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June 20, 1969 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-20

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28—Friday, June 20, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

They 31age The Grade

Bar Mitzva

Four 3100 scholarships. "Julius burg Memorial Outstanding Thes-
Arthur Rabinowitz, son of Mr.
Passerman's Lincoln Drugs Schol- pian Award. In the fall, Amy will and Mrs. Seymour Rabinowitz,
arships." were awarded to Mary attend Eastern Michigan Univer- 15935 Harden Cir., Southfield, will
Ellen Bender, a graduate of Our sity where she will major in speech observe his Bar Mitzva 9 a.m.
Lady of LaSalette: Janet Thurman. and drama. She had major roles in Thursday at Cong. Mishkan Israel.
graduate of Oak Park High School: ''Rebel Without A Cause" and
Lynn McCarthy, of Our Lady of "Kiss Me Kate," presented during
Fatima: and Roberta Rosner. of the school year.
Berkley High School. This is the
These four Mich-
14th year of the awards at the Fake Franklin Change
igan high school ,..
A diary, purported to be that of
high school level. and the 10th year
graduates were ":,,7
of the awards to the two Catholic Charles Pinckney, in which vicious
awarded $250 col-
anti-Semitic
statements are attri-
schools.
lege scholarships
• • •
buted to Benjamin Franklin. was
by the Depart-:', •
Wayne State University's speech exposed as a fake by historian
ment of Michigan `,
department announced the presen- Charles A. Beard in 1935. Frank-
Jewish War Vet-
tation of awards to several students lin had always been friendly to-
erans and its La-
from this area, among them Terry ward the Jews and was interested
dies Auxiliary
Ann Schwartz of Harding Ave.. Oak in Jewish culture.
during their an-
Park. for high over-all honor point
nual convention
average: Lawrence M. Lawson of
*
here recently. Re-
Marlow Ave., Oak Pars, for the
cipients of the de-
high average in mass communica-
partment awards •
Birmingham
tions: Michael I. Rolnick of Plum-
1‘ •
are Jeanette
ttl WEST
brook Ave.. Southfield, the Clara
se
Boukn ig h t (sec-
MAPLE RD.
B.
Stoddard
Award
for
his
con-
s /Pi
and from left), a
Ml -1 410
tributions
to
speech
correction:

4.
graduate of Mac-
, heqr
F. l .
and Mrs. Barbara Bean of Rock *BIG
BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
.1
kenzie High
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Creek Dr., the E. Ray Skinner
D...;,/
ll
School, and Mich-
:UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730!
Award cor Interpretation.
isuis
4.1%
elle Philips of
• • •

Oak Park Hi g h
ELLIOTT BERRY, a student at
School. Ronald Kopelman (left), a graduate of Henry Ford High, was the University of Michigan, and
honored by Sholom Auxiliary, and Alvin Weiner, graduate of Ann Arbor DAVID S. HAMBURGER, a stu-
High School, got the Bloch-Rose Post award. Scholarship chairmen for dent at Eastern Michigan Univer-
the Michigan JWV were Mrs. John Nemon, past national president, and sity, are among the 39 collegians
Saul Glosser, past post commander of Bloch-Rose. Awards are made who flew to Europe and Israel this
to children of veterans regardless of ethnic origin or creed.
week on an eight-week study mis-
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sion sponsored by the United Jew
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE—DRAPERIES
ish Appeal. The annual University
Study Mission will include stops in
INTERIOR DECORATING
Switzerland. Germany, A us t r i a.
Romania and France, as well as
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15345 W. 7 MILE
more than four weeks in Israel.
• • •
RONALD GENE ZACK, son of
Children of leading Jewish families in your community attend
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zack of Hen-
drie Blvd., Huntington Woods, was
named to Phi Beta Kappa and Psi
Chi honorary society in psychiatry.
upon graduation from Wayne State

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Daniel Trotsky, Director
Zack plans to go into medicine.
• • •
HIGH and COLLEGE
AMY BETH MASON. daughter
PREPARATORY SCHOOL
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Mason,
former Detroiters of Monroe, was
• American-Jewish cultural home hfe.
• Only 45 minutes from New York City.
Bnai David High School has instituted an annual Israel scholar- named "Outstanding Thespian" of
her troop at Monroe High School
ship of $500, to be awarded to each of two graduates, who have
ENROLL NOW FOR FALL
for the year 1968-69. She also was
proved outstanding in scholastics, attitude, interest, and participation
Graduates at all leading universities
the recipient of the Richard Lem-
in school and synagogue activities. At the consecration and gradua-
tion program, the scholarships were presented to Howard Sherizen
(center) and Barbara Young. Due to personal reasons, Barbara was
unable to accept the scholarship, so the alternate, Jay Novetsky,
received the award, and will leave with Howard for Israel this sum-
mer. With the three honorees are Meyer Berman (left), chairman of
the education committee; Rabbi Aaron Brander, educational director.
and Max Sosin (right), president of Bnai David.

Youth News

Four Veterans' Children Win Awards

sao w ill iNe

Hal Gordon

MUSIC

Bnai David Gives Israel Scholarships

The ROOSEVELT SCHOOL

nouncements

June 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
D. Croll (Sandye Starman), former
Detroiters of Los Angeles, a son,
Daniel Victor.


June 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
A. Rogers (Frances Blumenstein).
25301 Henley. Huntington Woods, a
son, Jason Mark.

June 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Tzanis (Fay Brody), former De-
troiters of Los Angeles, a daughter.
.Marla Kathy.
• •
June 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Singer (Rena Browarny). 14630
Borgman, Oak Park. a daughter,
Nlarci Alyse.

May 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Den-
nis P. Dickstein (Share Sachs),
27126 Pierce, Southfield, a son,
Loren Marc.

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May 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Leslie i
Edward Hubert (Barbara Ross),
24265 Shiawassee, a daughter. i
Michelle Claire.
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• * •
May 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip Shusterman (Phyllis Shapiro),'
former -Detroiters of Chamblee, '
Ga., a son, Michael Andrew.
• * *
May 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Barry
N. Simon (Lois Aidem), 22111
Harding, Oak Park, a son, Brad-
.
ley Mark.
1
• • •
i
May 19—To Dr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Wilensby (Gail Susan Roggin),
of Btslt.inorej•. a son Peter Benp- .1
- - "- ' •
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'Win .

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Banquet
Perfection

Choose from our beautifulk appointe4I banquet
menus. The food is exquisite. the service swift and
courteous. Best of all. we can tailor a banquet to fit any
budget. Please accept our invitation to come to B'nai
David Synagogue and inspect our facilities or. if You
prefer. a phone call to our Banquet Director will ar-
range eNerything.

AL ROSENBERG

Cong. B'nai David
24380 Southfield Road

358-1540

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