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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-08

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SEYMOUR '\..:Ti.t) CADILLAC

Attorney Bernard J. Cantor re-
ceived the Distinguished Eagle
Scout award of the Boy Scouts of
America at the Detroit Area
Council's annual meeting last
month at the Fairlane Club.
Cantor is a member of the
executive board and assistant
counsel of the Detroit Area Coun-
cil.
He previously received the
Silver Beaver Award and Shofar
Award of the Boy Scouts.
He served on the Jewish Com-
mittee on Scouting from 1975 to
1978.
Cantor also has served as the
Detroit Council's advancement
chairman for more than 10 years.

Technion Society
Israel Film Night •

/—

The American Technion
Society, Detroit Chapter, will
have an Israel film night on Wed-
nesday at 7:45 p.m. at a public
meeting at Cong. Beth Achim.
Featured on the program will
be three films: Three on the Golan
Heights, Why in Israel? and High
Technology from the Technion.
The public is invited and there
is no charge. For information, call
the Technion office, 559-5190.

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Miami Beach (JTA) — The role
of the Jewish Community Center
(JCC) as the instrument in foster-
ing and intensifying Jewish iden-
tity and continuity was the theme
of a special JWB convention here
last weekend of 260 JCC leaders
from 90 communities across the
United States and Canada.
The gathering, the first special
convention in the history of the
JWB, the continental association
of the JCCs, took place against a
backdrop of growing concern
among center leaders that an ero-
sion of Jewish consciousness and
values is continuing unabated in
the open and free American
society.
Speakers at various sessions
stressed this concern and warned
that the viability of the American
Jewish community will continue
to diminish unless the JCCs begin
at once an intense systematic and
sustained effort to maximize
Jewish education, not merely in
the form of adding a program to
those already in existence at the
centers but by making Jewish
education an integral part of cen-
ter planning.
The consensus was that centers
must develop comprehensive and
integrated educational systems
which would provide a total
Jewish life-style, not just inciden-
tal and disparate pieces of infor-
mation about things Jewish. But
all the speakers underlined the
point that the imperative re-
quirement is to maximize Jewish
education, not that the wheel has
to be reinvented.

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Friday, February 8, 1985

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