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March 11, 1988 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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Bezalel Gordon

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Bezalel Gordon, former
director and editor-in-chief of
the news department of the
Israel Government Press Of-
fice, will speak at 11 a.m.
March 20 at Cong. B'nai
David.
He will speak on "How the
Press Distorts America's
View of the Middle East?'
Gordon was educated at the
University of Michigan and
the School of Foreign Service
of Georgetown University.
He served as official
spokesman for Israel's
Judicial Commission of In-
quiry into the massacre at the
refugee camps in Beirut and
was chief translator of the
Kahan Commission report on
Sabra and Shatilla.
Gordon is the son of Rabbi
and Mrs. James Gordon,
formerly of the Young Israel
Of Oak Woods.
The cultural commission of
B'nai David, chaired by Alex
Blumenberg and Dorothy
Orent, has arranged for Gor-
don's appearance. The com-
munity is invited at no
charge.

Men's Clubs
Host Convention

The men's clubs of Adat
Shalom, Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses, Beth Achim,
Beth Shalom, B'nai Moshe
and Shaarey Zedek will host
the 59th annual Spring Con-
vention of the Great Lakes
Region of the Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs. The
theme of this year's conven-
tion is "Business Ethics: A
Jewish Perspective?'
The convention will begin
March 18 with Sabbath ser-
vices at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Keynote speaker will be Nate
Borofsky, director of Wayne
State University's Technology
Transfer Center.
Following March 19 Shab-
bat services at Shaarey

Zedek, the convention will
host a luncheon/seminar and
panel workshop moderated by
Dr. Harvey Nussbaum, pro-
fessor at Wayne State Univer-
sity. Panelists are Rabbi
William Gershon, Robert Naf-
taly, Florine Mark and Neal
Zalenko.
The highlight of the conven-
tion is the Saturday night
dinner-dance hosted by Cong.
Beth Achim.
The convention weekend
will conclude with morning
services and breakfast at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, followed by the in-
stallation of officers. The
keynote address will be
delivered by Dr. Jerome
Agrest, international presi-
dent of the Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs.
For information, contact
one of the host congregations
or convention chairman
David Goldis, 626-1181, or
Beth Achim co-chairmen
Gerald Keller, 355-0347, or
Stuart Silverman, 557-3188.

Joint Havdalah
Service Set

Hillel Day School students
and their families and
members of Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses will
participate in Shabbat ser-
vices beginning 5:45 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
The Minchah service will
be conducted by the families
of: Ken Apsel, Alan Bleyer,
Bryna Fisher, Jerry Frohlich,
Edward Goldman, E. Donald
Goodman, Dr. Gerald Katz-
man, Dr. Philip Kresch, Can-
tor Ben-Zion Lanxner, Dr.
Harris Mainster, Larry
Rothstein, David Ruskin,
Joseph Tarica, Dr. Warren
Tessler and Donald
Weinbaum.
A seudah shlishit and the
Maariv and Havdalah ser-
vices will follow.

Students Get
Siddurim

The Religious School
Parents organization at Cong.
Beth Shalom voted to support
a new program at the
religious school to give all
third graders their own copies
of the Sim Shalom prayer
book.
RSP will purchase copies of
the siddur this year for all
students in grades three
through bar/bat mitzvah and
in following years for all third
grade students and new
students in higher grades.
The prayer books will be
distributed to students at a
special party.

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