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January 08, 1982 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 8, 1982 45

Jewish Fine Arts Festival Scheduled

The Bnai Moshe Cultural
Commission will begin its
Jewish fine arts festival 8
p.m. Jan. 19 in the
synagogue.
The opening program will
feature Galai HaRuach, an
Israeli folk dance troupe,
who will discuss Jewish
tradition as well as perform
dances.
Subsequent programs
will be held Feb. 16, March
16 and April 27.

On Feb. 16, Leo Mogi11
and Shirley Benyas will
give a dramatic reading
on "The Dybbuk"; on
March 16, Julius Chajes,
/Annette Chajes and Can-
tor Louis Klein will give a
lecture-recital on the
"Renaissance of Jewish
Music"; on April 27, Dr.
Joseph Gutmann will
present an illustrated lec-

Moses
Maimonides
(1135-1204) is generally
considered the greatest
legal and philosophical
mind of medieval Judaism.

ture on "Window Into the
Unknown Jewish World:
Biblical Images in An-
cient Synagogues."

There is a charge, and
series tickets are available.
For information, call Ronna
Rosenbaum, 968-0035.

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Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig, left, president of the
Hebrew Teachers Association, and Julius Harwood,
president of United Hebrew Schools, are shown sign-
ing a new contract between UHS and the teachers.
The contract calls for 7.5 percent annual increases for
the next three years, teacher participation in the cost
of fringe benefits, and a differential between the pay
of new teachers and those already on staff.

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