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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 1, 1980

Kollel Institute Introduces
Periodical Inspiring Study

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KIBBUTZ/MOSHAV

INTO THE '80s

SUNDAY, MARCH 16
12:00-5:00 PM

Jewish Community Center

6600 W. Maple Rd.
W. Bloomfield, Mi.

EXHIBIT

Arts & Crafts

MOVIES, SLIDES & MUSIC
also
SUMMER PROGRAMS IN ISRAEL

Representatives will be on hand
to answer any questions

An executive meeting of
the Rabbinical Council of
America will precede a
two-day Midwest regional
rabbinic seminar being held
Tuesday and Wednesday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Bernard
Rabbi
national
Rosensweig,
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, will
preside and Rabbi Benja-
min Wallfish, executive di-
rector of the Rabbinical

TEMPLE
EMANU-EL
Presents the Third Program

in its

Sunday Speakers' Series

"SHOULD WE HAVE THE DEATH PENALTY?"

A Debate on Capital Punishment
Pro: State Representative

RICHARD FESSLER
Con: HOWARD SIMON

Director, Michigan A.C.L.U.
Moderator: Honorable

HILDA R. GAGE,

Oakland County Circuit Judge

Sunday, March 9th at 1:30 in the Evening

Coffee Following the Debate

Temple Emanu-El

14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park

Tickets $2.50

Like its contents, it in-
spires study and
encourages its readers to
participate in its creative
and research efforts, to
make study an objective
for those interested in
advancing Hebrew writ-
ing and in interpreting
Jewish customs and
events.
While the overwhelming
majority of the subscribers
are in the home town of the
local Kollel, Hamevakesh is
attracting national atten-
tion and has a number of
readers in New York and
elsewhere.
the
of
Because
availability of Hebrew prin-
ters who can compose in
Hebrew, the periodical is
published in New York,
with the Detroit address,
15230 Lincoln Dr., Oak
Park, Mich. 48237.

Orthodox Rabbis Convene
at Oak Park Synagogue

of the progress in the agricultural
settlements from
1930 through 1980

on display and for sale

"Hamevakesh" could be
interpreted both as "re-
searcher" or "inquirer." It
relates to study and learn-
ing.
It is the title of a monthly
periodical introduced to the
Detroit, indeed to the
American, Jewish commu-
nity, by the Kollel Institute
of Greater Detroit. It is
edited and supervised by
the heads of the community
education division of Kollel.
Hamevakesh is dated
monthly. It commenced
with the Kislev issue which
was devoted to Hanuka
with a variety of subjects re-
lated to the festival.
The second issue was for
the month of Tevet.
The current periodical,
dated Adar, has Purim as its
major theme.
The periodical, while
limited to four pages, is in
Hebrew and in English.

Information:

967-4020

Council, will present special
activity reports to the rab-
binate of the Midwest
region.
Convocation theme is
"Perspectives on the 80s"
with individual seminars on
"The Changing Roles and
Goals of the Orthodox Rab-
binate in the 80s" and An
Appraisal of New Ap-
proaches in Education,
Preaching and Programma-
tic Ideas."
Mordecai
Dr.
Schnaidman, director of
educational services, and
Rabbi Abraham Averech
of Yeshiva University,
will moderate the ses-
sions. Rabbi Sidney
Green, chairman of the
local council of the Rab-
binical Council of
America, will open the
proceedings Tuesday.
A special lecture on "Pat-
terns in Post-Holocaust
Halakha" will be delivered
by Dr. Saul Berman, chair-
man of the Jewish studies
department of Stern College
for Women, 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day in Stollman Hall of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
This session is open to the
public.
Michigan rabbis par-
ticipating in the seminar
are: Rabbis Kenneth
Chelst, Jack Goldman, Gor-
don, Green, Herman Halon,
Israel Halpern, Max Kapus-
tin, Stanley Kupinsky,
Samuel Prero, Charles
Rosensweig, A. Irving
Schnipper, Feivel Wagner
and Morton F. Yolkut. Dr.
Arnold Singerman also will
participate.

Dinner, Auction
at Oak-Woods

Young Israel of Oak-
Woods will hold its annual
Purim dinner and auction
5:30 p.m. Sunday in
Stollman Hall of the
synagogue. .
Louis Horowitz and
Hyman Brown are the co-
chairmen.

Some falls are means the
happier to rise.

Synagogue

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Services

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ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE: S ervices 6 p.m. today
and 9 a.m. Saturday. Craig Goldsmith and Joshua
Newman, Bnai Mitzva.
CONG. BETH ACHIM: Services 6 p.m. today and 8:45
a.m. Saturday. Craig Kruman and Robert Sabo, Bnai
Mitzva.
TEMPLE BETH EL: Se-vices 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi
Hertz will speak on "What Do You Want Out of Life?"
Jeffrey Frank, Bar Mitzva. Services 11 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Schwartz will speak on "0 Jerusalem — Report
from Israel (Part II).
CONG. BETH SHALOM: Services 6 p.m. today and 9 a.m.
Saturday. Mark Freedman, Bar Mitzva.
BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE: Services 8:30 p.m. today.
Guest speaker Rabbi Robert Barr will deliver a sermon
on "God Reborn — The Coming Conservatism."
CONG. BNAI MOSHE: Services 6 p.m. today and 8:45
a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Morton Leifman, vice chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Seminary, will speak on
"Sacred Cows and Red Heifers."
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE: Services 8 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbi Gamze will speak on "Should Religion Be Ra-
tional?"
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: Services 7:30 p.m. today, con-
ducted by the temple youth group.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Syme
will speak on "When Memory Comes — The Story of a
Conversion." Stacey Goldman, Bat Mitzva. Services 11
a.m. Saturday. Jeffrey Katzen, Bar Mitzva.
TEMPLE KOL AMI: Services 8:30 p.m. today. Rabbi Con-
rad will speak on "Politics and the Current Middle
East Dilemma." Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Jonathan Herschman, Bar Mitzva.
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION: Services 8 p.m.
today. Rabbi Gordon will speak on "With God as Your
Partner." Services 9 a.m. Saturday.
CONG. MISHKAN ISRAEL NUSACH H'ARI: Services
6:15 p.m. today and 9 a.m. Saturday. Rabbi Gottlieb
will speak on "Why Half a Shekel?"
SEPHARDIC COMMUNITY OF GREATER DE-
TROIT: Services 9 a.m. Sunday at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. Rabbi Cohen will speak on "The Golden
Calf."
CONG. T'CHIYAH: Services 7:45 p.m. today, conducted
by Pearl and Lee Lipner.
Regular services will be held at Cong. Bais Chabad of
Farmington Hills, Cong. Bais Chabad of West Bloomfield,
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel Moses, Cong. Beth Isaac of
Trenton, Temple Beth Jacob, Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikvah, Cong. Beth Tephilath Moses of Mt. Clemens, Cong.
Bnai Israel of Pontiac, Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth Yehudah,
Cong. Bnai Jacob, Cong. Bnai Zion, Cong. Dovid Ben
Nuchim, Cong. Shaarey Shomayim (10 Mile Jewish Cen-
ter), Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Cong. Shomrey Emunah, Cong.
Shomrey Israel (18995 Schaefer), Cong..Solel, Young Israel
of Greenfield, Young Israel of Oak-Woods and Young Israel
of Southfield.

College of Jewish Studies
Begins Classes Wednesday

The College of Jewish charge for the classes. For
Studies will open its spring information call Cantor Ar-
schedule of classes with a thur Asher at Temple Is-
lecture by Rabbi Lane rael, 863-7769.
Steinger of Temple
Emanu-El on Is There Life Campaign Begun
After . .?" 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Temple Beth El. to Provide Seder
Registration will be taken for Immigrants
that night.
Friends of Refugees of
Among courses to be of- Eastern Europe (FREE) has
fered are: Rabbinic Re- begun a campaign to raise
sponses to Modern Jewish funds to provide two
Problems; Medieval Jewish Sedorim for Russian im-
History; When a Jew Celeb- migrant families for the ,
rates; Elementary Yiddish; first two nights of Passover,
Elementary Hebrew; Be- March 31 and April 1, at the
ginners' Hebrew; Modern Lubavitcher Center in Oak
Jewish Philosophers; World Park.
of the Talmud; Is the Jewish
FREE also will organize
Family in Danger?; The Sedorim for Russian im-
Many Faces of Judaism; migrants in other cities
Jewish Roots: The Exodus throughout the state. For
to America; The Literature outstate information call
of Wisdom; Another View of Esther Goldstein, 549-2161;
the Prophets; and a course Feige Hecht in Windsor,
for teachers, Teaching God (519) 258-1225; or Sorah
in the Primary Grades. Weingarten in Grand
Courses also are available
Rapids, (616) 458-6575.
for prospective converts to
For information or to as-
Judaism.
sist in this project, call
Admission is free to the Rochel Kagan, 542-5058; or
lecture, but there is a Esther Getz, 548-2668.

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