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October 22, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

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Youth Page

Area Teens Politicians for Day;
Ford High Produces A Mayor

pointive posts, and Morris, true
to the traditions of our nation's
politics, did not forget his
friends. Jav Kaner, his campaign
manager, was appointed Traffic
Court judge.
Ford student Mark Miller had
been elected to Common Council.
The rest of the delegation received
the following positions: Jeff Allen,
police commissioner; Tim Dodge,
Civic Center commissioner; Melvin
Foster, Civil Service commissioner;
and David Rosenl. program
director of CKLW radio.
Other area students receiving ap-
pointments were Howard Linden
of Cass as historical commissioner
and Mumfordites Marc Citron and
Edward Zuckerman as report and
information commissioner a n d
editor of The Detroit Free Press,
respectively.
Wednesday, all of the elected
and appointed officials were sworn
in by Mayor Cavanagh, attended a
luncheon with Senator Hart, and
spent the bulk of the day with
their adult counterparts. The day
was climaxed by a $25-a-plate din-
ner at the Statler-Hilton.
All of the boys greatly benefited
from seeing what the work of their
adult counterparts was really like,
perhaps some of the boys were
Detroit's representative in the and
able to teach the adults a thing
Miss Teenage America finals is a or two about politics.
Southfield Miss Judy Jacob, 17.
The daughter of the Norman M.
Jacobs of Dorset Ave. She left Jewish Poetess Wins
Thursday for the national pageant German 'Peace Prize'
to be held in Dallas. En route
FRANKFURT ( J T A) — Nelly
to Texas Judy will spend two days
in Chicago to participate in pre- Sachs, the 74-year-old German-
Jewish poet and writer, was award-
• ageant activities.
) In Dallas, Miss Teenage Detroit ed the German Booksellers' 1965
will be one of 60 local winners, "Peace Prize" here Tuesday at a
age 13 to 17, from cities all over ceremony marking the end of the
the United States to compete for annual International Book Fair.
the coveted title of "Miss Teen-
Mrs. Sachs, whose family died in
age America."
a Nazi concentration camp, fled
Judy, a senior at Southfield Germany in 1940 and found refuge
High School, is an honor stu- in Sweden where she now resides.
dent and active in many ex- Her poetry deals mainly with the
tracuricular activities. An ac- sufferings of the Jews under the
complished dancer, Miss Teenage Nazis.
Detroit has been a member of
In conferring the award, West
the cast at Rochester, New German President Heinrich Lueb-
Hampshire Music Theater and ke praised Mrs. Sachs for "con-
Lambertville, N. J. Music Circus tributing towards a new under-
during the past four summers.
standing between the German peo-
Crowned Miss Teenage Detroit ple and the Jews." She is the first
from among 10 finalists who repre- woman to receive the "Peace
sented over 1,700 original entries, Prize."
she will be accompanied to Dallas
by her mother, who will serve as
Montreal Jews Want
i tier chaperone during the Chicago
and Dallas visits.
Yiddish in Public School
Miss Teenage Detroit will be in
MONTREAL (JTA)—The Mont-
the national finals Oct. 29, to be
televised 10 p.m. Detroit time, real Jewish Labor Committee sent
Premier Jean Lesage a telegram
live over Channel 2.
praising his support of the cultural
rights of ethnic groups on his tour
3 Junior Congregations in Western Canada and asking the
Canadian government to put that
Slated at Beth Abraham support
into practice in Montreal.
The first regular Sabbath service
Recalling its own support of the
for youth of Cong. Beth Abraham "traditional right of every ethnic
will be Saturday with separate group to maintain and cultivate its
service in three age divisions: 5-7, particular values and cultural heri-
8-12 and 13-16.
tage" before the Royal Commis-
A separate service for boys who sion on Bilingualism and Bicul-
excell in Hebrew reading and who turalism, the committee's telegram
can undertake a Torah reading or expressed hope that Lesage would
cantor's assignment, is held 9 a.m. implement his views by passing
Saturdays in the chapel.
legislation which would enable
The first Tefillin Club service Jewish children in Montreal pub-
and breakfast will be held for boys lic schools to learn Yiddish and
for Bar Mitzvah age and over 9 Jewish cultural values.
a.m. Sunday in the chapel and
social hall.
On Oct. 31 at 10 a.m., Beth Heads Homecoming
Abraham Hebrew School will hold
CHERYL SPECTOR, daughter of
its first open house for parents and the Nathan Spectors, 18245 Sor-
students.
rento, was co-chairman of the Uni-
versity of Michigan homecoming
Towtown' at Beth Moses central committee. A Mumford
Beth Moses Chapter, United High School graduate, she is ma-
Synagogue Youth, will hold a joring in speech therapy in the
"Cowtown USY" 8:30 p.m. Sat- school of education. The commit-
urday at the synagogue. Prospec- tee was responsible for planning
tive members. are invited at a and presenting all events during
U. of M. homecoming last weekend.
redhced charge.

By EDWARD ZUCKERMAN
Ford and Mumford High School
students had a large hand in run-
ning Detroit Wednesday at the 14th
annual Boys' Day. Leading the area
students were Steve Morris of Ford
and Stanley Gould of Mumford,
who served as mayor and city clerk,
respectively.
The road to these and others'
successes began Oct. 13, at the
Boys' Day Convention in the Vet-
erans' Memorial
Building.
Morris swept
t h e convention.
The huge Morris
demonstra ti on
foreshadowed his
victory as one-
fourth of t h e
delegates tramp-
ed around chant-
ing 'Morris' amid
masses of post- Ed
ers proclaiming "Morris For Us".
Victor brought the respon-
sibility of filling over 40 ap-

Judy Jacob Flies
to Dallas to Vie for
Miss Teenage Tale

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN
This past week was one of the
most eventful and exciting of the
school year. Recognition was given
to outstanding school scholars,
leaders — and attractive girls.
Sophomore class elections were
held Sept. 20 during the homeroom
period. The voting was recorded
by the IBM machine, and the
results were: sophomore class
president, Gregg Anderson; vice
president, Bryce Cornell; secre-
tary, Judi Rapaport; treasurer,
Jhn. Watts. Board members are
Joyce Keller, Sheldon Koven and
Sharon Stimac. Student Congress
representatives: Brad S c h r a m,
Robert Feder, and Iris Kahn.
Southfield varsity football team
lost to Seaholm on Oct. 8 by a
score of 32-12, bu our next game
against Hazel Park should bring
a victory to the Jays.
Fifteen students were com-
mended for outstanding scholastic
ability which they displayed in the
National Merit Scholarship Qual-
ifying Test given last March. Semi-
finalists are Shelley K. Diekman,
Kenneth Kornheiser, Sanford L.
Levinson, Charlotte Brody, Tobie
Kranitz, David Krohn, John Les-
sen, and Carol Spickler. Richard
Spurgen received the letter of
commendation.
The staff of Southfield High
School's newspaper, the South-
field Jay, included editor-in-
chief, Ellen Berkowitz, adverti-
sing editor, Marcia Eder; ex-
change editor, Ronna Katzman;
feature editor, Janice Blau;
news editor, Judy Shore; sports
editor, Ron Soufrine; staff artist,
Joanne Ketai. Other staff mem-
bers: Estralee Lifton, Kathy
Kover, Terri Klein, Bonnie Garv-
in; photographers, Larry Reit-
man and Jerry Biegelman.
Susan Levitt, senior, spent this
past summer in the Netherlands
where she lived with a wonderful
and hospitable family.
"South Sea Islands" was the
theme for the 1965 homecoming
dance Saturday in the gym.
The homecoming game was play-
ed Friday night. The Southfield
Jays defeated the Berkley Bears
by the score of 13-7. The colorful
and exciting homecoming parade
was held at half time. The floats
were judged according to the best
idea submitted by class and club.
The first-place class float was the
junior class of '67.
Homecoming queen elections
were held a few days before home-
coming. The queen candidates are
nominated by clubs and were an-
nounced at the game.
Queen candidates were Carolyn
Daitch, selected by the debate
club; Sandy Chapman, art club;
Ilene Feinberg, marching band;
Linda Rapoport, future teachers;
and Ilene Sosna, German club.
The homecoming court included
Nancy Dock, Nancy Sayers, Susan
Fuller, Linda Fuller,- Judy Jacob
and Pam LePointe.

Bnai Moshe Schedule

The Tallis and Tefillin Club of
Cong. Bnai Moshe will meet 8:30
a.m. Sunday in the chapel for serv-
ices, to be followed by breakfast.
Boys age 13-18 are invited to
join the group, which has special
programs and bowling parties after
breakfast each week.
Adviser is Mickey Friedman;
Sidney Burk is chairman.
* * *
Freshman and Sophomore chap-
ters, United Synagogue Youth, will
meet 2 p.m. Sunday in the Bnai
Moshe school building. Officers
will be elected.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 22, 1965-29

Beth Aaron Will Start Youth Services Again

This Sabbath Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue will commence its regular
youth Sabbath services.
Joseph Sulkes, president of the
congregation, and Paul Masser-

Scholarships Total $250,000
NEW YORK (JTA)—Ninety-four
scholarships and fellowships have
been awarded for the 1965-66
school year by local Jewish Com-
munity Centers and YM and
YWHAs, the National Association
of Jewish Center Workers and the
National Jewish Welfare Board to
69 students for their graduate edu-
cation in social work, it was an-
nounced here by Mrs. Robert M.
Klein, chairman of JWB's national
scholarship committee. JWB is the
national association of YM and
YWHAs and Jewish Community
Centers.

Students Appeal for Aid

PARIS (JTA)—The Association
of Jewish Students in French Uni-
versities made a public appeal to
French Jewry to help such stu-
dents, paritcularly those who live
away from home. The appeal noted
that most of the students lack
funds for the kind of accommoda-
tions which permit concentration
on their studies.

man, chairman of the youth coim
mission, said three young people's
congregations will be conducted
every Saturday morning to aeeom.
modate various age levels.
The youth congregation, for
boys and girls 12 to 17, meets
in the small chapel 9:30 a.m. Jay
Masserman will be in charge of
this service.
The junior congregation, for
children 8 to 11, with Dan Guyer
as supervisor, will meet in the
small chapel at 10:30 a.m.
Tikvah congregation, for chil-
dren 5 to 8, with Mrs. Phyllis Levin
Domstein as supervisor, meets
10:45 a.m. in the Jospey Room.

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