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September 30, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-30

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— • 28 Friday, September 30,

1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Historical Marker to Honor Traverse City's Synagogue

A marker com-
memorating the longest
continuous usage of a syna-

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gogue in Michigan, by Cong.
Beth El of Traverse City,
will take place Oct. 16 at the
synagogue. The marker has
been authorized by the His-
torical Commission of the
Michigan Secretary of
State's office.
The dedication ceremony
will be attended by Gov.

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Milliken, Cantor
Harold Drbach of Temple
Israel, Rabbi Harry E.
Goldwater, Beth El's spit-
rual leader, and Diane
Gilbo, Traverse City mayor
pro-tem.
Also attending will be Dr.
Irving I. Edgar of the Jew-
ish Historical Society of
Michigan, Jerry Rose of the
Michigan Historical Com-
mission and Hyman Bylan
of the Union of American
11 brew congregation.
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NCJW Section
Sets Discussion

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ment of the Greater Detroit
Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, will conduct
a three-session series on
"What You Are Is Where
You Were When . ." Oct.
10, 19 and 24.
The opening session will
take place 9:30 a.m. Oct. 10
at the Bloomfield Township
Library. The video-tape,
"What You Are Is Where
You Were When . ." and
luncheon and discussion
groups headed by Nadine
Bell, will follow.
Follow-up sessions will be
held 12:30 p.m. Oct. 19 and
24 at the NCJW offices. Res-
ervations are payable in
advance. For information,
call the NCJW, 557-9604.

igan, Jewish War Veterans,
will be represented by Leon-
ard Green, commander,
who will present and dedi-
cate an American flag for
use by Cong. Beth El.
The one-room school-
house type structure that
Beth El uses was built in
1885 and has remained in
continuous usage by the
congregation to the present.
As part of the com-
memoration program. Can-
tor Orbach will re-dedicate
a Torah scroll brought to
the congregation from
Czechoslovakia. Cantor
Orbach has shoWn a contin-
uing interst in Cong. Beth
El, and has on occasion con-
ducted services for the 25-
family congregation.

Kenen to Deliver Bloomberg
Lecture at Adat Shalom Oct.13

Early
Deadline

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The Jewish News has an
early deadline of 3 p.m.
today for local publicity to
appear in the issue of Oct. 7.
The deadline will revert
to noon Monday, Oct. 10, for
the issue of Oct. 14; how-
ever Monday, Oct. 10 is a
postal holiday and mailed
publicity should be mailed
early to arrive before the
deadline.

I.L. Kenen, veteran jour-
nalist and American Jewish
leader who has been in the
forefront of Israel's struggle
for American support for
more than 30 years, will
deliver the fifth Morris E.
Bloomberg Judaica Lecture
8:15 p.m., Oct. 13 in the
synagogue social hall.

He will speak on "Crisis
in the Search for Peace"
which will be 'based on his
testimony before the Senate
Foreign Relations
Committee.

A driving force behind the
American Israel Public
Affairs Committee
(AIPAC). Kenen is pub-
lisher and editor emeritus of
the Near East Report.

Kenen is a correspondent
for the London Jewish
Chronicle and writes a
widely read "Monitor" col-
umn which appears in the
Near East Report and other
publications to counter Arab
propaganda.
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