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October 04, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-04

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28—Friday, October 4, 196B

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Youth News

Oak Park High

Headlines

By DEAN GETTLESON

Abba Eban Hopes Dropsie to Assist
Education Research
for 'New Dialooue' PHILADELPHIA —Dropsie Col-
lege for Hebrew and Cognate
With France

JERUSALEM it JTA) — Prime Learning, to help further the needs

Editor's Note: Dean, 17, is an
honor student at OPHS and plans
to attend Monteith College at

Minister Levi Esh"col told the cabi- and objectives of Jewsih education
net Sunday that France's position in this country, announced it has
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on the basic qUestions of the entered into a new relationship
Wayne State University after
Middle East conflict have not
graduation. He is the editorial
with the American Association for
director of the Oak Park student
changed.
newspaper, the Eagle-American,
He reported on 'Foreign Minister Jewish Education.
of
the
manager
and circulation
Abba Eban's talks with French
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, president
yearbook, Revoir. An Eagle
Foreign Minister Michel Debre in of Dropsie College, said the move
Scout, Dean- is a member of
Paris
last
week..
was in keeping with the institu-
Solomon AZA, Bnai Brith Youth
In contrast, 'Italy's foreign tion's policy of making its aca-
Organization.
minister, Giuseppe Medici, express- demic and research facilities avail-
* * r.
pressed his country's agreement
The students at Oak Park High with many of Israel's basic aims, able to the American Jewish com-
munity.
have started out on the road to
including the attainment of peace
In a joint statement, Isaac Tou-
success this semester with many in the Middle East, Eshkol said.
executive vice president of the
activities, dances and sports
Foreign Minister Eban met bin,
American Association for Jewish
events planned almost weekly for
with Debre Friday in what was Education, said that Dropsie Col-
months to come. The senior class
the first meeting on a ministerial
will assist in planning re-
kicked off the school year with a
level between Israel and France lege
search projects in the field of Jew-
dance a few weeks ago.
since the June 1967 war. The ish
education.
It will also seek the
The Council on Student Affairs
meeting was described as "frank
assistance of faculty members or
(COSA) is busy making plans for
and cordial" and was said to fellows
Four presidents of AZA chapters in the Greater Detroit Council
as
may
be required for
a new and better program through-
have been the occasion for a
accept the Henry Monsky All-Around Chapter Award at the recent
the year. Students were asked to
general review of Franco-Is- carrying out the research program
meeting of the council. Richard Segal (center), aleph godol (presi-
fill out petitions for membership
raeli relations during which two being planned.
dent) of District 6, presents the award to (from left) Stewart Lach-
on the council.
matters were brought up.
man, Akiba -AZA; Barry Gross, George Gershwin AZA; Marc
- ng the W-w-ar
The Eagle-American, Oak Park's
Endi
One was France's year-long em-
At a neighborhood bar, in the
Oleshansky, Alexander Goode AZA; and Chuck Shanaman, Manning
only high school newspaper, went bargo of 50 Mirage V jets which
wee
hours
of
the
morning, a chron-
on
sale
today
for
the
first
time
Sporn AZA.
Israel bought and paid for; the
*
C
*
this year. It is published by the other was France's position at the ic stutterer announced, "If they
the
coveted
Henry
Monsky
All-
r-r-really
w-w-wanted
to, they
advanced journalism classes and 23rd session of the United Nations
Four .Aleph Zadik Aleph chap-
c-c-could end this d-d-damn w-w-
ters in the Greater Detroit Bnai Around Chapter Award at the re- is managed and edited entirely by General Assembly.
cent
meeting
of
the
council.
students. Mike Katzman is the
Brith Youth Council were awarded
On leaving the French Foreign war in V-V-Viet Nam in about
Honored were Akiba AZA, Eagle business manager.
Office, Eban said he would like t-t-two w-w-weeks!"
George Gershwin AZA, Alexander
"Hmph," snorted his companion.
Next week, the school year- to consider the meeting the start
Goode AZA and Manning Sporn
book, the Revoir, will present of a "new dialogue" between "That's easy for you to say!"
AZA. It was the second consecutive
its sales campaign to the stu- France and Israel.
year for Manning Sporn Chapter.
dents and faculty. The staff has
Eshkol, in a Tel Aviv speech, de-
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
The award, named for the late
been working diligently during nounced Soviet leaders for "seeing
Portraiture of Distinction
Henry Monsky, president of the
the past few months hoping to fit once again to spread malicious
For Your Weddings
Bnai Brith Supreme Lodge, rep-
put
out
a
bigger
and
better
Formals
- Candids - Direct Color
tales
about
aggressive
intentions
of
Sept. 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Joe resents international recognition
yearbook than ever before. Bev Israel, of all countries." Referring
3223 W. McNichols
P. Levi, 10215 Curtis, a son, David for achievement in carrying out
Blitz is editor-in-chief.
Nr. Muirland
to Tass statement charging Israel
Joseph.
the aims of AZA.
Camp counselors from Oak Park
• * •
There were 30 winners among High were chosen this week to with "dangerous provocations"
Call 341-4141
against the Arab countries, he told
Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- the 670 chapters in the world. They
participate in the outdoor educa- veterans of the brigade which de-
bert Lipson (Eve Weinhaus), form- were initially announced at the
tion program at Camp Tamarack
er Detroiters of Chicago, a daugh- AZA International Convention at for elementary school children in fended Tel Aviv during the 1948
"Merging Traffic"
ter, Dana Renee.
Camp Bnai Brith in Starlight, Pa. the district. Thirty-two junior and Liberation War that the Soviets
Accelerated
4
r.
In applying for the award, chap- senior honor students were eligi- were circulating slanders "just as
Rock and Roll Sounds
they
did
prior
to
the
Six-Day
War
Available for Parties
Sept. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Hal ters must complete a 10-page ap- ble to enjoy the wonderful ex-
Bar Mitzvas, Socials, Etc.
when they spread vicious lies of
R. Joseph (Ann Rosen of Detroit) plication, including letters of rec- periences at camp.
Call
alleged Israeli concentrations on
of Los Angeles, a daughter, Su- ommendation from members, par-
Aaron Goff. teacher at OPUS, is the Syrian border."
JEFF DEMBS 356-8547
ents, community leaders and the sponsoring an educational excur-
san Philippa.
*
*
chapter adviser.
sion to Chicago for all students of
Traffic cop: Whassamatter? Go-
For information about AZA, call high school age during the long
Sept. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. C.
ing to a fire?
Martin Rose (Susan Taitelbaum). the regional BBYO office, 342-7337. weekend of
4-27. More in-
Oct.be
Speeder: No, no, Officer. I just
TO HACK WITH
24785 Rensselaer, Oak Park. a son,
obtained from heard my wife's club is having
formation may
Andrew Craig.
Mr. Goff at the high school.
YOUR SHOE PROBLEMS .
another rummage sale this after-

4 AZA Units Win. International Honors

Birth

nnouncements



4'

Shlomo Carlebach
Due for Benefit
of Habonim Youth

Sept. 19—To Dr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Jay Freedman (Marion Hel-
fer), 14440 Rosemary, Oak Park,
a son, Jeffrey Mark.
S • •
Habonim Youth Organization
Sept. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Don- will present Shlomo Carlebach in
ald Ruskin (Maxine Loomus), concert 8:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in the
24635 Thorndyke, Southfield, a son, Ford High School auditorium.
Rabbi Carlebach, a folk singer
Michael Jay.
• * •
and guitarist, sings songs in the
Sept. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hasidic manner but is at home
Rockind (Gladys Reinstein), 20240 on campuses throughout the
Renfrew, a son, Neil Steven.
country.
-.. S 4
Carlebach, who composes prac-
To Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Blitz tically all of his songs, has sung
(Avon Horowitz), 10445 Elgi n, his way through most of Europe
Huntington Woods, an adopted son, and Israel. His record albums in-
Jason Bernard.
clude "Shlomo Carlebach at the
Village Gate," "Wake up World"
Recommended by Physicians
and many others.
Proceeds of the concert will help
RABBI
maintain and expand the local
Habonim, Zionist youth organiza-
tion, directed by Meir Ariel,
Expert Mohel
newly arrived Israeli youth leader.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
LI 1-9769
Co-chairmen of the concert com-
LI 2-4444
mittee are Mrs. Bernard Schiff
and Ruben Wartel. Other mem-
RABBI SHAIALL
bers of the committee are Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Goldberg, Mrs.
Michael Michlin, Mrs. Alfred Mi-
chaels, Mrs. Louis Slabosky and
all Habonim members.
For information, call Wartel,
VE 8-2233.

Leo Goldman

ZACHARIASH

MOHEL
341-1595

REV. GOLDMAN L.

MARSHALL

MOHEL

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RABBI JOSHUA SPIRO

Experienced Mohel

Serving in Hospitals & Homes

863-2616

Beth Rhodes to Solo
With Detroit Symphony

Beth Rhodes, 17-year-old Detroit

pianist, will make her debut as
soloist next spring with the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra under
the direction of Arthur Fiedler.
The announcement was made by
Howard Harrington, manager of

the orchestra.
Beth will be the fourth student
of Julius Chajes to solo with the
Detroit Symphony within the last
year. The other three were David
Syme, Gordon Goodman and Paul
Shoenfield.

noon, and I'm trying to get home
in time to save my last pair of
pants.

They Made
The Grade

Letters of commendation honor-
ing them for their high perform-
ance on the 1968 National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMS-
QT) have been awarded to 12 stu- 'r
dents at Oak Park High School,
Principal Dr. Lloyd Peterman has
announced. They are Robert Black,
Diane Block, Carol Blumberg, Mar-
sha Cooper, Rodney Corlin, Gerald
Gorelick, Michael Gornbeiu, Ralph
Katz, Donna Katzman, George
Lantos, Gale Shiener and Maureen
Stahl. They are among 39,000 stu-
dents in the United States who
scored in the upper 2 per cent of
those who will graduate from high
school in 1969.

Youth Symphony to Hold
Tryouts at Shaarey Zedek

.

The Shaarey Zedek Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra will begin its
eighth season with auditions 1:30
p.m. Sunday in the synagogue
youth lounge. Auditions also wiill
be held Oct. 13.
The orchestra performs at syn-
agogue programs, religious cele-
brations and special events in the
community. Under the direction
of Jerome Stasson, the orchestra
plays Israeli and Jewish music,
as well as works from the stand-
ard symphonic repertoire.
Each season, students from the
orchestra are selected to appear
as soloists and in small chamber
ensembles. For information, call
Stasson, LI 8-8596.

Brave Barber

In the heart of San Francisco's
shamelessly overpublicized hippie-
land, one enterprising barber has
hung out a sign proclaiming, "One
Barber: No Waiting!"

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