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September 15, 1989 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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• HARDT of Oak Park, work-
ed as summer interns for the
American. Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC) in
Washington, D.C.

RONNI LEOPOLD DU-
COFF, formerly of Bir-
mingham, has been ap-
pointed coordinator of the
Legal Services Project of the
American Jewish Congress —
Ohio Region, which services
the indigent Jewish popula-
tion in the Cleveland area.

I LOCAL NEWS I

Rabbi Wine
Talks Set

L

The Center for New Think-
ing will present lec-
ture/reviews with Rabbi Sher-
win Wine. On Sunday at 2:30
p.m. he will review Peace,
Love and Healing by Bernie
Siegel, in the Somerset Mall
auditorium.
On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.,
the topic will be "The Bud-
dhist Way: Beyond Suffering
to Enlightenment" at the
Bloomfield Thwnship Library.
On Thursday at 10 a.m. Wine
will speak on "Iran After
Khomeini: The Struggle for
Power" in the Somerset Mall
auditorium.
There is a charge.
Wine will also speak about
his five-week visit to South
America in two lectures at
the Birmingham Temple. On
Monday at 8:30 p.m. Wine -
will lecture on "Argentina —
The Return of a Peronistas."
On Sep. 25, the subject will be
"Brazil — The Shaky Giant.
Discussion will follow the
lectures. For information, call
the temple, 477-1410.

Reception Honors
Rabbi Wasserman

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Berlin
will host a reception in honor
of Rabbi Simcha Wasserman
8 p.m. Tuesday at their home,
18251 Onyx in Southfield.
Rabbi Wasserman, former
dean of Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda, will speak. Rabbi
Wasserman founded Yeshi-
vath Ohr Elchonon in
Jerusalem in memory of his
father, Rav Elchonon.

I NEWS I

Israeli Drug May
Aid Alzheimer's

Jerusalem (JTA) — Scien-
tists at Bar-Ilan University
have reported finding a
medication
to
treat
Alzheimer's disease,
degenerative condition
manifested by loss of memory.

—•

SNEAK PREVIEW OF A MAJOR RELEASE
FIRST-RUN HOLLYWOOD
MOTION PICTURE PRESENTATION

The 2nd Annual Movie Premiere to benefit
The Hebrew University. Sponsored by the New
Leaders of the Michigan Chapter of The
American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Thursday, September 21, 7:30 p.m.
The Maple Theatre, Maple Road at Telegraph
Sponsor Ticket $25.00 per person
Patron Ticket $50.00 per person

NOSH

AMERICA'S PLUMPEST PITTED PRUNES

Tax deductible as allowed by law.

Join us for an evening of Hollywood fun and
excitement, featuring a first-run movie
premiere.
Executive Committee of the New Leaders of the
American Friends of The Hebrew University:

Lynne Deitch
Tom Goldberg
Anna Greenstone
Robert Greenstone
Andy Jacob
Joel E. Jacob

Robert B. Jacob
Jack Jaffe
Brian Kepes
Shelly Nadiv
Roger Sherr
Andrew Zack

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My Check in the amount of
is enclosed for
seats.
Patron $50.00
Sponsor $25.00
Sorry, I am unable to attend the theatre night, however, my con-
tribution in the amount of
is enclosed.

NAME

ADDRESS

CITY

ZIP

PHONE
Make check payable to The American Friends of
The Hebrew University, 29100 Northwestern Hwy
12120, Southfield, MI 48034.i30) 357.0510

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