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October 23, 1987 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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26571 W. 12 MILE RD.

Corner Northwestern Hwy.

\SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034

YQ.91-1818

Midrasha
Bargman Scholar
-in-
Residence

Rabbi
Leonid
Feldman

First Soviet Refusenik
to be ordained a
Conservative Rabbi

Schedule
of
Lectures

Louis and Esther LaMed Aud.
Sigmund & Sophie Rohlik Bldg.
21550 W. 12 Mile Rd. • Southfield
10:30 a.m.-12 noon

Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah
$15 for the three part
series

Thursdays,
Oct. 22, Nov. 5

"From Russia with Love for
Judaism"

Friedman Conference Room
Sigmund & Sophie Rohlik Bldg.
21550 W. 12 Mile Rd. • Southfield
2:00 p.m.

Midrasha
United Hebrew Schools

Thursday,
Oct. 22

"Moscow Does Not Believe in
Visas"

Temple Emanuel
14450 W. 10 Mile Rd. • Oak Park
7:30 p.m.

Temple Emanuel
Open to the public

Wednesday,
Oct. 28

"From Russia-to America-with
Love"

Louis and Esther LaMed Aud.
(address above)
9:30-11:00 a.m.

Women's Division
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion $3

Wednesday,
Oct. 28

"From Russia with Love"

Congregation B'nai Moshe
14390 W. 10 Mile Rd. • Oak Park
7:30 p.m.

Congregation B'nai
Moshe
Open to the public

Thursday,
Oct. 29

"Moscow Does Not Believe in
Visas"

Louis and Esther LaMed Add.
(address above)
10:30 a.m.-12 noon

Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah

Thursday,
Oct. 29

"A Personal Odyssey: From
Refusenik to Rabbi"

Hillel Day School
32200 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills
2:00 p.m.

Hillel Day School

Thursday,
Oct. 29

An informal meeting is scheduled
with the Soviet Jewry Committee

Friday,
Oct. 30

"Moscow Does Not Believe in
Visas - A Personal Portrait of a
Refusenik"

Adat Shalom Synagogue
29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills
8:00 p.m.

Youth Jamboree - USY,
BBYO, NCSY, NIFTY

"From Marx to Moses - A Personal
Odyssey of a Refusenik"

Adat Shalom Synagogue

Shabbat,
Oct. 31

Adat Shalom Synagogue
Sermon

Shabbat,
Oct. 31

"From Bondage to Freedom: Ex-
ploring the Bar 'Mitzvah Experi-
ence"

Adat Shalom Synagogue
12:30 p.m.

Parents and Children of
B'nai Mitzvah, Adat
Shalom Synagogue and
Jewish Experiences for
Families. Reservations
required. Charge for
lunch.

Sunday,
Nov. 1

"From Refusenik to Rabbi"

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road • Southfield
10:00 a.m.

Congregation Shaarey
Zedek High School and
Community Jewish High
School - Division of
United Hebrew Schools

Thursday,
Nov. 5

"The (olden Medina: Are We Too
Comfortable Here?"

Louis and Esther LaMed Aud.
(address above)
10:30 a.m.-12 noon

Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah

Thursday,
Nov. 5

"From Russia with Love"

Friedman Conference Room
(address above)
2:00 p.m.

Midrasha
United Hebrew Schools

PLANNING COMMITTEE

Chairperson

Bertha Chomsky
Erika Herzceg

Dr. Leonard Lachover
Elaine Lebenbom
Dr. Irving Panush
Matilda Rubin

Edwin Shifrin
Dr. Jack Wayne
Renee Wohl
Rabbi Morton Yolkut

United Hebrew Schools • MIDRASHA-COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES
21550 West Twelve Mile Road • Southfield, Michigan 48076 • 352-7117

36

FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987

Continued from preceding page

people began to face the pro-
blems of daily existence.
Noah was reassured that God
would never again try to
destroy every living being
(Gen. 8:21), that there would
be a rule that God Himself
will never try to break. The
sign: a rainbow. That will be
God's signature to His pro-
mise. The rainbow will be the
symbol of that hope. Notice,
Noah did not make the rain-
bow. God put it there. Noah
could carry on after the flood
because he believed in God.
He had hope in God for the
future because he had been
conscious of God in the past.
Ours is certainly a time
when hope is needed. With
two world wars in this cen-
tury, with civilization con-
fronted by the challenge of
nuclear annihilation, we are
living in a period almost as

dreadful and awesome as the
flood. Still, in all things, it is
better to hope than to despair.
Many young people despair
about their future. They have
lost their idealism. They live
only for momentary, instant
gratification. They fear
nuclear disaster. It is part of
the psychology of youth to be
ambivalent, to think on the
one hand the future is doom-
ed and on the other hand, to
get as much pleasure as you
can before it is too late.

The rainbow described in
the Noah story is a symbol for
our age. Whenever you pass
through a storm and see a
beautiful rainbow, think of
the Noah story and how the
many colors of a rainbow is
God's eternal seal, the symbol
of hope for a better day and a
better world.

NEWS

"From Marx to Moses: A Personal
Thursdays,
Odyssey of a Refusenik"
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5
(See below for
Oct. 29, Nov. 5 topic)

Dr. Joseph Gutmann

Symbol Of Hope

Pope Answers
Hebrew U. Letter

Jerusalem — A letter
reiterating Pope John Paul
II's "love and respect for the
Jewish people and the victims
of the Holocaust," as well as
his "strong condemnation of
Nazism" has been received by
the office of the rector of the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
The Vatican response refer-
red to a telegram sent last
June by a group of resear-
chers, teachers and students
at the Hebrew University to
the Pope protesting his
meeting with Austrian Presi-
dent Kurt Waldheim in the
Vatican.

Providence Hit
By Graffiti

Providence (JTA) — The
Jewish community of Pro-
vidence, Rhode Island has
been the target of extensive
anti-Semitic graffiti last
week.
Fluorescent orange swasti-
kas were discovered over the
Columbus Day Weekend. The
swastikas had been spray-
painted onto the walls of two
synagogues and two Jewish-
' owned businesses. Later,
another swastika was chalked
onto the entrance to Provi-
dence's Jewish Community
Center. All of these incidents
took place in the heavily
Jewish East Side neighbor-
hood of Providence, in the en-
virons of Brown University.
The Providence Police
Department is investigating
the incidents. The major clue
as to the identity of the
perpetrators is the fact that
alongside the swastikas

painted on the CVS Phar-
macy on Thayer Street, was
the phrase "Skins Rule." This
has led some to believe that
there may be some associa-
tion between the graffiti and
a local version of the type of -
gang known as "skinheads".

Biodegradable
Implants Made

Jerusalem — Easier
surgery with less discomfort
for the patient and fewer com-
plications is resulting from
improved biodegradable
plastic materials developed
by Hebrew University of
Jerusalem researchers for im-
plantation devices, such as
bone supports, connecting
pins, artificial blood vessels
and surgical thread.
The researchers are col-
laborating with physicians in
several hospitals in Israel in
developing implantation
devices that will not need to
be extracted in a second
operation, because they will
slowly dissolve away in the
body's fluids.

"
1"1 SYNAGOGUES timmi

Surrogacy Is
Rabbi's Topic

The cultural commission of
Cong. B'nai Moshe will hold
the first "Lunch With Rab-
bi Allan Meyerowitz" pro-
gram at 12:45 p.m. Saturday,
in the board room of the
synagogue.
Rabbi Meyerowitz will
speak on "Surrogate
Motherhood: Is One Jewish
Mother Enough?"
For information, contact
Irene Alpiner, 548-9000.

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