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March 24, 1995 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-24

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MARCH 24, 1995




oward Tapper and
Lawrence A. Wolfe are
the 1995 chairmen for
the Metropolitan Detroit Annu-
al Citywide Gala, on behalf of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, set for Monday, May 1,
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Howard Tapper is president
of Tapper's Jewelry and has been
involved in the jewelry industry
for over 30 years. He is a mem-
ber of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek and Congregation Beth
Shalom where he was president
of the Beth Shalom Men's Club
as well as chaired the syna-
gogue's special fund-raising ef-
Howard Tapper
forts. He is a past board member
of the Fresh Air Society, JARC,
and the Hebrew Free Loan and has also served as a vice-presi-
dent of the Jewish Community Center. In addition, Mr. Tapper
is a board member of the Variety Club Children's Charity.
Lawrence Wolfe is vice president and secretary of Production

Tool Supply Company, a multi-branch distributor of industrial
tools and supplies. A member of Adat Shalom Synagogue he
serves on the executive committee. He is a member of the board
of directors of the Jewish Community Center where he serves as
board secretary and the Detroit
Branch of Men's of American
ORT. Mr. Wolfe has been very
active in Israel bonds where he
has held a number of positions
including serving on the Na-
tional Cabinet of Israel Bonds
and the executive board of Israel
Bonds in Detroit.
Both Mr. Tapper and Mr
Wolfe are members of the exec-
utive board of the Detroit
Friends of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary chaired by
Anaruth Bernard and Dr. Alden
For information or for reser-
vations, call the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary Detroit office,
Lawrence Wolfe


Forum Theme



errorism - It's Impact on
Israel" will be the theme
of the Einstein Luncheon
Forum of the ZOA on Monday,
April 3, at noon at the Clarion Ho-
tel, 12 Mile at Orchard Lake,
Farmington Hills.
Guest speaker will be Bryan J.
Ellison. Mr. Ellison is a doctoral
candidate in molecular biology at
the University of California,
Berkley. He is editor in chief of The
Inside Story: World Report, an in-
telligence newsletter covering such
issues as revolution, terrorism and
international affairs.
For reservations, phone ZOA,
(810) 569-1515.

he Great Lakes Chamber
Music Festival will be co-
Aviva and
sponsored by Temple Beth
El and St. Hugo of the Hills, De-
troit Chamber Winds and the
Chamber Music Society of De-
Dean and Aviva Friedman will co-chair
the June 10-17 event with Kathy and Joseph
Antonini. The concerts are divided between
the two religious institutions.
There also will be a children's concert de-
signed to introduce young people to the world of chamber music. Detroit Chamber Winds,
a group of musicians drawn from the ranks of the Detroit Symphony and Michigan Opera
Theatre Orchestras, also will perform.
For ticket information, call Chamber Music Society, (810) 362-2622.

Seminar Hosts Author, Educator


arenting adolescents
will be the focus
March 28, when Ann
F. Caron addresses a 7:30
p.m. seminar sponsored by
the sisterhood of Temple
Beth El.
The author of Strong

Mothers, Strong Sons:
Raising the Next Genera-
tion of Men and Don't Stop
Loving Me: A Reassuring
Guide for Mothers of Ado-
lescent Daughters, Dr.

Caron is a former teacher
who holds a degree in de-
velopmental psychology
from Columbia University.
Dr. Caron gives lectures
and workshops throughout
the country combining her
professional training and Ann Caron

Saturday, March 25

Children of Holocaust-Sur-
vivors Association in Michigan
will celebrate its 15th anniver-
sary. Author Helen Epstein will
be the featured speaker. 7:30
p.m. at the Maple-Drake Jew-
ish Community Center. Call
(810) 661-0838 or (810) 356-

Tuesday, March 28

Salay Meridor, a former advis-
er to Israel's ministers of for
eign affairs and defense and
the executive board of the Jew-
ish Agency and the World Zibn-
ist Organization, will address
a public forum on "Israel and
the Peace Process." 7:30 p.m.
at Congregation Beth Achim.

Tuesday, March 28

Jewish Family Service will
sponsor "Defining the Limits,"
a one-session workshop ad-
dressing child-discipline issues.
9:30-11 a.m. at the Max M.
Fisher Building. Call (810) 559-

Music Festival
Set For June

Bryan Ellison


hands-on experience as
the mother of six young
adults to offer advice to
parents on coping with
the challenges of raising
On March 28, she will
speak and greet the audi-
ence at a dessert recep-
tion following the
program. Dr. Caron's
books will also be avail-
able for purchase at that
Advance tickets for the
event, open to the com-
munity, are available
through the sisterhood;
tickets also will be avail-
able at the door.
For information, call
Barbara Grant, 851-1100.

Tuesday, April 4

Jewish Family Service will host
a Housing Options for Older
Adults workshop at the
agency's building in Southfield.
Call (810) 559-1500.

Wednesday, April 5

University on Wheels, an all-
day cultural event sponsored
by Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee,
Greater Detroit Chapter, will
feature movie moguls Thomas
Doherty and Ren,aissance Man
screenwriter Jim Burn.stein.
9:45 a.m. at the Bloomfield
Township Library. Call (810)

Wednesday, April 5

Humorist Lila Green will pre-
sent "What's So Funny About
Being Jewish?" 7:30 p.m. at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Commu
nity Center. Call (810) 661-

Thursday, April 6

"Dimensions of Denial and Dis-
covery," a seminar on teaching
the Holocaust and Armenian
Genocide, will be held from 8:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Wayne State
University. Call (313) 577-

Sunday, April 9

Women's American ORT Oak-
field Chapter, will sponsor a
bus tour of old Jewish Detroit.
1-5 p.m. Call (810) 638-5888 or
(810) 478-3323.

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