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February 25, 1983 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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26 Friday, February 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Temple Honors Teachers;
Scholar-in-Residence Due

D

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A series of special Sab-
bath Eve services is planned
at Temple Israel, beginning
at 8 p.m. today when mem-
bers of the religious school
faculty are honored at an-
nual Teachers Sabbath.
Rabbi Joel Wittstein,
educational director, will
deliver the sermon on "The
New School."
Special honors will be ac-
corded to teachers who have
been with the school for
many years. These include:
Saul Glosser, 35 years;
Phyllis Conn, 30 years;
Ethel Bobroff, 25 years;
Elena Glasier, Audrey
Lacoff and Shirley Seyburn,
20 years; and Gloria Broz-
gold, Elaine Million and
Carol Rosenberg, five years.
Members of the faculty
will assist Rabbis M.
Robert Syme and Harold

FRIENDS OF ISRAEL CANCER ASSOCIATION
MICHIGAN BRANCH

INSTALLATION DANCE

Sunday, March 6, 1983

BUFFET DINNER AT 6 PM

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Donation: $12.50 per person

Reservations:
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PURIM CELEBRATION

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Sunday, Feb. 27th 1:00-4:30 P.M.

• Magic Shows

• Free Balloon Animals

• Purim Carnival Games

• Gym Games & Races - 2nd-6th graders

• Purim Party - Toddlers & Parents

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W. Bloomfield 661-1000

DR. MICHAEL COOK

S. Loss in conducting the
service, and all teachers
will be honored at the
oneg Shabat following.
Forthcoming Sabbath
events include a visit by
scholar-in-residence Dr.
Michael Cook, who will
speak at the March 4 service
on "The Jewish-Christian
Dialogue"; soprano Cheryl
Bensman, who will join
Cantor Harold Orbach in
singing the March 11 serv-
ice; and the presentation of
Dr. Morton Gold's "Sacred
Service, Opus 18," on March
18.
Dr. Cook, professor of in-
tertestamental and early
Christian literature at He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion in Cin-
cinnati, also will speak at a
March 5 luncheon and a
breakfast on March 6.
His weekend appearance
is sponsored by the temple's
Dr. Robert B. Goldberg
Memorial Fund, and is
planned by the adult educa-
tion committee under the
chairmanship of Dr. Bruce
L. Danto.
Dr. Cook will speak
March 5 on the subject
"Common Themes in
Passover and Easter, a
program to which mem-
bers of the Christian
clergy are being invited.
His talk March 6 is on "A
Jewish Understanding of
the Crucifixion," and Dr.
Cook will show slides of the
famed Passion Play pre-
sented every 10 years at
Oberammergau in Ger-
many.
Reservations for the
luncheon and the breakfast
can be made by calling the
Temple Israel office, 661-
5700. There is a nominal
charge.

Aid Recipients

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— The proposed foreign
military assistance bill be-
fore Congress would give Is-
rael and Egypt the same
amounts as 1983, nearly
half the total assistance
package.
If Congress adopts the
proposal, Israel will receive
$2.485 billion and Egypt
would receive $2.075 billion
of the $9.2 billion program.

Lecture Slated

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
speak on "The Future of
Anti-Semitism" 8:30 p.m.
Monday in the Birmingham
Temple. The public is in-
vited at a charge.

`Pot-of-Gold'
Dinner-Dance

MAG CLAN

Temple Kol Ami will hold
its second annual "Pot-of-
Gold" dinner-dance 8 p.m.
March 5 at the Somerset
Inn.
The evening will include
dinner, dancing and more.
Byron MacGregor and Jojo
Shutty MacGregor will
emcee the evening. For tic-
kets, call the temple office,
661-0040

Exciting
entertainment for
your organization.
club or private party.

Stage Shows
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Audience
Participation

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