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February 23, 1968 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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Friday, February 23, 1968-35

Youth Plan Protest Rally for Soviet Jewry

Representatives of many Jewish to help initiate such a planning rin, Paul Shifrin, Lynn Medow,
youth organizations are meeting committee. The advisors met re- Shelly Sher, Louise Liberson, Deb-
with the Jewish Center to formu- cently and gave this project their bie Midanek Maureen Davidson,
late plans for a youth rally April 7 support.
Judy Garlock, Marshall Goldberg,
to protest the condition of the Jews
Committees are now being Judy Cassel, Theodore Wallace,
in Russia.
formed. Any organization which Susan Turkel, Fran Pfeffer, Mar-
Prior to the rally, the represen- would like information, or would sha Cooper, Lisa Sandweiss, Judy
tatives are making a united effort like to participate, may call Al- Krohn, Ben Schiff, Laurence Snider-
to educate themselves to the prob-
lan Gelfond, director of the group man, Marc Pearl, Richard Berrie
lems of Soviet Jews.
services division of the Jewish and Arthur Slabosk.

The group was selected by their Center, DI 1-4200.
various organizations after a num-
Members of the planning com-
bara, has been named editor-in- ber of teens urged their advisers mittee are Julie Mark, Wendy Shif- Center Fun and Gaines
* * *
chief of the University of Michigan
Goes International
Daily. His chief editorial duties
The Monday through Friday Fun
will commence in September for
the school year
and Games program for junior
1968-69, for the
Jewish Center members have taken
a new slant. Each week's activity
duration of his
A folk-rock concert is scheduled guitar, completes the program. is based on a theme the coming
senior year at
for 3 p.m. March 3 at the Jewish
The folk-rock concert is an event week, for example has an Interna-
the university.
He previously Center. Bill Rutledge who has ap- of the Arts Festival '68 at the tional approach.
held the post of peared on radio and television, in Jewish Center. Richard Kux, fes- On Monday, the craft activity ts
associate night a number of college recitals, and tival general chairman, has an- "vegetable painting•" on Tues-
ditor and has numerous clubs in the Midwest and nounced that tickets for the per- day, "International Day" with
en on the edi- the West, will appear along with formance will be priced at a nomi- movies, games and stories; Wed-
torial staff of the the Misty Wizards, whose ability to nal charge. For information, call nesday, "Things and Stuff From
ichigan Daily combine the Indian raga idiom with the Jewish Center, DI 1-4200. Other Lands," and Thursday,
Mark since his fresh- the American blues form is bring-
Leap Year Party.
ing them stardom. The Misty
man year.
Each activity Monday to Thurs-
Wizards, under contract to Reprise
day is 4-5:30 p.m.; there is a free
Mark, 20, is majoring in history. Records, write, arrange, produce
bus service leaving Cong.
He plans to continue his post-grad- and perform their own material.
Bnai Moshe 3:47 p.m., and the
uate studies, possibly at Harvard.
Don Coden, accompanied by his
main Center building at 6 p.m.

Youth News

Name Mark Levin Michigan Daily's
Editor-in-Chief for the Year 1968-69

Mark Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Levin of 18273 Santa Bar-

They Made
the Grade

LANA STEIN, daughter of Mrs.
Louisa Stein, of Votrobeck Dr. and
a history major at Michigan State
Univer sity, received honorable
mention from the Woodrow Wilson
National Fellowship Foundation.
Miss Stein, a 1964 graduate of
Mumford High School, is one of
25 MSU graduating seniors named
Woodrow Wilson designates or
honorable mention as future col-
lege teacher prospects.

Szold BBG Auditions
for Variety Show

Folk-Rock Concert to Make the Scene,
at Jewish Center Arts Festival '68

Oak Park High

The daily program theme con-
tinues through the weekend. On
Saturday, 1-4:30 p.m.. it will be
Oak Park High School recently "Children Around the World," an
Szold Bnai Brith Girls will hold
welcomed the third foreign ex- oneg Shabat, focusing on Austra-
auditions for it's annual talent-
change student. He is Daniel Stan- lia; and on Sunday. a gameroom
variety show, "Potpourri," 10 a.m.-
islavasky, 16, of Buenos Aires, with bumper pool, chess, checkers
3 p.m. March 3 and 17 at the Bnai
Argentina. Daniel is now on sum- and crafts.
Brith Youth Organization office.
mer vacation
Proceeds from the show will go
For further information, tall
from his school Group Services Division, 1-4200.
to a charitable organization. Any
in Buenos Aires,
teens who would like to audition

and is here as an
for any part including master of
exchange student "
ceremonies, may contact Sue Wein-
man, DI 1-6793, or Margo Yellin,
Youth For Un-
356-9030, for an appointment.
ierstanding pro-
Minneapolis, Israeli City
For six months,
Harald the Stern—Hardrara-
to Exchange Students
Israel's chief exports and the pre-Olympic football tournament
Daniel will stay
are depicted on new stamps to be issued next month by Israel's
at the home of was the famous Viking hero whose
in the years 1034-1044
postal ministry. Chicks, arts and crafts, stamps and textiles are
study program involving an ex-
Hilary Mr. and Mrs.
pictured on the multicolored series; the pre-Olympics stamp is
change of at least six youths be-
Alvin Kurz and their daughter took him to many lands, on many
tween Rishon Le-Zion in Israel and
Shelly. who is a sophomore at Oak missions, and caused his name to
be recorded among the noted
here has been announced by Josiah
Park High.
heroes of his time.
E. Brill, Jr., president of the Jew-
Abiding with tradition, the an-
He was the captain of the
ish Community Center. An adult
nual Golddigger's Ball, held Feb.
leader from each community will
8, was a huge success. Senior Greek Emperor's Guard, later be-
came king of Norway, was famed
also participate in the nine-week
The new Keidansky, having
project this summer. Cost of the
Golddigger King during the dance as the last Viking.
widened his horizons, speaks of
(A Seven Arts Feature)'
program to Minneapolis partici-
Henry Treece, who has written
for which the ladies had invited
When Bernard G. Richards' the new aspects of the Jewish
pants has been set at $1,200, which
two other tales about Hardrara,
the gentlemen.
"Discourses of Keidansky" ap- structure, thus reflecting the
covers transportation to and board
The newest member of the tells the exciting stories of the
peared in 1903, it created a deep torrents of change that have
in Israel and a stop in Europe en-
taken place in Jewish life since
faculty at OPHS, Bernard Green- Norseman's exploits in the 1030s
stir in Jewish
route home.
has been teaching for 15 in one of his fascinating stories
circles not alone
the wave of Jewish immigration
years, mostly in Hebrew Schools for young people, "Swords From
because it unfold-
was first beginning to carve its
in the United States and Israel. the North," published by Pantheon
Livonia USY Bake Sale ed a sharp Jew-
unique pattern on the Amercan
Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg and their Books, a Random House division.
Livonia Jewish Congregation ish pen oozing
Based on the sagas composed in
scene. The new Keidansky has
nine children live near the Uni- I
United Synagogue Youth, is hold- with new ideas,
of Detroit, where Green- the early part of the 13th Century
ing a bake sale Sunday at Federal but a rebel who
by Snorri Sturluson, the Icelandic
soil most of this century and
berg is a graduate student.
Department Stores, Wonderland, questioned sanc-
instead of reminiscing of the
The mathematics dep artment poet, the new narrative by Treece
and 7-Grand Shopping Center, Red- tities and a man
to the exciting accumulation
has welcomed Bruce Hillman as a
ford. All proceeds go toward Build-
always, Jewish life is his con- temporary replacement for Leo of tales about the Vikings. It is
ing Spiritual Bridges between the to make his
with adventure and is ex-
Hollander. Hillman, a '63 OPHS
American and Israeli Conservative mark in Jewish
citing as history from start to
as it has emerged under the
living in Amer-
graduate and vice president of his
adding to the interest
hammering of events both here
ica. The name
class, will be here through Febru-
Treece has re-created in Viking
and abroad.
Keidansky, 65
ary and then he will substitute for literature.
Wayne SZO Slates Film
years later, still
The first Keidansky, as Richards a month before entering the air
• *
The Student Zionist Organization crops up when
tells us, was concerned with the force for four years.
Franklin Russell has written the
of Wayne State University will ever there is
early immigrants to the° New
There has also been a change on text and the illustrations for "The
present a movie on the Six-Day War mention of the
World who were haunted by memo- the staff of the Eagle American.
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Upper old - time pundit,
ries of childhood scenes and who, the school newspaper. The editor- Honeybees" by Colette Portal. To-
DeRoy Theater of Wayne State or or a c 1 e, or Richards
in the strange new surroundings, in-chief is now Marty Singer, edi- gether they produced a highly in-
formative book for very young
University. Proceeds will go to talker-at-large, who figured as a continued to cherish the recollec-
torial director is Dean Gettleson: readers. The publishers (Knopf)
Charity. The public is invited.
philosopher of the Ghetto.
tions of the villages and towns they news editors are Lesley Komisar
can feel mighty proud of the edu-
On learning of the impending had left behind. The new Keidansky and Nettie Mills: feature editors cational merits of this instructive
Chevra Sets 'Rumor Clinic' publication of a new Keidansky has seen his old world go up in are Hilary Markow and Rick Mes- and
creative effort.
Chevra Chapter, United Syna- tome, I asked Richards whether flames at the hands of the unmen- singer; and sports editor is Leon
The young reader learns all
gogue Youth, will hold a "rumor he couldn't reveal some of tionables and now his dedication is Owens.
about the bees, how they activate,
The junior class has started the manner in which they build
clinic" after its meetingg at 7 p.m. Keidansky's new revelations and preservation of the heritage against
Sunday at Beth Moses Synagogue. he was willing to talk about it, the engulfing tides. Israel is his plans for its Junior Prom May 18. I their cells, how they store the
though much of what he said can- concern and the survival of the Their class, council has announced ; food of the hive.
Castor Beans For Gaza
not possibly be included within the American Jewish community. He that "Over the Rainbow" has been
Entertaining as a children's
GAZA—Castor beans are to be framework of a column that is finds fault, of course, but his criti- selected for the theme. Committee ' book, it teacheS a vital subject-
planted over 30,000 dunams in the limited in words. The title of the _cism is coupled with positive think- chairmen are: Tickets, Judy it is science well told -and the
Gaza Strip and northern Sinai by book, he said, is "The Return En- ing on almost every facet of Jew- Siegel and Maxine Gross; decora- teacher and illustrator have per-
JNF workers and Bedouin farmers gagement: Keidansky Comes ish life. If his pen is sharp at tions, Lisa Goodman and Beth formed excellently in creating
to help overcome unemployment. Back to Survey a New World," times, the aim is always well moti- Singer; entertainment, Laurie "The Honeybees."
According to the ministry of Agri- adding that the title speaks more vated. Brandt: publicity Marsha Fish-
Intimates say of Richards that man and Alison Weiss: refresh.
culture plan, Arab workers will be of what the book is about than
Another charming Pan theon
children's book is Leo Lionni's
employed by the JNF in the strip what he could tell me in many he considers his Keidansky dia-
"Frederick," a well told, will illus-
while Bedouin farmers will be words. The original Keidansky, logues his crowning work. I have Barsdorf.
Five students from Oak Park trated large book about the mouse
given the seeds and instructions Richards went on, voiced the known B.G.R. for many years and
High School participated in the that saved his friends from the
spirit of the Yiddish milieu, its
for their use in northern Sinai.
The castor beans are to be used lierature, and the evolving culture it is my judgment it would be "High School Sound Off" panel dis- winter's hazards. It's an adventure
cussion series on WEXL Radio I story of a mouse searching for
by medicinal, plastic and arma-
ment industries. Castor oil is their diffusion of the new atmos- plishments. But if Keidansky is Feb. 20. They are Bruce Morris. I light and warmth and magically
unique among plant oils in that it phere that in those days hovered closest to his heart, the Jewish Robert Meer, Howard Victor, Pul- indicating the values of the Four
remains fluid at extreme tempera- over the Lower East Side of New Information Bureau he founded aski Vickers and Lance Tennant. Seasons. It's a well told story out
tures. Part of the crop
will also York and the Jewish sections of some thirty years ago is not far Their topic was "Open Housing of which Frederick emerges as a
from a Student's Point of View." I poet.
. . . . away..
. . . . „
• . tither . jarge" . . .
be "ekpOrted.

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