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October 10, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Leon Jick Will Address
Shaarey Zedek Culture Series

Dr. Leon Jick, director of
the Lown Graduate Center
for Contemporary Jewish
Studies at Brandeis Univer-
sity, will deliver three lec-
tures on "The Pattern of
American Jewish Life"
Tuesday, Oct. 21 and Nov. 5
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The lectures will begin at
8:30 p.m.
National pro&am - chair-
man of Bnai Brith and a
member of the board of the
Center for Contemporary
Jewry at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, Dr.
Jick will speak on "The Syn-
agogue as Community: Ini-
tial Adjustments of Juda-
ism to America" at the
Tuesday lecture.

Beth Abraham
Hillel
Sisterhood
Bazaar

Nov. 16
5075 W. Maple Rd., W.
Bloomfield

Dinitz Urges Jewish Unity

Dinner to Cite Torah Gift

On Oct. 21 he will speak
on "The Community as Syn-
agogue: Experiments in the
Sacredness of the Secular"
and on Nov. 5, "The Next 200
Years: Problems and Pros-
pects for American Jewry."
Presented by the Shaarey
Zedek cultural commission,
the lectures are open to the
public free of charge. Mrs.
Peter A. Martin is chairman
of the cultural commission.

Beth El Begins
Cultural Series

Rabbi Richard C. Hertz.
spiritual leader of Temple
Beth El, will be the speaker
at the opening of a new se-
ries of cultural evenings 8:30
p.m. Oct. 28 at the syn-
agogue.
Rabbi Hertz will review
"Ragtime" by E. L. Docto-
row, a commentary on real
and fictional events during
the early part of the 20th
Century.
The program will be held
the fourth Tuesday of each
month. Refreshments will
be served, and there is a
nominal charge.

The Shaarit Haplaytah
Expresses Deepest Sympathy
to the family of Hayim Weinberg

The Weinberg Family

has made a One Thousand Dollar
contribution to the Cancer Re-
search Center at the

Hadassah Hospital in Israel

IN MEMORY OF

MRS. NONA KAPLANSKY

Not just another kosher dinner .. .
but an event of historical importance.

YOU CAN PARTICIPATE BY
ATTENDING THE INFORMAL

DINNER

followed by an entertaining evening with

MR. IRVING BUNIM

noted Jewish Author . . . Wit . . . And Traveler

MARKING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE

KOLLEL INSTITUTE for
ADVANCED LEARNING

In Oakland County

DATE . . . SUNDAY . . . OCT. 19 . . . 6:30 P.M.

PLACE . . . YOUNG ISRAEL of OAK WOODS

COOLIDGE at ALLEN
OAK PARK

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spiegelman, center, of Rue
Versailles Ave., Oak Park, will be honored with their
daughter and son-in-law at a dinner given by Cong. Bnai
Jacob-Kollel Institute for Advanced Learning, Oct. 19 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods, on the occasion of their don-
ation of a Torah to the institute. Born in Poland, Spie-
gelman came to Detroit where he founded the Oakland
Glass Co. His wife, Beatrice, is a past president of Fan-
nie Gluck Chapter, Mizrachi Women. Author Irving
Bunin will speak. Shown are, from left: Ben Matz, the
Spiegelmans and Mrs. Matz. Persons wishing to attend
the dinner may call Mrs. Matz, 541-8776, or Borenstein's
Book Store, 398-9095.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Simha Dinitz, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United
States, called on Jews every-
where to "use the time"
gained by the Israeli-Egyp-
tian agreement on the Sinai
"to bring the strong unity of
the Jewish people into real-
ity." He said "Jews have to
learn to live Jewishly not
only in an emergency" but
all the time.
Speaking at a dinner of
the American Friends of
Haifa University attended
by some 300 persons at the
Plaza Hotel, Dinitz urged
strengthening Jewish iden-
tification, especially in the
United States.

Charles J. Bensley,
president of the American
Friends, presented Dinitz
with the group's first Car-
mel Laureate Award. Elie

Temple to Hear
Bicentennial Musk

A Bicentennial concert
marking the development of
American Jewish music
over the 200 year history of
the United States will be
presented 8 p.m. Sunday at
Temple Israel.
The concert will feature
Cantor Harold Orbach of
Temple Israel, tenor soloist;
Cantor Ramon Gilbert of
Temple Bnai Israel, Bridge-
port, Conn., baritone; and
mezzo soprano Elsie Insel-
man. Evelyn Orbach and
Hal Youngblood will be nar-
rators.
Also appearing in the con-
cert will be the Detroit
Schola Cantorum and Or-
chestra, directed by Steven
Glenn, with Maurice Gold-
man as guest conductor, and
the a'Maizin' Blue Jazz En-
semble of the University of
Michigan under the direc-
tion of John Smith.
The concert is open to the
public at no charge, how-
ever, tickets must be ob-
tained from the Temple of-
fice, 863-7769.

Women's Clubs

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(Continued from Page 32)
CITY OF HOPE CAN-
CER FIGHTERS will hold

DONATION . . . $18 PER COUPLE

a board meeting noon Mon-
day, at the Raleigh House.
Luncheon will be served.

Wiesel, the author and a
professor at City College of
New York, received the
University of Haifa's Jew-
ish Heritage Award.

Dinitz said the Egyptian-
Israeli accord was a risk but
stressed that Israel has to
take risks for peace because
it has to be able to tell the
next generation who may
have to fight wars to defend
Israel that "your govern-
ment has done everything
possible to prevent war."
Dinitz remarked that
since the ratio of strength
between the Arabs and Is-
rael is 3-1, and will remain
such, the development of
"human quality" will ulti-
mately determine Israel's
survival. In this connection
he said the work of the He-
brew University is vital to
the future of the country.

You've heard Roberta Peters

Young Israel Adult Classes

The Metropolitan Council
of Young Israel sponsors six
adult study classes meeting
for 20 weeks from October
through March.
Meeting on a permanent
basis are Mishna, Tanah,
Humash, Codes, and Tal-
mud (Yiddish and English).
Also meeting from October
through June is a specially
designed Bet Midrash group
for collegiates studying Tal-
mud and Codes.
Beginning the week of
Oct. 20 the following classes
will meet in two 10-week
semesters: Hebrew Conver-
sation, Humash, Mishna
(for beginners), a Philoso-
phy of Jewish Beliefs, Be-
ginners' Talmud for Colle-

October 10, 1975 23

Now Join
Pioneer Women

giates and Advanced
Talmud.
For information, call
Young Israel of Greenfield,
548-2377 (12-4 p.m.), or call
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
398-1177 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.).

851-0750

YOUNG ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF JEWISH STUDIES
Schedule for 5736 (1975-76)

Registration at Young Israel of Greenfield
Monday-Friday, 12 Noon-4 P.M.

at Young Israel of Oak-Woods
Monday-Friday, 9:30 A.M.-3 P.M.

Classes for Fall/Winter Term begin Monday, October 20, 1975.

SHABBOS SCHEDULE
(year round classes)

TIME

SUBJECT

LECTURER

Friday night
Saturday afternoon:
2 hours before Minha
1 hour before Minha

MISHNA

Rabbi Abraham Zentman

1 hour before Minha

1 hour before Minha

1 hour before Minha

TANAH
HUMASH
and CODES
TALMUD
(Yiddish)
TALMUD
( English)
TALMUD

LOCATION

Private
homes

Dr. Gene Schramm
Rabbi Chaim Schloss

Greenfield
Greenfield

Rev. A. Grossbard

Greenfield

Rabbi Feivel Wagner

Greenfield

Rabbi James I. Gordon. Oak-Woods

WEEKDAY SCHEDULE

Monday-8:30 P.M.

TALMUD
and CODES

Rabbi Leib Bakst

Greenfield

Bet Midrash class designed for collegiates

Mon.-Thurs., 7-9 P.M.

TALMUD
and CODES

Rabbi Eliezer Cohen

Oak-Woods

The following courses are being given in ten week sessions. Class fee is:
$5.00 per course for Young Israel members
$10.00 per course for nonmembers.

HEBREW
CONVERSATION
HUMASH
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.
( Hirsch Commentary)
MISHNA
Wednesday, 10:30 A.M.
Wednesday, 11:15 A.M.
A PHILOSOPHY OF JEWISH BELIEFS
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. BEGINNERS
TALMUD
FOR COLLEGIATES
TALMUD
Wednesday, 9:00 P.M.
( English)

Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.

Rabbi Shaul Broner

Greenfield

Rabbi Samuel H. Prero

Greenfield

Rabbi James I. Gordon Oak-Woods
Rabbi James I. Gordon Oak-Woods

Rabbi Feivel Wagner

Greenfield

Rabbi Feivel Wagner

Greenfield

For further information call:

Young Israel of Greenfield . . . 548-2377
Young Israel of Oak-Woods . . . 398-1177

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