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February 17, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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1SYNAGOGUES I

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THE CULTURAL COMMISSION
OF CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

S

HOURS: M-S 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Thurs. 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

Begadim

on the Boardwalk

is hosting

PROFESSOR
LAURENCE J. SILBERSTEIN

of Lehigh University, Director of
Lehigh Valley Center for Jewish Studies,
and author of a new book:

"Martin Buber's Social and Religious Thought:
Alienation and Quest for Meaning."

who will speak on

MARTIN BUBER:
A PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR
AMONG HIS OWN PEOPLE
Friday, March 3, 1989, 8:00 p.m.

THINK
SPRING

F xceirence

in Fashion for the Young at HeCr'

6919 Orchard Lake Rd • West Bloomfield 1141
855-5528

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
14601 W. Lincoln, Oak Park

This lecture and Oneg Shabbat is sponsored by Abe and
Carol Minowitz in memory of Francis Pereira, and by Max
and Ruth Dobrowitsky and Al and Ida Rosenblum in
memory of Morris Dobrowitsky.

Members of the Temple
Beth El Sisterhood will host
a creative Shabbat service at
8 p.m. Feb 24. The program
will include a Shabbat dinner
before the service hosted by
past sisterhood presidents.
The service was written by
Fayclare Blau, Lois
Gerenraich, Marlene Good-
man and Carol Israel under
the guidance of Lucy Gersten.
The public is invited. For
reservations, which are re-
quired by Monday, call the
temple, 851-1100.

Southfield
Tour Planned

The City of Southfield Thurs
will host a trip to explore
three churches and syna-
gogues in Southfield at 6:30
p.m. March 16. The trip is
sponsored by Cultural Arts,
Parks and Recreation and the
Arts Council.
The bus will be in the park-
ing lot of the Civic Center
complex near the tennis
courts. There is a charge. For
information, call Sol
Gelbman, 354-4717 or
354-4861.

VOLVO

Talk To Focus
On Intifada

Elie Rekhess, a senior
research fellow at the Dayan
Center for Middle Eastern
and African Studies at Tel
Aviv University, will speak at
Adat Shalom Synagogue 7:30
p.m. Feb. 26.
Rekhess, a visiting pro-
fessor in the Judaic Studies

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1989

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Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 , h Mile
968-2060

THE JEWISH NEWS

West Bloomfield
Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake
at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

Temple Beth Jacob Inter-
faith Cuples will meet at 7:30
p.m. Feb. 27. The meeting will
include a report on the pro-
gress of the first Interfaith
Couples' Marriage Encounter
Weekend. Plans also will be
made for the Interfaith
Couples' Passover Seder to be
held April 25 at Temple Beth
Jacob.
For information, call Mary
Jane and Alan Benenson,
334-2979 (daytime); Sheri and
Jim Kovalsky, 693-1218; or
the temple office, 332-3212.

I FOR SENIORS Isimm•

Lunch, Musical
Due For Seniors

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
lunch at a Birmingham
restaurant followed by a Bir-
mingham Theater perfor-
mance of Stephen Sondheim
and George Furth's musical,
Company on March 8. The
bus departs from the Maple/
Drake building at 11:15 a.m.
There is a fee which includes
the play and transportation.
Guests are responsible for the
cost of lunch. Kosher meals
are available by advance
reservation.
Spaces are limited. Advance
reservations are required.
Spaces will be filled on a first-
come basis. For information,
call Judy Samson or Marilyn
Wolfe, 661-1000.

Writers' Group
Seeks Members

COATS
UNLIMITED

Sterling Heights '
Sterling Place
37680 Van Dyke at 16 1/2 Mile
939-0700

Mixed Couples
Will Meet

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IN THE

Motors Ltd.

Rekhess is a leading
authority on Israel's Arab
sector and an expert on the
Arabs in the West Bank and
Gaza. As director of the
Dayan Center from 1977 to
1981, he conducted a research
project on the Arab popula-
tion of Israel and the ad-
ministered territories.
The program is being of-
fered in cooperation with the
Wayne State University
Center for Judaic Studies.
The community is welcome.
There is no charge.

Elie Rekhess

Program at Lehigh Universi-
ty, will discuss "The Intifada:
Some Eyewitness Reflec-
tions." His talk will explore
recent trends in Israeli-
Palestinian relations.

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building of the Jewish
Community Center invites
everyone interested in
writing as a hobby to join the
Writers' Corner, conducted by
Dr. Norma Goldman. The
group will meet today at 9:30
a.m. in room 4 of the JPM.
the Dunav Ensemble will

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