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May 19, 1995 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-19

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League Holds
Board Installation

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e League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations recently held its annual
installation meeting and program.
Beverly Canvasser was installed as pres-
ident. She has been co-chairman of Youth
Awards, Serva-Camp, publication secre-
tary, and vice president of public relations
in the League.
Ms. Canvasser has been very active in
the Reform Movement for many years,
having served as president of the sister-
hood of Temple Beth El, on the board of Beverly Canvasser
trustees of Temple Beth El, president of
District 11 National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
Installed as vice presidents were Joanne Zuroff, Dolores Greenspan
Hannah Moss, Faye Ullmann, Pearlena Bodzin and Sherrie Stern. Trea-
surer is Ruth Yost; secretaries, Rita Weston, Shirley Schlussel, Judi Moss,
Dorothy Tendler, Ida Nathan, Donna Phillips; adviser, Evelyn Noveck.

Photographer's Exhibit

srael photographer Moshe
Goldbard will exhibit a collec-
tion of photographs of the west-
ern wall in Jerusalem titled
"HaKotel" at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris JewishCommunity Cen-
ter from May 25-June 30. An
opening reception is planned for
Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m.
Mr. Goldbard was raised in an
Orthodox family in Tel Aviv and
was surrounded since childhood
by the Jewish Chassidic spirit.
Following service in the Israeli
army, he traveled to New or
and Toronto to study photogra-
phy. He returned to Israel to study
under photographer for Coral
World, on the Red Sea.
Moshe Goldbard
In 1993, Mr. Goldbard came to
the United States to specialize in fashion photography. At his interests
studio, he
, he special-
has di-
izes in fashion and portraits but in order to satisfy his may
d to include events and fine art. Mr. Goldbard also teaches at Temple
versifie
Emanu-El
Hebrew
School. are free and open to the public. Call Leslie Bash, 967-
The exhibit
and reception

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David Berger

Young Israel

Hosts Scholar.

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he weekend May 20-21, Young Is-
rael of Southfield will host as its
scholar in residence Rabbi David
Berger. Dr. Berger has smicha from
Yeshiva University, and Ph.D. in histo-
ry from Columbia University. He serves
as professor of history at Brooklyn Col-
lege and the graduate school of the City
University of New York. He has pub-
lished numerous studies on medieval
Jewish history, Jewish-Christian rela-
tions anti-Semitism and the intellectual
history of the Jews.
During the weekend, he will examine
"The Heavenly and Earthly Jerusalem"
(Shabbat morning); "History and hate:
The Dimensions ofAnti-Semitism" (Sat-
urday, 6:45 p.m.); and "Jewish Mes-
sianism, Past and Present" (Sunday, 9
a.m.)

Tiger Stadium. fine fame
starts at 1;15 p.m. Call (81.0)
540-9070. Temple Israel is also
sponsoring a family outing at
Tiger Stadium. Call (810) 661-
5'700.

4030 for information.

ADL Honors
Adam Maida

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Adam Maida

he Anti-Defamation League will honor Adam Cardinal Maida with the Cardinal Bea
Interfaith Award on Tuesday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m. at Congregation Shaarey Zedek. This
award was established to honor individuals who, by their actions and through their lead-
ership, have worked to affirm the noblest aspects of ecumenism and American democracy. Car-
dinal Maida's selection for this honor is based on his stands against anti-Semitism, racism and
all forms of bigotry and discrimination. He is only the fifth person in the country to be so hon-
ored.
The Cardinal has made calls for ecumenism and statements against anti-Semitism. His ac-
tivities as a member of ADL's Holocaust Education Coalition, his activities fostering positive
Christian-Jewish relations in Poland, and his regular appearances at congregations and in in-
terfaith and Catholic-Jewish activities all point to his mission to combat prejudice and pro-
mote understanding.
The ADL Tribute evening will feature hors d'oeuvres and cocktails, followed by a formal pre-
sentation of the award and dessert. For information, call Nancy Bechek, (810) 355-3730.

Senior Fitness

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a walk-a-thon, warm,' `'coo
downs, healthfulk
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raffle. Call (810)9 2 -4dt id

Wednesday, May 31

Kadima will host the 'Third
Conference on Adults with Psy-
chiatric Disabilities. 7 p.m, at
Temple Israel. Author Lori
Schiller will discuss the expe-
rience of psychosis and a pan-
el discussion is also scheduled.
Call (810) 559-8235.

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