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March 30, 1984 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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Friday,: March 30 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

IN APPRECIATION

LARRY FREEDMAN

of our many, many friends, relatives, "mishpocha"
for good wishes, good deeds, help and under-
standing, contributions, gifts of love, etc., at a time
in our lives when it was most needed and neces-
sary. We are forever grateful.

647-2367

Thank You,
Dorothy and Aaron Reitman

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Our Changing Community

A Symposium

SUNDAY, APRIL 8-7:30 P.M.
Congregation B'nai Moshe-14390 West Ten Mile Road

Sponsored By
Congregation Beth Shalom Congregation B'nai David
Congregation B'nai Moshe Temple Emanu-El

Topic
Aging

Education

Politics

Anti-Semitism

Speaker
Dr. Richard Adelman
Co-Director
Institute of Gerontology
University of Michigan
Dr. Gerald Teller
Superintendent
United Hebrew Schools
Charlotte M. Rothstein
•Mayor
City of Oak Park
Richard Lobenthal
Executive Director
Anti-Defamation League

New volume published in 'Guide
to America-Holy Land Studies'

An indelible record of
American interests in the
Holy Land, thereby em-
phasizing the role of pre-
Israel Palestine and the
subsequent Israeli pro-
gressions, is provided in an
important series of books
published by Praeger in
association with the Inter-
national Scholars' Col-
loquim on American Holy
Land Studies.
Issued under the title
"Guide to America-Holy
Land Studies," the third
volume in the series covers
the period 1620 to 1948.
Dealing with economic
relations and philanthropy,
the third volume is espe-
cially important, histori-
cally, because it draws upon
the archives and activities
of many notables.
Edited by Nathan M.
Kaganoff, historian with an
important role with the
American Jewish Historical
Society, the new volume
continues the close in-
volvement in the prepara-
tion of the series by Dr.
Moshe Davis.
Dr. Davis, who edited the
first two volumes dealing
with the American presence
in the Holy Land and the
political and Zionist rela-
tions, provides an anno-
tated introductory analyz-
ing the economic and
philanthropic aspects of the
historic movement.
The roles of many impor-
tant personalities are dealt
with here.
There is, to use an exam-
ple, a tribute to the late Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, one of
the most noted Zionist lead--

Stephen Wise

Dr. Moshe Davis
ers in the era commencing
as early as the second de-
cade of this century, about
whom Dr. Davis wrote: Dr.
Neumann "devoted much of
his ingenuity to practical
economic enterprise, which
he considered to be the cor-
nerstone of political work."
This volume makes ex-
tensive use of important
archives, including the ac-
cumulated records of Sup-
reme Court Justice Louis D.

Couple speaks vows

Ruth Freda Birnbaum
and Rabbi Daniel Lee Per-
nick were married recently
in a double-ring ceremony
at Cong. Mishkan Tefila in
iChestnut Hill, Mass. Rabbis
Richard Yellin, Stanley
Davids and Steven
Chatinover officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Birnbaum of Newton, Mass.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Pernick of Southfield.
Connie Birnbaum was
the matron of honor. The
bridegroom's sister, Margo
Pernick, was the maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Robin Birnbaum and Linda
Mickelson.

Dr. Nathaniel Pernick
was his brother's best man.
Ushers were Drs. Nathan
Birnbaum and Herbert
Birnbaum, brothers of the
bride, and Larry Sandberg.
The wedding party also
included Daniel Birnbaum,
and the bridegroom's
grandmothers, Mrs. Bessie
Zelonka and Mrs. Jeannette
Pernick.
The new Mrs. Pernick
earned a B.A. degree at
Brandeis University. Her
husband earned a B.A. de-
gree at Oakland University
and a M.A.H.L. degree at
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, where he was or-
dained.
Following a honeymoon
in St. Maarten, the couple is
residing in Worcester,
Mass.

`Coat of Colors'
show Tuesday
at Beth El

A question and answer period will follow the presentations.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission is free.

The Public Is Invited

Mrs. Pernick

Tickets are still available
for the performance of "A
Coat of Many Colors" by
Voice of the Turtle slated to
take place at 8 p.m. Tuesday
at Temple Beth El.
Free tickets can be picked
up at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, the main
United Hebrew Schools
building and at Beth El.

Louis Brandeis

Henrietta Szold

Emanuel Neumann

Brandeis, the late Dr.
Stephen S. Wise and many
others.
The compiling of exhaus-
tive material forms an in-
ventory of great signifi-
cance in the economic and
philanthropic spheres for
students of Holy Land de-
velopments, with emphasis
on the special concerns in
Jewish ranks.
Especially accounted for
in the researched material
are the American Economic
Committee for Palestine,
Bank Leumi, Central
Zionist Office, Youth Aliya
and the Zionist Commis-
sion.
It is especially, notewor-
thy that the contributions to
the philanthropy related to
the Holy Land, as in most
instances in Zionism, are
linked with the name of
Henrietta Szold, the foun-
der of the Hadassah
women's Zionist organiza-
tion who spent the last
years of her life in Pales-
tine.
A score of additional
names of eminent leaders,
who could be referred to in a
review, would add to the
recognition of the impor-
tance of this volume. The
entire series, "Guide to
America-Holy Land
Studies," thus emerges as a
project of great importance.
—P.S.

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