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October 19, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-19

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28—Friday, October 19, 1973

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Slated by Couples

omen's Outs news

Six-Week Adult Study
Series at Shaarey Zedek

A six-course program of
adult studies will mark the
Shaarey Zedek fall cultural
program commencing Tues-
day.
Mrs. Joseph Deutch and
John L. Greenberg head the
committees that have pre-
..pared the programs in behalf
of the synagogue's cultural
commission.
The adult cultural sessions
will meet 8 to 10:30 p.m.,
Oct. 23, Oct. 30, Nov. 6 and
Nov. 13.
An analysis of the books
of Jonah and Ruth will be
the subject of a course by
Michael Brooks.
Dr. Zvi Gitelman, pro-
fessor of political science at
the University of Michigan,
will lead a discussion center-
ing upon the condition of
Soviet Jews.
"Their Word is Fire —
Jewish Messianism" is the
title of a course by Rabbi
Joel Poupko.

1. "Chef
.

them Spaghetti
Sauces

but
mayvinim call
them meatless
mechayehs

When it comes to meatless
Italian spaghetti sauces,
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee' is tops.
Just take his Mushroom or
his traditional Meatless
and add either one (or
both!) to spaghetti, noo-
dles, pot roast, meat loaf,
fish, omelet, you name it.
The rich sauce, loaded with
flavor, takes over from
there. Keep both sauces on
hand for family pleasing
variety.

LI WO a. a

Temple Israel Couples Club
will host a mystery bus trip
beginning 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at
10 Mile and Southfield Rds.
There will be entertainment,
refreshments and an after-
glow. For information and
reservations, call Stephen
Wilber, 398-9771, or Dr. Ivan
Potocsky, 541-8454.

CHILDREN UNLIMITED
OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
(Continued from Page 27)
TER, Women's American will hold its annual bingo
OAK PARK GROUP, Ha- ORT, will meet noon Tues- event 8 p.m. Nov. 7 at
dassah, will meet noon Tues- day at the home of Mrs. Al- Behnan Hall in Southfield.
day at the Zionist Cultural bert Shifman, 17701 Goldwin, For tickets, call ticket chair-
Center. An American Air- Southfield. A representative man, Marilyn Milgrom, 398-
lines representative will pre- of HOW (Happiness of 7095. To donate prizes, call
sent "Packing Tips for Your Womanhood) will be guest prize chairman, Doris Bur-
The Best To You
Next Trip," and an El Al
stein, 353-1782. Prospective
Airline representative will speaker. A petite luncheon bowlers may call league
show a filmstrip on Israel. will be served. Oakland Hills chairman, Helen Klau, 353-
Luncheon will be served, and will sponsor Las Vegas '73 7034.
8 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Fern-
• • •
guests are invited.
dale Community Center.
a *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK
Games and prizes will be
SHALOM GROUP, Hadas- featured. Proceeds will go to WOODS SISTERHOOD will
ft SIC ...
sah, will present Raye Rus- the ORT School Building meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
FOB
kin, interior decorator, 8 Fund. For information, call at the synagogue. Sherry
Itiltr1S
p.m. Tuesday at the Carlyle Mrs. Eugene Sokoloff, 356- Masserman will review "My
BIG
BANDS
OR
Name
is
Asher
Lev"
by
Towers club room. Prospec- 0495.
SMALL COMBOS
Chaim Potok. For trans-
• • •
tive members are welcome.
A prize will be awarded to
JEWISH WOMEN EU- portation, call the member-
RABBI JOEL POUPKO
a paid-up member, new ROPEAN WELFARE OR- ship chairman, Edna Gros-
Prof. Helen Schwartz of member or life member.
GANIZATION will meet noon kind, 547-4699, evenings.
*
*
Oakland University again
Monday at the home of Mrs.
SOUTH ACRES CHAP- Leo Laufer, 25501 Briar, Oak
will lead a course in which
modern Jewish literature is TER, Women's American Park. Luncheon will be
the subject, centering on ORT, will host a games night served.
* * *
works by Malamud and 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor
Singer. An understanding of Zionist Institute. Proceeds
LADIES OF OAK PARK
the Sabbath service will be will support Hebrew Univer- LODGE will meet 8 p.m.
provided in a course by sity's school of engineering. Oct. 31 at Berkley Temple.
There will be prizes and re- Old eyeglass frames and
Marion Feuerman
Rabbi Max Weine.
Eleanor Heyman
Rabbis Irwin Groner and freshments, and tickets will jewelry will be collected for
Gerald Teller will repeat be available at the door.
"Eyes for the Needy," and
WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS,
* * *
their course, "Judaism—The
a housewares party will
JACKETS, STOLES
School and the Home," in
BETH ACHIM SISTER- follow the meeting. Refresh-
FUN
FURS,
PERSIANS, BROADTAIL FURS,
which parents of first and HOOD will have a general ments will be served.
• • •
FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc.
second grade students will meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
be offered an orientation to the synagogue. Guest speak-
the school curriculum, a er will be a representative Women, will meet 11:30 a.m.
basic Hebrew vocabulary, from Contact 10. Mrs. Don- Wednesday in the Charter-
and a guide to the holiday ald Davis, vice president of house Apts. club house.
13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
observances.
program, invites husbands Fannie Grober and Ella Fell-
Oak Park, Mich. (Across from A & P)
For those desiring a more and guests. Refreshments man will speak on their trip
intensive study program, the will be served. Sisterhood to Israel. Brunch will be
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.
cultural commission pro- president is Mrs. Arthur served, and friends are in-
o phone calls please.
vited.
vides the Chavurat Limud. Schussler.
This year. Dr. Shlomo Ma-
renof of the University of
Detroit will lead a study of
the literature of the Apoc-
rypha, Jewish writings which
were not accented into the
Bible canon. The books of
Tobit, Judith, additions to
Esther, Enoch, Jubilees,
Maccabees, Adam and Eve
and Ben Sirah will be
analyzed for their philosophi-
cal and religious themes,
how they compare to the
biblical books and their
place in the corpus of the
Jewish tradition.
This 12-week course will
be conducted in the Shaarey
Zedek Youth Lounge.
The public is invited to
participate. There will be no
charge for these courses,
with the exception of the in-
tensive study course which
is $12.

HAL
GORDON

26-33tti

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