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June 05, 1981 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

eligious Zealots
ttack Buses
n Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
ltra-Orthodox Jews
toned two Egged buses in
he Mea Shearim quarter of
erusalem Saturday smash-
ng their windshields in a
oontinuing demonstration
gainst Sabbath traffic on
le Ramot road which
asses through the religious
uarter.
The stoning followed riots
ast Friday by hundreds of
eligious zealots who at-
acked buses and police
a fter the police pre-
them earlier from
attacking Sabbath drivers.
One person was reported
ightly injured. The mob
was dispersed with tear gas.
9 arrests were made.

t

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Laker Scholarship Winner

Harry and Sarah Laker are shown presenting the
Laker Scholarship to Daniel Halpern, seated at right.
Looking on are, from left Rabbi Milton Arm, and Irv-
ing, Martin and Dr. Gerald Laker.

The Harry and Sarah
Laker Israel Youth Schol-
arship has been awarded to
Daniel A. Halpern of West
Bloomfield, it was an-
nounced by the Scholarship
Selection Committee of
Congregation Beth Achim.
This is the fifth consecutive
year this award has been
given.
Halpern is a student at
the University of Michigan
where he is pursuing a de-
gree in Near East and North
African studies with strong
emphasis in political sci-
ence and economics. He was

graduated from Berkley
High School and is the son of
the late Rabbi Mordecai S.
Halpern of Congregation
Beth Shalom of Oak Park
and Natalie Eichen of West
Bloomfield. He will attend
the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem for one year of
study.
The formal presentation
of the Laker Scholarship
Award will be made at the
Beth Achim Sabbath serv-
ices on Saturday by Harry.
Laker who, with his wife,
Sarah, established the an-
nual scholarship.

Beth Achim Will Install
George Rossman as President

George Rossman will be
installed as president of
Cong. Beth Achim at
Shavuot services Tuesday.
Officers to be installed
with Rossman are: Jerry
Tepman, Herbert Furman,

Allan Kraft, Donald Siegel
and Arthur Sugarman, vice
presidents; Lotty Partovich,
Fredell Whiteman and
Morris Harelik, secretaries;
and Stewart Silverman,
treasurer.

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Arafat to Attend Socialist Parley

VIENNA (JTA) — Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion chief Yasir Arafat will
attend an international
meeting of the Socialist
youth beginning today in
Vienna, according to the
chairman of the Austrian
Socialist Youth, Josef Cap.
The organization plans to
arrange talks between Is-
raeli and Palestinian youth
officials. In an international'
organizing committee ear-
lier this year Israeli
Socialist youth representa-
tives had opposed the plan

Crime Prevention

to invite Arafat but were
voted down.
Organizers of the festival
expect about 10,000 young
Socialists from European
countries, Latin America,
and various liberation
movements in South
America and Africa. Repre-
sentatives of the Polish
trade union "Solidarity"
will also attend the meet-
ing.

WASHINGTON
Alarmed over the increase
in violent crime throughout
America, Bnai Brith Inter-
national's Commission on
Community Volunteer
Services has made crime
prevention one of its top
priority programs this year.

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Former Hostage

NEW YORK — Former
hostage in Iran Barry Rosen
will receive the Presidential
Medal from Brooklyn Col-
lege at the school's June 10
commencement exercises.
The honor, one of many ac-
corded Rosen since his re-
lease from Iran last
January, will carry special
meaning. Rosen graduated
from the school in 1965.

29

On this holiday of Shavuot
the time of the giving of our Torah at Sinai
may the radiance of Torah and Torah-Learning
penetrate your home and warm your hearts.

GEORGE ROSSMAN

Elected to the board of
trustees for three-year
terms are: Dr. Elliot Burns,
Tobi Fox, Gerald Keller, Dr.
Dennis Phillips, Sharon
Silverman, Bernard Trock
and Louis Weber. Serving a
one-year term on the board
are: Dr. Howard Dubin,
Walter Jonas and Sol
Schwartz.
Rabbi Milton Arm will be
the installing officer.

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