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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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Akiva School Seniors to Spend
12th Grade of Studies in Israel

Members of Akiva Hebrew Day School's first senior
class will leave Aug. 15 to spend their 12th grade in Israel.
With Rabbi Joseph Shuchatowitz, principal, standing at
rear, are, from left, seated: Jonathan Freier, Sheldon
Klein, Gary Torgow, Danny Schnipper, Jonathan Simon and
Barbara Eskin; and standing: Michael Greenbaum, Benny
Micznik, David Bonin, Karen Polk, Judith Mermelstein,
Lynn Dombey, Sarina Flatt and Solomon Pesis.

*

*

Akiva Hebrew Day School,
working with the Torah de-
partment of the Jewish Agen-
cy, will send its first senior
class to Israel for the first
full-year 12th grade study
program.
The Aug. 15 departure will
mark the culmination of a
year of planning, involving
parents, students, Akiva fac-
ulty, Jewish Agency and Is-
raeli yeshiva educators. The
class will return home next
May for final exams and
graduation.
Rabbi Joseph L. Shuchato-
witz, Akiva principal since
July, said this new educa-
tional venture "was conceived
as the most effective way of
deepening our children's com-
mitment to the Torah, the
land and the people of Israel.
The intensity of environment,

A rth, s

May 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Letinsky (Donna
Weiss), 23880 Oneida, Oak
Park, a daughter, Mara
Robyn.
• • •
May 8—To Dr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Blaze (Ronna Rob-
inson), former Detroiters of
Hollywood, Fla., a daughter,
Michelle Beth.

1

* * *

To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Layne (Susan Goldberg), for-
mer Detroiters of Rochester,
N.Y., a son, Darren Scott.

REV. SIDNEY

living the dream and the mir-
acle of the state of Israel,
not only will expand their
horizons in terms of Torah
knowledge, but also will equip
our boys and girls with the
strength, the zeal and the
knowhow to be champions of
Israel on the American col-
lege campus."
Following a special ulpan
and tour, the class will -join
the regular scholastic pro-
gram of two schools in the
Haifa region which are part
of the Bnai Akiva yeshiva
system.
The girls will attend Segu-
la-Ulpana l'Banot in Kyriat
Motzkin, a suburb of Haifa,
and the boys will attend Tik-
vat Yaakov, in the Jezreel
Valley moshav of Sde Yaa-
kov.
In addition to their Torah
and general courses, the Aki-
va seniors will have special
classes in 12th year English
literature, civics and elec-
tives in math and physics, to
fulfill graduation require-
ments of Akiva and the state
of Michigan. They will be
given special tours and an in-
tensive study of the history
and geography of Israel.
The selection of schools and
program was launched by
Rabbi Shuchatowitz during a
February visit to Israel. He
visited many schools, accom-
panied by Rabbi James I.
Gordon, chairman of Akiva's
education committee, who is
on sabbatical in Israel and
is helping coordinate arrange-
ments.

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Young Actors
Plan Program

The Young Actor's Guild of
the Jewish Center will pre-
sent Part I of "S'poon River
Anthology" 7 p.m. Sunday at
the Center.
This young performing
group is comprised of stu-
dents in classes led by Irene
Malin. drama coordinator at
the Center.
Taking part in the pro-
gram are Cher Sussman,
Ilene Moskowitz. Beth Fei-
ger, Marcia Jaffe Susan
Markman. Ellen Rosen,
Franklin Sterns. She
Stern. Philip Silverman and
Michael Stern.
In addition to singing
voices. several of the cast
members will be playing gui-
tar, oboe and flute during the
performance.
The program is open to the
community without charge.
For information. call the cen-
ter. 341-4200, ext. 237.

Akiva

Action Line

By CHERYL BALBAN
As in the past, the Akiva
Student Council has done its
utmost in fund raising, which
is used to enrich the school's
audio visual program. Its
latest event was an Akiva
Roller Skating Night Tues-
day at the Ambassador Rol-
ler Rink.
Akiva students participated
in the Independence Day
Parade, in honor of the 25th
anniversary of the state of
Israel on Lag b'Omer (May
20). Students from grades 4-
11 marched in the parade
carrying the posters that
they created and singing the
songs that they had learned
especially fOr the parade. At
the end of the march, the
participants arrived at Oak
Park Municipal Park for a
special program. The parade
and program proved to be an
interesting experience.
In observance of Yom Ha'-
Atzmaut (Independence Day),
the entire third grade attend-
ed the Israel Trade Fair at
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter. There were jewelery ex-
hibits, glass blowing, and
crafts from Israel. Everyone
found it most enjoyable.
In honor of entering the
Akiva High School, the 8th
and 9th grades are planning
a class trip to Toronto. They
plan to stay for three days
and then leave for Cleveland
for Shabat, where they will
participate in the Central
East Regional Convention of
the National Conference of
Synagogue Youth of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America.
Akiva encourages all of its
students to take part in all
local and national Orthodox
youth groups, including
Young Israel Teens, Bnai
Akiva and others.

LETTER BOX

Hebrew Students
Missed Parade

Editor, The Jewish News:
On Sunday, May 20, 1973 a
beautiful thing happened in
Oak Park. It was the setting
of a parade honoring Israel's
25th anniversary. It was a
wonderful experience for the
children and parents attend-
ing. But unfortunately, not all
children could attend. Appar-
ently, the majority of He-
brew and Sunday schools did
not find this an important-
enough occasion to dismiss
school for the day.
Learning does not only take
place in a classroom. It could
have taken place in the park,
seeing the parade, hearing
the speeches and seeing the
Jewish state and people being
so honored.
I'm very glad one of my
children marched and the
other, being too young, could
watch.
When will these children
have an occasion again to see
our people so honored —
another 25 years?
Sincerely,
MRS. STEWART
SILVERMAN

Graduations to Mark Shavuot Festival

More graduations and con-
firmations will take place
next week, on and before the
holiday of Shavuot, when
learning traditionally is em-
phasized.
Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its confirmation
service 10 a.m. Sunday, when
the class will present a can-
tata, "A People Reborn," by
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal. Cantor
Sholom Kalib will be musical
accompanist.
This year's 10th grade con-
firmands are Linda Elaine
Abramson, Rhonda Jo
Bomze, Wendy Jill Cantor,
Susan Joyce Chajes, Jill Risa
Cherney, Ellen Beth Kollen-
berg, Helayne Lynn Kraft,
Rabin Moss, Sally Ann Rosen-
bloom, Dena Joanne Rosen-
zweig, Marla Sue Schechter
and Cindy Ann Stanman.
Members of the eighth and
ninth pre-confirmation classes
will participate in the choral
sections of the cantata.
The community is invited.
For free tickets, call the syn-
agogue office, 851-5100.
* 5 *
Bnai Moshe Religious
School's consecration-gradua-
tion services will take place
10:30 a.m. Sunday.
In the graduation class are
Gale Klar, Donna Lopatin,
Elayne Niss and Tobye Ship-
per.
Members of the consecra-
tion class are Cheryl Balan,
Brenda Band, Lauren Boyer,
Nancy Davidson, Lynn Eidel-
man, Ellen Ellis, Debra Fink-
elstein, Karen Frazis, Debra
Gilbert, Lorie Girsh, Cheryl
Greenfield, Karen Gruskin,
Suzanne Horwitz, Ruth Inden-
baum, Jody Jacobs, Susan
M e h 1 e r, Rochelle Milstein,
Judy Pasternak, Laura Pol-
lak, Debbie Robins, Risa
Sears, Michelle Shafir, Lisa
Shepard, Ellen Stern, Miriam
Tendler, Michele Tennen-
house, Carole Weisz, Nancy
Welber and Janet Wolf.
* *
Temple Beth Jacob of Pon-
tiac will hold graduation ex-
ercises a n d confirmation

They Made
The Grade

MICHAEL MATTIS of
Scarsdale, N.Y., celebrated
his Bar Mitzva at the Hebrew
University in a way which
he hopes may set an exam-
ple for other Bar Mitzva
boys: he channelled all his
monetary gifts into a schol-
arship fund for Hebrew Uni-
versity students. He is the
son of Belgian-born Prof.
Daniel Mattis, physicist at
the Belfer Graduate School
of Science of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and currently visiting,
professor at the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
* * *
AMIR BAN, a 17-year-old
Tel Aviv high school student,
was awarded first prize in
the annual Weizmann Insti-
tute-Bank Hapoalim Mathe-
matics Olympiad in a cere-
mony Wednesday on the
campus of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science in Rehovot.
This is the second time
Amir, a math enthusiast
since age 3, has entered the
Olympiad. Last year he re-
ceived a special mention. He
intends to use the IL8,000
($2,000) first prize to finance
his studies at the Techninn,
Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy.

Israel Minister of Agricul-
ture HAIM GVATI, who re-
cently visited the Ivory Coast,
scored a cultural "first." He
spoke in Hebrew on Ivory
The true measure of man
Coast radio about Israel's
readiness to help that African is his contribution to the
world.
state in its farm problems.

services 8 p.m. Tuesday con- Herman, Garry Kepes, Alissa
ducted by Rabbi H. Philip Pianin, Norine R a c k 1 i n,
Susan S c h a k n e, Marilyn
Berkowitz.
Arthur W. Kollin, president Schultz, Sylvia Sedman, Saul
of Beth Jacob, and Henry Sharfman, Judith Weiss,
Winkelman, chairman of the Marla Young and Deborah
religious school, announce Zemmol.
* * *
Adam Kollin and Harriet
Temple Beth El confirma-
Weinner will graduate from
the temple high school de- ton exercises will be held 10
a.m. Sunday. Rabbi Richard
partment.
The following will be con- C. Hertz and Rabbi Morton
M. Kanter will confirm a
firmed:
Martin S. Adelman, Cyn- class of 74.
thia Ann Applebaum, Corinne
Susan Asher, Lisa Michele
Case. Randi Decker, Dan
Fisher, Robert P. Kaplan,
Paul Karmann, Scott Klein,
Cindy Kliman, Ruth A. Kol-
lin, Dianne Margolis, Michael
W. Schott, Kevin B. Stein,
SUMMER
Susan Weiss, and Jay L. Wel-
THINGS
ford.

* * *

for a

Beth Shalom Religious
School has scheduled serv-
ices for Shavuot morning
Wednesday.
Senior high school gradu-
ates are Louis Elkus, Arlene
Friedman, Ivy Gold, Bruce
Herman, Bruce Iden, Michael
Kepes, Robin Schakne, Louis
White and Scott Zimmerman.
Junior high school grad-
uates are as follows:
Mark Abramowitz, Debby
Blumber g, Nancy Burk,
Todd Fitzerman, Nancy Gore-
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