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September 06, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 'Friday, September 6, 1985

CONGREGATION SHAAREY SHOMAYIM

HIGH

afternoon on the topic, "Teach-
ing God in the Classroom."
At a leadership dinner preced-
ing the Selichot service, Rabbi
BoTowitz will meet with the offi-
cers and boards of the congrega-
tion and affiliate groups. His
topic is "Leading Indicators in
Reform Judaism."
_Professor of Jewish religious
thought and education at He-
brew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, Rabbi
Borowitz is a proponent of cove-
nant theology, a theory which
envisions Judaism primarily in
terms of personal relationships.
He is editor of Sh'ma and the
author of ten books, including
The Mask Jews Wear; which re-
ceived the 1974 National Jewish
Book Award in the field of
Jewish thought.
He has been visiting professor
at Columbia University, State
University of New York, Prince-
ton and Temple universities and
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary.
He was the first Jews to serve
as president of the American
Theological Society, and in 1982
was the first incumbent of the
Harvard University Albert A.
List Professorship of Jewish
Studies.
Rabbi Borowitz is a graduate
of Ohio State University, was
ordained at Hebrew Union Col-
lege and holds two earned docto-
rates, one from HUC, the other
from Teachers College of
Columbia University.
His appearance at Temple Is-
rael is sponsored by the Dr.
Robert B. Goldberg Memorial
Fund, created by Barbara
Goldberg as a memorial to her
husband.
There is no charge for any of
the programs and they are open
to the community. A social hour
at 10:30 p.m. Saturday, under
sponsorship of the temple's
Couples Club, is also open to the
public.

Intermarriage
Workshops Planned

The School for Human Rela
tions will have workshops in in-
termarraige beginning at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 3 at the Birmingham
Temple.
Social workers Chuck Kramer
and Judy Schneider, who serve
as family therapists, will be the
workahop facilitators.
Persons contemplating inter-
marriage, couples involved in
intermarriage,arents of inter-
married childn and offspring
of intermarriage are invited.
There is a tuition fee. For in-
formation, call Helen Forman,
477-1410.

Early Deadlines

The Jewish News will have
early advertising deadlines
for the Sept. 20 issue. The
deadline for display advertis- -
ing and display classified will
be at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept, 13.
Classified and display
classified will have an early
deadline for the Sept. 27
issue of noon Tuesday, Sept.
24.

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HOis in

iERVICES

will be held at Pepper School
For Information Call, 547-8555 or 542-4444

CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL

4200 Walnut Lake Road
W. Bloomfield, MI 48033

Conservative Synagogue Affiliated
With United Hebrew Schools
7'
PRINCIPAL ANNIE FRIEDMAN

• Two Days a Week Program
Wednesday & Sundays
• Sunday Nursery Class
• Bar/Bat Mitzvah Classes
• Sabbath Junior Congregation Services

Marlene Rose - 851-0330
Joyce Nadler - 661-1081

For Enrollment Contact:

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

24350 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, MI
invites you to be our guest
at

SELICHOT SERVICES

and hear

Cantor Hyman J. Adler chant
the traditional selichot in his
own inimitable style.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1985

9:45 p.m. - Social Hour
10:30 p.m. - Pre-Selichot Sermonette
by Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut
followed by the service.

Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut

Philip Bolton, President

For Membership Info. & High Holy Day Reservations

Call Fred Ferber at 557-8210

ENJOY GOLF & TENNIS IN FLORIDA

A PRIVATE MEMBER-OWNED COUNTRY CLUB•OFFERING
LIMITED NUMBER OF MEMBERSHIPS
FOR A MODEST INITIATION FEE

CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION
MR. DON SHEEHY, MANAGER
CQ/?AL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB
750 N.E. 195 STREET
N. MIAMI BEACH, FL 33179
(305) 651-5100

THE PRINTING PROFESSIONALS
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Printing Center -

printing
photostats
advertising fliers
business forms
GBC binding
manuals

numbering
copying
layout & design
form letters
catalogs

labels
brochures
carbonless forms envelopes
resumes
letterheads
typesetting
newsletters
2 color printing Cheshire binding

and much more

1FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES I

For your convenience we now have two locations to serve you better.
DOWNTOWN DETROIT
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI

Book Cadillac Hotel
210 Mithigan Ave.
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:30

965-4050

29208 Orchard Lk. Rd.

1 bik. S. of 13 Mile
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6, Closed Sat., Sun. 10-2

851-9530

CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

in the
MAIN SANCTUARY
Will Be Conducted by

RABBI MILTON ARM
and-
CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY

Membership Available

AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

Auxiliary Social Hall

TRADITIONAL VALUES/PROGRESSIVE IDEAS

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK

Congregation Beth Shalom

DAVID ARM WILL CHANT MUSAF SERVICES

is a progressive and innovative synagogue, (while
adhering to the traditions of Conservative
Judaism.

Tickets $70.00

More importantly we are a synagogue. of
families.

Will Officiate
And

LaMED AUDITORIUM

at United Hebrew School
Rohlik-Building

Please join us for our Open House Shab-
bat on September 7, 1985.

RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
And
CANTOR BARRY ULRYCH

Come find out what we're all about.

Will Officiate

Families just like yours.

For further information call

547-7970.

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

David A. Nelson-
Rabbi

Jeannette Tilchin
President

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Tickets $50.00

Tickets available at:

21100 WEST 12 MILE RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR
INQUIRIES CONCERNING
MEMBERSHIP AND SEATING
CALL SYNAGOGUE OFFICE

352-8670

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