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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-23

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26—Friday, June 23, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Southfield
High
School
lobe Newsline

Ilebreir Courses at the Jewish Center

They Made the Grade

Habonim Labor Zionist
Youth has awarded the Harry Mon-
dry Memorial Scholarship for out-
standing work within the Habonim
youth Movement to KAREN OES-
TERLE. Karen is a student at Ber-
kely High School; she has worked
throughout the year for the many
community youth projects in which

The

The crisis in Israel has resulted versational Hebrew as it is spoken
in large numbers of high school in Israel will be taught, using
students contacting the Jewish audio-visual equipment. This will
Community Center to ask if they be interspersed with elective per-
can still enroll in the center's iods of swimming, gym, socials,
course in conversational Hebrew folk dancing, singing and drama-
tics. The program is for high
as it is spoken in Israel.
school studenk who have little or
Asher Tarmon, Director of the
By DOUGLAS ZUSMAN
no knowled o' the Hebrew lan-
Jewish Community Center's Heb-
During the past month, clubs Habonim has participated, the Han-
guage.
rew Department, says that regis-
Participants in the course will , have elected their officers for the uka torch light parade, the Yom
tration will be extended until
Atzmaut program, and the com-
be able to obtain high school credit
July 1 and additional classes
next school year. Officers for the
munity Israel Emergency Fund
if they successfully complete the
will be added to accommodate
Class
of
'68
are:
president,
Robert
Rally. She has worked on the Hon,
c ourse
increased enrollmen t
For further information call the Feder; vice president, Rita Wane- the Detroit Habonim newspaper,
The course will be conducted at
the Jewish Community Center July Center's Hebrew Department, DI ; rian; secretary, Judi Rapaport: and is a member of the Habonim
treasurer, Nancy Peters; board Dance Group. Karen will use the
5 through August 18. Modern, con- • 1-4200, ext. 254.
members, Sue Chips, Sue Merson, scholarship to attend the K. M. Bet
'
f
and Sharon Stimac.
program, a youth leadership train-
for the e Class of '69 ing course, this summer at Tavor,
Officers
or
fi
t Midwest Camp of the Habonim
are: president, Rob Wunderlich; the
vice president, Sandy Mansfield: Camping Association. Three other
treas- Habonim leaders, BENJAMIN
secretary, Vickie DuPriest -
urer, Nancy Lax; board members, SCHIFF, ARTHUR SLABOSKY,
and DAVID GOLDBERG, have
Joan Salinger, Tom Shaw, an d

the United . Hebrew High School to
attend the Hebrew speaking camp
program at Habonim Camp Tavor
in Three Rivers, Michigan. Arthur
will also participate in the K. M.
Bet leadership training program,
and Benjamin will attend the Na-
tional Leadership Camp Tel Ari of
Habonim in Hunter, New York.
FRANK ROSNER, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace R. Rosner of
Gardner, Oak Park, has been
awarded a scholarship to Summer
Youth Music at Michigan State
University. The scholarship was
awarded by the Berkley Band
Boosters. Frank, who is 14, plays
first French horn in both the
Norup Junior High School Band
and the orchestra.

JOCELYN

News

Brandeis Graduates Front Michigan

Brandeis University awarded
degrees to 378 seniors and 169
graduate students at its 16th com-
mencement exercises.
Sixty-four were doctor of phil-
osophy degrees, one was a doctor
of social work degree, 100 were
master of arts degrees and four
were master of fine arts degrees.
More than one-third of the class,
139 seniors, were graduated with
honors; 93 received their degrees
cum laude, 34 magna cum laude,
and 12 summa cum laude. Forty-
four graduating seniors arc mem-
bers of Phi Beta Kappa.
Of the 329 seniors responding
to a survey of future plans. 68.1
percent indicated they would con-
tinue their education at graduate
and professional schools.
The following are the graduates
from Michigan:
ANN ARBOR: Sheridan D. Blau
has been awarded a doctor of phil-
osophy degree in English and
American literature. In 1960 he re-
ceived a bachelor of arts degree
from Rutgers University and in
1964 a master of arts degree in
English and American literature

Beverly Shipko. been awarded scholarships from

The Student Congress also elec -1
from Brandeis University. With
his wife, Sarah. and two children, ed these officers for next fall: i Cong. Shaarey Zedek

he resides at 3436 Edgewood, Ann president. Bradley Schram; vice 'Pi
cks Youth
president, Karen Sharkey; treas- rcks
Arbor.

Oak Park High

Head-

lines

a se
i eens to natse
r
Funds for Israel at
Rally and Dance

have given me and especially to
The Jewish News for letting me
bring to you—the HEADLINES of
OAK PARK HIGH.

Director

GR 4-7638

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

D. Drachler. urer, Gary Kaplan; recording sec-
Larry Stern has been appointed
DETROIT: Judith
retary, Candy Uday; correspond- youth director of Cong. Shaarey
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman ing secretary, Ellyce Reuben.
Zedek.
Drachler of 18971 Littlefield.
Officers for Southfield High
has been awarded a bachelor of
Stern formerly served as youth
arts degree cum laude with honors School's Service Club, Interact, are: director of North Suburban Syna-
in sociology. She was a research president, Bradley Schram; vice gogue Beth El in Highland Park,
assistant on the Brandeis Health president, Darryl Glas; secretary, Ill., where he headed the largest
Project. Miss Drachler graduated Steve Reuben; treasurer, Robert Jewish Conservative youth pro-
Mumford High School magna cum Feder.
gram in the Midwest.

laude in 1963. She plans to attend I
The senior class poll results were
the University of California at
Santa Barbara continuing in soci- released at the senior party. It
ology on a National Institute of included: nicest person, Don Mc-
Lean and Ronna Katzman; classiest
Mental Health Fellowship.
dresser, Gene Esshaki and Nancy
HUNTINGTON WOODS: Shelden; super contributor, How-
, Michael Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Deitch and Kay Farison; super
Jack Ross. 25537 Scotia. has athlete, Ted Simmons and Jan
been awarded a bachelor of arts Fuller; super chatterbox, Tom
degree. Ile was a psychology Owen and Phyllis Glanz; super
major.
flirt, Sandra Feldman and Rick
MIDLAND: Avrom K. Surath, Hermann; super wit, Debbie Wein-
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Su- berg and Steve Field; class brain,
rath, 705 E. Sugnet, Midland, was Morris Podolsky and Barb Schlaff;
awarded a bachelor or arts degree and most likely to succeed, Sue
' cum laude with honors in history. Greenberg and Douglas Zusman.
Ile was a member of the Mental
Senior Sport Stars of 1967 were:
H ea lth Association and was re- Ted Simmons, football, basketball,
cently given the Lila R. Pearlman 1 baseball; Kim Hartman, cross coun-
Memorial Award in History. At try, track; Gary Sayers, cross coun-
Midland Senior High School he try; Rick Hermann, swimming -
was president of the National hon- Glenn Lenhoff, basketball; Dave
or Society, president of the senior Brackett, football.
class, and captain of the varsity
On June 5, Southfield High
tennis team. He plans to enter
' a doctor of philosophy program School had its senior honor assem-
, in medieval history at Brown Uni- bly. Students receiving a senior
versify. award in English (all A's 3 yrs.)
ROYAL OAK: Gayle M. Crosby, were: Andrea Goodman, Jon Kaner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darlene Merin, Mark Pensler, Mor-
8y RICHARD
R. Crosby, 703 S. Laurel, has ris Podolsky. and Barbara Schlaff.
VICTOR
been awarded a doctor of philos- Receiving a foreign language award:
ophy degree in biology by Brandeis Wendy Cutler, Barbara Gaber, Judi
As the final week's activities . University. In 1955 she received a Glick. Sue Greenberg, Cookie Far-
were climaxed by commencement , bachelor of arts degree from Al- ber, Donna Jeremias, rd:
and
Douglas
Jon
Kane r,
exercises, last Thursday, at Ma- ; bion College and in 1957 a master' Zusman. Science awas
Mur
sonic Temple, a feeling of joy i of science degree in zoology from Mark Pensler, orri Pensler,
1 ray Sheldon, and Douglas Zusman.
mixed with tears and emotion the University of Michigan.
Social studies: Sue Greenberg,
could be felt by every graduating
TRAVERSE CITY : Margaret Frank Salsburg Barbara Schlaff,

and Michael
Rajkovich, daughter of M
chael Weisz. Mathematics: Steve
senior from OPUS.
To name all of the excellent Mrs. Nick Rajkovich of 828 Wash-' Field, Charles Hantler. Jon Kaner.
things that this class has done for ington St., has been awarded a Howard Rubin, Dan Schnaar, and
ts ar
degree by Bran- ' Douglas Zusman. Citations were
OPUS since they first entered it bachelor Of
in 1964, would take much more deis University- She majored in , awarded to Susan Greenberg. Jon
than _this one column. , history. Kaner, Bruce Levine, Iry Milin.
This year also saw many new
Morris Podolsky, Howard Rubin,
-.-.1
Frank Salsburg for the na-
programs come into view.
R i
1111I
n t T
tional merit certificate of merit.
Leading the Senior Class in unity Fli
Leon Podell received a national
this year was President Marshall
merit commendation. Charles Hant-
Anstandig. Commenting on his
ler. Jon Kaner, and Howard Rubin
year as President, Marshall said
received
a Michigan mathematics
that, "It has been a real honor
competition certificate of merit.
serving as President of this year's
An Israel Emergency Fund Youth
graduating class. Due credit for
Scholarships were awarded to
all of our success should go to Joe Drive, including a rally and dance,
more than fifty-seven seniors. Re-
Wald, sophomore class president, will be held 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
ceiving
scholarships were: Carol
Bob Ruby, junior class president, Flint's Temple Beth El. All De-
Robert Essick, Barry
Bocnek,
and Mr. Bloomhoff our class spon- troit young people, from 7th Freedman, Myrna Gelman, Judi
sor, for all the fine work and through 12th grade, are invited. Glick, Andrea Goodman, Pam Gray-
leadership that they have pro-
Organized by the Flint Youth son, Sue - Greenberg, Ellen Grub-
vided."
Council, the rally and dance will nick, Robert Heitman, Howard
MEMO: From those opening raise funds for the Israel Emer- Kahn, Jon Kaner, Ronna Katzman,
days in September to these closing gency Fund. Dress will be casual,
Tova Klein, Jeff Komarow, Bruce

days in June, it has been my
honor and privilege to serve as
your correspondent from OPHS.
Many thanks to many people for
the help and cooperation that they

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and those who wish to stay
for the night will be able to make
housing arrangements at the dance.
For information, call the chair-
man of the drive, David Gotlib,
CE 3-4245; dance chairman Bar-
bara Rostoblatt, 767-4763; or the
Youth Council office, 238-3512.

Levine, Blanche Lynn, Sue Moiseev,
Andrea Monheit, Barry Nemon,
Morris Podolsky, Howard Rubin,
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Sue Shapiro, Terry Silver, Nancy
Spilker, Linda Sudlow, Neil Travis,
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