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May 07, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Curtain to Go Up on 'That's Entertainment'

When the show goes "on the road" 9 p.m. Thesday and Wednesday, it will he on 3randerson Road
—at Temple Israel. "That's Entertainment," starring 40 members of the Temple Israel Youth Group,
was written and directed by Elliott Siegel, 16 (second row, right). In the cast are (from left), front
row: Bob Hoffman, Henry Traurig, Terri Oppenheim, Nancy Polen, Susan Jacobstein, Diane Okun,
Sheryl Silver, Judi Rosenbaum, Susan Robbins, David Hiller and Mike Burnstein: second row, Karen
Begun, Harriet Traurig, Barbara Schaff, Lauren Schwartz, Susan Steffin, Susan Mintz, Roberta Gellerman,
Debbie Nathan, Candee Goodman, Judy Hahn, Barbara Tobias and Elliott: third row: Mrs. Morton Roth,
adviser, Cliff Levin, dicky Stearn, Mark Blinder, Bruce Hack, Ron Hahn, Youth Group President Steve
Bennett, Mike Wartell, Wayne Mitz, James Shelherg, Rick Oppenheim, Mrs. Paul Begun, adviser, and
Mrs. Samuel Barr, musical director. Not pictured are Sue Arnold, Margo Bloomberg, Lewis Flashen-
berg, Barbara Savin, Janice Schaeffer, Carole Tobias, Norman Trepeck and Steve Trepeck.

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)10,000 Students Joir New York 'Salute to Israel' Parade

NEW YORK (JTA) — With a! area celebrated Israel's 17th an-
colorful parade through the streets niversary Sunday, culminating the
of New York, 10,000 Jewish stu- festivities with an outdoor rally int
dents from universities. colleges ! Central Park as part of their
and high schools in the New York "Salute to Israel." More than
20,000 watched the parade.
Carrying American and Israeli!
flags, students danced and sang

as they marched to their (..riminat-
ing Central Park parade ground
where they released 17 white
doves, symbolic of world peace,
and participated in prayers for
peace. The students presented a
Torah scroll to the State of Israel
to Ambassador Katriel Katz, Is-
rael's counsul-general in New
York. A taped greeting was broad-
Rabbi Wine to Speak cast during the rally from Israel's
President Zalman Shazar. New
Before Atid Chapter
York Mayor Robert F. Wagner ad-
Detroit Chapter of Atid will dressed the meeting and called for
hear a talk by Rabbi Sherwin T. a prayer for peace for Israel.
Wine at 6 p.m., May 16 at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. This is the
third in a series of cultural events Beth Abraham Groups
sponsored by Atid, a group of to Join for Saturday
college-age students affiliated with
Conservative synagogues.
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A special Sabbath afternoon for
the youth of Beth Abraham Syna-
gogue has been arranged for Sat-
rda2.- . beginning with the mincha
service at 6:30.
Members of the synagogue youth
groups will conduct the service
under the supervision and coach-
ing of Frank Leiderman, director
of youth education, and Rev. Is-
rael Fuchs, music director and I
assistant cantor of the congrega- I
tion. Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will
preside at the seudah shlishit so-
cial, when Fuchs will lead in the
zemirot. and Daniel Wartel will,
offer the dear Torah. Host for
the seudah is Henry Thumin.
treasurer of the congregation and
vice president of the men's club.
The mucha service will be led
by Erwin Weiss and Bill Schlaff
will read the Torah. Maariv will
be chanted by Hershel Freeman.
Bernard Mermelstein will sing the
Havdalah. Others who are assist-
ing with the arrangements and
participating in the afternoon ac-
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The 24 confirmands and their
parents will be honored at a spe-
cial breakfast tendered by the
Beth Aaron Religious School 9:30
a.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Dvorin is class
teacher.
Among other features of the
program, Bernard Panush, direc-
tor of the religious school, will
summarize the achievements of
the confirmands and present each
with a certificate for a tree plant-
ed in their honor.
Also participating will be the
following students: Renai Berlin,
Judith Nanes, Karen Segal, Debo-
rah Goldstein, Rochelle Ceifetz,
Susan Richardson, Blanche Lynn
and Doris Seligson.
The confirmation will take '
place June 13 at the sanctuary.
The confirmands will present a
contata entitled: "Remember, Re-
member" written especially for
this occasion by Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick, and directed by Mrs.
Lillian Zellman, with a special
diorama prepared by Maynard
Feldman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 7, 1965-29

Weizmann Institute Plans Y. Camp

staff of Israel's Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science will host 50 boys
and girls, participants in the Insti-
Berkley- Student Chairs tute's second Science Youth Camp,
in July.
`Delegation to UN'
last for
The camp, which
Robert Schwartz. 14180 Balfour,
Oak Park. represented Berkley two weeks, is organized by the
High School at the University of Weizmann Institute and Yad
Chaim Weizmann in cooperation
Detroit Model United Nations.
Over 700 students represented ‘vith the ministry of education and
over 100 countries. Schwartz serv- culture.
ing as chairman of the South Afri-
During their two-week stay, the
can delegation. Michael Bernstein youngsters will have the oppor-
of Huntington Woods also served tunity of gaining a first-hand ac-
on the delegation.
quaintance, under the guidance of
Schwartz adressed the General Institute scientists, with research
Assembly protesting the slander trends in the fields of biology,
of South Africa, and his commit- mathematics, chemistry and phys-
tee received the peace medal from ics, besides joining in hikes, sports
Thailand. The high school senior and swimming.
also served as recent chairman of
the political and security commit-
tee at Kimball High School, Royal
Oak.
Schwartz and Bernstein were
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