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June 04, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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Young Israel Teens Cited by NCSY

32—Friday, June 4,

They Made
The Grade

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Winners of Writing; Contest
Announced at Jewish Center

BRIAN KAY and brother s
JEREMY and ADAM BRONER,
students at Cass Technical High
School, recently represented Michi-
gan at a symposium for young
scientists, sponsored by the Na-
tional Aeronautics and Space Ad-
ministration (NASA) and the Na-
tional Science Teachers Associa-
tion, at the Lewis Research Cen-
ter in Cleveland. The three stu-
dents have been cited for their
research work and awarded col-

Young Israel Teens from Young Israel congregations of Oak-
Woods and Greenfield were recipients of the "Chapter of the Year"
Award for the Central East Region of the National Council of
Synagogue Youth. The presentation was made in Cleveland at the
convention of the region, comprising some 30 chapters in five states.
Shown are (from left) Marcy Storchan, newly elected regional offi 7
cer; Marc Plonskier, regional president who made the presentation
to Dennis Eisenberg, Young Israel-Teen president and "NCSY'er of
the Year"; and Judy Gordon, newly elected regional officer from
Young Israel Teens.

1971

Linda Breiner and Sheila Mo-
nast are first-prize winners in the
Teme Skully Writing Contest for
youth, sponsored by the Jewish
Center. Linda's prize was in the
poetry division, and Sheila's in
essay.
Honorable mention was awarded
to Marc Boone Fitzerman, poetry;
Neil Gross, essay; Alan Herbach,
short story; and Sharon Rose, He-
brew entry.
Linda, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Sander J. Breiner of Franklin Rd.,
Birmingham, is an 11th grader at
Bloomfield Lahser High School.
Sheila, daughter of the Benjamin
Monasts of Fairfax Ave., South
field, is in the 8th grade at Led-
erle Junior High School. Their
prizes carry an award of $100
each.

Yout
ews

Judges of the contest were Hen-
Rabbi
rietta Epstein, poetry;
Sheila, daughter of the Benjamin
Gerald Teller, essays; Eliav Ne-
staff, short stories.

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A pioneer special education Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss of UN
program launched last year with LaBelle Blvd., joined his aunt,
the help of Judy S. Lane, has Mrs. Norman Cohen, a member of
given the chance of a Jewish Downtown Chapter, Bnai Brith, to
education to children with learn- take a $150 first-place prize in the
ing disabilities, emotional prob- Bnai Brith Doubles Tournament at
WEDDINGS — BANQUETS
lems and mental retardation. In Plum Hollow Lanes. They bowled
the coming school year, the spe- 1,326.
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cial education program will be
LONNY STEVEN ZIMMER-
COMPLETE CATERING SERVICE
expanded, and Bar Mitzva train- MAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
ing will commence.
J. Zimmerman of Gardner Ave.,
Graduation exercises will take Oak Park, was graduated summa
10 MILE — LAHSER AREA
place 7:30 p.m. June 13 at the cum laude from the school of
Lubavitcher Center. Guest speaker architecture of the University of
will be Rabbi David M. Lieberman, Detroit. The first student at the
dean of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah college to receive such honors, he
Schools. Mrs. Lilian Greenwald, was awarded a gold medal and
school director, together with Mrs. certificate of merit from the Amer- WASULASULCULSLASUISLIMSULSULSUULLSULCUL 9
Sarah Sandles and Mrs. Ida War- ican Institute of Architects. In
We Make Our Own Glasses
gon, will present honor awards.
conjunction with this, he is the
Howard Treblin has been chosen recipient of a key and member-
HEADQUARTERS FOR
as valedictorian, and Elwin Green- ship in the National Blue Key
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
wald as salutorian. Teacher of the Honor Society, and Alpha Sigma
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
graduating class is George Weiss. Nu, the national Jesuit honor so-
Diplomas to the graduates will be ciety.
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
presented by Jacob N. Kranz, rabbi
ACCURATELY FILLED
of the congregation, and by Yosef Bnai Moshe to Picnic
P. Zucker of Miami.
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
Sunday in Oak Park
Graduating pupils are:
Cong. Bnai Moshe will hold a
Elwin Greenwald, Eugene Kraus, Ste-
,
ven Kretzmer, Robert Pilcowitz, Jay family picnic noon Sunday at Oak
Rimar, Joel Shebowich, Steven Siegel, Park Municipal Park, Church an d
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
Howard Treblin, Kenneth Wedes and
Northfield area.
Michael Warheit.
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MICH.
The program includes games,
We are oftener treacherous relays, prizes, hot dogs and drinks.
Hours: Doily and Saturday 9:30 .m. to 6 p.m.
through weakness than through Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landau are
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chairmen.
calculation. —La Rochefoucauld

Scholarship Fund Named in Memory

of Mishkan, Israel Boy; Graduation
Set

The Craig Solomone Memorial
Fund has been established at Mish-
kan Israel Religious School to pro-
vide funds for needy children who
wish to have a Jewish education
but are unable to pay tuition fees.
The fund is in
memory of a 10-
year-old pupil at
the school who
died of a fatal di-
sease two weeks
ago.
Mishkan Israel
School, directed
by Rabbi Yits-
chak M. Kagan,:;
is entering its
Craig
second decade —
offering a full, five-year Hebrew
school program. Subjects include
Hebrew reading and writing, Sidur,
Bible, laws and customs, holidays



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Dr. Velvl Greene
to Address Youth
- Scholarship Event

Dr. Velvl Greene, professor of
public health and professor of mi-
crobiology at the University of
Minnesota, will be guest speaker at
the Youth Scholarship Dinner
scheduled by Cong. Mishkan Israel
6:30 p.m. June 27 at the synagogue.
The dinner will honor Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Rubenfaer and will ben-
efit the scholarship fund of the
congregation.
Dr. Greene, a
graduate of the
University of
Minnesota, h a s
devoted most of
his professional
career to teach-
ing and research
in the field of en-
vironmental mi-
, crobiology. H e
Dr. Greene
devoted consider-
able effort to the bioscience effort
of the American space program
and did extensive work in the field
of atmospheric microbiology and
planetary quarantine.
In 1970, he spent four months
in the United Kingdom conduct-
ing a special research survey of
British infection control pro-
grams. He is a visiting biologist
for the American Institite of
Biological Sciences.
A leader in the Minneapolis Jew-
ish comaiunity, Dr. Greene is on
the board of the Minneapolis Torah
Academy and the Herzl Camp As-
sociation. He is on the College and
University Council of the Lubavitch
Youth Organization and in both
1969 and 1970, delivered the Luba-
vitch Foundation annual lecture in
'London.
For tickets to the dinner, call the
Mishkan Israel office, LI 8-2666.

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