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October 29, 1993 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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OCTOBER 29, 1993

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A discussion of "Heart
rik Smart Kosher" will be fea-
tured at the Kosher Food
Fair, Oct. 31, at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Jewish Com-
munity Center.
A nutritionist from Sinai
Hospital will discuss menus
and ways to prepare healthy
kosher meals at the program,
sponsored by the Neighborhood
Project of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit.
The afternoon, which will
present a taste of the tradition-
al and not-so-traditional Jew-
ish fare, will include food
retailers and caterers exhibit-
ing samples of their selections
and cooking demonstrations.
There will be entertainment,
including folk singer Judy Gold-
stein, prizes and holiday table
settings by local celebrities.
The fair, which will feature
both meat and dairy food, is un-
der the supervision of the Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis. The fair
is co-sponsored by Comerica
Bank, Manischewitz, the Jew-
ish Community Center and
Jewish Federation Apartments.
For information, call Rhoda
Raderman, 967-1112.

Calendar

Friday, October 29 — Com-
munity-wide Shabbat service
for singles at Congregation
Beth Achim, 8:30 p.m.
Howard Simon of the ACLU
will discuss "The Precarious
Status of the Jew as a Reli-
gious Minority."

Ahavas Chesed Bikur
Cholim has made
arrangements for kosher
food to be available in the
emergency room at Provi-
dence Hospital. Accompa-
nying family members will
also be accommodated.
Ahavas Chesed "Friendly
Visitors" go on a regular ba-
sis to nursing homes, hospi-
tals and to the sick and
home-bound.
To join Ahavas Chesed, call
Sonia Ribiat, 967-3606.

Saturday, October 30 —

Biennial Michigan district
conference for Workmen's
Circle/Arbiter Ring. Speaker
will be Karl Zuckerman, na-
tional director of member-
ship. Call 545-0985.

Saturday, October 30 —

"Are We One People?" lecture
by David Gad-Harf, execu-
tive director of the Jewish
Community Council. It's part
of Congregation Beth
Shalom's lunch-and-learn se-
ries following Shabbat ser-
vices. Call 549-7970.

Sunday, October 31 —

Kosher Food Fair at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center, 1-4 p.m.

Monday, November 1 —
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame dinner at Shaarey
Zedek, 6 p.m. Tiger manager
Sparky Anderson will speak.
Toastmasters will be Denny
McLain and Eli Zaret, and
Harry Eisenstat, Albert Sil-
ber and the late Ralph Gold-
stein will be honored. Call
788-0921.

Israel Politics
Is Forum Topic

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B'nai Moshe
Honors Sexton

Shalom Ralph will become sex-
ton emeritus of Congregation
B'nai Moshe effective Novem-
ber.
B'nai Moshe will honor Mr.
Ralph for his 45 years of service
with a dinner dance Nov. 21.
To make reservations, call
the synagogue office, 788-0600.
The event will also kick off a
special Shalom Ralph building
fund campaign. Call the syna-
gogue office to contribute.

JEMSH
NATIONAL
FUND

At the Jewish National Fund Dedication of the JNF Charach Building, Dr.

Samuel i. Cohen spoke. Dr. Cohen also presented Manny and Natalie
Charach with a tribute plaque for their generosity in providing an office
building forJNF. Pictured are: Ed Rosenthal, Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, Natalie
Charach, Manny Charach and Eli A. Scherr.

"Israel: the Politics of Reli-
gion" will be the subject of a
community forum 7:30 p.m
Nov. 4 in the Agency for Jew-
ish Education, sponsored by
the American Zionist Move-
ment, Michigan Region.
The forum will discuss
"What should be the role of
reli gi on in Israeli government
and society?" Panelists in-
clude: Rabbi Milton Arm;
Professor Robert Sedler,
IMayne State University Law
School; Rabbi Dov Bergstein,
Farmington Hills. John
O'Neill, chairman of the Fo-
rum Committee of AZM
Michigan Region, will serve

as moderator.
There is no charge.

Monday, November 1

Grosse Pointe Jewish Coun-
cil will host a lecture on the
Detroit Institute of Arts Film
Theater, by its director, El-
liot Wilhelm, 7:30 p.m. at
Grosse Pointe Unitarian
Church. Call 886-3078.

Monday, November 1 —
Balfour Celebration, starring
Joel Grey and honoring I.
Walter and Anne Silver, at
the Fox Theatre, 7:30 p.m.
Call 569-1515.

Wednesday, November 3

— Midrasha/Adat Shalom fo-
rum on identity, continuity
and intermarriage, 7:30 p.m.
at Adat Shalom. Speaker will
be Rabbi David Gordis, pres-
ident of Hebrew College in
Boston. Call 354-1050.

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