen
German scientists at work on mis- ship. (See Scholastic writing
siles in Cairo and will call atten- awards story elsewhere in paper).
Five Mumford music students
tion to the May 8 cut-off date on
the statute of limitations on prose- joined the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra for two performances on
cution of Nazi war criminals.
Sponsors of the protest are Feb. 23 at Ford Auditorium. These
Mizrachi Hatzair, Hashorner Hat- concerts enabled gifted music
zair, Student Zionist Organization students to play with a profession-
al organization. They were selected
and Habonim.
on the basis of competitive audi-
Ladislav Hecht of Czechoslo- tions among music students
vakia, winner of the First World throughout the metropolitan area.
Maccabiah Games tennis title in Mumford participants included
1932, is currently living in New Phillip Greenberg, Janet Klotman,
Elizabeth Kutlov, Jack Love and
York.
Donald Schon.

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Mumford art and photography
students won a total of 102
awards in the Scholastic Art
Awards contest. Nine persons
had their portfolios chosen for
judging in the national contest
in New York. Those artists ex-
hibiting superior portfolios in
the contest will receive college
scholarships. Those whose port-
folios were accepted are Maura
Bluestone, Lydia Brose, Charles
Cobb, Judith Goldsmith, Vic-
toria Jackson, Ruth Robbins,
Meridel Rubenstein, Eda War-
ren and Marsha Wineman.

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Our photography students once
again swept this competition,
winning 13 gold keys and 30 cer-
tificates. Charles Bockoff and
Herb Glass were the leading
Mumford photographers •in prizes
won.
Sandy Sucher is the Mumford
recipient of the Daughters of the
American Revolution Good Citizen
award. One outstanding citizen is
chosen from each high school for
this award on the basis of leader-
ship, patriotism, service and citi-
zenship to be honored by the
DAR.
In recent sports action the
basketball team was defeated 89-
66 by Catholic Central in the state
district finals. They ended their
season with a 6-4 record.

Triple track gold medalist Sybil
Koff Cooper, who won the women's
100 meters, high jump and long-
jump in the First World Macca-
biah Games in 1932.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 12, 1965-29

Camp Makes Offer to Europe-Bound Parents

Many parents who worry about
leaving children behind in a sum-
mer camp while they tour Europe
are invited to consider a group
program sponsored by Histadrut
Tours.
Instead of enrolling youngsters
in an American camp, parents can
send them for a seven-week pro-
gram to Hakfar Hayarok (The
Green Village), Israel's oldest and
largest summer camp for Ameri-
can teen-agers. During July and
August, while the young people
are in camp in Israel, the parents
may spend four weeks touring the
Holy Land and Europe.
The adults' tour is designed to
allow parents to spend a number
of days visiting their children at
Hakfar Hayarok. The adult tour



ends before the summer camp pro-
gram does so that parents will be
able to return home and have
some free time in the States be-
fore teen-agers return.
Applicants for enrollment in the
adult, college and teen-age • pro-
grams are now being accepted by
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