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October 09, 1992 - Image 45

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-09

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Attention
Teens
and their parents

hardly a surprise that the
final day of Sukkot has come
to be known as Simchat
Torah, a day devoted to ex-
pressing our joy in the
Torah.
Torah is our hidden
weapon, guaranteeing vic-
tory when properly observ-
ed: "And it came to pass
when the Ark set forward
that Moses said, 'Rise up 0
Lord, and let your enemies
be scattered, and let those
who hate you flee before
you." (Numbers 10:35). And
Torah is the necessary con-
dition for our ultimate
redemption.
Sukkot is a magnificent
synthesis — and even dialec-
tic — of nature and spirit, of
agriculture and symbolism,
of this-world involvement
and coming-world redemp-
tion. May the post Sukkot
rain yield bountiful produce
in Israel and may the spiri-
tual waters of redemption
bring peace to Israel and the
world. ❑

THE ARTS

A Family Living Room Experience

SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 3 PM
Reader's Theater

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2 PM
"Today I am a Fountain Pen"
Jewish Ensemble Theatre

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2 PM
Film — To be announced

SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2 PM
"Grownups"
Jewish Ensemble Theatre

MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 7:30 PM
"An Evening About Jewish Music
with Doug Cotler"

SUNDAY, MAY 9, 2 PM
"Through the Artist's Eye: Social Issues
Today"— Janice Charach Epstein Gallery

Watch aplay...Listen to music ...Attend an art opening...

...then participate in a discussion with other teenagers and their parents
on contemporary Jewish issues led by rabbis, educators, psychologists.

Co-sponsored by Jewish Experiences for Families and The Department of Teen Education

Agency for Jewish Education

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Registration Fot

Beth Shalom
Hears Bolkosky

Author/historian Dr. Sidney
Bolkosky will kick off Con-
gregation Beth Shalom's
Shabbat lunch and learn
series Oct. 24 with a talk titl-
ed "Toward a Clear Definition
of Jewish Identity," an
analysis of what it means to
be a Jew in Detroit. The pro-
gram, sponsored by Beth
Shalom's New Cultural Com-
mission, follows Shabbat
services.
For reservations by Oct. 19,
call the synagogue office,
547-7970.
Based on his study of major
Jewish cultural, religious and
philanthropic groups in the
Detroit area, Dr. Bolkosky
will discuss a change in
Jewish unity and identity
sparked by Israel's 1967 Six-
Day war.

Sukkot Celebration
Set By Bais Chabad

An annual Sukkot celebra-
tion will be hosted by Bais
Chabad of North Oak Park
7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at the JPM
Jewish Community Center.
The evening will feature
live music by the ABZ Or-
chestra, dancing and
refreshments in the sukkah.
There will be a children's pro-
gram at 7:45 p.m. and a video-
presentation of "The Tishrei
Holidays with the Lubavit-
cher Rebbe." There will be a
nominal charge.

Name - Parent (s)

Name - Teenager (s)

Zip Code

City

Address

Work Phone

Home Phone

SPRING SERIES

FALL SERIES

COMPLETE SERIES

❑ $30 One adult, one teenager
❑ $13 One additional person

❑ $45 One adult, one teenager
❑ $20 One additional person

❑ $30 One adult, one teenager
❑ $13 One additional person

Make your check payable to Jewish Experiences for Families and mail to: J.E.F.F., 21550 W 12 Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48076

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 354-1050

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
METRO DETROIT DISTRICT

Announces Formation
of

ISRAEL INVESTMENT CLUB
"BET GROUP"

The club will invest in substantial Israeli Companies on the
New York, Nasdaq and American Stock Exchanges on Wall
Street.

Our purpose is to help create employment, research and
development in Israel and provide economic returns for
investors.

For information call,

MALCOLM LEVENTEN - 559 5492

-

Investment Coordinator

DESIGNS IN DECORATOR
LAMINATES

For High Quality Formica
Always At A Great Discount

SPECIALIZING
IN:
• Wall Units
• Bedrooms
• Dining Rooms
• Credenzas
• Tables
• Offices
ALSO
SPECIALIZING:
• Woods • Glass
• Stones • Lucite

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO COST A
FORTUNE . . . ONLY LOOK LIKE IT!

CALL LOIS HARON 851-6989

Allied Member ASID

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