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Synagogues, Temples Mark Ruthi Navon at Beth Shalom
Israeli vocalist Ruth
Consecrations, Confirmations Navon
will appear in con-

Consecrations, confirma-
tions and graduations were
held this week at local
synagogues and temples.
Temple Beth El will hold
its high school graduation
and consecration of confir-
mands service 8 p.m. today
in the temple. Rabbi
Richard C. Hertz will de-
liver the sermon on "What
This Milestone Means." An
oneg Shabat will follow.
The blessing of and
awards to confirmands will
take place at services 10:30
a.m. Saturday in the tem-
ple. Rabbi Dannel I.
Schwartz will speak on "The
w Rules."
abbis Hertz and
hwartz will officiate at
confirmation exercises 10
a.m. Sunday in the tem-
ple.
Students who will be con-
firmed at Temple Beth
Jacob services at 8:30 p.m.
today are: Stephen Davis,
George Dickstein, David
Foster, Linda Pitler, Laura

Saul, Benjamin Schwartz
and Benjamin Stern. Rabbi
Richard A. Weiss will de-
liver the charge to the con-
firmands: "The Story of the
Four Builders." An oneg
Shabat will follow.
Cong. Bnai Moshe con-
secrants who were honored
at Shavuot evening services
were: Mindy Licht, Rene
Pearl and Karen Weiss. The
consecrants presented an
original dramatic reading,
"These, Too, Have Inspired
Us." The presentation was
edited, arranged and
supplemented by Rabbi
Stanley M. Rosenbaum.
Affirmation services will
be held 8:30 p.m. today at
Temple Kol Ami. Students
who will be honored are:
Tammy Alspector, Michelle
Blitz and Elsa Conrad. The
temple choir will render the
music and Dr. Irving
Friedman will be the canto-
rial soloist. An oneg Shabat
will follow.

Beth Achim Installs Officers

Attorney Leonard Her-
man was elected president
of Cong. Beth Achim for the_
1980-1981 program year.
Other officers installed
with Herman by Rabbi Mil-
ton Arm at Shavuot services
this week were: George
Rossman, Herbert Furman,
Roland Gottesman, Donald
Siegel and Jerry Tepman,
vice presidents; Maurice
Katzman, Sheldon Jacobs
and Morris Harelik,
secretaries; and Stewart
Silverman, treasurer.

Elected for a three-year
term to the board of trustees
were: Irving Feldman,
Louis Gaum, Paul Jacobs,
Acher Ben-Moche, Larry
Rogers Seymour Subar and
Harold Baker.
Board members who
will fulfill one-year terms
are: Jerry Lasher, Sha-
ron Leeman and Dr. De-
nnis Phillips.

Filling a one-year vac-
ancy of a three-year term
will be Bernard Trock.

Southfield Student Awarded
Annual Laker Scholarship

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cert 7:30 p.m. June 1 at
Cong. Beth Shalom. There
is a charge, and the public is
invited. For group rates and
tickets, call the synagogue,
547-7970.
Miss- Navon began her
singing career as a member
of the Israeli Army
Entertainment Group. She
currently appears in Israel's
top rated children's pro-
gram.
Many of her songs hit the
Israeli top 40 charts. She

Chabad Contest
Winners Listed

Chabad Lubavitch has
announced the winners of
its Passover contest held in
conjunction with its
world-wide drive for educa-
tion.
The winners are: Brian
Jacobs, grand prize; and
Marlana Lazar, Todd
Stearn, Chaim Meer, Re-
becca Sunshine, Jay
Lehman of Silver Spring,
Md., Leslie Fine, Rachel
Lawson, Daniel Skoczylas,
Barbie Klein and Jonathan
Freilich.
Contest winners were
announced at the recent
Lubavitch-sponsored Lag
b'Omer parade.
Chabad announces
that a new contest is
under way. The essay
contest topic is "What I
Like Best About the
Parade."
Deadline for written and
photographic entries is
June 15, and should be
mailed to Essay Contest,
14000 W. Nine Mile, Oak
Park, 48237. For details,
call the Lubavitch office,
548-2666.

Herzog Voices
Concern Over
EEC 242 Action

LONDON (JTA) —
Chaim Herzog, Israel's
former United Nations Am-
bassador, says he is con-
cerned at possible moves by
the European Economic
Community to revise UN
Security Council Resolution
242 as a basis for a Middle
East settlement.
However, he said he be-
lieves the Europeans will
not go ahead with this
suggestion unless they first
gain the tacit encourage-
ment of the United States.
Herzog, who is in London
for the centenary celebra-
tions of ORT, gave his views
to the Board of Deputies of
British Jews.

Marci E. Maniker, front row, center, is presented
with the Harry and Sarah Laker Israel Youth Schol-
arship. Pictured with Miss Maniker are, from left,
front row: Mrs. Laker, Miss Maniker and Laker. In
back row, from left, are: Irving Laker, Rabbi Milton
Arm of Cong. Beth Achim, Martin Laker and Dr.
Gerald Laker.
The Harry and Sarah member of the National French Seminary
Laker Israel Youth Schol- Honors Society.
Receives Award
She was graduated
arship has been awarded to
NEW YORK (JTA) —
Marci E. Maniker of South- from the United Hebrew
The
Teachers Seminary of
Schools
High
School
and
field, it was announced by
e Scholarship Selection will attend the Hebrew the Alliance Israelite Uni-
6ommittee of Cong. Beth University in Jerusalem, verselle in Paris was
Achim, which annually where she will spend a awarded the Shazar Prize
for Jewish education and
awards the coveted cash year of study.
devotion to Israel recently,
The
formal
presentation
prize.
of the Laker Scholarship by the Jewish Agency.
The Alliance Teachers
Miss Maniker is a student Award will be made at the
at the University of Michi- Beth Achim Sabbath serv- Seminary has trained
gan and has been closely ice 8:45 a.m. Saturday by thousands of teachers for
identified with the Harry Laker in whose name the various networks of
Habonim Labor Zionist and that of his wife, Sarah, schools of the Alliance and
Youth since her pre-college the annual scholarship was other educational institu-
tions.
days and has been a established.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 23, 1980 21

Israel's COL
Rises — Again

REMEMBER

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The cost of living index in
Israel rose in April by 10.2
percent, the second highest
ever monthly leap.
Most prominent among
items whose prices soared
were clothes, fruit and veg-
etables. Home prices also
went up an estimated 8 to 10
percent.

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