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April 05, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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Bayit to Feature Lecture on Hagada

The Belt Cafe will present
Rabbi Max Weine, Midrasha
instructor, in an illustrated
lecture on "The Development
and Significance of the
- Hagada" 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Bayit, 16845 Muirland.,
On April 16, "The Blue
Angel," starring Emil tan-
nings and Marlene Dietrich
will be shown at 8 p.m.
Esther Broner, professor of
English and author-in-resi-
dence at Wayne State Uni-

versity, will read from her
new novel "Her Mothers" 8
p.m. April 23 at the Bayit.
Tamar Levitt will sing He-
brew songs 8 p.m. April 30.
Refreshments will be served
at all events except during
Pesah. For information, call
the Bayit, 861-1929.

Benson-Kellman
Troth. Announced

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
42—Friday, April 5, 1974

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Benson of Church Ave., Oak
Park,- announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Linda
Robin to Richard Eric Kell-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs
Theodore E. Kellman of
Patton Ave.

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Fishmans Celebrate Centerpiece for Seder: Food for Thought
A special Passover table piece is meant to provide Jewish Center have received
50th An
centerpiece will appear on American Jewish families the centerpieces. They also

• 'N:is,g.4NY"

THE FISHMANS

Mr. and Mrs. Morris H.
Fishman of Sutton Ct., South-
field, were honored by their
children Sunday at a cham-
pagne brunch at Cong.
Shaarey _Zedek on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
Their children are Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Fishman, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter S. Nuss-
baum and Dr. and Mrs. Joel
I. Hamburger. Their 10
grandchildren also attended.
Mr. Fishman owned Market
Basket Food, Inc. prior to
his retirement in 1959. He
has since served on the
board of directors of the
Jewish Center Retired Busi-
nessmen's Club, was trea-
surer of the Shaar'ey Zedek
burial society and chaired
the daily minyan.
The Fishmans have been
active in the Zionist Organi-
zation of Detroit, Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the Jewish
Welf a rg Federation. Mrs.
Fishman is a member of
Hadassah.
To commemorate the oc-
casion, the Fishmans' chil-
dren planted the Morris and
Ethel Fishman Grove of 1,000
trees in Israel under the
auspices of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.

many Detroit-area Seder with material for discussion will be on seder tables at
Federation Apartments, as
about the future of Jews.
fables this week.
The centerpiece is an well as tables of the Jewish
Designed by the United
Jewish Appeal, the center- eight-sided abstract construc- Home for Aged.
Congregations S h a arey
tion formed by two tablets
slotted together, eight inches Zedek, Beth Shalom, and
in diameter and 10 inches Temple Israel will be using
them for their congregational
high.
It includes the traditional seders.
four questions asked at the
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"Why is this night/of Pass-
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and
Passover nights? On all other
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deliverance of the past. To-
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faith in the future to help
insure the survival of our
people in Israel and of
Jews everywhere."
The artwork of the seder
centerpiece represents the
Israeli 'soldier. carrying the
Torah into captivity, the Rus-
Howard Wasserman, for- sian Jewish immigrant carry-
mer director of the Bnai ing a Torah to freedom in
Brith Hillel Foundation at Israel, the American Jewish
Mrs. S. Steiner
Temple University, Philadel- family, the Hasid and the
35 Years Experience
phia, has been appointed as- Jews from Moslem lands.
Doctors Referals
The nearly 600 families
sistant executive director of
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announced by Sidney J. ent-toddlep program of the
Winer, president. Wasser-
man, who has a masters de-
gree in social work from the
University of Pennsylvania,
will direct the summer pro-
gram at Camp Tamarack,
OF MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S
Ortonville, and will be re-
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Center Summer Registration
Open for Arts and Sports Camps

Registration is still open
for the Jewish Center's 1974
summer program which in-
cludes 16 programs for chil-
dren and youth.
Camp of the Arts is a new
program in which partici-
pants may choose from spe-
cialties such as drawing and
painting, sculpture and cera-
mics, weaving, jewelry and
metalcraft, music, modern
dance, dramatics and pho-
tography. Camp of the Arts
Jr. is designed for grades
5-6 and Camp of the Arts
Sr. is for grades 7-10.
The' summer program is
divided into two sessions, be-
ginning June 24 and July 22.
For information or brochure,
contact the Center group
services office, 341-4200.
* * *
The Center's sports skills
and tennis and gymnastics
camps are now taking reg-
istration.
Sports skills camp for
boys sages 9-12, emphasizes
improving skills, swimming,
physical fitness, and sports-
oriented field trips. Regis-
tration is limited to 60 per-
sons.
The Center tennis and
gymnastics camp is begin-
ning its second season. The
camp is offered to junior
high school youngster s,
grades 7-9. Tennis, gymnas-
ties, swimming, softball, and
weekly all-day outings are in-
cluded in the program. Limit
is 24 campers. For informa-
tion, call the Center physical
education department, 341-
4200.

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A special eight-week course
in "parent effectiveness train-
ing" will be available. at the
Jewish Center 10 Mile I 9 Mlle & Coolidge -A & P Center 399 6766
Branch beginning 7:30 p.m. imenimineemmlimm=eneimminnoemelemenes
April 29. Anita Kahn is in-
structor.
Registration for the eight-
week course for adults is
now taking place for Center
members only through April
15. Nonmembers may regis-
ter beginning April 16. There
is a charge. For information,
contact the Center educa-
tional services office, 341-
4200.

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Guide Is Issued
on Nursing Homes

Citizens for Better Care
<CBC), a Detroit-based con-
sumer's organization c o n -
cerned with improving the
quality of care in nursing
homes, homes for the aged
and other after-care facilities
has published a booklet en-
titled "How To Choose A
Nursing Home: A Shopping
and Rating Guide!'
Jointly prepared by CBC,
the Institute of Gerontology
of the University of Michi-
gan/Wayne State University,
the publication offers a com-
plete guide on who belongs
in the nursing home, what to
look for when choosing a
home and what services can
be expected, from a home
which provides good care.
Copies arel available from
CBC, 960 E. I Jefferson. (963-
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