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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Conference of Synagogue Youth
to Convene at Oak-Woods Center

"Can Judaism Survive in the
Seventies?" will be the theme of
the National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth, Central East Re-
gional Shabaton, today through
Sunday at Young Israel Center of
Oak-Woods.
Some 150 teens from Michigan,
western Pennsylvania and
Ontario, will converge on Oak
Park. Host group is the Young
Israel Teens.
Issues to be -discussed are:
"Being a Jew, Its Meaning and
Implications;" "Jewish Education

I.

Akiva
Action Line

By DAVID

SNOW

(David is 13 and In the 6th grade. One
of his favorite interests Is making model
cars.)

A few weeks ago, Mr. Weinberg,
our history teacher, assigned our
class a social - science research
project. The project would teach
iko how to gather data, find a
mean and a standard deviation
and how to analyze them.
Mr. Weinberg divided the class
into four groups. The first group
was supposed to collect data from
college graduates over 30; the
second was assigned to gather in-
formation from people ove$:30.. who
did not attend college; the' third
one researched college graduates.
under 30; and the last group was
assigned to research non - college
graduates under 30. -
Each group took 30 question.
naires to distribute' for collecting,
A f ter the questionnaires
were completed, we • submitted
them along with the mean, and
standard deviation to Mr. Wein-
berg, who then fed the data into
the Oakland - County intermediate
schools' computer. This was to
find out whether there was a sig-
nificant difference between the
findings of any of the four groups.
We are now in the process of•ana-
lyzing and proving or disproving
our original two hypotheses:
Hypothesis one—College grad-
uates know no more about the
U.S. government than non-col-
lete graduates.
Hypothesis two — People under
know no more about the U.S.
government than people over 30.
The students have found this
project very challenging and re-
warding. It also teaches us how to
analyze things objectively.

ao.

Dr. I. I. Rabi to Address
Student Symposium

Dr. Isidor I. Rabi, university
professor emeritus of physics at
Columbia University, will be
among the major speakers at the
seventh annual Southeastern Mich-
igan Junior Science and Humani-
ties Symposium today and Satur-
day at Wayne State University's
McGregor Memorial Conference
tenter.
The symposium was organized
and has been coordinated since its
inception by Louis Panush, prin-
cipal of Western High School.
Other major .rnieth in the pro-
gram will be 'played by, among
others, Dr.' Peter M. Goodman,
senior resident in surgery at Sinai

Local Pianist Wins
:It-State Competition

-

States competi-
tion sponsored by'
the Michigan Mu-
sic Teachers As-
and Jewish Survival"; "Anti- sociation and the
Semitism and Jewish Defense:" National Music
"Who Is the Disappearing Jew?" Teachers Asso-
"Jewish hi o r i t y in a Mod ciation.

'
Betty Kowalsky
World"; and "Israel and Jewish
Catherine
Stasson, Oak
Survival."
Park
concert
pianist
and
teacher,
Participating rabbis who will
lead discussions are: Aaron Bran- has been Catherine's teacher for
der. education director of Cong. the past 11 years. During that time
Bnai David; James I. Gordon, Catherine has taken numerous
Young Israel of Oak - Woods; awards and has won many piano
Moshe Kwalwasser, Cleveland; competitions.
Last month, Catherine received
Ben Zion Levin, Toledo; Ellis Sul-
word from the Eastman School
tanitk, Elyria, 0.; and Melvin
of Music in Rochester that she
Sachs, Windsor.
has been awarded an annual
Ivan H. Lerner, regional di-
scholarship of $1,800, renewable
rector for the Union of Orthodox
Congregations, is coordinator of for four years. A senior at Sea-
the
holm
High School, she
the program. He will be assisted
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
by Mark Plonskier, regional youth
Dyni.
president, and Dennis Eisenberg,
Catherine will now compete on
national vice president for Cen-
the national level with six other
tral East Region.
division winners from throughout
the United States. The competiti-
David Garlock Wins
tion will take place at the national
convention cf the Music Teachers
Math Competition
National . Association in Chicago
David C. Gar lock, 17, won March 22, at which time both
first prize of a $500 scholarship Catherine and Mrs_ Stasson will
and a gold medal in the Michigan be honored at a banquet.
Mathematics Prize Competition.
presented at the 14th annual
awards banquet at Michigan State
University last weekend.
David had a perfect score of 60
on the second half of the two-part
Some 125 Bnai Brith Girls, lead-
examination, his total score being
91 out of a possible 100. He is an ers of the Detroit BBG Council,
participated
in the mid-year eval-
all-A student at 'Southfield High
and a National 'Merit Finalist this uation program at Helen McIntyre
School,
Southfield,
Sunday.
year.
New programs, new songs and
At Southfield High, David is
new,
friendships
were
on the pro-
president of the National Honor
Society and the Math Club and gram, under the youth leadership
of
Lisa
Dorfman
of
Freeman
BBG
spends much of his time tutoring
her committee:
students in math. A pianist, he has and
Laura Meyers, Myerson BBG;. Nancy
won many blue ribbons at the Schuman, Ruach BBG; Nancy Llpshaw,
Michigan State Band and Orches- Sy-Teens, BBG; Vicki Balk, Sandra
Markle and Tobi Horowitz, Gan Data*
tra Association Solo and Ensemble BBG; Lisa Lin and Cherie Goldberg,
Festivals. He loves,sailing and is Dalyah BBC; Vicki Lafer and Linda
Zangwill BBG; Rachel
a Red Cross skipper and enjoys Rothenberg,
Pruchno, Morlah BEG; Laurel Schlesin-
ger. and Fran Dell, Szold BBG; Sherrill
playing tennis.
Kurland,
Allyah
BBG; Judy Walt and
David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michelle May, Savage
BBG; Judy Fliher
Joseph Garlock of Midway Rd., and Phyllis Novograd,_IsraelEttes BBG;
Ronnie
Kurtln,
Chavayros
BBG; and
Southfield.
Carol Lefkowitz, Rappoport BBG.
Among the silver medalists, who
Chapter
advisers
supervising
each received $200, were Cliff Can-
tor and Elliott Chandler, both of activities were Mrs. Hy Shebowich,
Andover High School, and Charles Pam Cherin, Mrs. Mel Rosen, Robi
Laker, Simon Wenner, Mrs. James
Welford of Groves.
Those who won $50 prizes in- Schmidt and Mrs. Maurice Miller,
with the coordination of Frances
cluded Joel Sobel of North Farm-
ington, Dirk Kabeenell of Cran- Rubin, . assistant director-
Q o
brook and Jeffrey Sachs of Oak
The Charles and Florence Milan
Park High.
BBYO Conference Center in Belle
River, Ont., is being readied for a
Teen-Run `Cafe' Hosted
spring reopening. The center, which
can
house 28 people, will be the
by Reform Synagogue
site of the Michigan BBYO Mini-
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (JTA) Conference series of 'six weekend
— Psychedelic lights blend with programs during the spring.
rock music -every other Saturday
o
night during the school year in' the
L'Chaim Bnai Brith Young Adults
auditorium of a Reform syna- meets the- first Tuesday of. every-
gogue here which has been host month at 8:30 p.m. at the BBYO
for more than two years'to a teen- building, 21711 W. 10 Mile, South-
age group project called "Bedpoit field. For information, call the
Cafe."
BBYO office, 354-6100.
The project, organized' under
.• o •
.
city sponsorship to keep young-,
The Detroit AZA Council Basket.
sters off the streets on such 'nights, ball League current standings are:
originally was housed in a facility
-DIVISION A—Ohr,
also serving as a storage facility losses; Rose; 2. wins,'"-1 lois;, Sporn, -
for beds. Hence the name. '
2 and 1; Salomon, 1 and-2..
Currently more than 300 teen-
DIVISION B—Einstein, 2- and 1;

BBYO
Business

agers come to Bedpost Cafe. Drugs Posed, 2 and 1; King, 0 and 3' Ind
are strictly banned. as is indicated Shalom, -0 and 3.
by a large sign at the entrance,
according to a report in; the of-
ficial publication of the National Snow _Queen '
Federation of Temple_
Brother-
at-
hoods, the men's club -af f iliate of to 'Omnibus
the Union of American,.Kebrew the jewilh, C4Iitir
'-••••

.
Hospital; Dr.. Bernice A. Kaplan, Congregations. -
Omnibiii:Childrenis Theater --at
associate professor of anthro-
the Jewish Center will present
pology at WSU; and Morton Ster- Beth Shalom Purim Party Hans Christian Andersen's "The
ling, director of -Abe air pollution
The youth groups of Cong. Beth Snow Queen" by. the -Philip Kathy
control division 'of the Wayne Shalom will hold a Purim Carni- Marionettes 2 - p.ni: Sunday in.the
val 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. Camel Aaren DeRoy Theater.: -
County Health Department. -
Papers be - presented by a and food are planned. Chairmen
"The Snow Queen," prOduted-by
number . of high . school students, are Andrea Gordon, Ricky Bloom, Philip lifolby and Pat Sutton, is a
including Brian-May-4nd Jeremy David Barg and Rick -Mendelson. Mon, ' of -adventure and, exekenient.
and „Adam Broiler; all students at The public is invited. All proceeds
- Tickets are on sale at the Jewish
go to youth activities..
-
Center, 341.4200, ext. 235. •
CallFTIOnie4J3Igb - School •




HILLEL
HAPPENINGS--

After winniug the Detroit area

and Michigan state, ‘ competitions,
Catherine Dyni, 18-year-old Birm-
ingham pianist, -
went on to win
the East Central

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By ELANA STROM
and GAIL SINGER
On Saturday, at 8:30 p.m. the
PTO of Hillel Day School will hold

its annual winter dance. The pro-
gram will include Israeli folk
dancing and American square
dancing. There will be a profes-
sional caller, Pat 'Schultheis, and
and Israeli dance expert, Jacob
Davidovich. There will be an Is-
raeli-style buffet and door prizes
galore.
Everybody is invited to Hines
first social event in our new school
building, at 32200 Middlebelt in
Farmington.
The ninth graders will be help.
ing to decorate the gym, sell
tickets, check coats and serve
food.
For information and tickets,
please contact one of the following
people: Edith Roth, 548-1692; Shir-
ley Heiman, 544-9367; Cecil Rosen,
353-7885; or a ninth grader. We'd
love to have you join us.

A coffee house, under the. aus-
pices of Habonim, will be held at
the Jewish Center main building
$ p.m. Saturday. All teens are in-
vited. For informatiOn, call Linda
Forst, ICE 5-0479.

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Bnai Moshe Junior Congrega-
tion will hold an oneg Shabat
luncheon after service Saturday
in the board room. The program
will include Israeli singing and
dancing. Mark Eichner is adviser.
o s *
The Bnai Moshe Youth Com-
mission will hold a family event
March 7—an outing to Cobo Hall,
to see the Detroit Pistons play
the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball
- team.
The group will leave Bnai Moshe
in chartered buses at 1 p.m.

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