Cultural Arts Festival Is Opened
at Center; Display, Program Set
The Youth Division of the Jew- photography, sculpture, ceramics,
ish Community Center is spon- and pottery.
soring a Jewish Cultural Arts
A display of art work by 7th
Festival to allow young people to 12th graders will be in the
to display their art work, includ- main lobby of the center through
ing drawing and painting, jewelry, May 23.
There will be a Teen Night of
Plays 7:30 p.m. Monday. Partici-
pants will be from teen clubs at
A dance program will be pre-
sented by the Young Dancer's
Guild and the various teen and
Ayn Sof, an original service, will tween dance classes at the Cen-
be presented by children from pre- ter 8 p.m. May 22, and the festival
kindergarten age through grade will culminate with "An Evening
seven of the Temple Israel Reli- of Performing Arts" 8 p.m. May
gious School 9:30 a.m. Sunday in 23 at the Center. This program
the annual closing day ceremonies. will consist of individual presen-
The service, prepared by Mrs. tations of dances, dramatic read-
Harold Bobroff, supervisor of pri- ings and instrumental selections.
mary grades, will trace through Special features of the evening
prayer and song the holiday cycle will be a presentation of "Oliver"
of the Jewish calendar taught to by the Teen Actor's Guild at the
the children during the year.
Center, and "A Tale of Chelm" by
A highlight of the program will the Tween Creative Dramatics
be the presentation of the Samuel Class.
School Year to End
at Temple Israel
F. Grandson Memorial Awards,
given to the outstanding students
in each class for scholarship and
Dr. Leon Frain, Rabbi M. Rob-
ert Syme, Cantor Harold Orbach,
Julian S. Tobias, Temple presi-
dent, and Sam Rabinowitz, school
board chairman, will participate.
A day earlier, members of the
eighth grade 'rill conclude the
school year at a breakfast and
awards ceremony, and there will
be a special convocation of the
An outstanding young man and
woman from that class will re-
ceive the Philip Dresser Memo-
The final session of the high
school will take place May 23, and
graduation exercises for 66 sen-
iors are planned for May 28. At
this time, the Brenda Bloomberg
Awards will be presented.
Confirmation exercises are
planned for Erev Shavuot June 5.
Twins Place 1st, 2nd
in World Bible Quiz;
N.Y. Students Next
JERUSALEM (JTA) — T w o
American Hebrew day school stu-
dents, both daughters of rabbis,
placed third and fourth in the
second World Jewish Youth Bible
Quiz. Balfour and Herzl Hakkak,
Jerusalem twins, placed first and
The American winners were
Esther Freilich and Deborah Heis-
ler, both students at the Hebrew
Institute of Far Rockaway, N.Y.
Moshe Kohn of London shared
fifth place with Hagi Benartzi of
Other contestants who made
high scores were David Cohen of
London, Judith Appleton of the
United States, Shmuel Kirshner of
Canada and David Ban k i r of
The top three winners each re-
ceived a deluxe edition of the
Bible and • 1,000 - pound ($333)
scholarships. Kohn, Bernartzi and
Miss Appleton also were awarded
1,000-pound scholarships, provided
by the premier's office, the for-
eign defense and education min-
istries and the Jerusalem Munici-
Deputy Premier Abba Eban was
chairman of the judges' panel, and
former Premier David Ben-Gurion
was chairman of the quiz pre-
All of these programs during
the Cultural Arts Festival are
free, and the public is invited.
* * *
Center Day Camp
Plans big Summer
Registration for both summer
day camp periods at the Jewish
Center's Ten Mile Rd. branch are
being accepted by the Center Chil-
The four-week camp periods will
be July 5-30 and Aug. 2-27.
Designed to help children in
grades 1-6 to learn to get along
with others, the program includes
sports, crafts, swimming, Jewish
programs and an overnighter.
Counselors are provided on a ratio
of one staffer to nine campers.
Other Center summer programs
include Playland at the branch
for kindergarten children; pre-
school at the main building for 3-5
year olds; Funtime, grades 1-2;
and Summerland, grades 3-6, both
at the main building.
For information and registra-
tion forms, call the Children's
Division, DI 1-4200.
Oak Park Soph
Wins Award at
S BY LARRY DEITCH
The Mumford Action Program
(JN April 16) is a community-
wide program formed to help
-Mumford retain its high stand-
ards and status among Detroit
high schools. Working in cooper-
ation with this group, the Stu-
dent Council has completed work
on a student code of conduct. This
code, drafted by a representative
committee, covers such areas of
discipline as dress, smoking, loi-
tering, tardiness, c a r r y in g of
Infractions of the code will be
punished by a system of de-
merits leading to such discipli-
nary action as late hoUrs and
suspensions. Copies of the code
will be distributed to all stu-
dents at Mumford and its feeder
_junior high schools.
This code is the result of many
long hours of hard work and
thought on the part of the com-
mittee. If properly administered
and enforced it can eliminate any
discipline problem which could
possibly occur in the future. The
code emphasizes the fact that the
student body is an aroused group
wanting Mumford to maintain its
As a senior, proud of his school
this writer asks the students and
the community to support the
work of MAP and the Student
Council. Let us help them con-
vert their plans and dreams into
reality and help Mumford to re-
tain its greatness!
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The Mumford fine arts depart-
ment will present its annual
Spring Music Festival 8 p.m. to-
day. This program combines the
talents of the school bands, orch-
estra, choral groups and dance
ensemble. The program will be
presented in the school audi-
torium. Tickets are available at
Over 300 Mumford seniors will
attend the annual Senior Trip,
sponsored by the Parents Club, to
Washington D.C. The students
turn on the 24th.
Sherry Suttles and Harry Winer
have been chosen as recipients of
the Detroit Police Department
Citizenship Awards. These two
outstanding seniors will be
honored at the annual Police
Award banquet May 26.
illel Dav School
Sets Music Festival
Stephen, an honor student in the
10th grade at Oak Park High, has
received other science contest
awards. In both 8th and 9th grades
he won first awards in the Detroit
contest. This was his first entry
in the high school division, making
Atid to Hear Rabbi Wine him eligible for the national com-
Detroit Chapter of Atid will hear petition.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine at a meet-
0 ing scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday Morris Sherman, 23840 Jerome,
at the Bnai Brith Youth Organiza- Oak Park.
tion building, not at Adas Shalom
Synagogue as erroneously an-
Michigan was the first state to
establish roadside picnic tables.
The 17th anniversary of the state
of Israel will be celebrated by col-
lege students 8:45 p.m. Saturday at
the International Institute. The
event is being sponsored by the
Israeli Student Organization, Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation and the
Student Zionist Organization.
Highlighting the entertainment
will be the Sabra Trio, with Uri
Katz, Shlomo and Yael Biederman,
each of them accomplished in his
Featured also on the program
are Arela Barley, the Israeli in-
strumentalist and Folk Dance
Group and Jack Pitoniack's orches-
tra. Dr. Max Kapustin, director of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation,
will be guest speaker.
The community is invited. Re-
freshments will be served, and ad-
mission is free.
Marty Eisner, of Kent State,
placed fifth in the shot at the
NCAA indoor championships. The
Cleveland boy threw 57'-3/4", and
he's only a sophomore!
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Hashomer to Show Film
at `Felafel Kumsitz'
"The Red Balloon," famous
French film about a boy's adven-
tures and friendship with a bal-
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30—Friday, May 14, 1965
Bonnie Weisberg, chairman, an-
nounces a family night will be
held by Bnai Moshe Youth 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the social hall.
Participating youth groups in-
clude Story Hour, Junior Congre-
gation, Teen-Age Congregation,
Tallis and Tefillin Club, Fresh-
men, Sophomore and Senior USY
Chapters. There will be Israeli en-
tertainment and refreshments.
Bnai Moshe Freshmen Chapter
will hold a bowling party at Star
Lanes Bowling Sunday. The group
will meet 2 p.m. at the synagogue.
The youth of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue will present the Broadway
show "West Side Story" in Hebrew
8 p.m. Sunday in the social hall.
The players, under the direc-
tion* of Marvin Berris and Allan
Gould, have been rehearsing for
months in the recitation and co-
ordination of dialogue and songs.
Susan Grossman, a student at
Wayne State University, is in
charge of scenery and sets.
Participating in the cast are Clif-
ford Beresh, Charles and Howard
Berris, Layne Conn, Sheldon
Cohen, Maxine Finkel, Ilene Gross-
man, Maralyn Glaser, Bonnie
Haber, Ralph Goren, Jerry Hopt-
man, Tommy Letvin, Esther No-
vetsky, Suzy Newman, Doris Se-
ligson, Shelly Sher, Danny Shevitz,
Michelle Sinkoff, Mark Schneider,
Renee Siegan, Doris Rubenstein,
Hannah Ulrych, Sheila Waldman,
Marli Weiss and Gloria Wolk.
Merle Carson is piano accom-
panist; Steven Sinkoff and Earl
Berris render the technical assist-
ance; and Tommy Vieder and
Steven Goldsmith are stage hands.
The public is invited. For
tickets, call the school office, 548-
lon, will be shown 8 p.m. May 22
by Hashomer Hatzair at a "felafel
kumsitz" in the Hashomer build-
ing. Felafel, Israel's popular food,
will be made by members and
served after the movie at a nomi-
Bnai Moshe Youth
Plan Family Night
'West Side Story
will leave Detroit May 20 via
chartered airliners and will re :
Oak Park High School sopho-
more Stephen P. Sherman, won a
fourth place award in the 16th
annual National Science Fair-
International at St. Louis last
The first Spring Music Festival
of Hillel Day School will take
Stephen, at 15 one of the young-
place 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
est winners in the national contest,
Jewish Center's main building.
received a $25 award to buy scien-
Among the participants will be
tific books and equipment.
Mrs. Earl (Marge) Ruby, vocalist,
The other Detroit entrant in the and Mrs. Maurice Parkins, pianist,
contest, Kathleen M. Thomas of the student choir and the Junior
Cass Tech, also was a winner.
Chop-. Director is Mrs. Herbert
Stephen, who was a grand
Eskin. "Fiddler o _ n the Roof" will
award winner in the Detroit be performed by the children.
Metropolitan Contest, entered a
Proceeds will go toward the
zoology project, "Gorgoderine
library and music department.
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