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January 13, 1978 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-13

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22 Friday, January 13, 1978 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Fran Weiss, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss
of LaBelle Blvd., Oak Park,
was in California recently,
where she visited her broth-
er, Dr. Allan Weiss, and
Mrs. Weiss.

Historical Society

Catholic Convert to Judaism

Will Hold Meeting

Will Speak at Bnai Moshe

The Jewish Historical So-
ciety of Michigan will hold
its semi-annual meeting
noon Jan. 22 at Stouffer's
restaurant in Northland.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Eugene D. Perle, professor
of urban planning at Wayne
State University. There is a
charge, and guests are wel-
come.
For information, call
Bette Schein, 355-1657 or Sa-
rah Rogoff, 424-8808.

A former Catholic priest
who converted to Judaism,
Abraham Carmel, will
speak for- the Cong. Bnai
Moshe Town Hall series 8
p.m. Sunday in the main_
sanctuary of the synagogue.
Carmel will speak on "Con-
verting Jews to Judaism."
Carmel, a member of the
faculty of the Yeshiva of
Flatbush, N.Y., wrote about
his conversion in "So
Strange My Path." He
speaks little of his con-
version and devotes much of
his time to Jewish issues.
Carmel was graduated
from the Ferkauf Graduate
School of Yeshiva Univer-
sity in 1966 and is currently
enrolled in a doctoral pro-
gram. He lived and taught
in Israel for two years and
plans to settle there.

Scoliosis Club

The Scoliosis Club of
Southeastern Michigan will
meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Administrative Service
Building of Beaumont Hos-
pital.
Dr. Carl Samberg, ortho-
pedist, will speak on
"What's New With Sco-
liosis."

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All rabbis and lay leaders
have been asked to stress
the role played by JNF in
the building of Israel, in
redeeming the land and in
reclaiming and re-foresting
the country.

"Founded 76 years ago,
Jewish National Fund," ac-
cording to Schlussel and

Marty Friedman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Katz
of Oak Park, won a Carib-
bean cruise in a recent con-
test sponsored by the Com-
munity National Bank, to
celebrate the opening of its
newest office in the Green-
Lincoln office building in
Oak Park.

Dr. Nathaniel Branden,
psychclogist, will conduct a
40-hour, four-day intensive
on "Self-Esteem and the Art
of .Being," Thursday - Jan.
the Northfield Hilton
lnn. For information, con-
tact Lee M. Shulman and
Astir dates, 541-2660.
* * *
Marilyn S. Betman has
been named secretary-
treasurer of the Michigan
Chapter of the American
Medi•;:l Writers Associ-
ation. Ms. Betman has
worked in public relations,
advertising and in the free-

Stollman, "is meeting the
challenge of the year 2,000
by overcoming desert condi-
tions and wasteland prob-
lems. It serves as a pilot
project in mankind's
struggle against world hun-
ger, by modern ecological
use of afforestation it helps
restore the balance of na-
ture; by its principle of na-
tional land, it acts as a
pioneer of land reform and
social justice.''-

The month of Shevat, Jan.
9 - Feb. 7, has been pro-
claimed as JNF Month. The
highlight of the month is Tu
b'Shevat, the New Year for
Trees, which will be cele-
brated on Jan. 23. In Israel
where spring comes earlier,
everyone, but especially
children, plant a tree on Tu
b'Shevat and this custom
has become worldwide. In
the Detroit area, thousands
of pupils in all the Jewish
schools will participate by
buying trees for planting in
Israel.

ABRAHAM CARMEL
The next program in the
series will take place Feb.
12 when the legal and social
implications of the Bakke
Case will be discussed.
The public is invited at no
charge.

Business Briefs

Orchard Mall will feature
author Mitchell S. Ross in
an autograph session 1:30
p.m. Saturday at Book-
people in the mall. The
shopping center will present
a free square dance 7:30
p.m. Saturday, co-sponsored
by the West Bloomfield
Parks and. Recreation De-
partment and the Orchard
Mall Merchants Associ-
ation. Robert Papineau's
"Pippin Puppets" will be
seen 1 p.m. Jan. 21. Entries
in the West Bloomfield Pub-
lic Library and Parks and
Recreation Department's
photography contest will be
on display in the mall Jan.
30-Feb. 9.

good times, good food, good friends
come enjoy life with us at .. .

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

Synagogues to Mark JNF Sabbath

Jewish National Fund
Sabbath will be observed in
synagogues and temples
throughout Michigan on the
Sabbath of Jan. 21, it was
announced by Mark E.
Schlussel, president of the
Greater Detroit JNF Coun-
cil and Phillip Stollman,
chairman of - the JNF Reli-
gious Council.

Meeting Planned

342-7100

14500 W. 7 Mile Rd. •

r

Activities
in Society

lance writing field and is
president of a newly formed
advertising and public rela-
tions agency, The Write
Idea, located at 23077
Greenfield, Suite 182, South-
field.
* * *

Many organizations are
holding special programs to
mark JNF Month and JNF
will furnish speakers and
films to enhance the occa-
sion. To plant trees, call the
JNF office, 968-0820.

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