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18—Friday, May 31, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Akiva Brownie Troop Gives Gifts
to Children's Hospital Patients

Synagogues List Graduates and Confirmands

Diplomas will be presented
to 49 young people in the 33rd
annual high school gradua-
tion class of Temple Israel
at 8 p.m. services today.
Most of the graduates have
been enrolled in the religious
school for 14 years, and all
have completed the prescrib-
ed three-year high school pro-
gram.
The students will partici-
pate in an original service
written by class members.
Graduates are:
Akiva Hebrew Day School Brownie Troop 930, for girls
Stuart Jay Arnold, Eleanor
age 7-8 and in the second and third grades, expanded its Lynne Baum, Lawrence J. Benton,
Mother's Day project into a sharing experience by donating Gary Michael Berman, Paula Bial-
Sherrill Faye Brown, Daniel
hand-made denim tote bags shaped like animals and flowers kin,
Buegeleisen, Robin Mist Camin-
to the patients at Children's Hospital. Pictured in the bottom ker, Kenneth Colton, Jeffrey Da-
Danto, David Joel Fine, Bry-
row, from left, are Annie Kruger, Miriam Kaner, Lillibeth vid
ant Marcus Frank, Lynn Marcia
Mandel, Devorah Wacks, Cindy Dach and Sarah Kominars. Freed, Shelley Debra Freedman,
Jill Freedman, Fredric
Shown in top row, from left, are Deena Schramm, Mrs. Les- Suzanne
Paul Goldberg, James Allen Gold-
lie Mandel, troop leader; Jennie Mandelbaum, Hannah en.
Others are: Bruce E. Goldfarb,
Michnik, Nehama Kupinsky, Pamela Chafetz and Barrie Carin
Beth Goldfarb, Brenda Beth
Wexler. Not pictured are Annette Treblow and Stephanie Goodman, Gary Michael Good-
znan, Lesley Joan Goldstein, De-.
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5 Teens Win Israel Scholarships

Rabbi Irwin Groner, presi-
dent of the Synagogue
Schools Association of Metro-
politan Detroit, announces
the winners of the first
Meyer and Nathan Fishman
Family Foundation Israel
Award Scholarships are the
following religious school
students:

Haas, Shaarey Zedek; Rich-
ard Isenberg, Temple Beth
El; and Nathan White, Beth
Shalom.
These high school students
each will receive a $1,030
award from the Meyer and
Nathan Fishman Family
Foundation to visit Israel this
summer with Jewish youth
groups of their choice.
Rhonda Baruch of Cong.
A special awards cere-
Shaarey Zedek; Sandra Gold- mony will be held at Shaarey
berg, Temple Israel; Heather Zedek June 16.

Akiva Sets First Commencement

Akiva Hebrew Day School
will graduate its first senior
class 8 p.m. June 17 in the
LaMed Auditorium of the
United Hebrew Schools.
The senior class spent its
entire school year in Israel
as participants in a special
program of Jewish and gen-
eral studies, developed in co-
operation with the depart-
ment of Torah education and
culture of the Jewish Agency.
The graduates are Lynn
Dombey, David Donin, Jona-
than Freier, Sarina Flatt,
Michael Greenbaum, Sheldon

Klein, Judy Mermelstein.
Solomon Pesis, Karen Polk.
Daniel Schnipper and Gary
Torgow.

YI Unit Wins

Youth Awards

Young Israel Teens re-
ceived several awards at the
National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth Convention held
in Columbus May 17-19.
Chapter of the Year award
went to Junior Young Israel
Teens, and the individual
NCSY'er of the Year award
went to Terri Leiderman,
H1LLEL
president of the Senior Teen
HAPPENINGS
Group of Young Israel.
Other winners were Shel-
By LESLIE GROSINGER don Mandelbaum for meri-
This past Sunday at Hillel torious leadership and Shel-
two fund - raising projects ley Stein, who won the
were held.
Dedication to Torah award.
The ninth grade showed Marla Schwartzberg was in-
the James Bond movie, "You ducted into the Ezra Light-
Only Live Twice," which man Honor Society for her
was a great success finan- overall work as a member
cially for the ninth grade as of Young Israel Teens during
well as a treat for all of the high school.
Newly elected officers for
movie-goers.
The eighth grade also had the senior group are: Presi-
a treat for the parents and dent, Sheldon Mandelbaum;
friends of Hillel. They held vice presidents, Stuart Singal
a rummage sale at the and Carol Greenwald; treas-
school where many curios urer, Howard Ginsburg; sec-
and hard - to - obtain items retaries, Julie Torgow, Noah
were sold. The week before Levi and Sharona Koenigs-
that the eighth grade players berg; counselor, Terri Lei-
presented "Shaw's Fair derman; and mascot, Milton
Lady."
Neuman.
The ninth grade will pre-
Hershel Gardin is youth
sent "Pinocchio" 2 and 7 director for the Metropolitan
p.m. June 9. The play, di- Council of Young Israel and
rected by Judy Fleisher, Hartley Harris is group
features Arthur Nusbaum as leader to Junior Teens and
Pinocchio.
the pre-teen groups.

Kalib, who accompanies the school graduates will be hon-
confirmands on the piano.
ored 9:30 a.m. June 9.
Confirmands are:

Shaarey Zedek will hold
Ilene Marie Benderoff, Amy •
Goldfaden, Patrice Gail Kahn, Val- its graduation ceremony for
prie Aynne Kraft, Tina -Marie
Lesse, Bonnie Ellen Levine, Me- senior, junior and elementary
lissa Joy Muskovitz, Sheryl -Ar- departments of the religious
lene Neuvirth, Suzanne Beth Neu-
virth, Marlene Wendy Platt, Pa- schools 8 p.m. Monday. A
tricia Beth Warren and Barbara reception in their honor will
Carol Weisman.
follow.
The community is invited.
Senior high school gradu-
ates are as follows:
Judith Barahal, Jill Baron, Deb-
Cong. Bnai Moshe Religious
ra Carroll, Miriam Coffman, How-
School consecration gradua- ard
Cooper, Larry Garon, Amy
tion ceremonies will be held Green, Heather Haas, Laurie Kar-
bal,
Brenda Keidan, Michael
10:30 a.m. Sunday.
Klein, Ilene Kolovsky, Robert
The theme of the 1974 Kurzmann, Carol Lefkowitz, Su-
san Levine, Lisa Levit, Alan Low-
class is "The Yom Kippur en, Barton Lowen, Cathy Lewis,
War," written by Rabbi Mo- Steven Mattler, Julie Nelson, Avi-
Panush, Naomi Regins, Pamela
ses Lehrman, with music by va
Raizman, Susan Randolph, Debo-
Cantor Louis Klein and Mrs. rah Rifkin, Michael Robbins, Har-
riett Robinson, Barbara Ross, Ja-
Edward Zellman.
cob Sandberg, Philip Shipko, Clau-
Sills, Alana Spiwak, Debra
The consecration class con- dia
Stasson, Linda Stein, Jonathan
sists of:
Steinberg, Jody Superstine and

Michelle Arsht, Leslie Band,
Bistrow, Nancy Black. Shel-
ley Bordelove, Nancy Climstein,
vise B. Graef, Fern Greenberg, Carrie Edwards, Karen Ernstein,
David M. Heligman, Mark Doug- L;sa Faust, Kimberly Frankel,
las Kalman, Stuart Karbal, Susan Suzanne Friedman, Lori Green-
Hope Lacoif, Eric A. Linden. Ju- sl:an, Loren Gunsberg, Jane Her-
dith Sandra Matenky, Richard man, Alisa Katzman, Lisa Klein,
Kolb Milin, • Andrea Beth Miller, Julie Kurtis, Beverly Leibowitz,
Joanne Lynn Movish.
Michelle Light, Ilene Malamud,
Also, Sharon Ruth Orbach, Ron- Susan Margolis, Marissa Miller,
na Marion Rosenthal, Melissa J. Shelly Mitteld or f, Adrienne
Ross, Renee Fay Ross, Kenneth :ioore, Vicki Nussbaum, Sandra
Shapiro, Robert Silberberg, Cathy Pellens, Helene Posar, Cindy
Silverman, Howard Irwin Simon, SeYe:fer, Schwartz, Lori
Alane Beth Simons, Donna Joyce Schwartz, Michele Siegal. Judith
Sparr, Paul Howard Stoloff, Sam- stein, Lisa Wolf and Jodi Wolf-
uel J. Stoorman, Kevin David son.
Wartell, Terri Weingarden, Allan
Graduates are:
N. Zatkin and Vicki Lynn Zuger.
Gail Abel, Linda 'Brenners,
Awarding of senior hon-
Demak. Jody Jacobs. Ruth
ors will be climaxed by the Newman, Marla Rosenblum, Mi-
chelle
Nancy Welber and
presentation of the Brenda Arlene Shafir,
Wohl.

K. Bloomberg Me m o r i a l
Awards. Recepients are: Rob-
in Caminker, James Golden,
Brenda Goodman, Eric Lin-
den, Howard Simon, Alane
Simons, Donna Sparr and Al-
lan Zatkin, scholarship; Paula
Bialkin, Fredric Goldberg,
Brenda Goodman and Eric
Linden, attendance; Law-
rence J. Benton, president's
plaque; David Fine, Bryant
Frank, Suzanne Freedman,
L'renda Goodman, Susan La-
coff, Eric Linden and Allan
Zatkin, officers' awards;
Kevin Wartell, leadership
award; and Shelley • Freed-
man, Carin Goldfarb and
Cathy Silverman, activities
awards.
Martha Stein book awards
for grade scholarship will go
to Carol Dawes, Martha War-
ren, Deborah Zold and Leon-
ard Zucker, 10th grade; Da-
vid Barth, Scott Farber, Na-
thaniel Pernick and Steven
Rowe, 11th grade; Lawrence
Benton, Bryant Frank, Bren-
da Goodman, Eric Linden
and Richard Milin, 12th.
• Camp scholarships f o r
summer programs at the
Kutz Camp Institute of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations at Warwick,
N.Y., will he presented to
Lori Sommers, winner of the
Sherry Ellen Simon Memorial
Award; and to Robert Fine
and Carolyn Wember, win-
ners of the Geraldine Robin
Cole Memorial Award.
Mark Lowenthal, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Lowen-
thal, will be presented with
the John R. Herman Memo-
rial Award of the EiSenclrath
International Exchange Schol-
arship for six months' study
in Israel.

Bnai David consecrants and
high school graduates will be
honored at 10 a.m. Sunday.
They are:

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Seminary Honors

Detroit Student

Stuart J. Snider, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Snider of
Irvine Ave., Oak Park, re-
ceived the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary's Paul Chertoff
Prize at commencement
May 19.
Established in 1941, the
prize is awarded annually to
an outstanding graduate stu-
Adat Shalom Synagogue dent in Talmud. Snider, a
will present its confirmation graduate of Cong. Shaarey
service 10 a.m. Sunday. Zedek's religious school and
The confirmation class will t United Hebrew Schools, is a
present the cantata, "Jerusa- senior in the combined pro-
lem the Golden", written by gram of the seminary's col-
Rabbi Sidney Greenberg and lege of Jewish studies and
directed by Cantor Sholom Columbia University.

Teens to Put On
Israeli-Style 'Hair'

Teen-age dramatics class
members of the Youth Com-
munity School of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will pre-
sent an Israeli style parody
of the Broadway hit "Hair,"
7:30 p.m. in the social hall.
The play, "Share," was
written and directed by in-
structor Steven Jay Posen.
Cheryl Weisberg.
Musical accompaniment is
by Becca Segal. The corn-
Three students of Temple munity is invited.

Barbara Belen, Martin Brown,
Jerry Guttman. Barbara Haleman.
Sheldon Kreitman, Andrea Lesh-
man, Julie Levin, Sheri Markel,
Arlene Mevis, Penny Morros, Mi-
chelle Nagel, Susan Salter. James
Scheiman and Brian Wolf.

Bnai Moshe United Syna-
gogue Youth groups (grades
3-8) will have a day of
games and picnicking June 9
at Willoway Day Camp.
Members and friends are
asked to be at the synagogue
b-y 1:30 p.m. There will be
a charge.
USY will hold its final
event of the year June 16
with a family trip to Cedar
Point, leaving the synagogue
at 8 a.m. For information
and reservations, call the
synagogue office, 548-9000.
Talit and Tefilin Club will
have its final meeting 8:30
a.m. .June 9. Services, break-
fast and a father-and-son
bowling tournament, with
year-end trophy presenta-
tions, will follow.

Kol • Ami who have completed
their religious school training
will conduct a service of af-
firmation today at Birming-
ham Unitarian Church. They
are Thomas Lynn, Steven
Rothschild and David Shel-
den. Their parents will host
the congregation at the oneg
Shabat in their honor.

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