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June 04, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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Beth Yehudah's Young Men to Mark
Sinai Anniversary With All-Night Vigil

The 400-member student body
of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will not
sleep Saturday night.
At the Northwest center of the
school, 17376 Wyoming, and at the
Oak Park branch, 15400 W. Ten
Mile, young men from age 12 to
24 will be observing an all-night
vigil of Torah study in commemor-
ation of the reverence of God at
Sinai, some 3,500 years ago.
Saturday is the eve of the Jew-
ish Festival of Pentecost, which
is a Greek word meaning "the
50th." When the children of Israel
were preparing to depart from
Egypt in the great Exodus, they
were informed by Moses that they
would have to tarry in the - wilder-
ness for a period of seven times
seven days, after which they would
receive the Torah at Mt. Sinai. So
eager were the children of Israel
to receive the Law of God that
they counted each day of the seven

weeks. Finally on the 50th day
(Pentecost), which was a Sabbath,
Moses ascended the mountain, and
the heavens split open, yielding
the immortal Commandments.
In commemoration of these
events, the all-night vigil on the
night of Pentecost has become
part of Jewish tradition.

Pentecost is a season for re-
flection and rededication to the
principles of Torah and to the
laws and ethical and oral teach-
ings that Judaism has brought
to the world.

is in his honor that the Book of 66 elected Marsha Kaplan, re-
cording secretary, and Douglas
Ruth is read on this festival.
Zusman, treasurer.
The Interact Club, sponsored
by the Rotary Club of Southfield,

Mizrachi Hatzair to Present Film,
Forms Group for Boys Age 6-14

.

Avi Schwartz, president of Miz-
rachi Hatzair, announces the tele-
vision film "Let My People Go"
will be shown 9:30 p.m. June 11
at Young Israel Center of North-
west and 8 p.m. June 13 at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods.
Proceeds will go to the Camp
Moshava Scholarship Fund.

Schwartz, Chaya Tatelbaum and
Sam Cik.
The Bnei Yeshivat Akiva
"Sportsarama" will include base-
ball, soccer, relays and a box sup-
per for fathers and sons.

Rabbi Marshall Goldman, youth
director of Mizachi Hatzair, said
the formation of a Bnei Yeshivat
Akiva group in the area will get
under way with the first outdoor
meeting for boys age .6-14 and their
fathers 2:30 p.m. June 13 at the
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Leaders of the groups are Avi

The fifth and final lecture in
Wayne State University's 15th an-
nual Franklin Memorial Lecture
Series will be given by Dr. Ross
Stagner, this year's Franklin Lec-
turer, at 8 p.m., Monday, in the
Helen L. DeRoy Hall on the WSU
campus.
Theme for the series is "The
Dimensions of Human Conflict."
Stagner, of 32 Norwich, Pleasant
Ridge, has chosen the same title
for his lecture as that of the series,
"The Dimensions of Human Con-
flict."
The chairman of Wayne State's
psychology department, S t a g n e r
taught at Dartmouth College and
the University of Illinois before
joining the MSU faculty. His pub-
lications include research studies
on psychological factors in union-
management conflict and in inter-
national relations. The author of
"Psychology of Industrial Con-
flict" and "Psychology of Person-
ality," he has been president of
the division of personality and
social psychology, and is president-
elect of the division of industrial
psychology, both divisions of the
American Psychological Associa-
tion.
The Franklin series was estab-
lished in 1950 by Temple Beth El
as a memorial to the late Dr. Leo
M. Franklin, rabbi of the Temple.
There is no admission charge
and the public is invited.

Bagley School, 1800 Curtis, will
hold its summer session June 28-
Aug. 20, with subjects for grade
promotion as well as for strength-
ening in major subjects.
Costs have been reduced to the
1962 level. As in previous sum-
mers, there will be • two separate
divisions: regular work school and
tutoring school.
Registration will take place at
Bagley June 25 from 1 to 3 p.m.
and June 28, from 8 a.m. to noon.
Children from private, parochial
and public schools are invited.

County Fair to Be Held
at Livonia Congregation

Games booths, from pony rides
to ring toss, will be featured at
the third annual Country Fair of
Livonia -Jewish Congregation noon
to 8 p.m. June 13.
Sponsored by the men's club
of the congregation, the fair will
have entertainment for the entire
family, and there will be refresh-
ments available at the new syna-
gogue site on Six Mile Rd.

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The parents group of the Band
and Orchestra group of South-
field High School, under the pres-
idency and leadership of Donald
King David played a major roll Schiller, has subsidized 13 scholar-
in the two-day festival. According ships to the Michigan State Uni-
to Jewish tradition, he was born versity Music Camp. Students se-
and died on the Pentecost. He lected to attend during the sum-
stands, not only as a symbol of mer included Richard Schiller,
Jewish thought but as father of Howard Gourwitz, Eileen Fein-
the Davidic Dynasty, which will berg and Steven Youra.
The Student Congress for 1965-
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Bagley School Offers
Sessions for Summer

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

Stagner Concludes
Franklin Lectures

Boris Joffe School
to Be Dedicated

"The Diary of Anne Frank" will
be presented at the Jewish Center
7:30 p.m. Thursday by the drama-
tic players of Berkley High School.

This is the story of a young girl
and her family trapped in an attic
during the Nazi occupation of Hol-
land. The cast includes Richard
Baer, Harriet Myers, Linda Le-
vine, Kathy Edelman, Barry Baker,
Judy Aho, Ursula Klousch, Palle
Gringer, Eric Burton and Mark
Davis. Director is Richard Bond.
* * *
The Center's Youth Division will
launch a baby-sitter course for
tweens, both boys and girls, during
July.

Meetings will be held 1:30 to
3 p.m. F r id a y s, and will be
taught by Mrs. Sidney Locke and
Mrs. Sidney Schuchter of the
membership volunteer commit-
tee. Tween Center members may
register now in the Youth Divi-
sion office.

ships give full Center privileges
from June 15 to Sept. 15 and are
now available in the Youth Divi-
sion.

* *
A brochure announcing and de-
scribing activities for teens and
tweens at the Center this summer
is now available. For information,
call the Center, DI 14200.

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has elected these officers: vice-
Summer memberships again will
president, Douglas Susman; board be available to 7th-12th graders at
members, Morris Podolsky and the Jewish Center. These member-
Murray Sheldon.
The Class of 1967 elected the
Is Your Child Having
following officer s: president,
Trouble With
Steve Lezell; vice-president, Steve
MODERN MATH
Field; board members, Morris
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BIRMINGHAM TUTORIAL
Podolsky and Sue Greenberg.

The annual extracurricular
honors assembly was held May 20.
Awards presented at this time
were: Student Government House
Council, Marc Goldman; commu-
nity relations seminar, Jan Gold-
man; dance club, Margie Switzen;

d e b a t e, Nancy Garlock, Joel
Stocker and Martin Stoneman;
Interact Club, Tom Bonin and
Randall Zusman; National Honor
Society, Randall Zusman; Sorop-
timums, Sue . 1VIarrich; art awards,
Nora Berman, Margie Switzen and

Debby Goldstein.
Those going to Europe this sum-
mer as exchange students are Sue
Levitt and Martha Schneider.
Awards have been presented to
the top 10 students according to
point average, in the senior and
junior classes. Among those re-
ceiving the awards are: Senior
Class, Julius Gardin, Nancy Gar-

lock and Randall Zusman; junior
class, Jeff Hoffman, Tobie Kran-
itz, Laura Snider and Joyce Wein-
stein.

College Youth Invited
to Bnai Moshe Lunch;
USY Elects Officers

Cong. Bnai Moshe will hold a
Sabbath luncheon for its college
youth June 12 following services
at the synagogue.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will speak
on "The Limits of Free Expression
in Religion"
Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth elected Barbara Har-
ris president. Bethe Miller, Mar-
shall Cohen and Bonnie Weisberg
are vice-presidents; Avery Harris,
treasurer; Ronnie Sussman and
Elana Cutler, secretaries.
Myron Friedman, adviser, an-
nounces the Sophomore Chapter is
planning a trip to the University
of Michigan campus on June 13.
The group will meet 10 a.m. at the
synagogue.

Dedication ceremonies of the
new Boris Joffee Elementary
School will be held 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the school, 2200 Ewald
Circle.
The school is named for the late
At the annual meeting of the
executive director of the Jewish Young People's Society of Temple
Community Council, who died May Beth El, Phil Moore was elected
28, 1960.
president.
Bruce Broder and Betsy Hecht
`Orthodoxy Outdated?' are vice presidents; Diane Juliar,
MSTY board member; Joannie Len-
Oneg Shabbat Topic
hard and Nancy Kux, secretaries;
Detroit Chapter of Atid will Andy Broder, treasurer, and Bob
hold an oneg shabbat 9 p.m. to- Loewenstein, parliamentarian.
day at the home of adviser Eliez-
John Nannes was elected presi-
er Silverman, 13259 S. Norfolk. dent of the Michigan Federation of
Discussion of "Is Orthodoxy Out- Temple Youth; Fred Miller, gen-
dated?" will be led by Silverman. eral vice president of MSTY; and
Marilyn Sitron will chair the Bob Ross, vice president.

Phil Moore Heads
Beth El Youth

discussion, and Gloria Kadashaw
will be hostess. For information,
call Miss Kadashaw, UN 1-1646.

Berkley Actors Will Present Diary';
Summer Youth Activities Are Slated

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, June 4, 1965

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