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April 29, 1983 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Family Is Topic
of Martin Lecture at SZ

Trial for Arabs
Accused of WB
Murder Begins

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Five Arab youths from
Nahariya went on trial for
manslaughter here last
week in connection with the
death of 22-year-old Esther
Ohanna, an Israeli woman
hit by a rock while driving
through that West Bank
town last January.
The accused, who were
apprehended less than a
week after the incident, are
also charged with member-
ship in an illegal organiza-
tion, incitement of school
children, barricading roads
and stoning Israeli vehicles.
They pleaded not guilty to
all of the charges.

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individual life enhance-
ment and for achieving
organizational objec-
tives.
His visit is sponsored by
the family of the late Tillie
Martin under the auspices
of the Cultural Commission
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Admission is free.

by Cantor Fuchs.
The event is being spon-
sored by the Cantors Coun-
cil and Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses' men's club and
cultural committee.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses, 851-
6880.

Author of
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Pulling Your Own Strings
The Sky's the Limit
Gifts from Eykis

Admission $7.50
For information
call
Temple office 477-1410

The Birmingham Temple
28611 W. 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills

Or

Mary Lewis 645-9039
An interpreter for the
hearing impaired will
be provided.

Thursday, May 5, 1983

&30 p.m.

Seven Receive Israel Prizes

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
National unity and
tolerance for opposing
ideological views were the
themes sounded at the
awards ceremonies here for
the prestigious Israel Prize,
the closing event of the In-
dependence Day celebra-
tions last week.
Education Minister Zevu-
lun Hammer urged people

Attain your professional goals
and realize Jewish fulfillment.
Certified
teachers, MSW's
and BSW's are in-
vited to apply.
Challenging posi-
tions open. Finan-
cial assistance
available.
Interviews now
being scheduled
for orientation
courses to be held in the fall in
Israel. If you think you qualify,
call today.

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Or call, toll-free, 1-800-221-1251

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The Humanist Forum Presents

Dr. Wayne Dyer

Cantors Council Concert
Will Honor Israel Fuchs

The Cantors Council of
Detroit will join for a con-
cert 8 p.m. June 2 at Cong.
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Dr. Bernard Reisman,
author of "Chavurah, a
Contemporary Jewish Ex-
perience" and "The Jewish
Experiential. Book," will be
guest speaker at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek 8 p.m. May
10.
Dr. Reisman will speak
on "The Decline and Rise of
the American Jewish Fam-
ily." He is a recent winner of
the 75th Anniversary
Award of the American
Jewish Committee for "Cel-
ebration of Jewish Profes-
sional Leaders."
He is an associate profes-
sor of American Jewish
communal studies at Bran-
deis University. He is also
director of the Benjamin S.
Hornstein Program in
Jewish Communal Service
at Brandeis.
He has pioneered in the
development of experien-
tial approaches to Jewish
identity for purposes of

Friday, April 29, 35 19877

to stop categorizing each
other in ideological terms or
other labels because this
leads to intolerance and in-
tellectual deafness. One of
the prize winners, former
Religious Affairs Minister
Zerach Warhaftig who
spoke for his fellow-
recipients, also stressed the
need for greater tolerance
and openness in Israel.
Warhaftig, the senior
among the seven winners,
was awarded the Israel
Prize for his academic re-
searches in Jewish law and
his general contributions to
Jewish scholarship.
Other recipients were
Prof. Aharon Applefeld for
Hebrew literature; Naomi
Shemer, Moshe Wilenski
and Haim Heffer who
shared the prize for Hebrew
song; and Prof. Saul Fried-
lander and Avron Saltzman
for history.

The Humanist Forum Presents

"An Evening with
Dr. Chaim Potoli"

Wednesday
May 11, 1983
8:30 p.m.

Pirke Avot Class
at YI Oak-Woods

A Shabat class on Pirke
Avot will be held at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods begin-
ning 6:40 p.m. Saturday.
Rabbi James I. Gordon will
teach the class, which will
meet each Saturday approx-
imately 90 minutes before
Minha services.

Guide Published

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Catholic Education
Association has announced
the publication of a hand-
book for Christian seminary
faculty and students on the
key issues of Christian-
Jewish relations„

The Birmingham Temple

Admission

28611 W. 12 Mile

$6.50

Farmington Inns 48018

For tickets or Information call

The chosen

Wednesday May 11

Temple Office 477-1410

The Promise

8:30 p.m.

or

Mary Lewis 645-9(139

Dr. Chaim, Potok,
author of

My Name is Asher

The Book of Lights

Wanderings

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