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March 07, 2003 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-07

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C OMFORTABLE

A FIRST.. APARTMENT LIVING IN A SKILLED
NURSING FACILITY FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING PERSON REQUIRING
AN ELEGANT ENVIRONMENT

Institute Hosts
Memorial Service

The Ecumenical Institute for Jewish-
Christian. Studies will host the fourth
annual Community Holocaust
Memorial Service 3 p.m. Sunday,
March 16, at the National Shrine of the
Little Flower at the northeast corner of
12 Mile and Woodward Avenue in
Royal Oak.
The service is co-sponsored by the
Holocaust Education Coalition. It will
include Jews and Christians, several hid-
den children and a number of local pas-
tors.
The featured speaker at this year's
service will be Dr. Eric W. Glitsch,
emeritus professor of church history at
the Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary. He
will speak on "The Power of Penance.
Dr. Glitsch was born and grew up in
Austria, where he experienced the reign
of Adolf Hitler as well as the Russian
military occupation. He has been a U.S.
citizen since 1962.
The service is open to the public and
there is no charge.
For information, contact David
Blewett, (248) 557-4522.

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HARRi KIRSBP,Utvi?
www.detroitjewishnews.com

Bloomfield Hills and grandson of
Myldred Hamburger, was honored at
Temple Beth El for attaining the third
religious award in scout-
ing.
He received his Ner
Tamid emblem and is
believed to be the first
person in Temple Beth
El's history to have
attained the three reli-
gious scouting awards: the Billy Whiting
Maccabee, the Aleph and
the Ner Tamid.
Billy worked for three months during
the summer, researching and writing
about various aspects of Judaism and
Israel. He had detailed biographies to
write about Theodor Herzl, Chaim
Weizmann, Abba. Hillel Silver, David
Ben-Gurion, Abraham Kook, Henrietta
Szold and Golda Meir. He created an
extensive time capsule chronicling the
current war situation in Israel.
Billy is 11 and in the sixth grade at
West Hills Middle School. He attends
the Temple Beth El religious school and
is a fifth generation at the synagogue.

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