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October 28, 1966 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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44—Friday, October 28, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth Pa

U. of M. Prof. Abraham Kaplan
AZA's Outstanding Alumnus

WASHINGTON — Dr. Abraham
Kaplan, recently described in Time
Magazine as one of America's 10
greatest university professors, has
been named 16th recipient of the
Sam Beber Distinguished Aleph
Zadik Aleph Alumnus Award.
An alumnus of the boys' division
of the Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-

Formerly, he was chairman of
the department of philosophy at
UCLA, a visiting professor at
Harvard University and Colum•
bia University, and president of
the American Philosophical Asso-
ciation's Pacific Division. He re-
ceived his PhD degree at UCLA.
Dr. Kaplan is director of the
East-West Philosophy Conference
which will take place at the Uni-
versity of Hawaii next summer.
Besides writing articles for phi-
losophical and other journals, Dr.
Kaplan is the author of several
books.
The one-time AZA international
debating finalist holds an honorary
doctorate from the University of
Judaism and is a member of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Commission.
The Beber award is named for
the founder in 1924 of the Aleph
Zadik Aleph of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization, world's largest
Jewish youth organization.

MU3IFORD

U

DR. ABRAHAM KAPLAN

S

tion in Duluth, Dr. Kaplan is now
a professor of philosophy at the
University of Michigan.
He also serves on the editorial
boards of Inquiry, Philosophy East
and West, and the Journal of Ap-
plied Behavioral Sciences.

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Beth Aaron Young Adults
to Hold Cabaret Night

The Beth Aaron Young Adult
Group will hold an Israeli Cabaret
Night 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
social hall. The evening will fea-
ture Israel Hochberg on the halil
and singer Ruth Goldman in a
medley of songs.
The community is invited to at-
tend the program and join the
group, which consists of single
men and women age 21 to 37. Re-
freshments will be served. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Monte Masser-
man, 646-6138.

Southfield
High
School
Newsline

By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN

Bnai Moshe News

Freshman (3rd and 4th grades)
and Sophomore (5th and 6th
grades) Chapters of United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold a general
meeting at the synagogue 2:30
p.m. Sunday. Ronnie Sussman
and Marshall Cohen are advisers.

The junior congregation of Cong.
Bnai Moshe elected Andy Licht
president; Sheldon Neuman, vice
president; and Sandy Sussman,
secretary.

The services, supervised by Mark
Eichner with the assistance of
Ronnie Sussman, are held 10:15
a.m. Saturdays.

Adlai Stevenson BBYM
Elects Executive Board

Adlai Stevenson Chapter, Bnai
Brith Young Men, elected Barry
Ravitz, president; Allan Yolles,
vice president; Mark Lavetter,
treasurer; Larry Gormazano, secre-
tary; and Loren Hollander, chap-
ter counselor.

The three major committee
chairmanships were filled by Mark
Altus, social; Dave Kleinberg, serv-
ice; and Phil Lipson, communica-
tion.

*

*

Senior USY Chapter will hold a
roller skating party -7 p.m. Satur-
day. The group will meet at the
synagoguge and proceed to the
rink. A party at the home of Elaine
Tanzman will follow.
* * 4'
Eileen Davis and Aviva Noble
have been appointed to supervise
an arts and crafts program start-
ing Sunday and meeting biweekly
in the board room at 1:30 p.m.
All boys and girls age 7-10 are
invited.

Adlai Stevenson, a fairly new
chapter in Bnai Brith, is open to
young men age 18-26.

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SHS was host this year to the
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Homecoming weekend Oct. 14
and 15 proved to be very success-
ful. The main attraction of the
Homecoming Dance was when
Principal Hall introduced the
court, which consisted of Karin
Long, Janice Fuller, Joan Knigh-
ton, Kay Farison and Barb Pepp.
Then came the crowning of the
queen, Marryanne Ellison of the
Soroptimums.
Although she is only 4'9" Abby
Moran, junior, made it to the top
in the Miss Teen-age Detroit con-
test when she was selected one of
the 10 finalists.
Golf and Country Clubs/Hollywood Beach, Florida
Southfield High contributed six
students to the National Merit
Semi-Finals: Sue Greenberg, Jon
'Caner, Bruce Levine, Morris Po-
dolsky, Howard Rubin and Frank
Salsburg. Letters of commendation
were awarded to Ken Bowers,
Mark Morrison and Leon Peden.



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BY CAROL DUCHAN

Mumford's student body has
finally settled down to school rou-
tine again, with summer just a
hazy memory.
At the first meeting of the stu-
dent council, plans were discussed
for "M-Week," Mumford's tradi-
tional week of spirit and pep ral-
lies to be held Oct. 31-Nov. 4. The
event will be climaxed by a home-
coming dance.
Other student council plans for
this semester include the bolster-
ing of school spirit through the
sale of beanies and new school
pins.
Council officers this semester
are 12Bs Joe Davidson, president;
Larry Horwitz, vice president; Mar-
gie Rottenberg, recording secre-
tary; Rona Isaacson, corresponding
secretary; and Dan Biber, treas-
urer.
The first issue of the Mumford
Mercury came out Oct. 20. This
year's editor-in-chief is Elliott
Berry. Other editors are Virginia
Hecker, Nancy Mitchnick, Doris
Rubenstein, Esther Novetsky,
Paul Bader and Jim Shiovitz.
Publications coordinator is Can-
dace Friedman; Janice Levine is
the cartoonist; and Elliot Frank,
Paul Juliar and Joseph Sheppard
are the photographers. Business
manager is Mark Bobroff.
Mercury writers also make up
the staff of the Capri, Mumford's
yearbook now on sale. This semes-
ter's school play, "The Music
Man," starring Denise Bale and
Alan Singleton, will be given Jan.
12-13.
On the sports scene, Mumford
is well on its way to duplicating
last year's dismal football record.
As of this writing, the Mustangs
remain winless, having lost their
fourth game, 38-7, to Central.
The cross-country team, how-
ever, has been completely vic-
torious. The harriers are expected
to win the East Side champion-
ship.
The first report card marking
was Tuesday. A Parent-Teachers
Conference Wednesday was high-
lighted by an address by Acting
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Nor-
man Drachler.

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0--w Young Israel
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A program of youth activities
has begun at Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods.
Coordinator for the oneg Shah-
bat activities held Sabbath after-
noons is Avi Schwartz. Group lead-
ers are Sharon Bakunow, Bonnie
Engel and Naomi Engel. Schwartz
will alsO conduct a youth leader-
ship training program.
Eddie Kaplan has been named
youth adviser for the interme-
diates, age 13 and 14, and pre-
collegiates, age 15-17. Kaplan is
also in charge of junior congre-
gation, which meets very Sab-
bath at 10 a.m.
A post-Bar Mitzva minyan and
breakfast club meets every Sun-
day at 9 a.m.
Boy Scout Troop 210, under the
sponsorship of Young Israel, meets
every Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Richard Heimlich is scoutmaster.
Fred Lax, Alex Saltsman and Ed-
ward Traurig serve on the com-
mittee for scouting.

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