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September 28, 1984 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-28

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Friday, September 28, 1984



WOMEN RABBIS will become a reality in the Conservative movement now that 19 women
have enrolled in the Jewish Theological Seminary's rabbinical program. Above, Rhonda
Nebel fills out registration forms along with her male classmates.

Cong. Shaarey Zedek honor Ivan Bloch for Israel
Bonds . . . Dr. Jacob Marcus addresses Hertz Insti-
tute on Reform Judaism . Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah honors Jack Shenkman at annual dinner
. . . Chabad dedicates library at Bais Chabad
Torah Center . . . Lansing Cong. Shaarey Zedek
marks 65th anniversary . . . Israel Bond Organiza-
tion President and Chief Executive Yehuda
Halevy speaks in Detroit . . . Hadassah hosts lec-
ture on "Christian Support for Israel" . . . Zedakah
Club founder Anna Weinbeck dies . . . 50th an-
niversary Balfour Concert held at Ford Au-
ditorium . . . B'nai B'rith International President
Gerald Kraft addresses annual dinner here .. .
Shaarit Haplaytah honors Simon Schwarzberg .. .
Jewish Family Service hosts national meeting of
Family Service Association of America . . . Yosef
Tekoah addresses Shaare Zedek Bond event .. .
David Handleman is named president of United
Jewish Charities . . . Rabbi Shmuel State heads
PTACH (Parents for Torah for All Children) .. .
Sheldon P. Winkelman is re-elected president of
Jewish Federation Apts. . . . Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes wins Gold Mozart Pin awarded by the In-
ternational Foundation Mozarteum . . . Six Israeli
soldiers, held by the PLO since the beginning of
the Lebanon War, are exchanged for 4,500 Pales-
tinians held captive in the Ansar detention center
in southern Lebanon . . . Prime Minister Shamir
and Defense Minister Moshe Arens visit Washing-
ton on a state visit. The trip results in plans for
Israel-U.S. strategic cooperation being revived,
and steps being taken to create a free trade zone
between the United States and Israel.


NUCLEAR WAR and con-
cern about how to prevent
it remained a burning
topic, fueled by a powerful
ABC-TV movie, "The Day
After," at right, which
focused on a small Kansas
town. Americans wondered
how the new Soviet leader,
Chernenko, above, would
factor into the nuclear
debate but he remains a
shadowy figure.

Four people die and 43 are injured in a
Jerusalem bus explosion caused by terrorists .. .
Following his departure from Tripoli, Yassir
Arafat sets sail for Egypt for a meeting with Egyp-
tian President Hosni Mubarak . . . Jewish Na-
tional Fund Women culminate fund-raising drive
to restore forests of Kiryat Shmona . . . Commu-
nity forum on Soviet Jewry at Cong. Beth Shalom
. . . Support group starts for Israel AKIM — the
Association for the Rehabilitation of the Mentally
Handicapped in Israel . . . Weizmann Institute of
Science cell biologist Prof. Amiela Globerson
speaks in Detroit . . . Rabbi Reuven Drucker is the
new spiritual leader of Young Israel of Greenfield
. . . Ivan Bloch-produced Baby opens on Broadway
. . . Safed, Israel Mayor Aaron Nahmias visits Oak
Park schools . . . Tennis player Nicole Rival par-
ticipates in Pan American Maccabi Games in Sao
Paulo, Brazil . . . People for Re-Assessment of Aid
to Israel asks Ann Arbor City Council to put an
advisory referendum on the April election ballot
requesting a cut in U.S. aid to Israel . . . Sinai
Hospital of Detroit and Henry Ford Hospital plan
to establish acute care hospital in West Bloomfield
. . . Attorney representing striking Akiva teachers
files several motions in Oakland County Circuit
Court in teachers' libel suit against the school .. .
Jewish Home for Aged gets LeVine family gift for
institute on aging . . . The Georgia State Board of
Pardons and Paroles refuses to pardon post-
humously Leo Frank, who was found guilty of
murder in 1913 and was subsequently lynched .. .

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