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December 15, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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SYNAGOGUES

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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Presentation by noted orator

Rabbi Moshe Boudilousky

Educational Director of Shorashim Institute
Brooklyn, New York

Refreshments
will be served

Monday, Dec. 25, 1989 7:00 p.m.
Menorah Lighting 7:30 p.m.

Congregation Mogain Avraham
15751 West. Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan

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for the children

— No Charge —
For more information, please call
559.5005 or 569.6909

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1989

Chanukah Party
At B'nai Moshe

Congregation B'nai Moshe
will celebrate Chanukah with
a party, co-sponsored by its
sisterhood and men's club,
6:30 p.m. Dec. 27 at the
synagogue.
A latke dinner will be
followed by games, singing
and entertainment. Gifts will
be distributed to all children
who attend. There is a fee.
Non-member families are
welcome.
For reservations, call B'nai
Moshe, 548-9000. Reserva-
tions are required by Dec. 22.

Beth El
Slates Events

Bais Chabad
Plans Events

Maxie Collision, Inc.

(313) 737-7122
JIM FLEISCHER

Temple Israel will host
Soviet newcomers at a
Chanukah workshop 12:30
p.m. Dec. 17. This workshop is
open to all Family-to-Family
participants. There will be
food, and musical entertain-
ment by Gemini. Zina
Shaykhet will teach
Chanukah songs and
translate the story of
Chanukah.
The event is sponsored by
Temple Israel, Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Division
and National Council of
Jewish Women. For informa-
tion, contact NCJW,
258-6000; or Temple Israel,
661-5700.

The brotherhood of Temple
Beth El will hold a Chanukah
workshop Dec. 17 with Bel
El's Cantor Gail Hirschen-
fang. A full breakfast will be
served at 9:30 a.m. The
workshop will begin at 10
a.m. There is a charge for the
breakfast.
The temple's Beth Elders
will host a Chanukah latke
party non Dec. 26. There will
be entertainment after lunch.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions are due by Dec. 21.
For information, call Beth
El, 851-1100.

Yeshiva of the South, 390 S. White Station Road

FOREIGN

Temple Israel
Holds Workshop

169 W. 9 Mile
Ferndale

M. Sempliner

Reservations are being ac-
cepted for the Michigan-
Chabad Chanukah Shah-
baton at Camp Tamarack
Dec. 22 through Dec. 24. For
information, call Rabbi
Chaim Bergstein, 626-3194;
or Rabbi Elimelech
Silberberg, 626-1807.
Rabbi Silberberg of Bais
Chabad Torah Center will
deliver a lecture on "Judah,
Tamar and Moshiach" 8:15

p.m. Dec. 17 at the Torah
Center.
He will discuss the prac-
tical, historical and esoteric
implications of Chanukah 8
p.m. Dec. 19 at the Ann Arbor
Chabad House.

Adat Shalom
Chanukah Dinner

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold a Shabbat service
and family Chanukah dinner
Dec. 22.
Participants will gather for
a Kabbalat Shabbat service
at 5 p.m., followed by dinner
at 6 p.m. There is a charge for
the catered dinner.
The Chanukah dinner has
been planned by the
synagogue's Jewish Ex-
periences For Families com-
mittee. Interested families
should call the synagogue of-
fice, 851-5100, by Dec. 18.

I NEWS

Herzliya Oil Spill
Is Prevented

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A sunken
Israeli tanker was salvaged
last week without causing a
major oil spill.
But the captain of another
Israeli tanker was accused
by an Israeli panel Dec. 8 of
not cooperating fully with
Egypt in the investigation of
an oil spill in Egyptian
waters two months ago.
British salvage experts,
with the aid of the Cypriot
salvage tug Flying Enter-
prise, managed to ease the
1,000-ton refueling tanker
Eyal from the sea bed about
a mile from Herzliya, a
wealthy suburb and beach
resort north of Tel Aviv.
The Eyal, which is tiny by
tanker standards, was
floated without spilling any
of the 600 tons of oil still
aboard. About 60 tons
seeped out of the damaged
hull when the ship grounded
and sank a week earlier.
Meanwhile, Capt. Yosef
Zvi of the government-
owned tanker Nyuta was
raked over by the former
commander of the Israeli
navy, Adm. Avraham
Botzer, mainly for acts of
omission.
Botzer was appointed by
Energy Minister Moshe
Shahal to head an inquiry
into an alleged spill of oil
from the Nyuta into the Gulf
of Suez.
He faulted Zvi for failing
to inform the Nyuta's
operators, Tanker Service
Ltd., when the vessel was
first accused of spilling oil on
Oct. 17.

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