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June 02, 1967 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-02

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Youth News



They Made
the Grade

Friday, June 2, 1967-37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Consecration-Graduation Planned at Bnai David

A consecration service and Bnai
David High School graduation will
be held 10 a.m. Sunday in the
main sanctuary.

for consistent gen-
eral excellence at the Bnai David
Synagogue High Schoo I. Rabbi
Aaron Brander will participate in
the presentation of the honor
awards, and Mrs. Neil Kalef, presi-
dent of the Bnai David Sisterhood,
will present special engraved pray-
er books to the consecrants and
graduates.
Meyer Berman, chairman of the
education committee of Bnai David,
will present the graduation cer-
tificates to the class. Rabbi Donin
will present the main address, and
Harry Koltonow, president, will
greet the graduates on behalf of
tho congregation. Betty Freedman
will make the class presentation
to the synagogue school.

be presented

BARBARA FORTGANG, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fort-
Featured will be an original
gang, formerly of Detroit, now of
Van Nuys, Calif., has been award- cantata written by Rabbi Ilayim
ed a cash scholarship by the guid- Donin, "My House Is a House of
ance and control systems division Prayer." The musical arrangements
of Litton Industries. Barbara will and direction were provided by
be attending UCLA in October and Cantor Hyman J. Adler with the
Bnai David Sisterhood Choral
will major in mathematics.
Group participating in the pre-
• • •
sentation.
Three members of one family
The cantata is dedicated to the
are receiving their college degrees.
ALLAN KATZ will receive his 75th anniversary of Cong. Bnai
medicine from the Uni- David.
Participants in the recently conducted Mildred Simons Rosen- doctor of of
Michigan. His wife,
The valedictory addresses will
berg Memorial Youth Awards, sponsored by the League of Jewish versity
GWYNNE, just received her mas- be given by Moshe Adler and
Women's Organizations, are (from left) seated: Eileen K. Freed- ter of arts degree in special edu- Arlene Shapiro. Honor awards will
land; Roberta Ellias; Nancy Ellen Robins, honorable mention; Leah cation from the same university
Ellenberg; Blanche Carol Lynn; Susan Peggy Shapiro, winner of a NANCY KATZ, Allan's sister, will
silver menora; Deborah Ann Nathan; Barbara Schlaff, winner of a receive her bachelor of arts de- Graduation Installations
For Romantics Only
silver menora; standing: Mrs. Marvin B. Levy, president of the
gree in education from Eastern
League of Jewish Women's Organizations; Ben Schiff, honorable M i c hi gan University. The new Planned at Emanu-El
mention; Robert Michlin; Laniel Shevitz, winner of a silver kiddush graduates are the children. of Dr.
AND HER GYPSIES
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
cup; Clark Alan Feldman, honorable mention; Elaine Tanzman, and Mrs. Ben Katz of Muirland high school graduation and instal-
Authentic Gypsy Orchestra
honorable mention; Aaron Hersh Fox; Susan Schreiber, honorable Ave.
Strolling Violins, Floor Show,
lation service 8:15 p.m. today.
Concerts
mention; Robert Michlin; Daniel Shevitz, winner of a silver kiddush
Newly elected officers and board
cup, Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum of Temple Emanu-El, one of the youth
GR 4-7638
its
and
Young
Dancers
on
Road
members
of
the
temple
awards judges; John Unger Zussman, winner of a silver kiddush
The Jewish Center's Young service arms will be installed.
cup; Stuart Walter Zieger; Kalman Tillem, director of the Com-
Dancers' Guild will tour again with Among those to be installed are
munity Workshop for the Jewish Vocational Service, youth awards
its
very successful children's show Dr. Conrad Goode, president; Mrs.
judge; and Mrs. David Kliger, chairman of the awards.
' The Story of Levi Straus—The Goode, president of sisterhood;
Man Who Invented Blue Jeans," Bertram Kaatz, men's club presi-
Bible Contest Winners Win Trips to Israel
this time to Lansing Sunday to dent; Mr. and Mrs. David Lippitt,
Accelerated
perform for the young people in couples club presidents, and Bar-
NEW YORK—Two boys and one United Hebrew Schools, intermedi-
the High Street School recreation bara Stark, youth group president.
Rock & Roll Sounds
girl won trips to Israel this sum- ate Ilebrevv; Irving Mandelbaum,
mer as winners in the eighth an- Hillel, advanced Hebre w; and program.
Available for Parties,
The engagement was arranged
nual National Bible Contest spon- David Garlock, Temple Beth El,
Music the Stein-Way
through YDG President Cheri
sored by the department of educa- English.
Bar Mitzvahs, Socials, Etc.
Plavnick,
whose
brother
Steve
tion and culture of the Jewish
DICK STEIN
is director of Campus Com-
Agency for Israel. The 91 contest- Temple Beth El to Hold
Coll
munity Commission, a Michigan
& ORCHESTRA
ants in the finals May 21 at the
Service
for
Confirmands
State
University
student
volunteer
were
from
Jewish Agency Building
Temple Beth El's annual high organization that conducts recrea-
57 United States and Canadian
communities. They were the sur- school graduation exercises and tion and tutorial programs in the
consecration
services for confirm- Lansing schools.
of
two
earlier
elimination
vivors
The show as written and di-
rounds in which over 10,000 chit ands and their parents will be held
p.m.
June
9.
8:30
rected by Harriet Berg, Center
dren, between ages 13 and 16. com-
See Morris Watnick
A class of 57 boys and girls will dance coordinator. The cast in-
peted in the three divisions of the
competition, advanced Hebrew, in- receive their high school diplomas cludes Marcie Cutler, Linda Fink,
after their completion of 12 years Cindy Geffen, Ruth Gorka, Cynthia
termediate Hebrew and English.
Howard Koenig of Brooklyn, a of study in the religious school of Jennings, Mindy Tilchin and Beth
White. Abe Kunianski is an ac-
14 1/2-year-old student at the Joel the temple.
The annual confirmation services cordion-playing Levi Straus. Gail
AND GIFTS
Braverman H. S. Yeshiva of Flat-
FINE JEWELRY
bush, was the winner among the will take place 10 a.m. June 11. A Gotthelf is stage manager.
Tel. 644-7626
Open Thursday and Friday
283
Hamilton
class
of
118
boys
and
girls
will
be
26 finalists in the advanced Hebrew
p.m.
(Just East of Demer3's)
confirmed by Dr. Richard C. hertz Jewish Students to Attend
competition.
Jeremy Milgrom of Berkeley, and Rabbi Morton M. Kanter.



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Calif., a 14-year-old student at
the religious school of temple
Beth Israel of Berkeley, won
over 26 other competitors in the
intermediate Hebrew competi-
tion.

Bnai David Will Hol,i
Graduation Wednesday

The elementary school of Bnai
David Synagogue will graduate the
Laura Brown of Clev eland following students 8 p.m. Wednes-
in the main sanctuary.
Heights, a 14I-Z-year-old student at day
Bruce Aaron, Alan Bishop, Susan
the Community Temple Schools of Bistrow, Barry Bogrow, Stewart Bron-
Jeffrey Cohen, Robert Cohen,
Cleveland Heights. triumphed over stein,
Howard Davis, Sheldon Dolinka, Yona
37 other competitiors in the com- Drasnin Randy DuBoff, Clara Elinger
Allen
Epstein,
Cheryl Epstein, Jo
prehensive English competition.
Epstein, Keith Epstein, Marc Fagenso
The awards were trips to Israel Barbra Fink, Elizabeth Gamburd, L ri
Garrison. Franklin Cavern, M,rc
for the winners scholarships at Ann
Globerman, Danny Goldberg and
Jewish summer camps for the run- Richard Goldsmith.
Also Arnold Goodman, Judith Good-
ners-up and Israel Bonds for those man,
Bruce Gumenick, Alan - aoffman,
who achieved third place.
Allan Horwitz, Dennis Horwitz, Alan
Kanter,
Francine R. Kay, Nathan Ker-
The students representing Mich- ner, Bruce
Lampcov, Jeffrey Leonard,
igan in the finals were Mark Gold- Marshall Mendell, Steven Menken,
L. Meyers, David Migdalewlcz,
smith of Hillel Day School, ad- Debra
Barton Moorstein, Paul /dozen. Jerry
vanced Hebrew; Paul Weisswasser, Offen, Mark Orechkin. Nancy Pad,

,

Yeshiva U. Tora Seminar
to Be Held at U. of M.

Nearly 100 teen-agers from
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky,
and South Carolina will partici-
pate in a Teen-age Tora Leader-
ship Seminar in Ann Arbor, June
16-21.
The seminar, sponsored by the
youth bureau of Yeshiva Univer-
sity's community service division
offers basic instruction in Judaism
and leadership and group skills to
a select group of youngsters be-
tween ages 14 and 18 seeking to
better their understanding of Jew-
ish knowledge while acquiring
leadership skills. It will be held
on the University of Michigan
campus.

Bnai Israel to Graduate
Five from Sunday School

Cong. Bnai Israel of Pontiac will
hold its Sunday school gradugtion
exercises at services 8:30 p.m. to-
day. Those to be graduated are
Daniel Schlyfestone, Jerome Ja-
cobs, Ellen Wine, Jeffrey Rosner
and Rachel Merkovitz.

Michael Phillips and Robert Racklin.
Also Steven Bendel, Gerald Ross,
James Rossen, Robert Rotenberg, Wal-
ter Schram, Marla Seffinger, Eric
Shapiro, Jack Shenkman, Lynne Shul-
man, Howard Silver, Lori Singer, Ron-
ald Smaller, Beth A. Sosin, Marci
Steinway, Martin Stern, Kenneth Stoller,
Jeffrey Tamaroff, Paul Tenenbaum,
Richard Trohman, Carol Ann Trumper,
Sanford Wagenberg, Kathy Weinman,
Steve Wollach and Greg Zivov.

Hagana to Show Film
"The Cantor's Son"

"The Cantor's Son," a Yiddish
film with English subtitles will be
shown 9 p.m. Saturday in the small
chapel of Beth Aaron Synagogue.
The program is sponsored by Ha-
gana. There is a nominal charge.
The film depicts the struggles,
loves and disappointments of a
small-town youth who leaves to join
a troup of wandering players. For
information, contact Ruben Sher-
man, 342-5472.

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of the world gathering will be
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In making the announcement,
Gabriel Ende of Flushing, N.Y.,
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gathering which will have several
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The eight American delegates
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Atid, Masada of ZOA and Young
Israel.

Family, Friends Plan
Farewell for Youth
Going to Live in Israel

The parents and friends of Gdy
(Gershon- Koretz and Brian (Ba-
ruch) Fischhoff will hold a fare-
well gathering 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Jewish Center on the occasion
of their aliya to Kibutz Gal-On, Is-
rael.
The program to be presented
will include the Hashomer Hatzair
Shomria Choir and words from
Asher Tarmon, Assaf Orr, Joel
Altus and Michael Lebowitz.

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