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May 06, 1988 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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diah WINAI B'RITH FAMILY NIGHT
'w AT TIGER STADIUM

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Thursday, June 16, 1988, 7:30 p.m.
I Vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS I

Tickets Available Thru B'nai B'rith
25835 Southfield Rd., Sfld., MI 48075
Bus Transportation — Nominal Fee
For Additional Info.— 552-81 7 7

we sell them,
buy them,
clean them,
repair them,
appraise them
and love them.

— COMMUNITY INVITED —

REMEMBER . . .

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$55

NOW

The Original Since 1939

A Special Offer

'

ORIENTAL
RUGS

HAGOPIAN

in a Jewish folk chorus for
more than 40 years.
The public is invited.
Tickets are available at no
charge by calling the
synagogue office, 851-6880, or

by sending ticket requests,
with a self-addressed stamped
envelope to Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses, 5075 W. Maple
Road, West Bloomfield,
48322.

Temple Beth El Hosts
Hebrew Music Festival

WORLD OF RUGS

PACKAGE INCLUDES -

• CLEANSING FACIAL
•MANICURE
•MAKEUP APPLICATION

$78 value

COME VISIT US TODAY
A TOTAL SKIN CARE EXPERIENCE AWAITS!

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Mas Ayma
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Closed Monday

in the West Bloomfield Plozc

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14000 W. 8 Mile Road

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(just west of Coolidge)

Birmingham Showroom • 646•RUGS
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(just north of 14 Mile Road)

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3410 Washtenaw Avenue

(just west of Arborland)

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THE ADULT STUDY COMMISSION
OF

ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE

proudly presents

CANTOR LARRY VIEDER

CANTOR DAVID BAGLEY CANTOR JACOB MENDELSON

in

A CANTORS CONCERT

TUESDAY, MAY 17
8 P.M.

The concert is sponsored by the Kopel and Estelle Kahn Fund.
Tickets may be obtained at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
There is no charge.

Adat Shalom Synagogue • 29901 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, Michigan 48018 • 851-5100

Ad

PPM MAY F MR

Sylvia and Rochelle Barr

In honor of Israel's 40th an-
niversary, Temple Beth El
will present the 35th annual
Hebrew Music Festival at 8
p.m. May 13.
The guest choir will be the
Bel Canto Choral Society
with Denise Ogden conduc-
ting. Sylvia and Rochelle
Barr will be performing two
piano selections of new music
from Israel. Three temple
choirs will sing the liturgical
responses and anthems, con-
ducted by Mrs. Jason Tickton.
Dr. Richard Hertz will be the
narrator, and Prof. Jason
Tickton will serve as music
director and organist.
The program is sponsored
by the Sandra T. Bloom
Memorial Music Fund,
courtesy of Barbara and
Douglas Bloom. The public is
invited.
Sylvia Barr is a concert
graduate student of the
Detroit Institute of Musical
Art. At 15, a student of Cass
Technical High School, she
represented Detroit playing
harp with the National High
School Orchestra in Dallas.
Rochelle Barr began her
piano lessons with her
mother's teacher, Dr. Alle
Zuidema. She then studied
with the late Edward Bred-
shall. lbday a professional ac-

companist, Rochelle Barr also
plays the organ. For the past
four years, she has been the
assistant organist at Temple
Beth El.

Loneliness Topic
Of Lectures

Dr. Miriam Shapiro, pro-
fessor of Bible at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, will
deliver three lectures on
"Fighting Loneliness in the
Modern World" May 13-15 at
Cong. B'nai Moshe.
The program will be in
memory of Rabbi Moses
Lehrman. During May 14 ser-
vices, a plaque will be unveil-
ed which was issued
posthumously to the
synagogue's late rabbi by the
JTS "for distinguished ser-
vice to the Jewish communi-
ty and Jewish causes." Rabbi
Lehrman was one of 20
Jewish leaders so honored by
the seminary.
The weekend will begin
with a family Shabbat dinner
on May 13, after which
Shapiro will speak on "How
To Avoid Loneliness in Mar-
riage and Beyond." There is a
charge for the dinner. During
May 14 services, Shapiro will
deliver the guest sermon on

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