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July 23, 1993 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-23

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OUR SHIP
JUST CAME
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"There should be more
emphasis placed on infor-
mal education — namely,
what students see at home.
Children see their parents
saying one thing, then doing
another. That leaves them
very confused.
"There doesn't seem to be
the same kind of respect for
education and educators as
in times past. Lip service is
paid to quality education,
but parents are unwilling to
do anything to back it up.
"Teachers are very often
spoken to with a great deal
of disrespect. If I had spo-
ken that way when I was
young, it surely would have
led to swift and memorable
punishment.
"A child will learn a lot
more from what he sees a
role model do than what he
hears him say.
"In shul (during daven-

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JPM Plans
Senior Events

Jerry L. Guttman will answer
questions regarding money
matters 1 p.m. July 26 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center. Reserve
tickets at the JPM box office.
There is a charge for
non-members.
Jack Leve will continue line
dancing on a monthly basis,
beginning 1 p.m. July 27.
Reserve tickets at the JPM
box office. There is a charge.
"Fabs" Kaldobsky will pre-
sent a music appreciation
series sponsored by B'nai
B'rith Michigan Regional
Council and its Community
Volunteer Services 1:30 p.m.
July 30.
The Wednesday Afternoon
Social will be held 1-3 p.m. at
the JPM. The Wednesday
Friendship Group meets
10:30 a.m. for discussion. The
Center Men's Forum meets
Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Bible
Study meets Wednesdays at
11 a.m. The Ben-Gurion
Men's Club meets each week-
day at noon.
Senior adult choir meets
Mondays at 12:30 p.m.

Beth Elders
Elect Officers

Frances Malin was installed
as president of the Beth
Elders of Temple Beth El. In-
stalled with Fran were Lee
Waldbott, Gordon Seedberg,
vice presidents; Hy Frank,
treasurer; Helen Waldbott,

ing), for example, people
will tell their children to
stop talking; then they'll get
involved in a heated conver-
sation. Even if it's a learned
discussion, it's not appropri-
ate.
"I have seen 17 gradua-
tions at Central, and each
becomes less formal. (J/
"Our children know that
Sarah and I have expecta-
tions about their behavior.
They understand that when
they leave this house they
are Wayntraubs, and
Wayntraubs behave a cer-
tain way.
"We hope also that they
see we have respect for oth-
ers, which is what we saw
from our parents. It's a
chain that goes on and on.
Both Sarah's and my par-
ents were models for our
behavior and for our chil-
dren's behavior." ❑

MacWilliams,
Jeanette
Jeanette Cohen, secretaries.
Sidney Alexander, Betty Jane
Fisher, Annabelle Glazer, Ed-
na Greenwald„ Elaine
Lumberg, Phyllis Marks,
Dorothy Willis and Laura
Wise were installed as board
members.
Frances Malin's years of
service to the temple include
her ongoing commitment to
the sisterhood, where she has
served in numerous
capacities. She is a member of
the boards of both the
sisterhood and the Middle
Years Group. A charter
member and past executive
officer of Brandeis Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, she is
the treasurer of the American
Arab and Jewish Friends, an
auxiliary of the Round Table
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. ❑

USY Officers
At Beth Shalom

Franki Berg and Miriam
Lewis are the new presidents
of Congregation Beth
Shalom's United Synagogue
Youth group.
Sitting on the executive
board are: Jana Wolock,
religious vice president; An-
drew Sternberg, social action
Tikun Olam; Adam Magy,
social vice president; Carrie
Apsel, membership vice presi-
dent; Debbi Racusin, com-
munication vice president;
and Mike Sternberg. ❑

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