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20 Friday, March 19, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

presents the annual

HALPERN MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES

March 26, 27 and 28

Guest Speaker
PROFESSOR ABRAHAM J. KARP

Professor of History and Reli-
gious Studies at University of
Rochester; member of the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Jewry at
Hebrew University in Jerusalem;
immediate past president of the
American Jewish Historical So-
ciety, serving 1972-75; Visiting
ProfesIor of Jewish History at
Jewish Theological Seminary

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its final Monday
Night Spring Seminar se-
ries lecture 8:15 p.m. Mon-
day at the synagogue. Rabbi
Joel Poupko, director of the
University of Michigan Hil-
lel Foundation, will speak
on "What Would Happen to

Cong. Bnai Moshe
Concert March 28

"BEGINNINGS AND BEYOND —
THE BICENTENNIAL JEWISH EXPERIENCE"

Friday, March 26
8:30 P.M.: "July 1776: A Debate Among Jews"
Saturday, March 27
9:00 A.M.: "From Haven To Home"
-
1:00 P.M.: "Some Friends I'd Like You To Meet"
Kadima-U.S.Y. Study-Lunch
8:30 P.M.: Malavah Malka:
"Some More Friends I'd Like You To
Meet"
followed by "Lower East Side" deli-
cacies.
Sunday, March 28
10:45 A.M.: Brunch
11:30 A.M.: "And What Of Tomorrow—
Not Quite A Prophecy".

— The community is cordially invited to attend at no charge —

THE CULTURAL COMMISSION
of
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

ANNOUNCES THE

ADOLPH LICHTER MEMORIAL LECTURE

CHAIM PM

TUESDAY, MARCH 23
8:30 p.m.

Tickets are still available
for Cong. Bnai Moshe's an-
nual spring concert 8 p.m.
March 28 at the synagogue.
The American Bicenten-
nial, Jewish Music Month
and Passover will be hon-
ored. The ortaorio, "Hagada
— A Search for Freedom,"
will be performed by solo-
ists Cantor Louis Klein of
Bnai Moshe and Cantor
Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel, the Oakland Univer-
sity Singers -and Orchestra,
the Bnai_ Moshe Choral En-
semble and the United He-
brew School Chorus.
For information, call Bnai
Moshe, 548-9000.

Kol Ami to Have
Pesah Workshop

Temple Kol Ami will have
a Passover workshop 8 p.m.
Thursday in the temple.
The program will consist
of historical explanations, a
temple-produced filmstrip
and a brief Passover seder
led by Rabbi Ernst Conrad.
Dr. Irving Friedman, canto-
rial soloist, will render ap-
propriate musical selec-
tions.
Program c-hairperson is
Mrs. Edward Rothschild.
Participating are Ruth
Edelman, Carole Schock,
Victor and Barbara Klein,
Dorothy Roer, Shirley Mer-
sky, Susan Tobocman,
Nancy Zeme and Mark
Rothschild.

Jewish Music
Month Marked
at Beth Moses

Jews, Gentiles, and the Bible:

a discussion of In the Beginning

The Morris Adler Hall

Admission Free

Sponsored by
the Lichter Families

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Cong. Beth Moses Sister-
hood will join the men's club
for a Jewish Music Month
observance 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the synagogue.
Yaakov Davidovich will
provide entertainment, and
husbands and wives are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served. For information, call
Rita-Terebelo, 535-5198.

YOUR CHILD DESERVES AN EXCITING
ADVENTURE IN EDUCATION

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HILLEL DAY SCHOOL IS

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• an inquisitive mind free to explore the world

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• over 40 teachers dedicated to the highest quality of education

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• a stimulating general studies program attuned to the needs of

today's society

• a program of Jewish studies in which Hebrew is a living language

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Learn more about Hillel Day School on

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Tuesday March 30 at 8:00 PM
at 32200 Middlebelt Road (N. of Northwestern Hwy)

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Holocaust Lecture
at Bnai Moshe

Rabbi Joel Poupko, direc-
tor of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation in Ann Arbor,
will speak on "Faith After
the Holocaust" 8 p.m. Tu-
desdy at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
He --will also speak at the
same time on March 30 and
April li. An advance reading
list for the discussions may
be obtained by calling the
synagogue, 548-9000.
The talk is part of the con-
tinuing_.Freida Friedlander
Memorial Spring Lecture
and Discussion Series.
Guests are invited.

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phone:

851-2394

LONDON (JTA) — A and a biographer of Sir
British scholar refuted a Winston Churchill, whose
frequent Arab claim that -latest volume in the Church-
Jews were always well ill biography covers the be-
ginning of the Palestine
treated in Islamic lands.
Dr. Tudor Parfitt, a lec- Mandate after World War I
turer at London University, when Churchill was Colo-
stated that, on the contrary, nial Secretary, quoted pap-
Jews in Moslem countries ers showing that in August,
were forced to wear the yel- 1919, Prime Minister Lloyd
low Star of David as a badge George personally over-
of shame long before it was turned a Cabinet move to
introduced in Western transfer the Mandate to the
United States
Christian countries.
Dr. Parfitt, who spoke at
a day-long symposium at
Westminster Abbey organ-
LEARN YIDDISH
ized by the "Rainbow
Where?
Group," an interfaith body,
traced the growth of the
Jewish population in Jeru-
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE,
salem during the 19th Cen-
of course
tury.
He said the Ottoman
government was unable to
call
exercise its obligations to
KE 7-5440 or
its subjects in the first half
KE 7-5424
of the century and the term
"Yahud" — Arabic for
Jew — was the lowest
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With Full English Explanation Of The Text
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Dr. Parfitt also said that
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Ulm Theater
to Tour Israel

BONN — The Ulm
"Theater in the Westen-
tasche" (waistcoat pocket
theater) will probably tour
Israel in May.
The director of the thea-
ter, Theordor Dentler, who
became well known for his
plays involving the public,
said that the tour is .being
organized by an Israeli Im-
pressario in co-operation
with the German Embassy
in Tel Aviv.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
General Herzl Shafir is now
considered a serious choice
to become Army Chief of
Staff, according to the mili-
tary. correspondent of Maa-_
• iv. During the Six-Day War
Shafir assisted General Is-
rael Tal, who commanded
the armored divisions in the
Sinai.
Two other serious candi-
dates for the top military
spot are Generals `Arik'
Sharon and Tal.

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Congregation Beth Achim

PRESENTS

RUTH CHERTOFF in L'Chaim America

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Temple Emanu-El will
hold a retreat Saturday and ,
Sunday at the Howard
Johnson's Motel in Ann Ar-
bor.
The subject of the retreat
will be "The Jew and
Prayer," and will be con-
ducted by- Rabbi Milton Ro-
senbaum.
The retreat is open to all
adult temple members, cou-
ples or single members. For
reservations, call the temple
office, 547-5015.

A memorable Jewish experience

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8: 30- 10: 00 P. M.

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Ema nu-El Plans
Weekend Retreat

MARC H 2 1, 1 976

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Judaism if the State of Is-
rael Were Destroyed?"
Responding to the presen-
tation will be Avraham
Aharoni, graduate student
at Wayne State University;
Michael Brooks, doctoral
candidate at the University
of Michigan; and Rabbi Mil-
ton Rosenbaum of Temple
Emanu-El.
Rabbi Seymour Rosen-
bloom will act as moderator.
The series is sponsored by
the synagogue's Adult Edu-
cation Commission. Re-
freshments .will be served,
and the community is in-
vited at no charge.

Chief of Staff?

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Scholar Refutes Arab Claims
on Their Treatment of Jews

Adat Shalom Hosts Ann Arbor Rabbi

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