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February 01, 1985 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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Fischer Memorial Lecture
Series Begun At Beth El

Rabbi Harold S. Kushner,
uthor of When Bad Things Hap-
pen to Good People, will deliver
the first lecture in the first Loren
B. Fischer Speaker Series at 8
p.m. Thursday at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi Kushner will speak on
"Why the Good Suffer." The lec-
ture is sponsored by the Loren B.
'7ischer Memorial Youth Fund.
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Rabbi Kushner was graduated
from Columbia University. He
was ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary in 1960 and
was awarded a doctoral degree in
Bible by the seminary in 1972. He
also has studied at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and the
Harvard Divinity School.
He became the rabbi of Temple
Israel of Natick, Mass., in 1966.
Prior to taking a pulpit, Rabbi
Kushner was an Army chaplain.
e was the -associate rabbi of
Temple Israel, Great Neck, N.Y.
He is a past president of the New
England Region of the Rabbinical
Assembly and of the Natick
Clergy Association. He has been a
visiting lecturer in Jewish litera-
ture at Clark University in Wor-
e-ster, Mass., and currently is the
editor of Conservative Judaism
-. magazine.
He also is the author of When
Children Ask About God.

JNF - Sabbath
Marked Saturday

"JNF Sabbath, which links the
Jewish National Fund, Israel's
sole land reclamation agency,
with Tu B'Shevat, Israel's Arbor
Day, will be observed in
synagogues Saturday, announces
JNF President, Franklin J. El-
lias.
Celebration of Tu B'Shevat will
culminate with a special meeting,
of the board of directors of JNF on
Tuesday at 8 p.m. when Col. Arie
Shacham will visit Detroit and
will prpsent an Israel update.

Humanism Day
Marked At Temple

The Birmingham Temple will
mark Humanism Day with an
adult confirmation at services at
-8:30 p.xn. today at the temple.
Theme of the evening is
"Humanistic Judaism — A Phi-
losophy for Me."
Confirmands include: Ilene Co-
hen, Helen Forman, Janis
Levin-Gorelick, Joseph Levine,
Isabel Markowitz, Karen
Shapiro-Miller, Michael Miller,
Cheryl Rives and Robert Roether.

College Student
Breakfast Slated

Young Israel of Greenfield will
sponsor a breakfast for college age
students on Feb. 10.
Shachrit will be at 9 a.m. with
breakfast following at 9:45 a.m.
Rabbi Reuven Drucker will ad-
dress the group. There is a nomi-
nal charge.
For reservations, call David
Mandelbaum, 542-7736.

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LOCAL NEWS

Foster Homes Sought
For Jewish Children

The Orchards Children's Serv-
ices, a project of the Greater De-
troit Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, is seeking Jewish
foster families for Jewish children
in need of placement. In addition,
through the Orchards Parent
Therapist Program, counseling
support is provided for the foster
parents. The youngsters receive
weekly therapy from trained so-.
cial workers and child care work-
ers regularly visit 'the homes to
relieve the parent therapists.
For information, call Suzanne
Franklin, director of foster care
services, 258-0440; or Barbara
Mayer, NCJW chairman of the
parent Therapist Program, 332-
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Class For Expectant
Parents Offered

The Oakland County Health
Division will offer a series of six
weekly classes for expectant par-
ents beginning Feb. 13 at the
Health Division's Southfield
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Classes will be held from 7:30 to
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