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November 17, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-17

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22—Friday, November 17, 1967


Youth News

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Camp Tamarack Trip for Juniors,
Tween Thanksgiving Hop at Center

The Jewish Center Group Serv-
ices Division is sponsoring a trip
to Camp Tamarack Nov. 24-26 for
juniors in grades 3-6.
The program will combine camp-
ing fun with the legends from "The
Wise Men of Helm." Each bunk
will put on its own presentation
based on these legends. Winter
sports. campfires, hikes and an
Oneg Shabat, plus — nature hunts
also are featured.
There is a limited registration
available for non-Center juniors.
Registration closes Tuesday.
For information, call Fred Rose
in the Group Services Division,
DI 1-4200, Ext. 261.
* * *
The Tween Dance Committee of
the Jewish Center will sponsor a
Tween Thanksgiving Hop 8 p.m.
Nov. 25 in Shiffman Hall.
Featured will be music by the

Adas Shalom Sets
Weeks of Activity

Ades Shalom is resuming Sab-
bath Junior Congregation services
in Southfield beginning 10 a.m.!
Saturday at Zionist House under
the leadership of Avi Kriechman
and Louis L. Rosen, youth educa-
tion coordinator.
Alex Roberg, principal of Unit-
ed Hebrew Schools Birney Branch.:
announced that the Birney Student,
Council and Parent Teachers Or-
ganization will assist. Youngsters
9-13 are invited to participate.
• •
For boys who have become Bar
Mitzva at Adas Shalom during the
past two years, Rabbi Leonard S.
Cahan will teach a class in the
meaning of Jewish belief 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue. In-
terested students are asked to con-
tact the Adas Shalom Youth Edu-
cation Office, UN 4-7474.
• * •
Adas Shalom, United Synagogue
Youth will continue its monthly
lecture series on "Israel, Past,
Present and Future," 3 p.m. Dec.
10 in the social hall with Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal presenting d pano-
rama of Israel today. Ralph Goren
is education committee chairman
of the group.

Pepper, Shakers
to Flavor Beth Am
Teen 'Grub Hop'

Pepper and the Shakers will
give the here-and-now music at
a Grub Hop sponsored y the
Temple Beth Am Youth Group
8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. There will
be prizes and games, timed bal-
loons containing refreshment
tickets, free cokes and music by
the famous Detroit quintet. Pro-
ceeds will be donated to the Beth
Am building fund. Advance
ticket sales are at United Shirt,
Livonia Mall; Alert Printing, Oak
Park; and Ross Music Store,
Southfield. Tickets also will be
available at the door the night
of the teen dance. For informa-
tion, call Judy. White, 728-8382. .

Hallucination Generation, as well
as prizes, refreshments and con-
tests. Masters of ceremonies are
Phil Levit, Nadine Weinberger and
Betsy Edelman. For information
call Fred Rose, DI 1-4200.

* *
The Jewish Center Junior Game-
room, which meets 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 1-5 p.m. Sun-
days, will feature next week a
movie, "The Day Dreamer," and
a treasure hunt. For information
and shuttle bus schedule, call
Ralph Sirotkin, in Group Services,
DI 1-4200, Ext. 261.

Deadline Today
for Next Issue

Due to Thanksgiving, there
will be an early deadline for
all copy for next week's issue.
All copy and photographs
must be in our hands before
noon today.
Deadline for classified ads
for the next issue will be
3 p.m. Tuesday.

Ford Scene I

`Solway Firth' Due at Jam

Two administrative changes were
transacted over the past summer,
bringing Helen E. McCarthy and
Michael Tarpinian to Henry Ford
High as assistants to principal
Samuel Milan.
Miss McCarthy, who replaces
Miss Cheridal Lewis, was trans-
ferred from-Mackenzie High. Mr.
Tarpinian was promoted from his
post of counselor at Redford to fill
the opening left by Dr. Joseph
Ford's student newspaper, the
Spotlight, presently under the di-
rection of editor-in-chief David
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Youth De- Gruber, earned high honors in na-
partment will present a concert by tionwide competition for its jour-
"Tiny Tov," featured star of the nalistic excellence of the past year.
television show "The Magic Door," The Quill and Scroll rating service
2 p.m. Dec. 3 at the synagogue. deemed the Spotlight recipient of
The television show, sponsored its prized "George H. Gallup and
by the Chicago Board of Rabbis, is International Honor Award," while
seen in Detroit 6:30 p.m. Mondays the National Newspaper Service
and the National Scholastic Press
over WTVS, Channel 56.
Ideas for the ethical and moral Association presented the publica-
lessons which Tiny Tov teaches tion with ratings of "A" and "First
stem from the Talmud and from Class" respectively.
Achieving a Detroit Public
the Midrash, but a typical segment
High School first, Ford's year-
might take a youngster on a simu-
book, the Galaxy, whose current
lated rocket journey. This show has
edition is being edited by Jill
received many awards, including
Maxman, was recently awarded
the Emmy and the award for ex-
its second consecutive "Triple
cellence in children's programing
Crown," consisting of the high-
from the Association for Better
Radio and Television. est attainable ratings given by
For tickets, contact the Shaarey , the National Scholastic Press
Zedek Youth Department. The
Association, the Columbia Scho-
Shaarey Zedek Youth Symphony lastic Press Association and the
National School Yearbook Asso-
also will perform on the program.
open to all children from pre-school
elation, the three major national
age through the third gi a le.
yearbook rating services.
"Gentlmen Prefer Blonds," this
fall's school play, will be perform-
`New Politics and Israel'
ed tonight by the Henry Ford Art
to Be Aired by Panelists
Players in Ford's auditorium. Judie
A panel discussion on "New Lewis and Karen Hodnicsak head
Politics and Israel" will be pre- the cast, and are supported by
sented 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Rick Morgenstern, Steve Sussman,
Chase Room, Wayne State Univer- Art Cohan, Sally Chisik, Gail Ger-
sity, by the American Jewish Con- ber, Jerry Grenfell and Gwen Mc-
gress' University and Professional SI.veen.
On Dec. 14-15, the Speech Arts
Dov Feinberg will moderate the Club will present its second
panel, which includes Nathan Shakespearean Festival, acting out
Fuchs, Dr.. Lawrence Hochman and scenes from "Richard III" and
Sol Plafkin. It is co-sponsored by "Twelfth Night." Larry Russ will
the WSU Student Zionist Organ- portray Richard with Shelley Sie- ,
ization and New Has
a. Harriet
gel as Queen Anne. The remaining
Gaba is chapter chairman and cast includes Marilyn Saulles. El-
Joseph Guggenheim. program chair- len Posner, Clyde Thomas, Steve
man .
Baldner, Ken Waitrak and Ger-
The discussion will deal with hard Woyke, Ford's German for-
the latest developments in the ,
eign exchange student.
civil rights movement and the
In "Twelfth Night," Larry Russ
newly defined relationship between will take the lead role of Malvolio
black and white people.
and will he supported by Chuck
For information, call A. J. Con-
Metly, Marc Abel and Marlene
gress, WO 5-3319.
Pete° as Olivia. Wendy Thoryn,
Marc Pearl and Juaney Washing-
Father-Son Social
ton complete the cast.
Five students, Shari Cohen, Rob-
Slated by the Yeshiva
ert Gitter, Sanford Olshansky, Eve
The Parent-Teachers Association Paprocki and Larry Russ, were re- ,
of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah an- cently named semifinalists in the
' nounces its first Father-Son Social 1967-68 National Merit Scholar-1
will be held 5:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at ship Program. This status quail-
the Yeshivah in Southfield. The fies each for participation in the I
program will feature the "Gas- . National Merit Finalist Exam,
erama" spectacular and supper , from which each may obtain a col-
will follow.
lege scholarship.
For information, . call Rabbi Jo- ' - The week of Nov. 27-Dec. 1
seph Hirsch, chairman, 863-2310, ■ has been designated as the third
or the Yeshivah office. 353-6750.,
annual Ford Week. Highlighting
the activities will be a bagel sale
and a teacher-student exchange
Bnai Brith Centennial
day in which students assume
Ann Arbor Lodge of Bnai Brith
the positions of their scholastic
will sponsor an oneg Shabat at
overseers and take charge of the
Beth Emeth Temple 8:30 p.m. Dec.
1, with the local Bnai Brith youth
In sports, the Trojan football
group conducting a portion of the
team wound up its season beating
18-13, thus attaining an
The program is part of the acti-
vities scheduled in connection with over-all 3-3 won-lost record.
cross-country team finish-
the 100th anniversary of District
Grand Lodge 6. Rabbi Harold S. ed the best season in its history,
White of Cong. Beth Israel re- winning 7 of 10 meets. In the West
cently held a special Sabbath ser- Side Finals the harriers gained the
vice in which leaders of the Ann school a fourth-place ranking
among 12 participating teams.
Arbor community took. part.

Tiny Toy Concert
at Shaarey Zedek


JDC Annual Meeting

NEW YORK — The 53rd annual
Beth Abraham Synagogue Youth meeting of the Joint Distribution
will hold its "Jam" Happening fea- Committee will be held Dec. 6 at
turing "The Solway Firth" 8 p.m. the New York Hilton Hotel.
Nov. 25 at the synagogue.

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