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January 20, 1978 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 20, 1978 39

SZ Guest Speaker Cherrick Active in Higher Education

Dr. Bernard Cherrick,
who will address Cong.
Sharrey Zedek Shabat
morning services Saturday,
has had a long career in the
field of higher education.
He has lectured at univer-
sities in Australia, Canada,

Venezuela, Argentina and in
the U.S. He gave a lecture
on "The Discovery and Sig-
nificance of the Dead Sea
Scrolls" at the University of
Toronto, which published
the talk in its review. The
article was reprinted in

many university pub-
lications_ throughout the
world.
Current vice president of

Hadassah Study Group Lunch
Due Feb. 7 at Shaarey Zedek

The Metropolitan Detroit the University of Michigan
Chapter of Hadassah will and a lecturer in religious
hold its annual study group studies. He also is Jewish
luncheon noon Feb. 7 at " chaplai7 at the Federal Cor-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. All rectional Institution in Mi-
members of study groups lan, and is in charge of the
will be honored.
Hebrew High School of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Guest speaker will be Mi-
Ida Joyrich is education
chael Brooks, whose topic
vice - president. Sue Rose,
will be: "Nisht a Hin, Nisht
Arlene Gould and Enid
a Her: Possible Solutions to
Bienstockare co-chairmen.
Impossible Problems."
For reservations by Feb.
Brooks is a doctoral can-
1, call Hadassah House, 273-
didate in ancient history at
5441. There-is a charge.

Detroit Zionists Will Hear
Iran-Born Physician Banooni

-

The Zionist Organization
of Detroit will meet 8:16
p.m. Thursday in the Zionist
Cultural Center.,
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Firooz Banooni, who will
discuss "Jews of Iran and
Their Identification With Ii-
rael."
- An obstetrician-gyneco
logist, Dr. Banooni was born
and educated in Iran. He
came to the U.S. in 198,
and received further medi- ,
cal training in Philadelphia
and Detroit. He is presently
in private practice in De-
troit, and serves on the staff
of Sinai and Harper-Grace
Hospitals.

DR. FIROQZ BANDON'

Tourist Reception

NEW YORK — Tourists
in Israel at the end of Janu-
ary are invited to attend a
reception given by Prof.
Ephraim Katzir, president
of Israel, at Bet Hanassi in
Jerusalem, the president's
official residence. The re-
ception, in honor of Israel's
30th anniversary, will take
place Tuesday.

for tuition and registration.
Evelyn Rotstein, director
of Camp Youg Judaea, will
address a camp rally 1 p.m.
Jan. 29 in the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Allan Ash, 13125
Vernon, Huntington Woods.
Slides of camp and details
of the program will be re-
viewed. Interested parents
and children are welcome.
For information, call Mari-
lyn Ash, 398-8097, Marsha
Harris, 355-4350, or Sue
Kaufman, 647-4647.

WSU, U-M Hold

Classes at Center

Wayne State' University,
the University of Michigan
Extension- Service and the
Jewish Community Center
are cooperating in a pro-
gram, University Courses in
Adult Education.
The program will begin
Feb. 6 at the main Jewish
Center - complex in West
Bloomfield. Among the
courses are "The History of
the Holocaust, - "Wit and
Wisdom of the World, Oral
History," "Calligraphy,"
"The Great Lakes," "Rome
Adventure" and "Scandi-
navia.",
For information and cata-
logue, call the UCAE office,
577-4665.

He has lectured through-
out the world on behalf of
Hebrew University and Is-
rael. He is a member of The
Israel Philosophical Society,
-the Israel Oriental Society,
the Israel Exploration
Society and the Inter-
national Lotus Club.

Women's League 60th Marked

Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism will cele-
brate its 60th anniversary
Saturday and Sunday in
synagogues throughout
Michigan. —
Women will participate in
services at Cong. Bnai
Moshe, Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation, Congregation of
_Moses in Kalamazoo and
Ahavas Israel in Grand
Rapids. The occasion - also
has been observed with '
luncheons at Cong. Beth Is-
rael, Flint, and Cong. Beth
Achim. -
Mrs. Seymour Ungar,

Sholem Aleichem
Institute Plans
Annual Art Show

Hashachar Camp Expands Facilities

Camp Young Judaea, Ha-
dassah-sponsored camp for
boys and girls age 9-13 is
moving to Chelsea to ex-
pand to meet the needs of
its growing camp program.
Camp Young Judaea is
the summer program of
Hashachar, the Hadassah-
sponsored youth movement.
In its seventh year, the
camp serves Jewish yOuth
from all over the Midwest.
Programming combines
traditional camping activi-
ties with religious- and • Is-
rael-oriented activities.
The 1978 program will in-
clude two three-week ses-
sions, June 21 through, July
11, and July 13 through Aug.
2. Campers can attend both
sessions. There is an early
bird discount on tuition for
children registering before
Feb. 1. There is a charge

DR. BERNARD CHERRICK

the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Dr. Cherrick

has held other academic po-
sitions. +le was a member of
the university's major pol-
icy committees, chairman
of the Israel Academic
Committee, vice president
of the International Associ-
ation of University Presi-
dents and represented the
university at an IAUP con-
gress in Seoul and
Monrovia.

The 15th annual Sholem
Aleichem Institute Art Show
and Sale will take place
Feb. 3-5 at the Shenandoah
Country Club. More than
3,500 works from 150 of
Michigan's top professional
artists will be. displayed.
Exhibited will be . wood
carvings, etchings, stained
glass works, silk screen,
sculpture, batiks, macrame,
ceramics, paintings and
jewelry. -
The art show and sale will
open. 8 p.m. Feb. 3 with a
"Sip and Shop" period. At 8
p.m. Feb. 4, there will be a
"happening" and art prizes
will be awarded.
Hours are 11 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
and 8-10 p.m. Feb. 3, 11 a.m.
- 10 p.m. Feb. 4 and 11 a.m.
- 5 p.m. Feb. 5. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
the public is invited at a
nominal charge. '

Workmen's Circle
to See `Candide'

Workmen's Circle of
Mchigan will host a theater
party 8:30 p.m. Jan 28 at the
Bonstelle Theater.
The musical "Candide"
will be presented.
Following the perform-
ance, refreshments will be
served in the Bonstelle
Room at the theater.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the Work-
men's Circle, 626-6016, or
Sarah Caplan, 967-4076. The
public is invited.

Michigan Branch president,
and Mrs. Boris Tobes of
Cong. Bnai Moshe attended
the national celebration this
week in Chicago where they
heard Mrs. Milton Perry,
national president, via tele-
phone hook-up to events
being held simultaneously in
New York, Miami and Los
Angeles.

Sokolow Award
Winners Listed

TELAVIV (JTA)—Two
journalists were the, recipi-
ents of the Tel Aviv Munici-
pality's annual Nahum
Sokolow Awards presented
recently.
Aryeh Dissentchik, re-
tired editor of Maariv, was
cited "for his life-time ac-
complishments as a journal-
ist." Haviv Knaan, of Haa-
retz, was given the award
"for his investigative re-
porting" which helped bring
about the trial and con-
viction in Holland last year
of Nazi war Crimes suspect
Pieter Menten.

SAM
BARNETT

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