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May 22, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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44 Friday, May 22, 1981

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The Jewish National
Fund and the Rabbinical
Council of America, Detroit
Region, invite the commu-
nity to participate in a spe-
cial Yemai Iyun b'Halakha,
a period of Torah study and
exploration which begins
today (Lag 'b'Omer) and
ends on Sunday.
Rabbi Leo Landman,
associate professor of

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Jewish history and secre-
tary of the faculty of the
Bernard Revel Graduate
School of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, has been invited to be
scholar-in-residence. His
theme will be "Halakha —
A Tree of Life."
Chairman of the event is
Mark E. Schlussel, and past
president of JNF. Honorary
Chairman • is Phillip
Stollman, religious chair-
man of the Jewish National
Ruben H. Isaacs is
president of JNF of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, Rabbi
Sidney Green is chair-
man of the Rabbinical
Council of America, De-
troit Region.
The entire event celeb-
rates the culmination of De-
troit's participation in the
Rabbi Leo Jung Forest in
Safed, Israel.
In 1979, the Rabbinical
Council of America, of
which Rabbi Jung is a past
president, inaugurated the
Rabbi Leo Jung Forest. Of
Dec. 2, 1979, Rabbi Jung
came to Detroit to person-
ally acknowledge at a
dinner in his honor, the ini-
tial gift of 18,000 trees
planted by Abraham Gubin
and his sister, Cypojra. At
this time, the rabbis of the
RCA made plans for the
continued development of
this project.
As a result, during the
weekend Scholars' Festival
announcement will be made
of the following projects
undertaken in the. Rabbi
Jung Forest: The estab-


lishment of the Cong. Bnai
David Forest; the Young Is-
rael of Greenfield Forest;
the Young Israel of Oak
Woods Woodland; the Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah
Grove; the Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses Religious
School Grove.
The program for the
weekend is as follows:
At 9 a.m. Saturday, Rabbi
Landman will be at Cong.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
vah to deliver the guest
sermon as the congregation
honors its rabbi, Leizer
Levin with a grove in his
At 7:30 p.m. that evening,
Rabbi Landman will speak
on "The Israel Connection
— A Hidden Mitzva" at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Following that he will ad-

dress a gathering of RCA
rabbis and their wives at a
melava malka.
On Sunday at 10 a.m., he
will address a public convo-
cation on "The Zionist Con-
nection — A Hidden Zad-
dik." A light breakfast will
precede his lecture. There is
a nominal charge.
Throughout the Lag
b'Omer weekend, Rabbi
Landman, together with
Rabbi Emanuel Rothen-
berg, the director of the
religious department of the -
Jewish National Fund of
America, will meet with
students and adults.
The committee w
ing with Schlussel and
Stollman includes: Rab-
bis Allan Bluestein, Louis
Finkelman, Edward Gar-
sek, Sidney Green, James
Gordon, Ira Grosscut, Is-
rael Halpern, Max
Kapustin, Levin, Henoch
Millen, Samuel Prero,
Samuel Stollman, Feivel
Wagner, Morton Yolkut
and Shaiall Zachariash.
Presidents of participat-
ing synagogues are: Lawr-
ence Traison, Cong. Bnai ti
David; Nat Fishman, Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses; Louis Horowitz,
Young Israel of Oak-Woods;
Young Israel of Greenfield,
and Irving Weiss, Cong. j
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik- L•

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The Michigan Students
for Israel was recently
created. Among the groups
represented at the organ-
izational meeting were:
Jewish Human Rights
Council from Michigan
State University, Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University,
University of Michigan
Union of Students for Israel
and Jewish student groups
from Oakland Community
College and Lansing Com-
munity College.
Jewish students from
Grand Valley College also
hold membership in the
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trality of Israel, support for
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and protection of JewiSh
Attending the organiza-
tional meeting were Sol
Lachman, president of the .
Detroit Zionist Federation;:.
Rabbi Louis Finkelman, di-
rector of the Hillel Founda-
tion at WSU; and Robert,
Hetler, American Zionist'!
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