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April 10, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-04-10

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38—Friday, April 10, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS1

Hillel Happenings

By ILANA BARLEVAV

On Feb. 11, the students of }fil-
let went on their first ski trip. This
exciting outing was sponsored by
the Student Councilt Fred Acker-
Man, the ninth grade representa-
tive to the Council. was in charge
of all the details.
The students set out at 4 o'clock
for their destination, Mt. Holly.
laden down with skis, boots and
plenty of food. Many of the stu-
dents who went on this trip were
rookies. Among these courageous
souls were Lisa Greenberg, the

Margolin, two Hillel graduates,
also took part in the fun.
The veterans took to the slopes
immediately, while the novices
started their day with lessons. Hot
chocolate was supposed to be
served. but our student council
president, Ronnie Spatter, left it
behind.
The students, weary but happy,
returned to the school building and
their waiting parents at 10:30 p.m.
promising faithfully to meet in
school the next lay.

Youth
News

This trip was so successful that I
Student Council scheduled a repeat
for March. The weather, unfortun-
ately, did not cooperate, and the
trip had to he cancelled. However,
we'll be on the slopes again next
winter.

Mrs. Charles Goodman and
Mrs. Simon Murciano are PTO
presidents in charge of holiday
activities. Mrs. Arnold Zuroff
and Mrs. Irving Caplan are in
charge of the kindergarten and
junior high seders, respectively.

The PTO will serve a Passover
luncheon to the children. The en-
tire student body will recite sec-
tions of the Hagada and sing Pass-
over melodies. Parents are invited
to observe.
A passover also was held by the
PT() workshop for parents
The school will recess for Pass-
over vacation April 20-28.

Camp Moshava Beckons
Youth for the Summer

Registration is in full swing for
Camp Moshava, where each year,
more than 600 boys and girls ages
9-16 are served at the camp's 240-
acre site in Wild Rose, Wk.

Old, New Music From Israel

Zimriya to Fill Center With Song

schools in the area.
The Zimriya also will feature
Mrs. Ruthie Gil, who will present
a medley of new Israeli songs.
There is no admision charge.
Choruses who will participate are
from Akiva and Hine! Day Schools,
Jewish Parents Institute, Has-
homer Hatzair and Cong. Beth
Moshe.

Susan is the 12-year-old daugh-
of Mrs. Joseph M. Katz of
George Washington Ave., South-
field-

ter

Every reform was once a private
opinion. —Ralph Waldo Emerson.

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?

Cranbrook House Motel

20500 JAMES COUZENS

llillel Model Seders
Slated Next Week

Under the sponsorship of Bnei
Akiva and the Religious Zionists
Slizrachi - Ilaport Hamizrachi ),
Camp 5loshava has been in con-
tinuous operation since 1939 and
has been at its present location
Pancake-Eating Tourney
since 1955.
Falls Flat for Troy Teens
Last season, as part of a long-
Royal Oak Dondero Iligh re-
range plan, over 565.000 in new I
mains champion on the pancake-
facilities were added, including I
eating circuit, but its Troy High-
new cabins, shower houses, staff i
challengers were game all the way.
buildings and sports areas.
Twice.
Currently, Moshava has over 25
The Dondero students had set a buildings, a swimming pool, hard-
5,000-pancake eating record at top courts, ball fields and other
Uncle John's, Birmingham, and sport areas plus several lakes.
Rabbi Benjamin Shandalov,
Troy Iligh junior Guy Burns re-
solved to outdo them. He gathered camp director, heads a staff of 75.
147 students on a recent Wednes- which also includes a resident doc-
day (all-l'ou-can-eat day), who tor.
proceeded consume a paltry
More than 100 Detroit children
2,000.
have attended the camp in the past
At a second try, Burns, battlers,, five years. For information, con-
reduced to only 50, again fell short. tact the local office of Mizrachi.
But, even in defeat, how sweet it 23125 Coolidge, Oak Park, or call
was.
398-7180.

Five choruses, comprised of 250
singers, will gather at the Jewish
Center 3 p.m. Sunday for the tith
Youth Zimriya, an annual festival
of Israeli folk songs.
Since its inception in 1966 by
Asher Tarmon, the Zimriya has
become an integral part of the
Center's calendar of events, bring-
' ing together choirs of Jewish

Susan Katrz, an eighth grader
at Bath Jacob School, is the win-
ner of both her grade and school
spelling bee.
Susan is a second-time winner.
She won her sixth grade and
school bee.

and DANNY SCHNIPPER

The Passover model seder will
tie conducted on four levels at
!fillet Day School, Mrs. Abraham
two Mattler brothers. Steve and
l'asternak, president of the Hillel
Bob, Martin Shenkman and Robert
PTO announces. For grades 2-6 it
Fenkell.
will he at 10:30 a. m. Thursday,
There were also some "old
at 12:45 p.m. Thursday for grade 1.
hands" at skiing along, such as
The junior high classes and kinder-
Wendy Ran and Mark Grosinger.
.garten seders will be held 11 a.m.
Doron • BarLevav and Steven
April 17.
The seder offers students the
opportunity to experience the re- I
ligious and ethical teachings in-
herent in seder ritual and is in-
tended to serve as an inspiration
to parents to conduct their own
family seder on the nights of
passover.

Ilana BarLevav Danny Schnipper

Spelling Bee Whiz Kid Is Susan Katz, Age 12

Center Omnibus
Will Pull Off
`A Goat's Tale'

(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations

COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

Try Our Barber Shop
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine Service Available

ENJOY THIS PASSOVER
WITH THE FINEST
KOSHER L'PESACH
W iLno tomrazzutq
tutcbvt.,

Evelyn Orbach portrays the
goat and Cantor Harold Orbach
a pious citizens of Helm in the
Piccolo Opera Company produc-
tion of "A Goat's Tale," to be
presented by Omni b u s— chil-
dren's live theater series-2 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Center.
Tickets are on sale at the Cen-
ter. For information, call the
cultural arts division, DI 1-4200,
Ext. 292.

kosben

They Made
The Grade

11VZ

Michigan State University's hon-
ors college has admitted 117 new
members, among them: DAVID
BLOOM, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald J. Bloom, 14431 Vernon. Oak
Park, sophomore in chemistry
(pre-med); and ROBERT ZIM-
MERMAN : son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Zimmerman, 18484 Lau-
der, sophomore in elementary edu-
cation. Membership in the honors
college is open to students who
attain a 3.5 (A-minus) grade point I
average during their freshman or
sophomore years.

PURE BEEF

• BOLOGNA

Kar.hruth Supervision by

prominent Orthodox Rabbi

• FRANKFURTERS

Rabbi Ben Z ion Rosenthal

• CORNED BEEF

and two steady Moshgichim

U.S. Gov't. Inspected.

• PASTRAMI

WILNO KOSHER

SALAMI

FRANKFURTERS

Distributed in

CH

He said that a center will he
established for children in the
western sections of Philadelphia
and its suburbs. He said the cen-
ter would be a place " where
young Jewish people in trouble
know they will find people to trust.
people who truly understand and
will do their best to help, not only
with drug problems but with all
problems."

I OFFICES:
CAGO. ILLINOIS

e 0.07

CORNED BEEF . BOLOGNA

Detroit and Michigan by:

JULIUS POLLAK, 14558 Wyoming, Detroit Tel.: 931-0300

See our line-for-line translations of the

midis of Paris and Rome. The look of

Givenchy, St. Laurent, Patou,

Valentino—day and social dresses and

costumes, shirts and skirts, midis over

pants, midi "little" crepes. The

collection priced from $75 to $200.

Collection shown at Oakland on

April 9th and April 10th.

Informal modeling both days from 11:30

to 4:30 in the Miss Hudson Shop.

Agency Plans Program for Teen-Age Drug Users

PHILADELPHIA
(JT – The
Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice has announced plans to create
a special project to help Jewish
teen-agers with drug-problems. The
Youth Emergency Service will
have
ve a professional staff, as well
as young people providing volun-
teer services, according to Ben-
jamin R. Sparfkin, JFS executive
director.

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