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January 17, 1975 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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Center Plans Family Concert

Children's classics "Peter
and the Wolf," and Hayden's
"Toy Symphony" will high-
light the Jewish Community
Center Symphony's family
concert 3:30 p.m. Jan. 26 in

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the Aaron DeRoy Theater.
The concert is under the di-
rection of conductor Julius
Chajes.
Rabbi Robert Syme, of
Temple Israel, will narrate
the presentation of "Peter
and the Wolf."
The Recorders Court, an
unusual ensemble specializ-
ing lyrical music of medieval
times, will also perform. The
group uses instruments which
date back to pre-Renaissance
times.
Tickets are available at the
Center ticket office. For in-
formation, contact the Cen-
ter, 341-4200.

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Lehrman. to Head Rabbinical Division of Community Council

Rabbi Moses Lehrman of
Cong. Bnai Moshe was elect-
ed to a one-year term as
president of the rabbinical
commission of the Jewish
Community Council of Metro-
politan Detroit. He succeeds
Rabbi Max Kapustin, chap-
lain of Bnai Brith Hillel at
Wayne State University. Ka-
pustin was commission pres-
ident during the past two
years.
Other officers are Rabbi
Milton Rosenbaum, Temple
Em'anu-El, vice president;
and Rabbi Ernst Conrad,
Temple Kol Ami, secretary-
treasurer.
Items on the commission's
agenda for this year include
consideration of the problems
that the community faces in
continuing to maintain • ob-
servance of Jewish law.
The rabbinical group also
plans to explore the status
and problems that young con-

pies face in preserving the
tradition of ritual circumci-
sion of newborn Jewish
males.
In his first official act as

Registration Open at Midrasha

Registration now is open
for classes at the Midrasha
College of Jewish Studies for
persons who wish to pursue a,
liberal education in Jewish'
studies.
The programs offered lead
to the degree of bachelor of
Hebrew literature in the divi-
sion of advanced Hebrew stu-
dies, and students in this di-
vision may earn a Hebrew
teacher's certificate. Many
of the classes in the division
are in Hebrew.
There also is a division of
Judaic studies which leads to
the degree of bachelor of Ju-
daic studies. Classes in this
division are in English. Both

been able to use the Hill St.
facilities to celebrate a tra-
ditional Sabbath, observe the
kashrut laws and sponsor
Jewish programs.

divisions offer an associate
degree.
Among the courses in He-
brew are "Survey of Jewish
History," "Topical Survey of
Biblical Themes," "Hebrew
Literature, Grammar and
Composition," "Basic Hebrew
Composition," "Topics i n
Contemporary Halakhic Lit-
erature," "Jews in the 20th
Century," "Readings in Mid.
rashic Literature" and "Sel-
ections from Modern Hebrew
Literature."
Courses in English include:
"Messianic Movements in
Modern Judaism," "Medi-
eval J e wish Philosophy,"
"Pirke Avot," "Sociology of
the American Jewish Com-
munity," "The World of the
Bible" and "Understanding
Judaism Through Kabala."
Courses are open to the
public on a non-credit basis.
For information, call the col-
lege, 352-7117.

Zionist Federation
Names Director

Arabs May Conceal
U.S. Gold Purchases

NEW YORK—Dr. Samuel
I. Cohen of Far Rockaway,
N.Y., has been named exec-
utive director of the Ameri-
can Zionist Federation, an-
nounces Mrs. Faye Schenk,
president.
An ordained rabbi and an
authority on adult Jewish ed-
ucation, Dr. Cohen will su-
pervise 23 local Zionist fed-
erations throughout the coun-
try, and develop programs to
strengthen the AZF's pri-
mary role as the spokesman
for the entire American Zion-
ist movement.

WASHINGTON (ZINS) —
The U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment has advised that per-
missiOn to purchase gold •ap-
plies only to American citi-
zens and that no gold will be
sold to foreign governments.
Business circles, however,
are certain that the Arab oil-
producing countries will find
ways of getting around this
ban by employing agents and
nominees to purchase gold
for them.

Hebrew House May Close

Ann Arbor's Hebrew House,
serving as a traditional home
for Jewish students and the
community, may be forced to
close its doors.
Students Steve Rocklin and
Steven Rothschild informed
The Jewish News that Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity now
wants to re-open its Univer-
sity of Michigan chapter and
re-occupy its former quarters
that have been occupied by
Hebrew House.
The students of Hebrew
House are hoping that Sigma
Alpha Mu will change its
plans or else that other quar-
ters can be found.
Thirty men and women
residents of the building have

Authors to Speak
on Child Care
at Center Branch

Beth El Singles
to Host Speakers

Adele Faber and Elaine
Mazlish, authors -of "Liber-
ated Parents/Liberated Chil-
dren," will present a special
lecture-workshop 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center.
The lecture is the first of
a four-part growth series of-
fered by the Center. There is
a chargé. For registration,
or information, contact the
Center Group Services office,
341-4200.

Beth El Singles will con-
clude its current cultural
series \ 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the temple.
Ben Adler, school psycholo-
gist and trained hypnotist,
will speak on "Practical Ap-
plication of Ethical Hypnosis
in the Healing Arts." Dem-
onstrations will be given.
Local artist Max Shaye will
will speak on "Everything
You Always Wanted to Know
About Art, But Were Afraid
to Ask." Shaye will also give
a slide presentation.
Rabbi Jeffrey Lazar, edu-
cation director of Temple
Beth El, will speak on "Inter-
marriage." There is a charge,
and guests are invited.

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Ex-Detroiter Feted

Former Detroiter Marilyn
Schwartz, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Kersh, of
Southfield, has been making
a big splash in the Phoenix,
Ariz., art world.
Phoenix television and
newspapers have featured
her functional sculptures and
furniture designs which are
beginning to grace Phoenix
apartments and homes.
She studied sculpture and
graphic design at Wayne
State University, but loves
interior design, including
building her own furniture.
She and her husband have
lived in Phoenix three years.

brunch session Feb. 10 at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Membership in the rabbini-
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rabbis in the Detroit area, and
includes representatives of
the Orthodox, Conservative,
end Reform movements.

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