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March 16, 1990 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-16

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"A FRIENDS VIEW OF ISRAEL TODAY"
Art and Photo Exhibiton
March 24 through 31, 1990

paintings *

drawings *

prints and photographs featuring
ISRAEL -
images and symbols of people living in difficult times

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Midrasha Offers
Lecture Series

Congregation Beth Achim
and the Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies will co-
sponsor a three part lecture
series entitled, "Jewish
Medical Ethics — Abortion,
Euthanasia, Establishing
Criteria of Death: When Can
We Pull the Plug?"
Rabbi Rod Glogower, of the
Hillel Orthodox Union and

Lecture with Allen Barber on
Tuesday, March 27 7:30 pm

Taught at Hunter College, Parsons School, Yale University, has had over 20 one-
person shows, exhibits at Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Today is a photograher for the City of New York, The Booklyn Museum and
Newsweek.

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
6600 West Maple / West Bloomfield
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Open to the Public - no charge

PROFILE OF A PARTNER

PAULA MILGROM

Rabbi Rod Glogower

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NINE TO FIVE: Vice president and treasurer of Mercury Paint

Company, Detroit

WHEN THERE'S TIME: Reading, gardening, travel and, most of all,

time with...

FAMILY: Husband, Jerry Appelman; daughter, Elissa, 23; sons, Michael, 24, Jason, 19,

and Max, 3

ALMA MATER: University of Michigan, Class of '75, B.A. in American Studies

ACTIVITIES: Board of directors, Anti-Defamation League; member, National Association of

Women Business Owners and Shaarey Zedek Synagogue

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN ROLE: Business and Professional Women's $100 section

volunteer worker

PARTNERS
FOR LIFE

WHY SHE'S A PARTNER: "Being a Campaign worker has

given me a perspective of what's really important in the
Jewish community near and far."

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FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1990

Judaic Studies lecturer at the
University of Michigan will
speak. The series will be held
at 7:30 p.m. March 20, 27 and
April 3 at Congregation Beth
Achim. There is a charge.
For registration, call the
Midrasha, 352-1771 or Beth
Achim, 352-8670.
Temple Beth El and the
Midrasha are offering a
course "Back to the Basics:
What Can a Jew Believe," be-
ing taught by Rabbi Joseph
Gutmann. Rabbi Gutmann is
an art history professor at
Wayne State University. The
course will be an introduction
to Judaism and explore
Jewish beliefs in God and the
role of Torah. It will meet at
11:20 a.m. on March 18, April
1 and April 8 at Temple Beth
El. There is a charge.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117 or Tem-
ple Beth El, 851-1100.

Judaism Program
For Soviets Set

Machon L'Torah, The
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will introduce a
Jewish educational program
for newly arrived Russian
immigrants.
The project, called "The
Bar-Mitzvah Project," will of-
fer a three-month learning
program and will cover basic
Jewish information such as:
the Jewish calendar, holidays,
religious articles, synagogue
rituals and basic Hebrew.
This program is supported by

a grant from the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Detroit.
The first session will take
place at 3 p.m. March 18 at
the Jewish Community
Center Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building in Oak Park. Rabbi
Avraham Jacobovitz, director
of Machon L'Torah, will lead
the discussion. There is no
charge.
For reservations,. call
Machon, 967-0888 or Lena
Grinman, 569-6909 or
559-5005.
Machon L'Torah will pre-
sent Rabbi David Gottlieb,
lecturer at Tennebaum Col-
lege/Ohr Somayach, Jeru-
salem and Neve Yerusalayim
College at 7:30 p.m. March
26. Rabbi Gottlieb will speak
on "The Wall Crumbles/The
Curtain Parts — Today's
Global March to Freedom; Is
It a Harbinger of the Mes-
sianic Era?"
Rabbi Gottleib will speak at
the Machon L'Torah. For
reservations, call 967-0888.
There is no charge.

Adat Shalom Pupils
Travel To New York

Adat Shalom Synagogue
confirmation students will
travel to New York City
March 16-18 for a tour of the
Jewish highlights and other
city sights including the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
several synagogues, and the
Lower East Side.
The 23 students will be ac-
companied by Rabbi Elliot
Pachter and the Youth
Department Director Miriam
Starkman.

Barnea To Lead
Intifada Discussion

The Midrasha will present
Nahum Barnea, Detroit
Zionist Federation's scholar-
in-residence, 2 p.m. March 18,
as part of the "Sundays at the
Midrasha" program. He will
speak about "The Intifada:
Has It Had an Effect on the
Day to Day Life of the
Average Israeli?" Barnea is a
journalist and political colum-
nist of Yediot Aharanot.
The Morris and Sarah
Friedman Annual Lecture on
Yiddish Language and
Culture will be held at 2 p.m.
April 29.
Eugene
Orenstein,
associate professor of the
Department of Jewish
Studies, McGill University in
Montreal, will speak on
"Women's Voices in Yiddish
Poetry."
Both programs will be held
in the United Hebrew Schools
Building and are open to the
public at no charge.
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

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