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November 30, 1973 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-30

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NEWS
1973-21

Rabbi to Speak
on Shatnes Law

LUBAV1TCH

Presents

ZVI BEN YISROEL

Rabbi David Lieberman
will speak on the laws of
shatnes at "Shatnes Sab-
bath" services 9 a.m. Satur-
day at Cong. Bnai Israel-
Beth Yehuda. The public is
invited,
The laws of shatnes, which
prohibit wearing clothes
made of a mixture of wool
and linen, are described in
Deuteromony.
Jacob Kreitman, director
f the Shatnes Laboratory of
.Metropolitan Detroit, will an-
swer questions at the shalosh
seudot meal Saturday. For
information on shatnes, call
the laboratory, 541-7656.

RUSSIAN

HASSIDIC
SINGER

Beth El Women
Will Celebrate
joint Bat Mitzva

A first in the 123-year his-
tory of Temple Beth El will
take place 8:30 p.m. today at
services in the new temple.
Mesdames Stuart A. Graff,
sisterhood president, and
Mrs. Herbert Saperstein,
vice president. will observe
their Bnot Mitzva.
Mesdames Graff and Sap-
erstein received their in-
struction for the ceremony
from Irving I. Katz, execu-
tive secretary of the temple.

Jew in America
Topic of Series
at Bnai Moshe

Russian Hassidic
Dancers

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Utopists
The social standards of the
New Deal appear utopian
when contrasted with those
of the early 19th Century.
—Charles A. Madison.

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Carl Levin Plans
Men's Club Talk

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C

Dr. Stanley Kupinsky,
sistant professor of sociology
and lecturer at the Miclrasha,
will give three 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday lectures at the adult
institute of Cong. Bnai
Moshe, starting next week.
He will lecture on "The
Jew in America — Demo-
graphic. Social and Religious
Concerns."
A coffee klatch will follow
each lecture.

Cong. Beth Abraham-
Hillers. Breakfast Forum
Series for 1973-74 will present
Carl Levin, president-elect of
the Detroit Common Council
as its first speaker 10 a.m.
Dec. 9 at the synagogue.
Levin will discuss the rela-
tionship between the city and
the suburbs. The public is
invited.
Future breakfast forums
re scheduled for the second
unday of each month
through March. Chairing the
opening program will be
Jules Feldmesser, arrange-
ments chairman of the
breakfast forum series and
first vice president of men's
club. Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
is speakers chairman.
Officers of the men's club
who were elected for 1973 74
are John Hurtig, president;
Jules Feldmesser, Norbert
Robert, Oscar Bank, vice
presidents; Morris Davis,
treasurer; Fred Erlebacher,
Oscar Moss and Arthur
Leiser, secretariees; and Isa-
dore Schon, sergeant-at-
arms.

H
A
S

Mischa Lefkowitz

Hassidic
Children's Choir

ERIC ROSENOW Conducting The Hassidic Orchestra

TUES., DEC. 11 FORD AUDITORIUM
$3 -$5 - $10 - '25 - '50 - '100
7: 3 0 P.M.
Students '1 - '2

Tickets Available
at
BORENSTEIN'S

and

SPITZER'S

Call

398.2611
548-2666

Transportation available

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