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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-26

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34—Friday, April 26, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

They Made the Grade

HARV DZODIN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Dzodin of Beverly Ave.,
Oak Park, was elected senior mem-
ber-at-large to the 13 - member
Michigan State University Student
Government by the undergraduate
students. Dzodin was first in the
field of five candidates in this or-
ganization concerning itself mainly
with policy changes and service
programs for the students. A 1965
graduate of Oak Park High School,
Dzodin, a first term senior, has an
A average and is a member of the
honors college majoring in pre-
law. He is engineered leadership
director of Delta Sigma Phi Fra-
ternity and is a member of Phi Eta
Sigma, Blue Key, Omicron Delta
Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honor-
aries. Last year, Dzodin served as
junior member-at-large on the stu-
dent board.

the University of Michigan. Miss
Stein, a history major who won
honorable mention in this year's
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship com-
petition, will study history. She is a
member of the Honors College at
MSU.
*
*
Five Oak Park High School
alumni have been designated as
Angell Scholars at the University
of Michigan as a result of their
having received all As for two
consecutive semesters or more.
The five are Robert Norman
Clinton, senior; Gail Ann Dorf-
man, sophomore; Judith Rosen-
gard, senior Joel Cary Seidman,
sophomore; and David Fredrick
Wrubel, senior.

* *

Sixteen-year-old magician MARK
SWEET, sophomore at Oak Park
* *
High School, made his television
RANDALL ZUSMAN, son of debut on WWJ-TV's Oopsy .Show
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zusman of April 20. Mark who has appeared
Lafayette Cir., Southfield, has been at many local functions, is the son
awarded the American Metals Cli- of Fred Sweet, who manages the
max Foundation Fellowship for the Telenews Theater.
* * *
year 1968-69, it was announced by
The William J. Branstrom Prize
the department of chemistry at
the University of Michigan. A for scholarship has been awarded
senior in the honors college of the to five Southfield High School
pre-medical program, Zusman is graduates at the University of
the first recipient of the $1,200 Michigan. Prize winners are
fellowship. He is the former South- Stephen Field, Jonathan Kaner,
field High School correspondent to Leon Pedell, Mark Pensler and
Douglas Zusman. The award win-
The Jewish News.
*
*
net's' rank in the top 5 per cent of
LANA STEIN, daughter of Mrs. their school or college class. Each
Louise Stein of Votrobeck Dr., a student who qualifies selects one
graduating senior at Michigan of numerous books, gold-stamped
State University, has been awarded with the U. of M. seal and marked
a fellowship for graduate study at with a special bookplate.

Youth News

Arab Propaganda Film to Be Analyzed
at Teach-In for Students at Center

Dr. Albert Rabin, psychology
professor at Michigan State Uni-
versity, and Saul Friedman, Wash-
ington correspondent for the De-
troit Free Press, will be guest
speakers for "Teach-in," a rally
to inform high school and college-
age Jewish youth of the facts con-
cerning the Arab-Israel situation,
noon to 4 p.m. May 5 at the Jewish
Center.
Dr. Rabin, who has taught at
Michigan State University for
twenty years, will speak on "The
Psychology of Propaganda" in con-
nection with an anti-Israel film
now in circulation by the new left-
ist Arab organization in the
United States. Dr. Rabin will ex-
plain how the propaganda devices
used in the film can be separated
from the facts. The Jewish Center,
a co-sponsor of "Teach-in," was
able to obtain this film by writing
to an Arab organization at Alma
University.
Friedman will discuss the

Local Dancers Win
at International Ball

Premiere Dance Studio walked
—or, rather, danced—off with most
of the junior prizes at the fifth De-
troit International Ball last week-
end at Cobo Hall.
American and Canadian dancers
competed for the dancing cham-
pionship. Winners of the junior
Latin American and junior inter-
national dances were the follow-
ing:
Timothy and Pamela Cyran of
Buffalo, first place; Fran Weitz-
man and Steve Spicuzzi, second;
Steven and Cheryl Chadwick, third;
John Lukas and Jackie Krall,
fourth; and Jack Wixzman and
Sherry Zuckerman, fifth. The sec-
ond, third, fourth and fifth place
winners all were from Premiere.
In the international competition,
Timothy and Pamela again placed
first; Steve and Cheryl, second;
John and Jackie, third; • and Mark
and Deborah Krall, fourth.

facts concerning the Arab-Israel
situation in light of the June
war. He will answer questions
on the Jews' right to create a
state in the Middle East, the
Arab refugees and Israel's re-
sponsibilities toward them.
It is the contention of the spon-
sors of Teach-In that most Jewish
youth—even though they may iden-
tify with Judaism through youth
groups and Hebrew school — do
not have a real comprehension of
the Arab-Israel situatin. All col-
lege and high-school age Jewish
youth are invited.
For information, call the Center
group services division, DI 1-4200.
For pre-registration, call Robin
K 1 e i n, registration committee
chairman, 342-5183.

* * *

6 Groups to Sing
in Youth Zimriya

The third annual Youth Zimriya
has been set for 3:30 p.m. May 5
at the Jewish Center.
This year's Zimriya will involve
six Jewish youth choirs singing
Israeli songs in honor of the 20th
anniversary of Israel's Indepen-
dence Day.
The choirs participating are
from Hillel Day School, Combined
Jewish Schools, United Hebrew
Schools, Jewish Parents Institute
and Habonim. Each choir will
render two Hebrew songs to an
audience of all' the other choirs,
and the combined choirs will sing
three set pieces in part harmony.
A message has been received
from Emanuel Amiran, director of
musical education of the Israel
government, welcoming the De-
troit Youth Zimriya into the 18-
year-old Israeli tradition of youth
choral conventions. This year saw
a record participation of 450
choirs with 35,000 young choristers
meeting to perform and sing in
Hebrew.

Oak Park High
Headlines

By HILARY MARKOW
The reins of Oak Park govern-
ment were turned over to 27 stu-
dents from OPHS on Youth Gov-
ernment Day April 2. Elected to
the position of mayor was Marc
Sussman; councilman was David
Weiner; and municipal judge was
Stewart Krohn. The appointed of-
ficials for a day were: Bob Simon,
city attorney; Bob Rozenberg, city
manager; Nancy Russel, city clerk;
Cheri Plavnick, deputy city clerk;
Ellen Federbusch, city treasurer
Harry Pollack, finance director;
Fred Levine, director of public
works; Bob Winter, DPW super-
intendent; Barry Sigman, DPW
general foreman; Ted Cohen, direc-
tor of public safety; Joe Zaffern,
water supply system general fore-
man; Joel Silverstein, building in-
spector; Bernie Feldman, deputy
building inspector; Dennis Klein,
director of parks, recreation and
forestry; Richard Cherkasky, for-
estry and parks supervisor; Alan
Goodman, forestry and landscape
aid; Neil Stolman, recreation facil-
ities supervisor; Elaine Yashinsky,
,,,,,,,,,, .office supervisor;
Nadyne Orloff,
:librarian; Janet
Indenbaum, chil-
dren's librarian;
Adrienne Litt,
adult services
librarian Jack
Schwartz, civil de-
:f e n s e coordina-
tor and Stephen
Levey, assistant
city engineer.
Hilary
Juniors Minda Werner, Jeff
Cherin and Beth Shulman were re-
cently notified that they will be
traveling abroad this summer with
the Youth for Understanding pro-
gram. Minda and Beth will be stay-
ing in Denmark and Jeff will live
in Holland.
The 65 member variety show,
"Parkers A' Poppin," arranged for
by Mrs. Eva Janis and directed by
Miss Sim Stovak was presented for
Northville State Hospital April 3.
The Dance Club held its second
election this month. New officers
are: president, Dana Aronoff; vice
president, Donna Kost; treasurer,
Sandy IVIuskovitz; secretary, Sheryl
Borgrow; show manager, Alison
Weiss; senior representative, Ros-
anne Arnowitz, and Jan McAdams,
junior representative.
Oak Park High School annually
supplieS teenage counselors for
the elementary school children
when they go to Camp Tamarack
each spring. Leaving the week of
April 29 are Eileen Taxe, Joan
Markson, Mara F i s h m a n, Jedy
Lewin, Sue Thiede, Leslie Silver-
man, Michael Panter, Bob Simon,
Jerry Sabbota, Ken Helfer, David
Goldschmid and Bob Chadwick.
Leaving May 6 are Minda Werner,
Lia Farber, Wendy Spira, Karen
Moss, Carol Hirsch, Ellen Isack-
son, Dean Gettelson, Josh Warn,
Mark Kaminsky, Stuart Shulman,
David Fox and Leon Owens. Leav-
ing the week of May 13 will be
Elaynne Graff, Janet Thurman,
Maxine Gross, Janet Chess, Moanne
Marks, Michele Allowitz, Paul Kut-
nick, Mark Zohott and Ken Korot-
kin.

Harvey Goldman

Fulbright Scholar

Harvey Stern Goldman, 21-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E.
Goldman, 18426 Stoepel, who is
currently pursuing postgraduate
studies on a Woodrow Wilson fel-
lowship in comparative literature
at the University of California at
Berkeley, has been selected as a
Fulbright Scholar for the academic
year 1968-69 to the University of
Lyons, France. His studies will
begin in September.
Goldman was graduated from
Cass Technical High School in
1964 and then attended Michigan
State University on a General
Motors Scholarship. He was a
member of the National Cham-
pionship Mathematics team, re-
ceived his bachelors degree in
1967, and a four year Danforth
Fellowship is still applicable.

Project Outcry Scheduled for May 5

The Youth Council for Soviet
Jewry announces that Project Out-
cry will be held 8 p.m. May 5, at
the Jewish Center.
The program rescheduled from
an earlier date will feature pre-
sentations by youth and an ad-
dress concerning the problems of
Jews in the Soviet Union and Po-
land today.
At the conclusion of the pro-
gram, petitions will be distributed
for circulation throughout the
community.
The Youth Council is planning
to make Project Outcry an an-
nual event.
The community is invited and is
asked to help the youth circulate
petitions which will be sent to the
Soviet Embassy in Washington.
The petition calls upon the So-
viet Union to eliminate discrimi-
nation against Jews in all areas of
Soviet public life; to permit the
practice of Judaism, training of
rabbinical students, and distribu-
tion of religious articles and mat-
zot; allow Jews to make re-
ligious pilgrimages to Israel and

PHOTOGRAPHY

CARSON ZELTZER

permit free emigration; and to end
the suppression of Jewish culture
in the Soviet Union by permitting
writers and other Jews to express
themselves in the Yiddish lang-
uarge.

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