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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 23, 1966

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Youth Page

Center Theater Plans 12 Week Acting Workshop

Center Theater of the Jewish
Center announces the beginning
of its 12-week acting workshops.
Workshop 1 for beginners, inex-
perienced actors and teen-agers,
age 15-18, will meet on Mondays
starting Oct. 3.
Workshop 2, for the more ex-
perienced actor, will provide the

Kick-Off Dance
intheWorks for
Detroit AZA, BBG

THENEW

Juliet

The Detroit AZA a n d BBG
Councils of Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization will hold a B B Y 0
"Kick-Off Dance" 8 p.m. Oct 1 at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
The dance, a nondated affair,
is open only to AZA and BBG
chapter membership. There is no
fee for those who are 1966 nation-
ally registered BBYO chapter
members. Membership cards will
be distributed by chapters at the
door.
There is a nominal charge for
prospective members who are con-
sidering joining an AZA or BBG
group for the first time, as well
as any AZA or BBG member not
yet nationally registered for 1966-
67. All nonmembers must be ac-
companied by a registered BBYO
member.
Music will be provided by a live
band, and refreshments will be
served. Dress is casual.
Co-chairmen are Linda Blie-
field, Gottlieb BBG, and Harley
Goldberg, Gershwin AZA.
Adviser is AIelvin Clayton, as-
sistant BBYO director, Michigan
Region.
* * *
AZA will hold a membership
rally 2 p.m. Oct. 2 at the BBYO
offices for all boys age 14 (ninth
grade) and older.

opportunity to develop crafts and
work on characterizations. Regis-
tration will be 8 p.m. Monday, and
the class will meet Wednesdays.
Because of the holidays, the first
class session will be on Tuesday,
Oct. 4.
Leonard Bradley, managing di-
rector of Center Theater, who will
teach both classes, said the work-
shops will study and create scenes
Two Young Men Play
and plays, and will conclude with
Major Roles on Holiday a stage performance.
For information, call Bradley,
Youth is occupying the pulpit
these High Holy Days. While in DI 1-4200, Ext. 40.
many synagogues young people
are conducting their own junior Eddie Kaplan to Lead
congregations, in at least two they
played major roles in the adult Oak-Woods Teen Group
services.
Young Israel Center of Oak-
Daniel B. Syme, son of Rabbi Woods announces the appointment
and Mrs. M. Robert Syme of Tem- of Eddie Kaplan as teen and tween
ple Israel, met an emergency at youth leader.
the Conservative Downtown Syna-
Two groups, age 13-14 and 15-18,
gogue. When Rabbi Noah Gamze will meet separately each Sabbath
became ill before Rosh Hashana afternoon beginning Oct. 15. A new
services, a representative of the youth lounge will be opened in
synagogue asked Syme to offici- the new facilities of the Young
ate. A senior at the University of Israel.
Michigan, he is 20 years old.
Activity during the week will be
The services, held in the Veter- supervised by Kaplan, and he will
ans Memorial Building, accommo- be in charge of junior congrega-
date a larger congregation than tional services every Sabbath and
those of his father.
holiday at 10 a.m.
A graduate of Mumford High
School and Temple Israel Hebrew
Mark 'Landing Day
School, he has received several
awards and plans to study for the Ceremonies Tuesday
rabbinate at the Hebrew Union
NEW YORK — Dr. Leon J. Ober-
College in Cincinnati.
mayer, president of the American!
Across town, The New Temple,
Jewish Historical Society, announc-
holding services in the Birming- ed the celebration of "Landing
By DAVID
ham Unitarian Church, heard Day," Tuesday, marks the arrival ,
STEIN
young Charles Scott, 14, blow of 23 Jews from Brazil to New
the shofar during services. Amsterdam in September 1654,
As Ford classes began Sept. 7,
Chuck is the son of the congre- to establish the first permanent a record 3,000 students confronted
gation's president.
Jewish settlement in the United the new principal, Samuel Milan.
He replaces Miss Bertha Robin-
He volunteered because he has States of America.
been studying the oboe for many
The commemoration will be son, who retired last year.
years, and the ram's horn required marked by an 11:30 wreath-laying
Mr. Milan had previously served
similar effort.
ceremony at the flag-pole in Peter as Ford's assistant principal from
Minuit Plaza, State and White- February 1964 to June 1966. His
hall Streets, New York, by a re-
cently arrived "new American"
David Stein, the newest
child, whose immigration has been
edition to The Jewish News'
assisted by the United Hebrew
roster of school columnists,
Immigrant Aid Society Service and
is editor of Ford High
by the New York Association for
School's newspaper, the
LAWRENCE S. KUSHNER, son New Americans.
Spotlight, belongs to Quill
of Mr. and Mrs. Aid Kushner,
The occasion also will be noted
and Scroll and works as an
22150 Avon, Oak Park, has re- that evening with an address by
office assistant at The Jew-
turned for his third year of rab- Prof. Robert D. Cross, chairman
ish News.
binic studies at the Hebrew Union of the department of history at
Journalism isn't his sole
College, New York, with a bi- Columbia University, and a spec-
interest. David likes pho-
weekly pulpit at Temple Beth ialist in immigration history. Dr.
tography and politics, be-
Shalom, Melrose, Mass. In July, he Abram Kanof, chairman of the
longs to the Northwest Teen
was one of 21 theological students Landing Day committee of the
who received a fellowship to study American Jewish Historical Socie-
Democrats, the school Latin
social action in Washington, and ty, will preside. The evening ses-
Club and the National Honor
in August he spent two weeks as sion will be held at the Jewish Mu-
Society.
an art counselor for Haggigah at seum, 1109 Fifth Ave. which will
Warwick, N.Y.
be exhibiting material on the
"East Side ghetto" of the early educational career includes teach-
* * *
20th Century. The public is invited. ing, counseling and serving as
assistant principal of Cerveny
Two Detroit girls will be among
Junior High.
the 450 freshmen from 35 states Bnai David's USY
and 15 foreign countries arriving
Joseph Johns was appointed
at Barnard College Sunday to take Launches New Season
assistant principal. He had been
part in the orientation program
Lapeed Chapter, United Syna- employed once before at Ford as
preceding the opening of college. gogue Youth, at Bnai David is be- publications adviser.
Among the Barnard Class of 1970 ginning another year of activities
Two new classes are being
are ETHEL-ELLEN LUBY, daugh- for Jewish youth age 15-17.
offered at Ford. One is a Non-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R.
Western Cultures class, taught
Officers are Benny Adler, presi-
Luby, 8900 E. Jefferson, a gradu-
by John Krause, who spent the
dent;
Jeff
Brandwine,
Sally
Chisik
ate of the Mary A. Burnham
last year in the Orient on a
School in Northampton, Mass.; and and Fred Fitlow, vice presidents; fellowship. The other is a sales
MARILYN JANET S T O C K E R, Lee Ann Kalter, secretary; and
class taught only to seniors.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rena Steinbrook, treasurer. Youth
Ford editors this year are David
R. Stocker, 18960 Ohio, graduate adviser is Michael Traison.
The program for the coming Stein for the Spotlight newspaper
magna cum laude from Mumford
High, where she was executive year will include social, cultural and Marc Keys for the Galaxy
news editor of the school news- and religious activities. For infor- yearbook. Both publications are
paper. The recipient of the DAR mation, call the synagogue office, consistent award winners.
Student Council President Marc
Good Citizenship Award, Miss EL 6-8210.
Whitefield has started planning his
Stocker was president of the Cur-
rent Events Club and the Human Chavarim Young Women agenda for the year. The council
began working this week selling
Relations Club.
Plans Membership Tea
book covers and portfolios.
Football season begins today, as
Chavarim Young Women's
Beth Hillel Youth Service Chapter of Bnai Brith will hold the Ford Trojans play Murray-
Cong. Beth Hillel (formerly its third annual membership tea Wright at Robinson Field. Their
Gemiluth Chassodim) will continue 1 p.m. Sunday at the home of next game, also away, is Sept. 30
to sponsor junior services for boys Janet Ravitz, 20112 Mark Twain. against arch-rival Redford. Last
and girls age 5-13 at 9:30 a.m. on Prospective members age 18 to 25 year, Ford was runner-up to Red-
all holidays as well as on the are welcome. For reservations call ford for the Public School League
Sabbath.
Miss Ravitz, 341-8656.
West Side Championship.

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