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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-02

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Friday, January 2, 1981

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
inaugurate its Tillie Martin
Memorial Lecture Series,
named for the late chair-
man of its cultural commis-
sion, 8 p.m Jan. 13 at the
synagogue.
Guest speaker at the in-
augural lecture will be Dr.
Cyrus Gordon, who holds
the chair in Hebraic studies
at New York University.
His topic will be "Jewish
Women in History."
Dr. Gordon composed and
published the first com-
prehensive grammar, dic-
tionary, text edition and
translation of the Ugaritic
tablets that revolutionized
Old Testament studies.
He was elected an hon-
orary fellow of the Royal
Asiatic Society in 1975
and is the recipient of
numerous honors,
awards and fellowships.
A native of Philadelphia,
Dr. Gordon earned BA, MA
and PhD degrees at the
University of Pennsyl-
vania.
He has been an instructor
of Hebrew and Assyrian at
the U-P and a field ar-
cheologist in the American
Schools of Oriental Re-
search in Jerusalem and
Baghdad. Dr. Gordon has
been involved in explora-

was on extended active duty
as a U.S. Army officer in
World War II. He initiated
and directed a section for
breaking enemy codes and
ciphers while in the service.
Mrs. Walter L. Field is
cultural commission chair-
man. Field is honorary
chairman and Dr. Peter A.
Martin is co-chairman. The
public is invited free of
charge.

Election's Affect on Jewry
Topic of Adat Shalom

Dr. Michael Berenbaum,
executive director of the
Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington, will
address Shabat morning
services Jan. 10 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Following services Dr.
Berenbaum will be the
guest of the adult study
commission, sisterhood and
men's club at a luncheon
hosted and catered by the
sisterhood.
After the luncheon Dr.
Berenbaum will speak on
"The Meaning for the
Jewish People of the 1980
Election on the Eve of the
Presidential Inauguration."
An associate professor of
religion at George Wash-
ington University, Dr. Be-
renbaum was deputy direc-

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