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October 23, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Temple Beth El Will Host
Sen. Henry Jackson Lecture

Sen. Henry M. (Scoop)
Jackson, leading Congres-
sional figure on ensrgy, de-
fense and national security
issues, will be the guest lec-
turer at Temple Beth El
Nov. 1 at 7:30 p.m. He will
speak on "The Latest on Is-
rael and the Middle East."
Sen. Jackson's lecture is
the first in the 1981-1982
series of programs
scheduled by the temple's
program planning commit-
tee, of which Josephine
Bloom is chairman, and is
sponsored by Marvin H.
Goldman, president of the
temple, John and Ella 'm-
erman Foundation and the
Ben B. and Nettie Jacobs
Memorial Fund. Dr.
Richard C. Hertz, senior
rabbi, will preside at the
program.
Sen. Jackson is the rank-
ing minority member of the
Senate Energy and Natural
Resources Committee. His
other committee assign-
ments include Armed Serv-
ices, Governmental Affairs
and the Select Committee
on Intelligence.
For many years he has
been a strong proponent

Dedication
of the

MORRIS L. SCHAVER
AUDITORIUM

Lubavitch Education Center

.

The Late MOSHE LEIB SCHAVER

SEN. JACKSON

ALAV HASHALOM

of internationally recog-
nized human rights and
he is the author of the
Jackson-Vanik Amend-
ment.

He has served six terms in
the U.S. House of Represen-
tatives prior to his election
to the Senate in 1952. In
1960, at the request of the
then Presidential candi-
date, John F. Kennedy, he
served as chairman of the
Democratic National Com-
mittee.
The program is open to
the community free of
charge.

PHIUP SLOMOVITZ

Honorary Chairman

IVAN BLOCH

Dedication Chairman

DR. FRIEDMAN

Society, presently serving
as public relations chair-
man. He is also on the board
of Kern Hospital.

Rabbi Nelson Cited Today,
Saturday in Special Events

services for patients at
Rabbi and Mrs. David
Sinai Hospital.
Nelson will be honored at a
He also is chaplain for the
dinner in recognition of his
10th anniversary at the Southfield Police Depart-
ment and a member of the
synagogue following
Total Living Commission of
Kabalat Shabat services at
Southfield.
6 p.m. today.
On the national Jewish
Guest speakers Rabbi
Max Weine and Dr. Barbara scene, he participates in the
Latin .American Affairs
Goodman, president of the
congregation, will mark the Committee of ADL and was
the recipient of the Com-
occasion at Shabat morning
munity Rabbinical Award
services.
A melava malka at 9 p.m. of the Council of Jewish
Federations.
Saturday will include a
Prior to his arrival at
musical evening, featuring
Beth Shalom, he served in
songs by Geri Levit 'and
congregations
in Rio de
piano accompaniment by
Rochelle Barr. Refresh- Janeiro, Brazil, and in Bal-
timore, Md.
ments will be served.
For information, call the
Emanu-El Hosts
synagogue office, 547 - 7970.
Movie Showing
Rabbi Nelson is in-
volved in Hillel Day
The film, "Image Before
School, Michigan Region
My Eyes," will be presented
of United Synagogue of at Temple Emanu-El Nov. 1
America, Jewish Com-
at 7:30 p.m. as the first
munity Council, Russian
program in the temple's
Jewry Acculturation
1981 - 1982 cultural series.
Commission, and vid-
Tickets may be purchased
eotapes High _Holiday at the &pr.

Sunday, November 15, 1981
12:00 Noon
Cheshvan 18, 5742

MOSHE LEIB SCHAVER

Dr. Irving M. Friedman,
cantorial soloist at Temple
Kol Ami, was honored for
his 15 years- of dedicated
service at a testimonial
dinner last week at the
temple.

Dr. Friedman has been
actively involved with
Temple Kol Ami since its
inception. He has served as
vice president and chair-
man of the building and
grounds committee, as well
as on many other commit-
tees.

Farmington Hills, Michigan

Twentieth Yarzeit of

.Kol Ami Honors Friedman

He was graduated from
the United Hebrew Schools,
'the University of Michigan
and its dental school. Dr.
Friedman is active in the
Oakland County Dental

Friday, Octsier 23, 1981 33

AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE COMMUNITY

Dear Friends.
We are proud!
We are proud to be chairmen of an event honor-
ing the memory of Morris L. Schaver, a pioneer in
Detroit philanthropy — particularly for Israel — a
visionary who perceived in those early years the
vital role Lubavitch would come to play in the com-
munity, a man loved by all.
We are proud to be associated with Emma
Lazaroff-Schaver whose warmhearted philan-
thropy — accomplished with quiet grace, charm
and dignity — have made her the "First Lady" of
Lubavitch and of the community at large.
We are proud to dedicate an auditorium in a
building filled with young Jewish boys and girls from
the famous Lubavitch Cheder and the Bais Chabad
Religious School.
We are proud to have the world-renowned
author, philosopher, and lecturer Elie Wiesel as our
guest speaker, and most of all, we are proud to
have so many of you, our good friends, joining us in
support of Chabad.
Ivan Bloch
Da. id Hermelin

DAVID HERMEUN

Dedication Chairman

Noted author, lecturer
and philosopher

ELIE WIESEL

is our
Honored Guest Speaker

r t

EUE WIESEL

Guest Speaker

By Invitation Only

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