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TEMPLE BETH EL

Join us for Shabbat Services when Senator Carl
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Levin will be our featured speaker. Senator Levin is an



Senator Carl Levin

articulate and thoughtful lawmaker who has made his
legislative mark on some of the most crucial issues of our
time. An advocate of Israel, he has been instrumental in the
release of many Soviet Jews. Services begin at 8:00 p.m.
Free babysitting available.

Journalist Wolf Blitzer has mastered the political
scene in both Washington, D.C. and Israel. His book on the
Pollard spy affair has been lauded coast to coast for its razor
sharp assessment of the situation. Mr. Blitzer will speak at
10:00 a.m. on "Territory of Lies: Jonathan Pollard — What
Impact Will He Have on American Jews?" A complimentary
bagel breakfast will be served beforehand.

January 21



Dr. Melvin Bornstein

Rabbi Daniel F. Polish

Wolf Blitzer

Dr. Richard Simon

A three-part seminar on Living with Death. Two nationally-renowned
January 7, 21, 28
psychiatrists, Drs. Richard Simon and Melvin Bornstein and Temple Beth El's Rabbi, Daniel
Polish, will discuss the rituals of death in the Jewish tradition and the psychoanalytic



perspective on how the idea of death is understood and accepted. Each program begins
at 7:30 p.m. Cost for the series is $20.00. Presented in conjunction with the Michigan
Psychoanalytic Institute.

Please call Temple Beth El, 851-1100 for information on any of these programs.

Temple Beth El

7400 Telegraph Road

Birmingham, Michigan

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