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April 30, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-30

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State's Temple Youth Name Slate Coed Will Spend May Month for Fun at Beth Abraham
Frank E. Leiderman, educational are planning a trip to Upland
of Officers; Parley Is This Weekend August in Russia director
of Cong. Beth Abraham, Farms recreation area. On May 23,


At a recent meeting of the
Michigan State Temple Youth
(MSTY), the slate of officers for
next year was chosen. There were
representatives from every temple
and city at this meeting.
This slate, which has been pre-
sented to the membership of MSTY
can be opposed by any member
of the organization. This weekend
at a delegates convention in Grand
Rapids voting will take place.
John Nannes, a junior at Mum-
ford High School and from Temple
Bethel, was nominated for presi-
Also from Mumford High School
and Temple Beth El is Bob Ross,
named for vice president. Besides
playing in the school orchestra
and band, Bob has his own band
and maintains almost a straight
"A" average in school.
David Syme, also an "A" stu-

dent at Mumford High School,
was slated for treasurer.

Fred Miller, from Huntington
Woods and Temple Beth El, was
nominated for general vice presi-
dent. Fred was especially known
this year for the great amount of
work he did on his social action
committee. The committee was
successful in setting up tutorial
programs, study programs and
many others during the course of
the year.
Joan Stolorow, from Birming-
ham and Pontiac Temple Beth Ja-
cob, was slated for secretary. Joan
was MSTY board member this
year. She also did a great deal of
work setting up the summer con-
clave at Camp Michigama and set-
ting up the Pontiac MSTY board
meeting in January.
The other slated officers are
from outstate. They were both
nominated for national board
member, of Which MSTY has two.
They are Jean Coffman, from
South Bend and Tom Glaser from
Grand Rapids.

Youth Page

Sandra Gross Off to N. Y.

Boys Outdistanced by Solitary Gal

Sandra Gross, winner of the re-
gional Bible Contest here held by
the United Hebrew Schools, will
compete in the national finals Sun-
day in New York.
Sandra, 15, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Gross of Tracey Ave.,
was the only girl competing against
five boys. A student of Menachem
Glaser and Joseph Hadar, she
answered questions on the book of
Bereshit, or Genesis. In New York,
she will be among 68 contestants
from 42 states and Canadian cities.
The national winner will be flown
to Israel.

Second place in the regionals
went to Sanford Olshansky. He
and ANA Kandel, third-prize win•
ner, received a volume of classi-
cal Hebrew literature. Other con-
testants, Mark Mishory, Z e v i
Miller and Mark Schneider, were
awarded pocket-size Bibles.
Quizmaster was Dr. Sylvan J.

Ginsburgh, principal of the He-
brew High School. UHS Superin-
tendent Albert Elazar awarded the
first prize, and others were pre-
sented by Menachem Glaser, Bible
enrichment class instructor, and
Jay Rosenshine, of the UHS board
of directors.
Judges besides. Rosenshine were

Group of 100 American
Teen-Agers on 7-Week
Work-Study Tour in Israel


on U.S. Scholarship

Ellen Panush was awarded a Na-
tional Defense Foreign Language
Scholarship for one month in Rus-
sia this summer to study and per-
fect her knowledge of the spoken

Miss Panush, an honor student
at the University of Michigan, is
a junior, majoring in languages.
As a part of her fellowship,
through her summer tour, she
will spend one month at Ann
Arbor attending seminars and
intensified lab work in Russian
and then fly over to Russia for
the month of August. She will
visit Moscow, Kiev and Lenin-
grad, conversing exclusively in

The University of Michigan is
coordinating this summer project
for the Defense Department, which
includes 41 students from 20 uni-
Associate editor of a new
campus literary magazine, the Off-
set, Miss Panush received the dia-
mond arrow pin awarded by her
sorority, Pi Beta Phi, to its out-
standing scholastic member for the
current year and she is on the
deans honor list.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Panush of Roselawn

announced a full schedule of youth
activities for May. The annual Sho-
losh Seudot for all young people
and their parents will be held
May 8 following Maariv services.
Rabbi Israel Halpern will preside,
and Israel Fuchs, music director
of the congregation, will lead in
zemirot, sabbath songs.
Hershel Freeman, Erwin Weiss,
Shelley Bank and Ranita Left,
members of the professional and
volunteer staff, will conduct a
variety of activities.
On May 16, the youth groups

`Love, Marriage' Topic
of Talks at Center

Two lectures on "Love and Mar-
riage in Judaism," designed. to im-
part Jewish values to the single
young adult, will be held at the
Jewish Center 8:30 p.m. May 5
and 19.
Rabbi Isaac Paneth of the Cen-
ter staff will be the lecturer.

Camp Tamarack will- institute a
new counselor-in-training program
at Ortonville this summer for stu-
dents completing the 11th grade
in June.
The training program is part of
a two-year sequence to train youths
for positions of leadership in the
camping program. Twenty teen-
agers will be accepted for the pro-
gram this summer.

Their training will consist of
workshops, seminars and proj-
ects in areas such as program
skills, Jewish content and under-
standing the child at camp. Prac-
tice counseling with camper
groups also will be included in
the training experience.

First-year trainees will not re-

USY Stages 'Pray-In'

The program will be directed
and supervised by Mrs. Dorothy
For applications, write Camp
Tamarack, 18100 Meyers, 48235; or
1 call DI 1-5666.

Tony Martin Dress Suits



Beth Aaron Grads
to Join Parents at
Special Breakfast

1900 Central High Class
Seeks Grads in Area

A search is on for the graduates

of Detroit's Central High School

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Members
Class of 1900, the only city high
of the United Synagogue Youth school class to graduate that year

movement — affiliated with Con-
servative Judaism—staged a "pray-
in" and a demonstration here
April 20 to call the attention of the
world to the persecution of Rus-
sian Jewry in the Soviet Union.

Conclave of Orthodox Union
Youth in June in New York

NEW YORK—The 12th national
convention and annual leaders'
Seminar of the National Confer-
ence of the Synagogue Youth —

NCSY, teen-age youth movement
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish


Congregations of America — will
be held June 24-29, at the Pine
View Hotel, Fallsburg, N.Y.

These men and women are asked
to help commemorate Michigan
Week of 1965.
Any graduates of that year still
living in this area may contact Dr.
William Billups, Webber Junior
High School principal, 898-5544.
The roster of graduates for that
year contains the names of many
of Detroit's oldest and most noted
families, including the late Dr.
Hugo Abraham Freund, for many
years chief of staff at Harper Hos-
pital and personal physician to
Sen. Couzens.
Others were Rachel Sara Saul-
son, Helen Vermilye Simons and
Walter Irving Bloom.

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Ben Z. Freeman, president of the
sisterhood. Rabbi Benjamin H.


Grades 9 thru 12

Gorrelick will deliver a special
sermonette, and Cantor David Bag-
ley will participate with musical
Students who will chant the
prayers are Carolyn Seligson,
Sheila London, Lisa Fenkell, Sari
Moss and Amy Mason. A presenta-
tion of "Why Israel Survived" will
be delivered by Michelle Geller,
Jolie Topper, Sherrie Klein, Fran-
ces Siskind and Phyllis Schechter.
Graduation exercises will take
place the first day of Shavuot,
June 6, as part of the regular

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Bar Mitzvah Suits

Pholl a211 "IOLA

Young Musicians Vie
for Prizes at Center;
Deadline Is Saturday

be held in June at the Jewish Cen-
ter. Awards in violin and piano
categories valued at $200 each.
Sponsored by Friends of the
Center Symphony Orchestra, the
competition is open to musicians
age 16 to 21. Winners in the two
categories will be presented at a
Tuesday evening concert of the
Center Symphony Orchestra, under
the direction of Julius Chajes next
A candidate must submit a letter
of recommendation from his teach-
er, together with his application.
Application blanks are available at
the Center.

Hug Aliyah Convention
Calls on Potential Settlers

Over 60 college students from
throughout the United States will
attend a Hug Aliyah convention
April 30 to May 2 at the South
Branch Hotel, South Branch, N.J.
The Hug Aliyah group is corn-
posed of graduates of National
Young Judaea's summer and year
programs in Israel who desire to
settle in Israel. .

30—Friday, April 30, 1965

The Temple Israel Youth Group
will present a musical revue,
"That's Entertainment," 8 p.m.,
May 10-11 at the temple.
Written and directed by Elliott
Siegel, the show is based on a
musical he wrote for a convention
of Michigan State Temple Youth.
Elliott, who has done much work
in the fine arts program of the
National Music Camp at Inter.
lochen, is an 11th grade student at
Cass Technical High School. He
has written and directed six plays
for the Temple Israel religious
school. Elliott's parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Henry. Siegel of Chester.
field Ave.
Tickets are available at the





Charge Accounts

the fifth ceive a salary nor be required to
Saturday is the deadline for ap-
summer season, a group of over pay a tuition to camp; in the sec- plications being entered in the
100 American teen-agers. boys and ond year, trainees will receive a competition for young artists to

girls, ranging hi age from 13 to
17, will leave on the seven-week
work-and-study tour of Israel by
air on July 1, under the sponsor-
ship of the Young Zionists-
Masada, a division of the Zionist
Organization of America, accord-
ing to an announcement by
Gideon Patt, national chairman of
programs in Israel.

Temple Israel Youth
to Present Revue by
Member Elliott Siegel


Rabbi Pesach Sobel of Cong. Adas
Shalom and Dr. Naphtali Wiesner,
educational consultant to the He-
brew schools.
Sponsored by the Jewish Agency
for Israel's department of educa-
Beth Aaron Religious School
tion and culture, the annual Bible
Contest is designed to promote a will hold a breakfast in honor of
greater interest in the Bible among the eighth grade graduates and
students of Jewish schools. Win- their parents 9:30 a.m. Sunday in
ners of earlier Bible contests will the social hall of the synagogue.
Dr. Marvin Last, educational
compete next week in Jerusalem
for the International Bible Contest chairman, will chair this event,
and greetings will be extended by
Meyer Millman, president of the
synagogue; Abraham Halem, presi-

Tamarack to Launch
Program for 12th Graders

the annual religious school picnic
will take place, with relays, special
events and lunch featured.

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