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November 26, 1993 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-26

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Zionist Leader
Talks At Forums

Judi Wideszky, chairperson of
the World Labor Zionist Move-
me-A, will discuss the peace
process, women's issues and Is-
raeli politics Nov. 28 at two fo-
rums sponsored by the Labor
Zionist alliance. At 2 p.m., she
will give an "Israel Update" at
the Lieberman Meeting Hall,
25900 Greenfield Rd., Suite
205E, Oak Park. At 4:30 p.m.
she will discuss "Current Issues
in Israel: What's next for Labor
Likud and the PLO" at a forum
sponsored by the Labor Zionist
Alliance (LZA), Branch 960 at
the home of Jeremy and Vicki
Salinger, in Southfield. The
public is invited and refresh-
ments will be served at both fo-
rums.
In addition to her position
heading the World Labor Zion-
ist Movement, Ms. Widetzky
serves in the leadership Bureau
of the Israel Labor Party and is
chairperson of the Women's Di-
vision of its Jerusalem branch.
She served as president of the
Council of Women's Organiza-
tions in Israel from 1989 to
1991. She is presently vice pres-
ident of the International Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and an
executive member of the Inter-
national council of Women.
For information, call either
the LZA office, 967-3170; or Je-
remy Salinger, 353-5552.

Educators
Plan Institute

The Institute on Judaism
sponsored by Temple Israel Sis-
terhood will be held Dec. 8 at
the temple. This all-day semi-
nar will provide educators an
opportunity to better under-
stand their Jewish students
and the rituals and symbols of
faith.
Rabbis M. Robert Syme,
Harold Loss and Paul Yedwab
will conduct workshops and will
provide a question-and-answer
period at the end of the day.
The keynote speaker will be
Rabbi Daniel B. Syme, the vice
president of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations.

Family Camp
At Butzel

Tamarack Camps will offer a
New Year Family Camp Dec.
30-Jan. 2 at Butzel Conference
Center in northern Oakland
County. The event is intended
for children and parents and in-
cludes a New Year's party with
Benny and the Jets band, a
square dance with Cowboy Ari-
zona, seasonal outdoor activi-

ties, talent show, hay rides,
crafts, and evening activities for
adults.
The food service is kosher,
and counselors from the sum-
mer plan and direct the activi-
ties. Interested families are
asked to call Tamarack, 661-
0600.

Stars Of David
Chanukah Party

Stars of David will hold its
Chanukah party at Beth
Shalom Synagogue 14601 Lin-
coln, Oak Park, from 1-3 p.m.
Dec. 5. Stars of David is a sup-
port group for adoptive and
prospective adoptive families.
There is a charge.
For information call, David
Flaisher, 661-3978.

Assisted Suicide
Panel Set

The Adult Study Commission
and the Men's Club of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will present
a panel discussion to explore
"Jewish Perspectives on As-
sisted Suicide." 7:30 p.m. Dec.
2 at the synagogue.
The three panelists, repre-
senting a variety of Jewish in-
stitutions, who will offer their
own personal views on this is-
sue, are Rabbi Martin Berman,
Congregation Beth Achim; Rab-
bi E.B. Freedman, director of
planning, Hospice of South-
eastern Michigan; and Dr. Marc
Dunn, director of Critical Care,
Sinai Hospital.
Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will moder-
ate the discussion. Panelists
will respond to questions from
the audience.
The program is open to the
community. Coffee will be
served. There is no charge.

Adat Shalom
Theater Party

The sisterhood of Adat Shalom
will sponsor a theater party
Dec. 11 to see The Price, by
Arthur Miller, produced by the
Jewish Ensemble Theatre.
The performance, which
begins at 8 p.m., will take
place at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.
Following the show, partici-
pants are invited to a dessert
afterglow. Playgoers also will
have the opportunity to view
"The Artist & The Quilt," an
exhibition of contemporary
quilts in the Janice Charach
Epstein Museum/Gallery.
There is a charge. Final
reservation deadline is Nov.
29. For information, call the
synagogue office, 851-5100.



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