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December 07, 1990 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-07

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movement and doing scenes
with music.
For information and
registration, call 661-1000,
Ext. 335. There is a fee.
The music department of
the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit is accepting adults
and children as students for
private study in piano, violin,
clarinet and jazz piano.
Lessons are taught at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch in Oak Park and the
Maple-Drake building in
West Bloomfield. For informa-
tion, call Annette Chajes,
661-1000, Ext. 352.
The Creative Ceramics
winter semester class for

What do you think
they're worth today?"

teens and adults has openings
for interested students. This
is a two hour class meeting at
7 p.m. Monday evenings at
the Maple-Drake building. It
is taught by Simona Alexan-
drov. For information, call
661-1000, Ext. 335.
The Jewish Community
Center will offer dance
classes for pre-school students
to adults, creative dance,
ballet, tap, jazz and Mid-
Eastern (belly) dancing.

— Albert Scagliorte, Park West Gallery

A new social dance class is
planned for sixth and seventh
graders as well as a new adult
ballroom dance class. For in-
formation, call 661-1000, Ext.

Beth El And Midrasha
Will Present Classes

A series of classes ranging
from Hebrew and Bible to
theology and ritual music
will begin Jan. 9 at Temple
Beth El.
"Reimaging the Bible" will
re-introduce Biblical heroes
as they really were using
Adin Steinsaltz' Biblical Im-
ages as the text. The class,
taught by Rabbi Bruce Aft,
will meet 7:30 p.m.
"Reform: Whither Goest
Thou?," with Rabbi Julian
Cook, will examine the
development of Reform
Judaism from its roots in the
European enlightenment to
the America of the contem-
porary world. The class will
meet at 7:30 p.m.
"Thinking Theologically,"

with Rabbi Daniel Polish will
examine the thoughts of four
influential modern thinkers
on Judaism. This class will
meet at 8:30 p.m.
"Come, Learn the Music of
Temple Beth El," conducted
by Cantor Gail Hirschenfang,
will present an opportunity to
learn the melodies used in
services and requires no
knowledge of Hebrew. It will
meet at 7:30 p.m.
The temple also presents
"Hebrew for Beginners," a
12-week course with Narda
Oz for those who want to
learn the weekly prayers. The
class will meet at 8:30 p.m.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Temple Beth El,
religious school, 851-1100.

"The Chagall lithograph is now worth
$54,000. The sofa? Perhaps a few hundred
dollars. Of course, not every work of art will

appreciate so dramatically. That's why so many
people come to us. Just as an interior designer
helps you put together the right environment,

we help you build an art collection. And it
doesn't have to be expensive. You could easily
collect an appreciable work of art for under
$1,000 . . . See for yourself. Visit the gallery. It's
not at all intimidating. In fact, it's quite
comfortable . . . Like your favorite sofa."



Dedicated to the appreciation of art.

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Adat Shalom Forum
On Staying Together


Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold an inter-active fami-
ly forum on "Staying
Together in the Age of
Divorce" 7:30 p.m. Dec. 12 at
the synagogue.
Elaine Zaks, a clinical
social worker, will be the
presenter. She is a member of
the senior staff of the Univer-
sity Center for the Child and
Family, affiliated with the
University of Michigan, and
has a private practice,
specializing in family and
marital therapy.
The program will be
moderated by David Techner,
funeral director and co-
founder of the Alicia Joy
Techner Parenting
This third and final pro-
gram in Adat Shalom's Fami-

ly Life Institute has been
planned by the synagogue's
Adult Study Commission in
conjunction with Jewish
Family Service. There is no

PNAI Hosts
Sivan Maas

PNAI (Parents of North
American Israelis) will hold
its Chanukah celebration
7:30 p.m. Dec. 12 at the
United Hebrew Schools
Sivan Maas, the shlicha
from Israel, will illustrate a
talk, "Architecture of the
Menorah," with slides and
other visuals. There will be a
sing-a-long and refreshments.
For information, call Emil
Wolok, 968-2611.





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Lawrence A. Berry
Chairman of the Board
Dr. Joseph N. Epel
Vice-President—Fund Raising
Morris Rochlin
Vice-President—Chapter Development
James A. Safran
Haim Schlick
Albert Newman
Hymie Cutler, D.Dan Kahn, Lawrence S. Jackier, Louis Milgrom


Paul D. Borman
Gerald Brody
Boyd Carnick
Bernard J. Cantor
Albert M. Colman
Robert Colten
Charles Gilson
Harold Goodman
Erwin Harvith
Louis G. Redstone
Moe Saslove
Herbert Schelberg
Gilbert Silverman
Carmi Slomovitz
Jack Stone

Irwin L. Elson
Walter L. Field
Mandel Foner
Louis Gelfand
Salman Grand
Robert C. Gurwin
Joel I. Hamburger, M.D.
Julius J. Harwood
Murray Hauptman
Peter Heiman
David Hermelin
Myron Milgrom
Samuel Schiff
Jerome Singer
Frank L. Theyleg

Martin Bader
Robert Brody
Cathy Deutchman
James Deutchman
Alex J. Etkin
Hiram A. Dorfman
Michael Egren
David E. Engelbert
Stephen Grand
David Jacknow, M.D.
Maurice Kurzmann
Marshall Lasser
Geoffrey Orley
Saul S. Saulson
Joel H. Shapiro




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