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October 24, 1975 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 October 24, 1975

300 Teachers Expected at Institute

Moadon Ivri Sets
Sunday Lecture

Moadon Ivri — the Jewish
Community Center-spon-
sored Hebrew club—will
meet 3:30 p.m. Sunday in
the-10 Mile Center branch.
Moshe Nobel, local He-
brew scholar, will speak on
"Poet Y. Goleh." The public
is invited to the all-Hebrew
lecture at no charge.

Bus-Shop Center
Nearly Completed

TEL AVIV — A massive
urban transportation and
shopping center, said to be
unique in its concept, is now
being completed in Tel Aviv.
The 2.6 million square
foot, seven-story structure
will include almost 1,000
stores as well as 150 bus
lines to serve an estimated
600,000 passengers and visi-
tors daily in a modern
transportation and shop-
ping center.

RABBI S.ZACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

The display, lent by the
participating Jewish li-
braries, will feature books
from the nursery school
through the high school
levels, and will include
both fiction and non-fic-
tion. Subject areas will
include Israel, the Holo-

Beth Shalom Youth
Will Have Hayride

RABBI DR. LEO

GOLDMAN

Expert Mohel

Serving Hospitals and Homes

1.I 2-4444

Approximately 300 reli-
gious school teachers are ex-
pected to attend the first
area-wide Religious School
Teachers Institute, spon-
sored by the Jewish Educa-
tors Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, 9 a.m. Nov. 2 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Eugene W. Borow-
itz, professor of education
and Jewish religious
thought at the New York
School of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion will be the keynote
speaker on the institute's
theme "Alternative Methods
for Deepening Jewish Com-
mitment."
A feature of the confer-
ence will_be a display of
books for Jewish children
exhibited by members of the
Jewish Library Association
of Metropolitan Detroit.

. 547-8555

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557-7629 •

Cong. Beth Shalom's sen-
ior youth group, for stu-
dents in ninth-12th grades,
will haVe a hayride with the
Adat Shalom Youth Satur-
day, meeting 6:15 p.m. at
Beth, Shalom. There is a
charge. For information,
call Lori Weiss, 355-3789, or
Scott 'Littky, 398-8375.
Kadimah group, for youth
in the seventh and eighth
grades, holds services Satur-
day mornings in the synago-
guge. For information on
Kadimah activities, call
Bruce Littky, 398-8375, or
Aron Darsky, 398-1124.
Helping to plan the kin-
nus weekend slated Nov.
14-16 in Detroit are Ed
Hurvitz, Danny Widenbaum
and Marsha Raimi.

Evil Associates

He who associates with
those that are on sinning
bent, although he may es-
chew their deeds, shares in
their punishment.
—The Talmud

caust, holiday stories,
Jews in American life, and
teachers' aids.

Workshops at the insti-
tute will include the follow-
ing topics: audio-visual aids,
values clarification, drama,
role-playing and simula-
tions, behavior modifica-
tion, inquiry, individualiza-
tion of instruction,
confluent education, teacher
effectiveness, the library,
the role of the specialist.
The Jewish Educators
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit is comprised of the
educational directors and
supervisors of the Jewish
schools of metropolitan De-
troit and Windsor, and in-
cludes Reform, Conserva-
tive, Orthodox, and non-_
congregational schools.
Cantor Arthur Asher of
Temple Israel is president of
the council, and Benjamin

Births

Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall R. Hersh (Marilyn
Jaffe), 5396 Cambourne P1.,
West Bloomfield, a daugh-
ter, Debbi Rae.
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Katan (Pauline
Shriman), 30715 Shiawas-
see, Farmington Hills, a
son, Daniel Sidney.
* * *
Oct. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Stern (Marjorie Silver),
17231 Richard, Southfield, a
son, Michael Eric.
* * *
Oct. 12 — To Dr. Lawr-
ence and Dr. Barbara
(Highman) Goldman, for-
mer Detroiters of Laurel,
Md., a son, Charles Harold.
* * *
Oct. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence M. Wayne (Judy
Weinberg), 5551 Shaun Rd.,
West Bloomfield, a daugh-
ter, Stephanie Anne.
* * *
Sept. 16 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Burton D. Faudem
(Arlene Bondell), 7474
Franklin Ridge Ln.,
Ln. West
Bloomfield, a son,
Gabe.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Larry A.
Trunsky (Jane Rosen), 5363
High Court Way, West
Bloomfield, twin sons, Todd
Adam and Jon Scott.

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1 block East of Main
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Men's Clubs1

SHALOM
ADAT
MEN'S CLUB will host the

RABBI BOROWITZ

Ben-Baruch of Adat Shalom
Synagogue is the chairman
of the teachers institute.
The institute committee
includes Ethel Bobroff of
Temple Israel, Pinchas Fel-
lus of Beth Israel of Flint,
Dr. Harry Jubas of Beth
Abraham-Hillel, Rabbi Jef-
frey Lazar of Temple Beth
El, and Cantor- Norman
Rose of Temple Emanu-El.

Allergy Unit
Picks Detroiter

Balfour Concert
Program Is Set

National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs today
through Sunday at the syn-
agogue, beginning tonight
with dinner and services.
Luncheon and a seminar
will follow Shabat morning
services, and a dinner-dance
will be held at 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday in the synagoguge. A
program for women guests,
"The Jews of Bukhara," will
be held Sunday morning.
Breakfast will precede the
program, and a fashion
show will follow. Chairper-
sons for the men's club par-
ley are Emanuel Feinberg
and David Zeff. Carl Lich-
tenstein is registration
chairman. For information
on all activities, call the syn-
agoguge, 851-5100.
* * *

The Detroit District of
the Zionist Organization of
America has announced the
program for the 43rd annual
Balfour Concert.
The concert, to be held
Nov. 9 in Ford Auditorium,
will feature Israeli violinist
Pinhas Zuckerman as solo-
ist, and conductor Felix Res-
nick and the Detroit Sym-
phony, Orchestra.
The musical salute to the
signing of the Balfour Dec-
laration will include the
"Overture to Candide" by
Leonard Bernstein; Felix
Mendelssohn's "Violin Con-
certo;" the "Don Juan Tone
Poem" by Richard Strauss,
and Rimsky-Korsakov's
"Capriccio Espagnole."
For tickets, call the ZOD,
353-3636.

BETH ABRAHAM-
HILLEL MEN'S CLUB

JACK BARNES

will present a distinguished
service award to Congress-
man William M. Brodhead
(D-17th District) at its first
breakfast forum series 10
a.m. Nov. 9 in the syn-
agogue. Congressman Brod-
head will deliver an address-
on "Sinai Agreement: A
First Step Toward Peace."
The Breakfast Forum is
open to the public. For res-
ervations, call the synago-
gue, 851-6880.

*

DANCE CENTER

"a better way to learn"

851-2400

* *

SHAAREY ZEDEK'S
MEN'S CLUB will have

DR. FRIEDLAENDER

Dr. Alex Friedlaender,
Southfield allergist, was
elected executive secretary
of the American Association
for Clinical Immunology
and Allergy.
Dr. Friedlaender - was
president of the AACIA in
1972-73.
The AACIA is the princi-
pal organization in North
America of physicians who
specialize in the treatment
of allergic disorders. Dr.
Friedlaender was chosen
executive secretary at the
annual convention in Palm
Springs, Calif.

I

Readers Forum

Materials submitted td the
Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be
withheld from publication
upon request. No unsigned
letters will be published. Ma-
terials will not be returned
unless a stamped, self-ad-
dressed envelope is enclosed.

Reader Scores
Trips to USSR

Editor, The Jewish News:
Why do so many of our
people travel to Russia?
These trips help neither
Soviet Jewry, nor do they
unite American Jewry. It is
as if some people are blind
to the situation there.
BETTY B. COHEN

the first program of its
"Kaleidoscope IV—Can We
Survive Our Changing Mor-
ality" series noon Nov. 5 in
the synagogue. Luncheon
will be served, and Dave
White,news director of ra-
dio station WJR, will speak.
There is a charge for the
series, and individual tickets
are available. For reserva-
tions, contact Dr. Abner I.
Ragins, chairman, 851-3743,
or Larry Raizman, 968-7638.
Assisting with arrange-
ments are Arnold Aaron,
Bill Carroll, Eli Friedman,
Dr. Gerald Laker, Martin
Lattin and Dr. Jerry Margo-
lis.

*

* *

BETH MOSES MEN'S
CLUB will hold a family

worship service followed by
breakfast 8:45 a.m. Sunday
in the synagogue. Wayne
County Sheriff William
Lucas will speak on "Law
and Order in Wayne
County," The men's - club
will have a social 8 p.m..Nov.
in the synagogue. Congress-
man William M. Broadhead
will speak. The public is in-
vited to the Nov. 2 event at
no charge.

*

* *

AESCULAPIAN
PHARMACEUTICAL
ASSOCIATION will join

the auxiliary for the fra-
ternity's 49th annual char-
ity dinner-dance 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 5 at the Raleigh House.
Cocktails will be served at
6:30. For information, call
Ed Rothenberg, 356-7829, or
Mrs. Harold Biller,
557-7563.

Happiness make` up in
height for what it lacks in
length.
—Robert Frost

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