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October 13, 1989 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-13

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ANIMMIWORMIRIIMErno

!LOCAL NEWS

Rev. Lyons Will Speak
At JNF Women Rally

The Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund will have their
pre-donor rally noon Tuesday
at Temple Emanu-El.
This will be the prelude to
the Women's 60th Annual
Donor Luncheon scheduled
for Nov. 28 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek. At that time,
the women hope to complete
their commitment to pur-
chase a fire engine in Israel
at a cost of $225,000.
The guest speaker at the
pre-donor rally will be Rev.
James R. Lyons, the founder
and director of the
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies.
Rev. Lyons is a member of the
Scholars Committee,
Holocaust Memorial Center,
Detroit; advisory board, Inter-
national Center for Holocaust
Studies, Anti-Defamation
League; executive committee,
National Christian Leader-
ship Conference for Israel;
and executive committee,
Bridges for Peace.
His publications include:
The Holocaust: The Christian
Moral Culpability; Lebanon:
A Country of Conflicts;
Idolatry: The Impact of NA-
tional Socialism on the Chur-
ches of Nazi Europe.
Rev. Lyons is the recipient

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Award, Shaarit Haplaytah of
Metro Detroit; Leo M.
Franklin Memorial Fund,
Temple Beth El; Man of the
Year Award, Men's Club, Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek;
honorary doctor of divinity
degree, Olivet College;
Humanitarian Award,
Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah.
Ann Grossman will deliver
the invocation.
Coffee and cake will be
served and admission is free.
For information, call -JNF,
557-6644.

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search committee at
Temple Beth El is
seeking a successor to
Herbert M. Maistelman,
who recently resigned as
temple executive director.
The search committee is
under the direction of Phillip
Fischer.
"We decided to wait to
begin the search until after
the new year," said Rabbi
Daniel Polish, a member of
the committee along with
Anthony Brown, Stanley
Cohen, Laurence Deitch, Dr.
and Mrs. Alfred Kreindler,
Dr. Lawrence Lee, George
Stern and Stuart Lockman.
Maistelman resigned
effective Oct. 1 to return to
Marblehead, Mass., and
become executive director of
the North Shore Jewish
Community Center, which
he formerly served as assis-
tant executive director. He
came to Beth El in 1986
after serving as executive

director of the Richmond,
Va., JCCenter.
Rabbi Polish said
Maistelman's resignation
was accepted "with regret."



Israel Radio
Listener's Club

Idelle Ross, radio personali-
ty on Israel Radio's overseas
English language broadcasts,
will speak at the inaugural
meeting of the Detroit area
Israel Radio Listener's Club 8
p.m. Monday at the United
Hebrew Schools.
Ross is a former Livonia
resident, who settled in israel
in 1972. She produces three
popular weekly programs on
Kol Yisrael — "Shabbat
Shalom," "Mainstream" and
"Living Here."
The listener's club will seek
to promote Israel Radio local-
ly and share information on
shortwave reception and
equipment.
For information, call the
Israel Program office,
661-5440.

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