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September 04, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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Hadassah Picks Lyons
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. Man of the Year Award.
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FRIDAY SEPT. 4 1987

Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah will present a
special Hadassah Human-
itarian Award to Rev. James
R. Lyons at its opening fall
meeting Sept. 15 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Had-
assah National Vice Presi-
dent Carmela Kalmanson
will make the presentation.
Rev. Lyons, who is the
founder-director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies in
Southfield, is internationally
known for his numerous
literary contributions and
dialogues on the subject of the
Christian churches during
the Holocaust. He focused on
that topic as director of the
Walker and Gertrude Cisler
Library at Wayne State
University and also directed
WSU's Office of Religious
Affairs.
A Near East scholar, Rev.
Lyons is a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Na-
tional Christian Leadership
Conference for Israel. He has
conducted seminars on
Jewish-Christian relations all
over the world, and published
works on the subject in the
Congregationalist, Wayne
State University Press, and
for the National Academy of
Science. He is also a member
of the advisory board, Inter-
national Center for Holocaust
Studies of the Anti-
Defamation League.
Before founding the
Ecumenical Institute, Rev.
Lyons was spiritual leader of
the Pine Hill Congregational
Church in West Bloomfield
for 27 years. Among the local
honors previously bestowed
upon him are: the Righteous
Gentile Award of Shaarit
Haplaytah of Metropolitan
Detroit, the Chautauqua
Society Award for Outstan-
ding Achievement in Inter-
religious Affairs by the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
El in Birmingham, and Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will present Kenneth Libo
following a noon luncheon at
the temple on Sept. 14. Libo's
topic will be "Westward Oy:
Pioneer Jewish Men and
Women Out West" based on
material from his latest book,
We Lived There Too.
Dr. Libo is the curator of
historical exhibitions for the
National Museum of
American Jewish History in
Philadelphia. Libo was the co-
author with Irving Howe of

Kenneth Libo

World of Our Fathers, How We
Lived, and most recently We
Lived There Too. Libo is a
Dartmouth graduate with a
Ph.D. Degree from City
University of New York, and
recipient of a National Book
Award Certificate.
Chairmen of the luncheon
are Gayle Hirsch and Laurie
Blinder. There is no charge
for current Sisterhood
members; there is a fee for
guests. Call the temple office
for information and reserva-
tions, 661-5700.

ORT Chapter
Meets Thursday

Whitehall/Southfield Chap-
ter, Women's American ORT,
will hold a general meeting
on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at
the Whitehall Apts. club
house.
Rose H. Buchhalter will
present a half hour talk on
"Jewish Humor." Petite lun-
cheon will be served.

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