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October 04, 1991 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-04

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DETROIT

BrNAI B'RITH MICHIGAN REGIONAL COUNCIL
MIDRASHA-COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES

( A division of the Agency for Jewish Education)

MICHIGAN BOARD OF RABBIS

Present

LUNCH AND LEARN LECTURE SERIES

Hall Of Fame
Selects Adray

"JUDAISM AND CHRISTIANITY"

THURSDAYS, 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P.M.

OCTOBER 17

FEBRUARY 20

'A Look of the Future of
Christian-Jewish Relations"
Speaker: Rabbi David Nelson

'Are Christian Fundamentalists
Friends of Israel?"
Speaker: Reverend James Lyons

Director, Ecumenical Institute
for Jewish-Christian Studies

Cong. Beth Shalom

NOVEMBER 21

"Jewish and Christian Life
Cycle Events"
Speaker: Cecilia J. Lakin, M.A., J.D.

Chair, Adult Education,
Temple Kol Ami

MARCH 26

"Differences between the Jewish
and Christian Views on Euthanasia"
Speaker: Rabbi Irwin Groner

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

DECEMBER 19

APRIL 30

"How Does Orthodoxy Look
of Christianity Today?"
Speaker: Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan

'A Catholic Looks at Judaism"
Speaker: Monsignor Alex J. Brunett

Associate Director,
Lubavitch Foundation

Pastor,
Shrine of the Little Flower

MAY 21

JANUARY 16

"Possible Jewish Origins of
Christian Art"
Speaker: Rabbi Joseph Gutmann

"Contrasts between Jewish and
Christian Views of Messiah"
Speaker: Rabbi Norman Roman

Adjunct Curator,
Detroit Institute of Arts

Temple Kol Ami

WHERE: Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies
United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan 48076

FEE: $7 per lecture or $50 for the entire series
includes lunch (Dietary laws observed)

Open to the
Entire Community

Reservations required.

For reservations or further information, please call the

Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies

at 352-7117

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Carol Kaczander

JIS Director
Will Speak

Carol Kaczander, director of
the Jewish Information Ser-
vice (JIS), will discuss com-
munity services for persons
with disabilities and
volunteer opportunities at a
Jewish Federation Young
Adult Division gathering,
7:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at Cran-
brook House.
She also will describe the
role of JIS as the central
phone number for the Jewish
community at the hors
d'oeuvres reception for young
adults interested in meeting
new people and learning
more about the community.
There is a fee for the event,
and valet parking is included.
For reservations and details,
call Rick Krosnick, 965-3939.

Technion Hosting
Two Special Events

A series of special events on
behalf of Technion-Israel In-
stitute of Technology will be
held this month. Detroit
philanthropist and world
Jewish leader Max M. Fisher
will receive an honorary doc-
torate from the Technion dur-
ing the ATS Crystal Ball on
Oct. 5 at the Plaza Hotel in
New York.
The Crystal Ball will be the
highlight of the 50th anniver-
sary celebration weekend for
the American Society for
Technion. The Jackier family
of Detroit, represented by
Lawrence and his mother,
Edythe, will also be honored
at the Crystal Ball as Tech-
nion Guardians, an honor
designated for lifetime donors
of $1 million or more.
The 43rd annual Detroit
Chapter Technion Party will
be held 6 p.m. Oct. 27 at
ClubLand. The featured
speaker will be Shlomo Drori,
director of public relations for
Israel's Dead Sea Works.
For party information, call
Technion, 737-1990.

Michael Adray will receive
the Alvin Foon Memorial
Award at the seventh annual
induction dinner of the
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame Nov. 4 at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek.
Mr. Adray has received
awards for his support of
athletics and for his involve-
ment in community affairs. In
addition to heading his
highly successful appliance
and photo center, he par-
ticipates in charitable
activities.
During the evening, the in-
duction of three new members
of the Jewish Sports Hall of
Fame will take place: the late
Abe Eliowitz, the late Joe
Magidsohn and Julius Gold-
man.
For ticket information, call
788-0921.

Seminary Holds
Sunday Event

The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, the
United Synagogue of
America, Michigan Region,
and the Conservative Rabbis
of Metropolitan Detroit will
present the annual Sunday at
the Seminary in Detroit 9:30
a.m.-12:15 p.m. Oct. 27 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue. The
event is chaired by Charlotte
Tessler.
Speakers will be Dr. Samuel
Klagsbrun, Dr. Devora Stein-
metz and Rabbi David Wolpe.
Dr. Klagsbrun is a visiting
professor in the department of
pastoral psychiatry at the
Seminary and associate
clinical professor of
psychiatry at Columbia
University's College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons. His topic
will be "Ethical Dilemmas."
Dr. Steinmetz, an instructor
in the Seminary's Talmud
department, is serving as the
director of Beit Rabban, a
new Jewish day school in New
York City. She will speak on
"The Story of Cain: Civiliza-
tion and Alienation."
Rabbi Wolpe is an instruc-
tor in modern Jewish thought
and director of the Ostrow
Library at the University of
Judaism in Los Angeles. His
presentation will be on "The
Changing Jewish Family."
Baby-sitting services will be
available. There is a registra-
tion fee. For information, call
the Seminary office,
559-9112.

From the lofty mountain
tops of science, the dawn of a
new day is seen earlier than
below in the turmoil of daily
life.

—Ferdinand Lassalle

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