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May 08, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-08

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Hale! Happenings

/Detroit Science Fair
!Annou ces Winners

Detroit Metropolitnn
r announces its senior
ners from 25,000 en- ;
On April 15, the members of the , The answers to these questions
es special awards in
p re viou s
graduating classes re- and many others provided a lively, tries inch' o Cliff A. Cantor, 15,
chemistry'
turned to Hillel for a reunion with informative and
"
interesting
eve- I of B100:1111 Id Hills Andover High
this year's ninth grade. The pur- ning for staff and student alike.
botany, to Gershon
al-14
pose was to reunite fornier class-'
..........
Yeshivah Beth Ye-
mates and to give them the oppor-
arn.en. I.in medicine and health,
tunity to share their experiences
huclah: and J. Feigelman, 14, also
to ➢ lichael Beth Yehudah. -
with each Other and with the class
of '70
of Yeshiva} ng exhibitors and titles
Re esenting the class of '67,
The winni - bits are: Cantor, "Gas
Tillie] s first graduating class, were
of their exh 1phy;" Carmen, "Ger-
Chr , mato ,, r - Seeds:" and Feigel-
Mark Goldsmith, Jonathan Licht, j
fialpl Greenberg and' Irving Man-
rnit :•er: • tococcus, Analysis and
delb um. Among those pr e se n t
from the classes of '68 and '69
ma
Cl
o
h school winners are:
were_
4},} :of 'periments: first place,
of his
Clinton Junior High,
SPECIALS
golin?„
Stand netic Painting:" ninth
BANANA
Arnt:
C
ernme llic arts: second place,
alwaysl Forrest, 14, Clinton
lb I.
7'
it's bet „ Grand Canyon Fos-
rev,
Ras, e Life of Today;"
RUSSIAN
pri
C •
the lie experiment: first
to
the a Shapiro, 13, Birney
to
the ( "Electronic Wheel of
Child righth grade collection:
FRESH HOT ROLLS
sit(
He Stanley A. Guss, 13,
Sat. b Sun. Afternoons
I
pa:.
groupslior High, "Crystallo-
SPECIAL
ALL
a
Yo
danger:c1 special award, Debra
for
ha
CAKES
OCCASIONS ].
from Abott Junior High,
sc ;'
effectiv
ti!
BARTON'S CHOCOLATES
young
is yeshiva was
terfere with other school activities
chosen by Rabbi Fendel be- Jewish Youth Council
or social life?"
cause it's rosh yeshiva, Rabbi
Elects St.•ye Cohen
Abraham Silbert, and its general
Steve Cohez. who is affiliated
studies principal, Rabbi Joseph
Young Musicians to Vie
UrivetskyL are both veteran with Beth Sha.em United Syna-
in Fall Competition
gogue
Youth, has been elected
Americanieducators. Many of
Young musicians in grades 7-12 the faculty members also emi- president of the Jewish Youth
Council.
Dennis Eisenberg, of the
are being invited by the Southfield grated from America. The girls
Junior Symphony to prepare for
will be at the Pelech school in Young Israei young group, was
elected vice president; Ken Jacobs
September auditions for the copi- Jerusalem.
Petition in piano, horn and strings.
In addition to academy 9th year of Bnai David, treasurer; Andrea
Contestants, who must be from students, individuals from other Kempner, Hashomer Hatzair, re-
Southfield or Lathrup Village, will schools will be eligible for admis- cording secretary; and Laurel
play a concerto movement of their sion. For information write Rabbi Brainin, Et - Gar, corresponding
choice. Winners of the competition Fendel, 609 Hempstead, W. Hemp- secretary.
The objectives of the Jewish
will perform in concert next Feb- stead, New York, or the Torah
ruary. For information, call Mrs. department of the Jewish Agency, Youth Council are to act as a
clearing house for activities, pro-
Bernard Adinoff, chairman, 353- 515 Park Ave., New York.
vide an opportunity for member
3183.
organizations to become familiar
Music at the February concert,
with the philosophies of other mem-
conducted by Richard Brown, will
ber organizations and assume re-
include the music from George
sponsibility for major projects in-
Gershwin's "American in Paris,"
volving
Jewish youth in the com-
purchased with the aid of the
JUDY SARASOHN, a University munity.
Southfield Friends of the Library.
of
Michigan
senior
from
New
Youth
organizations interested in
Proceeds from the concert will be
used to expand the record library York, won the $750 grand prize in additional information, or in send-
being established by City Librarian the college competition of the fifth ing representatives to future meet-
annual Detroit Press Club Foun- ings, may contact Cohen, LI 8-5914,
Bruce Schmidt.
dation Awards. Miss Sarasohn's or Joel Verbin, coordinator, DI 1-
story, "Collins to Face Trial for 4200.
Jewish Rock Service
Slaying," was published in the
Presented at Church
Michigan Daily, where she is man-
Erroll Mann to Attend
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (JTA)—A aging editor. She also won a $300
rock service, conceived by a rabbi, award as one of three finalists in Bnai Moshe Breakfast
was presented by 70 young people the three college categories.
Bnai Moshe and Tephillin Club
from two synagogues and three
will hold a community breakfast
INA J. AMBER, daughter of for the entire family 11 a.m. Sun-
churches to nearly 1,000 worship-
ers at an interfaith service at the Mr. and Mrs. George C. Amber, day, in the social hall.
First Presbyterian Church here. of Crooks Rd., Royal Oak, has
Erroll Mann, place-kicking spe-
The young people were from the been designated as a Regents- cialist for the Detroit Lions, and
Presbyterian Church, the First Alumni Scholar for 1970 in recog- filmed highlights of the '69 football'
Methodist Church, the First Bap- nition of her "outstanding aca- season will be featured.
tist Church and Temple Bnai Or, demic achievement and potential
Prizes will be given. For tickets
all of Morristown, and Temple contribution to the academic com- call the synagogue, LI 8-9000, or
munity of the university."
Sharey Tefilo in East Orange.
Sidney Burk, 549-4482.

By ILANA BARLEVAV and DANNY SCHNIPPER

I The 197

Fa
I , Science
division wi

Youth

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 8, 1970-31 '

In land and water area com-
bined, Michigan is the largest
state east of the Mississippi and ;
ranks tenth in the nation. Its area ,
includes 57,022 square miles of
land and 38,769 square miles of
water surface.

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The Jewish War Veterans Bowl-
ing League, at its annual ban-
quet, honored Bernard Hoffman
as "man of the year" and pre-
sented him with a plaque for his
many years of service to JWV.
The bowling league is expanding
its erogram for next season, and
interested persons are invited to
join. For information, call Jack
Berman, LI 2-2629; Al Bricker,
LI 6-7588; or Willy Geer, LI
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Stuart Horowitz was elected
president of Beth Moses Senior
United Synagogue Youth at a re-
cent election meeting.
The other officers are: Ronald
Anstandig, vice president; Sheri
Bluestein, social action chairman;
Eileen Cutler and JoAnn Grubner,
secretaries; Tony Haar, Josh Leo-
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