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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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Temple Hosts Hospice Panel Discussion

T

emple Israel will host a panel discussion of Jewish hospice service offered by Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan 7-8:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at the temple. Panel participants will include
Temple Israel's Rabbi M. Robert Syme; David Tec.hner; funeral director, Ira Kaufman;
Dr. John Finn, executive director of Hospice of Southeastern Michigan; and Rabbi E. F.
Freedman, director of planning, Hospice of Southeastern Michigan.
The panel will focus on the issues facing terminally ill individuals and their families and
loved ones. The purpose is to inform the Jewish community about Hospice.
There is no charge for the program.

Slomovitz
Memorial

n ARMDI Mai-
monides Award was
recently presented to
Carmi and Gabriel Slo-
movitz by Louis L. Silver-
farb.
An ambulance was giv-
en in memory of Philip Slo-
movitz by his many friends
at the Michigan region.

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Silvers
Receives

WA Award

r. I. Walter
and Anne
Gonte Silver
received ZOA's Bran-
deis Award at the
M. Robert Syme, Dr. and
60th Balfour
tion concert at the Fox
Silverman,
Theatre. Shown. are Cantor Harold
Orback, past national president of ZOA.
Mrs. I. Walter Silver and Sidney Silverman,

Rabbi Leads
Study Series

R

abbi Rod Glogower, scholar in
residence at the Midrasha
Center for Adult Jewish
Learning and rabbi of the Orthodox
Hillel Minyan at the University of
Michigan-Ann Arbor, will lead a two-
part adult Jewish study series on
Chanukah themes Dec. 7, 14. There
is a charge. Both study sessions will
be held at the Midrasha, 21550 West
12 Mile Road, Southfield from 7:30
- 8:30 p.m. Students may attend ei-
ther or both sessions; each evening's
study program will be self-contained.
On December 7, Rabbi Glogower
will discuss, "The Lights of
Chanukah: The Great Talmudic De-
bate between Shammai and Hillel."
On Dec. 14, his subject will be "The
Silver Lining of the Syrian-Greek
Persecution." Reading knowledge of
Hebrew would be helpful but is not
required. All texts will be translat-
ed into English by Rabbi Glogower.
Advance registration is required.
For information or to register, call
Midrasha, 354-1050.

Calendar

Saturday, November 27


Kiddush, honoring B'nai
B'rith's 150th anniversary,
following morning services at
Congregation B'nai David.

Saturday, November 27


B'nai B'rith Comedy Night at
Mark Ridley's Comedy Cas-
tle, Royal Oak, starring
Sheila Kay, 8 p.m. Call 332-
4341.

Monday, November 29 —
Joyce Klein of the Melitz
Centers in Israel will speak
on "Creating Jewish Culture:
Jewish Issues Through the
Writer's Eyes." Three pro-
grams: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29,
7:30 a.m. breakfast Nov. 30,
noon lunch Nov. 30, all at the
Max Fisher Building. Call
642-4260 ext. 254.

Tuesday, November 30 —
Australian singer Devorah
will perform in concert to
benefit Children of Cher-
nobyl at Southfield High
School, 7:30 p.m. Call 443-
0635.

Tuesday, November 30 —

Dr. Yehudah Bauer will
speak on "The Impact of the
Holocaust on Contemporary
Society" at the Holocaust
Memorial Center, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, December 1

-- Ovarian cancer lecture,
part of Sinai Hospital's
Women's Health Series, at
Sinai's Zuckerman Auditori-
um, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, December 1

Peace Is Focus Of Program

New Age of Peace: What's Next?" will be the focus of the Jewish Federa-
tion's Young Adult Division political awareness program Dec. 16 at Tem-
ple Israel.
The 7 p.m. program will feature Zvi Gitelman, professor of politcal science at
the University of Michigan, and Nabeel Abraham, an anthropologist at Henry
Ford Community College.
Mr. Gitelman is one of the country's leading authorities on the former Soviet
Union. He has received fellowships from the Ford, Reckefeller and Guggenheim
memorial foundaitons and was a Fulbright Visiting Professor in Israel.
Mr. Abraham, writes and lectures about the Middle East and U.S.-Arab re-
laitons. A board member of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
of Detroit, he is co-editor of Arabs in the New World: Studies on Arab-American
Communities and The Arab World and Arab-Americans: Understanding a Ne-
glected Mnority.
The program will be followed by a dessert reception. Admission to the program
is free; there will be no solicitation of gifts.
To reserve a spot by Dec. 6, call Jenifer Adler, 642-4260.

A

— Actor Ray Errol Fox will
appear at a screening of his
film Freedom to Hate at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, December 1

— "Talking to Our Children
About Love and Sexuality,"
lecture by Dr. Sylvia Hacker
of the University of Michigan
and Rabbi Mitchel Cohen of
Camp Ramah, at Hillel Day
School, 7:30 p.m.

Friday, December 3 —
Community singles Shabbat
at Congregation B'nai
Moshe, featuring WXYZ-TV
sportscaster Don Shane, 8:30
p.m.

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