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March 06, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, March 6, 1970

MUSIC BY

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS

ORCHESTRA

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Gordis to Deliver Zwerdling Lectures at University of Michigan Next Week

Dr. Robert Gordis, Seminary
Professor of Bible at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, will deliver
the 13th annual Zwerdling Lecture
Series Monday and Tuesday at the
University of Michigan.
Under the auspices of the depart-
ment of Near Eastern languages
and literatures at U. of M., the

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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS

Helen Zinberg R. E.

The community is invited to hear
William T. Patrick Jr., president
New Detroit, Inc., discuss "The
Relationship of
New Detrort fn
the Suburbs" 8:30
p.m. Thursday at
Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Patrick's ap-
pearance is being
sponsored by
Shaarey Zedek's
Men's Club as
part of a series of
discussions of
Patrick
community issues. Program chair-
man is Myron Milgrom.
The mayors and city councils
of South Oakland County and the
members of Southfield civic and
fraternal organizations are being
invited to bear Patrick explain
how New Detroit's operations
affect them.
Patrick became president of New
Detroit when the group was incor-
porated in August 1968, prior to
which he was executive director of
the New Detroit Committee.
' A former Detroit City Council-
man and member of many city,
county, state and U.S. boards and
committees, Patrick on leave from t
Michigan Bell Telephone Co. to di-
rect activities of New Detroit.

Hillel Students Plant
218 Trees in Israel

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From LONDON, ENGLAND

ZAN GILBERT
and His ORCHESTRA

'New Detroit, Suburbs
'1.13ject of Talk to Be
Delivered by• Patrick

SPEED

in the field of biblical scholarship
and the area of religion and its
relevance to the contemporary
scene.
In 1970, the Indiana University
Press is publishing his latest book,
"Poets, Prophets and Sages—
Essays in Biblical Interpretation."

rabbinate.
Founder of the Beth-El Day
School in Rockaway Park (now the
Robert Gordis Day School), oldest
Conservative day school in Amer-
ica, he also founded Judaism quar-
terly.
Dr. Gordis has written 12 books

series is sponsored by the sons of
Ann Arbor communal leader Osias
Zwerdling, honorary life president
of Beth Israel Congregation.
Dr. Gordis, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Beth El of Rockaway Park
and professor of religion at Temple
University, Philadelphia, will speak
three times while in Ann Arbor. At
4:10 p.m. Monday in Room 182 of
the physics-astronomy building, he
will discuss "Methodology of Bib-
lical Exegis." At 8 p.m. that day,
he will speak on "The Meaning of
Jewish Existence: Modern Prob-
lems and Biblical Views" in the
Zwerdling-Cohn Chapel of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Building.
At 4:10 p.m. Tuesday, again in
Room 182, his topic will be "The
Nature of the Massoretic Texts' in
the Light of the Qumran Scrolls."
Dr. Gordis is consultant to the
Center for the Study of Democra-
tic Institutions for the Fund of
the Republic, served for nearly
a decade as adjunct professor of
religion at Columbia University
and has been the only Jewish
scholar to teach Bible at Union
Theological Seminary, leading
Protestant seminary in America.
He is past president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, repre-
senting all wings of American
Judaism, and of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America. the national
association of he Conservative

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Hillel Day School presented the .
Jewish National Fund with a check
for 218 trees which the students
purchased for the Jerusalem For-i
est in Israel. Presenting the $545
•check on behalf of the students, is
Stewart Wayne, a fifth grader at
Hillel. Rabbi Simon Murciano
(left), headmaster of the school,
looks on as Percy Kaplan, execu-
director of the Jewish National
I Fund, accepts the check. •

I

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\ offensive.. - --Sanfuel Johnson

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