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November 12, 1976 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-12

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received by the Union of
American Hebrew Con-
gregations, the associa-
tion of Reform
synagogues, from the
Lilly Endowment Found-
ation, for a series of re-
search studies on the re-
ality of the American re-
ligious experience in the
light of changing lifes-
tyles and attitudes to-
ward religion.
Subjects to be explored
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religious liberalism and
continued growth of
evangelical fundamen-
talism in this country; the
effect of religious conser-
vatism on religious social
action; reasons for disen-
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Americans with or-
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eight youngsters each
have been established,
within the school
facilities of Temple Beth
El. All children are
screened and accepted for
this program by the Or-
chards Childrens Ser-
vices.
Two teachers and four
aides for the program
were selected, trained
and supervised by the Or-
chards.
The teachers have a
background both in Jewish
education and in working
with emotionally dis-
turbed children, and the
curriculum was planned
by the Temple Beth El
Sunday School staff to in-
clude Jewish history,
ethics and culture.
The children are also
involved in preparing
traditional Jewish foods,
singing Jewish songs and
dancing, and construc-
tion of objects associated
with Jewish culture. The
program will includes a
short religious service.

Hillel Day School re-
cently dedicated a kin-
dergarten room in the
name of Nathan P. Ros-
sen, Detroit philan-
thropist.
Among those present at
the plaque dedication
ceremony were Irwin
Cohn, Saul Waldman,
Harry Waldman, Abe
Pasternak, Rabbi Robert
Abramson, June Wein-
berg and the president,
Arlene Schostak.
A Russian student also
participated. A luncheon
followed.

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a showcase at the 1976
State Fair of Texas in a
booth labeled "Israel --
20th Century Miracle."
The exhibit was a spe-
cial project of the Corn-
munity Relations Council
of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Dallas.
OfficialS said the booth
offered thousands of fair
visitors a chance to see
such unique agricultural
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