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April 05, 1996 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-05

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APRIL 5, 1996

Archaeology Lecture Set

Congregation Shaarey Zedek will host Pro-
fessor Moshe Fischer, head of archaelology,
Department of Classical Studies at Tel Aviv
University, who will give a lecture and slide
show Southfield on Sunday, April 28, at 10 am.
on the subject of "Digging Up Your Roots."
The public is welcome to attend the free
breakfast leacture, which will be hosted by the
Men's Club, and to participate in the Red Cross
blood drive held by the synagogue that morn-

In addition, student and adult volunteers
are needed (16 and over-must be physically
fit) to work on the fourth dig at Yavneh Yam,
located between Jaffa and Ashdod, dating June and July 1997.
This is an opporutnity to explore Isreael, including an introducto-
ry course on archaeology of the holy land, trips to other sites, swim-
ming in the Mediterranean including full room and board near
Kibbutz Palmachim for about $500 for two weeks! To get details,
until May 6, Professor Fischer may be reached at Oberlin College,
Oberlin, Ohio; (216) 665-7050; fax: (2165 775-8124. After Aug.:
Dept. Classical Studies, Tel Aviv Univ., 69978 Ramat Aviv/Is-
rae; 011-972-3-6409779; fax: 011-972-3-6409457.
Call Andy Beider locally for details, (810) 851-0925.

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Moshe Fischer

Nella Yaacobi, wife of the Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations,
addressed the Metro Detroit State of Israel Bonds Executive Board.Shown are:
Sheldon Goldman, immediate past Campaign chairman; Linda Hayman,
Women's Division chairwoman; Nella Yaacobi; Barbara Stoliman, hostess;
and, Bernard Stoilman, Campaign general chairman.

Blood drive at Temple Beth El.
8 a..m. - 2 p.m.

Community Council Plans A Reunion

A new photo exhibit, highlight-
ing nearly 60 years of Jewish
Community Council history, will
be unveiled at Council's Board
Alumni Renunion on Tuesday,
April 30, 7:30 p.m. at Adat
Shalom Synagogue in Farm-
ington Hills.
The exhibit is being created
courtesy of Kenneth D. Sidlow,
senior vice president of D'arcy
Masius Benton & Bowles. Mr.
Sidlow is the son of Hubert Sid-
low, who served as president of
Council from 1971-74, and in
numerous leadership capacities
both before and after his presi-
dency.
The exhibit, created from pho-
tos fround in Council's files, in-
cludes pictures of Golda Meir
participating in an Isael Inde-
pendence Day celebration at the
State fairgrounds, Detroit May-

From the archives is the 1960s picture taken at the Jewish Community
Council's 25th anniversary celebration.

Sunday, April 7

or Albert Cobo and Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler completing absentee
voting ballots.
The Board Reunion, chaired
by Austin Kanter, Kathleen
Straus, and Charlotte Edelheit,
will open with a wine reception
and will be followed by a dessert
reception.
Council's past presidents will
be honored at the board reunion,
as will Mrs. Arlene Rhodes, wife
of past Council president Samuel
Rhodes (1955-58), who will be
recognized for her establishment
of the Arlene and Samuel
Rhodes Endowment Fund.
There is a charge to attend the
Board Alumni Reunion; reser-
vations are required by April 19.
Call the Jewish Community
Council for information, 642-
5393.

Mr. Moline Addresses
High School Students

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The United Synagogue of
Conservative Judaism will
hold a special program for
high school students and
their parents April 18, with
Richard Molin, director of
KOACH, the Conservative
Movement's college-age pro-
gra.
From 6 - 6:45 p.m. Mr.
Moline will speak to sopho-
mores and juniors
Richard on choosing a col-
White lege with Jewish

Friday, April 5

eyes; and from 7:15-8 p.m.
to seniors on making Jew-
ish choices on a new cam-
pus. The program will be
held at Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moss, and
is open to all high school
students whose families are
affiliated with the Conser-
vative Movement. There is
no charge, but a reservation
is necessary. A complimen-
tary dinner at 6:45 p.m. also
is included.

The KOACH program
gives students on campus-
es across North America
and in Israel the opportu-
nity to both maintain and
develop identification with
the Conservative Move-
ment.
Respond by April 12; or
for information, contact the
Michgian office of the Unit-
ed Synagogue, (810) 642-
4890.

Annual third seder at Work-
men's Circle. Noon.

Tuesday, April 16

`Remnants,' a play on. Holo-
caust memmies, to be present-
ed at B'nai Moshe. 7:45 p.m.

Wednesday, April 17

Informational meeting for UtTA
Summer Singles Mission to Is-
rael.. 7:30 p.m. Max M. Fisher
Building.

Sunday, April 21

Blood drive at B'nai Moshe,
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Call 788-
0600 for an appointment.

Sunday, April 28

Professor Moshe Fischer will

give an archaeological lecture
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek 10 a.m.

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