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March 13, 1981 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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AFTI VAIMMIMI

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, March 13, 1981

SZ Beth Hayeled Seeks
Students for Fall Term

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The Shaarey Zedek Beth
Hayeled is accepting appli-
cations for the fall semester.
In existence for 32 years, it
offers a bicultural program
for toddlers, pre-schoolers
or kindergarteners.

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Humanists Hit Moral Majority

Rabbi Sherwin Wine and
the Birmingham Temple in
Morning or afternoon Farmington Hills are or-
classes are held two, three ganizing secular and reli-
or five days a week for chil- gious humanist groups in
dren who are 21/2 through 5 Michigan and Illinois as a
years of age. Parent-toddler response to the Christian
classes meet one morning a fundamentalist Moral
week and accept children Majority organization.
between the ages of 21
The new organization is
months and three years.
being called Voice of Rea-
A kindergarten and son. President of the group
readiness program exists is Lynne Silverberg, a
for five year olds and chil- member of the Birmingham
dren with borderline birth- Temple.
Ms. Silverberg said the
days. Special enrichment
classes and a lunch program Voice of Reason has started
serve the special interests a fund-raising campaign
and needs of some children and is preparing 15-miwte
as well as parents. The staff radio broadcasts and a pilot'
specializes in early child- television program to
hood education, and there is counter Moral Majority.
Ms:Silverberg said she
a variety of equipment
geared to the different age does not disagree with
many of Moral Majority's
groups.

A recent addition to the
Beth Hayeled staff is Teri
Bornstein, who has an
MA degree in child psy-
chology and learning
disabilities. Ms. Borns-
tein will serve as a con-
sultant in assessing chil-
dren's auditory and vis-
ual perceptions as well as
conceptual development.
For information, call the
1 Beth Hayeled, 357-5544.

positions but objects to
their methods. "They
smack of McCarthyism,"
she said. "They say that
anybody that doesn't
agree with them is anti-
American ... That's a
real threat."
She added that many
people agree with Moral
Majority's positions on
abortion and the family.
But Voice of Reason dis-
agrees with attacks on the
teaching of the theory of
evolution in the schools and
the introduction of religion
into schools, politics and
public affairs.
According to Rabbi Wine,
Moral Majority is a threat
"to the free inquiry of sci-
ence and to reasonable
people in general."
The Voice of Reason will

Singles Events

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
meet 8 p.m. March 22 in the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Travel agent Annette
Langwald will speak on
"Exotic Single Travel With-
out Being Alone." A social
hour will follow. There is a
charge and singles age 35
and up are invited. For de-
tails, call Phil Fabian, 967-
4110; or Gerrie Feingold,
968-8853.

THE JEWISH SING-
LES (21-35) will have an
oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. today
at Cong.'Beth Shalom. Dr.
Leonard Moss of Wayne
State University's an-
thropology department will
speak on "Superstition."
Admission is free; refresh-
ments will be served.
The group will begin its
ballroom dance class 5 p.m.
Sunday at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
There is a fee.
At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
there will be an open meet-
ing in room 11 of the Morris
Branch.
Ice skating is the theme
of the evening 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday the South-
field Civic Center ice
arena. There is a charge
and participants are re-
quested to bring their
own skates.
For information on any of
the group's activities, call
Sue Katz, 532-6505; or Les-
ter Weitman, 356-8654.

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sponsor a public seminar on
creation vs. evolution 8:30
p.m. March -30 at the Bir-
mingham Temple.

HAMILTON PLACE
SINGLES (30 and up) will
have its spring dance 8:30

B usiness
Briefs

Robert M. Rycus of the
Whitney Management
Corp. was awarded the de-
signation of certified prop-
erty manager (CPM) at the
recent meeting of the Insti-
tute of Real Estate Man-
agement in Reno, Nev.

To be . patient can be bet-
ter than being rich.

p.m. March 20 at the health
club. "Dance With Me
Productions" will provide
music for dancing. A cash
bar and refreshments will
be available. There is a
charge. For details, call Nan
Pickman, 646-8990.

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HAPPY 50th
WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY

Sorry we can't celebrate
with you in Florida

With All Our Love,
DOUG, DANA, BRETTE VIKSER
REID, TAMMY & KEITH KAY
ANDY & STEVE MIGDAL
Your Great-Grandchildren
BRADLEY & JOSHUA MIGDAL

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