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Substance Abuse
Topic Of Talk

Temple Emanu-El will hold
its annual Social Action
Shabbat 8:15 p.m. today.
Guest speakers Dr. Nate and
Ardell Firestone will address
the topic: "A Family in
Crisis," and discuss their son's
substance abuse and the
trauma it created within
their family.
The public is invited.

Youth Choir •
Concert Slated

Temple Emanu-El will host
the Annual Youth Choir Con-
cert 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Choirs
from Congregation Beth
Shalom and Shaarey Zedek,
Hillel Day School, Temple
Israel and Temple Emanu-El
will participate in the con-
cert. The theme is "Shabbat."
The public is invited. There
is no charge.

Charity Luncheon
Is -Planned

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
will hold a pre-Passover chari-
ty luncheon at noon Wednes-
day. Storyteller Corrine
Stavish will be the speaker.
There is a charge. For reser-
- vations, call Sophie Feldman,
626-9515.

With Temple
Shir Shalom's
People Of The Book

An enlightening series of discussions with three
exciting Jewish authors exploring the timely Jewish
themes of their works.

These thought-provoking informal sessions, for Shir
Shalom members and non-members alike, will reveal
what it means to be a Jew today from unique
literary prospectives with wide ranging viewpoints.

Space is limited so make your reservation today!

A special subscriber rate of $50.00 includes all three
guest speakers, the four books (yours to keep), a
wine reception and autograph party with the authors
prior to their lecture, followed by coffee and cake.
Single purchases of $20.00 per speaker (including
receptions and book) are also available.

Reservations required. For more information please
call Temple Shir Shalom at 737-8700 or send in
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Tuesday, March 21

Yoram Binar, author of
My Enemy, My Self. A
respected Israeli journalist,
Mr. Binar describes how he
worked his way through
Israel, from Palestinian labor
ghettos to West Bank refugee
camps, posing as an Arab.
His dramatic book is both an
intensely personal real-life
diary and a non-biased
chronicle of a bold and
daring adventure.

Photo: Karen Petersen

Wednesday, April 12

Rhonda Lerman, author of
God's Eye. The well-known
writer of Call Me Ishtar and
Eleanor, A Novel discusses
her latest fiction, a completely
modern novel which
challenges feminists and
traditional Jews alike. A
wonderful speaker, Ms.
Lerman has evoked
comparisons to writers such
as Joyce, Yeats, and Kafka.

Tuesday, May 23

Mort Gerberg, author of
The All-Jewish Cartoon
Collection and More All-
Jewish Cartoons, Yet. A
nationally-known syndicated
cartoonist who contributes
regularly to The New Yorker,
Look, Life and other
magazines, Mr. Gerberg
offers a humorous look at the
absurdities that lie just
beyond our workaday life.
Guaranteed fun for all!

Photo: Carol Kitman

Purim Carnival
On Sunday

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
will hold its annual Purim
carnival at noon Sunday. The
event will include games,
prizes, food and a raffle.

Torah Center
Hosts Seudah

Bais Chabad Torah Center
invites the public to a Purim
seudah at the Torah Center,
5595 W. Maple, West Blom-
field, on March 21 at 6 p.m.
The evening will include a
catered meal plus Purim
entertainment. There is a
charge. The seudah is for both
adults and children. For infor-
mation, call Fran Rogers,
559-0771.
A Purim masquerade party
for the children will take
place at the Center after the
reading of the Megillah
which will be read March 20
at 7:15 p.m. at the Torah
Center.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
will deliver a lecture on "The
Mystical Implications and
Practical Applications of
Purim." The lecture will be
given on Monday at 8 p.m. at
the Torah Center.

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