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November 07, 1986 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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Choice .1.

bruce m. weiss

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specifications in our own
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of Temple Israel will
entertain at a program
entitled The Fiddler Comes
to America."
Sunday agenda will include
seminars featuring open dis-
cussions on prgramming and
finance.
The conference will close
with a plenary session, at
which new officers will be
elected and installed.

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Divestitures

Waltham, Mass. (JTA) —
For the second time in a
month, Brandeis University
last week sold stock in South
Africarelated companies
found not to be in compliance
with the university's invest-
ment policies.
The three companies whose
stock sales were announced
by Brandeis president Evelyn
—Handler are Exxon Corp.,
/
Chevron and Mobil Corp.

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Thurs. 10-8:30

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Lunch With Scholar
Added To Weekend

Adat Shalom Synagogue
has announced an addition to
its program marking the cen-
tennial weekend of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Today at 12:30 p.m., mem-
bers of the adult bat mitzvah
and post bat mitzvah classes
will take part in a lunch and
dialogue with guest scholar,
Rabbi Joseph Lukinsky, pro-
fessor of education at the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
At Shabbat morning serv-
ices, Dr. Lukinsky will speak
on "The Noah Myth." At 4
p.m., he will examine "The
Life and Work of A. J. Hes-
chel." At 10 a.m. Sunday, he
will explore "A Personal
View of Conservative
Judaism."
Members of the adult study
commission are: Agi and Ed-
ward Alpert, Bess Berris,
Sharon and Ronald Blatt,
Beverly and Robert Dock,
Natalie and Erwin Eichen,
Mira and Leopold Eisenberg,
Judy and Irwin Elson, Mina
and Rafael Feldman, Shula
Fleischer, Arline Foster,
Mark Glasberg, Marilyn and
Darryl Goldberg, Elaine and
Paul Goldsmith, Geri and
Nat Gladstone, Roz and
Daniel Greenberg, Cheryl
Guyer, Sandy and Jonathan
Jaffa, Rochelle Lieberman,
Beverly and Arthur Liss,
Betsy and Gerald Loomus,
Rochelle and Aaron
Lupovitch, Michelle Newman,
Babette and Willard Posen,
Naomi and Amnon Reiter,
Judy and Robert Rubin, Roz
Segal, Sidney Siegan, Sylvia
Starkman, Arlene and Asher
Tilchin, Shoshana and Emil
Wolok. Co-chairmen of the
adult study commission are
Sharon Hart and Allan Gel-
fond.
Mrs. Hart and Judy Leder
handled the luncheon ar-
rangements.

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Friday Evening at 8:30
Lecture I

"Patrilineal Descent — An
Issue Dividing Orthodoxy
and Reform"

Saturday Morning
Convocation at 9:30
Lecture II

"Will There Be One Jewish
People By The Year 2000?"

Saturday Morning
Shabbat Services at 11:00
Lecture III

"The Future of Reform
Judaism"

THE RABBI RICHARD C. HERTZ INSTITUTE ON REFORM JUDAISM

was established by Ellin Arden Lawson in loving memory of her Father and Mother,
MANUEL E. AND SELMA E. ARI)EN

The 1986 Institute is the fifth in a series held each fall in honor of our Rabbi Emeritus. It is a
means of furthering the knowledge of Reform Judaism for the benefit and enjoyment of
Reform Jews. All the meetings are open to anyone or any group interested in attending,
without charge.

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