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September 17, 1982 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singer to Be at Tam Bond Event

Judith Steel, interna-
tionally - known singing ar-
tist, will entertain at the
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club dinner-dance honor-
ing Jack Shenkman on be-
half of State of Israel Bonds
on Sept. 25. Cocktails will
begin at 7 p.m. with dinner
at 8.
The dinner at the club

will see Shenkman pre-
sented with Israel's
Jerusalem City of Peace
Award, "in appreciation of
his outstanding efforts on
Israel's behalf."
Club members D. Dan
Kahn, Detroit Israel Bond
Executive Board chairman,
and Sam Rich, Detroit Is-
rael Bond general chair-

Wishing All Our Friends
and Customers
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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man, are dinner co-
chairmen. President of the
club is Dave Muskovitz.
Born in Berlin, Ms.
Steel as an infant em-
barked with her parents
aboard the ill-fated "St.
Louis," the ship which
was refused asylum in
Cuba and forced to re-
turn to Europe. Her par-
ents eventually perished
in the Holocaust but she
was hidden through
World War II by a French
Catholic family and fi-
nally united with rela-
tives in the United States
following the war.
Ms. Steel was raised in
America and became an in-
ternationally - recognized
performer with a wide re-
pertoire of contemporary
and traditional folk songs in
Hebrew, English, Yiddish,
Ladino, Spanish and
French. Her interest in He-
brew songs was kindled by a
visit to Israel in 1974, on the
occasion of her son's Bar
Mitzva, as well as by her
early experience as ' a
Holocaust survivor.
Ms. Steel has performed
at concert halls and resorts
throughout the eastern
U.S., has been a frequent
guest on radio and has ap-
peared in behalf of many
well-known Jewish organ-
izations.
For dinner reservations,
call Tam-O-Shanter, 855-
1900.

EDIE

Shaarey Zedek High School
Still Taking Fall Registration

Registration is still being
taken for Shaarey Zedek's
High School. This program
is being offered to students
in grades nine-12 and is
structured to meet the indil
vidual needs of the student.
Classes meet for one hour
each between 9 a.m. and 1
p.m. Sundays and on Mon-
day and Wednesday eve-
nings from 6 to 8 p.m.
Among the courses are:

JUDITH STEEL

Friday, September 17, 1982 55

SUNDAY
The Jewish World in the 1980s,
Contemporary Jewish Ethics
and Moral Behavior, Modern
Jewish American Writing, Com-
parative Judaism, From Birth to
Death: Life Cycle Events, Anti-
Semitism: Historical Sources,
The Arab-Israeli Conflict, Con-
versational Hebrew I, Torah
Reading, The Holocaust in
Europe, Jewish-American Fic-
tion Since 1945, The Jewish
Calendar and Religious Prac-
tice, Israeli Fiction in Transla-

tion and Rabbinics.
MONDAY
Anti-Semitism, Contemporary
Ethics, Introduction to the
Holocaust, Introduction to
Jewish Philosophy and Theol-
ogy, Conversational Hebrew I
and II, Introduction to Talmudic
Literature, Modern Jewish His-
tory, Ancient Jewish History
and Rashi and The Great Com-
mentators.
WEDNESDAY
World Jewry Since 1945, From
Birth to Death: Life Cycle
Events, The Writings of Isaac
Bashevis Singer, Conversational
Yiddish I, Prophets, Fortune Tel-
lers and Soothsayers, The His-
tory of the Siddur and Introduc-
tion to Hasidic Literature.

For information, call Dr.
Jonathan Fishbane, high
school coordinator, or Mar-
vin Kasoff, education direc-
tor, 357-5544.

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Other officers are: Sam
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Clarence Gottesman, Jack
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