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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, February 25, 1977



Cited for Service

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Temple Beth El will
honor Ruth Podolsky "for
35 years of service" on the
temple's teaching staff at
the Jewish Education
Sabbath services 8:30
p.m. today in the temple.

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Rabbi Allan Kensky of
Cong. Beth Israel in Ann
Arbor has prepared a
60-minute cassette tape
of Passover seder songs in
Yiddish and Ladino, with
an explanation of the
seder, grace after meals
and the Friday evening
a service.
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To order the tape, write
Cong. Beth Israel 1429
Hill St., Ann Arbor, Mich.
48104. There is a charge.

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353-0520

NEW YORK — In a
major test case before the
Supreme Court; 11 na-
tional Jewish organiza-
tions filed a friend:of-
- the-court brief thiS week
defending a meinber of
the World -Wide . Church of
hod dismissed rby - his em-
ployer because he refused.
to work on SatUrday in
violation of his religibus
principles.
..•The brief was filed by
Leo Pfeffer, special coun-
sel to the American
Jewish COrigreSs, who is
serving as attorney for
the Jewish organizations.
Larry G. Hardison of
Kansas City, Mo., sued
Trans World Airlines
under a-1972 amendment
to the Civil Rights Act of
1964 requiring employers
to accommodate an em-
ployee's religious obser-

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from 1966-68 and did some
work on the Carter tax
policy task force during
the election campaign.
His name was reportedly
on the list of candidates
for the Internal Revenue
post submitted to the
President by Secretary of
the Treasure W. Michael
Blumenthal.
Hansell previously saw
government service as as
sistant general counsel for
the National Science
Foundations, according to
the Cleveland Jewish
News. He was also interim
general counsel for the
board of incorporators
that established Amtrak,
the national passenger
railroad service.
Hansell, like Vance, a
graduate of Yale Law
School, is also a graduate
of the Massachusetts In-
stitule of Technology. He
has served on the board of
the Jewish Family Ser-
vice Association in Cleve-
land and is a member of
the Delegate Assembly of
the Jewish Community
Federation. He also par-
ticipated in the Jewish
Welfare Fund campaigns
and is affiliated with the
Suburban Temple. -

National Jewish Organizations
Defend Sabbatarian in Court

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DOWN GLOVES

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The Seminar on
Judaism, conducted by
Cong. Bais Chabad of
West Bloomfield, will
meet 8 p.m. Monday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs.
Kohn, 4201 Blackburn,
West Bloomfield.
Rabbi Meilich Silber-
berg, spiritual leader of
the congregation, will
speak on "Purim."

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two Jewish lawyers,
prominent in their com-
munities, have been
nominated to high posts
in the Carter Administra-
tion.
Jerome Kurtz, a tax ex-
pert and partner in a
Philadelphia law firm, is
slated to become Com-
missioner of Internal Re-
venue pending his con-
firmation by the Senate.
Herbert J. Hansell,
head of the corporate and
securities department of
a major Cleveland law
firm, has been picked as
legal advisor to Secretary
of State Cyrus R. Vance,
the State Department's
top legal post. His ap-
pointment is expected to
be announced shortly.
Kurtz has played an ac-
tive role in the Federation
of Jewish Agencies of Gre-
ater Philadelphia. He is
vice chairman of the Fed-
eration's Endowment
Fund Tax Committee
counsel to the Federation
Foundation and a member
of the Federation Board.
Kurtz served as tax
legislative counsel for the
Treasury Department

Judaism Seminar
to Meet Monday

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The Beth Din of the
Council of Orthodox Rab-
bis of Greater Detroit
(Vaad Harabonim) has is-
sued an appeal for cau-
tion in the increasing
number of divorce cases
where the woman fails to
obtain a Jewish divorce
after obtaining a legal di-
vorce.
According to Jewish
law, a woman who has not
obtained a "get" (Jewish
divorce) is still considered
the wife of her Jewish
husband and any chil-
dren born of a second
marriage are illegiti-
mate.
The Beth Din, estab-
lished to centralize mat-
ters pertaining to Jewish
law in the Detroit com-
munity, can be reached
by calling the Council of
Othodox Rabbis, 559-
5005, or Rabbi Leizer Le-
vin, 557-6828.

Passover Tape

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Jewish Attorneys Nominated
to Carter Administration Posts

Caution Urged
on Divorces

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vance or practice if this
can be done "without
undue hardship in the
conduct of the employer's
business."
TWA challenged the
law's constitutionality, as-
serting that this require-
ment both advances
religion and entangles
government with religion.
In their brief, the
Jewish organizations
state that they entered
the case riot only because
Hardison — like members
of the Jewish faith — ob-
serves the seventh day of
the week as his Sabbath,
but also because of their
commitment "to the prin-
ciple of the free exercise
of religion and the right of
all persons to the full pro-
tection of that principle."

A Likud Victory?

Law Program
in Jerusalem

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Simha Erlich, a leader of
Likud, believes that
Labor will be considera-
bly weakened in the May
elections.
He believes
that
Labor will win 35 seats if
Yitzhak Rabin
is selected to lead the
party and 38-40 seats if
Shimon Peres leads the
party. He expects the Na-
tional Religious Party to
win nine seats, compared
to its present 10; Arik
Sharon's list to win 1-2
seats; • the Independent
Liberals two (instead of
four); Shulamit Aloni's
party to lose_ all three
seats; Yigal Yadin's
Movement for Change to
win 6-8 seats; and the
Communists to win 6-7
seats (instead of four) be-
cause of Arab support. -
He believes Likud will
win 38-40 seats and may
be asked to form the new
government.

WASHINGTON • — The
Eighth Law and Policy
Institute Abroad will be
conducted at the Law Fa-
culty of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem this
Summer under the spon-
sorship of the American
University's Washington
College of Law.
Participants in the July
14-Aug. 20 program will
explore legal, social and
economic institutions
with representatives of
the Israeli community,
besides taking one or two
of the scheduled courses
taught in English.
The institute will limit
registration to law stu-
dents and members of the
bar. Dr. Nicholas Kittrie
of American's law faculty
will direct the program.
For information, write
Helen Rendon, The
American University, Of-
fice of Summer Sessions,
Washington, D.C. 20016.

Technion Invents
a New Bonding

HAIFA — Researchers
have succeeded in joining
materials hitherto be-
lieved impossible to bond
at Technion — Israel In-
stitute of Technology. Dr.
Haim Lerchenthal and
his colleagues in the Re-
search Group for Adhe-
sion and Adhesives at
this institute's Civil En-
gineering. Faculty, have
developed a way_ of bond-.
ing plastics, such as
polyethylene, to them-
selves as well as to other
materials, such as alumi-
num. The bond is so
strong that it may exceed
the strength of the mate-
rial being bonded.
Dr.
Lerchenthal's
bonding process wa.„---
achieved through
method known by its ae-
ronym "SABRA" (sur-
face activation beneath
reactive
adhesives).
Normally adhesion is
achieved through a phys-
ical bond, but Dr. Lerc-
henthal has been able to
create a high-energy
chemical bond through
simple techniques.
In
addition
to
polyethylene Dr. Lerc-
henthal has been able to
bond other polymers such
as polypropylene and Tef-
lon, which are difficult to
bond to themselves as
well as to metals and
other materials.

Arab Aid Deferred
.TUNIS. • (ZINS) —

Foreign • ministers of
Saudi -Arabia, Bahrain,
Qatar,-.KuWait and the
United Arab Emirates
have deferred a decision
on more_ financial aid for
Egypt and Syria until the-
leaders of their countries
meet in March.
An Arab League offi-
cial said that the five
countries agreed to give
Egypt and Syria $570 mil-
lion each, Jordan $200
million and the PLO $28
million. .

Bnai Moshe
Election Due

Cong. Bnai Moshe will
hold its annual election
meeting.8 p.m. Tuesday in
the social hall of the
synagogue. Dinner will be
served at 7.
Nominating committee
members -are: Bert Stein,
chairman;
Robert
Hirschb.ein,
Eliezer
Meisler, Milton Resnick,
Dr. Morris Rubin, Shar-
lene Ungar and all past
presidents of the congre-
gation.
Those who wish to at-
tend the dinner and.elec-
tion must send in their
reservations.
Absentee ballots ar€‘
available on request from \
Marvin Sch.ader, execu-
tive director.

Wine to Lecture

Rabbi Sherwin Wine
will speak on "Renais-
sance: Humanism," as
part of the lecture series,
"The . Story of
Humanism," 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Birmingham
Temple. • There is a
charge.

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