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August 28, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, August 28, 1970

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half truth in argument, like
Local Agencies Staff Workers Punctuated Hebrew Bible a half brick, carries better. —
to Be Published in Israel
Stephen Leacock.
AVIV (JTA)—It soon will I
to Attend Institute at Tamarack ; be TEL
easier to read the Bible in

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Professional staff workers of! During the morning session,
Jewish agencies in Detroit will at- Irwin Shaw, executive director of
tend the annual Professional Staff the Jewish Center. and Rabbi
Institute Sept. 18 at the Butzel Con- Irwin Groner of Cong. Shaarey,
ference Center of Camp Tamarack. Zedek will be a part of the pro-
Ortonville. gram.
William Avrunin, executive vice
Dr. Isaac Franck. executive vice
president of the Jewish Community president of the Jewish Welfare
Council of Greater Washington, Federation, will speak during the
Washington. D.C., will be keynote afternoon program.
speaker. Ile will discuss the Jew-
The Professional Staff Insti-
ish professional worker and Jewish
tute, sponsored by the Federa-
agencies and the - Nature of Their
tion, has been held annually for
Political Response to Contempor-
21 years for in-service training
ary Issues."
and orientation of workers from
Buses will transport the con-
Jewish social service and educa-
ferees from the Jewish Center's 10
tional agencies in the Detroit
Mile branch to the Ortonville camp
area.
at 8:30 a.m. and return at 3 p.m.
Harold Dubin, community affairs
associate of the Jewish Community
Council, is chairman of the insti-
tute. Serving on the planning com-
mittee are Michael Zaks, Fresh Air
Society; Dr. Morton Plotnick, Jew-
ish Center; Ida Kost, Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service; Cyn-
thia Bernstein, Jewish Home for
This Week's Radio and
Aged: Gerald Goldstein, Jewish
Television Programs
Vocational Service and Community
Workshop; Mrs. Norma G. Silver,
IN CONTACT
Sinai Hospital; Mrs. Rae Good-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
man, United Hebrew Schools; and
Station: WJR
Alan D. Kandel, Jewish Welfare
Feature: Religion and man are Federation, secretary.
placed "in contact."

Hebrew. A fully punctuated Hebrew
text of the Pentateuch , complete
with taamim (vowel symbols), I
prepared by Dr. Moshe Annat, will
be published shortly by the Am
Oved Publishing House. The Penta-
teuch will be prepared in stages.

MRS. MARTIN PEVZNER

Dems Nominate
Mrs. Miller, Pincus

The Democrats' candidate for
governor, Sander Levin, will have
Livonia Mayor Edward H. Mc-
Namara as his November running
mate, the 3.000 delegates to the
state Democratic convention
agreed.
In addition to the lieutenant
governor, delegates nominated
other top ticket holders. Among
the candidates for education posts
are Annetta Miller of Huntington
Woods, who ran unsuccessfully-
for U.S. Congress and is up for
president of the State Board of
Education; and Max Pincus, Plea-
sant Ridge businessman and lead-
er in the Jewish community, who
was nominated for the Wayne
State University board of gover-
nors.

ITS A FACT

J

On

the

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "The Rabbis' Sons"
with Baruch Chait, Label Shafman,
Itzy Weinberger and Michael Zheut-
lin, performing Hasidic folk music.
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel explores this new idiom in
Jewish music.

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "The Sex Ethic"—a
discussion dealing with the con-
troversy over sex education in
the public schools—will include
as participants Dr. Robert Luby,
divisional director of health, physi-
cal education and safety for the
Detroit Public Schools; Dr. George
Barahal, professor of educational
and clinical psychology at Wayne
State University; and Rabbi M.
Robert Syme of Temple Israel.

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Rainfall in Israel varies from an
annual fall of 40 inches in- the
north to one inch in Eilat, Israel's
southern port. Rain falls only in
the winter months.

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Air

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday
Station: WDEE
Feature: "An Interview with
Gershon Kingsley." The innovator
in synagogue music and composer
of "Shabat for Today," is inter-
viewed as a result of his participa-
tion in the 17th annual convention
of cantors in Curacao.

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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ewry

Rudene Ilene Meyersohn became
the bride of Dr. Martin Mitchell
Pevzner at Kingsley Inn Sunday
afternoon.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Meyersohn cf
Freeland Ave. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Pevzner of Pennsylvania Ave.,
Southfield.
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor
Simon Bermanis officiated.
The bride wore an Empire-
waisted silk organza gown with
an illusion top, embroidered lace
and full bishop sleeves. She car-
ried a bouquet of Stephanotis,
roses and miniature carnations
on her confirmation Bible.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Richard Landau, the bridegroom's
sister; Mrs. Jack Stein; Mrs.
Thomas Buroker; and Susan Dis-
ncr.
Others in the party were Dr.
Thomas Buroker, best man; Jack
Stein, brother of the bride; Dr.
Norman Levine of New York; and
Herman Neuman.
The couple plans to live in Ann
Arbor.

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