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October 30, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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36 Friday, October 30, 1%1

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Staples to Appear With CSO

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LTD.

located in
Hunter's Square

31065 Orchard Lam hr

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Tues . Sat 10-6
Wed . Thurs Fn 10-9
SUNDAY 12.5

Mon..

Fg1^Inglon rills

855-3644

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11/404, a , e.tpress
rimers

Temple Emanu-El
1981-82 Cultural Series

Join Us Nov. 1 —1:30 p.m.
Film
"Image Before My Eyes"

Jews of Poland thru 1939

The life of Jews of Poland in the early part of the
century and through the 30s.

Sun., Nov. 15 — 7:30 P.M.
BARRY ROSEN

former press attache to the Iranian Embassy
and former hostage.

Tickets: $3.00 per program
510.00 for series of four programs

14450 WEST TEN MILE ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN 48237 - 1497

(313) 967-4020

Gordon Staples, con-
certmaster of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, will
be one of the soloists at the
opening concert of the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
under the direction ofJulius
Chajes Nov. 8 at the Aaron
DeRoy Theater of the
Jewish Community Center.
ter.
Staples will play Bach's E
Major Violin Concerto,
Bach's Concerto for two Vio-
lins with his wife, Beatriz
Staples, who is also a
member of the first violin
section of the Detroit Sym-

By YITZHAK RABI

Inc.)
If you want to see and
hear authentic, lively Is-
raeli entertainment at its
best, don't miss "The
Troupe," a film about life in
an entertainment unit of
the Israeli army.
Virtually every impor-
tant Israeli star today
began as a member of an
army troupe. When a young
man or woman in America
dreams of being in show
business he or she enrolls in
a drama school. In Israel,
they join an army
entertainment troupe.
"The Troupe" is the story
of one of Israel's most cele-
brated entertainment units
— the Nahal Troupe — in
the years following the

(Copyright 1981, JTA,

invites you to hear

RABBI
EARL A.
GROLLMAN

who will speak on

EXPLAINING DEATH
I
TO OUR CHILDREN AND OURSELVES

Wed.. eve, Nov. 4, 1981, 8:00 P.M.
Jewish Community Center

West Maple Road, W. Bloomfield, Mich. 48033

Refreshments will be served
Rabbi Grollman is the author of:

Living When A Loved One Has Died
Concerning Death

Talking About Death
Explaining Death Ti Children
When Tsar Land Due Is Dying

The concert will open
with Andante from Suite
"In Modo Antico" by Chajes
in memory of Dr. Karl
Stillwater and Dr. Alfred
Klein, who were members of
the Center Symphony Or-
chestra for more than 25
years.

Vital Nei* Me — Who My Lend Owe Dial
Saddle
Car* Fr Year Aged Parents
Living Bra* Yur Divorce
Talking Mart Divorce wad Separatism
Explaining Divorce Ti Sighing

ADMISSION FREE

To insure your place for the evening

Call the Cultural Arts Dept. 661-1000, ext. 250

Six-Day War. Between per-
formances and rehearsals,
members of the troupe also
fall in and out of love,
fiercely compete for leading
roles and solo appearances,
and generally have a good
time as only eighteen and
nineteen-year-old
youngsters know how to
have.
The sound track of the
film is filled with Israeli
hit songs from the time
period. When the film
opened in Israel it
created a sensation: first,
because of the new faces,
and second, because of
the music and the won-
derful and refreshing
way it was performed.
The youthfulness and
mischievousness of the
actors in this film is a cel-
ebration for the eyes.
New York will stage its
first annual Israeli Film
Festival Dec. 9-15 at the
Manhattan Two Theatre
and Dec. 14-17 at the Conti-
nental Theatre in Forest
Hills.

Yeshiva Computer
Training Program
Drawing Emigres

NEW YORK — Naziko
Asapova, a 27-year-old
Jewish emigre from the
Soviet Union, is tutoring
Edgar Chisholm, a 19-
year-old black youth from
McBee, S.C., in algebra and
trigonometry. In return.,
Chisholm tutors Ms.
Asapova in the fundamen-
tals of English grammar.
As enrollees in Yeshiva
University's Computer
Training Institute, a project
sponsored by the univer-
sity's Center for Continuing
Education, they are secure
in the knowledge that their
training will help them land
a job in computer pro-
gramming.
Last year, 84 percent of
the Institute's 57 graduates
obtained jobs after their
graduation.
Some 30 immigrants from
the Soviet Union, Iran,
Equador, and Burma, as
well as black and Hispanic
Americans, are currently
enrolled in the seven-month
computer training course,
which is offered at Yeshiva
University's Main Center in
New York.

Cowards die many times
before their death.

SAMOVAR
WANTED
425-7029

VIENNA (JTA) — The
municipal government will
allocate more than one mil-
lion schillings for the reno-
vation of the walls sur-
rounding the Jewish cemet-
ery in the western Vienna
district of Waehring, it was
announced by Mayor
Leopold Gratz.

COHEN

Oak Park Council

The less men think, the
more they talk.

MOVING?

There is an admission
charge. For reservations
and information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 164. ,

'The Troupe' Depicts Life
in Army Entertainment Unit

The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

6 300

phony Orchestra and
Beethoven's Kreutzer
Sonata with Chajes at the
piano.

Cemetery Repair

Priced Sale of Ho6sehold Furnishings
Professionally Conducted In Your Home
Estate Liquidators

EDMUND FRANK & Co.

Liquidators

Appraisers

388-4044

875-7850

YOUNG ISRAEL COUNCIL of
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Program of continuing studies for all who desire to
improve their knowledge of Jewish learning.

Young Israel of Oak-Woods

24061 Coolidge, Oak Park

SINSECT

Waist
'Mime Wilonso's gm*
'Iolosood Tamil

mold prank= el Joirlob
'llobenis Swots is UMW

Taiwan - 8I

il.

TIME
Daily - Between Minha-Maarry
Sunday 8:00-1000 P.M
Monday and Wednesday
7:00-3013 P.M.
Wednesday 11:00 A.M.

INSTRUCTOR
Rabbi Gordon
Rabbi E. Cohen
Rabbi E Cohen

Tuesday and Thursday
7:049:00 P.M.
one hour prior
to Minha Shabbat

Rabbi E. Cohen

Rabbi Gordon

Rabbi Gordon

Young Israel of Greenfield

15140 W. Ten Mile Rd., Oak Park

Sunday-Friday

UMW radon
Mk= NNW WIN*
Ulm liable. knob

P. hour prior to Shachns
Immediately after Shachr,s
Between Mocha & Yearly

Rabbi Wagner
Rabbi Wagner
Rabbi Wagner

Monday

Taking Brains (Inglimorli
Tolman Sol lloirmo

7:15-8:30 P.M.
045-9:45 P.M .

Rabbi Wagner
Rabbi Wagner

Tallinn •n= lobalooll

8:30-10:00 P M

Rabbi I. Bakst

2.00-3:00 P.M.

Rabbi Wagner

•Lae .1 sows flee woo* 8,049:00 P.M .
9 00-1000 P M
'TM Weir War won*

Rabbi Wagner
Rabbi Wagner

Tuesday

•Nollorah of no rut
■ esret

(ter

Wednesday

Mimi Ron Woolson@
Wolornodiolol

8.45-045 P.M .

Rabbi Wagner

1 hour prior to Mocha
1 hour prior to Mocha

Rabbi Wagner
Rey. Grossbard

1 hour prior to Mocha

Rabbi Schloss

Shabbos

Usu. llopilloSTaris
Talon Boa llotdak
11■ MOWS
miles Inn &
Parana Iladonso

Young Israel of Southfield

27705 Lahser, Southfield

Or. Teller

1 hour prior to
Metha Shabhal

*Asterisk courses may be credited to

MIDRASHA COLLEGE of JEWISH
STUDIES or TOURO COLLEGE.

Consult registrars of each institution.

Additional courses to be added soon,
watch for announcements.

For additional information call

RABBI JAMES I. GORDON
RABBI FEND. WAGNER

39B-1177 (morniogs wily)
961-3655 (mondogs

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