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October 25, 1985 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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10 Friday, October 25, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

American Jewish Congress

Michigan Council

Booking It

presents

Continued from Page 16

A Continuing Challenge to Religious Freedom:
Defending Our Constitutional Rights

Sunday, November 3, 1985
11:00 a1 m.- 2:00 p. m.

HerMan Hall
West Bloomfield, Michigan

Temple Israel
5725 Walnut Lake Road

Leading experts will explore the consequences of church-state separation de-
cisions in the '80's.

Moderator:

HON. AVERN COHN

United States District Judge
Eastern District of Michigan
Past President
Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit

.

Chairman of the Day:

CLOSE-UP

RABBI HAROLD LOSS

Temple Israel

Lecture-Brunch in cooperation with the
Jewish Community Council and the Temple Israel Brotherhood

Panelists:

REV. DEAN H. LEWIS

Director, Advisory Council on Church
and Society, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.;
Chairperson,- Religious Liberty Committee,
National Council of Churches

LOIS WALDMAN

Director, Comnission on Law and
Social Action, American Jewish Congress;
Attorney

and is a contributor to the
Washington Post and New York
Times.
At 1 p.m. Nov. 14, Monique
Raphel High will speak on be-
half of the Sinai Hospital Guild,
Detroit Women of Alpha Omega
Dental Auxiliary and Women's
Auxiliary to the Maimonides
Medical Society. Ms. High.is the
author of the Keeper of the
Walls. Ms. High also is the
author of The Four Winds of
Heaven, Encore and The .11th
Year.
Ambassador Sol Linowitz will
highlight the Nov. 14 schedule
when he speaks at 8 p.m. His
talk is sponsored by the Break-
fast Club. of the Jewish Welfare
Federation-United Jewish Ap-
peal Young Leadership Cabinet
and National Council of Jewish
Women-Greater Detroit Section
and Business and Professional
Branch.
Linowitz's new book is The
Making of a Public Man. He has
been chairman of the Xerox
Corp. and served as former
President Jimmy Carter's repre-
sentative to the Middle East
peace negotiations.

,

SUNDAY, NOV. 17

The Jewish Parents Institute
will sponsor Ian Shapasky,
chairman of Steimatzky Pub-
lishing of North Amedca, at 10
a.m. Nov. 17. Shapoliky is the
author of the Jewish Trivia and
Information Book and the Sec-
ond Jewish Trivia and Informa-
tion Book. ShEipolsky was
graduated from Lehigh Univer-
sity.
At 11 a.m. Nov. 17, Deboriih
Lipstadt will speak. Tezicher of
Jewish history at UCLA, ,Ms.
Lipstadt will speak on her new
book, Beyond Belief. Her talk is
sponsored by the Michigan
Jewish Historical Society,
Jewish Community Council and
Detroit Zionist Federation.
Children of Holocaust Sur-
vivors Association in Michigan
and Shaarit Haplaytah will co-
sponsor a talk by Aranka Siegal
at 1 p.m. Nov. 17. Siegal is the
author of Grace in the Wilder-
ness After the Liberation. Her
previous book is Upon the Head
of the Goat: A Childhood in
Hungary, which won a Newbery
Honor.
The Russian Acculturation
program of the Center will
sponsor the talk of Sylvia
Rothchild at 2 p.m. Nov. 17.
SATURDAY, NOV. 16
Rothchild is the author of A
Yiddish theater will be spot- Special Legacy.
The Sholem Aleichem Insti-
lighted when Mike Burstyn
entertains at 8 p.m. Nov. 16, tute, the Workmen's Circle and
sponsored by Workmen's Circle, Yiddish .Committee of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute, New Jewish Center will hear Irving
Jewish Agenda and the Yiddish Zeitlin at 3 p.m. Nov. 17.
Zeitlin is the author of several
committee of the JeWish Center.
books, his newest being Ancient
Burstyn began his career at Judaism. A native Detroiter,
age 3 appearing with his par- Zeitlin attended Wayne State
ents' Yiddish theater troupe. University and earned a docto-
After making aliyah in 1962, rate at Princeton University. He
Burstyn •went on to become one has been on the faculty of In-
of Israel's top recording, night- diana University and Washing-
club and movie performers. He ton University.
speaks and performs in eight
The Young People's Theater of
languages. He won two Israeli Ann Arbor will repeat its pro-
"Oscars," the Harp of David gram of Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. Nov.
award, and appeared in the
17.
leading role in Broadway's Be-
For information about book
rn-um. There is an admission fair speakers call the Center,
fee.
661-1000, ext. 250.

.

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PROF. EDWARD M: WISE

Professor of Law, Wayne State University
Law School; General Counsel to American
Civil Liberties Union of Michigan; Chair-
person, Committee on Low and Social
Action, Michigan Chapter, American .
-
JewishCongress

A Continuing Challenge to Religious Freedom:

Defending Our Coostitutionol Rights

• will attend the

lecture-brunch on November 3, 1985 at Temple Israel.

Enclosed is my check for $

($10.00 per person)

Please R.S.V.P. by October 31, 1985

Return to: Jewish Community Council, 163 Madison Ave.,
Detroit, MI. 48226

The Israeli Navy has launched its newest patrol craft, a
missile-carrying hydrofoil called -the "Snapirit."

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