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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, October 7, 1966

Miss Diamond to Wed WSU Director of Adult Education
Midrasha Adult Classes Start Oct. 11 Mr. Gary M. Green stein Joins Levenson Lecture Sponsors

Louis LaMed, chairman of the
Midrasha board of directors, an-
nounces that the following courses
will be offered by the Midrasha of
the United Hebrew Schools, begin-
ning Tuesday and Wednesday.
Philosophy of Maimonides,
T u e s d a y, 8-9:30 p.m., instruc-
tor, Mordecai Kohn; history
of Jewish ideas, Tuesday, 9-9:30
p.m., Rabbi Jay Braverman; the
bible and western civilization,
Tuesday, 9-9:30 p.m., Prof .Shlomo
Marenof; the spirit of the Jewish
legal system. Wednesday, 8-9:30
p.m., Solomon Schimmel. Conver-
sational Hebrew will meet twice
weekly, and the hours will be ar-
ranged in consultation with the
students. Israeli dancing for be-
ginners, intermediate and advanced
students will be offered on Tues-
day, 8:30 to 10 p.m., instructor,
Ayala Klingman.

Cheese
Pizzas.,
Who Makes it
deshmakste?

Chef
Boy-Net
That's Who!

Kohn is beginning his
second year of teaching for the
High school and Midrasha depart-
ments of the Hebrew Schools. He
is an exchange teacher from Israel
and received his education at the
Teachers' Seminary and the Uni-
versity of Cologne. Germany. He
was also a student of rabbinics at
Cologne Yeshiva. In I s r a el, he
taught at the Reali School.
Rabbi Braverman, new UHS
High School principal and registrar
of the Midrasha, previously taught
in Hebrew High schools in New
York and at Yeshiva Uni-
versity. He is completing his doc-
toral dissertation in Bible.
Prof. Marenof, dean of the
Ma d r as h a, taught at Brandeis
University before coming to De-
troit. He has been with the Mid-
rasha for the past 10 years and
has taught Bible. Jewish history
and Hebrew literature.
Mrs. Klingman also is begin-
ning her second year as an ex-
change teacher from Israel. Mrs.
Klingman teaches Israeli music
and dancing for the Hebrew
Schools.
Courses are conducted in English
and are contingent upon a mini-
mum registration of 10 students.
Classes meet in the Kasle High
School—Midrasha Building.
For information, call the schools,
DI 1-3407 or UN 4-1115.

CJFWF Annual Parley
in LA Nov. 16-20

The 35th General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds will be held in
Los Angeles, Nov. 16-20.
Major sessions will deal with
changing overseas needs and re-
sponsibilities. Irving Kane of Cleve-
land, CJFWF past president and
chairman of the Council's Overseas
Services dommittee, and Max M.
Fisher of Detroit, general chairman
of the national United Jewish Ap-
peal, will report on rapidly moving
events in Israel and other coun-
tries.

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thing But Money."
Participating briefly in the Thurs-
day program in addition to Profs.
Dorsey and Sterne will be Carmi
M. Slomovitz, ZOD president; Mrs.
Jack W. Perlman, Hadassah presi-
dent; and Mettie Baron Golub, of
the J. L. Hudson Co. book depart-
ment.

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FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

MISS MARILYN DIAMOND

Mrs. Lena Diamond, 3710 Rich-
ton, announces the engagement of
her daughter Marilyn A. to Gary
M. Greenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Greenstein of Saginaw,
formerly of Oak Park.
Miss Diamond and her fiance are
both graduates of Wayne State
University.
A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

42 Detroiters
Join Survey Tour
to Israel Oct. 10

Forty-two Detroit tourists will
make up the 1966 Israel survey
tour of the Detroit Service Group
which leaves for overseas Monday.
It is one of the largest contin-
gents of local people to participate
in an annual study tour of facil-
ities and agencies aiding Jews
overseas with funds raised by the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Harvey Willens is chairman of
the group, with Jerry Bielfield as
co-chairman. Sol Dr a chler, as-
sistant director of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, will serve as tour
director.
The group will spend three days
in Italy where they will visit at
immigration centers and then fly
on to Israel for a 12-day stay. The
tour concludes Oct. 26.
Some members of the group have
planned an extended stay in Israel
or countries in Europe while others
will return immediately to Detroit.
On the tour will be Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Bader, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Begun, Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Bern-
stein, Mr. and Mrs. Bielfield, Mr.
John L. Brown, Mrs. James Buhai,
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham L. Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Deutch,
Mr. and Mrs. Drachler, Mr. and
Mrs. David Dunsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry J. Goldberg, Mrs. Louis
Grotta, Mr. and Mrs. Julius J.
Harwood, Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Katz-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Alf r e d W.
Keats, Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMed,
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Must, Mrs. Abe
Nusbaum, M
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sigel,
Mrs. Saul Sloan, Mrs. Michael
Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Willens and
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin A. Wilner.

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Prof. Milton Sterne, director of
adult education of Wayne State
University, has joined in the
sponsorship of the lecture to be
given by Sam Levenson 8:30 p.m.,
Thursday at Rackham Auditorium.
Other sponsors of the lecture
are WSU's University Professor
John M. Dorsey, the J. L. Hudson
Co., Hadassah and the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit.
An invitation has been extended
to the entire community to attend
the lecture. Admission will be free
and there will be no solicitations.
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