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February 25, 1966 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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Carnivals Galore to Mark Purim

Special Purim services • and
colorful carnivals are planned for
students of the United • Hebrew
Schools by their parents and
teachers. Carnivals will feature
contests, and prizes will be award-
ed for the most original costume,
based on the Purim theme. In
addition, games and refreshments
will add to the festivities.
Adas Shalom, Southfield and
Beth Aaron branches will sponsor
a carnival 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun-
day at Adas Shalom Synagogue. On
March 6, at 10:45 a.m., Adas
Shalom and Beth Aaron students
will attend Purim services in their
respective synagogues and will be
served a holiday lunch by the
PTO.
The Oak Park-Bnai Moshe
branch also will celebrate with
a carnival Tuesday, from 4 to 6
p.m. in the social hall of Bnai
Moshe Synagogue. The Esther
Berman students will have their
carnival in the auditorium of their
building 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. March
6. Families and friends are in-
vited. There will be prizes for
costumes, games and lunch.

Borman and Cohn branches
will conduct Purim services and

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

celebrations in their own build-
ings 10 a.m. Feb. 27. Young
Israel Center of Oak-Woods stu-
dents will participate in serv-
ices at their synagogue 7 p.m.
March 5 and 8:30 p.m. March 6.
Each class will present a short
program after the •services on
Sunday.
The nursery youngsters will

costume for their annual carnival
March 1, and the Queen Esther
Cafe will serve refreshments 9:30
a.m. to 2 p.m. Parent-Teachers
Organizations are involved in the
planning and implementing of the
festivities and will act as hos-
tesses. Parents are invited to at-
tend.
* * *
Mishkan Israel Hebrew School

By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN

A vote taken concerning the
senior class trip was unanimously
passed by the senior class board.

Originally, the trip was scheduled
for Mackinac Island. Southfield
was to share a boat with Ferndale,
but problems of overcrowding
arose. SHS was the first school to
sign up for a boat trip and we were
offered an alternative trip to
will hold its third annual Purim Niagara Falls. It will begin May
10
a.m.
Sunday
at
the
carnival
23 and end May 26.

Synagogue. Booths, games, prizes
Southfield junior varsity basket-
and refreshments will be featured.
Chairman. Mrs. Louis Fein an- ball team has a fine record of 6-1,
nounces that students, friends and the only defeat coming_ in the last
game against North Farmington.
families are invited.
They are usually led in scoring by
* * *
Livonia Jewish Congregation Paul Hunt and Bob Scheur.
In the SMA League, the debate
Youth will hold its carnival noon
to 6 p.m. March 6 at the synagogue squad won a second place trophy,
building. There will be booths, placing just two points behind
Royal Oak Kimball. First place
prizes, games and food.

Youth Pale

Independence Day Chorus to Meet

Teen-agers are invited to join the
Israel Independence Day Youth
Chorus at its first meeting 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Jewish
Center, when plans will be- made
for "A Youth Celebration of
Israel's 18th Anniversary" April
23.
Asher Tarman will be chorus
director for the anniversary cele-
bration.
For information, call Allan Gel-
fond at the Center, DI 1-4200.
* * 4:
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to Know" series will explore the
realm of art with "Is it Art, or is
it Smut?", a discussion by Dr. Ber-
nard Goldman 7:30 p.m. at the
Center. Seventh throught 12th
graders are invited:
Dr. Goldman, associate professor
of art history at Wayne State Uni-
versity, is a fellow of the Ameri-
can Council of Learned Societies.
He is assistant editor of both the
Journal of Aesthetics and Art
Criticism and the Journal. Criti-
cism. In March his new book, "The
Sacred Portal-a Study of Judaic
Art and Iconography," will be
published. -

varsity and junior varsity trophies
were received from the West Oak-
land Debate League. The Detroit

Metropolitan League also awarded
a first place trophy to the junior
varsity debate team. Southfield's
star debaters include Bruce Luria,
Morris Podolsky, David Krohn,
Jeff Komarrow, Bob Michlin, Bob
Feder, Blanche Lynn and Carol

Spickler.
Leon Pedell will be among 225
outstanding high school students
and science teachers from South-
eastern Michigan attending the

second annual junior science and
humanities symposium at WSU,
Feb. 25 and 26.
A citizenship conference spon-
sored by the department of edu-
cation was held at St. Mary's Lake
near Battle Creek. Five represen-
tatives from SHS were Terry
Crawford, Howard Gourwitz, Deb-
orah Shulman, Doug Zusman and

Sue Merson.
A total of 377 U of M freshmen

have been awarded the William J.
Branstrom Prize for Scholarship.
The awards will be presented
Boy Scout Troop 1514, sponsored April 1. Students from Southfield's
by Robert Frost Junior High School class of 1965 include: Marty Stone-
PTA will conduct a Court of Hon- man, Julius Gardin, Sidney Hant-
or 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the ler, Leslie Stern and Randall
Zusman.
school.
Quill and Scroll, international
Eagle Scout rank will be pre-
sented to Dean Gittleson and honorary society for high school
Stuart Shulman by Charles Fein- journalists, has awarded South-
berg.
field High School a membership
All friends of PTA and Scouting charter. Southfield will begin
are invited.
pledging members in April.

Two Troop 1514 'Scouts
to Receive Awards

Area Art Students Walk Off
With Awards in City Contest

Many honors in the Scholastic
Art Awards regional exhibition
went to area students in junior and
senior high schools, some of whom
received multiple citations.
There were 5,514 entries from 175
schools, and the next step for the
150 blue-ribbon winners is the na-
tional contest, sponsored by Schol-
astic Magazine.
The largest number of awards in
this area went to David Kaplan of
Mumford High, whose photography
entries earned him two kold keys
and 19 certificates. Kenneth Apte-
kar of Cooley received three gold
keys and' four certificates in pho-
tography and Jack Nolish of Oak
Park High two gold keys and
eight certificates.

Samuel Garfinkel of Cranbrook
won two blue ribbons in the
senior division art awards and
will be represented in the na-
tional contest, along with other
blue-ribbon senior winners Jan-
ice Levine and Cynthia Leven of
Mumford and junior division en-
trants Leshe Posner, Clinton and
Tobye Stein, Robert Frost.

Gold keys in the senior division
went to Gayle Sandler, Mumford;

L e e n a Rosenberg, Farmington;
Tod Estroff, Groves, also one in
photography; Richard Katz, Berk-
ley; and Al Spinner, Ford. Junior
division winners included David
Sheppard, Clinton; and Paula Cha-
fetz, Mettetal.
Photography gold keys not al-
ready mentioned went to Jerry
Ross, Oak Park, who also received
11 certificates; Larry Guyer, Coo-
ley, along with two certificates;
Todd Estroff, Groves, three certif-
icates; Bert Pernikoff, Mumford,
one; and Rodger Fried, Groves.

Certificates went to the following
senior division artists: Carol Hershber-
ger, Sandy Fredenburg, Linda Cohen
(2), Alan Mandell, Sheryl Silver, Ellen
Stoller, Dennis Greenwald (2), Janice
Levine, Deborah Sirotkin, Dawn Ben-
net, Anita Schnee, Timothy Frankel,
Paula Steinberger, Shirley Monger,
Irene Kupfer, Janis Gorlick, Cythia
Leven, Shirley Monger, Pamela Colton,
Judy Magder, Paul Mendel, Susan Sha-
piro, Edward W. Maslow, Sue Babitch,
Michael Kartze, (2), Martha Schneider,
Cheryl Herman and Richard Mengel.
In the Junior Division the winners
included Janet Chapin, Gail Sattler,
Danny Simkovitz, Janet Simons, Clau-
dia Goodman, Larry Mogder, William
Petoskey, Joyce Brodsky and Diane
°etoskey.
Photography certificates went to Alan
Mandell (3), Douglas Elbinger (2),
Hershel Cohen, Rodger Friedman, Fred
Gottleb (2), Bill Winkler and Steve
Newman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, February 25, 1966

`Religious State
in Israel?' Topic
Set by Collegians



"Should Israel Be a Religious
State?" will be the subject of
Forum III, sponsored by Yavneh
Chapter of Detroit and Young
Israel Intercollegiates 8 p.m. Sun-
day at Young Israel of Greenfield.
All college students and adults
are invited to hear Sholom Gliks-
man, Midwest director of the Stu-
dent Zionist Organization, discuss
the position and challenges of re-
ligious Jewry in Israel today.
Refreshments will follow the
discussion, and there is no charge.
For transportation information,
call Rabbi Zev Schostak, UN 3-4334.

MSU Honors College
Names 3 From Area

Among the 78 Michigan State
University freshmen accepted as
new members in the Honors Col-
lege are three from this area.
Honors College provides special
academic programs for superior
undergraduate students.
They include Sanford M. Kap-
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Kaplan, 18009 Pinehurst, po-
litical science; Sheryl D. Weiss-
wasser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Weisswasser, 18393 Gray-
field, English; and Nancy E. Lapin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lapin, 21360 Virginia, Southfield,
social work.

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