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January 19, 1968 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-19

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THE

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January

Isaac Bashevis Singer to Give
*Autobiography of Yiddish'

The next lecture in Adas Shalom Jewish literature and tell the story
Adult Institute's 15-week series will of his own life as a writer.

be given 9 p.m. Tuesday at the

synagogue, when guest speaker will

J

19, 1968-17 'Ecumenical' Series

Among his novels that have

attracted a worldwide audience

have been "The Magician of
Lublin," "The Slave" and "The
Family Moskat." His book of
memoirs, "In My Father's

at Temple Israel to
Feature Local Rabbis

In the belief that religious ecu-
menism should start at home, Tem-
ple Israel has planned a program
of lectures to give members the
opportunity to meet Detroit rabbis
who represent the various religious
movements and trends in Detroit
and American Jewry.

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Court," and his latest published
novel, "The Manor," have been
on the best-seller lists.

Singer writes a literary column
for the Jewish Daily Forward. His
stories have appeared in numerous
national magazines.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will intro-
duce Singer and moderate the
question period.
Rabbis Hertz and Kapustin
Registration is still open for the
remaining eight lectures. For in-
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
formation, call the adult study
form rabbis will appear at Temple
office, UN 4-7474.
Israel's adult educational program
, Monday nights at 9 p.m. beginning
Beth Abraham Meeting I Jan. 29 when Dr. Richard C. Hertz
ISAAC BASHE'VIS SINGER
Cong. Beth Abraham will hold a of Temple Beth El will be speaker.
in the novelist Isaac Bashevis special meeting of the membership
He will be followed Feb. 5 by
Singer, whose subject will be "The 10 a.m. Sunday in the social hall,
Autobiography of Yiddish."
President Henry T h u m i n an- Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of
Singer will survey the world of nounced. Breakfast will be served. Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University. On Feb.
12, Rabbi Hayim Donin of Cong.
Bnai David will present the posi-
tion of Orthodoxy in American
Judaism.

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