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November 21, 1975 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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48 November 21, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MICHAEL KAPLIT
Photography

Weddings • Bar Mitzvas

642-1039

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Parley for Non-Jews Held to Further Relations

Eleven workshops on the
Holocaust and its after-
math, including the birth of
the state of Israel and the
current plight of Soviet Je-
wry, were held Wednesday

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Sponsored by the Arch-
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troit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of
Christians and Jews and the
Jewish Community Council,
the seminar focused on Hol-
ocaust events, survivors' tes-
timonies, Soviet Jewry, the
relationship between the
Holocaust and Israel and
stereotyping.
Representing the Jewish
community were Beverly

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Yost of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council, David Berg-
man, who made a slide pres-
entation; Dr. John Mames, a
member of the Shaarit Hap-
laytah survivors organiza-
tion; Rabbi Joel Poupko of
the University of Michigan's
Hillel Foundation; Rae
Sharfman of the Detroit
Committee for Soviet Je-
wry; Dr. Harry L. Jubas of
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel;
Prof. Otto Feinstein of
Wayne State University and
Rabbi Gerald Teller, educa-
tional director at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
According to Father John
Zwers, superintendent of
schools for the Archdiocese
of Detroit, the seminar was
held for Catholic students to
"learn more about Jewish
history and the state of Is-
rael." He said the purpose of
the seminar was "for stu-
dents and teachers to de-
velop follow-up activities at
their individual schools
which will help to improve
relations between Catholics
and Jews."

(Men's Clubs

BETH MOSES MEN'S,
CLUB will meet 8:45 a.m.
Sunday in the synagogue.
Services will be followed by
breakfast and a talk by
Alan K. Gubb, field repre-
sentative for the Social Se-
curity Administration. The
men's club will have its an-
nual latke party 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 30. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Al
Cowan, 533-0755; Bill Naf-
taly, 547-1714; or the syn-
agogue, 535-4434.
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ROSENWALD POST,
American Legion, will join
the auxiliary for a Hanuka
party 1 p.m. Wednesday at
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. The post will also
celebrate its 44th anniver-
sary. The post will have its
final meeting of the year
Dec. 4.

ADAT
SHALOM
MEN'S CLUB will hear
Prof: Eva Kahana of Wayne
State University's sociology
department following an 11
a.m. breakfast Sunday in
the social hall. Prof. Kahana
will speak on "The Care of
the Aged A Perspective of
Different Generations." The
public is invited.

Turover Society
Has Anniversary

Turover Aid Society re-
cently held its 66th anniver-
sary at a luncheon. Bella
lioneyman chaired the af-
fair.
Participating in the anni-
versary program were Wil-
liam Keller, president; Na-
than Samet, vice president
and toastmaster; Rosalyn
Zeldes, who delivered the in-
vocation. Leonard Kendler
is journal chairman.
Irene Pianin provided en-
tertainment, accompanied
by Lila Hindenmarsh. Ar-
rangements were made by
Sophie Pfeiffer, Sarah Gold-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Weinberger, Mildred Patler
and Shirley Sklar. Proceeds
were donated to Jewish
charities.

Bond Event Nets $270,000

The Tam-O-Shanter Country Club Israel Bond Din-
ner produced more than $270,000 in Bond subscriptions.
Shown are, in front row, from left: Emil Cohen, guest
entertainer; David Kahn, guest of honor; Mrs. Kahn;
and Jack Schon, president of Tam-O-Shanter. Second
row, from left, are: Gen. William J. Weinstein, toast-
master; Nelson Dembs, dinner chairman; and Allen
Brand, who presented the David Ben-Gurion Award to
Kahn.

Hashomer Hatzair
Will Hold Meeting

Caricatures

Hashomer Hatzair, a ki-
butz-oriented Zionist youth
movement, will meet 7 p.m.
Saturday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center.
Youth age 11-17 are invited.
Discussions concern Is-
rael, the Middle East, world
affairs and kibutz culture.
Israeli folk dancing, singing,
games, hiking, sports also
are offered.
To join, call Galit Lewis, ,
543-0398 any evening after •
6.

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