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April 27, 1979 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Services, Dinner to Mark
Israel Independence Day

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MOVING?

Special worship services
for Yom Hazikaron (Day of.
Remembrance) and Yom
Ha'Atzmaut (Day of Inde-
pendence) will be held 6:15
p.m. Tuesday at Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods.
Rabbi Shaul Broner will
chant the liturgy which will
follow the order established
by the Chief Rabbinate of
Nrael. Participating in the
service will be Rabbis
Names I. Gordon, Samuel H.
Prero, Joshua Sperka and
Feivel Wagner.
A holiday dinner in
Stollman Hall will be held

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following the service.
Serving on the ar-
rangements committee
are Yetta Bodzin, Rita
Bigman, Alice Mandel-
baum, Esther Starr and
Alan Rothstein. For
reservations, call . Young
Israel of Oak-Woods,
398-1177.

The program is sponsored
b the Metropolitan Council
of Young Israel, Religious
Zionists of Detroit and the
Bodzin Post, Jewish War
Veterans. The public is in-
vited.

Haifa Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi
Will Address Vaad Jubilee

Rabbi Shaar Yoshu v i Co-
hen, chief Ashkanazi rabbi
of Haifa, Israel, since 1975,
will be the guest speaker at
the ' 50th anniversary gol-
den jubilee banquet of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
6 p.m. May 14 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Rabbi Cohen will join the
Detroit Jewish community
in paying tribute to the
Vaad Harabonim for 50
years of service to Torah
Judaism.
The chief rabbi of Haifa

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The Cultural Commission

of

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Cordially Invites You To Hear

RABBI COHEN

THE KOLLEL INSTITUTE. OF GREATER DETROIT
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
OPENING OF REGISTRATION

FOR THE

SECOND ANNUAL
TORAH STUDY RETREAT FOR FAMILIES

R week of Torah study
and recreation for the entire family

August 25th thru September 2nd
At

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(2-1/2 hours north of Detroit)

• "Shiurim" and classes for men, ladies and children
• Spacious modern facilities with all conveniences
• Torah environment for learning and recreation
• Private sandy beach on Lake Huron
• All sports and recreational facilities

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: RABBI E. B. FREEDMAN

KOLLEL INSTITUTE OF GREATER DETROIT

A CENTER FOR ADVANCED JEWISH STUDIES

15230 LINCOLN OAK PARK. MICHIGAN 48237

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was ordained in 1949 by
the late Chief Rabbi Isaac
Halevi Herzog and was
graduated magna cum
laude in 1955 from the He-
brew University with a
master of laws degree. He is
a member of the Isarel Bar
Association.
Rabbi Cohen was one
of the last to leave the old
city in the War of Inde-
pendence. He was taken
captive by the Jorda-
nians and spent seven
months in a prisoner-
of-war camp. He later be-
came chief chaplain of
the Israeli Air Force.
From 1965 to 1974, Rabbi
Cohen served as vice mayor
of the city of Jerusalem.
Today, in addition to his
rabbinic post, he is
president of the Harry Fis-
chel Institute in Jewish
Law and Seminary for the
training of rabbinical
judges (dayanim).
He has lectured and pub-
lished extensively.
The honorary chair-
men of the banquet are
Irwin I. Cohn and Julius
Rotenberg. Serving with
Salek Lessman, chair-
man of the 50th annual
banquet golden jubilee,
are Michael Karbal, Sam
Novetsky and Nathan
Soberman as co-
chairmen. Morris Dorn
and Max Goldsmith are
ticket co-chairmen.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Council
of Orthodox Rabbi's office,
559-5005. •

Shiffman' Clinic of Sinai
Hospital, a member agency
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, provides heal
care to the old, the immig-
rant and the needy regard-
less of their ability to pay.

DR. CHAIM POTOK

AUTHOR OF:

"THE CHOSEN"
"THE PROMISE"

"MY NAME IS ASHER LEV"
"IN THE BEGINNING"

(Described by Mark Van Doren as "The
ler living, in this or any other country"

mosbpd'werful storytel-

GUEST SPEAKER

TUESDAY EVENING

MAY 1 - 8 PM

in a discussion of

"WANDERINGS"

HISTORY .OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE

.

(a survey of 4,000 years)

(Lectures sponsored by The Berry Family)

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road, Southfield

No Charge

' The Community Is Invited
(See accompanying story)

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