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January 27, 1989 - Image 33

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Beth Shalom
Hears Shavell

The sisterhood and men's
club of Congregation Beth
Shalom will have a joint
brunch at 10 a.m. Sunday at
the synagogue.
Helena Shavell of the
Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens will speak

Rabbi Ernst Conrad of Tem-
ple Kol Ami, Don Levitt of
Shir Tikvah and Psycholo-
gists for Social Responsibility,
and actors Arthur Strimling
and Diane Dowling, will be
held. The focus of the discus-
sion will be a Jewish response
to the threat of nuclear war.
"In the Traffic of a Targeted
City" combines music, poetry
and drama, weaving together
tales of New York today and
Hiroshima in 1945.
There is a charge. For
tickets or information, call
Nanette Capogna, 646-8343.

OPENINGS AVAILABLE
FOR SECOND SEMESTER

'Fear No Evil'
Topic Of Talk

Helena Shavell

on "The Concentration
Camps and Shtetls of
Europe." She will illustrate
her talk with a slide presen-
tation about her recent Euro-
pean trip.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the synagogue,
547-7970.

Aleynu Offers
Winter Classes

Aleynu, the partnership for
Jewish adult education, is
holding classes in Oak Park,
Southfield, West Bloomfield
a _ nd Detroit.
Lunch and learn sessions
discuss the weekly Tarah por-
tion, Talmud, Jewish
philosophy and medical
issues.
Havurot study sessions are
held in homes. Aleynu also of-
fers classes on how to pray,
Talmud for men and the Book
of Shemos for women in con-
junction with Young Israel of
Southfield.
There will be new class of-
ferings in March. For a
schedule, call Aleynu,
968-3000.

Shir Tikvah
Hosts 'Traffic'

Congregation Shir Tikvah's
social action committee and
Psychologists for Social
Responsibility will host New
York's Ballad Theater Corn-
pany in "In the Traffic of a
Targeted City" Feb. 12 at the
1515 Broadway Theater.
Following the play, a panel
discussion with Rabbi Arnie
Sleutelberg of Shir Tikvah,

Register on or before February 5

Alice Helsman of the West
Bloomfield Public Library
will review former refusenik
Anatoly Sharansky's Fear No
Evil 7:45 p.m. Feb. 7 at Con-
gregation B'nai Israel of West
Bloomfield.
The event, which is free, is
being sponsored by the con-
gregation's sisterhood. For in-
formation, call the
synagogue, 681-5353.

Contact:

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
352-7117

Sponsored by

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS in cooperation with
JEWISH EXPERIENCES FOR FAMILIES and
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SYNAGOGUE YOUTH

Free Loan
Sabbath Slated

The annual observance of
Hebrew Free Loan Sabbath
will take place Feb. 3-4.
Synagogues and temples
throughout the United States
and Canada are expected to
participate.
Detroit's Hebrew Free Loan
Association has been in
operation since 1895, and is a
founding member of the
Jewish Welfare Federation.

Right in Your
Own Driveway!

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Correction

Comes to your home or office
with the garage-on-wheels

In the advertisement for the
annual meeting of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society
appearing in last week's
Jewish News, the following
names were inadvertently
omitted: Cy Finkelstein,
Harold Greenspan, Joseph
Hirsch and Herbert Rosen.

Mitzvah
Heroes

Their quiet acts of
unusual or extraordinary
personal charity and
kindness touch the lives
of Jews and non-Jews in
the Detroit metropolitan
area. They are Mitzvah
Heroes in our midst. And
in the Feb. 3 edition of
The Jewish News, their
inspiring stories will ap-
pear in a special section
dedicated to their efforts.

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