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May 11, 1984 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984

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Bernard E. Linden, retir-
ing president of the College
of Jewish Studies, will be
honored by the local Reform
movement at a dinner to be
held at 6 p.m. May 23 at
Temple Israel.
Linden, who has served in
that position since the in-
ception of the college in
1966, is being given the tes-
timonial by the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Federation of
Reform Synagogues, spon-
sors of the college.

Coming here from New
York as the guest speaker
will be Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler, president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.

Linden, a former vice
chairman of the U.A.H.C.
and currently a member of
its executive committee, is
also a national co-chairman

Bernard Linden

of the Fund for Reform
Judaism.

He is a member of the
U.A.H.C.'s budget and
endowment and investment
committees, and is a past

national chairman of the
gerontology committee.
Linden also serves as a
board member of the World
Union for Progressive
Judaism.
Graduated from Wayne
State University, Linden
holds both bachelor's and
master's degrees in educa-
tion. He was a teacher in the
Detroit Public Schools be-
fore entering the property
management business.
Linden is a past president
of Temple Israel, where he
served as school board
chairman and in a variety of
other capacities.
Dr.
Stuart
Falk,
president of the Metropoli-
tan Federation, has named
Lois Singer as chairman of
the dinner committee.
Reservations can be made
by calling Temple Israel,
661-5700.

Cantorial concert on Thursday

Adat Shalom Synagogue Shaarey Zedek and Max
and the Adult Study Com- Shimansky of Cong. Beth
mission of Adat Shalom Achim. Rabbi Efry Spectre
Synagogue announce a can- of Adat Shalom Synagogue
torial concert, sponsored by will introduce the program.
the Morris E. Bloomberg
Judaica and Jack
The Cantor's Assembly of
Rosenbloom Memorial Con- America is a national
cert Funds, will take place organization of cantors who
on Thursday at 8 p.m. at are affiliated with Conser-
Adat Shalom. The concert vative congregations. The
will benefit the Cantor's As- Cantor's Assembly offers
sembly.
Cantors performing are
from the tri-state region of
the Cantor's Assembly. The
guest artist is Moshe Taube
of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Appearing with him will
be Cantor Larry Vieder of
Adat Shalom Synagogue;
Cantor Chaim Najman of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Can-
tor Israel Barzak of Toledo,
Ohio; Cantor Jerome Kop-
man of Dayton, Ohio; Can-
tor Martin Leubitz of Cleve-
land, Ohio; and Cantor Jack
Chomsky of Columbus,
Ohio.
Local cantors include
Samuel Greenbaum of
Cong. Beth Shalom, Louis
Klein of Cong. B'nai Moshe,
Sidney Rube of Cong. Iz Malin

scholarships, publishes
music and periodicals and
sponsors the Summer
Seminar in cantorial
studies at the Hart College
of Music.
The Cantorial Concert is
open to the public free of
charge. Tickets must be ob-
tained at the Adat Shalom
Synagogue office in ad-
vance.

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Yiddish Class
in Oak Park

The spring session of
Workmen's Circle adult
Yiddish classes will begin at
7 p.m. May 23 at the Work-
men's Circle Center, 26341
Coolidge, Oak Park.
A knowledge of the Yid-
dish alphabet is required.
The class is limited to 15. A
textbook and flashcards will
be utilized in addition to
conversational exercises.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the Work-
men's Circle, 545-0985.

Volunteers are needed for
the Central-Northern High
School Reunion slated to
take place July 27-29 at the
Sheraton-Oaks Hotel, Novi,
announces chairman Iz Ma-
lin.
Committees needing vol-

Correction

In the Bernard and Son
Kosher Meat and Deli ad
in the May 4 Jewish News
there was an error in the
$79.95 Summer Super
Saver Bar-B-Q Package.
The charge is for 20 lbs. of
chicken, not 10.

unteers include: registra-
tion; decorations; hospital-
ity and reception; publicity,
publication, ads, yearbook;
phone squad; gifts and
souvenirs.
On July 27 there will be
pre-registration and a deli
buffet. The July 28 schedule
includes dinner-dance,
registration, cocktails,
strolling musicians, inter-
national buffet. Brunch will
be served July 29.
For information or to vol-
unteer, call Malin, 864-
2506.

Yeshivah VP
receives award

Rabbi Nachman Kahn,
executive vice president of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah,
will be honored with the
Chasan Torah Award of
Chinuch Atzmai-Torah
Schools for Israel at the
organization's 31st national
dinner on May 20 at the
New York Hilton.
Rabbi Kahn, who has
been associated with the
yeshivah for 30 years, will
be cited for "three decades of
service and devotion to
Torah education in America
and Israel."

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