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Friday, August 31, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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THE JEWISH NEWS

College of Jewish Studies
begins semester Wednesday

Call Us Today! 424-8833

We Feed Your Mind...
and Your Body

For Great Classes
And a Great Kosher Dinner 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Catered by Rabbi Henry Goldschlag
Under the Supervision of the Council of Orthodox*Rabbis


September 10

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and Dinner Rolls
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Breast of Chicken
Ala Continental
(stuffed with wild rice
& mushrooms)
Kugel•Carrots•Fruit

Reservations mist be made by
Sunday, September 9 prior to 12:00 Noon

Dinners
are
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354-1050

Midrasha

COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd. • Southfield, Mich. 48076



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Located in the Sigmund and
Sophie Rohlik Dldg.

Twenty-one classes will
be offered when the College
of Jewish Studies begins its
fall semester Wednesday.
The college is the official
adult education project for
all the Reform congrega-
tions of Metropolitan De-
troit. The courses are open
to any adult whether a tem-
ple member or not.
According to Cantor
Norman Rose of Temple
Emanu-El, dean of the col-
lege, this marks the 18th
year of the College of Jewish
Studies.
Cantor Rose has served as
cantor-educator at Temple
Israel, Akron, Ohio; Temple
Beth Zion in Buffalo, N.Y.,
and for 12 years at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak Park.
Courses include: Begin-
ner and Intermediate He-
brew; Beginner and Inter-
mediate Yiddish; The Life
and Writings of Moses
Maimonides; Comparative
Judaism; How Viable Is Our
Bible; A History of Reform
Judaism; Jewish Crises
Philosophies; Politics,
People and the Jewish Tra-
dition; Questions and An-
swers — A Responsa Litera-
ture; A Kol Bo.of Teaching
Methods; History. Is Fun;
Diaspora — The Basic
Jewish Condition Through
the Ages.
Faculty members in-
clude: Rabbi Dannel I.
Schwartz and Rabbi Nor-
man T. Roman, Temple
Beth El; Rabbi Richard
Weiss, Temple Beth Jacob;
Rabbi Lane Steinger, Tem-

needs of prospective con-
verts to Judaism..
For the fourth year, the
college is working closely
with the Midrasha College
of Jewish Studies.
Classes will meet at Tem-
ple Beth El for 11 Wednes-
day evenings, and there is a
nominal tuition charge.
Registration for classes will
take place at Temple. Beth
Courses entitled Intro- El on Tuesday from 7:30 to 9
duction to Judaism are open p.m.
to anyone, but are specifi-
For details, contact Can-
cally designed to meet the tor Rose, 967-4020.

ple Emanu-El; Rabbi
Harold Loss and Joseph A.
Poisson, Temple Israel;
Rabbi Ern pt Conrad, Tem-
ple Kol Anii; Dr. Gerald A.
Teller, Dr. Irving Panush
and Menachem Glaser, the
Midrasha College of Jewish
Studies. Other instructors
include Rita Abramson and
Sylvia Barr.

West Bloomfield synagogue
marks 10th anniversary

Cong. Bais Chabad of
West Bloomfield will celeb-
rate its 10th anniversary at
a dinner at 6 p.m. Sept. 9 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
The dinner will feature a
performance by Detroit
Symphony Orchestra vio-
linist Mischa Rachlevsky. A
native of the Soviet Union,
Rachlevsky came to the
U.S. in the late 1970s. He
organized and performs
with the Renaissance
Chamber Concerts in Or-
chestra Hall and performs
with the DSO.
Honorary chairmen of the
dinner are Irwin I. Cohn
and Emma Schaver. Dinner
chairmen are Barry How-
ard and Fran Rogers.
The congregation held
services at the Ealy School
until its building was com-
pleted in February 1982.
Honorees are. Rabbi

Rosh Hashana
"Ruach" (Spirit)
Start the New
Year Off Right
by Joining the
J.C.C.!

During the month of September we're offering $50 off
general membership and $100 off a club
membership. By becoming a Health Club member, you can
enjoy our new Nautilus Fitness Center at your convenience!
Besides all of the Center's regular activities, our weight
room has been redone with new Olympic weights, bar
bells, dumb bells and weight lifting classes. And we've
got aerobic classes, a track, an indoor pool, racquet
courts and more! Just call 661-1000, ext. 166 for more
information on your membership.

any 1 year

Elimelech and Rebbetzin
Chaya Sara Silberberg. The
Silberbergs, natives of New
York City, came to Detroit
in 1975. Rabbi Silberberg
was ordained at Mesivta
Torah Vodaath and re-
ceived further training at
the World Lubavitch Rab-
binical Seminary. Mrs. Sil-
berberg was graduated from
the Baia Yaacov Academy
and Brooklyn College,
where she earned a B.S. de-
gree in mathmatics.
For dinner reservations,
call Eileen Borsand, 646-
3010.

Shaarey Zedek
announces fall
class schedule

The Cong. Shaarey Zedek
High Sbhool of Jewish
Studies announces its fall
program for the 1984-1985
academic school year be-
• ginning Sept. 16. Classes
are offered in Hebrew land
guage, Yiddish, Rabbinic
thought, Biblical archeol-
ogy, Holocaust studies, sur-
vey of Jewish history,
Jewish ethics, American
Jewish history and litera-
ture, varieties of Jewish be-
lief, Soviet Jewry, Israeli
society and the Jewish polit-
ical tradition.
For more information and
registration, contact Dr.
Fishbane 'in the school
office, 357-5544.

Jewish lecture
series in Troy

.

The Troy Jewish Congre-
gation will'present, an adult
education lecture series
entitled "How Traditional
Are Our Traditions: The
Jewish Holidays." The
dates and topics for the
series are: Sept. 9, •Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kip-
pur; Oct. 14, Succot and
Simchat Torah; and Nov.
11, Chanukah. All lectures
will be held at 7 p.m:at the
Lutheran Church of the
Master, 3333 Coolidge,
Troy.
Lecturer will be Rabbi
Joseph Gutmann, professor
of art and art history, at
Wayne State University.
For information, call
Nancy Gross, 879-7507.

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