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April 12, 1996 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-12

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Health Care
Subject Of Talk

"Ethical Values in Health Care:
Lessons from the Nazi Era" will
be discussed by Dr. Michael J.
Flanzblau 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
April 24, at Morels: A Michigan
Bistro in Bingham Farms.
The event is sponsored by the
Maimonides Society of the Jew-
ish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit. Medical and osteopath-
ic physicians are invited to par-
ticipate in programs with their
spouses and guests. The society
aims to strengthen bonds with
the Jewish community and Is-
rael through educational, social
and charitable activities.
Dr. Flanzblau will analyze
health care issues from a historic
perspective. Lessons will be
drawn from the actions of the
German medical profession dur-
ing the Nazi period.
Cost for the event is $15 per
person. Dessert reception is in-
cluded. Advance reservations are
required by April 16.
For details, call Fern Kepes at
the Jewish Federation's Com-
munity Outreach and Involve-
ment Department, (810)
642-4260.

Young Adults
Plan Event

An evening of fine wine, hors
d'oeuvres and good company is
planned for the second annual
wine-tasting event sponsored by
the Jewish Federation's Young
Adult Division 7 p.m. Thursday,
April 25, in Bloomfield Hills.
Rabbi Joshua Bennett will dis-
cuss the significance of kosher
wine and a representative from
the Merchant of Vino will pro-
vide instruction about choosing
a wine that will complement a
meal.
Full payment, $20 per person,
must accompany the reservation.
For details, call Jim Rosenberg
at YAD, (810) 642-4260.

Yom HaZikaron
At Maple-Drake

Young people will play an im-
portant role in this year's com-
munity-wide Yom HaZikaron
—Israel Remembrance Day—
observance 7 p.m. April 22, at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Communi-
ty Center.
Detroit-area youth groups
have prepared a candlelighting
ceremony to open the evening's
program. Students in the Jew-
ish Federation-sponsored Project
Discovery program in Israel
joined their peers from
Jerusalem's Boyer High School
to create an audio-visual pre-
sentation about battles for

Jerusalem. Children from the
Shaarey Zedek youth choir will
sing songs appropriate to the oc-
casion.
Col. Yair Golan of the Israel
Defense Forces will lower the
flag and give the "order of the
day." The program also will fea-
ture the reciting of Yizkor and
Kaddish.
Sponsoring organizations in-
clude the Michigan/Israel Con-
nection, a program of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan De-
troit; the Friends of the Israel De-
fense Forces; the • Jewish
Community Center; and The
Jewish News.
The community is invited free
of charge.

Leadership Day
Is Planned

In an effort to better serve the in-
dividual needs of Young Israel
branches and the regions in
which they exist, the National
Council of Young Israel has
scheduled several Synagogue
Leadership Days for branch rab-
bis, presidents, board, sisterhood
and committee members. The
Young Israel Council of Metro-
politan Detroit will host its first
Synagogue Leadership Day on
Sunday, April 28, for the Michi-
gan/Ohio/Illinois tri-state area
branches at the Young Israel of
Oak Park-Oak Woods Branch.
Topics such as youth pro-
gramming, multi-generational
synagogue programming, fund-
raising, long range planning and
shul dynamics will be addressed.
Sessions will be delivered by the
professional staff of National
Council of Young Israel: Rabbi
Pesach Lerner, executive vice
president; Richard Starashfsky,
director of youth and young adult
activities; Rabbi Aaron S.
Tirschwell, national director of
synagogue services; and Jeremy
Bandler, program director, youth
department.
For information, contact Dr.
Phil Goldmeier, (810) 352-6715.

Book Discussion
Is Planned

The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Beth Achim will
hold the next in its Book Bites
discussion series on Tuesday,
April 23, at 7:30 p.m. at the home
of Shelly and Gene Perlman.
The book to be discussed will
be The Bamboo Cradle, by Avra-
ham Schwartzbaum. The re-
viewer will be Julie Solomon.
There is no charge for this se-
ries,Desert will be served. To at-
tend, respond to the synagogue
office, 352-8670.
The books discussed in this se-
ries are available at the syna-
gogue's library and at local
bookstores.

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