`Snow Queen' to :Reign
on the .Center Stage
By LYNN DOMBEY
(Lynn, 14, is In the 9th grade.
Her special interests include ice
skating and reading)
Eighth and ninth grade students
have started to raise money for
their class trip in May. We are
planning, God willing, to visit an-
other Hebrew day school out of
town and tour the city.
Our fund-raising projects so far
include the successful sale of
Israeli-made panty hose and we
hope to keep the sale going as long
as necessary. We have also sold
candy and are now selling choco-
late bars. The students are also
planning to possibly have a movie
night and a car wash. We hope to
raise enough money to go some-
where enjoyable and worthwhile.
I think we can do it since , we are
21 ambitious kids working to-
gether for a good cause.
will present the Molby Mario-
nettes in Hans Quist:Ian Ander-
sen's 'The Snow Queen," 2 p.m.
Feb. 28 at the Jewish Center.
The magic and color of the story-
book come alive on stage ander
the handling of Philip Molby,
who has perfected his techniques
during 20 years' experience in
this field. Molby and Pat Sutton,
with whom he is associated,
wrote the stage adaptation of
"The Snow Queen" and designed
the settings for this marionette
production. Tickets are on sale
at the Jewish Center, 341-4200,
Shlomo Carlebach to Be Joined
by Young Quartet at Bnai David
Bnai David's Laped Youth Group
will presnet the "Dor liodosh (New
Genration) Singers," who will join
Shlomo Carlebach in concert 8:30
p.m. Feb. 20.
Tickets are on sale at Bnai
David Religious School and at the
Dexter-Davison Market. There are
special group rates.
The "Dor Hodosh Singers" have
ben performing together since
October, when they performed for
600 young people at a project out-
cry Soviet - Jewry rally. Since
then, the group has given concerts
in Windsor, Toledo and locally, for
youth groups, men's clubs and
sisterhoods. Their repertoire in-
cludes many original Hebrew
songs, as well as English, Yiddish
and Israeli folk music.
Itsy Weisberg, rhythm guitar-
ist and -second lead singer, has
seen his original compositions
appear on four albums, and two
of his compositions are forth-
coming on a Pirchei release.
A graduate of Telshe Yeshiva
and Wayne State University, he
teaches English at Stevenson High
School, Livonia: He is a Hebrew,
music and high school teacher at
Greater Detroit AZA Council has
begun its annual chapter basket-
ball league competition Thursday
evenings from 5:15 to 7:30 at the
10 Mile branch of the Jewish Cen-
The league is divided into two
divisions, with the divisional win-
ners playing off March 18 for the
league championship and the
Avram "Bed" Charlip Memorial
Results of the first week's com-
petition were as follows: Rose AZA,
37,- Shalom AZA, 19; Posen AZA,
28, Salomon AZA, 26; Ohr AZA,
37, King AZA, 8; Sporn AZA, 34,
and Einstein AZA 22.
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The AZA Council announces
formation of Alfred Dreyfus Chap-
ter to serve the Huntington Woods-
Oak Park area. Aleph Zadllc Aleph
(AZA), serving Jewish boys age
14-18 and grades 9-12, now has four
Bnei Akiva Teens
Trade Visits With
Bnei Akiva Teens last weekend
visited the Bnei Akiva group in
Cleveland, at which Camp Moshava
leaders led a discussion of summer
plans for the Wild Rose, Wis. camp.
A return visit will be paid Feb.
19-21 when members of the Cleve-
land Bnei Akiva come to Detroit.
After the oneg Shabat, the group
will see Shlomo Carlebach at Cong.
This Saturday night, Bnei Akiva
Teens will see the Shrine Circus.
Bnei, Akiva Youth (grades 4-8)
will start to meet 3 p.m. every
Saturday at Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods. Chaim Hopman,
youth director, can be contacted
at his home, 548-6661.
Bnai David Religious School and
youth director for Young Israel
Nate Frankel, the group's sec-
ond guitarist, has played for
youth conventions, toured the
Catskills and this past summer
played for the Israeli Army. A
graduate of New Israel Rabbinical
College and a senior at Wayne
State University, he hopes to emi-
grate to IsraeL He teaches music
at Beth Shalom Religious Schools
and is youth adviser at Cong. Beth
EDWARD H. HERSHMAN, son
Ephraim Tatelbaum, lead tenor, of Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Hersh-
is a cantor at Cong. Beth HilleL A man of Thornbrier Way, Bloom-
graduate of St. Louis Rabbinical field Hills, is among 23 Oakland
College, he is a Hebrew teacher County youths nominated by Con-
at Cong. Beth Abraham.
Marty Liebman is the newest
addition to' "Dor Hodosh." The
group's arranger, he has played
guitar since age 10. He is a sopho-
more at SoUthfield High School and
hopes to make a career in music.
Before moving to Detroit, he at-
tended the Hebrew Academy in
Cleveland. He has his own band
and plays organ in another.
For information, contact Cong.
Bnai David, 356-8210.
Shaarey Zedek Youth Symphony
to Present Concert at Windsor Center
and in 1963, the Detroit High
School Honors String Orchestra.
Stasson founded Shaarey Zedek
Youth Orchestra 10 years ago.
Miss Kowalsky, Stasson'S wife,
is a piano teacher and has appear-
ed in many concerts and recitals
throughout the Midwest and Can-
ada. Appearing professionally since
she was 14, she has ben soloist
with the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra and numerous community
The Shaarey Zedek Youth Sym-
phony is the only regularly sched-
uled youth orchestra in association
with a synagogue. This year marks
its 10th anniversary season, and
for the first time the orchestra will
School of Music and University tour cities in Michigan and Can-
The Shiarey Zedek Youth Sym-
phony of Detroit will present a
Jewish Music Month Concert at the
Windsor Jewish Community Cen-
ter 8 p.m. Sunday.
Conductor Jerome Stasson also
will appear as violin soloist with
Betty Kowalsky, pianist.
The program will include both
modern Israeli compositions and
Stamm is former concertmaster
and soloist of the Center Sym-
phony and concertmaster of the
Wayne State University Sym-
phony Orchestra. He holds both
bachelors and masters degrees
in music from Wayne State Uni-
versity and has attended 'milliard
As fine arts department head off
Martin Luther King High School,
he helped organize the Detroit
High School Honors Symphony,
Talented players from age M-
U are auditioned each seams,
and only the most gifted and
interested are accepted.
In 1964, the orchestra appeared
in a Passover television special
for the American Broadcasting Co.,
and in 1966 was featured in an Is-
raeli Independence Day celebra-
tion at the' Jewish Center. The
orchestra his performed in more
than 50 festival and holiday pro-
gressman William S. Broomfield
(R-Royal Oak) to compete for 1971
appointments to service academies.
Edward has been nominated to the
military academy-at West Point.
Study Program on Israel
to Involve NY Students
An "Ami" award — award of
merit of Israel—will be given to
American youngsters participating
in a course of individual reading
and study on Israel to be known
as Yediat Haaretz, knowledge of
The pilot program is available
to students in about 25 Jewish
schools in the New York area. The
youthful participants who pass the
examination on Israel will be
awarded gold, silver or bronze
pins, depending upon the degree
of proficiency they display on the
subject of Israel.
Bnai Moshe USY
to Hold Carnival
Bnal Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth is holding its annual
winter carnival 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Sunday in the synagogue social
hall. Games and refreshments will
be featured. There is no admission
charge. The public is welcome.
BBG Art Show, Sale --
Planned in Oak Park
Moriah Chapter of Bnai Brith
Girls will hold an art show and
sale, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday in- the
Coolidge Mall, Oak Park. Admis-
sion is free and refreshments will
be served. Local artists are in-
vited to show their work.
Economy is the act.. of making
the most of life.. The love of ea:m-
any is the root of 'all- virtue.—
George Bernard Shaw.
groups serving Huntington Woods-
Oak Park, as well as groups in
Southfield, Detroit, Livonia and
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Michael Klein of Everett Ave.,
Southfield has been appointed
adviser to Levi AZA and Michael
Katkowsky of Scotia Ave., Oak
Park, as adviser to Gen. Maurice
Rose AZA. Each BBYO group
operates with the guidance of an
adult volunteer. There are several
openings for AZA advisers. For in-
formation, call Arnold Weiner,
assistant director, 354-6100.
and his ORCHESTRA
"Music of its Best
for Your Guests"
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