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November 02, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-02

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32—Friday, November 2, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Vatican's Choice of American Art j Meds 111- Jacobson
Topic of Lawrence Fleischman

Former Detroiter Lawrence
A. Fleischman, director of the
Kennedy Galleries, Inc., of
New York, who recently was
asked to acquire the Ameri-
can art collection for the
Vatican, will speak on "The
Vatican and American Art,"
8 p.m. Saturday at Shaarey
Zedek Synagogue. A recep-
tion will follow the free lec-
ture.
Almost 60 per cent of
American art selected by the
Vatican to be exhibited in its
museum of world art is by
American Jewish artists, ac-
cording to Fleischman, who

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co-founded the Archives of
American Art.
The only criterion for any
of the purchases is that the
work transmit some religious
or spiritual feeling — "not a
difficult prerequisite," said
Fleischman, who always felt
one could not "separate the
experience of looking at great
works of art from being in a
beautiful synagogue or
church."
Fleischman, the son of
Stella and Arthur Fleisch-
man, became a fulltime art
dealer in 1966, when he
bought a half-interest in the
Kennedy Galleries.
The lecture-reception is
being hosted by the fine arts
division of Shaarey Zedek's
cultural commission, of
which Dr. Harvey Beaver is
chairman. Maxwell Katzen is
cultural commission chair-
man and Mrs. Sidney Winer
co-chairman. Mrs. David
Kliger is chairman of public
relations.

JOE MILLER

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Soloman and Cantor Murray
Nixon officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller
of Elgin Ave., Oak Park. The
bridegroom is the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Jacobson.
Attending the bride was
Marilyn Gaerber, maid of
honor. Best man was the
bridegroom's brother-in-law,
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a program to collect canned
goods for the needy in De-
troit's Jewish community.

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operative Council, and with
the cooperation of Bnai Brith,
canned goods will be accept-
ed at the Bnai Brith Council
office, 21711 W. 10 Mile,
Southfield, and distributed to
those on a confidential list
coordinated by the Coopera-
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Organizations Asked to Collect
Canned Food to Help Poor, Aged

Michigan Branch of Wom-
en's League for Conservative
Judaism will sponsor "Train-
ing for Branch Service" 9:30
a.m. Nov. 19 and 20 at Cong.
Beth Moses.
Mrs. Milton C. Lippitz of
Chicago, national coordina-
tor for organization and ser-
vice activities, will lead the
session.
Officers and activity chair-
men of Michigan Branch and
sisterhood presidents and
vice-presidents are invited.
Refreshments will be served.
For registration, by Nov. 12,
call Mrs. Sol Docks, 557-0546.

The latter, a service arm
of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations, is
an umbrella group of some
14 w o m e n's organizations
that assist those in need.
Sheila Ordin, chairman of the
council, said the 420 family
names on the list represent
some 3,000 individuals.
She said Dennis Rice, direc-
tor of Bnai Brith Metropolitan
Detroit Council, Volunteered
the use of the Bnai Brith of-
fice as a distribution point
and said Bnai Brith Youth
Organization members would
form a mitzva corps to dis-
tribute the canned goods.
For information, call Mrs.
Ordin, 353-9463, or Rice,
354-5721.
Earlier, the Jewish Com-
munity Council, in a mailing
to presidents of affiliated or-
ganizations, noted that there
are indigent and aged Jews
living in the central city and
downtown areas who are
helped by nondenominational

emergency food distribution
centers.
Myra Gross, the National
Council of Jewish Women
representative on the Gover-
nor's Ad Hoc Committee on
Hunger and Malnutrition, is
coordinating the effort in the
Jewish community under
JCCouncil auspices.
She said that every one of
the 12 emergency food dis-
tribution centers in Detroit is
in need of funds, volunteers
and foodstuffs. She said in-
volvement can be as mini-
mal as bringing a can of
food to a meeting for collec-
tion and subsequent delivery
to a food center, or as direct

as volunteering to drive re-
cipients to food centers or
working there. The latter in-
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stocking shelves or serving
meals.
Interested organizations or
individuals may call Mrs.
Gross, 541-4985, between 5
and 7 p.m., or Rubyjean
Gould at the Jewish Commu-
nity Council office, 962-1880.

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Rabbi to Supervise
Lubavitch Nursery

Rabbi Dovid Segal, youth
director of the Lubavitch
Center, will be the director
of the Mishkan Israel nur-
sery school. He plans to ex-
pand the sessions to include
morning hours.
The nursery school has
started its second year of
sessions for boys and girls,
age 3-5. The classes meet
12:30-3 p.m. Monday through
Thursday.
Rabbi Segal explains the
nursery program includes
learning the alphabet and
numbers, identifying shapes
and colors and basic craft
skills. There will also be an
emphasis on principles of
good citizenship and familiar-
ization with Jewish holidays.
For information, call Rabbi
Segal, 548-2666 or 548-0446.

Relatives Sought

A Detroiter has been asked
to locate the whereabouts of
the surviving relatives of
Dvora Delev (Adelson), of
Kibutz Kfar Blum. It is be-
lieved that the relatives are
living here.
They are Ruth Weis Adel-
son (Idelson), wife of Louis
Keis (or Wise), and mother
of a son and daughter; Dave
Adelson and his wife Ruth;
and two aunts, Sha ink e
(Shaine) and Bashke (Bat-
ya), last name unknown.
For information, call Mrs.
Michael Michlin, 399-6839.

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MISS MARCIE SHAPIRO

Mr. and Mrs. Avery Sha-
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Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rabins of
Catalina Ave., Southfield.
Miss Shapiro is a senior at
Eastern Michigan University,
majoring in education. Her
fiance attends medical school
in Guadalajara, Mexico.
An August wedding is
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Miss Teitelbaum was grad-
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was graduated from New
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student at Harvard Law
School.

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