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April 15, 1977 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-15

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Friday, April 15, 1977 21

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Bnai David Names New Rabbi

Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut
of Chicago has been named
the new spiritual leader of
Cong. Bnai David, it was an-
nounced by Gustav Ber-
enholz, president.
Rabbi Yolkut was spirit-
ual leader of Cong. Anshe
Kanesses Israel in Chicago
and is associated with Lin-
colnwood Jewish Congrega-
tion in Lincolnwood, Ill.
He will be in Detroit for
Shavout services May 23
and 24 and will assume his
duties as spiritual leader
June 1.

Seminars Set at Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El will
hold a spring adult study in-
stitute April 28 in the
temple. Refreshments will
be served at 7:30 p.m. with
study groups beginning at 8

Cong. Techia
Is Established

Cong. Techia has been for-
mally established in the
downtown Detroit area. At
a meeting April 5, the con-
gregation's name, by-laws
and officers were chosen.
Elected were Milton
Glick, president; Judy
Harris, vice president;
Toby Citrin, secretary;
Betty Schenk,' treasurer.
Members of the - board of
trustees are Sanford Han-
sell, Carl Levin, Penny
Deitch, Linda Grossman,
Ira Harris and Alan
Schenk.
The congregation will
soon begin holding services
in Old St. Mary's school on
M onroe.
For information, call
Mrs. Harris, 963-7083.

Beth Shalom Hosts
Israel Tour Guide

YOU'RE NEVER
TOO YOUNG
TO LEARN
AT AKIVA

YESHIVAT AKIVA ANNOUNCES
Registration for
our early childhood program

attend our
KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 8:00 P.M.
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield
(United Hebrew Schools Building

FOR REGISTRATION
and
FURTHER INFORMATION

CALL 354-4664

YESHIVAT AKIVA - "The Best Of Two Worlds"

Akiva does not discriminate on the basis of race. creed. color-or sex in the
administration of its education policies. admissions, scholarships and loan
programs and other school administered programs.

RABBI MORTON YOLKUT

Ben Meyerstein, who
guided a group from Cong.
Beth Shalom through Israel
last year, will speak at Sha-
bat morning services 9 a.m.
Saturday in the synagogue.
His topic will be "What an
American Should See in Is-
rael."
Meyerstein was a defend-
er of Kibutz.Yad Mordechai
in 1948 and is a resident of
Natanya. He has led sever-
al tours throughout Israel.
The public is invited.

Business
Briefs

of
Southfield, senior sales rep-
resentative for Metropolitan
Life Insurance Co., will be
honored during a five-day
business and educational
conference in Waikiki,
Hawaii, this year. Associ-,
ated with the company's
Dearborn office, Weingart
qualified for the President's
Conference by placing more
than $2.3 million of person-
al life insurance protection
during 1976.

Harold L. Weingart,

***
Joseph N. Trombley has

been named vice president,
Metropolitan Lending
Group, at Michigan Nation-
al Bank of Detroit.

and 9:05 p.m. The program
will be repeated May 5.
Among the topics to be
discussed and the dis-
cussion leaders are: "Sci-
ence and Ethics," Dr. Rob-
ert Arking; - Art, Sym-
bolism and Religion," Dr.
Joseph Gutmann; "Modern
Hebrew Poetry for Hebrew
School Dropouts," Dr.
Helen Schwartz; "Verses
Worth Remembering,"
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum;
"Jewish Music—Fact or
Fiction?" Cantor Norman
Rose; and "Joy and
Judaism," Rabbi Lane Stei-
nger.
For details, call Rabbi
Steinger, 967-4020.

Book Review Set

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
,review "How to Save Your
Own Life, - by Erica Jong
8:30 p.m. Monday in the Bir-
mingham Temple. There is
a charge.

Yiddish Theater
Program Planned

An audio-visual slide pre-
sentation entitled, "The Con-
tribution of the Yiddish Art
Theatre to the American
Stage, - will be featured fol-
lowing 8:30 p.m. Shabat,
services today in Temple
Kol Ami.
The program will be pre-
sented by Evelyn Orbach,
actress, producer and for-
mer director of broad-
casting for the Jewish Com-
munity Council. Guests are
invited.
All we know is nothing
can'be known.

for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

METROPOLITAN COUNCIL
OF YOUNG ISRAEL

Cordially invites you to join
in Holiday Worship

YOM HAZIKORON and YOM HOATZMAUT

(Israel kidependence Day)

(Day of Rememberance)

THE SERVICE WILL FOLLOW THE ESTABLISHED ORDER
AS IT IS OBSERVED IN THE STATE OF ISRAEL

WEDNESDAY — APRIL 20.— 7:00 P.M.
at

YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-WOODS

Sponsored by:
Young Israel Congregations of Greenfield, Oak-Woods, Southfield
Religious Zionists of America. Bnai Akiva & Bodzin Post JWV

For reservations to holiday Seudah following service call

398-1177

Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit

presents
Congressman
William M. Brodhead

Discussing
Israel and Domestic Concerns
90 Days With the Carter Administration

Join Us in Celebration of

ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE WEEK

Sunday, April 17

2:00 P.M.

Jewish Community Center

AARON DE ROY THEATRE

6600 West Maple Road

Iniquitous deeds redound
upon their own perpetra-
tors.
—The Talmud

Caricatures

West Bloomfield, Michigan

Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

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