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October 21, 1988 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-21

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JOIN US FOR A PROGRAM OF TORAH
IDENTITY, EDUCATION AND ACTION!

LORD RABBI IMMANUEL JAKOBOVITS

RABBI SIMCHA KOOK

Chief Rabbi British Empire

Chief Rabbi of Rechovot, Israel

DR. NORMAN LAMM

HON. YOSSEF BEN AHARON

President Yeshiva University

Director General, Prime Minister's Office

RABBI JOSEPH GRUNBLATT

RABBI HERSCHEL SCHACTER

Rabbi, Queens Jewish Center, Professor,
Touro College

Rosh Kollel, Yeshiva University

RABBI MAX SCHREIER

CARMI SCHWARTZ

President, Rabbinical Council of America

Executive Vice President, Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds

RABBI STEVEN RISKIN

Rabbi, Efrat, Israel

SIDNEY KWESTEL

MALCOLM HOENLEIN

National President

Executive Director, Conference of
Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations

RABBI PINCHAS STOLPER

Executive Vice President

CONG. PETE KOSMIRE

Participate in our unique workshops and
incomparable array of Torah sessions
conducted by leading Rabbis, Roshei
Yeshiva and educators. And join the
beautiful Shabbat services conducted by
Chazzan Sherwood Goffin and the
talented Avrohom Fried.

Thanks g ivin g Dinner...Gourmet
meals prepared by the Wyndham
Plaza's own master chefs under
strict © supervision... The lush
surroundings of this grand conven-
tion center and its proximity to
historic landmarks of Philadelphia
and its cosmopolitan center. And
don't forget the Health Club with in-
door swimming pool and fully equip-
ped health club

Arrestin g exhibits of Judaica,
0 Supervised foods, products, & ser-
vices of Jewish interest. Updates on 0
activities in the U.S. & Israel. Award
presentations & resolutions.

Forall participants, shiurim, concerts, and coffee-house entertainment...For singles, special events and entertainment.
For teens, special programs planned by NCSY...For sightseers, "America's most historic, square mile", museums, anti-
que centers, and Jewish historical sites in Philadelphia. And for children, specially planned activities and programs!

I SYNAGOGUES 1

Temple Program
Features Blum

Gloria Blum will be the
guest speaker for Temple
Israel's "Feeling Good About
Yourself" conference for
parents and adolescents 11
years and older.
The conference will be held
from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Nov.
10 and from 9:30 a.m. to 3
p.m. Nov. 11 at the temple.
The conference is free and
open to the public.
Blum, a teacher for more
than 20 years, has served as
an educational consultant on
self-esteem, socialization
skills and human sexuality to
groups around the world.
The program is being
presented as the 11th annual
Alicia Joy Techner Memorial
Parenting Conference.
For information, call the
temple, 661-5700.

Congregations
Host Students

NOVEMBER 24-27 1988
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
WYNDHAM FRANKLIN
PLAZA HOTEL

THE CHALLENGE
OF FREEDOM

"a time to be silent...
a time to speak out"

Reservation Form

Send all reservations and deposits (payable to Orthodox Union) with this form to:
Orthodox Union National Convention 45 W. 36th Street, New York, NY 10018 • 212-563-4000 • Fax 212-564-9058

• Orthodox Union Convention '88 Rates are per person: based on double
occupancy. including all meals from Thursday dinner through Sunday brunch.
gratuities and registration fees.
• 3rd or 4th in room. Thursday through Sunday. S350 per person. 3rd or
4th in room. Wednesday arrival, add S100 per•person.
• Thursday lunch is available at 525 per person if reserved in advance.

ROOM SELECTION

Room Type

• Single room will be charged at 1 1/2 times above rates.
• Children 2-8 years, S325
• Cribs are available at S20 each if reserved in advance.

Name



Phone #

City/State/Zip

Business

(

SAVE
THE
DATE

5125

Superior

5450

5125

S125

Deluxe

5475

Junior Suites

5575

Master Governor
Suite

5700

Time

AM/PM

Reserve

Thursday lunches at S25 each

Reserve

cribs at 520 each. I am a delegate representing:

Card

R

Expiration Date

)

SAUL QUINN, Convention Chairman

\ WATCH

5425

It other than Mr. & Mrs., double room to be shared with

Spouse

Address

Wednesday Arrival Add

Standard

Arrival date

A deposit of S100.00 per person is required with each reservation.
tl you are interested in bus transportation check here

Per Person

Bank

#

Signature

AVERY NEUMARK, Program Chairman

FOR THE OCTOBER
— Jewish —
FOREIGN FILM FESTIVAL

Thursday, October 27, 1988
"David"

Narrator: Dan Greenberg
All shows at 7:30 p.m.
Admission $3.00

Winner of the 1979 Berlin Film Fesival,
deals with life in Berlin from a child's
perspective.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 W. Maple • W. Bloomfield • 661-1000

0 FR DAY OCTOBER 21 19.88

Congregation B'nai Moshe
is one of more than 70 Con-
servative congregations in-
vited by the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America to
participate in its annual
"Seminary Shabbat" pro-
gram.
The program brings stu-
dents from the Seminary's
rabbinical school, cantors' in-
stitute, graduate school and
List College to serve as
scholars-in-residence at Con-
servative congregations
across the country.
B'nai Moshe will host
Debra Newman Kamin, a
fifth-year rabbinical student,
during the weekend of Nov.
12. Kamin is a native of Oak
Park and a graduate of the
University of Michigan.
Congregation of Moses of
Kalamazoo also will par-
ticipate in the program. The
congregation will host Bill
Hamilton, a fourth-year rab-
binical student, during the
weekend of Oct. 29.

Aleynu Offers
Beginners Class

Aleynu, the partnership for
Jewish adult education, will
offer a beginners services pro-
gram starting the week of
Nov. 1.
The program is geared
toward individuals who have
basic reading skills but are
not fluent enough to follow
regular Sabbath services, and
for graduates of Aleynu's five-
week Hebrew reading crash
courses.
The program will em-

phasize the mechanics and
meaning of prayer. Classes
will be held at facilities in
Oak Park, Southfield and
West Bloomfield.
For information, call the
Aleynu office, 968-3000.

Outreach Group
Meets Thursday

The outreach committee of
Temple Shir Shalom will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at
the temple. Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz will lead the
discussion.
Anyone in the community
who is a Jew-by-choice or in-
volved in an interfaith mar-
riage is invited.
Contact the temple,
737-8700, for information.

Family Havdalah
Service Slated

Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses and Jewish
Experience for Families will
cosponsor a family Havdalah
service and ice cream social
at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Each family will be given a
Havdalah candle and spice
box. Cantor Ben-Zion Lanx-
ner will lead a sing-along and
Howard Faber will present a
magic show.
Ron and Marcia Anstandig
are co-chairmen of the event.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, contact the
synagogue, 851-6880.

Adat Shalom
Lunch And Learn

The Adult Study Commis-
sion of Adat Shalom
Synagogue will present a
"Lunch and Learn" program
at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday. The
event will feature Yefet Ozery,
director of the Israel Program
Center.
Ozery will discuss "Israel —
Past, Present and Future."
The video, "Pillars of Fire,"
will be shown.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations, which must be made
by Monday, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

Family Chavurah
Service Planned

Adat Shalom Synagogue
Chavurot will hold a family
chavurah shabbat service and
dinner on Nov. 4. Services
will begin at 6:15 p.m.
The program will include
singing and Israeli dancing.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the synagogue,
851-5100.

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