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August 13, 1976 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Reception Honors Young Israel Ohm

S&O POOL
DOCTORS

The Young Israel con-
gregations of Metropoli-
tan Detroit will hold an
open house reception
honoring former con-
gregants who have made
aliya during the past few
years.
Ten couples, all chil-
dren of members of the

OPENINGS & CLOSINGS
Weekly Cleaning &
All Repairs
Authorized "Pool Sweep Dealer"

Mark Orechkin & Tom Stubbs
557-2657

let there be light inc.

"AN ADVENTURE IN CONTEMPORARY LIGHTING"

536 n. woodward
birmingham, michigan 48011

3 / 3-646-4662

A Great Big

THANK YOU

to all our friends & relatives for your
visits, moral support, gifts & donations
during Frank's recent illness.

RUTH & FRANK FRIEDMAN

You're invited to enroll your children in

more than just a Hebrew school

BETH SHALOM
ELIGIOUS SCHOOL

AN INDEPENDENT CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL

Cyril Servetter,
Director of Education

David A. Nelson,
Rabbi

CLASSES AVAILABLE FROM

KINDERGARTEN-SENIOR HIGH
BAR-BAT MITZVA

The main goals of Beth Shalom Reli-
gious School are:

• to turn children on to Judaism

• to know where they come from,
where they are, and where they are
going

• to be knowledgeable, committed,
feeling Jews

• to be able to transmit this not by
words alone, but by examples to the
next generation.

FOR INFORMATION
CALL 547-7972.

We will be happy to arrange a visit to our
school and/or to have a parent with like ,age
children contact you with more specifics.

Reduced Rates to Synagogue members. Syn-
agogue memberships available.

Congregation Beth Shalom

14601 W: Lincoln Rd., Oak Park

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Young Israel movement,
and who are visiting with
their families this sum-
mer will be • honored at
8:30 p.m. Monday at
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods.
Guests of honor are:
Mr. and Mrs. David Co-
hen, Mr. and Mrs. Shimon
Cohen (Hannah Prero),
Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe
Dombey, Dr. and Mrs.
Yehuda Gellman, Mr. and
Mrs. Yossi Gittelman
(Debbi Hertz), Rabbi and
Mrs. Mitchell Herczeg
(Phyllis Eisenman), Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Jes-
selson (Phyllis Platt), Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Platt,
Mr. and Mrs. Aryeh Sha-
ron (Soril Berris) and Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Saltsman.
Refreshments will be
provided by the sister-
hood.

-

Ha-Ner Ha-Tamid
Synagogue Moves

Ha-Ner rla-Tamid con-
gregation has relocated
to the Jewish War Vete-
rans Memorial Home,
16990 W. 12 Mile, South-
field.
The liberal congrega-
tion, led by Rabbi Harry
E. Goldwater, will hold
services 8 p.m. today at
the JWV headquarters..
Rabbi Goldwater will
speak on "The Aftermath
of Tisha b'Av. - The public
is invited.
For information, call
the rabbi, 557-7595; Dr.
Seymour Fligman, presi-
dent, 559-4296; or Mrs.
Linda Schnyder, secre-
tary, 968-1968.

Emanu-El Names
Associate Rabbi

The board of trustees of
Temple Emanu-El an-
nounces the appointment
of Rabbi Lane Steinger as
associate rabbi for the
congregation.
A native of St. Louis,
Rabbi Steinger received
his BA degree from
Washington and Lee
University cum laude
and was ordained at He-
brew Union College in
Cincinnati. From 1973 to
the present served Tem-
ple Emanu-El in
Greensburg, Pa.

Chicago Students
Join Akiva Peers

Three Chicago stu-
dents have been accepted
to participate in Akiva
Hebrew Day School's
12th-grade-in-Israel pro-
gram.
According to Rabbi
James I. Gordon of
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods, chairman of the
Akiva education commit-
tee, only those students
whose background and
education meet Akiva's
standards were consid-
ered.
A total of 21 students
will participate in the
program beginning in
September. The girls will
attend Machon Gold in
Jerusalem and the boys
will be at. Yeshivat Or
Etzion in Shafir.

The Truth endureth, but
not the Lie.
—Talmud

Citrin, Strichartz Head State
Public Health Code Revision

The proposed Public
Health Code for the state
of Michigan is largely the
result of the efforts of two
Detroit area Jewish lead-
ers.
Toby Citrin of Temple
Israel serves as the
chairman of the Gover-
nor's Commission on Pub-
lic Health Statute Re-
view and is vice chairman
of the public health sta-
tute revision project.
Richard Strichartz,
professor of law at Wayne
State University and a
member of' the Temple
Beth El board of trustees
is executive director of
the project.
Citrin has served as
president of the Michigan
Association of Boards of
Health. He presently
serves as a member of the
board of directors of De-
troit General Hospital, the
city of Detroit Health Ad-
visory Council and as
chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's
committee on insurance
and retirement.
Strichartz has served
as general counsel to
Wayne State University
and was controller for the
city of Detroit under
Mayor Jerome P.
Cavanagh.
The proposed Public
Health Code is a 450-page
document which took 16

months to prepare. It
eliminates outdated laws,
clarifies inconsistencies
within statutes and
modernizes the delivery
system for health care
within the state.
Strichartz said the
legislation is presently
being reviewed by the
health committees of the
Senate and House.

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Marilyn Dubrinsky

968-1523

Friday, August 13, 1976 21

ADVANCE NOTICE

for the FIRST TIME
in the history of
CONG. BNAI DAVID

tickets for the

High Holidays

in the
Rotenberg Hall, will
be available.

For More Details

Call

557-8210

BE AN ACTIVE PARTICIPANT IN
YOUR PEOPLE'S DESTINY

Pioneer Women

Helping women & children in Israel.

New clubs
being formed

call

851-0750

Pioneer Women,
Greater Detroit Office

By three things is the
world preserved; by truth,
by justice, and by peace.
—Pirke Aboth

All your life you do everything for your children — but are you
giving them emough?

Are they prepared to live as Jews in the cultural pluralism of
today's society?

Provide them with the

Best of Two Worlds

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AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL

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• Intensive Jewish Studies Program

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teachers with an unequal 12th grade program that includes study
in Israel.

Openings available in Kindergarten and First Grade.

Call now 354-4664

Register at 21550 West 12 Mile Rd., Southfield.

Rabbi Zer Schostak — principal
Celia Stern — administrator general studies program

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