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June 21, 1974 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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32—Friday, June 21, 1974

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Science Prize for Akiva Student

News:

Col. Arthur C. Becker, di- program to improve and up-
rector of Southfield Civil De- date tornado safety rules
fense and chairman of the which will be distributed to -

American Legion 18th Dis- Southfield schools and Amer-
trict, reports that the 18th ican Legion 18th District.
District is making gains in
organizing and training in Classifieds Get Quick Results
civil defense. Many women's
auxiliaries already have tak-
en classes in first aid and
shelter management.
learevted,
Col. Becker said most posts
• PARTIES.
in Oakland County have kit-
• BAR MITZVAS
chen space for feeding and
• SOCIALS
also space to take in disaster
• ETC.
victims. He is working with
the Detroit office of the na-
tional weather bureau on a

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6th Graders Leap to First Place

Warren Treisman, and his
partner, Darius Bassinas,
both sixth graders at Adlai
Stevenson Elementary School
Southfield, won a "best of
fair" plaque at the school's
annual science fair. The dis-
play will be on permanent
exhibition.
The boys spent "three
weeks and two days" on their
project which shows the dis-
section of a frog and snake.
The dissected parts were put
in jars of formaldehyde for
preservation, and the boys

Civil Defense Chief Backs Training Plan

mad& posters about their
project.
Warren, the son_of Dr. and
Mrs. Edward Treisman of
Streamwood Dr., Southfield,
said of the prize, "I couldn't
believe that we won, but we
Grant Mitchell, center, son of Mrs. Beverly Mitchell of
did."
Dundee Ave., Huntington Woods, and the late Richard D.
Mitchell, won second prize in the Southwest Michigan Re-
gional Science Fair, and first prize in the Metropolitan
Detroit Science Fair junior division. Shown with Grant
A
are, at left, Rabbi Joseph L. Shuchatowitz, principal of
Akiva Hebrew Day school; and Jerome Katz, science
Mark Grinblatt, son of Mr. instructor at Akiva. Among the winners from Akiva are
and
and Mrs. Eli Grinblatt of Reva Kresch, Sara Ryback, Cheryl Lowenberg, Abbi Applebaum,
HIS ORCHESTRA •
Vernon Ave., Oak Park, was Frances Rosenblum, Frada Kelman, Uriel Levi, Daniel Koenigsberg,
Servetter, Jerry Glicksberg, Debbie Engel, Peggy Sperber,
Music For All Occasions
named Berkley High School's Cheryl
Daniel Salama, Ruth Mendelsohn, David Rube, Robert Heiman,
salutatorian and Outstanding Dena Greenbaum, Sandra JUbas, Cheryl Balban and Sammy Kelman.
LI 5-1244
Senior Boy of 1974 for the
FACIAL HAIR 1974 graduating class.
Mark, who earned a better
PERMANENTLY than
4.3 scohlastic average,
REMOVED
was pr e s e n t e d with the
Eyebrows— Neckline— Arms—Legs
Mathematics Award and was
ALLEN W. LEIDER, 16,
Recommended by Physicians
admitted for the second year
FREE CONSUCTALTION
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal
to • the National Honors So-
Leider of Sussex Ave., Oak
SHIRLEY - PERSIN ciety. He will attend the Uni-
R•giettned Metrologist
Park, and a student at Oak
versity of Michigan's honors
ADVANCE - BUiLbING
Park High S-chool, will take
college,
where
he
plans
to
23077 GREENFIELD
Room 26D
a concert tour of eight Euro-
N r . Northland Al Providence kosaital
major in economics.
PHONE 557-1108
pean countries from July 11
13 Years Downlywn
to Aug. 2, with the Southern
Too frequently a' tip tips
Michigan Youth Chorale and
over a racing fan's fortune.
Chamber Orchestra. Cowl-•
tries included in the tour are
the Netherlands, Germany,
Meat is 25% Cheaper
Switzerland, Lich tenstein,
Cut up for freezing—Side of Beef 890 lb.
Austria, Italy, France and
Belgium.
Fresh Chicken & Fish
S h i r a Shuchatowitz, an
0
Goniks Kosher Meat & Poultry & Fish
eighth grader at Akiva He-
Students
in
the
University
20215 W. 7 Mlle Rd.
255-3777
brew Day School, won a first of Michigan's college of en-
prize in the national essay gineering who were placed
contest conducted by Olo- on the dean's list for the
meinu — Our World — pub- winter term are Richard
lished by Torah Umesorah, Coleman of West Bloomfield;
National Society for Hebrew James Weiser, Joseph Dra-
• 'e!`';i
Day Schools. Shira, 13, was zek, Gregory Raskin and
6 41 lie 1.49-41 cLasto.fd
1%e
fvu.ce
not the only Detroit honoree.
ifitt
arks-- Weimar, Birming-
,A0i1PASA.
Peggy Sperber also of Akiva ham; David Goldberg and
received honorable mention Alan Kroll, Oak Park; and
u.14.1.11
CACA, f /Weil; .e
in the contest, based on the David Fisher and Steven
theme "You Can Count on Rocklin.
SLACKS • BLOUSES
Me," showing how young-
sters can be of help to the
BLAZERS • COATS
Jewish nation in the after-
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School Honor

JOE MILLER

National Essay They Made
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