Curiosity is one of the permanent
Art Linkletter's, at 12 Mile and and certain characteristics of a
Evergreen Rds., is presenting Bar
Mitzva and sweet sixteen dance son.
The United Hebrew High School parties—featuring music and food,
Student Council will sponsor its plus experienced party know-how.
second annual all-night study-in For information, call Art Link-
April 11. The conference will be- letter's, 357-1215 or 588-0300.
gin at 8:40 p.m. in the Rohlik
Building and continue until 7 a.m.
FOR THE BEST IN
the next day.
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
Theme of the study-in is "The
for all occasions
Community of Israel Shall Not
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Pass," and the keynote speaker,
And His Orchestra
Emanuel Mandel, director of the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization of
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Michigan, will discuss "Jewish
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At the conclusion of Mandel's
talk, the students will meet in
small groups for buzz sessions,
led by Rabbis Milton Arm, Leo-
nard Cahan, David Jesse' and Ja-
the 4441 cliaouand al ate "uryltre puce
cob Kranz, and by David Elazar
and Daniel Schwartz of the UHS
Rabbi Gerald Teller of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek will conduct a sen-
sitivity session of the conference
A midnight supper, feature-
length film, dramatic sketches
by the students and a dawn
service and breakfast will com-
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plete the program.
Members of the student council
include David Chinsky, president;
Steven Segal, vice president; Shel-
don Neuman, secretary-treasurer;
and Robert Garber, Tony Gelbart,
Rachel Goldberg, David Goodman,
Sally Horowitz, Mark Krause, Greg
} Miller, Steven Petelnick, Shelley
Raminick. Noah Schreier, Larry
Sklar and Mildred Zoldan.
Rabbi Melvin Sachs of the UHS
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High School faculty is adviser to
the student council.
UHS High School
Aged Entertained by Akira Youngster s Sets Study-In
30—Friday, April 3, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Bar Mitzva Party Planner
NEIL EL MOUCHI
David C. Mandelbaurn and Shani Schreiber were among the Akiva
Hebrew Day School kindergarteners who performed the Purim story
for residents of the Jewish Home for Aged. In the picture, they are
distributing shalakh manot to two residents. In a thank-you note to
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal of Akiva, the home's recreation direc-
tor. Mrs. Leon Botkin, said It was a pleasure for our elderly to
watch the children who sang and acted so well, and a particular joy
°to hear them speak in Hebrew. The residents are still commenting on
how much they enjoyed the program."
president of the student council.
By ILANA BAR LEVAV and
- won first prize for the most orig•
It was Purim, but you wouldn't inal costume. He came as "The
have known it as Hillel Day School. Mummy." (Although the student
It was more like International council sponsored the contests,
Day. Each class picked one coun- rest assured that they were not
try or state and decorated its room 'rigged.)
Humus in • pita, a dish of the
. accordingly. The atmosphere
ranged from a very proper Eng- Middle East that is as typical as
land by the seventh grade to a a hot dog in a bun here, was
black and gory Transylvania crest. served by the seventh grade, who
ed by the ninth grade. became Beduins this Purim.
Prizes for the best decorated Sharon Tel-Tsur. an Israeli who
class were awarded to both fifth has been here for approximately
grades for their presentations of two years, remarked that it was
Hawaii and Mexico. The entertain- I good, but not like at home. Pizza
ment prize went to the sixth grade and garlic bread were served at
for their story of Purim, told in "Giacalonies of Italy," alias the
Japanese style. eighth grade. It was a nice, red-
Reva Sober man and Karem curtained, checked - tableclothed
Freedland were geisha girls and restaurant, kosher, of course.
composed their lovely introductory Aside from the festivities pro-
dance themselves. Shelly Webber . vided by each class, there was a
and Robert 'Starnes won, second modernized Purim play which tea-
and third prize for their individual tured Eileen Wainer as the Metro
costumes, which both happened to' Goldwyn lion. But the entertain-
be.the beautiful and delicate cos- ment did not end there. The entire
tumes of Japan. Ronnie Spatter, a school was then engrossed in a fas-
member of the ninth grade- and the inating movie about Hercules, the
title red fire engine who wouldn't
give in to the new fire trucks that
ran without horses.
At the end of the day, each stu-
31 r. I rving A'aphin dent received a package containing
some goodies to be given to a
friend as the mitzva of mishloak
manot or the exchanging of gifts
and two pennies that were to be
given as charity to the poor, or
Speaking for the students of
Millet Day School, the celebration
of this Purim was the most differ-
ent and certainly the liveliest Pur-
im We have ever had, both at home
and "around the world."
Winner in Hillel Bee
MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
Phyllis Weinberger became the
bride of Irving Kaplan Tuesday
evening at Cong. linai Moshe.
Rabbi Moses -Lehrman officiated.
Parehts of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Weinberger of
Strathmoor Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Kaplan of Fenmore Ave.
Marlene Shillman served her
sister as matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Sandra Fine. Bar-
bara Starkman, Marilyn Chaifetz,
Evelyn Burton and Marcia
Ted Epstein served as hest man.
and ushers-included Michael Kasky.
Gilbert Starr, Martin Starkman,
Jeffrey Shillman and Craig Zah-
The couple left fora honeymoon''
in New York.
Robert Schloss, an eighth grader
at Hillel Day School, emerged
champion speller of the school
spelling bee. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Schloss of Oak Park Blvd.,
Oak Park, Robert will represent
Hillel at the district spelling bee
Runner-up in the finals was
Eileen Wainer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. JUlius Wainer of S. Har-
wich Dr., Farmington. Grade win-
ners were Stuart Wayne, 5th; Rob-
ert 'Starnes, 6th: Paula Levey, 7th;
and Gail Singer, 8th. Mrs. Charles
Levy, assistant principal, was co-
ordinator, and Rosalind Kasle and
Bess Berris were pronouncers.
Norman Allan & To.
'A Goat's Tale •
Comes to Center
Omnibus, the children's live the-
ater series, will present "A Goat's
Tale" with a Passover flavor 2 1
p.m. April 12.
This presentation is a comic
opera based on the legends of
Sholem Aleichem. The story un-
folds in the village of Chelni
through the narrative of a young
goat, played by Evelyn Orbach.
"A Goat's Tale" is produced by
the Piccolo Opera Company.
Other members of the cast are
Elsie Inselman, James Berg. Har-
old Orbach and Marjorie Gordon,
who is also the managing director
of the company.
Tickets are on sale at the Jewish
Center. For information call the
Center, 341-4200, extension 292.
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"Playland," a program offered
each summer for kindergarten-age
children are available at the Jew-
This program provides an intro-
duction to day camping as well as
situations similar to school.
Included are arts and crafts,
group and free play, story hour
water activities, singing, dancing
and outdoor activities. One high-
light of the program is weekly
trips to places of special interest.
Enrollment is purposely limited
so that staff may program to meet
the needs and interests of each
This program is available at both
the main Center building and the
Ten Mile branch. For application
and information, call the Center,
Planned by OP Teens
The Young Israel Teens of Oak
Park will sponsor a post-Purim
carnival 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Fifteen booths have been set up.
Hot dogs, french fries and pastries
will be available, as well as the
usual carnival snacks.
For information call Dennis Ei-
The Bar Mitzva of Sol Pesis was
observed March 21 at Young Israel
When I was a boy I'd rather be
of Oak Woods. The Jewish News
regrets the omission of his name licked twice than postponed once.
in the March 20 issue.
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