28—Friday, February 2, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Scout Sabbath Services Pay Tribute
to Recipients of Ner Tamed Aivards
Russia's 'Jews of Silence'
Oak Park High Chief Topic at MSTY Parle
the leadership of Marty
Hendelman and Bill
By HILARY MARKOW
OPHS's first semester of the
school year is rapidly drawing to
a close. Senior sentimentality has
played its usual part in the selec-
tion of the Senior Class song, motto.
The class motto is Our great-
r i: not in never falling
ising every time we fall.'
"Once in a Lifetime" was voted
class song. The yellow rose and
ivory and gold are the class's of-
The Temple Israel Youth Group under
will be host this weekend to nearly Begun, Joann
200 members of the Michigan State Schlaff with Steve Raskin, TYG's
Temple Youth at A1STY's Winter MSTY board member.
Other chairmen include: Janice
The conclave participants will Felder, secretary; Ben Amber,
arrive from all parts of Michigan treasurer, Marshall M e r m el 1,
and Indiana this afternoon, will Sheryl Imerman and David Hiller,
di with their host applications; Eddie Keller, Eileen
have Sabba t h dinner
families and then will attend Sab- Kass and Sherry Rosin, housing;
bath evening services at the temple Glen Gradis, Al Mutnick and Carol
Wolfe, registration; Glen Saltz,
with an oneg Shebat to follow.
Stuart W. Zeiger, pres dent of Micki Lebowitz and Bobbie i Raskin,
MSTY, will deliver the Sabbath transportation; Judy Ressler and
sermon on "A Different Kind of Leslie Caplan, food: Henry Trau-
Silence - keynoting the conclave rig, Nicki Roth and Jon Greene,
theme "The Jews of Silence." a skit; Joanne Collens and Howard
' study • of the Jews of the Soviet Israel, social; Marc Linden, aKthy
! Union. Participating in the service . Okun and Nancy Shapiro, public-
. will be Judy Cassel, David Hiller, ! its'; Judy Kursman and Ruth Okun,
Marshall Mermen, Steve Raskin decorations• and Nora Pasman,
Muriel Nathan and Joel Mutnick,
and Carol Wolfe.
The MSTY Youth will conduct
Mrs. Morton Roth and Mrs. Paul
their own religious services 9:30
Begun are adult advisers.
a.m. Saturday on "The Respon-
sibilities of Jewish Youth Toward
Russian Jewry." This same
theme will be the topic of a dis-
cussion led by Dr. Leonard Moss
of Wayne State University's
sociology department, following
The weekend of Feb. 9 has been
designated by the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America as Scout Sabbath.
Temples and synagogues through-
out the nation will honor qualified
Jewish boy scouts with the most
cherished religious award, the Ner
Richard B. Kramer, president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit, ficial
under way for
Troop 23 of the Greenfield Dis- announced the appointment of -, I the 1968 Follies, scheduled for
trict, Detroit Area Council. now Rabbi M i I t o n
; March 6-8. There will be 32 acts,
meeting at Cog. Beth Hillel, will Arm as chair-
hold its annual Scout Sabbath at man of the Philip
rock 'n roll to
Beth Moses Synagogue, 8 p.m. Slomovitz Schol-
Direction is un-
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper will
der the joint
conduct the services. Greetings to named in honor
the scouts and their leaders will of the editor and
he extended by Benjamin Kinzer, publisher of The
Sharkey and mu-
resident of the congregation , who Jewish News, has
will also invite them to Sunday been established
brunch following participation in to enable deserv-
ing in the talent
in are Marshal
The rabbi will be assisted by youngsters to study for a year
Following lunch in the social hall,
Martin Baumgarten, assistant Israel at the Mollie Goodman Goren on classical guitar, Howard
scoutmaster, and senior patrol Academic High School, or to spend Feldman's 13-piece band and Patty classes on the theme will be led
by Dr. Moss, Rabbi Leon Fram,
leaders Mitchell Fields and Jeff- vacation at the summer camp op- Wasserman in a pantomime solo. Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Robert
rey Altshuler, with scouts Paul crated under the auspices of the
Golddiggers Ball, the traditional
Haar, Ricky Brown, Norman Ef- Zionist Organization of America turn-about dance in which the girls Lask, TYG religious adviser.
That evening after dinner and
ros, Jay Guttman, Ronald Schrei- on the campus at Kfar Silver in ask the boys, will be held Feb. 8. Havdalla service, a play will be
During the entire week, girls are
ber and Jonathan Tobes taking Ashkelon.
by an "all-star" TYG
Louis Panush, principal of West- obliged to carry boy's books, and
part in the special services.
ern High School, and Reuben politely open doors for them. In cast and there will be a social.
will close Sunday
The "Ner Tamid" recipient, Young, veteran camp director, addition, a Golddiggers King will
Paul Haar, is the son of Frances have been designated by Kramer be chosen by the seniors and noon after a brunch hosted by
Haar and the late Mark Haar. to serve on the fund's scholarship crowned at the dance. Chairman sisterhood and the traditional
Paul will be presented with the committee together with Rabbi of the week's activities is Mindy Friendship Circle.
The weekend is being planned
award in the presence of his Arm.
Berlin. Publicity will be handled
family, friends and members of
Young people interested in by Adrienne Litt. Faye Fink is
FOR THE BEST IN
Beth Moses, where he actively scholarships to attend the high in charge of decorations. Cy Wein-
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
participates. He is a life scout school or camp in Israel for sum- er, entertainment; and Larry Rey-
of Troop 23; a member of the mer or fall of 1968 should contact nolds and Janet Thurman, tickets
junior congregation and religious the ZOD office, 353-3636.
Scholarsh ip Fund
to Enable Teens to
Study in Israel
chairman of its Junior United
Synagogue Youth. lie has at-
tended its Hebrew school for
eight years and conducts and
supervises religious services for
junior members on Saturdays
The Oak Park Symphony, Dr.
Robert Klotman conductor, will
present its annual family concert
3 p.m. Sunday at the Oak Park
High School Auditorium. Guest
soloist will be Theodore Baskin,
oboist, Student Audition Winner
for 1968. The concert will also
feature the Combined Chorus of
135 voices from Shrine and Oak
Park High Schools,
Bnai Brith Conducts
'Search for Talent'
Contest Among Teens
A "Search for Talent" contest to
provide entertainment for veter-
ans confined in military and naval
hospitals throughout Michigan and
to help develop the ability of young
people with talent is announced by
Sol Steinberg, chairman of the
committee of Metropolitan Detroit
Young Zionists 'Co Greek'
at 2-Culture Dance Night
A Greek and Israel Dance Night
sponsored by Habonim, Wayne
State University Student Zionist
Organization of Bnai Brith Hillel
and the WSU Greek Club will be
held 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor
Admission is free, and refresh-
ments will be available at a nom-
inal charge. There will be Israeli,
Greek and social dancing. Friends
Youth Sabbath Set
Two Belgian princesses recently
Cong. Bnai David will hold its paid a visit to Israel. Although this
the first visit of Princess
first Youth Sabbath 8:30 a.m. Feb.
10, with members of the Kochav Frederic de Merode, and her
and Lapeed youth groups conduct- daughter, Princess Marie Therese,
ing the service under the direction it is part of a long chain of activ-
of Cantor Hyman J. Adler. A tra- ities connected with Youth Aliya in
ditional Sabbath meal will follow.
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Nathan Trager, scoutmaster of
Troop 23, announces that the
troop will attend with its color
guard and 'invites parents and
friends of Troop 23, as well as
23's alumni, presently members of
the Hannah Schloss Old Timers,
who originally founded Troop 23 Bnai Brith Council.
Hopefuls are asked to state age,
in 1911 at the Hannah Schloss
talent, address, telephone number
Building, then on High Street.
and send the information to the
Alfred A. Klunover, chairman of Search for Talent committee, 19951
the troop committee, asks all Jew- Livernois.
ish scouts whose troops are not
Auditions will be held the first
planning Scout Sabbath Services. Tuesday of each month at the Vet-
district and council officers and erans Administration Hospital,
members of the Jewish commit- Southfield and Outer Dr., Allen
tee on scouting to be present at Park. The judges will be t he
these special services.
patients and three persons selected
* s s
by the committee.
The Ner Tamid will be presented
The contest will start Tuesday,
by Rabbi Hayim Donin and Cantor at 7 p.m. in the main auditorium.
Hyman J. Adler to scouts Moe Finals will take place Sept. 3 and
Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morde- will feature three winners from
chai Adler, and Kenneth Jacobs, the elimination contests judged by
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford professionals in the entertainment
Jacobs, at Scout Sabbath Services field.
9 a.m. Feb. 10 at Bnai David Syn-
Trophies will be donated by the
agogue. Scoutmaster Irwin Ratner community and veterans service
of Troop 135, sponsored by the committee of Metropolitan Detroit
Men's Club of Bnai David, invites Bnai Brith.
all scouts and parents in the area.
Ten Oak Park High student
have qualified in the Michigan
Math Test. The 10 rank in the
top 4 per cent of the state's re-
sults. They are Robert Rozen-
berg, Mark Fuller, Barry Perl-
mutter, Joan Polotzer, Mike
Abraham, Mick Ehrlich and
Marshall Goren, who have ad-
vanced to round two, and Mau-
reen Stahl, Rodney Corlin and
Tony Shields who qualified too
late to take round 2.
The United Nations Club has
selected its three chairmen to the
Model UN delegation sponsored
by U. of D. and to be held March
15-17. The chairmen are Jackie
Dunitz, Mongolia; Bob Winter,
Tunisia; and Paul Swerdlow, Tan-
Our OPHS wrestling team went
down to defeat -in a valiant effort
against Groves last week. Partic-
ipating in the matches were Leon
Owens, Dale Kutnick, Bruce Mor-
ris, Barry Perlmutter, Gary Katz,
Dave Ostrovitz, Allen Hoffman,
Tony Morris, Larry Singer, Sheldon
Fineman and captain Ed Ceresnie.
Leo Hollander of the math de-
partment has taken a one-year
leave of absence to work on the
Saturn Space Program at Hunts-
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Yavneh, the National Associa-
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is sponsoring a weekly discussion
class on the weekly Tora reading
7 p.m. Sundays at the Young
Israel of Detroit. Dr. Alfred
Greenbaum of Wayne State Uni-
versity leads the discussion, for
which there is a nominal charge.
For information, call Susan
Bentheim, UN 4-8605.
Beth Moses' Chevra Chapter,
United Synagogue Youth, will go
sleigh riding 7 p.m. Feb. 10 at
Roy's Ranch. Refreshments will
be served, with a social and
dancing to follow. For information,
call Eileen Cutler, KE 8-3431.
There will be an open general
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