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May 24, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-24

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Blessed Be the Judge of Truth

Jinx 1"1- 1112

They Made The Grade

Local piano pupils from a Deborah Schreiber of South-
class taught by Zelda Keil field and Mindy Speiser,
received district and state Pearl Stein and Nathaniel
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honors in the National Piano Sperka of Oak Park won dis-
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Playing Auditions. Julie trict honors, while Susannah
Kumjian of Oak Park and Schreiber of Southfield won
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state honors with the highest
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marks.
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DEBBIE LEVINE, daugh-
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ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Levine of Northfield Blvd.,
ivon
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Carolyn Rosenberg, South- Oak Park, and a junior nurs-
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field-Lathrup High School ing major at Michigan State
junior, won the state champ- University, was tapped for
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ionship in women's oratory membership into Mortar
May 4 at the University of Board, the national senior
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Michigan with her speech college service organization.
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"C a n c e r of Corpulence," She is a graduate of Oak
which dealt with the health Park High School.
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hazards of obesity. The corn-
petition was sponsored by the
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Michigan High School Foren-
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sic Association and the De-
troit News.
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As a freshman, Carolyn
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Senior United Synagogue
won her school contest, and officers for the coming year:
the following year she was a Nancy Welber, president;
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member of the state champ- Steve Devries, Mark Thir-
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ionship debate team from her Jacobs, vice presidents; Judy
high school, and placed third
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Jacobs, vice presidents, Judy
in women's oratory.
Pasternak, treasurer; and
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To receive the top women's Nancy Black, secretary.
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oratory award in the state,
Junior Congregation will
Carolyn also participated in hold a special weekend for
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district and regional con- its members beginning 10
tests. Twenty-four contestants a.m. Saturday when pins will
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are chosen for the finals, be awarded to regular mem-
which are judged by speech bers at services. Members
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teachers from across the will be treated to a Detroit
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state.
Tigers baseball game Sun-
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Carolyn has participated in day.
school dramatic productions
USY groups, grades 3-8,
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and has been chosen to di- will have an outing to Willo-
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rect her own one-act play for way Day Camp June 9. The
public viewing • next year. final event of the year will
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She is a member of the be a family trip to Cedar
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Young Dancer's Guild of the Point June 16.
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Jewish Center, and was re-
The final meeting for Talit
cently inducted into the Na- and Tefilin Club will be held
tional Honor Society and the 8:30 p.m. June 9. Services
113 7: nnnK oltCl
International Thespian Soci- and breakfast will be held.
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ety.
Following will be a special
(Louis Panush saw the follow- "Mother dear, look after the
Her coach is Donald Ritz- father and son bowling tour-
ing poem in Kotlenu, the news-
children,
enhein, chairman of the nament and year-end trophy
letter of Yeshivat Hakotel in the
Old City, Jerusalem. He said he With G-d's help they will be Southfield-Lathrup speech de- presentation.
was so moved by this- mother's
a great comfort to you.
partment, who has coached
For information, contact
words he had to translate it so
that others may read and learn "And father min e , dear two state championship de- the synagogue office, 548-
from its deep faith after the
father,
bate teams from the school. 9000.
Yom Kippur War.)
His heart surely must be
I got up in the morning tear-
broken,
ful and crying,
Strengthen him, Mother, en-
courage and persuade him
I saw my son standing near
Temple Beth El will have
To thank G-d for all his its high school graduation men's club; Lee J. Marks,
me;
president of the men's club
benevolence.
He said to me softly and
and consecration 8:30 p.m. and chairman of the religious
Tell
him,
even
though
life
is
simply
today at the temple. Rabbi school committee; and Har-
full of suffering
"Mother, I came to bid you And new disappointments Richard C. Hertz will speak. vey Willens, president of
Rebekah Dorman will be the temple.
shalom.
come daily,
"I hurried so much that fate- One must thank then G-d for senior class speaker.
Confirmation exercises will
ful evening
Diplomas and awards will be held 10 a.m. Sunday at
the good and the bad
—Into my knapsack I packed and pray to Him to save us be presented to the grad- the temple. Rabbis Richard
from all evil.
uates by James J. Levbarg, C. Hertz and Joseph Gut-
food and socks —
There were so many things "Happy is the man who has education director; Stuart A. mann will confirm a class
faith in his heart..
Graff, past president of the of 69 students.
left unsaid,
I never had the time to tell He surely will find his way
The confirmands are:
in life."
them to you.
Ronna Applebaum, Stig Arons-
Hillel
Pupils
Hit
— Devorah B.
son, David Barnett, Glen Beh-
"There are words which are
rendt, David Broder, Daniel
not clear but secret,
Lebanon for Attack Bronson,
Carol Brown, Carolyn
Burnes, Margaret Burnes, Thomas
Miss
Michigan
Teen
One cannot argue with the
In a letter to the consulate Cohn, Joel Colman, Kenneth
Creator of the world,
Contest Now Open
general of Lebanon in De- Faber, Andrew Finn, Cindy Fren-
kel, Laurie Friedman, Laurie
But know, mother dear, that
Girls age 13-17 are invited troit, the seventh grade stu- Gallant,
Lawrence Gard, Richard
these tare the sons
to enter the Miss Michigan dents at Hillel Day School Gard Jr., Michael Garvin, Suz-
Who • by their death ordered Teen-Ager Contest which will condemned the "recent acts anne Giles, Linda Goldberg,
Joseph Goldstone, Gary Gottes-
life for our people.
hold its first preliminary of terror supervised and en- man, John Gottesman, Carol
"Be strong, mother, and July 1 at the Middle School couraged by your govern- Graff, Jody Greene, Diane Gross-
have courage!
ment" in reaction to the re- man,
Auditorium in Marshall.
Also Lisa Halpern, S a n d r a
Your very presence will
Final preliminaries will be cent massacre at Ma'alot.
Hamburger, Karen Holtzman,
strengthen the line.
held July 5 at Adrian Col-
Forty-two of the 7a and 7b Thomas Jacob, Andria Jacobson,
Many tasks are still left for lege and July 7 at the Alpena students signed the letter, John Jacobson, William Kahn,
Diane Klegman, Gary Kolin, Eve-
you to do —
Civic Center with the finals which also carried the signa- lyn Krammer, Kathryn Krick-
To educate the children. to Aug. 4 at Ferris State Col- tures of Rabbi Pesach Sobel stein, Dennis Kutzen, Nancy
Lewis, Rachel Lipson, Henry Mac-
mitzvot and deeds.
lege, Big Rapids. The state and teachers Paula Finkel- Williams,
Elizabeth Marx, Jenni-
"You do remember my path winner will compete in the stein and Hanan Weizman.
fer Myers, Elizabeth Nerlort n-
der, Linda Nosanchuk, Robert
in life,
15th annual Miss American
The letter read: "We feel
Maxwell Reicnstein, suz-
Even though so short a life Teen-Ager contest in New that the blood of the victims Prentis,
anne Roberts, Julie Rodecker,
it was,
James
Rose,
Paul Ross, Milton
York. To enter, write Miss fall upon your hands for not
When we were distressed, or Michigan Teen-Ager, Box controlling these wanton out- Rowin, Pamela Sachs,
Also, Steven Schlafer, Gary
misfortune struck,
649, Fowlerville, Mich. 48836. bursts. These outbursts of Scholnick, Mark Simmons, Ann
I found consolation. I
Simon,
Miriam Simon, Wendy L.
terror have continued for
Wendy S. Simon, Amy
brought comfort,
Safety laws are useless un- many years, but to involve' Simon,
Steinman, Jeremy Stern, Lauren
I accepted it all in good less motorists become safety- innocent children that is an Stern, Lori Stone, Dorothy Wald-
bott, Cara Wilner, Stanley Zim-
cheer.
minded.
outrage to our society."
merman, and Brice Zipser.

Teen Wins Top
Speech Prize

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USY Activities
at Bnai Moshe

Beth El Plans to Honor Students

SZ Youth Set
Annual Concert

Cong. S h a a r e y Zedek's
youth orchestra will present
its 13th annual concert 8 p.m.
June 4 at the synagogue.
The program, under the
direction of Jerome Stasson,
will feature solo performan-
ces of artist-students and
first chair players of the
orchestra. This organization
is composed of young peo-
ple age 11-18.
The concert will feature
violin concerti by Mendels-
sohn and Mozart, a trumpet
sonata ..by . Biber and ..the
Mozart clarinet concerto.
Violin soloists include Aaron
Landy, Keith Gutfreund and
Sivana Heller. Trumpet solo-
ist is Sande Davidson, and
the clarinet soloist is Randy
Lichtman.
Other orchestra works are
by Mussorgsky, Saint-Saens,
Brahms, Ovanin, Gold and
Scott Joplin.
For tickets, call Miriam
Leiman, at the synagogue,
357-5548.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42—Friday, May 24, 1974

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