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March 31, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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Bruce Kutnick
Wins Honors

Winning a Danforth Graduate
Fellowship was a double honor for
Bruce L. Kutnick, 18039 Wooding-
ham, a graduate student in econo-
mics at Wayne State University.
Kutnick also holds the honor of
being the first winner of such a
fellowship at Wayne State since
the award pro-
gram was estab-
lished inl 1951.
Another stu-
dent at the uni-
versity, William
A. Graves, Pon-
tiac, received
honorable men-
tion in the pro-
gram.
The award, one
Kutnick o f 120 fellow.
ships granted nationally, provides
a maximum annual living stipend
of $2,400, plus tuition and fees and
is renewable for a total of four
years.
Kutnick, a graduate of Mumford
High School, received his B.A. de-
gree from WSU and was the reci-
pient of scholarships from the uni-
versity and the AFL-CIO during
his undergraduate years.
Kutnick served as a member of
the Student Zionist Organization of
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at
WSU. He was also a leader and
director of the Habonim Youth Or-
ganization and a leader at the
Jewish Center.
The double honors winner was
in Israel for a year in 1962. For
six months he was in Kibutz
Gesher Haziv and for six months
he studied in the Jewish Agency-
sponsored Mahon Lemadrihei
m'Hutz laAretz. His brother,
Jerome, is now studying for his
masters at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, and his sister
Ora is in Kibutz Urim in Israel.
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kutnick, well
known leaders in local com-
munal circles.

The Danforth program is design-
ed to give personal encouragement
and financial support to selected
college seniors and recent grad-
uates planning college teaching
careers.
The Danforth Foundation was
founded in 1927 by the late Wil-
liam H. Danforth, St. Louis busi-
nessman and philanthropist.

Beth Moses Record Hop

Beth Moses United Synagogue
Youth,' in conjunction with the
congregation's SAFE '67 (Social
Activities For Everyone) program
will have a Spring Record Hop
8:30 p.m., Saturday at the syna-
gogue. Radio Station WKNR's Bob
Green will be featured. Tickets
can be purchased at the door.

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Bnai Moshe Plans
Big Weekend

Friday, March 31, 1967-.29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brevities

Hannah Schloss
Group to Gather

Junior Music Club to Meet

The next meeting of the Junior
Deadline for entries in the MISS
Bnai Moshe youth will conduct
Music Club will be held at the
Sabbath services in the main sanc- DETROIT (Miss America) PAG-
The Hannah Schloss Old Timers home of Karen Eisenberg, 24340
tuary 8:45 a.m. Saturday. The par- EANT is April 20, according to M.
ticipants include Marshall Cohen, Doris Wood, president of Patricia will hold its 12th annual dinner- Coolidge, Oak Park, 2:30 p.m. Sun-
Ralph Cohen, Marc S u s s m a n, Stevens Finishing School, annual dance reunion 6:30 p.m. April day_ Those unable to attend are
David Reifler, David Reed, Jona- sponsors of the greater Detroit area 16 at Temple Is-
asked to call Karen Eisenberg. LI
than Licht and Maurice Klein.
competition. In June, the winner rael.
8-4053.
According t o
Marc Sussman is religious chair- of the Detroit competition will
Members who are planning to at-
man.
compete in the Miss Michigan Samuel G. Bank,
k a a
tend the performance of Jack
Pageant in Muskegon, and the chairman of the
Brokenshaw
Thursday must pay
dinner
-
dance
Family Night will be held 8 p.m. winner there will vie for the Miss
their admission c ha r g e at this
Saturday in the social hall. Enter- America title at Atlantic City in committee, enter-
meeting
or
send
it to Neal Daskal,
tainment will be provided by rep- September. The winner of the Miss tainment and
18310 Lauder. Parents are wet=
resentatives of the Story Hour, Detroit contest will be chosen at dancing will
come to accompany members.
Junior Congregation, Arts a n d the annual pageant at ,he_ cottish round out t h e
Crafts Club, Talis and Tephilin Rite Auditorium, M • emple, evening.
A 1 1 members
Club and members of Freshman, May 12. Contest info mation for
Rabbi PESACII LEVOVITZ,
Bank
Sophomore, Junior and Senior the Miss Detroit Pageant - may be of the Old Tim-
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
ers
are
asked
to
call
Bank,
UN
USY. Lynne Reed is chairman.
cil of America and spiritual lead-
obtained from Patricia Stevens
*
4-5463, for reservations.
er of Cong. Sons of Israel, Lake-
Finishing School, WO '5-4700.
Edward Schussel is president. wood, N.J., will be honored by his
* *
The Talis and Tephilin Club
alma mater, Yeshiva College, at
will hold a community breakfast
MEADOW BROOK THEATER
a dinner in Lakewood's Hotel
10:30 a.m. Sunday in the social
GUILD of Oakland University is Israeli Educator Visits
hall. A king-size breakfast, along
Aron Bilaus, director of the Brunswick, April 9. He will receive
presenting "Dreams and Fictions
with prizes and entertainment,
and Fancies," an evening of short Zionist Organization of America's one of the eleventh annual Ber-
will be provided. The event is
plays by Tennessee Williams, 8:30 Kfar Silver Agricultural High nard Revel Memorial Awards
each year to dis-
open to the public. Sidney Burk
p.m. today and Saturday in the School in Israel, who is on an edu- which are given
is chairman. For tickets call the
cational mission in the United tinguished alumni of Yeshiva Col-
Little Theater at Oakland.
synagogue, LI 8-9000.
States,
visited
the
classes
and
ad-
lege.
* * *

* * *
dressed the junior high depart-
The repertory of the BALLET ment of Hillel Day School.
Bnai Moshe United Synagogue
Youth Chapter sent 25 members FOLKLORIC°, coming to the Ma-1
FRANKLYN S. STEIN, an ac-
to the 14th annual convention of sonic, April 14-16, adds weight to
Central Region USY at the Neil the substantial evidence that folk countant with the Internal Reve-
Now Booking - - -
House Hotel, Columbus, 0., last art is introducing a persuasive nue Service, received his second
"third force" into the field of special service award from the
week-end.
The cultural and religious pro- theatrical dancing. AMALIA HER- United States Treasury Depart-
gram was centered around the NANDEZ, the creator and direc- ment for meritorious service in
and His Orchestra
theme of "Who Is Man?" An in- tor of Ballet Folklorico, has in performance of his duties with
Good Music
tensive study program included her own feminine way done a the Detroit District Audit Division
for MI Occasions
the Book of Genesis along with remarkable job of transforming of the Internal Revenue Service.
commentaries in the Midrash. Sey- folk material into art, retaining Stein, now with the National Audit
LI 4-9278
mour Kaplan, director of youth its native textured and form but Division in Washington, is the
activities at Bnai Moshe, served stepping up into a viable theater son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Stein.
21550 Cambridge. Classified Ads Get Quick Results
as an instructor for the study idiom.
*
*
sessions.
The STOCKHOLM UNIVER-
SITY CHOIR, which performs at
Weekend of Activity
the Masonic Auditorium April 7,
"Buy With Confidence"
has been hailed by critics as one
Ahead at Central
of the foremost choral groups in
Region Conference
Scandinavia. Composed mainly of
Six states and Ontario will be students from Stockholm, it was
Diomontolooists
Gemologists
represented at the Central East founded in 1931, and is the oldest
DI 1-1330
17540 WYOMING
Region Shabbaton of the National mixed student chorus in Sweden.
JOIIANNES
NORRBY,
conductor
Council of Synagogue Youth this
week-end at Bnai David and Beth of the group from 1942 to 1964. is
OPEN THURS., FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.
recognized as the "Grand 0 I d
Abraham congregations.
The youth bureau of Yeshiva Man" among Sweden's choral
University's community service di- conductors,
a a a
vision is co-sponsor of the confer-
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
ence, "The Jew's Search for Iden-
The GROSSE POINTE COMMIT-
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
tity," today through Sunday,
TEE FOR OPEN HOUSING will
Some 300 teen-agers will at-
show the documentary film, "A
tend workshops for exploration
Time for Burning," 7 p.m. April 9
of the essentials of Tora Juda-
at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church.
ism, plus social and recreational
The film deals with an average
Is Conveniently Located at
activities.
church's confrontation of segrega-
20500 JAMES COUZENS
Sunday's program will open tion and discrimination. The com-
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across frern Northland)
with services at 9 a.m., breakfast mittee is currently sponsoring a
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
at 10 and a brunch at 1 p.m. Work- good neighbor pledge card cam-
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
shops will be held during the paign. *
Airport Limousine Service Available
day. Meetings of the group on
Saturday are being held at Bnai
The OAK PARK COOPERA-
David Synagogue.
TIVE NURSERY will hold its an-
Dr. Jacob Goldman, director of nual father's night 8:30 p.m. Mon-
the scientific laboratory at Ford day in the multipurpose room of
Motor Co., will speak at the con- Key School. Oak Park. The public
cluding banquet Sunday.
is invited. Rabbi Sherwin Wine
Many will stay on at Beth Abra-
will lecture on "What Kind of
ham for the diamond jubilee con-
EXPERT TAILORING &
Adult Do We Want Our Children
cert Sunday evening, part of the
to Be?" Membership is now being
ALTERATIONS ON LADIES', MEN'S
congregation's series of special
taken for next year. For informa-
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
events celebrating its 75th anni-
tion, call Mrs. Henry Segal, LI
versary. The concert will feature
8-4739.
the General Motors Choir con-
ducted by Frank Murch, an instru-
mental group of Detroit Symphony UJA Organizes Mission
members and Beth Abraham music
for University Men
Large Selection
director Israel Fuchs.
NEW YORK—The United Jew-
Spring
Merchandise
of
ish Appeal is organizing its first
Camp Shomria Readies
in Latest Styles and Shades
University Study Mission to sur-
for Another Season at
vey Jewish life and operations of
UJA-supported welfare agencies
New Site in Michigan
Camp Shomria is preparing its in North Africa, Europe and Is-
second summer camp season in rael this summer, it was an-
Michigan. The camp, which re- nounced at UJA national head-
turned to the state last year after quarters here today by Max M.
five years in Ontario. is moving Fisher of Detroit, UJA general
to a new location with expanded chairman.
Fisher said the 1967 UJA Uni-
facilities at Harmony Pines near
versity Study Mission will , accept
Grand Rapids.
The camp, sponsored by Has- a maximum of 40 men age 18-24
homer Hatzair, Zionist youth or- from campuses throughout the na-
ganization, will run from June 27 tion. The successful applicants will
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to July 10. The program -includes be chosen for qualities of leader-
scouting, sports, arts and crafts, ship on the campus and for lead-
ership
potential
in
their
home
Israeli folk singing and dancing
and informal Hebrew lessons. It is communities. Group members will
supervised by a counseling staff of pay their own way for the two-
(Just South of 9 Mile Rood)
college students trained in Israel month tour, scheduled to start in
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For information, write or call sions June 19 and departing the
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