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January 18, 1985 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 18, 1985

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The Cultural Committee of
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"With a Song in Our Hearts," an
evening of songs by Jewish com-
posers written for the American
stage at 8 p.m. Saturday at the
synagogue.
"With a Song in Our Hearts"
will be filled with the music of Irv-
ing Berlin, Victor Herbert,
Richard Rodgers, Marvin Ham-
lisch, Oscar Hammerstein,
George and Ira Gerhswin and
many others.
Set in a cabaret atmosphere
with wine and cheese refresh-
ments, the program will consist of
a script narrated by Ronna
Rosenbaum, punctuated by the
singing of Cantor Louis Klein and
the Shira Singers: Gloria Books-
tein, Hermina Hirsch, Jerome
Horwitz, Mayme Lawson, Anne
Milgrom, Joseph Taitelbaum,
Magdalene Thirman, Rena Tobes
and Calvin Weiss. Instrumental
music will be provided by Doreen
Raskin, accompanist, and Miriam
Ciesla, flutist.
The're is a charge. For tickets by
Wednesday, call the synagogue
office, 548-9000; or Mrs. Tobes,
557-4625.

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Gary Torgow, president,
annnounces the publication by
the Young Israel of Oak-Woods of
its second booklet of a four-part
series on the Jewish holidays.
The booklet is entitled Laws
and Customs of Chanukah and
Purim and was compiled by Rabbi
James I. Gordon.
The entire cost of the publica-
tion was underwritten by Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Brown in honor of
their "grand younger genera-
tion," their great-nieces and
great-nephews, Marc and Joyce
Wolfe, Nathan Wolfe, Jeff Wolfe
and Julie Wolfe; and their grand-
son, Nathan M. Silverman.
For a free copy of the publica-
tion, call the Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, 398-1177.

O-W sponsors
breakfast
lecture series

The first in a series of cultural
breakfasts, sponsored by the Met-
ropolitan Council of Young Israel,
will be held at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods on Sunday at 9:30
a.m. Services will begin at 8:50
a.m.
Mrs. Esther Posner will speak
on the theme "The Righteous
Gentile — How Would You Have
Acted in His Place?" Mrs. Posner
recently attended a conference
sponsored by the United States
Holocaust Memorial Council in
Washington, D.C., at the State
Department.
Rabbi Ernest Greenfield is
chairman of the cultural break-
fast committee program.,

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