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Friday, October 5, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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birthday celebrations
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Bar Mitzvahs and consecrations
wedding congratulations
get well inspirations
anniversary elaborations
birth annunciations
words of appreciation
high school graduation
official installations
creative invitations
Mother's Day communications
holiday jubilations
Father's Day narrations

TROY JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION: The congregation will

decorate its succah at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday. At 10 a.m. Oct. 13, a
Succot service will be conducted
by Carole Binder, Jeanne Korsh
and Richard and Pamela. Spitzer.
Marcie Schulman will act as can-
tor. An Oneg Shabbat will follow

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An Organization that has been in existence since
1921. We help the aged and indigent in the Jewish
community and need the support of those in-
terested in the well being of their fellow man.

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Mrs. Morris Aaron

Zedakah Club extends warm wishes to
one and all for a Happy New Year.

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS: First Day Succot serv-

ices will be at 9 a.m. Thursday.
Bezalel Gordon, son of Rabbi and

Mrs. James I. Gordon, will deliver
the guest sermon. The younger
Gordon is director of the news de-
partment of the Israel Govern-
ment Press Office and served as
the spokesman and official trans-
lator for the Kahan Commission
of Inquiry. Hoshanah Rabah serv-
ices will be at 6:30 a.m. and 6:45
p.m. Oct. 17. Services for Shemini
Atzeret and Simchat Torah will
be held at 9 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Oct. 18 and 19.

Expert on Prague Jewish life
to give lecture at Shaarey Zedek

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE

Please join us at our annual luncheon and be
entertained by a performance of the Michigan
Opera Theater, on Monday, October 29th, 1984 at
12:00 noon.

in the succah. A Simchat Torah
service will be held at 7:15 p.m.
Oct. 19, conducted by Dena Scher,
JoAnne Levy, Asher Galed and
Marvin Davidson. The daughter
of Richard and Shelley Thomson
will be named.

Dr. Hillel Kieval

a member of the Czechoslovak
History Association.
The son of a rabbi who has a
pulpit near Boston, Dr. Kieval
speaks fluent German, French,
Hebrew, Czech, Yiddish and
Polish. He earned B.A., M.A., and
Ph.D. degrees in history summa
cum laude at Harvard University.
He also studied at the Universite
de Strasbourg.
He was a teaching fellow at
Harvard; assistant professor, De-
partment of history and School of
International Studies, University
of Washington, Seattle, Wash.;
was awarded a fellowship for
three months of research in
Prague; held a three-year prize

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek Cul-
tural Commission will present
Brandeis University Professor of
History and expert on the life of
A seven-part series on the
Jewish Prague, Dr. Hillel J.
theme "What's Happening in the
Kieval, on Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Fol-
Jewish Family" will be presented
lowing the lecture, a large, wide-
by Temple Israel beginning at 8
screen TV will be available for-
p.m. Tuesday.
guests to watch the "Heritage:
The series will open with an ad-
Civilization and the Jews" pro-
dress by Dr. Morris Weiss, whose
gram, narrated by Abba Eban.
topic is "The Rearing of Children
Sponsored by Cultural Com-
in the Jewish Family."
mission founder Walter L. Field
Dr. Weiss is staff child
and his wife, Lea, Dr. Kieval's ap-
psychiatrist at Children's and
pearance at Shaarey Zedek will
Kingswood Hospitals, and is a
usher in the 18th "Chai" —
consultant to the Hawthorne Cen-
year of the commission, according
ter.
to Rabbi Irwin Groner, spiritual
The series, planned by Temple
leader. of Cong. Shaarey Zedek;
Israel's adult education commit-
Dr. Samuel Stulberg, chairman of
the commission; and Field. Dr. • tee, chaired by Dr. S. Meyer Arbit,
will continue for three consecu-
Paul Gold and Mrs. Linda Zalla
tive Tuesdays and four Sunday
are co-chairmen. Ceil Kliger
mornings.
Ruda is chairman of publicity and
The schedule is as follows:
Belden Carroll is chairman of
Dr. Eugene Ebner, Oct. 16,
graphics.
speaking on "Contemporary
Dr. Kieval, fellow of the Tauber
Jewish Families: Life Styles, Tra-
Institute for the Study of Euro-
ditions and Conflicts"; Dr. Fran
pean Jewry at Brandeis Univer-
Parker, Oct. 23, "The Effects of
sity, will speak on the historical
Parental Trauma on Children";
aspects of Prague Jewry as a pro-
logue to viewing "The Precious
Legacy" exhibit next spring at the
Detroit Institute of Arts.
He has lectured extensively on
"The History of Jewish Prague:
From Renaissance to Resistance,"
and delivered a paper at the
Smithsonian Institution, Wash-
ington, D.C. He has spoken on
BY BARRY HOLTZ
"Prague and the Villages: On the
Special to The Jewish News
Social Origins of the Czech-
This year Yom Kippur falls on
Jewish Movement, 1875-1900," at
the Sabbath and therefore it takes
Brandeis University's Tauber In-
precedence over the weekly Torah
stitute.
portion. We read a special section
In 1983, Dr. Kieval was named
senior adviser to Project Judaica,
designed to bring to the United
Barry Holtz is co-director of the
States the traveling exhibition of
Melton Research Center at the
art and artifacts from the State
Jewish Theological Seminary in
Jewish Museum in Prague. He is
New York.

fellowship at Harvard to engage
in research and writing in his
field of interest; and in 1972, Har-
vard awarded him a summer
grant for research in Paris.
Dr. Kieval is author of a chapter
on "Autonomy and Independence:
The Historical Legacy of Czech
Jewry" in the currently published
book on Judaic Treasures From
the Czechoslovak State Collec-
tions, titled: The Precious Le-
gacy," edited by David Altshuler
for the Smithsonian Institution
Traveling Exhibition Service,
Washington.
The community is invited. For
information, call the synagogue
office, 357-5544.

Jewish family theme of lecture

Dr Saul Forman, Nov. 4, "Drug
Abuse in the Jewish Family"; Dr.
Elliot D. Luby, Nov. 11, "Eating
Disorders"; Dr. Alan Rosenbaun,
Nov. 18, "Bereavement and De-
pression"; and Dr. Ronald E.
Trunsky, Dec. 2, "Coping with Ag-
ing."
The community is invited at no
charge.

ADL official
to speak at temple

The Birmingham Temple will
present a program in its Monday
Forum series at 8:30 p.m. Monday
in the temple.
Richard Lobenthal, Michigan
regional director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will speak on "Have
American Jews Achieved Secu-
rity?"
The public is invited at a
charge.

INSIGHT

The route toward atonement

on this, the holiest day in our
calendar, "the Sabbath of Sab-
baths." First a reading from
Leviticus 16 and then the maftir
reading from Numbers 29.
In a sense, the reading from
Leviticus takes us by surprise. At
first, no mention is made of Yom
Kippur. Perhaps we expect some-

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