Sets Scout Sabbath;
to Present 'Ner Tamid'
Beth Aaron USY
Plans Purim Fun at
to Appear on CBS
Beth Aaron Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold its annual
Purim Carnival at the synagogue
1-4 p.m. Feb. 20.
Blanche Lynn, president, an-
nounces that the carnival will help
raise money for the Building
Spiritual Bridges prograM of _USY.
Highlights o!.' the afternoon will
be an auction, refreshments and
activities for both children and
adults. There will be movies for
younger children. dancing in the
"Purim a Go-Go" and the limbo
for teen-agers, and a fun house for
the entire family. There are .many
gifts and pirzes to be given away
and many different booths. Admis-
sion nominal; for children under
12 it is free.
2 USY Units to Gather
for Regional Rally
Adas Shalom and Beth Moses
United Synagogue Youth groups
Will conduct a regional rally at
Cong. Beth Moses 9 p.m. Feb. 19.
USY'ers from six states will be at-
tending this rally, a preliminary
to the annual regional convention
March 11-13 at the Netherland-
Hilton Hotel, Cincinnati.
42 Tots to Be Consecrated
The Adas Shalom Religious
School will hold its annual conse-
eration service at Saturday morn-
ing services for 42 children begin-
ning their Jewish education this
year. Consecration marks the for-
Mal presentation of young children
to their congregation and their
people, and their introduction to
the world of Jewish learning.
Paul Schoenfield, 19, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Gilbert Schoenfield of
Burlington Dr., will be featured
on the "New York Philharmonic
Young People's Concerts with
Leonard Bernstein" 7:30 p.m. Feb.
22 over CBS and WJBK-TV (Chan-
Paul, former student of Jewish
piano lessons at
age 6 and wrote
his first musical
When he was
" only 8, Paul was
selected for the
sponsored by the
Association . He
made his New
York debut at
Town Hall last
year, and a rec-
ord of his has
On the record
is a composition he wrote, "Sonata
Now a music student at Con-
verse College in South Carolina,
Paul has appeared with the De-
troit Symphony and Chautauqua
(N.Y.). Festival Orchestra.
Religious School Pupils
Attend Catholic Mass
NEW YORK (JTA)—Eight Re-
form Jewish teenagers attended
mass at the Church of St. Paul the
Apostle here Sunday in a program
arranged by the Stephen Wise
The means of attaining wisdom Free Synagogue aimed at enabling
once neglected are irrecoverable. the youngster to learn about the
Roman Catholic Church.
The Jewish youngsters, pupils
of the Stephen Wise Free Syna-
gogue School, were also given
special instruction in the pro-
cedures and religious articles and
vestments used in the Catholic
6th Successful Season
ritual at the St. Paul the Apostle
School and were guests at a brunch
for BOYS & GIRLS.
given by the Sisters of the Holy
AGES 14 to 17
Cross who staff the Catholic
The 1 week program features:
In the instruction period, the
• Camping, working with 1sr4ii boys
& girls in KFAR HAYAROK
Jewish youngsters watched a
• Field trips—hikes throughout Israel
demonstration of Catholic ritual
• Classes in conversational Hebrew
which was explained to them by a
• Land & water sports, arts & trent
faculty member of the St. Paul
• American and Israeli counselors
• Nutritious & strictly July-Aug. 1961
Last year, the Stephen Wise
you, full particular*
Free Synagogue School was host
at a model Passover seder to a
group of Catholic youngsters.
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The annual Scout Sabbath will
be observed by the boy scouts of
Troop 23 Saturday at Cong. Gemi-
luth Chassodim, where Troop 23
The Synagogue Council of
America and the National Jewish
Committee on Scouting have de-
signated that on Scout Sabbath
presentation be made to scouts
who have been awarded the Ner
Tamid medal and certificate.
have as its theme "MSTY on
Mars." Chairmen of the event are
Renee Ashendorf and Jim Siegel
of Grand Rapids.
`Torah, Science' Topic
of Campus Town Hall •
Yavneh Chapter of Detroit and
Young Israel Intercollegiates will
sponsor Forum II of its "Town
Hall on the Campus" 8 p.m. Sun-
day at Young Israel Center of
Dr. Hugo 1VIandlebaum, profes-
sor of geology, Wayne State Uni-
versity, will speak on "Are the
Torah and Science Compatible?"
All college students and adults
are invited at a nominal charge.
Refreshments will be served.
For transportation and informa-
tion, call Lanny Cern, DI 1-9850.
Chavariin Bnai Brith Young
Women (age 18-21) will hold a
dance, benefiting the International
Service Fund, 8 p.m. Feb. 19 at
the Labor Zionist Institute. The -
Minor Keys band will entertain.
The International Service Fund
(ISF) was established in 1956 to
raise funds for support of Bnai
Brith Youth projects in need of
financial aid. Such projects are the
"Little Red Schoolhouse" tutoring
Jeffrey Altshculer, 12, son of
service in the Leo N. Levi Hos-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Alt-
pital, Hot Springs, Ark; the Dis-
schuler, 20511 Ardmore, and
aster Fund, which helped victims
Marc Katz, 14,, son of Mr. and
Custorn Fliic E ture Framing
of Florida's Hurricane Betsy find
Mrs. Ely Katz,. 20542 Rosemont,
on Troop 264, will be presented
CEF; and the Foster Parent's
with the Ner Tamid Medal by
Plan, through which a Korean boy
Rabbi Joel Litke.'
has been "adopted" and helped
Services will be conducted by through school by BBYO.
18090 WYOMING at Curtis
Joseph Birnholtz. Scouts of Troop
For information, call ISF Chair-
23, Daniel Bensky, Norman Efros,
man Elaine Sadoff, 835-1077.
Michel Fields, Paul Siman, Jeffrey
Schreiber and Jerry Superstine,
will assist the cantor in the ritual Young Adults Make
and special hymns, while Marc Plans at Beth Abraham
Friedman, a recipient of the Ner
The Young Adult Group of : M• G• M. 4(
Tamid, will chant the Hotzoah Cong. Beth Abraham will hold a *
social meeting with a speaker 8
Greetings and a reception for p.m. Sunday in the synagogue
the scouts, their leaders and their youth lounge. That week, on 4
families will be tendered by the Wednesday, the board will meet at ***********************
sisterhood of Gemiluth Chassodim. 8 p.m.
Other activities scheduled by
The troop committee is headed
by Alfred A. Klunover, who is also the group are a bowling party 9
institutional representative of the p.m. Feb. 20 at Wy-7 Lanes, serv-
alumni association which has con- ices 9 a.m. Feb. 26 in the chapel
tinuously sponsored this unit since and a business meeting 8 p.m.
1929. The members of the alumni Feb. 27 in the lounge.
For information, call Jay Gross-
association were members of the
troop which originally met at the man, membership chairman, UN
Hannah Schloss Building in 1911. 1-2239, or Shelly Bank, president,
Nathan Trager, scoutmaster, in- UN 3-4628.
vites all parents, relatives and
The wise and the just should
friends of the scouts to attend and
fear no man; for the pious fear
participate at this service.
none but God.—Arabic proverb.
Livonia Ceremony Set
Troop 279 First Class Scout
Kenneth Bayles, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Richard J. Bayles of Weyher
Ave., Livonia, will receive the Ner
Tamid Award at services 8:30 p.m.
today in the Livonia Jewish Con-
Dutch Student Groups
Petition Soviet Govt. .
AMSTERDAM (JTA)—All stu-
dent organizations in Holland
started Feb..3 to circulate petitions
to the Soviet government protest-
ing against anti-Jewish discrimin-
ations in the USSR and urging
that Soviet authorities permit
Jews who want to do so to emi-
grate. The petitions would be pre-
sented to the Soviet ambassador
at the Hague for transmission to
The situation of Russian Jewry
has been highlighted in this coun-
try by an exhibit, which opened
two weeks ago in the Amsterdam
Municipal Library, showing docu-
mentary evidence of anti-Jewish
Temple Youth to Meet
measures taken by the. authorities
of the USSR. The exhibit has been
for Grand Rapids Parley
by many non-Jews as well
The Grand Rapids Branch of viewed
as Jews here.
Michigan State Temple Youth will
host the MSTY annual winter con-
clave this weekend at the Grand Lincoln Remembered
Rapids temple. Some 150 members at Birthday Assembly
of MSTY are expected to attend.
Akiva Hebrew Day School will
Meeting for registration 6 p.m.
today, the group will attend Sab- mark the anniversary of Abraham
bath services, conducted by mem- Lincoln's birthday with a student
bers of the Grand Rapids youth assembly 9:30. a.m. Monday in the
group. Youth Grout) President Labor Zionist Institute auditorium.
The school's third grade, under
John Nannes will deliver the ser-
mon. An oneg shabbat will follow. the direction of Mrs. Meir Lieber-
son, will present a play, "Lincoln's
The Pontiac Youth Group will
lead Saturday morning services,
The public is invited. For infor-
and there will be afternoon
mation, call the school, 342-9119.
classes focusing on the life of
A dance Saturday night will
to Sponsor Dance
as Benefit Event
High school graduates and sen-
iors applying for the Sgt. Morton
A. Silverman Post, Jewish War
Veteran, scholarship, announced
on the youth page last week are
Robustness and obesity are sel- asked to send their applications
dom the portion of the devotee to the post and auxiliary at 19161
of study and religion. — Arabic Schaefer, Detroit 48235. The ad-
dress was not listed last week.
The deadline is April 15. Sons
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