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November 19, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-19

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SZ Begins Genealogy Project

Cong. Shaarey Zedek has
embarked on a project to col-
lect family genealogical re-
cords of its members to be
housed in the synagogue
archives.
Using a "family tree" dia-
gram prepared by Judy
Cantor and called "The
Family Story," members
will record their family his-
tories going back about five
generations. Beatrice Mil-
ler is the sponsor of the
genealogy project.
Information gained from
the project will be com-
puterized, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Sidney Lutz,

making the information
easily retrievable.
Bar and Bat Mitzva
candidates are especially
being involved in the
project, to develop a lin-
kage with the older gen-
erations, Mrs. Cantor
said.
Betty Starkman, a
genealogy specialist who
teaches an introduction to
Jewish genealogy at the
Midrasha, offered
guidelines to the Shaarey
Zedek membership on how
to trace one's Jewish ori-
gins. A videotape on the
subject is available at
Shaarey Zedek.

Philly Plans Anne Frank House

The week of Nov. 28 will
be proclaimed Anne Frank
Week in Philadelphia by
Mayor Bill Green, largely
because of the efforts of Dr.
Franklin Littell and Marcia
Sachs Littell and the Na-
tional Institute on the
Holocaust. That week also
signals the opening of the
institute's fund-raising
drive to establish an Anne
Frank House in Philadel-
phia, the first in the U.S.
"The Anne Frank House
will be Philadelphia's
chance to be first once
again," said Dr. Littell, a
Methodist minister and pro-

fessor of religion at Temple
University, "as we were
with the first monument to
the • victims of the
Holocaust, the first syllabus
for teaching the Holocaust
in public schools, and the
first conference on the
Holocaust which has be-
come an annual event for
teachers in Philadelphia."
The Anne Frank House
will be an interfaith project
geared to schoolchildren's
needs.

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`Celebration of the Book'
Family Program Set at SZ

CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES

PRESENTS

The Red Rug Puppet Theater will be among the
highlights of Cong. Shaarey Zedek's Celebration of
the Book family program Nov. 28.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
There also will be a story
family life commission, li- teller from the Story Tel-
brary media resource com- ler's Guild and a multi-
mittee, sisterhood and PTO, media presentation of the
will sponsor a "Celebration children's tales of Isaac
of the Book" family activity Bashevis Singer.
3-5 p.m. Nov. 28 in the
Rabbi Avron David-
son, a sofer or Jewish
synagogue.
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scribe, will demonstrate
The program, in'honor of the art of writing a Sefer
Jewish Book Month, will in- Torah. Books will be
clude a performance of the available for purchase.
Red Rug Puppet Theater at
Light refreshments will
3:30 p.m. in the Library be served. The public is in-
Media Resource Center.
vited.

Klezmer Music Is Featured

`Monte Carlo.
A Night
of Games"

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SATURDAY,
DECEMBER 4th

8:00 p.m.

A T

Giora Feidman, clarinetist, is flanked by Jeff Is-
rael on guitar and Peter Weitner on double bass as
they prepare for a concert Sunday at Temple Israel,
featuring "The Music of the Klezmorim."
The third annual ing him will be Jeff Israel on
Jonathan P. Miller Memo- guitar and Peter Weitner on
rial Concert of Temple Is- double bass.
Feidman served until
rael will take place at 8 p.m.
Sunday in the temple, and recently as principal
will highlight "The Music of clarinetist of the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra.
the Klezmorim."
Recognized as a leading
Klezmer is the tradition
of the Jewish folk musician, authority on Jewish folk
the player at weddings and music, Feidman has toured
festivals which emerged extensively throughout the
world.
from the European shtetl.
The concert is sponsored
The concert will feature
Argentine-born Giora by Milton J. and Jeanette
Feidman, a fourth genera- Miller as a tribute to their
tion klezmer. Accompany- son, Jonathan.

CONGREGATION
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HILLEL MOSES

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