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May 25, 1973 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-25

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Graduations, Consecrations Scheduled

The 32nd annual high
school graduation service of
Temple Israel will take place
8 p.m. today in the temple.
Many of the 50-member
class have completed 13
years of religious school edu-
cation at the temple, and all
have finished the prescribed
three-year high school pro-
gram. They have written and
will participate in the crea-
tive service, entitled "Awak-
en to the World."
In addition to their high
school diplomas, graduates
will receive as a gift a copy
of the new Sabbath manual,
just released by the Central
Conference of- American
Rabbis.
Individual awards for ex-
cellence in scholarship, at-
activities will be presented
to outstanding graduate s
t' 'gh the Brenda - K.
L anberg Memorial Fund.
Martha Stein Memorial
Awards will be presented to
undergraduates.
Five camper scholarships
at the Kutz Camp Institute
of the Union of American
He b r e w Congregations in
Warwick, N.Y., also will be
presented to undergraduates
through the Sherry Ellen Si-
mon Memorial Fund, the
Geraldine Robin Cole Memo-
rial Fund, the sisterhood and
brotherhood.
A highlight will be the

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PORTRAITS
CANDIDS

presentation of the John R. kin, Edward Norton, Terry No-
Suzanna Pollak, Judith
Herman Memorial Award of vetsky,
Sosin, Steven Tapper, Michael
the Eisendrath International Vine, Sheldon White, Ellen R.
Exchange scholarship to an Wolf and Suzanne Yagoda.
Elementary Division Grad-
incoming 12th grader. He or
uates
are:
she will spend six months
David Alexander, Barry Balbes,
living with a family and go- Gary Beren, Michael Berger,
Stuart Bloomberg, Sharon Blu-
ing to school in Israel.
menberg, Audrey Brawer, Joel
The graduating seniors are: Broder, David Fertel, Janet Fink,

Betty Amber, Daniel Barth, Stuart Finkelstein, Mark Flusty,
Lori Belin, Eric Brooks, Susan Steven Gitt, David Gittleman,
Brown, Marti Cowan, Alan Ellis, Kenneth Kagan, Jeffrey Kamen,
Nancy Epstel,n, Irma Essick, Steven Kendler, Mark Kohn, Al-
Susan Fishbein, Arlene Frank, len Leibowitz, Mark Leider,
Judy Fried, Steffen Fuller, Ann Bruce Levine and Robert Levine.
Gilman, Susan Gold, Roseanne
Also, Howard Markel, Andrew
Handler, Stephen Kalman, Hope Mellen, Jeffrey Metz, Wendi
Kellman, Vicki Kirsch and Gor- Mostyn, Leonard Norton, Sheryl
don Krainen.
Pollack, Lonnie Pukoff, Gary
Others are:
Ritten, Julie Rosen, Alan Ross,
Jonathan Landsman, Victoria Denise Rubin, Scott Russman,
Landsman, Sheryl Leibowitz, Eric David Schreiman, Michael Schuss-
Lipsitt, Elyse Madgy, Elizabeth ler, Eric Schwartz, Neil Schwartz
Perlman, Daniel Pernick, Sheryl Flori Seltzer, Steven Shifman,
Reiss, Lisa Rice, Michelle Rosen- Gregory Shulman, Karen Shul-
feld, Albert Rose, Use Rotten- man, Charles Silver, Louis Tep-
berg, Linda Rowe, Joan Schmier, per, Seth Wallack, Dale Wasser-
James Schultz, Allen Silver, Eric man, Mark Wasserman, Michael
Simons, Lynn Sipher, Lynn So- Waxman; Ira Weiner, Daniel
bolov, Martin Solomon, Robert Weinstein, Eric Wiener, Arthur
Strager, Joanne Traurig, Donna Wolf and Michael Wolf.
Trunsky, Richard Wayne, Donna
Weiner, Debra Weingart, Jona-
than Weitz, Susan Zaff, Michelle
Zatkin and Randee Zeitlin.

Graduation and Consecra-
tion exercises of Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel Religious School
will be held 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the synagogue.
The charge to the conse-
crants and graduates will be
given by Rabbi Israel I. Hal-
pern, and Director of Educa-
tion Harry L. Jubas. Jubas
will be assisted by religious
school board chairmen Mrs.
Arthur Smith and Sheldon
Fishman in the presentation
of diplomas.
Prayers and anthems will
be chanted by Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman, and Joyce Schon
will be featured in a solo.
The cantata "Israel — A
Dream Realized," written by
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, and
musical direction by Cantor
Israel Fuchs, will be pre-
sented. Participants in the
exercises are graduates Lisa
Handler, Rochelle Levin,
Donna Peck and Joseph Sil-
ver.
C
Cong. Bnai David's conse-
crants and high school grad-
uates will be honored at
exercises 10 a.m. June 3.
The elementary graduation
exercises will be held 1:15
p.m. June 10.
Consecrants and high
school graduates are:

Joyce A. Berlin, Caryn Blazof-
sky, Alyse Cash, Deborah Cogan,
Philip Dines, Laurie Edeiheit,
Sandra Forman, Sandra Hollan-
der, Robert Jaffe, Edward I. Le-
vin, Amy Ludwig, Rochelle Nitz-

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Cirt...ctions

outh
News

Student Wins
Forensic Prize

A Southfield High School
senior won first place in the
Michigan High School Foren-
sic Association's state wo-
men's oratory contest held
at the University of Michi-
gan.
Martha Jo Snider, 17-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Snider of George
Washington Ave., Southfield,
is the first Southfield High
student to have reached the
state level for three consecu-
tive years in the 12 years
coach Arthur Voisin has
been directing the school's
forensic program.
In the state contest, she
competed against 23 other
contestants, earning a tro-
phy and a gold pin. Her
speech, "Madison Avenue's
Marionettes," decried the
use of television advertising
aimed at children.
Martha was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa honorary soci-
ety, received a Regents
Alumni Scholarship from the
University of M i c h i g a n,
placed second in scholarship
in her class of more than
700 and was elected vice
president of the school's Na-
tional Honor Society.
She will graduate from
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's reli-
gious school in June and
plans to attend the honors
college at U. of M. in Sep-
tember.

People I
Make News

Young _Dancers Guild to Present
`Environmental Event' at Center

The Young Dancers Guild,
teen-age performing dance
company, will present an en-
vironmental event, "AuToCo
Land, a Danced History of
Detroit," 8 p.m. June 2 and
3 at the Jewish Center.
The event will begin with
simple warmup exercises in
which the audience is in-
vited to participate on the
grounds in front of the Cen-
ter. The audience will then
divide into small groups and

They Made
The Grade

LARRY BENTON, a stu-
dent at Southfield-Lathrup
High School, was elected
president of the Temple Is-
rael youth group. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
P. Benton of Pierce Ave.,
Southfield.

Jim Cantor Gets
Eagle Scout Award

The Difficult Task
Our task today is more
difficult than that of Moses;
Moses brought forth the chil-
dren of Israel from one land,
Egypt; we must bring them
forth from many lands of
Egypt.—Menahem Ussishkin.

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"Let Vs Entertain You"

Jim Cantor has become
the fourth Eagle scout in his
family.

The
Sheldon Rott
Orchestra

Following the pace set by
his father and two older
and
brothers, Jim, 14, son of Mr.
Vickie
Carroll
and Mrs. Bernard J. Cantor
of Forman Dr., Birmingham,
255-1540
543-7226
received the award at the
Court of Honor of Troop
1022.
Two years ago, he was
given the Eternal Light re-
ligious award at Cong.
Betty is back from Europe!
Shaarey Zedek, where he is
Come in and say hello!
active in the Junior Congre-
gation. He is a member of
the Order of the Arrow, the
national scouting honorary.
A ninth grader at Bloom-
field Hills Junior High, Jim
was in Israel last summer
E. , •
with the national Israeli
DENISE SPECIAL ONLY
Scouting Friendship Tour,
WASH
and SET
WASH
&
SET
and this summer he will at-
$4
With a FREE Rinse
tend the National Scouting
4" up
or Conditioner
Jamboree in Pennsylvania.
His father is assistant
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY
scoutmaster of Troop 1022
HIGH STYLE OPERATORS . . . NO WAITING
Phone
and active in the Jewish
Li
7-2552
24691
Coolidge
Committee on Scouting.
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Brevities I

Southfield
Senior
High
School will present its annual
variety show, this year en-
titled "MOVE OFF THE
ROAD, YOU'RE BLOCKING
THE BUFFALO" 8 p.m. to-
day at the school. The show
is sponsored by Southfield
High School's Thespian Troupe
1509. The group's sponsor is
Mrs. Virginia Borts, an act-
ing teacher at Southfield
High School. Tickets are
available at the school's box
office.

Zionist Congress, 1399.

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Godfrey Cambridge will
OTTO PREMINGER will
be the recipient of the first star in the role of the father
Film Arts Award of the five- in the hilarious comedy,
year-old American College "NORMAN, IS. THAT
in Jerusalem at a luncheon at YOU?" at the Vest Pocket
the Waldorf - Astoria, New Theater. The play will begin
York, June 24. The granting a week of preview perform-
of the award will mark the ances June 7 and will run
inauguration of a program for four weeks through Sun-
at the college in communica- day, July 8.
tion arts. WALTER EYTAN,
chairman of the board of Need for Seriousness
Israel Broadcasting Author-
In order for the world to
ity, director general of Kol consider the Jews seriously,
Israel and chairman of the the Jewish people must first
board of overseers of the consider
for seriously; in
college also will be honored. order for the Jewish people
DR. ALAN SIMPSON, presi- ultimately to achieve what
dent of Vassar College, will it aspires to, it must first
install MRS. KATHERINE announce its dernands.—Max
MICHEL as chairman of the Nordau, Address at the Fifth

hoard of governors.

follow the dancers through-
out the building for "person-
a l i z e d performances" of
dances, set to contemporary
poetry.
Everyone will then assem-
ble in Shiffman Hall for a
display of movement, music,
lights, projections and cos-
tumes.
Harriet Berg, Jewish Cen-
ter dance coordinator, will
direct the production, assist.
ed by Denise Szykula, Lori
Verier and Susan Kirschner.
Young Dancers Guild
members include Susan
Blum, Susan Cohen, Karen
Freedland, Shelly Halper,
Carolyn Keith, Susan Kirsch-
ner, Pam Knight, Fiona
Ma r co t t y, Pam Paolazzi,
Carolyn Rosenberg, Susan
Shlanger, and Irene Swerd-
low. Guest dancers are
Michael Burden, Christopher
Barron, Gregory Radtke and
Tim Sullivan.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call the Center, 341-
4200.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 2S, 1973-37

FRIDAY

12:25 p.m. — Periscope: Summer stock theatre is today's topic.

6:30 p.m. — Wolfman Jack: An up tempo rock show with
DJ Wolfman Jack. Presented by the U.S. Air Force.

TUESDAY

6:30 p.m. — Entertainment Plus: Esther Wein presents one of
the first musical comedies, "Showboat" starring Barbra Cook
and Steven Douglass. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.

WEDNESDAY

12:20 p.m. — A LA CARTE: Lindy Rich brings helpful household
hints for American housewives.

6:30 p.m. -- City Council Highlights: Howard Goldberg re-
views this week's Southfield City Council meetings.

TEIURSDAY

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6:30 p.m. — Hear Tonight: WSHi's Sports Director Alan Mus-
kovitz interviews Tiger sportscaster Ernie Harwell .

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