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April 17, 1981 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 11, 1981

Program on Holocaust Set April 30 at Cong. Bnai Moshe

Foreign Debts

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Ac-
cording to the Finance
Ministry, Israel's foreign
indebtedness has risen from
$1,528 per person in 1953 to
$4,410 per person ($17.4 bil-
lion total) in 1980.
U.S. assistance to Israel
amounts to $6 million per
day

Bnai Moshe Sisterhood
and Men's Club will hold
their third annual
Holocaust commemoration
program 8 p.m. April 30 in
the synagogue.
Guest speaker will be
Benjamin Mordecai Ben-
Baruch, who will address
the topic, "The Holocaust

from Historical Sociology to
Historical Memory." Par-
ticipating in the program
with Ben-Baruch will be
Rabbi Stanley Rosenbaum
and Cantor Louis _Klein.
Ronna Rosenbaum and
Louis Redmond are the co-
chairmen for the evening.
Ben-Baruch is an associ-

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ate of the Center for Re-
search on Social Organiza=
tion of the University of
Michigan and an instructor
in the University of Michi-
gan's sociology department.
A native Detroiter,
Ben-Baruch was
graduated from the
United Hebrew High
School and attended the
Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies before
going to New York to
study in the joint pro-
gram of the Jewish
Theological Seminary
and Columbia Univer-
sity.
He later transferred to
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, where he
worked his way through
school as a reporter for the
Jerusalem Post and as a
translator for the sociology
department.
Following his return to
the United States, Ben-
Baruch received his MA de-
gree in education from
Teachers College, Columbia
University. and accepted an
invitation to become a fel-
low in the curriculum writ-
ing program of the Melton
Research Center.
Ben-Baruch has been a
teacher in the United He-
brew Schools, superviser

of the Kfar Ivri Hebrew
speaking program of the
United Hebrew Schools
and the Fresh Air
Society, principal of the
Adat Shalom branch of
United Hebrew Schools,
and religious school di-
rector of Temple Beth
Jacob in Pontiac. He is
affiliated with Cong. Beth
Shalom.
Ben-Baruch is a member
of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance and Histadrut Cam-
paign Council. He is pursu-
ing studies in the doctoral
program in sociology and
history at University of
Michigan.

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