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March 06, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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Friday, March 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Harry and Sara Laker
Israel Youth Scholarship is ac-
cepting applications.
Awarded each year, the
scholarship enables a local
Jewish male or female to
attend one of five leading Is-
raeli universities for a full aca-
demic year. The cash award is
for $2,500.
Israeli institutions accre-
dited for the Harry and Sarah
Laker Israel Youth Schol-
arship are the Hebrew Univer-
sity, Ben-Gurion University,
Tel Aviv University, Bar-Ilan
University and Haifa Univer-
sity.
To qualify, a young man or
woman must be a resident of
the metropolitan Detroit area,
must be currently attending a
college or university in the
continental United States and
must have applied to a school of
higher learning in Israel.
Full details may be obtained
by phoning Cong. Beth Achim,
352-8670. Forms may be re-
quested from the Harry and
Sarah Laker Israel Youth
Scholarship Fund, Cong. Beth
Achim, 21100 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield, 48076.

JPI Students
Entertain Elderly

Jewish Parents Institute
students in Clubs 1 and 2 will
visit the Hechtman Apart-
ments and Fleischman Resi-
dence to perform Purim songs
and dances for the residents,
and to share shalach manot
with them on Sunday at 10:45
a.m.
Participants include: Erica
Berg, Eliza Lieberman, James
Ross Mankoff, Britni Must,
Noah Rothenberg, Joshua
Must, Greg Axelrad, Jessica
Berg, Amy Blatt, Ilana Bruton,
Julie Holtzman, Melissa
Kieda, Mara Kirn, Rebekah
Parker, John Rappaport,
Lindsey Shapiro, Marc Sol-
omon, Megan Young, Bradley
Weber, and Lauren Molina.
Directing the children will
be club leaders, Dee Demeter
and Ann Grey; teen assistants
Debi Goldstein, Nancy Kauf-
man and Michelle Kaczander;
and dance specialist Beth
Norman.

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Lectures Begin
At B'nai David

The cultural commission of
Cong. B'nai David will present
a lecture series entitled:
"Global Jewish Trouble Spots"
on alternate Sunday mornings
beginning Sunday, in the
Julius Rotenberg Hall of the
synagogue.
The series will focus on polit-
ical, social and religious crises

in the Israeli, Iranian and
West European Jewish com-
munities today.
Subsequent lectures will be
delivered by Dr. Todd
Endelman, professor of history
at University of Michigan, on
"The Jewish Communities of
Western Europe: Do They
Have A Future?" on March 22
and Dr. Firooz Banooni, former
resident of Teheran, Iran, on
"Iranian Jewry: From the
Shah to Khomeini" on April 5.
A free continental breakfast
will be served each week at
10:15 a.m. followed by the lec-
ture at 11 a.m. A question and
answer period will follow. The
community is invited free of
charge.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Orent
co-chair the B'nai David Cul-
tural Commission. For infor-
mation, contact the synagogue,
557-8210.

Red Cross Seeks
Donors, Instructions

The American Red Cross
will conduct a blood drive, be-
ginning 10 a.m. March 28, at
Village Green Apartments,
25500 12 Mile Road, South-
field. For an appointment; call
Sharon Winters, 357-4070.
The Red Cross is looking for
more instructors to teach sev-
eral Red Cross health courses.
Instructors are needed for the
Preparation for Parenthood,
Home Nursing and Vital Signs
- Module II courses.
The instructor training is
open to health professionals,
nurses, home economics or
health teachers, or nursing
students who have completed
preparation in maternal and
child health.
All training classes will be
held at the Red Cross Chapter
Headquarters, 100 Mack Ave-
nue at John R in Detroit. Pre-
registration is required. For in-
formation and to register, call
Red Cross, 494-2876.

Divorce Topic
Of Seminar

The Michigan Trial Lawyers
Association and the Family
Law Section of the State Bar of
Michigan will have a joint
seminar on "Divorce: State of
the Art Issues" at 8:30 a.m.
Thursday at the Troy Hilton.
For information and to regis-
ter, call Richard S. Victor,
646-7177; or Marian D. Man-
ganello, 779-5222.

Karl Marx Is Topic

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
speak on "Karl Marx," the sec-
ond of five reviews on the
theme, "People of Courage,"
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Bir-
mingham Temple. There is a
charge.

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