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September 14, 1979 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Church Groups to
Attend JCC Talk

Shelly Jackier and
The Sunday afternoon
Charles Benham, co- program, with Sister Rose
chairpersons of the lecture as speaker, will be open to
to be delivered Sunday, 3 the public, admission free.
p.m., at the Jewish Com- There will be no solicita-
munity Center, by Sister tions.
Rose Thering of South
Featured in the program
Orange, N. J., - announce a will be folk singing of Israeli
response from scores of Met- . hymns, led by Janet Pont
ropolitan Detroit churches and Geri Levit. Israeli folk
for participation in this dancing demonstrations
event.
will be directed by Uri Segal
Mrs. Jackier is coor- and Rachel Jacobs.
'inator of the Israel Infor-
iation and Resource Cen- APAI Meeting
ter under whose auspices Slated Sunday
this lecture has been ar-
The Association of Par-
ranged.
Benham, executive direc- ents of American Israelis
tor of the Detroit Round will meet 2 p.m. Sunday
Table of the National Con- at Cong. Beth Abraham
ference of Christians and Hillel Moses.
Rabbi Israel Halpern,
Jews, said that the interest
aroused in this lecture, by a Barbara Lefton and Jean
strong Catholic defender of Rappaport will speak on
Israel's just rights, has been their children's situations
an encouragement in the ef- in Israel.
A nominating committee
forts to keep Israel's posi-
will be chosen. An Israeli
tion secure in the world.
film will be shown. Friends
Benham said that the are invited.
American friendship for
Israel is gaining strength
The desire of the right-
through the tasks intro- eous
is only good; but the
duced by Christians of all expectation
of the wicked is •
denominations.
Wrath.

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Zedek, will aid this pro-
gram, dinner co-chairmen
Emery Klein and Robert
Naftaly, stated.
In this appeal to the
community, Klein and Naf-
taly said that 30 percent of
the Bar-Ilan student body is
Oriental, that extension
studies are provided for
Sephardic communities and
the expansion of the Bar-
Ilan's programs in these di-
rections are gaining
ground.
Among the outreach
programs offered by
Bar-Ilan University is the
"Perch (Flower)" Proj-
ect, in which students
tutor underprivileged

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Radomer Plans
Memorial Rites

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The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its annual memo-
rial service noon Sunday at
the Radomer Cemetery.
Rabbi Leizer Levin will of-
ficiate.
The society will hold its
installation of officers Oct.
30 at the Furniture Club.
Officers to be installed
are: Nathan Wolok,
president; Rita Ager and
Helen Greenberg, vice
presidents; Louis Lumberg,
treasurer; Mae Weintraub
and Lillian Katz,
secretaries; Robert Dorn
and Louis Klein, trustees;
and Esther Wolok and Ray
Weinman, sunshine com-
mittee.

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elementary and junior
high school students. The
Bar-Ilan students take
their charges on trips to
museums and on tours of
the university.
Aside from the tutorial
project; the Bar-Ilan stu-
dents have "adopted" a chil-
dren's institute. Residents
are helped with their
studies while, at the same
time, are provided with a
role model.
The university students
involved in the projects are
studying subjects winch
will be helpful to them in
the outreach programs: so-
cial work, education and
English language.

MOVING?

Mrs. Max (Frieda) Stollman, a national leader in
women's ranks for Bar-Ilan University in Israel,
Emery Klein, standing, annual dinner co-chairman;
Philip Stollman, left, seated, global chairman of the
Bar-Ilan board of directors, and Robert Naftaly,
dinner co-chairman, are shown during a working ses-
sion preparatory to arrangements for the annual
event to be held Tuesday evening at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

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support of the educational
programs for Orientals in
Israel conducted by Bar-

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will hold its fall member-
ship luncheon 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Author Gerda Weissman
Klein will be the guest
speaker. A special presenta-
tion, "Cinderelka," will be
performed by the Oakland
Hills Players. This original

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Bar Ilan Asks Aid Here to Extend
Educational Programs for Orientals
A special appeal was

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