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September 18, 1981 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Academic Convocation to Honor
the Late Bernard Isaacs of .UHS

An academic convocation
in - memory of Bernard
Isaacs, the first superinten-
dent of United Hebrew
Schools, will be held at 1

p.m. Oct. 4 in the LaMed
Auditorium of UHS.
According to Rose Kaye,
chairman of the convocation
committee and of Midrasha

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Featured items at this
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medallions from the 19th
and early 20th centuries.
scent bottles & vials, a
large collection of walking
sticks and pistols. shot-
guns. flasks and powder
horns.

Among the paintings will be exceptional works by Joseph
M.W. Turner and Friederich Ortlieb.

Other items of interest include Victorian furniture. crazy
guilts, Art Deco bronze figures. a Wurlitzer flashing jukebox
and a Mills Art Deco slot machine. Also Chinese porcelain.
Navajo carpets, jewelry and silver and much more.

PREVIEW Wednesday. September 23. 3 p.m-8 p.m..
Thursday. September 24. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.. Friday.
September 25.10 a.m.-2 p.m.

AUCTION Friday. September 25. 7, p.m.. Saturday.

September 26. I1 a.m.. Sunday. September 27. noon.


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Friday, September 18, 1981 63

Men's Clubs

Caricatures

TEMPLE ISRAEL
lation. There is a nominal
BROTHERHOOD Presi-
charge.
College of "Jewish Studies,
for your party
dent Norman J. Bornstein
For information, call the
Isaacs conceived the concept announces the annual open- synagogue, 547-7970
of communal education in ing brotherhood breakfast
By
Officers to be installed
Detroit and attempted to will be held 9:30 a.m. Sun- are: Herman Ozrovitz,
professionalize Jewish edu- day at the temple. Featured
president; Harold Finstein,
cation. He was a distin- speaker will be Detroit Free
executive vice president;
guished Hebraist and pub- Press columnist Bob Tal-
Stan Berlin, Harry Freind,
lished extensively in major bert. The breakfast is open
Jerry Jacobs and Peter
Hebrew journals.
to all temple members and Plotke, vice presidents;
United Hebrew Schools, the community. Other offi-
Merton Robbins, treasurer;
in cooperation with the
cers for the 1981-1982 year Al Bressler, Sid Barack and
Jewish Historical Society of are: Vice Presidents, Joel
Jay Waldman, secretaries.
Michigan, commissioned a
Shavrien, Leonard Brozgold
sculpture in Mr. Isaacs' and Hershel Ploshnick;
memory. The sculpture was
Treasurer, David Million;
by Arthur Schneider Secretaries, Kenneth Ko-
The Fine Works Of
and is entitled nop, Lawrence Brown and
"Ve'Sheenantom Le'Van- Steven Marks.
aicah" ("You Shall Teach
• • •
Them to Your Children").
BETH
SHALOM
now available in Detroit
The sculpture consists of a MEN'S CLUB will hold its
Torah scroll, representing intallation of officers 6:30
Exclusively At
the wisdom of the Jewish p.m. Wednesday in the
ages, and an inter- synagogue. Preceding the
generational group of fig- installation, there will be a
ures-, representing the cookout for members and
Jewish people receiving the friends. Sport films will be
by appointment 851 - 9448
wisdom of Torah. It sym- shown following the instal-
bolizes the importance of
the Torah in Jewish life and
of the great contribution of
Jewish educators who are
dedicated to passing Jewish
knowledge and wisdom
from one generation to an-
other.
The academic convoca-
tion will consist of trib-
utes to Mr. Isaacs' mem-
ory and a major address
by Dr. Samuel Schaller,
who will speak on "The
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Mon. & fhurs. 11-7, Tues., Wed. & Fd. 10-7:
widely and has served as
Sat. 10-6 •
an adjunct professor of
Jewish history at Queens
College of the City of New
York.
The members of the con-
vocation committee include
Phillip Applebaum, Jeff Bo-
nin, Larry Daitch, Morris
and Sarah Friedman, Dr.
Gerald Teller and Rabbi
Max Weine. The public is
.
invited to attend.

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