the Galaxy, won the top honors
from CSPA, and the National
School Yearbook Association, while
taking the second highest award
from Quill and Scroll.
In sports, Ford is at the ex-
tremes — last place in basketball
with an 0-9 record, but first place
in swimming, going into an all-
important meet against Redford
By RICHARD ROSENBERG
After two months of panning, a
formulated dress code /went into
effect at Ford High. BoYs are now
allowed to wear blue jeans and
sport mustaches, and girls are per-
mitted to wear culottes; these were
the major items causing contro-
However, beards are still un-
acceptable, as are long sideburns
and hair below the collar. Also,
girls are not permitted to wear
Discrepancies had occurred for
months before the code was estab-
lished, and students and teachers
alike agreed some uniform regula-
tions had to be made. The proce-
dure consisted of a period of testi-
monies of students before a stu-
They, in turn, drew up a code
which was presented to the prin-
cipal, Samuel Milan. Mr. Milan
announced the regulations at a
press conference over the PA Jan.
The new semester brought with
it minor faculty changes, in the
form of English teachers. Russell
deBeauclair and George Lim.
Leaving Ford were Mrs. Edna
Freier, Mrs. Johanna Kobran and
Mrs. Marlene Loucks, from the
English department, Isaiah
Branch, a math teacher, and
Theresa Nwokedi, from the science
Preparations are being made
for Bandtastic, the annual band
concert with a touch of comedy.
Although there won't be as many
skits as in previous years, the
popular teacher's skit will make
its return. Bandtastic is set for
Publications at Ford continue to
win the top journalism awards in
the country. Under Richard Petrie,
the Spotlight, Ford's newspaper,
took the top award from Quill and
Scroll, National Newspaper Serv-
ice and Columbia Scholastic Press
The Spotlight also was awarded
the All-American for the first
semester last year, and the first
place award for the second sem-
ester from the National Scholastic
Press Association. Ford's yearbook,
AT GESHER HAZIV, ISRAEL
This exciting 7-week
1969 HISTADRUT camp
program is designed for
young men and women
between the ages of 14
All-inclusive cost includ-
ing round trip airfare to
Israel only $885.00.
H I STADRUT
For Further Information
Call or Write
Troop 23 Home Again;
Boys Invited to Join
Scouts at Bnai Moshe
Boy Scout Troop 23, affiliated
with Bnai Moshe Synagogue for
more than 15 years prior to its de-
parture from Dexter Blvd. is back
at Bnai Moshe.
The only troop in the nation spon-
sored by its former scouts (from
1911 to -1920 when the troop met at
the Hannah Schloss Building on
High Street), the membership now
consists of sons and grandsons of
Scoutmaster Nathan Trager and
Alfred A. Klunover, institutional
representative, hold the award of
"Silver Beaver," presented by the
National Council of Boy Scouts.
Trager is planning a membership
program for all boys in the South-
field and Oak Park communities
who may share in the scouting pro-
gram, as well as participate in its
Ner Tamid program for Jewish
scouts. Rabbi Moses Lehrman and
Seymour Kaplan, youth director of
Bnai Moshe, have volunteered to
assist in this program.
The troop will meet 7 p.m. Mon-
days at the synagogue. Boys who
will soon reach their 11th birthday
through age 14 are invited. For in-
formation, call Klunover, WO 3-
1767; Trager, VE 8-3717; or Sy
Kaplan, LI 8-9000.
`Youth Aliya Must Face
Problems of Poor Sabras'
NEW YORK (JTA)—A prominent
American educator said Youth
Aliya, the international child res-
cue movement that brings disad-
vantaged or endangered Jewish
children from abroad to Israel for
upbringing and education, may in
coming years have to deal with the
problem of native-born disadvan-
taged youngsters in Israel.
Dr. Milton Schwebel, dean of
Rutgers University's graduate
school of education, said that these
children were mainly offspring of
immigrants from the Arab coun-
Dr. Schwebel spoke before some
300 leaders of Hadassah, the Wom-
en's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, which sponsors the Youth
Aliya movement. The occasion was
a banquet marking the 35th anni-
versary of Youth Aliya which
wound up a four-day midwinter
conference of the Hadassah nation-
al board held to plan activities
during the year ahead.
Dr. Schwebel said that Youth
Aliya had developed "unique meth-
ods" for dealing with disadvan-
taged children that stressed "the
problems rather than the child's
Masada Youth Meeting
Postponed Till Sunday
CAROLYN GOLDBERG, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Davis
of Winston Ave., was chosen
"Miss Achievement," the top Jun-
ior Achievement (JA) business-
woman of her area. Sixteen-year-,
old Carolyn is a Redford High
School student and president of
the Sound Unlimited JA Co., which
is counseled by the Standard Oil
Division, American Oil Co. Con-
testants were chosen on their
knowledge of Junior Achievement,
leadership, poise, appearance and
• • •
DONALD J. SAK, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Sak of Robson
Ave., has been activated as a
member of Beta Delta Chapter,
Phi Kappa Sigma (Skulls) Frat-
ernity, Michigan State University.
Sak is a freshman at MSU.
• • •
JIMMY BRAGMAN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul J. Bragman of Elm
St., Oak Park, and a student at the
United Hebrew High School, cele-
brated his Bar Mitzva at the Yes-
hurin Synagogue, leading sanc-
tuary of Jerusalem. Jimmy was
able not only to chant his haftora
and maftir, but to read from the
Tora the entire Sedra of the week.
Present were rabbis, members of
the Israeli Cabinet and professors
of the Hebrew University. Present,
also, was Rabbi Samuel Nathan,
Israeli minister of tourism, who
several weeks earlier had an arti-
cle published in The Jewish News
calling upon all American parents
to bring their children to Israel to
celebrate Bar Mitzva. At the tomb
of Jacob, in Hebron, when a 10th
man was required for a "minyan,"
Jimmy had the opportunity for the
first time to join a minyan.
• • •
DARLENE KAMINSKI, 18, gold
medal winner at the Paralympic
Games in Tel Aviv last November,
has been named poster girl for the
Detroit Easter Seal Campaign.
Darlene, 19831 Shiawassee, won
her gold medal in backstroke
swimming and took a bronze
medal as a basketball team mem-
U-M Hillel Has Films,
Symposium on Agenda
The University of Michigan's
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation will
present a month of programs be-
ginning this week with the popular
Israeli film, "Impossible on Sat-
urday" 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the Hillel House, Ann Arbor.
Also for the benefit of UJA, "The
Bedford Incident" will be shown
8 p.m. Feb. 22. There is a nominal
admission fee for both films.
A program on "Reflections on
the Jew in Suburbia" will be
presented 8 p.m. Feb. 27 along
with a program on "The Draft,"
featuring Dr. Charles Donahue.
Dr. Donahue, of the U of M
School of Law, currently is in-
volved in a lawsuit against the
Selective Service director.
Also on Hillel's agenda is a sym-
posium, "The Question of Legal-
ized Abortion" to be held 8 p.m.
March 13. Participating will be
State Senator John E. McCauley,
who is heading the drive in the
Michigan Senate to legalize abor-
tion; Dr. Robert Jaffe, university
gynecologist and obstetrician;
Father Michael A. Donovan, for-
mer president of the board of
religious counselors at U of M and
author of "Sex and Moral Respon-
sibility"; and Rabbi Max Kapus-
tin, Hillel director, Wayne State
The newly formed Masada Youth
group of the Zionist Organization
of America that was to have met
last Sunday was postponed to this
coming Sunday, due to the silent
vigil at Kennedy Square.
The meeting will be held 2 p.m. Center Tweens Swing
at the Zionist Cultural Center. All
teen-agers are invited to attend to 'Hearts and Flowers'
The Jewish Center Tween Dance
this organizational meeting. For
information, call Ida Leib, 356-4650, Committee will present a 'Hearts
and Flowers' dance 7:30 p.m. Sat-
or Howard Lax, 353-1325.
urday at the Center.
Dance music will be provided by
More Youth News
the "Magical Wizards." There will
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dance contest. Admission charge.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 14, 1969-35
Israeli Seeks Pen Pals
Temple Israel Youth
to Do Cantata Tonight
The youth group of Temple Is-
rael will conduct Sabbath services
8:30 p.m. today.
The service is centered around
the theme "Am Yisroel Hai—The
Jewish People Lives." The high
school choir, directed by Cantor
Harold Orbach, will present a
musical cantata, "The Trial of the
Fossil," and will provide the Sab-
Participants in the service are
Nancy Shapiro, Cathy Mahlin, Jon
Wayne, Laurel Brainin, Glenn
Saltz, Hal Rosin, Mike Resnick,
Joel Mutnick, Marshall Mermen,
Jo Collens, Lenny Felder, Jimmy
Learner, Ed Keller, Jane Scbel-
berg, Terry Brenner, Steve Siegle
and Shart Schafer.
All are invited.
ALL COLOR PHOTOS
MADE BY HAND
An 18-year-old Israeli soldier,
Samuel Knobal, has written The
Jewish News in hopes of finding
pen pals—male and female—of his
age. He can be contacted at 21
Gordon St., Ramle, Israel.
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