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April 19, 1974 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-19

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Divinity Students Get Israel Mission Grant

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
grant of 25 scholarships by
the America-Israel Friend-
ship League to undergrad-
uates and graduates of the
Divnity School of the Seton
Hall University of South

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Orange, N. J., has been an-
nounced by former Congress-
man Herbert Tenzer, presi-
dent of the League.
The scholarships were cre-
ated in tribute to James
Geoghegan, president of the
Buildings and Materials Lo-
cal 282, of the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters.
The beneficiaries will leave
early in May for a three-
week tour of Israel in a study
mission.

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01111.11 - News 4: Walkathon Hel s Re lace Trees

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Bnai Moshe Youth Activities

Bnai Moshe Senior United
Synagogue Youth will hold a
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rap session with Kenneth
TICKETS TO ANYWHERE.
HAMILTON, MILLER, HUDSON &
Berger, candidate for as-
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sistant rabbi, 7 p.m. Satur-
day at the synagogue. Fol-
lowing will be a meal, Hay-
dala services and a hayride.
557-5145
Classifieds Get Quick Results For reservations, call Lea
Stollman, 547-5891.
MIMI MO IMMIIIN MI NM I
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Halutzim USY (grades 5
and 6) will sponsor a mys-
tery bus ride 2 p.m. Sunday
leaving from the synagogue.
Friends are invited. There
Archaeology, Anthropology,
I will be a nominal charge.
Italian Language and Culture
* * *
June 13 - July 24, 1974
Kadima USY (grades 7
Trinity College/Rome Campus
8) will hold a miniature
I and
golf-ice cream social begin-
I ning 6:30 p.m. at the syna-

SUMMER SCHOOL IN ITALY

For Details:

Dr. Borden Painter
Trinity College
Hartford, Conn. 06106

Local Contact: 399 3946 (Evenings only)

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They Made
The Grade

HOWARD GERENRAICH,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Morton
Gerenraich of Pontchartrain
Ave., Southfield, has won the
Michigan DeMolay Chess
Championship. Howard, a
member of Mosaic Chapter,
won the title for the second
year in a row. He faced three
persons in area competition,
and two in state competition,
before winning the title.

gogue. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call the
secretary, Julie Rosen, 557-
6563.
* * *
Senior USY and junior con-
gregation (ages 8-13) will
hold Sabbath services 10
a.m. Saturdays at the syna-
gogue. Story hour also meets
for youngsters, ages 3-7.
Talit and Tefilin holds serv-
ices 8:30 a.m. every Sunday,
followed by breakfast and
bowling.
For information on Bnai
Moshe youth activities, call
the synagogue office, 548-
9000.

Golden Foundation
Scholarships Open

Applications for the Dr.
Donald L. Golden Foundation
College Scholarship Awards
are being accepted from high
school seniors.
Dr. Donald L. Golden said
this is the sixth year of the
awards.
All June graduating seniors
in both public and parochial
schools in Wayne, Oakland
and Macomb counties are
eligible. There will be a
winner selected from each
county. Interested students
may contact their principals
for applications and details.
Application deadline is May
25.

A walkathon by members of local youth groups March
31 yielded at least $1,200 for Soviet Jewry and the Jewish
National Fund. The latter will use its share to help replace
trees destroyed in the Yom Kippur War. Each walker hiked
15 miles. Guest of honor was Paul van den Muysenberg,
consul of the Netherlands for Detroit, who, on behalf of the
Dutch people, received a special certificate for 18 (Chai-
Life) trees, expressing the gratitude of the Jewish youth
of Detroit to the people of Denmark for saving the lives of
many Jews during the Holocaust. Shown are, from left,
Mary Sue Munter, adviser to the Beth El youth group; .
Cheryl Canvasser, chairman of the walkathon committee;
Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple Israel, representing that con-
gregation's youth committee; van den Muysenberg; Daniel
Pekarsky, representing the Jewish National Fund; and Mel
Willner, Temple Beth El High School supervisor. The walk-
athon was planned by the Congregational Youth Commis-
sion, in conjunction with the Jewish National Fund. It was
organized and carried out with the efforts of Don and Mary
Sue Munter.

DAVID HERSH, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Hersh of
Pennsylvania Ave., South- Beth Moses USY
field, and a student at James Plans Activities
Madison College at Michigan
Beth Moses United Syna-
State University, is an intern
with the U. S. Department of gogue Youth will have an
Health, Education and Wel- oneg Shabat 8 p.m. today at
fare under the college's field the synagogue.
On Sunday, USY members
experience program.
planning to see the Arlo
Guthrie concert at the Fisher
Theater are asked to meet at
the synagogue at 6:30 p.m.
Drivers are needed, and the
cost of gas will be paid. For
reservations, call Marc Tere-
belo, 535-5198, or Garry or
Jeff Frank, 534-9376. There
is a charge, and tickets are
limited.
USY will hold elections
2:30 p.m. April 28 at the
synagogue.

MEET THE TEAM

Hashomer Seder

The members of Hashomer
Hatzair Zionist Youth invite
the public to their third seder
8 p.m. Saturday at the Jew-
ish Center's Shiffman Hall.
Readings from a creative
Hagada will be presented,
along with songs, dances and
re-enactments. Israeli danc-
ing and refreshments will
follow.

Bill McDonald
Term-
Frieda

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Friday, April 19, 1974-17

ADL and ORT Join
Presidents Group

DeMolay Marks Its 55th Year

Southfield Mayor Donald Fracassi is shown with officers
of Mosaic Chapter, Order of- DeMolay, who received a
proclamation decreeing the recent DeMolay Week in South-
field. With the mayor are, from left, Laurence Cutler, second
preceptor; Jeff Cutler, scribe treasurer; Ralph Spitzer,
junior deacon; and Nat Pernick, junior councilor. DeMolay,
which is marking its 55th anniversary, has some 3,000,000
members in 11 countries and is sponsored by the Masons.
For information on local DeMolay activities, call Nat
Pernick, 356-5145.

Scholarship to Be
Named for Slain
Tel Aviv Students

LOS ANGELES (JTA)—A
memorial scholarship pro-
gram, under which contribu-
tions of $5,000 will be used
to set up perpetual scholar-
ships in the names of Tel
Aviv University students and
faculty members who died
in battle, will be among the
initial projects of two new
regional leadership bodies
established by the American
Friends of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity.
Victor M. Carter of Los
Angeles, president of the
American Friends and chair-
man of the university's inter_
national board of governors,
said the new regional groups
are in Chicago and in Phila-
delphia.
Carter said that recipients
of the scholarships will be
"qualified young _Israelis,
who will carry forward the
promise of academic fulfill-
ment that was denied their
gallant predecessors."

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi
Israel Miller, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish
Organizations, announced
that the Anti - Defamation
League of Bnai Brith and
Women's American ORT
have been admitted as mem-
bers in the conference.
Jacob Stein, immediate
past president of the Confer-
The first paper in North
ence, received the Jerusalem
Medal on behalf of Mayor Dakota appeared in Bismarck
in 1873.
Teddy Kollek.

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