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February 10, 1978 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-10

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Friday, February 10, 1918 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel, Branch Plan Activities

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation, located on the
Wayne State University
campus, will sponsor a
student-run minyan for
men and women 9:30 a.m.
Saturday at Hillel House,
Oak Park. Rabbi Howard
Addison will lead a Torah
discussion, and kidush will
follow. The public is invited.
Hillel will sponsor a
luncheon for Yedida
Stillman of the State Uni-
versity of New York 1:30
p.m. Tuesday in the' Hillel
lounge. There is a charge
-.4 reservations Care re-
red.
Following the luncheon
at 2:30 p.m., Prof. Stillman
will speak on "The Women
of Morocco" in the French
room of Manoogian Hall on
campus. The program is co-
sponsored by the Women's
Center and the WSU de-
partment of Near Eastern
studies.
Prof. David Weiss
Halivni of the Jewish
Theological Seminary
will speak 11:30 a.m. Feb.
17 in the French room of
Manoogian Hall on the
WSU campus. Luncheon
will follow in the Hillel,
lounge. The public is in-
vited. The talk is co-
sponsored by the Hillel
Foundation and the Near
Eastern studies depart-
ment.
Informal Judaica classes,
open to the public, are held
at Hillel House. A course on
Megillat Esther meets 7:30
p.m. every other Tuesday at
Hillel House. Rabbi Feivel

Wagner of Young Israel of
Greenfield teaches a Tal-
mud shiur on Masekhet
Hullin 9:15 p.m. Tuesdays
in the synagogue. Marcia
Wagner leads a Hebrew dis-
cussion group 7:30 p.m.
Wednesdays at Hillel
House. A Torah study on the
idra of the week is offered
11:30 a.m. Thursdays in the
Hillel lounge on campus.
There is no charge for the
classes. For information or
reservations, call the Hillel
office, 577-3459.

* * *

AZYF Confab
Due in Chicago

The American Zionist
Youth Foundation will hold
its Midwest Jewish Student
Conference Feb. 17-19 at
the Bernard Horwich
Jewish Community Center
in Chicago.
The conference will fea-
ture workshops on Israel,
world Jewry,` Jewish social
issues and group dynamics.
Students from Illinois,
Indiana, Missouri, Min-
nesota, Wisconsin, Ohio
and Michigan will
participate.
Cost of the conference
covers kosher meals and
lodging, and Shabat will be
observed. For information,
call Marcia Wagner, cam-
pus representative on the
WSU campus, 577-3459, or
Dan Grosse, at the Hillel
Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, 663-3336.
All college students are in-
vited.

World Affairs
Lectures in OP

The Center for Peace and
Conflict Studies will pre-
sent a lecture series, "Great
Decisions '78," Feb. 19 and
26 and March 5 and 12 at
the Oak Park Library.
At 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19, Ray
Tanter, professor of political
ence at the University of
chigan and international
elations at Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, will
speak on "The Changing
Middle East: What U.S. In-
terests Are at Stake?"
Prof. Maurice Waters of
the Wayne State University
Political Science Depart=
ment will chair the lectures,
held under the sponsorship
of the Friends of the Oak
Park Library, the WSU
Center for Peace and Con-
flict Studies and the Detroit
Council for World Affairs.
For information, call
Marge Katz, 577-3453. The
public is invited free of
charge.

ing following the game. For
information, call Ruth
Grey, 398-8619; Jean
Alspector, 476-6699; or the
president, Norrine
Freeman, 661-5268. The
group will visit the Chil-
dren's Village Thursday.
For information, call Betty
Rose Eisenberg, 968-6083.

Akiva Hebrew Day
School PTA will hold a gen-
eral meeting 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Zwick, 28890
Brooks Ln., Southfield.
Rabbi James I. Gordon of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
will speak on "How to Raise
a Halakhically Responsible
and Socially Well-Adjusted
Child."
Parents and friends of
Akiva are invited. For in-
formation, call the Zwicks,
355-4993, or the president,
Rita Schreiber, 559-6210.

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will hold its second annual
Children's Home in Israel
fund-raising dinner 6:30
p.m. Wednesday in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
There is a charge, which en-
titles the donor to dinner
and a Children's Home cer-
tificate. There will be a
cosmetic demonstration.
For reservations, call
Esther Applebaum, 557-
2975, or Marcella Roth,
356-6378.

.**

DOWNTOWN - FOX
LODGE will meet 8 p.m.
Thursday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home, Southfield. Rep-
resentatives of the Jewish
National Fund will be on
hand. The program will in-
clude movies. Refreshments
will be served.

WOMEN ON THEIR
OWN, a new chapter, will
have a dinner meeting 7
p.m. Thursday in the MCL
Cafeteria in the Tel-12
Mall. Linda Garfield will
speak on "Child Abuse."
Plans for attending a
"Brunch With Bach" prog-
ram will be discussed. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Lillian Epstein,
537-3822, after 6 p.m., or
Rose Rubens, GR 4-3238,
after 6 p.m.

L'CHAYIM LODGE
will have a cocktail party
honoring new officers 8:30
p.m. Saturday. For reserva-
tions and information, call
Michael Berger, 398-8079.

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***

Retiring BB
Head Wins Post

TORONTO (JTA) — Her-
bert S. LeVy, who is due to
retire in June as executive
vice president of Bnai Brith
District 22, has been named
to the post of Citizenship
Judge.
A Citizenship Judge de-
termines the naturalization
of applicants for Canadian
citizenship.
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut,
who retired last month as
senior rabbi of Holy Blos-
som Temple, was among
three new appointees to the
Ontario Human Rights
Commission, a provincial
body which administers and
oversees the workings of the
province's Human Rights
Code.

***

CENTENNIAL LODGE
will have its Anti-
Defamation League dinner
7 p.m. Thursday at the Red
Cedars Restaurant, South-
field. Richard Lobenthal,
director of the Michigan re-
gional ADL office, and John
rents help in fund-raising E. Jacobs, chairman of the
activities, build and repair Michigan regional advisory
classroom and playground board will be guest speak-
equipment, volunteer in the ers. For reservations, call
classroom, provide snacks, Morrey Silverman; 545-
transportation for one field 6603, or Gerry Corlin, 559-
trip and serve on the 4041. There is a charge.
Paid advance reservations
school's committees.
may be mailed to Silverman
Currently there are 18 at 21361 Ridgedale, Oak
students enrolled in the Park, 48237.
**.
kindergarten
school's
through second grades.
COUPLETS will attend
Work is done in English and a Detroit Pistons basketball
Hebrew, and the boys wear game 8 p.m Saturday at
yarmulkes.
Cobo Hall. Members are re-
Friday afternoons are quested to gather at Al
occasion for improvised Green's in the Fisher Build-
Shabat services. The
school follows the Con- Attorney Wins
servative Jewish prac- Scout Award
tice.
Attorney Bernard J. Can-
The school has two full- tor was presented the Silver
time teachers, both of whom Beaver Award of the Detroit
are bilingual, and use both Area Council of the Boy Sc-
languages — Hebrew and outs of America " for out-
English — in their cur- standing service to youth
ricula. Standardized and the community." The
textbooks are used and each award is the highest honor
class receives a monthly of the Council.
Cantor won the Jewish
evaluation by a non-parent,
which is presented in writ- Committee on Scouting's
ten form to the teachers and Shofar Award in 1976. An
Eagle Scout himself, Cantor
the personnel committee.
Plans are in the offing to is the father of four sons and
hire a director or principal. a daughter. Three of the
More specialty persons are sons, Glen, Cliff and James,
needed, especially in music have won Eagle Scout hon-
and art, according to the ors, while the youngest,
school's curriculum chair- Mark has been named a life
man Harriet Blumberg. The scout. Both Mark and
school also plans to add a James have earned Scout-
grade each year up to the ing's Ner Tamid religious
award.
sixth grade.

Ann Arbor Day School Has
Aid of Parents for Operation

, Parents of students in the
Ann Arbor Hebrew Day
School take an active role in
the operatioh of the institu-
tion, according to Kathy
Hulik in the Ann Arbor
News.
Since creating the school,
housed in the Bethlehem
United Church until the
new Cong. Beth Israel
synagogue is built, the pa-

3nai Brith Activitie;1

Akiva PTA Plans
General Meeting

Technion Unit
Meeting to Focus
on Solar Energy

"Solar Energy — Current
Status and Future Promise"
will be explored by the De-
troit Chapter, American
Technion Society, 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday -at the Holiday
Inn, Southfield. The prog-
ram will feature a new edi-
tion of the current events
film, "Israel Reports."
George Murray, super-
visor, Solar Energy Re-
search Group, Detroit Edi-
4 will review the
son Co,
practical state-of-the-art of
solar heating, cooling and
electric power generation.
Program Chairman is Peter
Altman, member of the De-
troit Chapter program
committee and board of di-
rectors.
The public is invited.

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