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May 07, 1982 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, May 7, 1982

TEMPLE BETH EL

Announces

The 28th Annual
Hebrew Music Festival

Again Featuring

THE FRASER HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR

with

DR.
MELVIN
WASSEFIMAN

-

THE TEMPLE BETH EL CHOIR

Mrs. Jason H. Tickton, Conductor

— performing —

`REGENERATION" by Dr. Midrael Isaacson

First performance in Michigan, New Anthems and Contemporary

Responses

DR. RICHARD C. HERTZ
• Narrator •

In advance of the annual ception will be Jonathan
Cong. Bnai David Israel
Livny, a Jerusalem attor-
Bond dinner, Ruth and Max ney currently on a mission
Sosin of Southfield will host to Canada as a special
an advance reception 8 p.m. representative of Hebrew
University.
May 19.
The couple are long-time
Livny is the former at-
activists for Israel Bonds. torney general for the
Max Sosin is currently West Bank, Judea and
Metro Detroit chairman for Samaria, a position he
Israel Bond synagogue ac- - was appointed to follow-
tivities and special events.
ing the Six-Day War
Guest speaker at the re- when he was 25 years of
age.
Israel Friends
The Bnai David dinner
Given Top Posts event will be held June 9.

in German Party

Conductor

and

Cong. Bnai David Prepares for Bond Event

PROF. JASON H. TICKTON
• Music Director & Organist •

FRIDAY EVE., MAY 14, 1982 at 8:30

GUESTS WELCOME • NO CHARGE

This Music Festival is sponsored by The Sandra Bloom Music Fund

YEHUDA AVNER

Dinner co-chairmen are
Norman Allan, Dr. Milton
Shiffman, Sol Moss and Pat
Eichenhorn. Fcir dinner
reservations, call Adat
Shalom, 851-5100, or Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.

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the
8:35 and Haftorah ofthe
Week at 2 p.m.
At 8 p.m. Thursday,
Rabbi Wagner teaches an
intermediate class,
Talmud-Rosh Hashana. -
For details, call the
synagogue, 967-3655, daily
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Meanwhile, the
synagogue announced that
it will dedicate its annual
journal in memory of Rabbi - 11
Joshua S. Sperka. Sanford
Eisenberg, general chair-
man of the 22nd anniver-
sary banquet of the
synagogue, said the journal
will be presented to the
Sperka family, at the June 9
banquet at the Southfield
Sheraton Hotel.

Begin. Adviser Will Speak
at Adat Shalom Bond Event

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YI of Greenfield Plans
Classes, Journal Dedicatio-

BONN (JTA) = TWo pro-
ven friends of Israel were
recently elected to top lead-
Young Israel of Green-
ership posts in the ruling
Social Democratic Party field is still accepting
(SPD) at its national con- enrollment for its spring-
summer schedule of week-
vention in Munich.
Johannes Rau, Prime day classes. The classes
Minister of North Rhine- meet at the synagogue.
At 7:30 p.m. Mondays,
Westphalia, the most
populous state within the Rabbi Feivel Wagner
Federal Republic, was teaches Talmud — Brahot
elected party vice chairman for beginners. Rabbi
by a large majority of the Wagner will teach an in-
termediate course, Talmud
400 delegates.
Jochen-Vogel, tractate Rosh Hashana at
Hans
leader of the opposition in 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Leib Bakst
the West Berlin parliament, will speak on the Talmud
was elected to the SPD's tractate Gittin at 8:30 p.m.
for the advanced class.
Central Committee.
The Tuesday schedule in-
Both Rau and Vogel have
consistently demonstrated cludes three classes for
displeasure with the Bonn women taught by - Rabbi
government's pro-Arab Wagner: Laws of Shabat at
policies. Last year, Rau 7:45 p.m., Study of Siddur at
demonstratively visited Is-
rael at a time the press was
reporting Chancellor Hel-
mut Schmidt's refusal to do
so despite an invitation of
Yehuda Avner, adviser to
seven years' standing.
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin of Israel, will speak at
Adat Shalom Synagogue's
tribute dinner in behalf of
State of Israel Bonds. The
event will be held 6:30 p.m.
May 20 at the synagogue..
Norman I. Leemon,
dinner honoree, will be the
recipient of the state of Is-
rael's "Lion of Judah
Award," in recognition of
his service to Israel's cause.
Avner, who is'a former in-
- formation chief of the Prime
Minister's office, prev-
iously served as counselor of
the Embassy of Israel in
Washington, D.C. and con-
sul of Israel in New York.
A veteran journalist,
Avner received his train-
ing in England and Is-
rael, specializing in polit-
ical affairs.

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Israeli singing duo, The
Parvarim, will appear at
the mortgage-burning
ceremony at Cong. Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at the
synagogue.
Their appearance will be
preceded at 7 p.m. by an
outdoor Minha-Maariv
service and the mortgage-
burning ceremony will be
held at 7:30.
Comprised of Baghdad-
born Joseph Hury and
Israeli-born Ori Harpaz,
The Parvarim sing in Yid-
dish, Ladino, Greek,
Spanish and English. They
have toured in Japan, South

Africa, South America,
Europe, and U.S. and in the
Mediterranean area.
The public is invited fn .
of charge. _

School Cited

NEW YORK — The
American and Canadian
10th grade high school pro-
gram at the Kfar Blum
Regional High School in the
Upper Galilee has been
awarded the Shazar Prize
for excellence by the Israel
Ministry of Education.
The program is sponsored
by the American Section of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion.

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