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August 26, 1977 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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8 Friday, August 26, 1977

The man who refuses to
, live within his means, but
seeks to be supported by
charity, must not be
helped.



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CHICAGO—Dr. Arthur
Flemming, U.S. commis-
sioner on the aging and for-
mer Secretary of the De-
partment of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare under
President Eisenhower,
urged religious organiza-
tions to "build bridges be-
tween the nation's growing
millions of elderly persons
and the services they need
to continue meaningful
lives."
Addressing the summer
meeting of the Bnai Brith
Board of Governors,

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Flemming said, "The reli-
gious community has the re-
sponsibility as well as the
opportunity" to keep their
dignity and sense of worth.

JNF Reinstitutes
Sunday Schedule

The Je•ish National
Fund office will be open on
Sundays. beginning Sept.
11. it was announced by
Mark E. Schlussel. presi-
dent of the Greater Detroit
JNF Council.
JNF hours are from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.. Mondays
_ through Thursdays: 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Fridays and 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays.
JNF office is now accept-
ing single orders or pre-
ferred lists and issuing and
mailing tree certificates as
New Year greetings. The
trees will be planted in the
Jerusalem Reunited Forest.
To order New Year tree
certificates. write the .Jew-
ish National Fund. 22100
Greenfield Rd.. Oak Park.
or call 968-0820.

Toronto Rabbi
to Head Friends
of Tel Aviv U.

Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg
will assume the duties of na-
tional executive director of
the Canadian Friends of Tel
Aviv University beginning
Oct. 1.
Dr. Rosenberg was for 18
years senior rabbi of Can-
ada's largest Jewish'congre-
gation. Beth Tzedec Syna-
gogue of Toronto.
He currently lectures on
Jewish history at the Uni-
versity of Toronto. in addi-
tion to writing a syndicated
weekly column "Lines on
Life" for Canadian news-
papers.
Dr. Rosenberg and Beth
Tzedec filed several
counter-suits in court over
the firing of the congrega-
tion's educational director
and later dismissal of
Rabbi Rosenberg. An out-
of-court settlement ended
the affair.

Teachers Study
Mideast Issues _

TEL AVIV—In order to
foster a more informed un-
derstanding in the United
States of the Middle East
conflict. Tel Aviv Univer-
sity offered a three-week
summer seminar session
for 54 American high school
teachers on the Middle
East. contemporary Israel.
and the Middle East con-
flict. all courses of which
were given by lecturers of
Tel Aviv University.

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Ann Arbor Hebrew Day School
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The Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor will begin its
third year on Sept. 7. The
school now has 18 students
in a joint first and second
grade class and a kiridergar-
ten.
Mrs. Meira Miller of Ann
Arbor will teach the first
and second graders. She
has a BA in religion from
the University of Chicago
and a master's degree in
elementary education from
Tufts University. The kin-
dergarten will be taught by
Sharon Kimmel of Oak
Park, a student at the Midr-
asha and a graduate of Oak-
land University.
Officers of the Hebrew
Day School of Ann Arbor
are Dr. George Siegel, pres-
ident; Zvi Gitelman, vice
president; Meg Marshak,
secretary; and Marvin Ger-
ber and David Finger, treas-
urers.
The school meets in the
Bethlehem Church of Christ
in downtown Ann Arbor.

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