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November 03, 1967 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-03

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26—Friday, November 3, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AJCongress' S. S. Wise Laureates

Leonard Bernstein, musical director of the New York Philhar-
monic, Gideon Rafael, Israel's ambassador to the UN; and Harry
Waxman, New York Jewish communal leader (from left), have
been named the 1967 laureates of the Stephen S. Wise Award of
the American Jewish Congress. They will receive bronze medallions
at a dinner in New York Sunday.

A.,117

nouncements

Pantheon Tales
Full of Delight
For Very Young '

Oct. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
L. Selik (Barbara Edelheit), 14590
Balfour. Oak Park, a daughter,
Sta•i Ann.
* a *
Oct. 23 — To Dr. and Mrs.
George R. Kerwin (Helen Mendel-
son). 22149 Chatsford. Southfield,
a son, Glenn Allen.

a
Oct. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald F. Pearlman (Beryl Kramer),
21620 Gardner. Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Nita Lynn.

News Scoops
From Southfield

By AVI KRIECHMAN
During the past few weeks, a
continuous surge of student activ-
ities adds to the tidal wave of
school spirit. Among the activities
are sophomore elections, interest in
the dramatic arts and student-
sponsored activities.
The 10th graders, having justly
decided to be-
come a more in-
tegral and com-
plete part of the
school's rapidly
expanding tradi-
tion, are having
election of offi-
cers and board
members this
week. Candidates
for president are:
Rick Anderson, Avi
Mark Gaudio, Mark Lopatin.
Darrell Jacob, Bob Smith, Rick
Hamill and Avi Kriechman. Other
officers to be elected are vice-
president, secretary, treasurer, and
three board members. The newly-
elected officers will plan all soph
activities, and will help in the es-
tablishment of a permanent sopho-
more lounge.
The boom in dramatics is due
mostly to two organizations, the
Drama Club and the Repertory
Theater. The club's already elected
officers are Dan Podolsky. presi-
dent; Lynn Berman, secretary. and
Marlene Tucker, treasurer. Activ-
ities planned by the club consist of
presenting a children's play at an
orphanage or hospital, selling
candy bars and potato chips during
the lunch hours and going to see
the production of "Manic" at the
Fisher.

Real skill is required to produce
a children's book. It must be en-
tertaining. instructive, colorful—
all to hold a child's attention.
This is the case with the "ABC
for children," rhymes collected by
Jessie G. Townsend into a volume
entitled "Annie, Bridget and
Charlie," published by Pantheon
Books, a division of Random House.:
The Repertory Theater is cur-
With the charming illustrations
rently planning a "Retaliation
by Jan Pienkowski, this volume is
unique in that for each letter there! Day" in which, among other
things, students will be able to
is a rhyme that tells a story. For
throw pies at their teachers, buy
instance, under P we read:

*
"slaves" for the day and enjoy
P is for poor little Paul.
Oct. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs. How-
Who doesn't like lessons at all.: a free-for-all water balloon fight
ard M. Ellis (Elisheva Gorrelick),
outside the building. Now in pro-
Rather
than
speak

former Detroiters of Alexandria,
ductive stages, the theater is
Both Hebrew and Greek
Va.. a son. Avery Mark.
planning for the completion of
He'd like to learn how to grow
• * *
three plays by mid-January.
tall.
Oct. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Lawr-
These are "Aria da Capo" by
Every verse, each illustration,
ence Crantz (Marilyn Frieden-
Edna St. Vincent Millay, "Still
berg ). 17137 Sherfield, Southfield, has action and dramatizes the
Alarm" by George S. Kaufman,
words of the alphabet in rhyme.
a son David Jerome.
and "The Glass Menagerie" by
It's a marvelous book for the earli-
* * *
Tennessee Williams. Future plan-
est reader.
ning leads to an original, stu-
Oct. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. George
Another Pantheon book for very
dent-written revue, and an all-
Fox (Joan Hill), 21100 W. Seven young readers. full of spirit awl
out effort on a major three-act
Mile. a son, Daniel Steven.
action, is the well-told and nicely
play.
a a *
illustrated "The Elephant Who
The Charger's sophomore team
Oct. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Liked to Smash Small Cars" by
is shaping up to be a really spec-
ley A. Gorman (Sharon L. Horo- Jean Merrill and Ronni Solbert.
tacular group, with only one loss
witz). 12918 W. Ten Mile, Hunting-
There is a challenge here — to in their otherwise winning record.
ton Woods, a daughter, Shari -Jo- the elephant who smashes small
Friday, October 20 marked the
anne.
cars who suddenly is endangered "death" of Blackmail, the student
* *
by big cars. Cars and elephant newsletter, and also was the occa-
Oct. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs. Jer- reach accord — and the narrative, sion for the arrival of the more
ome Weisman (Judith Bressler), the dialogue, the plot all com- comprehensive Daily Planet, a stu-
23321 Kipling, Oak Park, a son, bine to make a good story for the ' dent newspaper produced by the
Neal Howard.
youngsters.
journalism class.
* * *
Oct. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael G. Docks (Rosalind A. Bern-
stock). 15131 Leslie, Oak Park. a
BY HENRY LEONARD
-
daughter. Sherrie Lynn.

a
Oct. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Kale( (Barbara Steinberg), former
Detroiters of Winnipeg. a son, Jer-
emy Noah.

DAMN

REV. GOLDMAN L.

Off to Cleveland

Delegates from 10 Detroit area
synagogues will attend a Detroit-
Cleveland "kinnus" (convention)
this weekend in Cleveland.
Bnai Moshe youth director Sey-
mour Kaplan will accompany the
delegates, including Robby Roth,
Jackie Dunitz, Linda Beitner, Marc
Sussman, Marilyn Zaks, David Reif-
ler, Ralph Cohen. Lynne Reed,
David Reed. Steve Auster, Janet
Greenhut, Milton Wohl, Sheree
Berger. Nancy Adelsberg. Debbie
Kelman. Nancy Ellman and Gary
Krasman.
* * a
Larry Cohen was elected presi-
dent of the Junior Congregation
of Bnai Moshe. and will be assisted
by Morris Mickelson, vice presi-
dent; Debbie Ack, secretary; and
Ira Mickelson, religious chairman.

Youth
N ews

Road Rally to Test
Young Drivers' Ability

Mosaic Chapter, Order of De-
Molay will hold a road rally Sunday
at the Lawrence Institute of Tech-
nology parking lot. Registration
will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Re-
freshments will follow the rally.
The purpose of the rally is to
test the drivers' ability and skill.

Center Gameroom to Start

The Jewish Center Junior Game-
room will hold its first full week of

Parents Back to School fun and games starting Sunday, 1-5
p.m., with arts and crafts, bumper
for Hillel Open House pool, chess, ping-pong and games.

American Education Week will
I be celebrated at Hillel Day School
18:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hines open
j house sponsored by the PTO in
the Oak Park Jewish Community
I Center.
The occasion enables parents of
, Hillel students to become better
! acquainted with the school and its
educational program. During the
evening, teachers will discuss the
ct.vcrictilum, texts and methods of
teaching.
Parents will follow the schedule
of heir children. visiting the morn-
ing acher for the first half hour
and th fternoon teacher for the
second half hour.

Dr. Ben-Dor to Speak
Before WSU Zionists

The Student Zionist Organization
I of Wayne State University is sport-
' coring a lecture ''Ethnic Problems
in Israel" by Dr. Shmuel Ben-Dor
4 p.m. Monday in the Mart Room
! of Wayne State University.
Dr. Ben-Dor is an assistant pro-
, fessor of anthropology at Wayne.
The public is welcome at no charge.
For information, ccntact Anna
Betrnan. 341-8126.

The DETROIT SKI CLUB will
hold its "Snowflake Shuffle" dance
9 p.m. Nov. 10 at Dairy Workers
Hall.

Hours Monday to Friday are 4-
5:30 p.m.
For a shuttlebus schedule or
gameroom information, call Ralph
Sirotkin, DI 1-4200.

VERNOR PTA will present an
open house 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Parents will have an opportunity
to meet the teachers and become
familiar with individual class pro-
grams. President Marvin Olender
announced the formation of the
Vernor Elementary Curriculum
Study Committee, with George
Stewart as chairman. The group
will consist of members in con-
junction with the administrative
and teaching staff of the school,
working with the Detroit Board of
Education.

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