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December 17, 1982 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV

BLOCH ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will
have their annual paid-up
membership party 7:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Dinner will be served and
dancing to the music of Eric

National JVS
Picks Detroiters

G.

The National Association
of Jewish Vocational Serv-
ices (NAJVS) elected John
Greenberg, president, and
Nora Barron, secretary, at
its annual meeting. Green-
berg is the vice president of
the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice in Detroit, and Mrs. Bar-
ron is president.
At the annual meeting,
Albert I. Ascher, executive
director of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service in Detroit,
described the impact that
Detroit's depressed
economy is having on the
agency.

imiday Party Supplies

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*

Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will highlight the eve-
ning. Spouses are invited.
There is a charge. For re-
quired reservations, call
Carol Burke, 545-5984; or
Saul Glosser, 557-5019.
Dues will be accepted at the
door. Single members are
welcome.

The Jabotinsky Society of
Herut will have a New
Year's dance and party 8
p.m. Jan. 1 at Cong. Bnai
David.
The evening will include
food and beverages and
dancing to the music of Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals. -
There is a charge. For tic-
kets and reservations, call
Sam Horning, 557-1847;
Nancy Fordonski, 545-
6967; or Simon Cieck, 548-
3073

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If you're not
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Midrasha, Allan/ Touro Begin )1(
Master's Degree Program

Friday, December 17, 1982 49

Discussing the new master's degree program in
interdisciplinary Jewish studies sponsored by
Allan/Touro College and the Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies, are, from left, seated: Bernard
Lander, president of Touro College; Rose Kaye,
chairman of Midrasha, College of Jewish- Studies;
Norman Allan, founder of Allan/Touro College; and
Renee Wohl, director of the Midrasha. Standing, from
left, are: Dr. Gerald A. Teller, president of the Mid-
rasha; Rabbi Samuel Prero, consultant, Allan/Touro
College; Julius J. Harwood, president of the UHS
board of directors.
The Midrasha College of rasha, College of Jewish
Jewish Studies and the Studies, 21550 W. 12 Mile,
Allan/Touro College are in- Southfield 48076, 352-7117
itiating a master's degree or 354-1050.
program in interdiscipli-
nary Jewish studies, an-
nounced Julius J. Harwood,
president of the United He-
brew Schools board: Rose
Kaye, chairman of the Mid-
rasha; and Bernard Lander,
president of Touro College
of New York.
The new graduate prog-
ram on interdisciplinary
Jewish studies and Jewish
education or Jewish com-
munal service will begin on
Jan. 13.
The program is designed
to provide students with a
deeper understanding of
Jewish history and litera-
ture while affording them
the opportunity to acquire
career-oriented skills for
service in the Jewish com-
munity.
Men and women with a
baccalaureate degree from
an accredited institution
and a background in Jewish
studies are eligible for ad-
mission to the program. A
working knowledge of He-
brew is recommended. The
opportunity to acquire He-
brew language skills will be
available to students enter-
ing the program.
Courses are scheduled
in the late afternoon and
evening for the con-
venience of students with
professional and per-
sonal responsibilities.
The course offerings for
the winter semester in-
clude: the Philosophy of
Jewish Education, Dr.
Robert Abramson and Dr.
Gerald A. Teller, 6:30 p.m.;
and the History of the An-
cient Near East, Dr. Tikvah
Frimer-Kensky, 8 p.m. The
American Jewish Experi-
ence will be offered as a cas-
sette lecture series with
Prof. Henry Feingold as a
lecturer in conjunction with
scheduled sessions for dis-
cussions.
For information and de-
gree requirements, tuition
and applications, contact
Renee Wohl, director, Mid:

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