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January 14, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Foreign Debts

Adat Shalom Series to Focus Rabbis Declare February
on Hollywood Image of Jews Kashrut Education Month

The Adat Shalom Adult
Study Commission will pre-
sent a three-part film series
on the celluloid image of the
Jew generated by the
American film industry
6:30 p.m. Jan. 23, Feb. 6 and
Feb. 13 in the synagogue.
Dan Greenberg, professor
of communications at the
Orchard Ridge campus of
Oakland Community Col-
lege, will introduce the
films and lead the dis-
cussions which follow.
Rabbi Efry Spectre will also
participate in the dis-
cussions.
"Hollywood's Image of the
Jew," will depict early film
stereotypes with "Cohen's
Insurance Scheme" and
other turn-of-the-century
shorts, and with Al Jolson's

"Quality at

1927 "Jazz Singer" on Jan.
23.
The gradual shedding
of film stereotypes will be
the topic on Feb. 6 when
"Gentleman's Agree-
ment" (1948) will be
screened. Contemporary
sensitivity toward ethnic
groups and a realistic
portrayal of their prob-
lems will highlight the
final meeting of the series
on Feb. 13, when Bertolt
Brecht's "The Jewish
Wife (1978) and "Hester
Street" (1975) will be pre-
sented.
There is no charge, The
series will meet in the syna-
gogue's youth lounge. Re-
freshments will be served.
For information, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

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Wallenberg, the Swedish
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thousands of Jews from
Hungary during the
Holocaust, was jailed by the
Soviet Union following
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claim Wallenberg died in
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"The Swedish govern-
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