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July 22, 1988 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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Fund-raisers
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Earl A. Jordan has been
hired as the executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Community
Association/United Jewish
Appeal.
Jordan, 54, has an eclectic
background. Born and raised
in Boston, he received his
B.A. degree from Boston
University and then studied
at Hebrew Union College
where he completed his
graduate work and was or-
dained a rabbi. He has serv-
ed as rabbi in several syna-
gogues across the country.
From 1969 to 1975 he was
employed by the United
Jewish Appeal and worked in
a variety of positions, in-
cluding director of UJA's Rab-
binical Advisory Council and
head of UJA's University Pro-
grams Department.
Jordan declined to talk
about any specific plans or ac-
tivities he would like to see
implemented. He did detail
his overriding orientation.
"The greatest challenge in
working with the Jewish com-
munity now is the one of
building bridges between the
various segments in the com-
munity in order to achieve
the goals we have in com-
mon," said Jordan. "These
goals are survival and the
perpetuation of Jewish
values:'
Jordan has two children —
a son who is a guide in
Jerusalem, and a daughter
who's "trying to learn the
meaning of life" in San Diego.

School Director
Is Named

director for the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Washtenaw
County.
Weintraub was a teacher for
10 years at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Nursery
School.
The new JCC pre-school
will offer morning and after-
noon nursery school sessions,
enrichment classes, parent-
child workshops, before and
after care, and half-day and
full-day child care.

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rescheduled because of Tisha
B'Av to July 31, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.,
at the home of Fran and Mar-
ty Scheer, 6277 Walnut Lake
Road.
Beverages and kosher
desserts will be provided. For
information, call the Scheers,
661-0275; Harmon Bayer,
352-7878; or Esther Tal,
661-5440.

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Rena Weintraub has been
hired as the first pre-school

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UHS Party
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pool party scheduled for July
24 has been rescheduled to
July 31 in observance of
Tisha B'Av. For information,
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Machon ETorah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, is beginning a new
lunchtime class for men,
"Focal Points on the Jewish
Calendar."
The class will be held
Tuesdays at noon at the office
of Dr. Isadore Steiner, 17422
10 Mile Road in Southfield.
The first class on Aug. 9, will
deal with the High Holidays.
Classes will be led by Rabbi
Avraham Jacobovitz.
A class for women, "Women
in Jewish History and How
They Related to Contem-
porary Living," will be held
on Monday evenings at 8:30
p.m. in the Eleven Mile Road-
Lahser area. The classes will
be led by Bayla Jacobovitz.
There is no charge.
For information, call
Machon L'Torah, 967-0888 or
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