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February 07, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-07

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12 Friday, February 7, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Glazer Institute For Clerics
Slated Feb. 14 At Beth El

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The 44th B. Benedict Glazer
Institute on Judaism for the
Catholic, Protestant and East-
ern Orthodox Clergy of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will be held on
Feb. 14 at Temple Beth El.
The temple began offering an
annual dialogue of Jewish and
Protestant clergy in Detroit 44
years ago under the leadership
of Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer.
"The Institute on Judaism for
the Christian Clergy" was born.
The institute is directed by
Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz,
senior rabbi of Temple Beth El.
Guest speakers are Rabbi
Stephen S. Pearce, who will
speak on "Reworking Counsel-
ing for Overworked Clergy", and
Sydney J. Harris, whose topic is
"Living Together in a Universe
of Faith."
Rabbi Pearce is the rabbi of
Temple Sinai of Stamford,
Conn., and a faculty member of
the Rabbinic School of the He-
brew Union College.
He is chairman of the resolu-
tions committee of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
He was graduated from the City
College of New York and or-
dained at the New York School
of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion.
Rabbi Pearce earned a Ph.D.
degree in counseling at St.
John's University.
Harris writes "strictly Per-
sonal", a Chicago Sun-Times
column syndicated to hundreds
of newspapers here and abroad.
Harris moved to the Sun
Times in 1978 following the de-

mise of the Chicago Daily News
where he had been writing a
column since 1944 after three
years as a reporter and feature
Niter. The following year, he
took on the additional assign.
ment of Daily News drama cri-
tic.
Before joining the Daily News,
Harris spent two years as as-
soiate editor in charge of an-
cient and contemporary litera-
ture, social science and the
humanities for a publisher of
encyclopedias and reference
works.
Born in London, England,
Harris came to the United
• States at the age of five with his
parents. While still a philosophy
student at the University of
Chicago, he began his news-
paper career at the Chicago
Herald-Examiner and the
Chicago Times, forerunner of
the Sun-Times.
In 1982, Harris was elected to
the Chicago Journalism Hall of
Fame by the Chicago Press
Club. He has won numerous
journalism awards. Harris is the
author of eight hardcover books.

Other program participants
are: Rabbi Norman T. Roman of
Temple Beth El; Paul Dizik,
temple president; Mark Glazer;
Rev. Edward B. Willingham,
executive director, Christian
Communications Council;
Father Alex J. Brunett, director
of Ecumenical and inter,
religious affairs; Archdiocese of
Detroit; and Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Beth El.

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"Thru March 31,1986

I

Norman Pappas, left, and Dr. David Harold welcomed Max Fisher.

The speaker was the 'undis-
puted dean of American Jewish
leadership." His audience was
more than 140 young men and
women, eager to share Max M.
Fisher's knowledge and experi-
ence.
At the fifth program of the
Breakfast Club — a series spon-
sored by the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit and the
Young Leadership Cabinet of
the United Jewish Appeal
co-chairman Norman Pappas in-
troduced Fisher as "a man who

walks with princes." \Clearly,
this event was more than a
forum for discussing current na-
tional concerns.
Fisher was Anxious to tell of
his latest venture on Israel's be-
half — Operation Independence
— an international effort to
build up the economy of the
Jewish state.
He said it is imperative that
Israel become economically more
self-sufficient. "In order to pro-
mote investment in Israel, there

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