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February 21, 1986 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-21

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72, Friday, February 21, 1986

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The Sisterhoods of Cong. Beth
Shalom and Cong. B'nai Moshe
will meet for a joint Education
Day program at 9:30 a.m. March
20 at Beth Shalom.
Rabbi Alan G. Ciner, spritual
leader of Cong. Agudas Achim in
Columbus, Ohio, will be the keyn-
ote speaker. Theme for the day is
"Jews Talking to Jews: One
People, Perspectives on a United
Future for Us All."
Joining Rabbi Ciner on the
panel will be Rabbi Stanley
Rosenbaum of Cong. B'nai Moshe,
Rabbi Lane Steinger of Temple
Emanu-El and Rabbi David Nel-
son of Beth Shalom, who will be
the moderator.
Registration will begin and
continental breakfast served at
9:30 a.m., followed by the panel at
10:15 a.m. A dairy buffet lunch-
eon will be served at noon. Discus-
sion groups will follow the lunch-
eon.
There is a fee, and paid reserva-
tions are due by March 13. For
baby sitter, call Ingeborg Jordan,
341.1820 or Cong. Beth Shalom,
547-7970.
Rabbi Ciner is a graduate of
Yeshiva College and in 1971 re-
ceived rabbinic ordination from
the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary of Yeshiva
University, earning a master's
degree in Jewish history in that
same year.
Rabbi Ciner's first pulpit was
with a congregation in Baltimore,
Md. At that time he also served as
a spokesman at Congressional
hearings and State Department
meetings regarding matters of
Jewish concerns.,
Later, Rabbi Ciner assumed a
position in the business world,
spending the lastaeveral years as
a senior consultant with a firm in
the brokerage and commodity in-
dustries simultaneously continu-
ing to be on the rabbinic faculty at
youth seminars sponsore by
Yeshiva University.
Since coming to Columbus and
again entering full time rabbi-
nate,. Rabbi Ciner has appeared
on television and radio, has lec-
tured within his field of expertise
on Halachic and philosophical
Judaism, and several of his arti-
cles and sermons have been pub-
lished.
He has served as president of
the Columbus Board of Rabbis

The women's division of
Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of Michigan,
will sponsor its second annual li-
brary luncheon on March 9 at 1
p.m. at the Jewish Community
Center, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch. A dairy luncheon will be
served and babysitting provided.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by duo-painists Ann
Kretzmer and Rochelle Peterson.
The program will include works of
Dvorak, Ravel and Agay.
The Machon L'Torah library is
housed on the second floor of the
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
synagogue, and is open to the
Jewish community every Sunday
from 1 to 4 p.m.
The library features a large col-
lection of cassette tapes on Jewish
philosophy, Jewish law, and other
subjects, as well as a variety of
commentaries in English on
classical texts, such as the
Artscroll Publications and the
Me'am Lo'Ez torah Anthology.
Books by Rabbi Avigdor Miller,
Rabbi Aryeh Kiplan, Rabbi Shi-
mon Eider, also are included in
the collection.
The proceeds from this year's
luncheon will benefit a pew chil-
dren's section of the library.
For reservations and informa-
tion, contact Machon L'Torah,
968-4835 or 967-0467. There is an
admission charge.

Jewish Women's
Week Begins

The third annual Week of the
Jewish Woman, organized by pro-
gram chairmen Corine Goldstein,
Rachel Kagan and Rachel
Wineberg, is scheduled to begin
Sunday. It will commence with a
brunch and workshop at 10 a.m.
at the Lubavitch Education Cen-
ter, 28555 Middlebelt, Far-
mington Hills.
The guest speaker will be New
York stockbroker Geila Brock.
Mrs. Brock will speak on "Dis-
cover the Jew in You."
In addition to the brunch and
three workshops that will be held,
a music interlude Will be per-
formed by pianist Chan& El-
binger. There will also be exhibits
of Judaic books and educational
material.
There is a nominal charge. For
reservations, call Leba Friedman,
855-9216; or Dale Goodman,
626-6985. •

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