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November 03, 1978 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, November 3, 1978

In 1897, Theodor Herzl
organized in Basle the First
Zionist Congress, and
founded the World Zionist
Organization.

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Mr. and Mrs. Al (Libbie)
Posen were honored by their
children recently at a party
at Adat Shalom Synagogue
on the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
To mark the event the Po-
sens presented an ambu-
lance for Israel through
Magen David Adom, the Is-
rael counterpart of the Red
Cross. On their 40th an-,
niversary, the Posens con-
tributed a forest to the
Jewish National Fund.
Grandson Robert
Schwartz was master of
ceremonies for a pro-

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THE POSENS

gram that included
toasts, poems and
speeches by relatives and
friends. Former Adat
Shalom spiritual leader,
Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom, presented
the couple with a certifi-
cate of honor from the
synagogue. Daughter
Geri Schwartz, and
granddaughter Esther,
sang a medley of songs in
the Posens' honor.
Humorist Max Sosin also
entertained.
Mrs. Posen is a past
president of Women of
Jewish National Fund and
is active on behalf of Jewish
communal causes. Her hus-
band is president of Famous
Furniture Stores.

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MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
have a road rally Saturday,
leaving 7:30 p.m. from the
Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield. .4 party
will follow. There is a
charge. For information and
to register, call Marcia Es-
ton, 357-9135. The group
will host a disco 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 19 in the main Jewish
Center. Limitless Space
Disco will provide music for
dancing. There is a charge,
and refreshments will be
served. For information,
call Sue ' Sugarman, 548-
0108, or Cindy Mandel-
' Baum, 851-8794.
* * *
SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear Doug Ross, former
executive director of Corn-
mon Cause and founder and
co-director of the Michigan
Citizens' Lobby, 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the main Jewish
Center: There is a charge. A
social hour will follow. For
information, call Phil Fa-
bian, 967-4110; Lois Mdore,
968-3054; or Dorothy Shap-
iro, 557-2599.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB will
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Northgate Apts. club
house. The program will
feature musical and photo
paintings by Richard • Ver-
nick. An afterglow will be

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 6 p.m.
Sunday at the Hunter's
Ridge Apts. club home.
President Leo Hack will
lead a discussion on new
projects and committees.
Two new member couples,
Mr. and Mrs. Hy (Ethel)
Blackmbn and Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin (Madeline) Barkin,
will be welcomed.
A social hour will follow,
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Sol,
(Ethel) Lakind.

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held at Stafford's Restau-
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mation, call Cecile Barth-
olomew, ,559-8397, or
Esther Bershad, 543-6294.
* * *
SPACE, the single par-
ent service of the Greater
Detroit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women,
will sponsor a program
entitled, "Are You Listen :-
ing?" 8 p.m. Thursday at the
NCJW offices, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. Social
worker David Kohne will
speak. There is a .charge.

Readers
Forum

Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be
brief. The writer's name will
be withheld from publica-
tion upon request. No un-
signed letters will be pub-
lished. Materials will not be
returned unless a stamped,
self-addreised' envelope is
enclosed.

Jewish Camping
Aiding the Youth

Editor, The Jewish News:
I too share your concern
that was expressed in your
Purely Commentary col-
umn on Oct. 20, 1978. I also
feel that there should be
. concern expressed by our
community about the effec-
tiveness of its educational
system.
While' I do not disagree
with the approach of Dr. Eli
Grad, I would suggest that
there are other approaches
that may also be successful
in addition to the ones he
suggested.
In my experience I have
found the camping move-
- - -ment;--especially, the-Re-
form camping movement, to
produce kids that are
strongly motivated, turned
on to Judaism and Jewish
knowledge. Perhaps there is
I a technique to create this
intensive Jewish camping
experience in a more mod-
ified form in our city life.
Perhaps it is possible not
only. to use it for children
but to develop it for adults
as well. Perhaps it can be
used to educate the whole
family.

Henry R. Winkelman

6122 Orchard Lake Rd
W. Bloomfield Plaza

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