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September 09, 1977 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SZ Cultural Commission
Lists New Year Activities

POOL
CLOSINGS
$1 1 5

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
cultural commission an-
nounced it will begin its
series of cultural activities
8 p.m. Oct. 18 with the Wal-
ter and Lea Field History
Lecture.
Among the other activi-
ties planned for the year
are the six-week lecture
series concluding with a
Torah seminar by Dr. Sey-
mour Siegel on Dec. 7. The
Great Weekend, sponsored
by the Sara W. Davidson
and William Davidson fami-
lies, Nov. 18 and 19, featur-
ing Nazi-hunter Simon Wie-

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NEW YORK—Four new
active-duty Jewish chap-
lains will be among those
who w;i; officiate at High
Holy Day services for Jew-
ish military families. hospi-
talized veterans, and other
personnel. it was an-
nounced by the Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy of the
Jewish Welfare Board.
The new chaplains, as is
the case with all Jewish
chaplains and military lay
leaders. were recruited and
ecclesiastically endorsed by
the JWB Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy. which.
together with JWB's
Women's Organizations'
Services. will serve them
through their entire tour of
duty.
The JWB Commission is
composed of representa-
tives of the Rabbinical
Council of America (Ortho-

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Friday, September 9, 1977 39

Jewish Welfare Board Recruits
Military Chaplains for lAolidays

U.S.-Israel
Meetings Set

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$1567.

senthal; The Rabbi Morris
Adler Memorial Lecture,
March 12; a spring lecture,
sponsored by the Berry
Family; an Israeli liter-
ature event, sponsored by
the Holtzman Family; and
the Adolph H. Lichter Me-
morial Lecture.
Home meetings will be
conducted by the fine arts
division. Dr. and Mrs.
Peter A. Martin are co-
chairmen of the cultural
commission. Rabbi Irwin
Groner and Walter L. Field
are advisers.
Chairman of the fine arts
division is Mrs. Marvin
Daitch. Other cultural chair-
men are Dr. and Mrs.
Myron Joyrich, home dis-
cussion; and Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Stulberg, music.
Cantor Jacob Barkin is con-
sultant. Lea Field will con-
duct a series of poetry read-
ings.

Israeli Ambassador Simha
Dinitz and. U.S. Under-
secretary of State Philip
Habib discussed Middle
East issues for two hours at
a State Department lunch-
eon.
Informed sources said
that one topic was the forth-
coming visit to the United
States of Israeli Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan who
is expected to come here to .
meet President Carter and
Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance Sept. 19-20.
Dayan will be in New
York as head of the Israeli
delegation to the UN Gener-
al Assembly.
Meanwhile,
Vance's
scheduled talks with Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko in Vienna on the
Middle East and SALT,
have been postponed and
now will be held in Washing-
ton Sept. 22-23.

dox). the Rabbinical Assem-
bly (Conservative). and the
Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis (Reform).
There are 60 full-time
Jewish chaplains. including
nine attached to the Veter-
ans Administration. 215
part-time chaplains, and -hp-
proximately 350 Jewish mili-
tary lay leaders.

REMEMBER

THE BLUE BOX
AND EVERYTHING IT
STANDS FOR ON EVERY
IMPORTANT OCCASION.

968-0820

CONGREGATION SHOMER ISRAEL

Is Pleased to Announce That It will Conduct

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Former United Hebrew Schools Building

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Singles—$15.00—Couples—$25.00

Tickets Are Available at

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Mr. Gordon
Mr. Fishman 19171 Lesure

864-0319
864-4881

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Included in one monthly payment . . . Breakfast and
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Whirlpool and Steam rooms . . . Exercise rooms. Sewing
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• movies. For your security and peace of mind • a call system
that will bring one of the registered nurses who are on duty at
all times. An attended gate house.
please call Mrs. Neville at .353-2810 to
obtain information or arrange an interview.
from $535 per month

TODAY'S Y UTH!

Irwin I. Cohn

Honorary Chairman





TODAY'S YOUTH --

Confused, wandering, suffering an identity crisis.



TODAY'S YOUTH --

the greatest problem facing our Jewish community.



MANY

sigh about the problem; many make "studies" and call conferences.

As -we stand at the end of the outgoing year and at the threshold of the new, it is a most appropriate time to give an
accolade to those who are people of action -- not sighs, people who make strides -- not studies -- in alleviating this
problem. It is therefore highly appropriate that on Sunday, September 18 (Tishrei 6) between Rosh Hashana and
Yom Kippur, Lubavitch, the specialists in deeds not words, will dedicate the Synagogue-Lounge in the University of
Michigan Chabad House Student center to Jack and Miriam Shenk man -- the people of action in education. (Guest
speaker is Dr. Velvl W. Greene, Microbioligist and space scientist.)

I hope and pray that the end of the year shall also bring
an end to sighing and a beginning to doing, emulating
the Shenk man's example.

atosw

With warmest wishes to all for a
happy, healthy and prosperous new year,
Irwin I. Cohn

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