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September 11, 1992 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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The Jewish Community Center
with
Nancy Gurwin Productions
presents the musical

YAD EZRA

feeding the lew/h Hyhgry

BUY A CASE OF FOOD!

Use this coupon to help feed the Jewish hungry. YAD EZRA
will use your donations to purchase cases of food and
distribute them to our neighbors in need.

SEMI MIN 1=11

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MARK AN "X" NEXT TO THE FOODS
YOU WISH TO BUY FOR THE HUNGRY








1 case 6.5 oz. chunk tuna in water
1 case peanut butter (creamy)
1 case Quaker oatmeal (18 oz.)
1 case thin spaghetti (16 oz.)
1 case Matzo Meal (12 oz.)
1 case Horowitz-Margaretan
soup mix in tubes (6 oz.)
❑ 1 case raw rice (1 lb.)
❑ 1 case flour (20-56)

$30.00 case
$21.00 case
$35.00 case
$17.00 case
$32.00 case

$13.75 case
$12.33 case
$15.00 case

Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
for
case(s) of food as a tax deductible con-
tribution to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

Name

Directed and Choreographed by Kathi Bush
Music Director: Priscilla Benson
OPENS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 — 8:30 p.m

Saturday, September 12 — 8:30 p.m., M/D Bldg.
Sunday, September 13 — Matinee 2:00 p.m.
Evening 7:00 p.m., M/D Bldg.
Saturday, September 19 — 8:30 p.m., M/D Bldg.
Sunday, September 20 — 7:00 p.m., MID Bldg.
Thursday, September 24 —7:30 p.m., MAD Bldg.
Saturday, September 26 — 8:30 p.m., MID Bldg.
Saturday, October 3 —
8:30 p.m., M/D Bldg.
Sunday, October 4 —
Matinee 2:00 p.m.
Evening 7:00 p.m., M/D Bldg.
Saturday, October 10 — 8:30 p.m., MID Bldg.
Sunday, October 11 —
7:00 p.m., M/D Bldg.

General Admission $15, Seniors $12.50, Students $10
— Group Rates Available —

For reservations call the Jewish Community Center at 661-1000
or Nancy Gurwin at 354-0545

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te‘amaSTE'

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HUDSON'S, HARMONY HOUSE
& SOUND WAREHOUSE

CALL-FOR-TIX (313) 645-6666

Presented at
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield

SEPHARDIC COMMUNITY

Address

City/State/Zip

Make checks payable to: YAD EZRA
and mail to: 26641 Harding
Oak Park, MI 48237

Tributes and Memorials Available

For more information, call (313) 548-FOOD (3663).

HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES

Commemorating 500 Years Since the Expulsion
Officiated by RABBI SOLOMON MAIMON
and Hazan Bension Maimon

SELICHOT SERVICES

10:00 p.m. Saturday, September 19
– Sephardic Refreshments —

ROSH HASHANAH
YOM KIPPUR
Sunday, Sept. 27 6:45 pm
Tuesday, Oct. 6 6:30 pm
Monday, Sept. 28 9:00 am Wednesday, Oct. 7 9:00 am
Tuesday, Sept. 29 9:00 am

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER

18451 West Ten Mile, Southfield
For reservations call,
SHIRLEY BEHAR 557-8551 MARY PAPO 967-4414

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THEM WITH A BASKET

CALL: A TISKET A TASKIET

k%,?z ,CUSTOM GIFT BASKETS & GOURMET TRAYS

661-4789

Barbara Kaplan
Judi Shefman

7 Days a Week

HOSPITALITY,
NEW BABIES,
GET WELL,
SHIVA, ETC.

Rabbi

Continued on preceding page

proclaimed messiah.
The rabbi has now wrestl-
ed with the Holocaust and
genocides and massacres for
three decades. Neither dour
nor downbeat, he no longer
believes in the moral pro-
gress of mankind.
"The best we can do," he
said, "is elect people who
create less of a chance of
genocide on our planet."
Since writing After
Auschwitz, Rabbi Rubens-
tein has written an average
of one book every four years.
Yet, that is the book for
which he will always be re-
membered, the one that
drove the "renegade son,"
as Rabbi Berenbaum has
called him, out of the Jewish
community. A dime-store
psychologist might say that,
among the Moonies, Rabbi
Rubenstein* found the accep-
tance and, certainly, the fi-
nancial resources that the
Jewish community had de-
nied him.
Yet, the rabbi never con-
sidered himself a
"renegade":
"I still belong to the Rab-
binical Assembly of America
[the umbrella group for Con-
servative rabbis in the U.S.]
and I belong to a Reform
congregation in Tallahassee.
I haven't had a fight with
anyone in the Jewish com-
munity in almost 20 years. I
never turned my back on the
Jewish community." ❑

.

j N EWS

Kessim Fail
Recognition

Jerusalem (JTA) — Hav-
ing failed to win full- fledged
recognition from Israel's two
chief rabbis, the Ethiopian
Jewish community's re-
ligious leaders have resum-
ed a sit-in demonstration at
the Prime Minister's Office.
The religious leaders,
known as kessim, are seek-
ing the authority granted
rabbis in Israel to perform
marriages and divorces.
Their request has met with
consistent refusal on the
part of Israel's chief rab-
binical council.
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Avraham Shapiro told the
kessim that they were not
sufficiently knowledgeable
to carry out these duties and
at most would be permitted
to act as religious guides,
pending a review of the
matter.
The Ethiopian clerics re-
jected his offer to set up a
committee to study the issue
and instead left Hechal
Shlomo, the seat of the Chief
Rabbinate, for the Rose

Garden and the sit-in.

62

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1992

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