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February 09, 1990 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-09

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Rabbi Yosil Rosenzweig has
been appointed rabbi of Con-
gregation Shaar HaShoma-
yim in Windsor.
Rabbi Rosenzweig, who
grew up in Windsor, was
educated in the Beth
Yehudah Schools in Detroit,
as well as yeshivot in New
York, St. Louis, Missouri,
Jerusalem Beit Din and
Yeshivah Toras Yisroel.
He lived in Winnipeg,
Manitoba, where he served as

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Elliot Pachter, pediatrician
Dr. Jeffrey Devries, and Dr.
Gail Berkove, a specialist in
family therapy and parenting.
There is no charge. To
register, call Harriet,
851-5100.
Throughout the year, cer-
tified Lamaze instruction by
Sinai Hospital personnel also
is taking place at the
synagogue. Each Lamaze pro-
gram consists of seven, two-
hour classes to prepare expec-
tant parents for labor and
delivery. Classes will be held
7:30 p.m. Feb. 14, March 29,
June 6 and July 19. There is
a fee. To register, call Sinai,
493-6022. •
Lamazel Tov has been
planned by Adat Shalom in
cooperation with Jewish Ex-
periences For Families.

Rabbi Yosil Rosenzweig

regional director of the Cana-
dian Zionist Federation, Mid-
West Region. Rabbi Rosen-
zweig made aliyah to Israel in
1978 with his family.
He served as Education
Director of Gesher Educa-
tional Affiliates and co-
founded the Livnot U'lehiba-
not program in Safat, Israel.
He is an accomplished musi-
cian and composer; two of his
songs placed first in the
Israeli Chassidic Song
Festival.
Shaar
Congregation
Hashomayim has recently
elected a new slate of officers:
Bezalel Folk, president; David
Lazarus, executive vice presi-
dent; Jacob Rosenzweig,
religious vice president;
William Berk, secretary; Saul
Bernstein, treasurer; William
Abraham, gabbai; Frances
Goldberg, religious school
chairman; and Susan Berger,
religious school secretary.

Expectant Parents'
Courses Offered

Adat Shalom Synagogue is
offering Lamazel Ibv, two pro-
grams to help soon-to-be
Jewish parents prepare for
the arrival of their babies,
7:30 p.m. March 1, 8, and 15.
Couples will explore Hebrew
names, brit milah and nam-
ing ceremonies.
The program will feature

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent an "International
Federation Sabbath" honor-
ing the International Federa-
tion of Secular Humanistic
Jews and the International
Institute for Secular Human-
istic Judaism 8:30 p.m. Feb. 9.
Yehuda Bauer, professor of
Holocaust studies at the
Hebrew University and chair-
man of the International
Federation and the Interna-
tional Institute, will discuss
"The Future of Israel."
Rabbi Wine will present the
second of three talks on the
theme "The Fall of the Com-
munist Empire" 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 12. His topic will be
"Poland, Czechoslovakia,
Hungary and Bulgaria."
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
477-1410.

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NEWS l'immm.1'

Israeli News
Service Slated

Jerusalem — The Israel
Broadcasting Authority has
given Director-General Arye
Mekel 30 days in which to
get an English-language
television news program on
the air. The program was
originally scheduled to begin
on January 15.
Arabic Television head
Yosef Barel, whom Mekel
appointed as executive pro-
d-ucer of the English-
language news, said -it was
inconceivable that, given the
general anti-Israel bias in
foreign electronic media, no
attempt was being made
here to strike a balance.
Indicating that all the
necessary preparations for

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