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September 18, 1992 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-18

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CONGREGATION
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM
High Holiday Services

I

SYNAGOGUES h"

Will be held at

Jewish Community Center
Prentis Branch
15110 W. Ten Mile, Oak Park

Beth El Offers
Judaism Seminar

"Introduction to Judaism,"
a 15-week seminar, will be of-
fered this fall by Temple Beth
El. The class, led by Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, will meet
Monday evenings 8-9:30 p.m.
Oct. 26-Feb. 22 at the temple.
The course will focus on
Jewish practices, customs and
ceremonies, biblical founda-
tions, history, the basic beliefs
of the mainstream branches
of modern Judaism and more.
Couples are encouraged to
take the seminar together
and will be charged only a
single fee.
To register or for informa-
tion, call the temple religious
school office, 851-1100.

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INTERIORS

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Review, Talk
By Rabbi Wine

DR. MORDECHAI WALDMAN

Will Officiate
Traditional Liturgy

RABBI LEO Y. GOLDMAN

Handicapism.
It's Thinking
That People
With Disabilities
Are Different.

People with disa-
bilities are really like
the rest of us—diverse,
complex, each with
different strengths
and weaknesses,
likes and dislikes.

Sometimes they
may need more help
than you do. But they
always need a smile,
a hello, respect and
dignity. Just like you.

Treat every person
you meet like a
person. It's as simple
as that.

Will Deliver the Sermons.
For reservations call the
office,
547-8555
or
542-4444 or members of
the ticket committee.

Sam Kalfus . . .968-3712
Jenoe Roth . . 967-3560
Michael Weiss 399-5388

Traditional Hebrew English
Prayer Book Available Free.
Our Daily and Sabbath ser-
vices and classes are held
throughout the year.

YOGA CLASSES

Gain flexibility and strength-

Alleviate aches & pains from
backache, arthritis, etc. and
just plain feel areat!!
NOT a meditation course -
Good for all ages - custom
modified to accommodate
physical limitations & prevent
injury. Iyenaar yoga teacher
is former phys ed. instructor.
Starts Tues Sept 22, 6 pm,
St. Lukes Episcopal Church,
Ferndale. S56 for 8 weeks.
Call Jo Ann Reis 547-3893.



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48

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1992

"THE FINEST IN CUSTOM
CABINETS FOR HOME OR OFFICE"

Rabbi Wine of the Birm-
ingham Temple will present a
review of Saving Remnants:
Being Jewish in America, the
new survey of American Jews
by Sarah Bershtel and Alan
Graubard, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 21
at the temple.
A discussion will follow,
there is a charge.
Rabbi Wine will describe
the philosophy and the pro-,
grams of the Birmingham
Temple and of Humanistic
Judaism, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 23,
30 in the temple library.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the temple office,
477-1410.

I

NEWS

Italian Jews
Get Support

Rome (JTA) — Italian
President Oscar Luigi
Scalfaro paid a visit to
Rome's chief rabbi to dem-
onstrate his solidarity with
the Jewish community in
light of recent violence by
skinhead youths and other-
manifestations of anti-
Semitism here and
elsewhere in Europe.
"I am and will always be
with you, as I always have
been," Mr. Scalfaro told
Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff.
"I want to express a clear
condemnation of every res-
urgence of racism and anti-
Semitism, which has already
caused such great tragedy in
Europe in this century," he
said.
The visit came hours after
anti-Semitic slogans and
swastikas were discovered
scrawled on graves in the
Jewish section of the
municipal cemetery at San
Remo, the resort city on the
Italian Riviera.

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