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May 04, 1979 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, May 4, 1919

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Score of Scholarships Inspires
Fund for Hebrew U. Award

More than a score of
scholarships to the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem
were contributed Monday
evening, at a reception for
Dr. William Haber and
Louis Berry at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borman,
as means of alleviating the

for College Study in Israel

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PRESENTS

PRO - DISCO

Shown at the Hebrew University reception honor-
ing Dr. William Haber and Louis Berry are, standing
from left, W.B. Doner, Erwin Ziegelman, David
Hermelin and David Holtzman. Seated are, from left,
Dr. Haber, Berry and Daniel Honigman.

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economic pressures on the
university.
The meeting was held to
plan the Hebrew University
Scopus Award dinner in
honor of Berry, to be held at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek May
16. The financial status of
the university was outlined
in the address by Dr. Haber,
who serves on the univer-
sity's board and is a member
of its administrative plan-
- ning commission.
Dr. Haber pointed out
that reduction in govern-
ment subsidies to univer-

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Activities
in Society

An open house in honor of
Keith A. Gutfreund, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sander Gut-
freund of Oak Park, was
held recently on the occa-
sion of his graduation from
the University of Michi-
gan's school of engineering.
Gutfreund earned a BSE
degree.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam (Rose)
Goren of Lathrup Village
spent the Passover holiday
at the Fountainbleau in
Miami Beach with Young
Israel of New York.

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sities, due to the economic
crisis and inflation, compels
seeking additional assis-
tance from Diaspora Jewry,
thus placing added respon-
sibilities for support on
American Jewry. This, he
emphasized, makes schol-
arships so vital a means of
aiding the university.
He said that the existing
conditions have resulted in
a reduction in university
enrollment from 18,000 to
14,000 students and that fa-
culty took a 10 percent cut
in income.
There was a generous re-
sponse to the request for aid
by Dr. Haber and David
Holtzman, who presided,
and several also enrolled as
Hebrew University Found-
ers with $25,000 gifts.
Community-wide par-
ticipation in the dinner in
honor of Berry was urged by
the dinner chairman,
Daniel Honigman. Chapter
president Erwin Ziegelman
brought greetings to those
present.
For reservations for the
Scopus Award dinner, call
Diane Shekter, 851-0320.

Nursery School
Sets Open House

The Bais Chabad Nursery
will have an open house
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Mon-
day, Wednesday and May
11 in the Labor Zionist In-
stitute, announces Chaya
Bergstein, director.
Parents of children who
will reach age 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 by
Sept. 1 are invited to ob-
serve.
Mrs. Bergstein was
graduated from Stern
College with a degree in
early childhood educa-
tion. She instructs the
children by means of arts
and crafts, songs, games
and stories. An indi-
vidualized program is of-
fered for each child.
Character development,
play habits, Jewish obser-
vance and basic school skills
are emphasized.
For information, call Mrs.
Bergstein, 626-8210, daily,
or 626-3194, evenings.

A good laugh is sunshine
in a house.
— Thackeray

Scholarships are avail-
able through the Flint
Jewish Community Council
to university students for
study in Israel, announces
Mimi Goldstein, chairman
of the Commission on
Jewish Education.
One of the programs is the
1979 university students'
summer mission running
from June 24 to July 23. It
includes a six-day survey of
Jewish roots in Europe with
visits to Warsaw, Cracow,
Auschwitz and Bucharest,
followed by a three-week
study tour of Israel.
The group is limited to
44 students. Applicants
must have completed one
year of college, be under
24 years old and provide
references from federa-
tion and campus officials.
Participants will be
selected on the basis of
maturity and leadership
potential within their_
home and campus com-
munities.
Applications are now
available at the Flint
Jewish Community Council
office,'120 W. Kearsley St.,
Flint, 48502.
Some of the other study
programs are at Hebrew
University of Jerusalem,
Bar-Illan University, Tel
Aviv University and the
University of Haifa. They
offer study programs for

Juniors to Hold
Installation

Cong. Beth Israel Junior
Congregation will hold its
closing banquet and instal-
lation of officers 9:30 a.m.
Saturday in the main
sanctuary, conducted by the
members of the junior con-
gregation.
Luncheon will be served
to all junior congregation
members and their brothers
and sisters free of charge.
Presentations in recogni-
tion for regular attendance
to junior congregation will
be made during the service.

Auction Benefits
Local Day School

The Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor will hold an
art auction 2 p.m. Sunday in
the Hillel Foundation so-
cial hall, 1429 Hill St., Ann
Arbor. There will be a pre-
view at 1.
Among the artists whose
works will be displayed are:
Albers, Alvar, Appel,
Boulanger, Braque, Buffet,
Calder, Cecy, Chagall, Dali,
Daumier, Davilla, Escher,
Friedlaender, Giacometti,
Goya, Halsey, Hogarth,
Iger, Lautrec, Max, Max-
well, Miro, Neiman,
Picasso, Renoir, Rockwell,
Vasarely and more.
There will be lithographs,
etchings, woodcuts, serig-
raphs, paintings and water
colors to be auctioned off.
Refreshments will be
served, and there is a nomi-
nal charge.

serious American under-
graduate and graduate stu-
dents.
Students may take a year
or more of undergraduate
studies or further t
graduate study towa
master's degree or docto-
rate.

COMMUNITY)*
CALENDAR

Friday-Sunday

United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Retreat,
Camp Tamarack.
Saturday — USY out
door Shabat service.
Sunday — USY general
meeting and election of offi-
cers.
Monday — Hadassah
board meeting, noon.
Tuesday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood donor dinner,
6:30 p.m.; and Keren Or
Meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday — Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood meeting,
noon.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club,
noon, Temple Beth El;
Cong. Beth Israel Board of
Education meeting, 8 p.m.
and ORT board meeting, 8
P.m.

Bat Mitzva

Wendy Brenner will be-
come Bat Mitzva May 12 at
Cong. Beth Israel.

Workmen's Circle
Groups to Gatter

Workmen's Circle Branch
227 will meet 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in the Workmen's
Circle Center, 26341
Coolidge, Oak Park.
Mordko Teiler of Branch
684, educator and lecturer,
will speak on "Isaac
Bashevis Singer — Nobel
Laureate."
For information, call
Sonia Popowski, 557-3994.
Meanwhile, Branch 460
will meet 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day in the Workmen's
Circle Center. Dinner win,
be served at 8 at a
nal charge.
Peggy Shor of Wayne
State University's College
of Lifelong Learning, will
speak on "Italy Today."
For dinner reservations,
call the Workmen's Circic
Center, 545-0985.

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the end of May. Winners
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which includes their ad:
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during regular business
hours.

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