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October 16, 1987 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-16

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I NEWS

SCAN/U.S.

CONGRATULATIONS

OAKLAND-CENTURY LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
ON YOUR 20th ANNIVERSARY

May You Continue Your Outstanding
Work On Behalf Of Our Jewish People.

Irving Rollinger, president

Refuseniks
Appeal To
Austrialian

Melbourne (JTA) — A group
of prominent Soviet
refuseniks last week sent a
personal appeal to Prime
Minister Bob Hawke to con-
tinue his support for their ef-
forts to leave the Soviet
Union for Israel, particularly
when he makes his official
visit to Moscow scheduled for
late November or early De-
cember.
But Prof. Alexander Lerner,
doyen of the Moscow
refuseniks, who signed the
letter on behalf of nine others
who have been waiting 10 to
15 years or longer for permis-
sion to emigrate, seems at the
moment to have good reason
to hope that by the time
Hawke arrives in Moscow, ac-
companied by his wife, Hazel
Hawke, all or most of them
will have their visas and may,
in fact, be in Israel.
Those hopes were kindled
by the report of Isi Leibler, an
Australian Jewish leader who
returned from a visit to
Moscow: He said he was ad-
vised by senior Soviet officials
that the Citizenship Commis-
sion of the Supreme Soviet
has recommended positive ac-
tion on all appeals it receives
from applicants for exit visas.
Leibler said the numbers
affected varied according to
different officials from "a cou-
ple of dozen" to "in the tens,
perhaps as many as 100." He
said he was unable to explain
the discrepancies but sug-
gested the lower figures re-
ferred to heads of families
while the higher numbers
may include all family
members.

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1987 Fall Course Selection 5748

#4.

INSTITUTE FOR ADULT JEWISH STUDIES
Tuesday Evenings, Nov. 3 to Dec. 8, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

7:30
TO
8:30 •

JUDAISM '
CONFRONTS
ETHICAL ISSUES

THE POWER
OF THE
NIGGUN

TEACHING
THE
UNTEACHABLE

Rabbi Irwin Groner

Cantor Chaim Najman

Prof. Sidney Bolkosky

PARSHAT
HASHAVUA:
EXPLORING THE
WEEKLY TORAH
PORTION

THE WISDOM OF
THE SAGES

YIDDISH FOR
BEGINNERS AND
ADVANCED

BEGINNERS
Alin Shevrin

Itzy Weisberg

Aviva Silverman

TUTORIAL IN

Israelis Favor
Egypt For Trips

Jerusalem (JTA) — Egypt
has once again turned out to
be one of the favored Israeli
tourist destinations. Since the
beginning of the year, 39,900
Israelis have visited Egypt, a
rise of 64 percent from the
same period last year, when
only 15,100 Israelis visited
Egypt, it was reported last
Monday.
Meanwhile, some 1,023,900
tourists arrive in Israel in the
first nine months of 1987, an
increase of 24 percent over
the same period last year, the
Central Bureau of Statistics
announced.
The over-a-million mark
was also four percent over
figures for 1985, the peak
year for tourism in Israel, ac-
cording to the Bureau.

8:30
TO
9:30

PASSAGES

Rabbi
William Gershon

• QABBALAH: THE

JEWISH MYSTICAL
TRADITION
Marvin Kasoff

FRIDAY NIGHT
AT HOME:

LEGENDS OF THE
TALMUDIC

YIDDISH
LITERATURE

SYNAGOGUE
SKILLS

CELEBRATING
SHABBAT
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MASTERS
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IN TRANSLATION
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Cantor Sidney Rube
Hours to be
determined

TUITION IS:

$15.00 per person — members
$10.00 per person — senior members
$25.00 per person — nonmembers

made payable to Congregation Shaarey Zedek to:
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK — IAJS
27375 Bell Road, P.O. Box 2056
Southfield, MI 48086 2056

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OPERATION ALEF BET

Instructor: Henry Auslander
Section Two, NINE TUESDAY EVENINGS
Section One, NINE SUNDAY MORNINGS
7:30 TO 9:30 P.M.
STARTING NOV. 3
STARTING NOV. 1 — 9 TO 11 A.M.
Those who complete the course will be able to follow the Sabbath Service and
will be able to recite some of the familiar prayers.




TUITION IS:
$15.00 per person — members
$10.00 per person — nonmembers

OPERATION ALEF BET
PLEASE MAIL WITH YOUR CHECK PAYABLE CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
27375 Bell Road, P.O. Box 2056
TO CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK TO:

Southfield, MI 48086 2056

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For further information contact

Congregation Shaarey Zedek, Mr. Marvin Kasoff, 357 5544

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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