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February 12, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 12, 1982 21

Christian Clergy to Attend Glazer Institute

The 40th anniversary of
the B. Benedict Glazer In-
stitute for the Christian
Clergy will be marked with
special ceremonies at Tem-
ple Beth El today.
A booklet, edited by
Leonard N. Simons and
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, has
been published and will be
distributed to each of the
Catholic and .Protestant
clergy attending the an-
niversary institute.
The booklet contains vig-
nettes about Dr. Glazer and
his early days as rabbi of
Temple Beth El. Excerpts
om Julian B. Feibelman's

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autobiography, "The Mak-
ing of a Rabbi," are re-
printed in the booklet.

This year's institute
will be the last institute
Rabbi Hertz will be
presiding over as senior
rabbi of the temple be-
fore he retires July 1.
Rabbi Hertz will lecture
on "The Making of the
Jewish Mind."

The other lecturer will be
Rabbi Michael J. Cook, pro-
fessor of intertestamental

B. Benedict Glazer Sab-
bath will be observed at
Temple Beth El at 8:30 p.m.
today. Alex J. Brunett,
president, Ecumenical Offi-
cers of the Catholic Church,
will be the guest speaker.
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
will report on the B. Be-
nedict Glazer Institute for
the Christian Clergy of
Metopolitan Detroit, held
earlier in the day.
Fr. Brunett is the na-
tional president of the Na-

PROGRAM II

Sunday, February 21,
1982 at 2:15 p.m. at
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods Youth Lounge,
24061 Coolidge.

Presents

B"H

IN CONCERT

A MA

Israel's Latest Musical Sensation

Temple Beth El \to Observe
B. Benedict Glazer Shabat

invites you to
two special
programs
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A new slide show of
camp followed by
FREE rollerskating.

Lubavitch Education Center of Farmington Hills

* *

CAMP
STONE

PROGRAM I

and early Christian litera-
tures at Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati. Rabbi
Cook will speak on "Evolv-
ing Jewish Views of Jesus."
A member of many learned
societies and author of
many books and articles,
Rabbi Cook lectures widely
before Christian and Jewish
audiences,. especially
clergy. He specializes in the
area of the Jewish influ-
ences on the New Testa-
ment.

An evening with
STUART CHESNER
— the new camp di-
rector and a special
presentation of ATARI
400 — one of the five
new camp com-
puters.

tional Association of Dioce-
san Ecumenical Officers. As
such he has traveled all over
the country discussing
ecumenical matters on be-
half of the Catholic Church.
Ordained at Sacred Heart
Seminary in 1955, he
earned his PhD degree at
Marquette University. He
was chaplain at the Univer-
sity of Michigan in Ann
Arbor from 1961 to 1963,
chaplain at Eastern Michi-
gan University in Ypsilanti
in 1967 and dean of St.
John's Provincial Seminary
in Plymouth from 1968 to
1972.

Author of a series of ser-
mons and editorial writer
for the Michigan Catholic,
Fr. Brunett shares with
Rabbi Hertz the monthly
television program on
Channel 4 called "Open
Doors."

SZ Has Grants
for Israel Study

Monday, February 22,
1982 at 8 p.m. at the home
of Dr. & Mrs. Jason Bod-
zin, 22650 Shevington,
Southfield.

Sunday, March 14, 1982 — 8:00 p.m.
Southfield High School

10 Mile Rd. and Lasher
Tickets

Adults - $7.50
Students - $5.00
Sponsor - $100.00
FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION CALL

968-5065 or 541-0986

FORTY-NINTH MEN'S CLUBS
ANNUAL INTER-CONGREGATIONAL DINNER

Thursday, February 18, 6:00 p.m.

featuring

TRIP I June 28-July 25, 1982
TRIP II July 27-August 23, 1982

I. MURRAY JACOBS

A SYNAGOGUE IS MORE THAN BRICKS—IT IS PEOPLE

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

14390 W. Ten Mile Road — Oak Park, Michigan 48231

You and your family are cordially invited to attend
a Special Oneg Shabbat in your honor on March 6,
1982 following Shabbat Services. Meet your
Clergy, Executive Officers and members. Attend
Megillah Reading and Purim Festivities. Monday,
March 8, 1982, 6:15 p.m.
We have something for YOU: Sisterhood
Men's Club
United Synagogue Youth
Couples Club
Chaverim (young families)
Second Start (singles)

Reservations please:
Synagogue office
548 9000

-

Pearlena Bodzin
Membership Chairman
357-1157

Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Men's Club has established
a scholarship fund to benefit
teenage students who wish
to study in Israel, an-
nounces men's club
President Leonard P.
Baruch.
Gifts of $1,000 schol-
arships will be presented to
students 8 p.m. Saturday at
the concert of the Beth Ab-
raham Youth Chorale of
Dayton, presented under
the leadership of I. Murray
Jacobs.
Applications for the
scholarships are available
at the men's club office at
the synagogue. All students
whose parents are members
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek are
eligible.
Administrators of the
fund are Irving Laker and
Dr. Fred Averbuch. The
scholarship selection com-
mittee includes Dr. Burt
Jacobs, chairman; and
Robert Bayer, Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Marvin Kasoff and
Baruch.

RICHARD B. STONE

FORMER SENATOR OF FLORIDA

Hear first hand about what will be the United States' relationship with Israel in
1982.

at

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Tickets: $18.50 per person. Send check to your Men's Club or to Shaarey
Zedek Men's Club, P.O. Box 2056, Southfield, MI 48037.

For added information, call Dr. Abner Ragins, 851-1588; or Sheldon
Satovsky, 352-1692.

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