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June 09, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-09

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32—Friday, June 9, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miller's First Graduation

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Four boys and six girls will be graduated from Ilillel Day
School at the first commencement exercises 8 p.m. June 22 in the
Jewish Center auditorium. The ninth graders are (from left) seat-
ed: Susan F'reier, Ruthellen Kass, Elissa Baum, Hassidah Bigman,
Bonnie Bonin and Miriam Berry; standing: Ralph Greenberg, Irving
Mandelbaum, Mark Goldsmith and Jonathan Licht. Parents and
friends will be welcomed by Abe Kasle, president of the school, and
community greetings will be extended by civic and religious lead-
ers. The program will include musical selections presented by the
School choir. A reception honoring the graduates will be tendered
by the graduates' parents following the graduation ceremonies.

United Hebrew Schools to Graduate 322

The United Hebrew Schools will
hold joint commencement exercises
for 322 graduates at Ford Audi-
torium 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Students
will be graduated from the ele-
1 mentary department, high school
and Leadership-Teacher-Training
Institute.
Superintendent Albert Elazar
will address the graduates, their
families, and friends; and George
M. Zeltzer, president of the UHS,
will extend greetings. George Sil-
verman, a graduate of the Cohn
Branch, will recite the opening
prayer.
Theme of this year's exercises

News
Youth
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A Letter to LBJ- Please Help Israel

Jane Snell. daughter of Mr. and Israel for me to visit. With the
Mrs. John Snell of hart Ave., Oak war in Vietnam, I know you
Park, a sixth grader at Tyndale mustn't have much time. But
School, was so moved by the please try to help Israel for the
plight of Israel, that she sat down sake of the Jewish people in the
and wrote a letter to President U.S.A.
Sincerely,
Johnson:
JANE SNELL

Dear Mr. Johnson:
I am only a kid in the sixth
grade, but I understand the situa-
tion in Israel as many Jewish kids
do. Being a Jew, I hope to see
Israel some day, but if this fric-
tion between Syria, Egypt and
Israel keeps up, there will be no

They Made
the Grade

New Bnai Brith Group
Plans Membership Tea

A new young women's Bnai
Brith chapter organizing in the
Detroit area will hold a member-
ship tea 7:30 p.m. June 2 in the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization
office.
Membership is open to all young
women 18-26. For information, con-
tact Elaine Sadoff, regional mem-
bership chairman of Bnai Brith
Young Adults in Detroit, BR 3-5377,
or 835-1077 after 5:30 p.m.

The High School Dance Group will
perform several dances based on
the theme of building and fortify-
ing the land in ancient Israel.

The dance group includes Cecile
Aisner, Eddie Betel, Aaron Fox,
Ilene Grossman, Jerry Kohen, Su-
san Newman, Lynne Reed and Dan
Shevitz. The dances are also under
the direction of Mrs. Klingman.

bard, Ilene Grossman, Kenneth
Jacobs, Barry Kadashaw, Gary
Krasman, Beverly Kriechman, Joan
Kripke, Ned Kripke, Daniel Mar-
wil, Sandra Pelton, Howard Sheri-
zen, Benjamin Schiff, Jack Simko-
vitz, Arthur Slabosky, Howard
Torf, Milton Wohl and Karen
Zuckerstei n, Hebrew-speaking
camps.

These scholarships are made pos-
Education committee chairman sible through the efforts of the
Dr. Maxwell Bardenstein will be Woman's Auxiliary and the gener-
assisted by members of his com- osity of families that have made
mittee in presenting diplomas to the following continuing grants:
the graduates. Scholarships also Max Friedman Scholarship Fund;
will be awarded to students for David W. Simons Camp Scholar-
is "The Contribution of Ameri- summer study in Israel or at Heb- ship Award; Fannie Smith Camp
rew-speaking
camps.
Scholarship; Maurice Zackheim
can Jewry to the Rebirth of a
Scholarship Fund; and the fund in
Jewish State." Students who will
Mrs.
Isadore
Goren,
president
of
memory of Lena Kaufman and her
speak as representatives of their
the
Woman's
Auxiliary,
will
pre-
parents, Bessie and Wolf Kauf-
branches on various aspects of
the main subject are Mark sent the awards to Leah Ellen- man.
berg,
Leila
Gantz,
Paula
Gantz,
Krauss, Steven Goldschmidt, How-
ard Meyers, Ronald Ansandig, Marilyn Glaser, Barbara Goldin,
For Romantics Only
Michael Levy and Barbara Ralph Goren, Shirley Martin, Su-
Schmittel. High school graduate san Newman, Deborah Pollack,
Ilene Grossman will discuss the Lynne Reed, Mark Schneider,
AND HER GYPSIES
Israeli writer Shmuel Y. Agnon, Helen Shiffman, Barbara Silber-
Authentic Gypsy Orchestra
winner of the 1967 Nobel Prize schein, Steven Sinkoff and Minda
Werner, Israel scholarships; Ste-
Strolling Violins, Floor Show,
in Literature.
Concerts
The graduates will present a ven Auster, Dahlia Betel, Ralph
GR 4-7638
cantata, "Hazon V'Hitgashmut" Cohen, Elaine Colton, Paul Dra-
(The Vision and Its Realization), zen, David Goldberg, Alan Gros-
compiled by Israel Elpern. princi
pal of the Esther Berman Branch,
and directed by Mrs. Ayala Kling-
man, music director of the UHS.
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On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
HIGHLIGHTS
Special

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK
and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: A discussion of the
commitment and response of the
Detroit Jewish community to the
crisis in Israel. Dr. Samuel Krohn,
president of the Jewish Community
Council; Hyman Safran, president
of the Jewish Welfare Federation;
and Rabbi Jacob E. Segal of Adas
Shalom Synagogue, will participate.
• • •

JAMES ALAN STROM, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Strom of Po-
lemic Dr., Southfield, was named Center Dancers to Do
a winner of the Detur scholastic
award of Harvard College. Strom Church Performance
ETERNAL LIGHT
is in his sophomore year at the
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Festival Dancers of the Jew-
college as a history and science
Station: WWJ.
major. The Detur prize, a book ish Center will present its dance
Feature: "The Jews of Silence"
interpretation of Leonard Bern-
award, honors students who have
by
Elie Wiese], adapted for radio
stein's "Chichester Psalms," at
made all A's or seven A's and one Christ Church Cranbrook during by Harold Flender.
• • •
B in class work. Previous winners the morning communion service
included henry David Thoreau, 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
James Russell Lowell. Robert
Time:
8
a.m.
Sunday.
The dance. "Make a Joyful
Frost, Walter Lippman and Justice Noise Unto the Lord," created by
Station WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Levi A. Olan of
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
choreographer Harriet Berg, is
• • •
performed by 11 women and six Dallas will speak on "Civil Rights
ALAN KEITH BENENSON, son children. This is the first time it and Civil Disobedience."
• • •
of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Benen- is being performed in a church.
IN CONTACT
son of Morton Ave., Oak Park,
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
was initiated into Gamma Chapter Beth El Graduation,
Station: WJR.
of Phi Beta Kappa at a Wayne
Feature: Hal Youngblood ex-
State University dinner. He was Confirmation Services
one of seven juniors to receive this
Temple Beth El's annual high plores the problems of juvenile
school graduation exercises and crime with legal, psychiatric and
honor.
• • •
consecration service for confirm- therapeutic professionals whose
SUSAN RITTER, 13, daughter ands and their parents will be held job it is to rehabilitate young law
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ritter, 8:30 p.m. today. A class of 57 boys breakers.
• * •
14550 Vernon, Oak Park, has been and girls will receive their high
HEAR OUR VOICE
awarded a scholarship to the All- school diplomas, the completion of
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
State Piano Session at the Na- 12 years of study in the religious
Station: WCAR.
tional Music Camp, Interlochen, school of the temple.
Feature: "The Art of the Can-
The annual confirmation service
this summer. The scholarship was
tor,"
featuring the voice of the
will
take
place
10
a.m.
Sunday.
A
presented to Susan by the Berkley
Band Boosters. Susan, who plays class of 118 boys and girls will be late Cantor Moshe Koussevitzky.
Cantor
Harold Orbach will com-
flute in the Norup Junior High confirmed by Dr. Hertz and Rabbi
ment
School Band, is a piano student Kanter.
• * •
of Mischa Kottler.
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Two authors and two educators
• • •
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Bachelor of arts degrees from were among the recipients of
Station: WKNR.
Yeshiva University's Stern College honorary degrees from the Jewish
Feature: Rabbi Kagan will speak
will be awarded to SHARON BETH Theological Seminary of America,
DUCHAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. which held its annual commence- on "Peace and Unity—The Tora
View." Jewish songs by Zvi, Izzy
Milton Duchan of Northlawn Ave., ment in New York Sunday. Among
and TOBY ETTA ENGEL, daugh- those awarded honorary degrees and Chavez*. Youth inquirers dis-
cuss "Jewish Summer Camping
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Engel were HARRY SACKLER, author
of Addison Ave.. Southfield. Miss and dramatist; ELIE WIESEL, —an Analysis."
,
novelist
and
journalist
and
author
Duchan was senior class vice pres- 1
The 'Agron' Dictionary
ident and news editor of the col- of "The Jews of Silence": Dr.
The first Hebrew dictionary ever
lege paper. Miss Engel was chair- JOHN BENNETT, president of the known to have been compiled was
Union
Theological
Seminary;
man of the college forums. vice
the "Agron" of Saadia Gaon, who
president of the dorm and was on Dean HARRY W. JONES of the' lived in the 10th Century of the
the newspaper staff and on the Law School of Columbia Univer-1 Common Era-
ci t y
Tora Activities committee.

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