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March 30, 1990 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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Beth El Sets
Music Program



A year at Kibbutz High School in Israel:

A SPECIAL experience for the outstanding North American high schooler.

Kfar Blum for 10th graders, Beit Hashita for 1 1 th graders, both long
established kibbutzim located in Northern Israel.
x:x A full U.S. 10th or 1 1 th grade curriculum plus Hebrew instruction in modern
language facilities.
appointed dormitories and state-of-the-art laboratories and computer
* Each student "adopted" by a kibbutz family.
* Working part time on the communal farm. At Kibbutz High, students learn
Israel by living it.


For more information on this
once-in-a-lifetime, unforgettable
experience, please return this
coupon to:
Kibbutz High School
B'nai B'rith Israel Commission
1640 Rhode Island Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20036-3278

(202) 857-6580 FAX: (202) 857-1099

Check One:

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❑ I would like additional information.

❑ I would like an application packet.


Professor Samuel Adler will
be at Temple Beth El's Shab-
bat weekend April 6-7 as
On April 6, Adler will pre-
sent a sermon in song titled
"The Music of the German,
Viennese, and French
Synagogue: Our Reform
Heritage." He will be assisted
by the temple Beth El
Chorale and the Festival
Chorus of Eastern Michigan
University as well as by
Beth El's Cantor Gail P.
On April 7 at 5:30 p.m.,
Adler will present his latest
work, "Havdalah," at a Hav-
dalah service which will be
followed by a twilight concert
of some secular works for the
solo violin and harpsichord.
Guest artists for the evening
will be Prof. Steven Shipps
(violin) and Vivian Mont-
gomery (harpsichord).
Cantor Hirschenfang will
present a song cycle "Three
Songs About Love." A wine
and cheese reception will

B'nai Moshe
Sets Seders

• 3 meals plus snacks

• Activities galore
thru AZA volunteers

The children of the B'nai
Moshe Nursery School, West
Bloomfield Branch, will hold
an intergenerational model
seder with residents of
Fleischman Hall in West
Bloomfield at 10 a.m. April 6.
Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz will
lead the seder, assisted by
Nursery School Director
Robin Meyerowitz. Relatives
of Fleischman Hall residents
are welcome to attend.
A model seder will also be
held for children attending
the Oak Park branch of the
nursery school and their
parents at the Oak Park loca-
tion 12:45 p.m. April 4. Rab-
bi Meyerowitz will conduct
the seder, assisted by music
teacher Elaine Serling and
Mrs. Meyerowitz.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 548-9000; or the
nursery school, 546-8040.

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• Share a smile,
be a volunteer

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FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1990

The Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek will
honor the members of the
adult bat mitzvah classes of
1984, 1986, 1988 and 1990 at
its tenth annual Sisterhood
Sabbath 8:45 a.m. April 7.
Anita Millman, Sisterhood
president, will speak. Torah
readers include Marcia Box-
man, Miriam Goldberg, Linda
Jacobson, Sharon Rosen, Rus-
ty Rosman, Judith Stulberg,
Elizabeth Tam, Bonnie Top-


per, Gail Tukel and Faye
Ullmann. Maftir will be
chanted by Marjorie Saulson,
and the Haftorah will be
chanted by Ruthe Goldstein.
Other participants include
Deborah Balkin, Ann
Baruch, Tobye Bello, Judith
Blumeno, Sandra Cherrin,
Jacqueline Elkus, Marilyn
Hortick, Linda Gold, Gail
Goodstein, Randee Lipman,
Sandra Schwartz, Marlene
Toft and Dottie Wagner.
A special kiddush will
follow the service.

B'nai Moshe
Hosts Kesher

Congregation B'nai Moshe
will host Kesher, the young
adult group for singles and
married couples, ages 25-40,
sponsored by the Conser-
vative Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit at 8 p.m. April 6.
Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz
and Cantor Louis Klein will
conduct the service which
will be followed by an oneg
Shabbat and program.
Dr. Jerome Horwitz, chair-
man of the Michigan Cancer
Foundation's Department of
Chemistry, will speak on
"Can We Protect Ourselves
from AIDS Before It's Too
Kesher's goal is to provide
a comfortable, traditional set-
ting for young adults to meet,
socialize, and develop or
maintain their own affiliation
with a Conservative con-
gregation and the Conser-
vative movement.



Accused Nazi's
Home Seized

Toronto (JTA) — The home
of accused Nazi war criminal
Imre Finta has been ordered
seized and sold, to help pay
off legal debts incurred when
he launched a libel suit
against a television net-
After hearing that Finta
owes at least $240,000 in
legal costs to the Canadian
Television Network (CTV),
Justice Jean MacFarland of
the Supreme Court of On-
tario has directed the
sheriff's office to take over
Finta's suburban Toronto
Finta, whose war-crimes
trial has received substan-
tial publicity, sued CTV over
allegations made in a 1983
broadcast, but dropped the
action in 1986.
Finta, 77, is on trial on
charges of manslaughter,
kidnapping, confinement
and robbery in connection
with 8,617 Hungarian Jews
in 1944.

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