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March 11, 1988 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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FRIDAY MARCH 11 1988

Sculptor Morris Brose will be among the artists who will return for the
Sholem Aleichem Institute's 25th annual art show and sale today through
Sunday at Shenandoah Count Club. Pictured with Brose are artist Sue
Linburg, center, and chairman Rose Roth. Hours are: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
today and Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday.

Life In Israel Topic
Of Lecture S eries

A series of lectures covering
many aspects of life in Israel
is being offered at the Jewish
Community Center, Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building, dur-
ing March. On Sunday at 1
p.m., Prof. Yair Aharoni of Tel
Aviv University School of
Business Administration will
be the guest speaker.
Prof. Aharoni is a visiting
professor in the international
business department Duke
University. His topic is: "The
Israeli Economy — Can It Be
Independent?"
The next lecture of the
series will be held on March
20 at 2 p.m. with Dr. Dov
Friedlander, director of
academic affairs, Hebrew
University of Jerusalem,
Rothberg School for Overseas
Students. He is also a senior
lecturer with the department
of psychology at Hebrew
University. The topic of his
lecture will be "Religious
Pluralism — An Israeli and
American Perspective." Along
with Dr. Friedlander there
will be a panel of rabbis from
Reform, Conservative and Or-
thodox perspectives.
The last lecture of the series
will be held on March 27 at 2
p.m. "Israel and the Palesti-
nians — Responses to the Pro-
blem will be the topic of
Moshe Fox, consul for press
and information, Consulate
General of Israel, Chicago.
The
series,
"Israel:
Idealism/Realism —
Challenging the Mind," is
sponsored by: Zionist
Organization of America-
Metropolitan Detroit District,
Labor Zionist Alliance Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit,
Labor Zionist Institute,
Habonim-Dror, Naamat

U.S.A.-Greater Detroit Coun-
cil, Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit and Jewish Welfare
Federation.

NEWS

Israel's Soccer
Team Loses

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's na-
tional soccer team, forced to
play in the Oceania region
because Arab pressure has
kept it out of the Middle East
region, lost to Australia 2 to
0 in Melbourne last Sunday.
The game was the first
in the pre-Olympic Oceania
tournament that will decide
which teams in the region
participate in the 1989 Olym-
pics in Seoul, South Korea.
The Israeli eleven will play
the New Zealand team in
Adelaide, Australia, and will
meet the Taiwan team in
Sydney. A rematch with the
New Zealand team will be
played at Christchurch, New
Zealand, and a rematch
against Taiwan will be played
in Wellington, New Zealand.
The Israelis will play New
Zealand again in Auckland,
New Zealand.

Boycott Ends

Aviv (JTA) — Denmark's
major supermarket chain,
Irma, has backed off from its
boycott of Israeli agricultural
products initiated earlier in
the week "because of events
in the occupied territories,"
the Israeli news media
reported.

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