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October 27, 1978 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

iThe Best of Everythmg

(Continued from Page 32)
ranks among the best any-
where.

FROM FOOD FOR
THOUGHT, by Consumers

For Pure Food . . . "If you
feel nervous or tense, try
walking instead of a tran-
quilizer, suggest Dr. Her-
bert DeVries. An exercise
physiologist at the Univer-
sity of Southern California,
DeVries says 15 min-
Mikes of exercise is more ef-
fective than a tranquilizer
pill for easing stress.
"The doctor feels that a
walk is especially valuable
for older people whose reac-
tions can be dangerously
slowed by tranquilizers.
`Moderate exercise calms

nervous tension.' he says. 'It
also improves body tone and
brings a general feeling of
well-being.'
" 'No one should under-
take a prolonged-or strenu-
ous exercise program with-
out careful preparation and
a doctor's guidance, but no
one should sit around and
vegetate either,' says Dr.
DeVries."
BUD SHERBOW is
manager at Topinka's
Country House on W; Seven
Mile and Telegraph . . . an-
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UOJCA to Cite
President Carter

NEW YORK — The
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America
will present President Car-
ter with an "International
Peace Award" at its na-
tional convention, Nov.
22-26, at the Capital'Hilton
Hotel in Washington D.C.
According to UOJC
President Harold M. Jacobs,
the award is being pre-
sented "in recognition of the
President's outstanding ac-
complishments in seeking
world peace, particularly
through his unprecedented
personal efforts at Camp
David."

Jack Levine
Art Displayed

NEW YORK — "Jack
Levine: Retrospective Ex-
hibition" will be displayed
at, the Jewish Museum in
New York Nov. 8 - Jan. 28.
More than 180 Levine
works will be on display, in-
cluding early drawings
from his high school years,
works from a WPA project,
Hebrew subjects executed
in the 1940s after the death
of his father, work showing
his social observer role for
30 years, and. paintings a
the Third World and 'his
Jerusalem thing" Of recent
years.

Chapel Fund
Names Director

NEW YORK — Chaim H. 1
Friend has' been appOinted
executive director of the
West Point Jewish Chapel I
Fund. The purpose of the
- fund is to build the first
Jewish chapel at the United
States Military Academy.
Friend was a national di-
rector of the United Jewish
Appeal for more than 10
years. For 16 years, he
served the Reform . move-
ment as executive vice
chairman of the Reform
Jewish Appeal and as the
national director of de-
velopment for six years of
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion.

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Temple Teachers
Conference Set

SAN ANTONIO — The
24th annual conference of
the National Association of
Temple Educators will be
held in San Antonio, Texas
from Dec. 24-28, 1978. The
theme of the meeting is
"Shaping Our Destiny: The
New Temple Educator."
Keynote speeches will be
given by Rabbi Daniel
Syme, director of the UAHC
Department of Education;
Rabbi William Cutter, di-
rector of the Hirsch School
of Education at HUC in Los
Angeles; and Dr. Robert
Gilletti.

Tarbuth Fund
Plans Program
- NEW YORK — The Tai-

buth Foundation will begin
its "Weekends with Jewish
History" series Nov. 3, in
Schenectady, N.Y.
Programs at Cong.
Agudat Achim will focus on
Rabbi Judah Halevi,
Spanish doctor, philosopher
and poet. Sabbath services
will be conducted in the
Sephardic ritual and meals
will have a Spanish-Jewish
menu. Along with a number
of seminars, there will be a
Saturday night "Ladino
Discotheque."

ADL Teach-In
to Cite Wiesel

NEW YORK — The
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith will hold a
teach-in on "Building a
Moral Society," using the
writings of author-lecturer
Elie Wiesel.
The proceedings, on Nov.
19 at the New York Hilton
Hotel, will be followed that
evening with the presenta-
tion to Wiesel of the ADL's
1978 Joseph Prize for
Human Rights.

Millman to Head
World Congress

NEW YORK — Herbert
Millman, executive director
of the World Confederation
of Jewish Community. Cen-
ters, has been elected
president of the Interna-
tional Conference ofJewish
Communal Service, suc-
ceeding Charles Zibbell,
associate executive direc-
tor, Council of Jewish Fed-
erations.

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