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September 11, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-11

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Dr. Covensky Due
for
Fall Forum of
U.S. 'Food for Freedom' Aids Israeli Kids
Federation Women

26—Friday, September 11, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Milton Covensky, Wayne State
University history professor, will
speak at the Fall Forum of the
women's division, Jewish Welfare
Federation 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Jewish Center.
Dr. Covensky, who received his
PhD from the University of Michi-
gan, will talk on "Is Judaism
Relevant to OUR Way of Life?"
as a part of the two-session forum
which has as its theme "Will Our
Children Be Jewish in 1980?••
Author of "The Ancient Near

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lecture series that will cover the
knoweldge required to "OPERATE
AN ApPARTm•NT BUILDING
SUCCESSFULLY." The sessions
will he held 7:30 p.m. on five suc-
cessive Mondays at the Sheraton-
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to nonprofessional investors by
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Eastern Tradition" published by
Harper in 1966, Dr. Covensky
most recently co-authored "In-
terpretations of European Hist-
ory," published by Dorsey Press.

candletighting List

New Hebrew Almanac"
Offered at Jewish News

Standing at the foot of "The Statue of Liberty," two Israeli camp
counselors welcome Mrs. Rhoda Cohen, of the Hadassah Council in
Israel, and Wat T. Cluverius, IV, economic officer of the American
Embassy, on an inspection tour. Over 12,500 underprivileged chil-
dren in Jerusalem summer day camps receive hot lunches through
the United States Food for Freedom program, which is administered
by the Hadassah Council in Israel. Made under the provisions of
Public Law No. 480, the American government gives surplus foods
such as flour, oil and milk powder to orphanages, hospitals, Youth
Aliya institutions and schools.

Hadassah Myrtle Wreath Going
to Mrs. Adler at Chapter Meeting

Mrs. Morris "Goldie" Adler will
be the recipient of the Hadassah
"Myrtle Wreath" Award at the
opening meeting of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek.
Mrs. Max Schen k, national
Hadassah president, who has just
returned from Israel, will speak
on "The Future Is Now."
Mrs. Adler came to Detroit 32
years ago with her husband, the
late Rabbi Adler. She served as
president of the Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah during 1944-45. When
Rabbi Adler became an armed
forces chaplain during World War
II, she accompanied him, and
when the rabbi went overseas she
returned to Detroit to give her
time and efforts to many philan-
thropic. social and educational
agencies here.

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Hadassah, Bnai Brith, the Shapero
School of Nursing. Women's Guild
of Sinai Hospital and the South.
field Arts Council.
She was appointed by Wakei -
Cisler to the centennial committee
of Wayne State University and
more recently was asked to ser% e
as an honorary chairman of the
Detroit Job Training Center for
Women. She has a daughter. N11,
Eli (Shulamithi 13enstein, and
four grandchildren.
Mrs. Albert Newman. chairman
of the day, and vice president of
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Farband Units to Hear
Report on N.Y. Meeting

Branches of the Farband City
Committee will meet . 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 19 at the Workmen's Circle
Center, where they will hear a
report on the national board con-
ference. recently held at Unser
Camp, llighland Mill, New York.
Detroiters who attended were
Ben Harold, Movsas Goldoftas,
Joseph Katz and Harry Schumer.
Also on the Sept. 19 progra:n
will be a progress report on the
new Labor Zionist Institute, and
Sam Hochman will present read-
ings from Sholorn Aleichcm. Re-;
freshments will be served. The
public is invited at no charge.

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MRS. MORRIS ADLER
Her main interest always has
will highlight
meeting, which
been in the field of education.
membership and the Hadassah
She received degrees in Hebrew Medical Organization.
and English, and taught both in
Working with Mrs. Newman arc
New York schools before and Mesdames Seymour Lichter, Mar-
after her marriage. Since com- vin Mitteldorf and Richard Rosen-
ing to Detroit, she has taught
thal of the program committee:
the Bible to adult classes and
Mrs. Nathan Soberman, social
has been a frequent book re-
committee chairman: Mrs. Byron
viewer at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Gerson and Mrs. Morton Fried-
An organizer of the Women's man, visual aids: and Mrs. Leo
Division of the Detroit Round Keeps, publicity chairman.
Table of Catholics, Protestants and

of the Jewish Welfare Federation,
Mrs. Adler also is on the hoard of

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Mrs. John L. Greenberg is
chairman of the 1970 Fall Forum
planning committee. Chairman for
the meeting Wednesday is Mrs.
Bernard Stollman, with Mrs. Rob-
ert Weinstock as vice-chairman.
Coffee will be served prior to
the meeting.

The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
has just issued the new pocket-
size 1970-1971 Hebrew Almanac,
containing the year's calendar in
English and Hebrew.
Other features are the Friday
candle-lighting time for the East-
ern, Central and Western time
zones (adjusted for daylight-sav-
ing time); all the holidays and fast
days, permissable wedding dates,
important prayers in English and
Hebrew and the American and
Israeli National anthems.
This new almanac is available
free to the readers of The Jewish
News by sending a stamped, self-
addressed envelope to the paper.

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