40—Friday, June 7, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
United Hebrew Schools Graduates 362
at Ford Auditorium Exercises Sunday
The United Hebrew Schools will
hold joint commencement exer-
cises for 362 graduates at Ford
Auditorium, 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Students will be graduated from
the Midrasha (College of Jewish
Studies), high school, Leadership
Teacher Training Institute and ele-
tin Levinson, Benjamin Schiff,
Barbara Silberschein, Gloria Wolk
(Israel); Norman Beitner, Daniel
Cutler, Ilene Grossman, Monte
Schloss, Lawrence Sklar and Ar-
thur Elabosky (Hebrew-speaking
c a mps ).
Paula Gantz is the recipient of
the Esther Berman Graduate
Superintendent Albert Elazar will Award for one year of study in
address the graduates, families Israel.
and friends; outgoing UHS Presi-
The community is invited.
dent George M. Zeltzer and incom-
ing President Jack Shenkman will
extend greetings; and Daniel
Schreier, a graduate of the Adas
Shalom-Southfield Branch, will re-
cite the opening prayer.
Theme of the exercises Is "Jeru-
salem—the Eternal City." T h e
Nominations for the second an-
following students will speak brief- nual Jewish Community Council
ly on the general theme: Deborah Youth Organization Award are now
It..leisner, Miriam Friedman, Robert being received, according to Israel
Garber, Jill Shapiro, Mark Belin- Elpern and Mrs. Isadore Leeman,
sky. Joanne Grubner (representing co-chairmen of- the Community
branches of the elementary de- Council's youth committee, which
selects the award recipient.
High School graduate Rochelle
Inaugurated last year, the Youth
Rotblatt will discuss "American Award is presented to a Jewish
Jewry's Contribution to the State youth group in the community
of Israel," and Rena Dorfman, which has made a significant con-
Midrasha graduate, will speak on tribution in the areas of social ac-
'`The State of Israel as a Cultural tion and community service. The
1967 award went to Michigan State
The graduates will present a Temple Youth. This year's award
cantata, "Yerushalayim Hash- will be presented at the Council's
delegate assembly in October.
lema," composed by Morris Nobel,
principal of the Bnai Moshe-Oak
Purpose of the award is to call
Park Branch, and directed by attention to the many groups en-
USH music director, Ayala Kling- gaged in meaningful and construc-
man. Vocalist Joyce Horowitz tive activities, but which received
will sing and accompany herself.
little recognition for their efforts.
Individuals, organizations a n d
The program also will feature
the high school dance group, youth groups interested in submit-
Daniel Cutler, Louise Goldstein, ting nominations or offering sug-
Ilene Grossman, Martin Levin- gestions to the youth committee
son, Arthur Slabosky, David should do so before July 1. The
name of the youth group, plus in-
Wartel and Elaine Zaks.
Education Committee Chairman ties, should about the group's activi-
be sent to the Youth
Dr. Maxwell B. Bardenstein will
Committee, Jewish Community
be assisted by Dr. Benjamin L.
Yapko, Dr. Naphtali Wiesner. Louis Council, 163 Madison, Detroit 48226.
LaMed, Rabbis Milton Arm, James
Gordo n, Benjamin Gorrelick, Five Beth El Students
Moses Lehrman, A. Irving Schnip- to Study, Travel in Israel
per and Jacob E. Segal.
This summer, Temple Beth El
Scholarship awards will be pre- is sending five of its high school
sented to deserving students who graduates to Israel for study and
will spend the summer studying in travel, made possible by the Sid-
Israel or will attend Hebrew- ney R. Solomon Israel Scholar-
ship Award, Benard L. Maas Israel
The scholarships are made pos- Scholarship Award and the Ben-
sible through the efforts of the jamin Alpert Memorial Israel
Woman's Auxiliary of the UHS. Scholarship Award.
Mrs. George Gantz, auxiliary presi-
The students are Susan Cohen,
dent, will present the scholarships Judith Garlock, Jonathon Gold-
to Linda Beitner, Carol Boocker, man, Marc Pearl and Robert
Leila Gantz, Joyce Horowitz, Mar- Lowenstein.
Local Youth Group
to Be Selected for
Linda Beitner Wins Summer in Israel
family has estab-
lished a Harry
Mondry Me m o-
fund for a grad-
uate of the
berg School who
also has com-
pleted the re-
quired course of
study of the
sists of a sum-
mer in Israel for
the most out-
Linda Beitner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Beitner, the first
recipient of this award, accepts the check from Mrs. Harry Mon-
dry, as Mrs. Leah Shrodeck, principal, looks on.
Two 15-Year-Olds Tie for 1st Place in National Bible Quiz
NEW YORK — Two 15-year-old
boys who attend the same Jewish
school tied for first place in the
National Bible Contest interme-
diate division with a perfect score
of 100 per cent each.
Both Jeremy Cohen, a student of
the Horace Mann School in River-
dale, N.Y., and David Matt of Me-
tuchen (New Jersey) High School,
are enrolled in Prozdor, a special
afternoon high school program in
Jewish studies conducted by The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
The two students have been
awarded free trips to Israel. They
were among 10,000 young people
• The Grade
Scholastic honors have been con-
ferred on Oak Park High School
graduates Elizabeth Ashin (Class
of 1967), cited for high academic
achievement at Wheaton College,
Norton, Mass.; Helene Goldstein
(1966) a n d Rochelle Goldstein
(1967), who were placed on the
all-A honor roll at Michigan State
University. Students from OPHS
who will be freshmen at Eastern
colleges this fall include Marc Ful-
ler and Robert Rozenberg, Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology:
Joyce Bihary, Wellesley College;
Dale Kutnick, Yale University;
David Weiner, Cornell University;
Lynne Reed and David Pollack,
Columbia University; and Dennis
Burk, Rochester Institute of Tech-
* * *
Among 16 Wayne State Univer-
sity coeds initiated into the Gold
Key chapter of Mortar Board Na-
tional Honor Society were: SUE
COHEN, 20251 Roseland, South-
field; ELAYNE LIPSON, 18307
Ilene; and MARILYN SITRON,
29143 Ramblewood, Farmington.
Mortar Board, the only national
honor society for senior women,
is an association of collegiate
women selected for distinguished
ability and achievement in schol-
arship, leadership and service.
* * *
CHARLES ALAN HAMBURGER,
son of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Ham-
burger of S. Pemberton Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, was honored by
the National Foundation, March of
Dimes, for his "most meritorious
paper on the subject of birth de-
fects." Charles, 22, a junior medi-
cal student at the University of
Michigan, received the m e r i t
award and a check for $250 at a
recent dinner. Topic of his paper
was "Ego Development in Blind
Children of Normal Parents."
LEORA KLAYMER, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Klaymer, 12971
W Nine Mile, Oak Park, after
completing her studies at the Uni-
versity of Chicago and the Art
Institute of Chicago, was named
on the dean's list and is receiving
her master's degree with high
honors in textile designing and
weaving. Leora received a $1,500
prize at the graduate students
contest at the Art Institute of
Chicago. She is an alumna of
Cass Technical High School.
MARION WEIS, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Weis, 19927 Trinity,
a senior at Henry Ford High
School, has been awarded a schol-
arship from the Board of Gover-
nors, Wayne State University.
Marion, who has received honors
in Russian and is a member of
junior Phi Beta Kappa and the
National Honor Society, plans to
major in languages at Wayne State.
SYLVIA KAUFMAN, author of
"Out of the Slums," reviewed in
last week's Jewish News, is 22
years old, not 24, as it was in-
correctly indicated in the paper.
1111111:111!fili ; ALTY CO .
from every part of the U.S. and
Canada who took part in this
contest which is sponsored by the
Jewish Agency's department of
education and culture in associa-
tion with the World Jewish Bible
Society. Both Jeremy and David
are the sons of seminary grad-
The 91 contestants in the finals
were from 53 United States and
Canadian communities. Including
five Canadians, they were the win-
ners of earlier elimination rounds
in which over 10,000 children com-
Philip Lerner of New York City,
a 16-year-old student at the Ye-
shivaUniversity High School for
Boys, Manhattan, was the winner
among the 29 finalists in the ad-
vanced Hebrew competition.
Michael Poliakoff of Merchant-
vine, N.J., a 15-year-old student
at the Beth Jacob School of Mer-
chantville, triumphed over 37 other
competitors in the comprehensive
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