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October 08, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 Friday, October 8, 1976

Temple Sisterhoods District Plans Biennial Event at Temple Emanu-El

District 11, National tion will be "To Every-
Federation of Temple Sis- thing There is a Season."
More than 150 sister-
terhoods, will have its
biennial convention Oct. hood delegates from
18-20 at Temple Emanu- Michigan, Indiana and
El. Theme for the conven- ‘ Windsor are expected to
attend. The conference
The Finest in
will begin 1:30 p.m. Oct. 18
Musical Entertainment
with a keynote address by

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Mrs. Kretzer and Mrs.
Joseph Maltzer,
president-elect of the
NFTS, will conduct the in-
stallation ceremony Oct.
19. Mrs. Sidney Katzman,
past president of the Tem-
ple Emanu-El Sisterhood
will be installed as presi-
dent.
Rabbi David Sapers-

eves.

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Jewish Scholarship
in Bible Dictionary

NASHVILLE, Tenn. —
More than 40 Jewish
scholars from around the
world joined with Protes-
tant and Catholic scho-
lars to produce the new
supplementary volume to
the Interpreter's Dic-
tionary of the Bible," re-
leased this month by
Abingdon Press.
The "TDB, - a well-
known reference work
first published in 1962, is
now current with recent
archaeological dis-
coveries and new trends
and developments in bi-
blical scholarship with
the addition of the sup-
plemental volume.
Of the 650..entries in
the volume, 140 new en-
tries are included on to.:
pits such as blacks, man-
uscripts from the Judean
desert, science and Bible,
and women in the ancient
Near East.

Hillel Class
Elects Officers

The ninth grade of
Hillel Day School has
elected as class officers
Michael Hershkovitz,
president, Mark Shostak,
vice president, Ruth Gil-
bert, secretary, David
Gottfried, treasurer.
The class has also
started bagel sales every
Wednesday, and the
Hillel PTO has begun
planning a Hanuka gift
shop.

tein, associate director of
the Religious Action
Center of the Union of
American Hebrew Con- .
gregations, will address
the Oct. 19 event. He also
is the vice chairman of
the Washington Inter-
religious Staff Council, a
member of the executive
board of the Council on

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legislative consultant to
the Religious Coalition on
Abortion Rights.
For information, call
Mrs. Louis Peven, 557-
6838, or Mrs. Harry
Kretchmer, 398-5651.

358-3642

Women's Clubs 1

BIRMINGHAM and
FRANKLIN GROUPS,
Hadassah, will hear Oak-
land University Profes-
sor of Political Science,
Roger Marz, speak on
"Political- Trends in the
U.S., - 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the Bloomfield Town-
ship Library. Five-year
members will be honored.
Coffee and dessert will be
served.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
opening meeting of the
season' noon Monday in
the synagogue. Esther
Kalef, program chair-
man, . announces L.
Brooks Patterson, Oak-
land-County Prosecuting
Attorney, will be guest
speaker. Blanche Brant,
president, will honor
kidush- chairman, Betty
Sherizen and Helen Sil-
verman, and their com-
mittee, including Evelyn
Rosin, Ceil Wilson, Rose
Bricker, Jennie Solomon,
Bertie Simon, Barbara
Traison, Esther Dines,
Pearl Oslik, Betty Pack,
Norma Gealer, Mickie
Grossman, Rae Nagel,
Marilyn Gonte, Sadie
Pesick, Sybil Kappel,
Betty Silberfarb, Flor-
ence Nitzkin, Helen
Brown, Rose Mondshine
and Bess Levin. Lunc-
heon will be served.
Guests are invited at a
nominal charge. For in-
formation, call the mem-
bership chairman, Laura
Cole, 547-2915, or the
synagogue, 557-8210.

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Will be closed Sun., Oct. 10th
To celebrate Sukkos
Shop Early For This Joyous Holiday

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CARL'S KOSHER MEAT MKT.

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SINGERS MEAT MARKET

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