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December 01, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 1, 1967-29

Youth News

Israel Dance Night Slated at Center

The group services division of
the Jewish Center is sponsoring
an Israeli Dance Night 8:30 Dec.
9 in Shiffman Hall.
Participants will have an oppor-
tunity to learn the latest Israeli
dances from Jerry Katz and Abe
Kunianski. Included in the pro-
gram will be performances by
the Habonim and Hashomer Hat-
zair dance groups. The program
is open to the public at a nominal
charge.
For information, call Fred Rose

News Scoops
From Southfield

By AVI KRIECHMAN
Legislation passed by the Student
Congress has made guest passes
a prerequisite for bringing guests
to a school dance. The first dance
applying the new law was attended
by only 150-175 people, a very sub-
stantial decrease from the two pre-
vious dances. Recently, the French
Club received congress approval
for a semi-formal winter holiday
dance Dec. 16, and many are won-
dering just how the new law will
affect what promises to be the
biggest dance of the year.
The freshman officers were el-
ected a short time ago and hope
to accomplish many benifical pro-
jects not only for the class but
for the school as well. The officers
are as follows: Dave Unkefer, pres-
ident; Sandy Yangouyian, vice
president; Sandy Smart, secretary;
Marla Woolman, treasurer; and
Alan Solway, Barb Hamill and Jan
Berman, board members.
Mrs. Damm, English teacher,
is planning a six-week student
trip to Europe for study in an
English academy. Side trips are
planned for such locales as Paris
.and possibly Switzerland. Stu-
dent support is a necessity be-
fore the trip can become real-
ity. A student trip to London,
sponsored by Mr. Stern, also of
the English department will set
sail Dec. 23.
The third issue of the school
paper, under the cryptic title of
Newspaper No. 3 was issued last
week. Having read the paper, al-
most all see a definite improve-
ment in the material offered and
the manner in which it is written
Meanwhile, the school yearbook is
having a sales drive from now
until Monday.
The recent open house, the first
which the school has had, turned
out to be a huge success with a
large turnout of interested par-
ents. The school's modernistic
methods and machines were dem-
onstrated at the meeting, and the
parents left the open house very
impressed and optimistic for the
school's future.
The Chargers finished a winning
football season with a 4-3 record,
and next year promises to be even
better than this year. The basket-
ball team has been formulated, and
is currently practicing in prepar-
ation for its first game with an-
other suburban schooL

in group services, DI 1-4200, Ext.
61.
"Fun and Games," open to all
junior Center members through
grade 6, this week will include a
"Trip to Mars," movies, puppets,
magic and rollerskating.
Free transportation is provided
by shuttle bus from the Ten Mile
branch, leaving at 3:50 p.m. and
returning at approximately 6:15.
For information, call Ralph Si-
rotkin, DI 1-4200.

Student Zionists Plan
Rebuttal to Lilienthal

The Student Organization of
Wayne State University will spon-
sor a discussion by Rabbi Milton
Arm entitled "A Zionist Rebuttal
to Alfred Lilenthal" 4 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Chase Room of Macken-
zie Hall.
Rabbi Arm is past president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit
and past director of the Jewish
National Fund. The discussion is
open to the public at no charge.
For information, call Anna Bet-
man, 341-8126.
• • •

'Love-In' Scheduled

A "love-in" kumsitz, social with
entertainment, is scheduled by
SZO for 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the
Mart Room of Mackenzie Hall.
All college students are invited.
For information, call Phil Klein,
255-1690.

Tiny Tov, Youth Orchestra
to Share Platform at
Shaarey Zedek Concert
Tiny Tov arrives 2 p.m. Sunday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek to present
a concert open to the public.
The elf-like character seen on
the Channel 56 television show,
"The Magic Door," will be accom-
panied by Zedek Youth Symphony,
directed by Jerome Stasson.
This program is offered to child-
ren from pre-school age through
third grade. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door.
Stasson has selected Israeli sel-
ections and Hanuka music to be
presented by the orchestra.

Cabaret Night Slated
Habonim Invite Pre-Teens by LJC Youth Group

Habonim Labor Zionist Youth
invites pre- high schoolers age 10
to 13 to a meeting 2:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Arthur Slabosky, a Mumford
High School student, is leader of
this group, and Ben Schiff, senior
at Berkley High, heads Detroit
Habonim.
For information, call Daniel Cut-
ler, LI 2-1388, of Ofra Sheffer,
LI 8-1559.

Beth Aaron Club to Meet
Beth Aaron Tails and Tephilin
Club will meet 8:45 a.m. Sunday
at the synagogue. Following morn-
ing prayers and breakfast, Jay
Masserman will speak and show
slides about his trip to Israel and
Russia. The program will end
with bowling. All boys who attend
regularly during the season will
receive a free bowling ball.

MICK
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For Furiftor

People Make News

Mrs. Marshall Miller of Hunting-
ton Woods, has been elected a
vice president of
the National Fed-
eration of Tem-
p 1 e Sisterhoods,
for a term of two
years. it was an-
nounced at head-
quarters of the
organization i n
New York City.
Mrs. Miller is a
leader in the Sis- Mrs. Willer
terhocd of Temple Beth-El. Elected
to the board of directors was Mrs.
Joseph Maltzer, also of Huntington
Woods, who belongs to Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood.
• • •
AL FISHMAN, 18995 Warring-
ton, is chairman of the founding
convention of the Michigan Con-
ference of Concerned Democrats
Dec. 2 at Cobo Hall. At the fund-
raising banquet of the conference,
which was formed to fight the
current Washington policy on Viet-
nam, as well as tackle problems
of poverty and racism, will feature
Robert Vaughn, star of "The Man
from UNCLE." Other speakers at
the all-day conference will be Geor-
gia State Rep. Julian Bond, Mich-
igan Congressman John Conyers
Jr. and State Democratic Chair-
man Zolton Ferency. Marvin W.
Slobin, 10643 Santa Maria, is a
17th district coordinator.
• • •
Earl Morse of New York was
elected chairman of the board of
trustees of t h e
Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Con-
gregations, at the
organization's
49th biennial gen-
e r a 1 assembly
in Montreal.
Morse is execu-
tive vice-president
of DCA Food In-
dustries, Inc. He
succeeds Irvine
Fane, Kansas City Morse
lawyer, who has served as chair-
man since 1963.
• • •
HYMAN H. BOOKBINDER, one
of the chief architects of the fed-
eral anti-poverty programs, and
until now the deputy director of
the Office of Economic Opportu-
nity, has been named Washington
representative of the American
Jewish Committee.

Information:

CALL 342-8851 or WRITE, 14021 W. 8 MILE RD.

DETROIT 48235

SOIMMIIIIMICIKKNOVAMMOOKUIS

The Livonia Jewish Congrega-
tion Youth Group will put on its
annual Cabaret Night 8 p.m. Dec
9 at the synagogue. Tickets for
the fund-raising event may be
purchased at the synagogue. For
information, call the office, 425-
9370.
• • •
On Sunday, when classes resume
after Thanksgiving vacation, stu-
dents of the Unitarian Universal-
sit Church of Farmington will visit
the synagogue sanctuary. Rabbi
Martin Gordon, president Marcus
Bass and school principal Max
Hoffman will answer questions.
Another group of students, from
St. Richards Church of Westland,
will visit the synagogue Dec. 10.

Dr. YAAKOV HERZOG, director-
gefieral of the prime minister's of-
fice in Jerusalem, delivered the
first Fanny Lowy Memorial Lec-
ture here before a capacity audi-
ence of 8,000 in the Shaar Hasho-
mayim Synagogue. His lecture was
devoted to the relationship of Is-
rael and world Jewry and the new
significance in Jewish life and
thought since the June war.
• • •
Navy Lt. Samuel J. Gordon of
Detroit was awarded highest honor
for the best graduate paper of the
year by the National Association
of Naval Archi
tects and Ma-
rine Engineers at
their national
convention i n
New Yo rk City
recently. Lt. Gor-
don, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul
Gordon of Prairie
Ave., is attend-
ing graduate
school on a naval Gordon
program at Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, working for a doc-
torate in naval engineering. The
subject of his paper was a revolu-
tionary type of ship's rudder which
he has devised. -

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They Made
the Grade

DONALD L. SCHECK, son of
Joseph J. Scheck of Rosemont
Ave., and MARLENE L. FISCHEL
of cotia Ave., Oak Park, are
among the 25 members of the
Volunteers for Israel Program
(VIP) who left Tuesday to spend
six months in Israel assisting in the
reconstruction work f acing the
Jewish state since the Six-Day
War. During their stay, the volun-
teers will attend seminars, receive
instruction in the Hebrew language
and tour the country.

SAMUEL L. HABER, newly-des-
ignated executive vice-chairman of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
will deliver a report on the recent
influx of North African Jews into
France and Italy at the 53rd an-
nual meeting of the JDC next Wed-
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