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August 26, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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34 Friday, August 26, 1977

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LEASE

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Head of Bar-Ilan's American Board
to Address Sept. 8 Annual Dinner

Mrs. Jerome L. (Jane)
Stern, chairman of the
American Board of Over-
seers of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, will participate in the
program of the annual din-
ner to be held Sept. 8 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Irving Nusbaum and
David Hermelin, dinner co-
chairman, announced that
Mrs. Stern will greet the
gathering, at which Dr.
Emanuel Rackman, presi-
dent of the university, will
be the guest speaker.
Mrs. Stern is the newly
elected chairman of the
American Board of Over-

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Kevin Wartell, a con-
firmand and graduate of
the Temple Israel High
School, will
be honored
by his con-
gregation at
Sabbath Eve
services 8:30
p.m. today in
the temple.
Wartell,
Wartell
son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice M. War-
tell of Farmington, will
leave after Labor Day for
New York to begin studies
as a cantor in the Hebrew
Union College School of Sa-
cred Music.
Temple Israel has six
young men and women
studying for the rabbinate

MichaelsTakes
St. Louis Post

Alfred (Al) Michaels, di-
rector of the Histadrut Cam-
paign in Detroit since 1961,
is moving to St. Louis, Mo.,
for a position with the Jew-
ish Federation of St. Louis.
Michaels will be director
of the St. Louis - federation's
endowment program, and
during the United Jewish
Appeal drive will be work-
ing with the community's at-
torneys and accountants.
Michaels said the change
was brought about by a re-
organization of the Hista-
drut Campaign on the na-
tional level. He said that De-
troit and Cleveland and
their nearby localities will
be part of a single region.
The current director in
Cleveland, Sam Hoenig,
will be director for the re-
gion.
Michaels said he was
very proud of last year's
Histadrut Campaign in the
Detroit area, which he said
was the most successful in
his 16 years here.
A native of Germany, Mi-
chaels emigrated to the
U.S. in 1938 and lived in Is-
rael from 1949 to 1951. He
had been active in fund-
raising and with several
Jewish organizations in
New York before coming to
Detroit.

or cantorate at HUC. This
is believed to be a record
number of students from
any one congregation.
The others include Harold
Caminker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Caminker, who
will be ordained next June
from the Cincinnati
campus; James Goodman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Goodman, a second-year
rabbinical student; and Dan-
iel Pernick, honored by the
congregation a week ago as
he left for Jerusalem to
begin rabbinical studies.
Besides Wartell, students
for the cantorate are Gail
Posner Karp, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Pos-
ner, who will be invested in
June; and Alane seth
Simons, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank L. Simons,
a second-year student.
Wartell will chant a por-
tion of tonight's service at
Temple Israel and also will
receive several awards.

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al Foundation and of the
Manhattan High School Mis-
ifta Or Torah.
For the past few years,
Mrs. Stern has been chair-
man of the Greater New
York Women's Division of
State of Israel Bonds and is
now also the associate na-
tional chairman of that divi-
sion.
Zvi Tomkiewicz, execu-
tive director of Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, reported that reserva-
tions received in advance
assure a capacity attend-
ance at the Sept. 8 dinner.
He stated that reservations
are available at the Bar-
Ilan office, 23125 Coolidge,
Oak Park, or by calling the
office, 398-7180.

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Shop early and avoid any inconvenience.
Shop at your independent Meat Dealer, displaying this
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SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

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