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March 26, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-26

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32—Friday, March 26, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Handlemon, Fisher
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Lidies Get Counseling

MONTREAL (JTA) The Jew-
ish Vocational Service. here has
started a program of counseling
for Jewish homemakers who are
seeking to reenter the job market
after their children reach an age
making that possible. .Interviews
with experienced counselors, to-
gether with aptitude testing, pro-
vided a basis for making decisions
on what to do and where to go
for such women.

Friends of BILL BROWN
and NANCY ADELSBERG
would like to wish them a
hearty Mazel Tov on their
recent wedding. They were
married Sunday evening,
March 14, at Shaar Hasho-
mayim Synagogue, Windsor.
Rabbi Samuel S. Stollman
officiated, with Cantor Saul
Nadvan. The Browns will
reside in Windsor, where
they are both attending
school.

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deepest thanks to all my

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the many cards and gifts

they sent me during my

illness at Harper Hospital.

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SCHOICHIT

MAX SCH RUT

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BLAIR STUDIO

Meyer Levin Defends
His Hagacla Version

Detroit philanthropist David
Randleman was elected to the
board of directors of the United
Bias Service, and another De-
troiter, Max M. Fisher was re-
elected vice president. Judge The-
odore Levin was a member of
the board of directors until his
death earlier this year. Long as-
sociated with the work of the
Jewish community, Handleman is
associate chairman of the capital
needs committee of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and vice
chairman of the 1971 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund. In 1970, he was a member
of the Special Prime Minister
Mission to Israel.

Birmingham Temple
Maps Spring Series

Birmingham Temple announces
its spring literary series' of five
Monday evening discussions with
Rabbi Sherwin Wine, will begin
8:30 p.m. April 5 at Robert Frost
Junior High School, Oak Park.
Rabbi Wine will present a fresh
look at contemporary cinema,
drama and fiction on the theme
"Conflicts in Identity."
For the opening session, he will
review "Joe" by Norman Wexler.
Other sessions will explore "Worn-
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April 12; "Love Story" by Erich
Segal, April 19; "Forbidden Colors"
by Yukio Mishima, April 26; and
"Five Easy Pieces" by Adrian
Joyce, May 3.
For information, call the Bir-
mingham Temple office, 549-5490.

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Editor, The Jewish News:
I was interested in your reac-
tion to my Hagada, but I think
that those of your readers who
may want to use this type of Ha-
gada may be needlessly put off by
the impression you leave that my
treatment of the text is carelessly
abbreviated. You remark, "one
wonders whether anything like
this work can possibly be accept-
able."
The work is not only acceptable
to many highly particular mem-
bers of the rabbinate, naturally
of the more liberal variety, but
has been used by them in the last
few years. Far from "killing off
the spirit of the seder ritual" it
has been found by many families
who used it to restore that spirit,
in place of the boredom of the
long portions in the so-called tra-
ditional text, portions which even
many Orthodox either skip or
mumble.
Nor were the elisions made
thoughtlessly. Every line, in-
deed every word was examined,
and with rabbinical advice—
again, liberal. Indeed what I
have done is to restore the text
to the earlier tradition—removing
mostly accretions made in Po-
lish and Russian versions, and
kept as though every word were
scripture.
You speak of things I felt out
but fail to mention that I re-
stored the recitation of Psalms
that used to be recited at the
temple service itself. Nor that I
added the Ten Commandments
which are perfectly appropriate
to the seder service. Nor that I
added a prayer for the martyrs
of the Holocaust, of resistance
struggles and the defense of Israel.
I have reemphasized the enjoy-
ment of the seder as well as its
serious aspects, and if you will in-
clude the songs, the traditional
recitations and the discussions
that are encouraged I think you
will find that this is far from
"just another feast with a brief
program."
MEYER LEVIN
62 W. 91st St.
New York

Dr Jack Feldman, executive di-
rector of the Mount Vernon Nurs-
ing Center, will officiate at a Pass-
over seder for patients and their
relatives 6 p.m. April 8. He will be
assisted by his two young sons.
There are some '75-80 Jewish
residents at the center, 26715
Greenfield, Southfield, which has
a patient total of 164, according to
Vincent DeMasi, administrator. All
residents may attend the second
annual event.
For reservations, by April 3,
call DeMasi, 352-0050. He requests
that no more than two relatives
per patient attend the seder.

■•••••■■••••■•••■■

At a meeting in Detroit to
to discuss research and develop-
ment projects for the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology
are (from left) Frank Theyleg
of the society's Detroit Chapter,
Michael Pinto, president of Pio-
neer Engineering and Manufac-
turing Co. in Warren and Haifa;
and Dr. H. Bernstein, director
of the Technion Research and
Development Foundation in
Haifa. Pioneer's new engineer-
ing firm in Haifa will work in
many areas of applied research
and development.

Brussels Confab to Be
Topic at Branch 2 Meeting

Yuediaa. PiviL

Mrs. Adele Mondry, chairman,
announces that Branch Two, Poalei
Zion, will hold a symposium on the
Brussels Conference on Soviet
Jewry 8 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Brose, 23237
Providence, Southfield. Helen Opa-
towski and Judith Grant, Detroit
delegates to the world meeting,
will be the maim' speakers.

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`Matzo of Hope'
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Judge Lawrence Gubow, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council, announced that the Corn-
munity Council will once again
coordinate distribution of the
"Matzo of Hope" statement on
behalf of Soviet Jewry.
Designed for inclusion in Pass-
over seder services, that state-
ment reaffirms support for Soviet
Jews seeking freedom to go to
Israel or to live within the Soviet
Union fully as Jews. The text of
the statement is in English, He-
brew and Yiddish.
Copies of the statement have
been sent to all Jewish organiza-
tional representatives urging their
support to insure the widest pos-
sible distribution and use of the
statement. Judge Gubow stated
that limited quantities of the state-
ment at cost are available through
the Council office.
The "Matzo of Hope" project
is a function of the American
Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry.

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