The Future American Jew
Not many of these children read Look Magazine — and if they did, they wouldn't believe it.
Look Magazine said the
American Jew was vanish-
ing, but most of these chil-
dren were too busy to read
the article. They were busy
being Americans — being
Jews — being good kids.
They•go to a private school
where the classes are small
and the attention is individ-
Hebrew Language and
Jewish subjects are part of
their daily curriculum
studied during school hours
when they are rested and
their attention span is long.
Their diligence in English
studies has given the Beth
Yehudah Schools more Phi
Beta Kappas than any other
school in Michigan. Beth
Yehudah is a school where
virtually all of its graduates
go on to higher studies. There
are NO high-school drop-outs
here. After school these chil-
dren play baseball, ride
bikes, help their parents, go
to the library, do their home-
work. They are full-time (not
late afternoon) Jews.
The children pictured be-
low are members of just the
graduating classes of the
Beth Yehudah Schools. Our's
is an expanding school. This
fall boys will attend the
brand new school on Fairfax
in Southfield. Girls' classes
are held in our beautiful
school on Seven Mile Road
near Schaefer Highway.
If you feel your child's
public school education, or
Jewish identification, leaves
something to be desired, why
don't you send your child to
Beth Yehudah, next term. To
register your child, nurse
through high school, call
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GRADUATES: Top; Allen Ishakis, Yerucham Kravitz, Larry
Horowitz, William Falik, Joseph Kuperman, David Baumer. Middle; Marvin Wein-
garden, Moses Ulrych, Sheldon Burg, Perry Gold, Michael Katz, Joel Loewenberg,
David Ribiat. Bottom; Clifford Hendler, Mark Gbldenberg, Thomas Kohn, Ruvane
Ribiat, Joey Weiss.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES: L to R. David Wayntraub, Samuel Cik, Thomas Hats.
kowitz, Manny Ellenberg, Sol Weingarten.
Top; Lilian Kreisman, Judith Deutsch, Shaya Tatelbaum, Eva Cik, Gayle Marilyn
Wolf, Chaya Bluma Kravetz, Leni Wiener, Judith Spitzer. Bottom; Esther Pearl Oppen,
Bernice Rachel Apt. Rachel Leah Klein, Reva Bakst, Judith Greenbaum, Evelyn Sue
Jerusalem, Malke F. Freedman.
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL GRADUATES: Top; Samuel Pollak, Henry Brystowski,
Larry Kar, Saul Grunfeld, Mark A. Greenfield. Bottom; Norbert N. Bakst, Jack Green-
span, Mitchell S. Herczeg.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GRADUATES: Top; Debbie Applebaum, Shaindi Spitzer,
Helen Mermelstein, Chana Isbee, Michal Tatelbaum, Marilyn Poss, Dena Gashalter.
Middle; Avra Elbinger, Gail Lebovic, Veronica Geran, Baila Goldberg, Elaine T. Yaffe,
Malke Flam, Reena Vickie Snow, Fay Cik. Bottom; Mayta Shifra Greenberg, Betty
Susan Gelber, Nechama A. Freedman, Libby Nechama Finkelstein, Esther Mittelman.
With the girls is teach. Mrs. Mary Ellison Jackson and Rabbi Samuel E. Cohen,
INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL GRADUATES: Top; Grace M. Rosenzweig, Miriam Spitzer,
Rachel Yocheved Silverstein, Pearl F. Fishman, Esther G. Kahana, Marlene Cic, Main
B. Wrotslaysky, Elizabeth Schonfeld, Anna Fay Litke. Middle; Kriendel Grubner, Toby
Ann Burg, Rachelle Mincer, Anna E. Sauerhaft, Shulamis Greenbaum, Darlene Marilyn
Hendler, Soshanna Baila White, Deborah L. Blumenkopf. Bottom; Hanna M. Ulry
Janice Esther 'Klein, Esther Finkelstein, Cynthia Mandelbaum, Deborah L. HI
Carol J. Duchan. Rabbi Samuel E. Cohen, asst. principal is in the top row, left.
REGISTER YOUR CHILD
Top Junior fund raisers for Israel meet
with Mr. Zalman Shragai, former mayor
of Jerusalem, Rabbi S. P. Wholgerlenter,
guiding spirit of Beth Yehuda's develop.
ment and Dov Shephatia, Israel's Coun-
sel's Office, Chicago. Saul Glogower, Joel
Gardner, Elchonon Friedman, (missing)
BETH YEHUDAH SCHOOLS
NURSERY —HIGH SCHOOL
6 Friday, August 20, 1965
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS