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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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Friday, September 7, 1984

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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New head of religious school
appointed at Temple Israel

Temple Israel of West Bloom-
field will begin the new school
year this weekend with a new di-
rector of religious education.
He is Joseph A. Poisson, who
comes here from Buffalo, N.Y.,
after serving Temple Beth Zion in
a similar capacity.
At Temple Israel, Poisson also
will participate with the temple's
adult education committee in
planning programs, including the
continuation of the bar/bat
mitzvah program for adults,
which last year graduated 43
people from its two-year course of
study.
Born in Berlin, Germany, Pois-
son immigrated to Israel with his
family at the age of 2, receiving
Ms secular and religious educa-
tion there. He came to the United
States in 1962.
Poisson holds a degree in eco-
nomics from Tel Aviv University
from which he graduated in 1960,
and from Dropsie College. He also
did advance degree work at Gratz
College and People's University.
He also holds licenses as a
school principal from the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Educa-
tion and from the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations.
His expertise falls in several
primary areas, including direc-
tion of several large religious

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schools, teachers' in-service train-
ing, preparation of college teach-
ing workshops, curriculum de-
velopment and audio teaching
aids.
He was most recently president
of the Principal's Council of West-
ern New York. A consultant to
schools on educational programs.
Poisson is listed in Who's Who in
Jewish Education.
He will teach two seminar
courses this year for the College of
Jewish Studies of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Federation of Reform
Synagogues.

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In 1843 at Sinsheimer's cafe in New York City, twelve men of vision founded B'nai B'rith. In this, its 140th year, the B'nai B'rith
Metropolitan Detroit Council is proud to recognize and honor today's Men of Vision . . . "for their belief ,that the future of
Judaism and the perpetuation of Jewish heritage lies in developing programs to enrich and guide Jewish youth" . . . the --
dream lives on.

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B'NAI B'RITH FOUNDATION OF THE UNITED STATES
YOUTH SERVICES APPEAL

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JOSEPH CUTLER
H.B, GORDON
IRVING PITT
IRVING SIEGEL
HAROLD JAFFA
DR. HOWARD L. DUBIN
SIDNEY SCHWARTZ
ERNEST M. SOLOMON
MILTON M. WEINSTEIN

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1984
ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

Reception at 6:00 p.m.

Dinner at 7:00 p.m.

29901 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Kenneth Bertin

Floyd A. Bornstein

SPONSOR OF YOUTH

David Jaffa

David L. Bittker

Henry Dorfman
Jacob Feldman
Samuel Frankel
William Q. Graham

Dr. William Haber
Nathan Harris
Joseph Jackier
Dr. Bertram Marx

Norman Adelsberg
Dr. Abraham Becker
Harry Berlin
Sherwood Berman
Harold Beznos
Ivan S. Bloch
Paul Borman
Donald Canvasser
Manuel Charach
Allan Charlupski
Gary Cochran

Phillip Cohen
Irwin I. Cohn
Gerald Corlin
Samuel Diskin
Stanley Eisenberg
Bernard Gordon
Edward Gordon
Jonnard (Jon) Greenberg
Samuel Hamburger
David Hermelin
Melvin Kaftan

David Kahan
Austin Kanter
Dr. Michael Karbal
Alexander Karp
Melvin Kepes
Herman S. Keys
Henry Konstam
Dr. Edward Kroll
Irving Laker
Sol Lefton

Dinner Chairman

• • •

ARTHUR C. SCHOTT

Associate Chairman

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Donald Simon

Robert Nattaly
Milford Nemer
Marvin Novick
Murray C. Pitt

Dr. Milton Shiffman
Joseph Shulevitz
Joshua Stone
Louis Weber

Dr. Alan Salomon
Bernard Schlussel
Arthur C. Schott
Douglas Schubot
Mark Z. Segal
Ernest Shaw
I.W. Sherr
Philip Slomovitz
Martin Sorkowitz
Max Sosin

Phillip Stollman
Rudi Straus
George Tarnoff
Harord Warren
Max Wayburn
Earl Weingarden
Edwin Weinstein
Harvey L. Weisberg
Harold Zuker
Committee in Formation

TRUSTEE FOR YOUTH

Al Ackerman
Louis E. Barden
Joseph Broder
Jack Cochran
Morris Direnfeld

NATHAN D. RUBENSTEIN

William Farber

Herbert D. Mendel
Charles Milan
Ralph Miller
Sol Moss

DINNER COMMITTEE*

David Levine
Myron L. Milgrom
Alexander T. Ornstein
Barry Pitt
David Pollack
Fred Raznick
Herbert Rechter
Maurice Rosender
Nathan D. Rubenstein
Marvin S. Ruby

LOUIS WEBER

ERNEST SHAW

. Honorary Chairman

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Fund Raising Cabinet Chairman

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Council Fund Raising Chairman

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SHARON R. RAPPAPORT

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Michigan Director
B'nai Frith Foundation
of the United States

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