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January 16, 1987 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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America and currently serves
as chairman of the Synagogue
Council's committee on inter-
religious affairs.
Rabbi Wurzburger has con-
tributed articles to various
scholarly books and periodicals
as well as to the Encyclopedia
Judaic, Encyclopedia of Reli-
gion and Encyclopedia of
Bioethics. He has held rabbini-
cal posts in Boston and Toronto
and currently serves as rabbi of
Cong. Shaaray Tefila in Lawr-
ence, N.Y.
Rabbi Lipman is rabbi
emeritus of Temple Sinai in
Washington, D.C. He had been
rabbi of the congregation since
1961. Rabbi Lipman has
taught at both the American
University and the Catholic
University of America and is
the author of several books and
scholarly works in the field of
Judaism.

BNAI BRITH

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tion session, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 26,
in the home of Janet Gubkin,
27021 Nantucket Ct., South-
field. For information, call
Mrs. Gubkin, 355-0715, or the
BBW council office, 552-8150.

BARRISTERS UNIT will sa-

lute three of its members
elected to judgeships at 5:30
p.m. Tuesday at Buddy's Pizza,
Farmington Hills. Honorees
are: Judge Jessica Cooper,
Oakland Circuit Court; Judge
Susan Moiseev, 56th District
Court; and Judge Stephen
Cooper, 46th District Court.
There is a fee and non-
members are invited. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Frank Mamat, 258-8700;
Robert Weisberg, 644-4840; or
Bob Rollinger, 646-9076.

Center Tribute
In 'Dance, Song'

"Dance and Song," a multi-
media dance show paying trib-
ute to 60 years of performing
arts at the Jewish Community
Center, will be presented at 2
p.m. Jan. 25 at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Center.
The Festival Dancers will
present an Irving Berlin suite,
and the Tuesday Troupers will
perform to In the Mood. Hora
Aviv will entertain with an Is-
raeli dance and a group of five-
and six-year-olds will demon-
strate the Jewish wedding
"sherele."
Guest artists include RC22,
an improvisation company,
and dancers Marion Sandweiss
and Cathy Lichtman. Actress
Evelyn Orbach will provide the
narration.
There is an admission fee.
All are invited. For informa-
tion, call the Morris Branch
967-4030.

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A fascinating book by Robert Rockaway titled THE JEWS OF
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