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January 10, 1992 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-10

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Midrasha Sets
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Rabbi Norman Roman will
present a lecture in a lunch
and learn series noon Jan. 16
at the United Hebrew Schools
building. The series is co-
sponsored by B'nai B'rith
Michigan Regional Council,
Midrasha-College of Jewish
Studies, a division of the
Agency for Jewish Education,
and the Michigan Board of
Rabbis.
Rabbi Roman, of Temple
Kol Ami, will speak on "Con-
trasts between Jewish and
Christian Views of Messiah."
A kosher deli lunch will be
Feb. 20 with the Reverend
James Lyons, Director, Ecu-
menical Institute for Jewish-
Christian Studies, speaking
on "Are Christian Fundamen-
talists Friends of Israel?" and
March 26 with Rabbi Irwin
Groner of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek on "Dif-
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Christian Views on
Euthanasia."
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The Jewish Genealogical
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Midrasha Library at United
Hebrew Schools, Southfield.
Archivists Carolyn Texley
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sent a visual program on how
to preserve photographs and
written materials. Demon-
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remove acids from old papers
to prevent their deterioration
and what to do with priceless
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An ask-the-experts help ses-
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meeting.
For information, call David
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