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August 10, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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28 Friday,: August 10, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WILLS, TRUSTS &

ESTATE PLANNING

Reasonable Fees

CONG B'NAI ISRAEL

Initial Consultation Free

Of West Bloomfield

L. STEWART - ATTORNEY

968-2020

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The Board And Members Of
BAIS CHABAD OF FARMINGTON HILLS

B"H

congratulate

Rabbi and Mrs. Chaim Moshe Bergstein

4200 Walnut Lk. Rd.

in conjunction with the United Hebrew Schools
offer a 2 day a week school program teaching Bat
and Bar Mitzvah, Jewish Holidays, customs, life
cycle, history and Bible.

Rabbi of Junior Congregation
Rabbi Blachorsky
Principal: Annie Friedman

"May all of us go from strength to strength."

Come see our large
selection at great prices.

626-3194 or 851-4019

Stuart Farrell Tower's

House) offers the reader a
poetic tour ofJudaism, from
the religion's history and
culture, to its traditions and
dilemmas.
Tower's poems convey
emotionally powerful mes-
sages throughout the 90-
page volume. Covering a
broad topical range, the
poetry is written from the
perspective of a dissident's
prison cell in the Soviet
Union, the Texas shores of
the. Gulf of Mexico,
Jerusalem's Wailing Wall,
a 1939 Havana harbor and
many other settings.
The collection features
illustrations by Barney
Tower and a foreword by
opera star Jan Peerce, who
links poetry, music and the
suffering of the Jewish
people.
Tower's poetry and fea-
ture articles have appeared
in numerous anglo-Jewish
periodicals throughout the
United States and in Israel.
A native of Quincy, Mass,
he now resides in Woodland
Hills, Calif.

Phone:
Bill Nadler
661-1082

ATTENTION:
TWISTER BEADS has arrived!

Inquiries for membership, please call

Volume offers
poetic tour
of Judaism

Hear 0 Israel (Paideia

on the acquisition of a building at 3200 Middlebelt
(near Hillel Day School) for an Orthodox shut

Bais Chabad of Farmington Hills is anOrthodox con-
gregation open to all Jews regardless of level or degree
of observance.

NEWS

10% off
$50 purchase

Southfield Holiday Inn

(Monroe Room)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11th, 1984
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

corner of 696 and Telegraph

You're invited to enroll your children in
more than just a Hebrew school

Machon L'Torah-Torah Center
of Metropolitan Detroit

Invites yoU to take part In a conferee on

AN INDEPENDENT CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL

"THE JEWISH FAMILY"

DAVID A. NELSON, CYRIL SERVETTER,
Rabbi
Director Of Education

It will be an exciting evening of lecture and discussion
with the outstanding team:

Rabbi Mechel Munk!, Ph.D.

In psychology, family counseling and

Mrs. Paige Twerski,

voted most interesting woman in
Milwaukee Magazine, 1982.

TOPICS OF DISCUSSION WILL INCLUDE:

• Religious Diversity and Family Conflict

• Meaning & Values of Contemporary Jewish Family Living

When:

Sunday evening, August 26, 1984
8:00 10:00 p.m.
Registration' 7:45 p.m.

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Where:



Jewish Community Center
15110 W. 10 Mile Rood in Oak Pali

Registration: $5.00 at the door
(reserve by August 19, by calling
968 4835 or 545-0131 and your cost is $4.00).

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The main goals of Beth Shalom Religious School
are:

• to turn children on to Judaism

• to know where they come from, where they
are, and where they are going

• to be knowledgeable, committed, feeling Jews

• to be able to transmit this not by words alone,
but by examples to the next generation.

FOR INFORMATION
CALL 547-7972

We will be happy to arrange a visit to our
school and/or to have a parent with like age
children contact you with more specifics.

Reduced Rates to Synagogue members.
Synagogue memberships available.

Congregation Beth Shalom

14601 W. Lincoln Rd., Oak Park

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AJC to probe
Jewish situation
in S. America

New York — The Ameri-
can Jewish Committee has
begun an investigation into
the state of human rights
and Jewish-Christian rela-
tions in Argentina, Brazil
and Uruguay. -
Heading up the two-week
project are the AJCommit-
tee's director of interna-
tional relations, Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum, and Jacobo
Kovadloff, the organiza-
tion's director of South
American affairs. The two
will meet with heads of
state, foreign ministers,
religious and communal
leaders and human rights
groups in each of the coun-
tries, according to the AJ-
Committee.
The study is being under-
taken so that the committee
may obtain firsthand in-
formation on the problems
and prospects for Jewish
communities in the three
South American countries.

2 IDF . soldiers
killed in mishap

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two
IDF soldiers were killed and
four civilians were injured
last weekend during a
late-night drag race be-
tween two cars along a des-
erted stretch of road in the
Galilee. The names of the
victims were not released.
The accident occurred as
a group of teenage members
of a Galilee kibbutz were re-
turning from a party early
Sunday morning.

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