Kennedy Memorial Meeting Planned
at WSU; Purdue Hil lel Head to Talk
The Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion will sponsor a John F. Ken-
nedy memorial meeting Monday, on
the anniversary of the President's
The meeting, cosponsored by the
Council of Religious Advisors and
the Council of Religious Organiza-
tions at Wayne State University,
will be held 2:30 p.m. in the Chase
Room, Mackenzie Hall.
Rabbi Gerald Engel, Hillel direc-
for at Purdue University, will
speak on "Mississippi Revisited —
a Kennedy Legacy."
Dr. Engel participated in a sum-
mer project in August 1964 and
returned to the same community,
Canton, Miss. for another two
weeks in August 1965.
By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN
Dr. Engel's article have appeared
in many journals and periodicals.
Southfield High's school p 1 a y
The meeting is open to the pub- "The Miracle Worker" is ready
lic without charge.
to get under way today and Sat-
urday. Four - foot nine senior
Carole Krass, star of the play,
seems especially made for the part
of Helen Keller. Besides acting as
a career, Carole considers becom-
ing a speech therapist.
The cross-country team was
defeated by Dondero in the last
meet of the year, 33-24. Kim Hart-
man placed first, Gary Sayers,
fourth, and Eddie Simon, 11th. In
the Northwest invitational meet, 12
cross-country teams participated,
"A Child's Calendar" is an
and Southfield placed eighth. Hart-
Alfred Knopf publication issued
man placed second out of 155 run-
as part of a joint effort to pro-
ners. Also running in the North-
duce the best in children's books
with Random House and Pan-
west Invitational were Gary Say-
theon Books. Among the im-
ers. Tony Kovach and Eddie Simon.
pressive new volumes in this
Janice Blau, president of Junior
series in the triple publishing Hadassah of Southfield, and her
effort is another notable chil-
committee were in charge of a
dren's book, "Petuhia, I Love
booth offering unusual Hanukah
You," by Roger Duvoisin, also
decorations and gift wrap Tues-
under the Knopf imprimatur. day at Northland Concourse.
The clever duck Petunia aroused
At the annual Sports Night
the appetite of Raccoon who
Banquet Wednesday at the South-
would relish making a meal of
field Civic Center, Frank "Mud-
her. But Petunia outsmarts him
dy" Waters was guest speaker
—and in the end they become
from Hillsdale College. Football
good friends. It is a cleverly told
and cross country athletes were
story, splendidly illustrated by
awarded letters at the event.
Southfield High school's teachers
"The Boys Life Book of World and counselors surprised their
War II Stories" would have been former students last week by talk-
more realistic if it had contained ing to the University of Michigan
at least one story exposing the freshmen.
Juniors Ronna Katzman and
Nazi atrocities. The nine stories
in this book were selected by the Terri Klein, members of the Jay
editors of Boys' Life. The book staff, attended the Detroit Student
was illustrated by Leonard Slonev- Press Association parley.
Random Children's Books on Science,
Romance, Animals Treat for Readers
Random House specialties in
children's books were enriched
this month by the appearance of
several noteworthy volumes for
boys and girls.
A genuine treat for those who
love science is "All About Light
and Radiation" by Ira M. Free-
man. Excellently outlined by an
expert are the explanations of the
world of light, the way light trav-
els, how mirrors function, the
workings of a lens, streams of
energy, colors, light unseen and
the story inherent in the rainbow.
This is such an informative
book that it makes excellent
reading and could well serve as
Special attention should be
given "A Child's Calendar — A
poem for each month catches the
mood of the changing seasons" by
John Updike, illustrated by Nancy
Ekholm Burkert. Each month is
properly delineated and the pic-
tures. and text fuse into classic
art that will provide splendid en-
tertainment for youngsters.
Young Adults Planning
Bowling Party Saturday
The Young Adult Group of Cong.
Beth Abraham will hold a bowling
party at WY-7 Lanes 9 p.m. Satur-
day. That morning at 9 they will
meet for Sabbath services in the
A board meeting is scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. Sunday and an open
business meeting 8 p.m. Nov. 28.
Both will be held in the youth
For membership information,
call Jay Grossman, chairman, UN
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Friday, November 19, 1965-29
From the same magazine were
culled "The Wild Animals Stories."
There are 10 fine animal stories
and the illustrations are by George
Then there are girls' stories:
"The American Girl Book of Dog
Stories" illustrated by J. C. Kocsis.
The 10 stories were selected by,
the editors of American Girl Mag-
azine. Another volume, containing
10 stories of romance from Amer-
ican Girl Magaine, is entitled
"When Girls Meet Boys." The il-
lustrator is Tracy Sugarman.
G'Dee to Perform a t Center Book Fair
"G'Dee Celebrates the Holidays,"
an original puppet show, will be
presented again Sunday, the last
day of the Jewish Book Fair at
the Jewish Center.
The Mildred Berry Puppets will
perform 2 and 3 p.m. in the Aaron
D e R o y Theater, and authoress
Martha Marenof will tell stories
after each show in the library.
Also, from 9 a.m. to noon, Mir-
Plans Winter Camp
Folk dancing and singing, tobog-
ganing, winter sports, hiking, har-
monica and halil classes and vital
discussions will be featured at
the annual Winter Camp Shomria,
Dec. 23-28 at Kensington Metro-
politan Park. The camp will utilize
park facilities, and indoor activi-
ties will include discussions about
challenges facing Jewish youth.
For registration information. call
Assaf Orr, Hashomer Hatzair di-
rector, UN 4-5696.
iam Selker Dodek, author of "River
of Wonders — Stories of the Nile"
will be present, especially for Sun-
day school classes.
Akiva School Assembly
to Mark Thanksgiving
Akiva Hebrew Day School will
have a Thanksgiving assembly 9:30
a.m. Wednesday in the auditorium
of the Labor Zionist Institute.
Sixth-grade students, under the
direction of Mrs. Estelle Galper,
will present a skit, "Strictly Pur-
The public is invited.
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