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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, May 3, 1974

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J_JirtAs

April 25—To Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney H. Grossberg (Ingrid
Boodin), 25579 Southwood,
Southfield, a daughter, Emily
Beth.

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April 22—To Mr. and Mrs.
Neil El Mouchi (Judi Feuer-
man), 26525 Franklin Pte.,
Southfield, a daughter, Kim-
berly Allison.

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April 21—To Dr. and Mrs.
Stuart Simms (Verna Dot-
son), 26709 Farmbrook Villa,
Southfield, a daughter, April
Leigh.
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April 19—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Rachleff (Janette
Kamber), 15630 Pennsyl-
vania, Southfield, a son,
Lawrence Evan.
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April 17—To Mr. and Mrs
Bart Witters (Linda Lewis),
26348 Franklin Pointe Dr.,
Southfield, a d a u g h t e r,
Lauren Beth.

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April 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Columbus (Ilene West-
heimer), 21349 Concord,
Southfield, a son, Joel David.
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April 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Saywitz (Judy Ut-
ley), former Detroiters of
Flossmoor, Ill., a son, Robert
Steven.

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April .9—To Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Seltzer (Sandra Ut-
ley), 15668 Jeanette, South-
field, a daughter. Sheri Beth.
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March 22—To Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Lipson (Nadine
Small), 21850 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, a daughter, Jenni-
fer Robin.

Fear not, for I am with
you; be not dismayed, for I
am your God! I will strength-
en you, I will help you, I will
uphold you with my true
right hand. —Isaiah 41:10.

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Youth Events
at Bnai Moshe

Bnai Moshe Youth Groups,
grade 3 and up, will march
together 1:30 p.m. Sunday as
part of the Solidarity Day
Walkathon for Soviet Jewry.
A rally will follow at 3 p.m.
at the synagogue.
United Synagogue Youth,
grades 3 through 8, will meet
in the youth lounge at 1 p.m.
Junior congregation an-
nounces it will award special
pins to its members who
have been attending services
regularly.. The pins will be
awarded during May 25 Sab-
bath services. T h o se who
wish to check their eligibility
may contact Mark Eichner,
junior 'congregation leader,
during services.
Services are held for young
people, age 8-13, 10 a.m.
Saturdays in the board room.
On May 26, junior congre-
gation members will attend
a Detroit Tiger baseball
game. Members who have
earned pins will receive a
free ticket.
For information on youth
activities, call the synagogue,
548-9000.

Poetry Search On
Among Day Schools

NEW YORK — A month-
long search for creative tal-
ents among He b r e w day
school students is being
launched by Torah Umeso-
rah, the National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools, in some
460 day schools in 34 states.
Based on the three cate-
gories of primary (grades
1-3) intermediate (grades
4-6) and seniors (grades 7 -8),
the Torah Umesorah Hebrew
Day School project "Poetry
Search" also will publish an
anthology, "Hebrew D a y
School Children Write Po-
etry."
Each participating school
will receive- for its library
one complimentary copy of
the anthology. -
The Poetry Search project
is co-sponsored by the Amer-
ican Jewish Museum of Art
and Culture and will run
from May 1 to June 1. A
maximum of three entries
will be accepted from each
class, and a certificate will
be awarded to each poet-
student whose work is sub-
mitted to the Torah Umeso-
rah-Hebrew Day School "Po-
etry Search" judges.

Canadian Youth
Wins Bible Quiz

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A Cana-
dian boy, Chaim. Werner,
won the International Bible
Quiz for Jewish youth held
at the Jerusalem Theater.
Werner won 53 points of
the 59possible just half a
point ahead of two Israeli
runners up—Gilead Neuman
and Israel Peles.
Fourth and fifth places
were also taken by Israelis
—Adiel Levi and Ammos
Bitan. Participants from all
over the world competed in
the quiz.
Werner received a special-
ly decorated Bible and Bible
Concordance. The other win-
ners received special study
grants of IL 1,000. Werner
also received the study grant.

Work is nature's physician
and an essential to happi-
ness.

outh New

Center Young Dancers Guild
to Present 14th Annual. Concert

The Young Dancers Guild
of the Jewish Center will pre-
sent its 14th annual spring
concert 8:30 p.m. May 11 in
the Aaron DeRoy Audito-
rium. The group is directed
by Harriet Berg, assisted by
the Australian dancer, Car-
olyn Bishop.
This year's concert includes
ethnic and contemporary
dances performed by young
dancers who have been ap-
pearing throughout the •met-
ropolitan area this past year.
Miss Bishop has staged two
pieces based on biblical sub-
jects; "The Creators," a trio
using a variation on a theme
from Genesis with the dy-
namic percussion score by
Carlos Chavez, and "Jer-
icho," a group dance that
captures the rhythms as pro-
jected by folksinger Odetta.
A suite of Israeli dances
set by choreographers Moshe
Eskayo and Fred Berk will
open the concert.
Two works by guest chore-
ographers will be featured,
"Flight," by Warren Spears
and "Romanian Dances" by
Jacob Lascu in which the
Festival Dancers will join the
Young Dancers Guild.
The guild encourages stu-
dent choreographers, the re-
sults of which will be seen
in "Take 5" danced to the
Dave Brubeck jazz piece plus
a satire on the eternal prob-
lems of "The Fat Dancer,"
a collage of voices, music,
slides and diets. Two poetic
pieces have been created by
the guild's president, Irene
Swerdlow: "Sad Lisa" and

"The Ladybug." For the lat-
ter, Irene composed the song
as well as the dance.
The public is invited at a
nominal charge. Tickets are
now on sale at the Jewish
Center. For information, call
the educational services de-
partment, 341-4200, ext. 269,
or 545-8780.

National Merit
Award Winners Told

Lubavitcher Women
Meet in New York

The National Merit Scholar-
ship Corp. announced the
Michigan winners of its one-
time nonrenewable award of
$1,000.
Among the local winners
are Henry L. Frechtling of
Andover High School; Daniel
G. Stearns and Bruce N.
-Ktihlik, Groves High School;
Jeffrey A. Taras, Seaholm;
Sanford N. Pensler, Farm-
ington; and Richard L. Gold-
farb, Oak Park.

NEW YORK—Nshei Ubnos
Chabad, the Lubavitch Wom-
en's Organization, will hold
its 19th annual conven-
tion May 10-12 in the Crown
Heights section of Brooklyn,
where the Lubavitcher inter-
national headquarters is lo-
cated. Some 1,000 delegates
representing the organiza-
tion's regional br anches
throughout the United States
and abroad are expected to
attend.

Dentists Name Joseph Cabot

Dr. Joseph Cabot was and is affiliated with
named president-elect of the American Academy of Pe
more than 4,100-member ddntics, the International ail..
Michigan Dental Association American Colleges of Dentis-
at its annual four-day meet- try, Omicron Kappa Upsilon
honorary dental fraternity
ing here.
Dr. Cabot, MDA vice pres- and - the Pierre Fauchard
ident for the past year, has Academy.
been a member of the MDA
At the same meeting, Dr.
board of trustees since 1.967. H. Ward Fountain succeeded
He was graduated from the Dr. Max S. Hart as president.
University of Michigan's
school of dentistry, and has
It is not a simple matter
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1947.
He has held the presi- WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME?
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Dr. Cabot was the first
tume reflecting the richness Mott Fellow in Pedodontics
of Japanese culture. They
will appear 7:30 p.m. May
r b the 2)i3criminatiteg
19 in the Jewish Center
Young People's Theater. Eve-
ning four folklore plays about
Orcheitra
aid
ack
anacient Japan. The produc-
tion will take place in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater, tick-
ets are on sale. For informa- •
tion, contact the Center 341-
4200.

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Young Actors
to Bring Alive
Ancient Japan

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Israeli Music Revue, 'Only Fools
Are Sad,' to Be Staged at UHS

by the hasidim in 19th Cen-
tury Europe are depicted in
stories, songs and dances.
The production,. under the
direction of Dr. Sholom Ka-
lib, Benjamin Ben-Baruch
and Sunny Segal, will be re-
peated Sunday afternoon at
the Zimriya in the Jewish
Center.
The general community is
invited to another perform-
ance 7:30 p:m.• May 19 in
the LaMed Auditorium of the
UHS building. Admission is
by nominal donation, and
Nursery Day Camp
students will be admitted • at
half price. For advance sales,
at Mishkan Israel
Rabbi Dovid Segal, ad- call the UHS high school,
ministrator of the Mishkan 352-7117.
Israel Nursery in Oak Park,
announces the winter pro-
gram will be expanded into
a summer day camp for chil-
dren age 3-6.
The camp will be held
MARK GRINBLATT of
Monday through Thursday
from 1 to 4 p.m. Plans in- Oak Park, a Berkley High
clude trips and outings, swim- School senior and president
ming and playground acti- of the Junior Achievement
vity. The building is air-con- company Little Wayne Oak-
land Bank, was selected as
ditioned.
bank executive of the South-
For information, call the eastern Michigan Junior
nursery, 548-2666.
Achievement. He was runner-
up for the post of president.
Like hovering birds . . . So Elliott Ring, Clarenceville
will the Lord of hosts protect High School junior of Livonia,
Jerusalem, protecting and and member of JA company,
delivering, sparing and sav- Renaissance, was a runner-
ing. —Isaiah 31:5. up as purchasing manager.

In celebration of Israel In-
dependence Day, the high
school department of United
Hebrew Schools will present
the Israeli musical "Ish
Hasid Haya" (Only Fools
Are Sad), 10:30 a.m. Sunday
at the school.
The musical, which has
been performed all over the
world, will be done in the
original Hebrew with English
substitles.
In a series of sketches, the
joys and sorrows experienced

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