Projects to Be Shown at Hillel Science Fair
Students of Hillel Day School
will show their projects at the
annual Science Fair, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the school.
At the PTO-sponsored meeting
for parents and friends of Hillel,
.teachers who guided the children
:will answer questions and demon-
strate techniques used in the
school. They are Mrs. Jule Alt-
man, elementary school science
teacher; Mrs. Henry Politzer,
junior high science teacher; and
Mrs. Elmer Jaffe, junior high
Prizes will be awarded for pro-
jects. Election of PTO officers will
take place at a short business
meeting after the fair.
Bible Contest This Sunday
regional finals will be those who
won the local written contest.
The section for intermediate He-
brew includes questions on the
Book of Exodus, and comprehen-
sive English on Exodus, Samuel II
Educational and cultural institu-
tions represented are United He-
brew High School, Temple Israel,
Bnai Moshe and Bnai David relig-
ious schools; Southfield Yeshiva
Beth Yehudah afternoon school and
the Jewish Center.
The aim of the contest is to
promote a greater interest in the
Bible among students of Jewish
Schools in the United States and
Canada, with a view to encouraging
more extensive reading and study-
ing of the Bible, and to strength-
ening the place of Bible studies
in the curricula of Jewish Schools.
Judges for the contest include
Jack Malamud, Midrasha board
By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN -
member; Rabbi Leonard Cahan,
Students who will be participat- assistant rabbi of Cong. Adas Sha-
ing in the 1966 Summer Exchange lom; and Dr. Alfred Greenbaum,
Program are Debbie Goldstein, to librarian, Hebrew and Judaica Sec-
England; Donna Grant, to Den- tion, Wayne State University. The
mark; Steve Lezell, to Holland; quizmasters are Menahem Glaser
Rick Perlman, to Holland and for the Hebrew Division . and Irv-
France; Nancy Sheldon, to Hol- ing Panush for the English Divi-
land and France; and Al Shulman, sion.
In the Jewish Center prelimin-
ary contest, Carol Blumberg won
Number one in the state was the
the first prize of $25; Dan Gold-
title awarded to SHS Key Club at
stein, second, $15; and Debbe
the 15th annual Michigan District
Wedes, third, $5. The questions
Key Club Convention March 25-27
were prepared by Rabbi Isaac
in Grand Rapids. The club is now
competing for international awards.
Award winners of the national
Southfield club received first place
in the Single Service Division for contest will receive a summer tour
its participation in the WXYZ to Israel, Israel camp scholarships
Stamp Drive. Officers of the club and Israel Bonds. Sponsor is the
are Howard Gourwitz, vice presi- department of education and cul-
den Butch Lippert, treasurer; ture of the Jewish Agency and
Richard Miller, adviser; Gary Mc- the World Jewish Bible Society.
The public is invited to observe
Cubbin, secretary; and Bill Wolf,
the regional competition. Dr. Irving
Southfield High has enjoyed its Panush is district chairman of the
National Bible Contest. All partici-
most successful year in the district
pants in the local contests received
forensics contest. The various
a certificate and a Bible contest
schools met at Berkley High March
pin. All finalists in the oral con-
23, and selected contestants to test will be awarded prizes accord-
compete in the regionals at Kim- ing to their rank.
ball last Monday. In four out of
eight divisions in the districts, SHS
placed first. Those students partici-
pating in the regionals were:
Steve Lezell, first place humorous
reading; Carol Spickler, first place
girl's extemporaneous; Francis
Gifford, first place, radio news;
Jim Shoemaker, Sue Merson, Lynn
Adams and Christ Hovanian, mul-
SUSAN MARSHA ARNKOFF,
of Dr. and Mrs. Harry
SHS beat Ferndale High on
Arnkoff of Illinois. Ave, Pontiac,
"Quiz 'Em on the Air," April 3.
a senior at the University of Michi-
The score was '730 to 570. Ronna
gan, has recently been initiated in
Ross, Mark Tauber, Joan Lessen
to the Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta
and Marcie Eder were the four
Kappa, National Honor Society.
members of the SHS team. Their
At the honors convocation held re-
coach was social studies teacher
cently, she was named a James
Mary Markos. The victorious
B. Angell Scholar and elected to
team won a stereo record player
Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society
for the school.
and Phi Kappa Sigma Iota, Ro-
Southfield's Winter Sports Ban- mance languages honor society.
quet was held recently to honor Miss Arnkoff, who will be married
athletes. Guest speaker at the ban- in June, will live and teach in
quet was "Sonny" Means, head bas- Chicago next year.
ketball coach at Western Michigan
University. Receiving letters in
EDWARD NORD, 17-year-old
swimming were Howie Cohen, pianist, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mel-
Mark Cohen and Steve Lezell. Re- vin Nord, 17600 Pinehurst, won the
ceiving his letter in wrestling was first prize in the Grinnell contest
for senior high school students
Three Southfield skiers were April 15. Edward has been a pupil
named to the Mt. Holly Ski League of Julius Chajes for the past five
All-Conference team. Gary Sayers years.
was placed on the boys' first team,
and Beverly Cobb and Nancy Say-
(More Youth News, Page 31)
ers were selected for the girls'
first team. Sophomore Ted Brack- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ett got an honorable mention.
32—Friday, April 22, 1966
Regional finals for the Seventh
Annual Bible Contest will be held
Sunday morning at the Esther Ber-
man Building, United Hebrew
The comprehensive English divi-
sion meets 9:30 a.m., and Hebrew
division, 11 a.m.
Winnners will participate in the
National Bible Contest May 8 in
New York City.
Among those taking part in the
Youth to Honor Israel on 18th Anniversary
Some 20 Jewish youth groups
in the Detroit area will join Sat-
urday to Mark the celebration of
Israel's 18th anniversary of inde-
The festivities will be held at
the Jewish Center at 8:30 p.m.
Center staff members have worked
as coordinators for the program.
The program includes the Shaa-
rey Zedek Orchestra, under the
direction of Jerome Stasson; a
choir, directed by Asher Tarmon;
a dramatic presentation, "Four
Hours to Midnight" performed by
the United Synagogue Youth; Is-
raeli dances and songs by the Cen-
ter's Youth Dancers Guild; a pag-
eant, "Revolt of the Son," by the
BY ROBERT STULBERG
Competing in the ninth annual
Metropolitan Detroit Science Fair,
Kenneth Gilbert won first-place
honors in the Medicine and Health
category for his work on an elab-
orate project concerning heredit-
The project, entitled "The Effect
EDTA on the Transformation of
Salmonella Pullorum," examines
the transfer of hereditary charac-
teristics from one bacteria to an-
other. While the transfer was un-
successful, the judges ruled that
Kenneth had pursued the experi-
ment beyond the levels of any
Cassites took three of the re-
maining nine places in the ?medi-
cine and health category. Della
Rosen placed second.
For the fourth consecutive
year, a Cass student won first-
place honors in the earth and
space science category. Altogeth-
er, Cass had six Science Fair
winners, the greatest number of
any Michigan school.
Placing among the upper 180
participants. four Cassites re-
ceived top honors in the Michi-
gan Mathematics Competition.
Robert Sott took first .place in
the competition. Among those
honored was Irving Rosenstein.
In preparation for the Detroit
High Shool Forensic Festival,
Cass recently held its own foren-
sic competition. Among the 14
first-place winners are: Dwight
Alpern, Nancy Israel, Sheryl Sil-
ver and Robert Stulberg.
Ten Cass .graduates, now at-
tending the University of Michi-
gan, have been named winners
of the William J. Branstom
freshman prize for scholastic.
achievement. Among the recipi-
ents of this award are: Rheta
Pollock, Diane Saltz, Joan Good-
win, • William Schroeder and
Returning for the April 29 con-
cert, two nationally-renowned
alumni, Donald Sinta, '55, alto
saxophone • soloist, and Warren
Benson, '43, composer-conductor,
will perform with the Symphony
At a recent meeting with the
Cass faculty and administration,
Dr. Samuel Brownell, superinten-
dent of schools, clarified the con-
fusion over the Cass science and
He explained, "If a student
wants to specialize, yet still derive
. the benefits of the science and arts
courses, he can come to Cass in
one of the specialized curricula
and take his electives in the
science and arts program."
Hashomer Hatzair group; as well
as a dance interpretation by Habo-
nim and Yizkor reading by Aleph
Zedek Aleph, Bnai Brith.
Jewish Boy Scouts will begin
the program with the flag presen-
tation, which will be followed with
an invocation by Mizrachi Hatzair.
Representatives of the planning com-
mittee are: Marty Alvin, Jewish Center;
Irene Begel, Hashomer Hatzair; Charles
Bergier, Habonim; Enid Breyer, United
Synagogue Youth and Junior Hadassah;
Bob Burnstein, Aleph Zedek A 1 e p h;
David Fauman, United Synagogue
Youth; Baruch Fishoff, Hashomer Hat-
zair; Steve Hoff, Jewish Community
Center; Joel Kashdan, Jewish Center;
Guy Koretz, Zionist Youth Council;
Auto Dealer to Give
Scholarships to 3
A Hamtramck man who thinks
Brotherhood Week all year is
financing three college scholar-
ships—one to a Negro, one to a
Jew and one to a Christian, of
Protestant or Catholic faith.
He is Woodrow W. Woody,
Hamtramck Pontiac dealer for the
past 26 years.
to screen and
select the win-
ners — all high
school seniors —
Leon Fram of
Temple Israel. Woody
Woody gave a four-year, $2,500
scholarship to a Hamtramck youth
last year and was so gratified
with the boy's accomplishments
during his first year in college,
decided to make available the
three scholarships to Detroit high
schools, as well as Hamtramck's.
He plans to make the awards an
At the conclusion of the pro-
gram, the audience will be invited
to participate in the singing and
dancing of Israeli folk music.
Youngsters throughout the city
Youth Services Set
at Temples Tonight
Special services, in which young
people will participate, are
scheduled at Temple Israel and
Temple Beth El 8:30 p.m. today.
At Temple Israel, high school
charaliers will present a cantata
"The Song of the Wise" for Youth
Young People's Society Services
at Beth El will feature a sermon
by Dr. Richard C. Hertz on "Re-
discovering the Lost Wisdom of
Ecclesiastes," and the society will
present "Ecclesiastes, A Poem of
Detroit and Windsor
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In Wayne County, 75,005 people
are employed by Michigan's truck-
ing industry. Their payroll is $458,-
430,560: ••, • • -
Mark Manson, Beth Moses, United Syn-
agogue Youth; Gail Meskin, Bnai Brith
Girls; John Nannes, Michigan Council of
Synagogue Youth; Roselyn Klein, Jew-
ish Parent Institute; Steven Posen,
Tween Clubs, Jewish Center; Judy
Schneider, Bnai David, National Council
of Synagogue Youth; Bob Sevy, Jewish
Center; Dina Sonabind, Hashomer Hat-
zair; Steve Trepeck, Michigan Council
of Synagogue Youth; and Jeffery Weiss,
Jewish Center. Allan Gelfond of the
Center is serving as coordinator for the
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