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September 15, 1989 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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""1 SYNAGOGUES I

AT LAST!

from Emory in Atlanta.
As a member of the Israel
foreign ministry, Bar-Ner was
posted in Bombay, Copen-
hagen, Washington D.C., and
New York. He also served as

B. H

A NEIGHDORHOOD MINYAN
IN

(rolosim & Prayer Books will be provided)

Kiddush Following
Services

EVERYONE
WELCOME

-

Next Two Services:
Saturday, September 23, 9:30 A.M.
Sunday, October 15 (2nd Day Sukkot) 9:30 A.M.

Latin America
Is Topic Of Talk

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the first of two reviews
on the theme "Turmoil in
Latin America" 8:30 p.m.
Monday. He will discuss
"Argentina — The Return of
the Peronistas."
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
477-1410.

NEWS

I

Anti-Semitic
Violence Rises

Jerusalem (JTA) — There
were 35 incidents of anti-
Semitic violence in Europe
and South America in the
past year, compared with six
incidents three years ago.
That was one of the distur-
bing statistics contained in a
special report presented to
the Cabinet recently.
The report was compiled
from Israeli and Jewish
organizational sources which
keep track of anti-Semitic
manifetations in North and
South America, Western
Europe and the Soviet Bloc
states.

TEMPLE ISRAEL

Invites You To Join Us
The Weekend Of Selichot

Intellectually
Stimulating

DR. MICHAEL J. COOK

Professor of Intertestamental
and Early Christian Literature,
HUC-J I R
SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE
Sponsored by the
DR. ROBERT M. GOLDBERG
MEMORIAL FUND

HUNTINGTON WOODS

Traditional Services
led by
Rabbi Y. Kagan

Uri Bar-Ner
director of the information
division of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and during
the past two years worked as
executive director of medical
developments in Israel. His
projects as director included
the completion of the first
children's medical center in
Israel and the Middle East, a
medical research center and
a major surgical complex.
The community is invited. -
Free babysitting will be
available.

.

BURTON SCHOOL • 26315 SCOTIA
For further information call
David Morrison — 542-1491
Ron Sandier — 548-3217

A PROJECT OF BATS CHABAD TORAH CENTER

SEPHARDI COMMUNITY

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

Zionist Cultural Center

18451 West Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, MI

DR. MICHAEL J. COOK
will address the congregation and guests

Friday, September 22, 8:00 A.M. Sabbath Services
"JEWS, CHRISTIANS, AND THE BIBLE—WHAT
WE SHARE AND WHERE WE DIFFER"
Saturday, September 23, 10:30 A.M. Sabbath Services
"STRANGERS IN OUR LAND"

(Oneg Shabbat following service)

Spiritually Moving
SELICHOT SERVICE

to prepare us for the New Year as we
usher in the High Holy Days

Saturday Evening, September 23rd
7:30 PM. New Member Welcoming Dinner

(by invitation only)

9:30 P.M.

Staged Reading by

SELICHOT SERVICE

EVELYN ORBACH

DAVID HAZAN, CANTOR
SALVATORE KATAN, CANTOR
ASSISTED BY DR. RAPHAEL BARFI
GILBERT SENOR, SEXTON
DAVID CHICOREL, SAM PAPO, GABRIEL SALAMA,

acclaimed actress and a
company of
professional actors
"THE GATES ARE CLOSING"
by Merle Feld
10:30 P.M. RECEPTION
sponsored by
,Temple Israel Affiliates
TEMPLE ISRAEL

10:00 P.M. Saturday, SEPT. 23rd
Oriental Refreshments

.

CHAIRMEN

For Reservations Call,

SHIRLEY BEHAR — 557-8551
MARY PAPO — 967.4414

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

Salutes

SHERMAN and MARY SHAPIRO

Who have given ZOA exemplary leadership
and dedicated service for many years.
On the occasion of the tribute accorded
them by the Jewish National Fund on
SEPTEMBER 17, 1989 at Temple Beth El

5725 Walnut Lake Rd.
W. Bloomfield, Ml

661-5700

EVELYN ORBACH

11:00 P.M. SERVICES
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Rabbi Harold S. Loss
Rabbi Paul M. Yedwab
Cantor Harold Orbach

FOR A SWEET
NEW YEAR

ORDER A CANDY OR NUT TRAY
FROM

TRES SWEET

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