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November 20, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Concert for Soviet Jews

Dr. Edward Hoffman, di-
rector of psychology and act-
ing clinical director at Hol-
lywood Pavilion, . Hol-
lywood, Fla., will speak at
8:30 p.m. services today at
Temple Israel.
His subject is "Jewish
Mysticism: Doorway to the
Mind."
Dr. Hoffman; who re-
ceived his BA in psychology
from Cornell University,

holds a master's and docto-
rate degrees in psychology
from the University of
Michigan.

He is an adjunct pro-
fessor at Npva Univer-
sity, Ft. Lauderdale, and
maintains a private prac-
tice as a clinical psychol-
ogist.

Dr. Hoffman has been
published in numerous pro-

Thanksgiving Service Set

Members of the Detroit Syniphony Orchestra per-
formed guest conductor Morris Moshe Cotel's "Aug.
12,1952: The Night of the Murdered Poets" at an artis-
tic tribute to Soviet Jewry at Adat Shalom Synagogue
last week. Sponsored by the Jewish Community
Council, the program was chaired by Brenda
Pangborn and Joel Gershenson. Paul Winter was the
narrator.

Bonds Opens Re-Investment
and Cash Collection Drives

In response to a special
appeal by Israel's Finance
Minister, the national Is-
rael Bond Organization has
launched a campaign for
new Israel Bond purchases
and cash collection of un-
paid 1981 Bond subscrip-
tions, it was reported by
Sam Rich, Metro Detroit Is-
rael Bond general chair-
man.
He said Detroit's cash
campaign, in effect through
Dec. 19, must meet a $3 mil-
lion goal in order to realize
Detroit's share of this na-
tional effort and to help Is-
rael meet its financial needs
of the next 60 days.
Rich announced that
Harold Beznos, Metro De-
troit Israel Bond executive
board member, has accepted
the role of cash collection
chairman.
Special committees are
now being formed in each

synagogue at which
events were held for Is-
rael Bonds this past year,
with the guests of honor
and event chairmen hold-
ing key roles in the cash
collection effort.

A cash collection drive by
the Women's Division is
under the leadership of
Leah Snider. Volunteers
will form telephone squads
and have face-to-face meet-
ings for both collection and
new sales.
To chart the success of the
campaign, "Cash Collection
Barometers" will be dis-
played in key community
buildings, with results
posted daily. Results of the
campaign will be reported
at special meetings to be
held Dec. 6 and 13.
At the same time, a drive
is under way to reach all
holders of matured Israel
Bonds to secure reinvest-
ment of the proceeds during
November and December.
Max • Nosanchuk,

chairman for reinvest-
ment of the Detroit Israel
Bond campaign, said

Temple •Emanu-El will
host a joint ecumenical
Thanksgiving service '7:30
p.m. Sunday in the temple.
Joining the congregation
will be St. Bede's Catholic
Church and First United
Methodist Church. Parts of
the liturgy of all three con-
gregations will be used in
the service and the choirs
from the participating tem-
ple and churches will sing.
Theme of the service is
"We Gather Together."
Conducting the service will

J WV

BALE AUXILIARY will
have a square dance 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Chuck Kopka is the caller.
Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited
at a nominal charge.

BLOCH-ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will

HAROLD BEZNOS

State of Israel Bonds
Fourth Development
Issue Savings Bonds
purchased in 1969 ma-
ture throughout 1981,
depending on the month
in which they were
bought, Third Develop-
ment Coupon Bonds pur-
chased between March 1,
1968 and Feb. 28, 1967,
matured on March 1 of
the past year.

"Israel faces new chal-
lenges in the months
ahead," he explained. "The
terms of the Israel-Egypt
peace treaty stipulate that
Israel must withdraw from
the Sinai in April 1982. This
means the Negev must be
made economically viable
for the thousands who must
move there from the Sinai.
Israel Bond reinvestment is
an excellent way to help
meet this challenge."
Nosanchuk said the De-
troit community's response
to the reinvestment cam-
paign has been positive and
the -number of reinvest-
ments thus far are exceed-
ing last year's at this date.

When in the company of
sensible men, we ought to be
doubly cautious of talking
too much, lest we lose two
good things — their good
opinion and our own im-
provement.

Friday, November 20, 1981 31

Psychologist to Speak Today at Temple Israel Services

have a bowling party 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Strike 'n
Spare Lanes, Birmingham.
An afterglow will follow.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call Tom Tennis,
557-5538; or Dorothy
Goldberg, 548-6850.

People who matter are
most aware that everyone
else does, too.
—Malcolm S. Forbes

be Rabbi Lane Steinger of
Temple Emanu-El, Rev.
Samuel C. Seizert of First
United Methodist Church
and Fr. Arnold Kosco of St.
Bede. Cantor Norman Rose
will conduct the choirs.

He is the co-author of
fessional journals, includ-
ing the American Journal of "The Man Who Dreamed of
Psychiatry and Journal of Tomorrow" and "The Way of
Humanistic Psychology. Splendor."

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