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June 03, 1988 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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I LOCAL NEWS

Realities of Life Are
Sometimes Rough

ROOT FOR
THE UNDERDOG

Can You Afford The
Nursing Home
Of
Your Choice?

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reporting animals in distress. Our
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Rabbi Bulka To Speak
At JNF Annual Dinner

Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka will
be the guest speaker at the
Jewish National Fund
testimonial dinner June 13 at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
honoring Sen. Jack Faxon.
Rabbi Bulka received his
rabbinical ordination in 1965
from the Rabbi Jacob Joseph
Rabbinical Seminary in New
York and his Ph.D. degree
from the University of Ottawa
in 1971, concentrating on the
logotherapy of Prof. Viktor E.
Frankel. He has been the rab-
bi of Congregation Machzikei
Hadas, Ottawa, Canada, since
1967.
He is host of the television
series "About Ourselves," and
is listed in international
"Who's Who in Religion," the
"Dictionary of Internatinal
Biography," "Who's Who of
Intellectuals" and the
"Capital List?' He is chair-
man of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America Family and
Marriage Committee and
editor of its family and mar-
riage newsletter since 1976.
Rabbi Bulka is the author
of 16 books including: "Sex
and the Talmud," "Holocaust
Aftermath," "The Coming
Cataclysm: The Orthodox-

.

Rabbi Reuven Bulka

Reform Rift and the Future of
the Jewish People," and "The
Jewish Pleasure Principle?'
He has contributed articles to
many journals.
He is the founder and editor
of the Journal of Psychology
and Judaism as well as a
member of the editorial
boards of Tradition, Journal
of Religion and Health, the
international Forum for
Logotherapy and Pastoral
Psychology.
For reservations and infor-
mation, cal JNF, 557-7016.

Kathleen Straus To Be
AJCommittee Honoree

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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1988

you

Kathleen Straus, acting
president of the Center for
Creative Studies and a past
president of the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee, will
receive the AJCommittee's
Distinguished Community
Service Award at 6 p.m. June
16 at Thmple Beth El.
In 1966, she was executive
director of Keep Improving
Detroit Schools (KIDS), a
coalition to campaign for
passage of millage.
She was executive director
of PRO Detroit, a coalition to
assure peaceful implementa-
tion of court ordered
desegregation; associate ex-
ecutive director for. state-
federal relations of the
Michigan Association of
School Boards and staff direc-
tor of Michigan State Educa-
tion Committee. Governor
William Milliken appointed
her a commissioner of the
Education Committee of the
States in 1979, a position she
still holds.
In November, 1987 whe was
named acting president,
Center for Creative Studies in
Detroit. In 1969, Mrs. Straus
was appointed by the late

Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh as
assistant director, Committee
on Community Renewal and
as deputy director of the
Model Neighborhood Agency.
She is a former president of
the League of Women Voters
and a member of its state
board. Among her current af-
filiations: vice president of
the University Cultural
Center Association, board of
trustees of the Detroit Science
Center, Wayne Count Art and
History Commission.
A member of the American
Jewish Committee for almost
25 years, which she joined
with her late husband,
Everet, Mrs. Straus serves on
its national education task
force and is a member of the
Detroit Chapter's advisory
committee.
She was one of the founding
members of the Detroit
Woman's Forum, (a project of
the Detroit chapter) a coali-
tion of racial, ethnic and
religious diversity. She was
elected to the Jewish Com-
munity Council executive
board in 1988.
For ticket information and
reservations, call AJCommit-
tee, 965-3353.

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