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March 07, 1986 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-07

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Sunday Lectures
At B'nai David

The cultural commission of
Cong. B'nai David will present a
lecture series entitled: "Global
Jewish Trouble Spots" on four
consecutive Sunday mornings
beginning March 16 in the
Julius Rotenberg Hall of the
syngagogue.
The series will focus on politi-
cal, social and religious crises in
the Israeli, Argentine and South
African Jewish communities to-
day.
The keynote speaker will be
Joan Peters, author of From

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See a rare videotape
of Nagel at work,
discussing his philosophy
and his art. Special guest will be
Carol Yochum, exclusive
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sketches and sculpture.

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Ms. Peters will speak on "The
Arab-Israeli Conflict ... Who
Are the Palestinians?" on March
16.
Subsequent lectures will be
delivered by Moira Katz, native
South African on "South African
Jewry: During and After Apar-
theid" on March 23; Dr. Judith
Laikin-Elkin, visiting associate
professor of history at Ohio
State University on "Argentine
Jews: Between Dictatorship and
Democracy" on March 30 and
Col. Uri Dromi, chief of educa-
tion, Israeli Air Force on
"Radicalism and Extremism in
Israeli Society" on April 6.
A free continental breakfast
will be served each week at
10:15' a.m. followed by the lec-
ture at 11 a.m. A question and
answer period will follow, and
the community is invited free of
charge.
The cultural forum is spon-
sored by Gustav Berenholz. Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Orent co-chair
the B'nai David Cultural Com-
mission. For information, con-
tact the synagogue office, 557-
8210.

Classes Open
To Community

The Aleynu Jewish Education
Network is opening its doors to
the Metro Detroit area.
Directed by Rabbi Alon Tol-
win, the network sponsors
classes in such topics as per-
sonal development, history, He-
brew and God. Classes meet in

private homes and change every
ten weeks.
The network is geared to
people with varied educational
backgrounds and synagogue af-
filiations. -
Aleynu is affiliated with the
Jerusalem fellowships summer-
in-Israel program for college
graduates.
For information, call Shelly
Dunn, 968-3293, between 1 and
3 p.m. or after 8 p.m.; or Rabbi
Tolwin, 968-0179, after 8 p.m.

Tax Assistance

Income tax preparation assis-
tance is available \ on videocas-
sette at the Southfield Public
Library. The cassettes can be
checked out free from the li-
brary for home use on a seven-
day loan. Income tax forms and
print tax aids are also available.

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TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1986
7:30 P.M.

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in the Main Sanctuary
presenting

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AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

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"Blueprints" is a surrealistic adaptation of Biblical tales. The
ancient scripts of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Rachel and Hannah
have been recast in a modernetting and rewritten in
contemporary language. Our cast of characters have been
given new voices. Are they different from the ancient ones?

WHEN:

In
Memory
of
Tillie Martin

Sunday, March 16, 1986
Kosher Deli Supper 5:30 p.m.. Blueprints 6:30 p.m.

Panel Discussion Following

WHERE: United Hebrew Schools
21550 W. 12 Mile Road, Southfield
COST: $8.00 per person •Advance reservation by March 13.

For details: Please call 352- 7117

Directed by Carolyn Eynon

in a performance of

Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein

and other masterpieces of Synagogue music

The Shaarey Zedek Youth Choir
directed by Robin Beth Schakne

Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantor Chaim Najman
will also participate in this program

Admission is open to the entire community
at no charge

SPONSORED BY THE TILLIE MARTIN FAMILY

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