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34 Friday, January 28, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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registration when
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Following their pre-
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News; David Lawrence,
Jr., executive editor of
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radio. There will also be
an opportunity for the
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tions to the speakers.
The morning will include
a special workshop with
Senator Levin for students
in grades eight-12. The
young people will learn
about and discuss their role
as Jews and American citi-
zens. Several religious
schools will be bringing
groups of students by bus to
the forum.

As
a
prelude,
Federation/Campaign Sab-
bath will be held at area
synagogues and temples
Feb. 4-5. A number of rabbis
and Federation/Campaign
leaders will speak on the
Jewish tradition of tzedaka
and how Federation and the
Campaign works to help
Jews locally, in Israel and
elsewhere overseas.
For Forum reservations,
call Barbara Satinsky at
Federation, 965-3939.

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Maaravi) in Jerusalem and
the other portrays the
Lubavitcher.
The six Western Wall
photos are of both men and
women at prayer. Since
there is no mixing of the
sexes at this, one of the
holiest of Jewish
sanctuaries, the women are
shown in the area that is as-
signed to them as a separa-
tion from the Kotel itself.
The varying poses provide
the impressions that are so
vital in that ancient area in
Jewish history.
Lubavitcher Hasidim
in Brooklyn, N.Y. are re-
presented in three photos
— men at prayer, in talit
and tefilin.
In the four countries
covered by the photo-
grapher, including the
United States and Israel,
"each contributed a view of
humility," Abraham
Menashe states in the in-
troduction to this notewor-
thy volume. He adds, "To-
gether they are bound by a
common spirit, presented
when the human heart
yields in reverence."
Abraham Menashe, a na-
tive of Cairo, Egypt, came to
the United States in 1961.
His art works are included
in many galleries and
museums.

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