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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News 1

JANICE CHARACH,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Manny Charach of Clover-
lawn Ave., Oak Park, held
her first art exhibition re-
cently at the Xochipilli Art
Gallery. The exhibit in-
'eluded 34 watercolors and
three oils. Ms. Charach was
graduated from the Society
Arts and Crafts in 1973.
* * *
MS. BETTY EASON,
administrator of the Wom-
en's Medical Center in Pon-
tiac, was elected to the
American Academy of Med-
ical Administrators in Bos-
ton.

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SOLOMON T. SCHARF,
a supporter of Torah in-
stitutions in the North
American Jewish commu-
nity, will be honored Sun-
day at the 77th anniversary
dinner of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of Amierca in New
York, with the Kether Shem
Tov (Crown of the Good
Name) Award "for his dedi-
cation to the welfare of nu-
merous Jewish educational
and communal institu-
tions."
* * *
STEVEN GOODMAN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
A. Goodman, of Howell, is
one of the Interlochen Arts
Academy visual arts stu-
dents whose work is in-
cluded in the 80-piece exhi-
bition being shown through
May 30 in the Arts Center of
Lafayette, Ind.

* * *
DR. GIDEON SHI-
MONI, of the Institute of
Contemporary Jewry of the
Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, has been named as
the recipient of the annual
Simon Segal Prize, awarded
by the American Jewish
Committee. The award is
given for the best doctoral
thesis in the fields of Jewish
history, Jewish culture, hu-
man rights, or an aspect of
international relations of
Jewish concern.

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Youth Earn Fishman Prize

Rabbi Irwin Groner of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, acting
chairman of the selection
committee for the Fishman
Foundation Israel Award,
this week announced the
winners of the foundation's
Israel Scholarships.
They are: Leslie M. Born-
stein, Shaarey Zedek; Ronn
Nadis, United Hebrew
School; Michael Raizman,
Shaarey Zedek; Lori Som-
mers, Temple Israel; and
Daniel Widenbaum, Beth
Shalom.
The students will each
receive a $1,000 award from
the Meyer and Nathan Fish-
man Family Foundation to
visit Israel in the summer of
1975 with a Jewish youth
group of their choice. Appli-
cants were judged on aca-
demic achievement, leader-
ship and community service.

The selection committee
included the late Dr. Sam-
uel Krohn, chairman;
Rabbi Moses Lehrman,
chairman of the Detroit
Rabbinic Commission;
Cantor Arthur Asher,
president of the Jewish
Educators Council; Robert
Canvasser, president of
the Synagogue Council of
Detroit; and Rabbi
Groner.

Receiving honorable men-
tions were: Janis Adler,
Temple Israel; Sander M.
Davidson, Shaarey Zedek;
Kenneth Levine, Temple Is-
rael; Judy Rosenzveig, Beth
Jacob; Benjamin Schreier,
United Hebrew Schools;
Carolyn Wember, Temple
Israel; Brian Wiatrak, Tem-
ple Israel; and Leonard
Zucker, Temple Israel.

BBYO Business I

Michigan
Region
BBYOers will convene today
at Camp Tamarack for the
1975 Election Training Con-
clave. The theme of the
weekend is "Leadership
Inspires Thought" and all
programs will center ar-
ound preparing those at-
tending for leadership res-
ponsibilities in their
chapters for next year.
Youth coordinators of the
weekend are Bruce Gorosh
of Posen AZA and Ilene
Lubin of Savage BBG. Ac-
companying the BBYOers
as staff for the convention
will be Candy Reider, Butch
Fames and chapter advis-
ers: Bonnie Garfinkle, Rap-
, poport BBG; Alan Reider,
Wasserman AZA-Grand
Rapids; Laurel Schlesinger,
Gan Dafna BBG and Risha
Ring, Disraeli BBG. Arnold
J. Weiner and Conrad J.
Koller, BBYO staff also will
be present, as well as Linda
Scheinker, convention staff
.coordinator.
New AZA and BBG chap-
ter presidents are: Jay Pen-
fit, Dreyfus AZA; Brian
Adelman, Einstein AZA;
Steve Schanes, Goode AZA;
Mike Reich, Posen AZA;
Joel Hechler, Rose AZA;
Alan Kideckel, Samson
AZA; Rob Belfer, Wasser-
man AZA-Grand Rapids;
Marcy -Borchardt, Brice
BBG; Susie Neuvirth, Dis-
raeli BBG; Sheri Goldstein,
Gan Dafna BBG; Jackie
Green, Kadimah BBG; Julie
Arbit, Na'im BBG; and Gail
Elfond, Zangwill BBG.
Na'im BBG of South-
field is participating in the
"Meals-on Wheels" Pro-
gram. This program pro-
vides hot meals for the
community's senior
adults.

Brandeis AZA and Jolson
AZA of Livonia will have a
softball marathon May
24-26, the proceeds of which
will go to Muscular Dystro-
phy.

Gan Dafna BBG has vis-
ited the Lahser Hills Nurs-
ing Home. In this continu-
ing program, the girls
provide sing-alongs and act
as helpers for the residents
during other activities.

Four Michigan Region
BBYOers will participate in
the 20th annual BBYO Is-
rael Summer Institute,
which departs on June 23.
The 45-day tour begins with
a two-day orientation ses
sion at Camp Bnai Brith in
Starlight, Pa. Those attend-
ing are: Sue Margolis, Dal-
yah BBG, Livonia; Pam Sol-
way, Chavayros BBG; Jeff
Schoenberg, Brandeis AZA;
and Sheila Monast, Gan
Dafna BBG.

Eilat BBYO, Ann Ar-
bor, is planning several
car washes in the Ann
Arbor area to raise funds
for their annual trip to a
Tiger ball game with un-
derprivileged kids. Each
chapter member will take
one underprivileged child
in his charge and the en-
tire group will attend a
Tiger game at the end of
May.

Gan Dafna BBG, which
had previously reached its
membership limit, has split
into two chapters. Both
chapters are now open to
new members in the South-
field-Oak Park area. For
information, contact Amy
Garber of Gan Dafna BBG,
548-0017, or Vicki Gealer of
Sabra BBG, 541-4143.

60 Attend SZ Youth Kibutz

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
junior congregation saw
more than 60 persons parti-
cipate in its spring kibutz
this past weekend at Camp
Tamarack. The "Torah in
the Wilderness" program
included services, study
groups, Israeli and -Ameri-

can folk songs, dancing and
sports.
The junior congregation
will have its installation
May 20. Meanwhile, JC'ers
Leslie Bornstein and Mich-
ael Raizman won the Meyer
and Nathan Fishman Israel
Award.

Friday, May 9, 1975 45

U. S. Honorary Lists Awardees

'Fifty-six students from
Oak Park and Southfield
will be honored "for aca-
demic excellence" by Phi
Beta Kappa National Hon-
orary Fraternity Monday in
Ford Auditorium.
George E. Gullen, Jr.,
president of Wayne State
University, will deliver the
main address. Martin
Stearns, dean of WSU and
vice president of the Detroit
Association of Phi Beta
Kappa, will present the
awards.
High school seniors re-
ceiving the awards are:

David A. Tenenbaum and David
S. Weingarden, Yeshivath Beth

They Made
the Grade

Yehudah; and from Oak Park,
Adeena Ascher, Cheryl Balan,
Elyse Bankler, Gayle Barill,
Perry Beider, Karen Bick, Joan
Binder, Susan Blondy, Roberta
Boren, Cynthia Brody, Gail Bron-
stein, Ava Carn, Debra Chadwick,
Kenneth Davis, Nancy Davis,
Stephen Devries and Karen Dunn.
Also Marc Feldman, Howard
Fertel, Diane Finegood, Karen
Frazis, Cheryl Greenfield, Debo-
rah Greenspan, Keith Gutfreund,
Caren Harwood, Robert Isackson,
Carol Jacobs, Robin Kanter,
Marla Kovalski, Lisa Kurtz and
Lynn Laskowski.
Also Debra Leider, Shelly Lie-
bowitz, Brian Lipson, Mark Low-
enthal, Sam Mandel, Beverly
Meyers, Samuel Michelson,
Frances Moceri, Paul O'Connor,
Joyce Oshiro, Jonathon Pollack,
Karin Rissman, Debra Robins,
Jonathon Ross, Patrick Sayles,
Gary Shaw, Gail Shuster, Richard
A. Singer, Gary Torf, Debra
Weintraub, Daniel Weiss, Jean-
nette Woo and Barbara Zahs.

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DEBBIE OLSHAN-
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Mrs. Martin Olshansky of
Pennsylvania Ave., South-
field, was elected secretary
of the Residence Hall Asso-
ciation at Eastern Michigan
University. Debbie is a
freshman studying special
education.
* * *
MADALYN. BRIN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Brin of Pinetree Dr.,
Southfield, has earned a BA
degree in elementary educa-
tion at the University of
Detroit.

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