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January 21, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-21

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Southfield
High
School
Newsline

By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN

Fourteen students have been se-
lected after a series of interviews
by screening committees made up
of parents and school people for
the "youth for understanding"
teenage exchange program.
Among them are: Deborah Gold-
stein, Nancy Sheldon, Steve Lezell,
Bonnie Mahar, Donna Grant, Alan
Shulman, David Gunsberg and
Richard Perlman. The students will
visit either Western Europe, South
America, or Japan this • coining
summer.

The pressures accompanying try-
outs for Southfield's spring musical
"Brigadoon" have subsided and the
cast has been selected. Congratula-
tions go to the following who will
enact the following roies : Marilyn
Mercer as Jane Ashton; David
Gunsberg as Harry Beaton; Sue
Merson as Meg Brockie; Al Shul-
man as Frank. Carole Krass was
chosen student director of the per-
formance and Judy Jacob as stu-
dent choreographer, in addition to
her role. Dancers for "Brigadoon"
are: Margo Bloomberg, Barb Ga-
ber, Lauri Goldstrom, Lisa Good-
man, David Guns b e r g, Abby
Moran, Naomi Pliskow, Joan Ros-
enbaum, Denise Ruby, Karen
Sharkey and Sharon Ushman.
Students who qualified for Part
II of the Michigan mathematics
prize competition are: Joseph
Berenholz, Jeff Hoffman, Bob
Jacobs, Jon Kaner, Ken Hornhei-
ser, Larry Reitman, Ronna Ross
and Howard Rubin.
A new school will be erected in
the Usambara Mountains of North-
east Tanzania in Eastern Africa
because of the accomplishments of
the senior class of 1965. The
school will be called the Kongoi
Lower Primary School and will
consist . of two classrooms, $1,000
having been donated to the Peace
Corps school - to - school program.
The original goal of $600 was al-
most doubled due to the work of
enthusiastic students. Last year's
senior class officers were Hack
Nagler, president, and Randall
Zusman, board member.

On Feb. 8, 9 and 10 there will
be a Michigan School Conference
on Citizenship, to be held at St.
Mary's Lake Camp. Guest speakers
include State Senator Sander M.
Levin and Dr. Alvin Loving from
the University of Michigan. Stu-
dents selected from Southfield are
Howard Gourwitz, Sue Merson,
Debbie Shulman and Doug Zus-
man.
Southfield High class of 1964
presented this school with a statue,
baboon and her baby, a Marshall
Fredericks original. Senior officers
of the 1964 class included Allen
Wilcox, vice-president.

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'The Boy Friend' a Date to Remember

Detroit Civil Air Patrol Announces Openings

Doing their part to help Temple
Israel celebrate its 25th anniver-
sary year, 40 members of the con-
greation's Youth Group last week
presented, on two successive
nights, their version of the hit
musical play, "The Boy Friend."

The Detroit Group 6313, Civil
Air Patrol, has immediate open-
ings for Civil Air Patrol cadets,
squadron commanders, squadron
chaplains and supervisory person-
nel.

The ambitious undertaking of
this frilly tale of the 1920s, with
its lively music, colorful costum-
ing and intricate choreography,
was surprising. What is more amaz-
ing is that on both nights capacity
audiences sat spellbound through
the fast-moving performance, not
completely believing what they
saw was the work of amateurs.

Except for a few of the prin-
cipals, none of the cast had pre-
vious musical or dramatic train-
ing. This is a remarkable tribute
to 17-year-old Elliott Siegel, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Siegel,
who produced, staged, did the

choreography and directed the
production.
Elliott, a senior both in the

Temple Israel High School and at
Cass Technical High School, has
been involved in dramatics for
many years — writing and direct-
ing plays for the Temple Religious.

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School, at Cass and at the Inter-
national Music Camp at Interloch-
en.
Drawing superlatives for their
excellent performances as the
leads in "The Boy Friend" are
Lisa Burnstein, David Fink, Sher-
yl Silver, Marshall Goldberg, Lar-
ry Stewart, Susan Jacobstein, Rick
Oppenheim, Margo Bloomberg,
Lauren Schwartz and Carole To-
bias. • Solid supporting perform-
ances were turned in by Steve
Trepeck, Rick Brenner, Steve Ras-
kin, Judy Hahn, Barbara Schlaff,
Nancy Polen and Laurel Lipsitt as
the singers and dancers.
The chorus included Fred Frank,
Lynne Frank, Rick Gilbert, Gren
Gradis, Bob Handler, Mike Katz,
Nadine Levin, Ellen Meistrich,
Muriel Nathan, Bob Neshkes, Barb
Reder, Janice Schaefer, Brian Sey-
burn, Barbara Solomon and Nor-
man Trepeck.
At the conclusion of the show,
Steve Trepeck, Youth Group presi-
dent, called on Harry L. Pliskow,
Temple Israel president, to receive
a check from the show's proceeds
as the Youth Group's financial con-
tribution to the Temple's 25th
Anniversary Development Fund.
F.S.

Adas Shalom Youth
Lead Sabbath Service

Collegians to Get Data
on Professions in Israel

Shmuel Werzberger, director of
the Israel Aliyah Center, Inc., of
the World Zionist Organization,
will be visiting college campuses
in the next few weeks to recruit
young people interested in work-
ing in Israel at their professions.
His schedule is: Feb. 14-15, De-
troit Institute of Technology; Feb.
28, Michigan State University;
March 1, Wayne State University;
and March 14, University of Mich-
igan.
Graduating seniors will be ad-
vised on ulpan Hebrew study pro-
grams in the summer and on spe-
cial benefits available to profes-
sionals.

For information or appointment,
contact Werzberger, 13947 Cedar,
Cleveland, 44118.

More Youth News, Page 30

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JANUARY
CLEARANCE

anne Rapoport. The sermon on
"The Value of Education" was

preached by Sam Johnson.

Bnai Mitzvah

BLAIR STUDIO

Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs

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Jews in Sports

winning title among thoroughbred
horse owners. His Harbour View
Farms earned $889,921, Wolfson
had some consolation when the
Triangle Publications, the trade
journals, selected his horse Ro-
man Brother horse-of-the-year. In
his 40 starts Roman Brother has
earned $935,203 to place him sev-
enth on the list of world money-
winners.
Roman Hanover, trained by
Jerry Silverman was named the
best two-year-old pacer in 1965
by harness racing writers in a poll
conducted by the United States
Trotting Association. The pacer
won 13 of 16 starts and earned
$146,947.
Guard Barry Leventhal of
UCLA played a fine game for
the Bruins in their great win over
Michigan State in the Rose Bowl,
Leventhal captained the offense
. . . One of the officials at the
Rose Bowl game was Harry Edel-
son who starred for U S C in their
1930 Rose Bowl win over Pitt . .
Mike Buckner, defensive back for
Northwestern, signed as a free
agent with the Miami Dolphins of
the American Football League
. .. End Dave Greenblatt of Am-
herst was awarded an NCAA
$1,000 postgraduate scholarship
for outstanding athletic ability
and superior academic achieve-
ment. The scholarship is payable
to the university or professional
school of the recipient's choice.
Andre Kharmarskiy won the
high jump crown at the Russian
national championships. He
jumped 6'11- 1/4" . • , Carol Abby
of New York University won the
Christmas women's intercollegiate
fencing championship. She is the
second ranked woman fencer in
the U.S. ... Joel Galpern of
Miami Beach won the national
junior handball singles champion-
ship, He defeated Marty Silver of
Boston 21-13, 21-17 at the Miami
YMHA.
Dr. Nathan P. Feinsinger, chair-
man of the three-man panel set
up to mediate the New York tran-
sit strike, was in his younger days,
at U. of Michigan, a track star.
He made the NCAA Honor Roll
in 1926 as a quarter-miler. I'll bet
he never had to run against a
tougher opponent tbali Mike Quill!

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Services in the main sanctuary
at Atlas Shalom Synagogue were

taken over recently by members
of the synagogue youth congrega-
tion, who chanted the service, read
the Torah, and led readings.
Participants were Mark Schnei
der, Howard Berris, Steven Sin-
koff, Doris Rubenstein, Tommy
By JESSE SILVER
Schwartz, Ralph Gm-en, Jonathan
Kaner, Maxine Finkel, Hannah
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Financier Louis Wolfson just Ulrych, Daniel Marwil, Daniel
missed winning the 1965 money- Shevitz, • Michael Cohen and Ros-

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The cadets of the Civil Air Pa-
trol, boys and girls age 13-18, are in
the modern aerospace education
program. One of the highlights of

the program is a flying encamp-
ment during the summer months
at an Air Force base.
Squadron commanders and su-
pervisory personnel, male or fe-
male, must be 21 or older and
complete the commanders training
program. The squadron chaplain
must be an ordained clergyman.
For information, call Lt. Colonel
Thomas C. La Forge, group com-
mander, 831-4265.

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Allender
of Harlan Ct., Farmington, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son David at Sabbath services last

Saturday at Cong. Bnai David.
Steven Hantler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Hantler*of 10 Mile Rd.,
Southfield, observed his Bar Mitz-
vah that same morning at Bnai
David.

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Academics at Desert College

SDE BOKER — The history
and landscape of the Negev
will be studied on the spot at a

series of four-day seminars pro-
vided by the Histadrut for mem-
bers of the Union of Academic
Workers during the winter. These
courses will take place at the Sde
Boker Seminary, only four kilome-
ters from this kibbutz, which has
won fame as the residence of for-
mer Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion.
The college, which will even-
tually house Ben-Gurion's con-
siderable library, was launched
here largely owing to his influ-
ence.

Histadrut Assisting Needy
University Students

TEL AVIV — More than

500 students benefited last year
from loans totaling 125,000 pounds
($41,066), extended by the Histad-
rut on a long-term basis. Another
project recently inaugurated was

the insurance scheme for students,
set up between the Israel Students'
Association and the Histadrut's in-
surance firm, Hassneh.

U.S. Helps Yeshiva U.

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Yesh-
iva University has been awarded
a grant of $536,870 by the Office
of Economic Opportunity to help

the institution continue its com-
munity health program in the
South Bronx.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 21, 1966-29

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