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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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Adat Shalom Synagogue

presents

the dynamic sounds of

scholar, remarried and the
family moved to Jerusalem
where Ralph was schooled in
a yeshivah.
The family moved to
Philadelphia, then Detroit,
and owned a confectionary
store in Hamtramck. Ralph
blew the shofar on the High
Holidays for a local congrega-
tion. "When I took the job at
B'nai Moshe," he says, "I
didn't ask for a contract and
I still don't have one. I figured
if I didn't like it, or they didn't
like me, I'd leave."
Forty years later he still has
no plans to leave. He will go
with the congregation —
"God willing" — when it
moves to West Bloomfield in
the next few years. "They
want me to move with them,"
he says.
Ralph is expecting strong
family support at his May 21
party, including daughters
Sandra and Caren, their
husbands and his four
gandchildren.
"But everybody's invited,"
Ralph is quick to say. "Just
like at the seder — 'Let all
who are hungry come and
eat.' And we won't have many
speeches, just a good time!' 0

ing youth groups. The Louis
A. Horowitz Memorial Youth
Awards will be presented dur-
ing the evening.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions, which are required,
may be made by calling
Young Israel of Oak Woods;
398-1177; Young Israel of
Greenfield, 967-3655; or
Young Israel of Southfield,
358-0154.

Beth Achim
Weekend Event

The adult education and
special events committee of
Congregation Beth Achim
will hold a weekend scholar
program featuring Rabbi
Simon Noveck May 12-14.

Thursday, May 18

7:30 p.m.

Adat Shalom invites the community to attend its annual

JACK ROSENBLOOM MEMORIAL CONCERT

Tickets may be picked up at the Synagogue office after
May 14. Limit four per family.

The Synagogue extends its appreciation to the
Rosenbloom family for sponsoring this annual event.

29901 Middlebelt Road • Farmington Hills • 851-5100

SZ Shows
'The Policeman'

The Israeli comedy "The
Policeman" will be the
feature film for the final
night of congregation
Shaarey Zedek's film festival,
7:30 p.m. Thursday. The short
spoof "Gefilte Fish" also will
be shown.
"The Policeman" stars Shai
Ophir and won the Golden
Globe Award for best foreign
film. The film, which ad-
dresses the relationship of
Ashkenazi and Sephardi
Jews, is in Hebrew with
English subtitles.
The public is invited at no
charge.

Young Israel
Plans Dinner

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
will hold services and a din-
ner Wednesday to celebrate
Israel's Independence Day.
The event is sponsored by
the Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, the
Mizrachi Organization of
Detroit, B'nei Akiva, Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth and
Yeshivat Akiva.
The program includes Min-
chah services at 6:15 p.m.,
followed by a deli buffet and
a presentation by the sponsor-

Rabbi Simon Noveck

The theme of the weekend
will be "The Future of
Judaism in the United
States!'
Following services at 7 p.m.
May 12, Dr. Noveck will
speak on "Is Jewish Culture
Possible in the Diaspora?" A
family-style dinner will be
served. During services May
13, he will give the sermon on
"What is the Future of the
Jewish Religion in America?"
A luncheon will follow, with
babysitting services provided.
There is a charge for the
dinner and the luncheon.
Prepaid reservations are re-
quired. For information, call
Congregation Beth Achim,
352-8670.

Temple Beth El

Cordially Invites the Community
To Be Our Guest
To Meet and Hear Our New Cantor

Gail P. Hirschenfang

Cantor Performs
In Concert

Temple Beth El will host a
gathering 8 p.m. Tuesday to
introduce the temple's new
cantor, Gail Hirschenfang.
Cantor Hirschenfang will
present "A Treasury of
Jewish Music." The public is
invited at no charge. Com-
plimentary babysitting will
be available.

Presenting

'A Treasury of Jewish Music"

Tuesday, May 9th, 8:00 p.m.

DeRoy Sanctuary

Free Babysitting
Reception Following
Temple Beth El, Telegraph at 14 Mile, rmingham

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