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February 15, 1991 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-15

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m1 SYNAGOGUES I

FOR GULF WAR UPDATES, WHY WATCH
CENSORED NEWS NETWORKS?
HEAR THE ACTION ON YOUR
SHORTWAVE RADIO & SCANNER.

Rabbi Gordon

Lecture Series
At Oak Woods

The Young Israel of Oak-
Woods will hold its annual
Rabbi James I. Gordon lec-
ture 8 p.m. Feb. 25 at the
synagogue.
The speaker will be Rabbi
Macy Gordon of Jerusalem,
director of the Council of
Young Israel Rabbis in
Israel, and of "Just One Life,"
a social welfare project
directed towards Jewish birth
encouragement.
Rabbi Gordon will lecture
on "Artificial Insemination
and Donor Parenting: A
Jewish Moral and Ethical Ap-
proach to New Scientific De-
velopments in the Procreative
Process."
Rabbi Gordon's activities in-
cluded a governor's appoint-
ment to the Office of Con-
sumer Protection for the
State of New Jersey in the
area of kashruth,,
There is no charge for the
program.

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Arabia, the Voice of United Arab
Emirates, the BBC, Radio Canada or
the Voice of America in the privacy of
their home, car, boat or office. Short-
wave stations broadcast in English
and their native language as well as
other popular languages.
Chances are, "Desert Storm" oper-
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F.R.E.E. Plans
Services, Party

Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe will begin
holding services 6:30 p.m Feb.
15 at the Northgate
clubhouse.
Services begin at 9:30 a.m.
on Saturdays mornings and
end with a kiddush at noon.
The Moscow-born rabbi in-
troduces the prayers and
gives instructions in Russian.
Siddurim as well as
Chumashim with Russian
translation are available.
In addition to the emigres,
the congregation consists of
young American families who
live in the vicinity.
For information, call
F.R.E.E., 569-8514.
F.R.E.E. will host its year-
ly Megillah reading and
Purim celebration 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 27 at Congregation
Dovid Ben Nuchim. The
celebration will include a
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