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October 26, 1984 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-26

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64 Friday, October 26, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Designer Shoes & Bags

"Where Have All the Young
Jews Gone — And Other Current
Dilemmas" will be the topic of A
Weekend Encounter With Dennis
Prager today through Sunday at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, spon-
sored by the adult study commis-
sion.
Prager, author, lecturer and
debater, will address a United
Synagogue Youth Oneg Shabbat
at 8 p.m. today. Following Maariv
services, the youth groups will
meet with Prager to discuss
"Jewish Values vs. Students Val-
ues." All teenagers are invited to
the meeting, which will be held in
the synagogue board room.
At 9 a.m. Shabbat services
Saturday, Prager will speak on
"Where Have All the Young Jews
Gone?" Luncheon will follow.
The men's club will have a
brunch at 10 a.m. Sunday. Stu-
dents from the synagogue's bar
and bat mitzvah club and from the
Hebrew high school and their
parents will participate. Prager
will discuss "Why the Jews? The
reason for Anti-Semitism."
The community is invited. Only
persons who have made advance
reservations for the luncheon and
brunch will be admitted.
Co-ordinator of the Encounter
Weekend is Shoshana Wolok, as-_
sisted by Sylvia Starkman. Mr.
and Mrs. Jonathan (Sandra) Jaffa
are co-chairmen of the Adult
Study Commission. Other mem-
bers of the commission include:
Dr. and Mrs. Edward (Agi) Alpert,
Bess Berris, Dr. Robert Dock, Mr.
and Mrs. Erwin (Natalie) Eichen,
Shula Fleischer, Arline Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat (Geri)
Goldstone, Dr. Daniel Greenberg,
Sharon Hart, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel (Jean) Kaner, Dr. and
Mrs. Gerald (Betsy) Loomus, Dr.
and Mrs. Aaron (Rochelle)
Lupovitch, Dr. and Mrs. Harvey
(Charlotte) Nussbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard (Babette) Posen, Mr.
and Mrs. Amnon (Naomi) Reiter,
Geraldine Schwartz, Roz Siegel,
Ronald Sherr, Dr. Sidney 0.
Siegan, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
(Ronnie) Sinai, Dr. and Mrs.
Barry (Judy) Tigay, Ethel Tigay,
Mr. and Mrs. Myron (Betsy) Win-
kelman, Emil Wolok, Dr. Harry
Maisel, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael
(Mina) Feldman, Rabbi Efry
Spectre, Cantor . Larry Vieder,
Alan Yost and Joel Gershenson,
president.
Paul Goldsmith is in charge of
arrangements for the men's club
brunch.
For information, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

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according to the West Point
Jewish Chapel Fund.
Rabbi Israel Drazin, 48, a prac-
ticing attorney in Maryland,
serves in the U.S. Army Reserve.

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