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February 04, 1994 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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Jewish Mortrnents
Photo Exhibit At JCC


ie future of Jewish Monuments," a photographic exhibition
dedicated to the preservation of Jewish architecture and sites
worldwide, will be on view at the Maple-Drake Community
center from Feb. 6-27.
The exhibit, chaired by Larry and Sharon Berry, is organized
by the World Monuments Fund's Jewish Heritage Coun-
cil and co-sponsored by the Jewish Historical Society
and the Jewish Community Center, with the assistance
of Preservation Wayne.
The exhibition is the first to broadly address the state
of Jewish historic and artistic monuments, including
synagogues, cemeteries and Jewish quarters in larger
towns and cities. Included in the exhibition are pho-
tographs and descriptions of places of great antiquity,
artistic and architectural distinction, and historic and religious significance.
The exhibition focuses on the special problems confronting Jewish monuments, especially in Eastern Europe and North Africa, and
illustrates a wide range of preservation solutions and successful preservation efforts.
According to Samuel Gruber, director of the Jewish Heritage Council., "The traumatic events of this century that have so trans-
formed Jewish life have caused the destruction and neglect of most of the physical remains of the Jewish past. To protect this ft-re-
placeable heritage for the future, we must act now."
The opening reception for the exhibit will be 2-4 p.m. Feb. 6 Samuel Gruber will be the featured speaker at 2:30 p.m.

Ecumenical Institute
Honors Carron, 6yme

Rev. Malcolm Carron

Rabbi M. Robert Syme


Molds Spca4s

At Scichce. FOrklit


he Detroit Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science
will hold a special science forum
hosted by Gail. and Ira Mondry, 7:30
all. Feb. 8 at RIK'S in Orchard
Professor Yadin Dudai will be
the guest speaker. He holds the
Sara and Michael Sela Professori-
al Chair in Neurobiology at the
Weizmann Institute of Science in Yadin Dudai
Israel, is dean of the department of biology
an d is a member of
the Institute's new Brian Research Center
. Professor Dudai
earned his Ph.D in biophysics at the Weizmann Institute and
joined the faculty in 1976. His concentration is in the study of
learning and memory at the molecular level.
Admission is free and reservations are required. For infor-
mation, and to make reservations, call Rhona Fidler, 258-9890.


wo Dove Awards, the first ever presented, will be award-
ed at a dinner to benefit the Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies April 19 at the Hyatt Regency
Recipients of the awards will be the Reverend Malcolm
Carron and Rabbi M. Robert Syme, longtime spokesmen for
dialogue between Christians and Jews.
Father Carron, a native Detroiter, has devoted his life to
promoting excellence in education and improving the qual-
ity of life for all. He is the president of Detroit's new Loyola
Academy, a Jesuit school for inner city boys,and served as
president and then chancellor of the University of Detroit
where he played a leading part in bringing Jewish studies
to the university.
Rabbi Syme, a voice in ecumenical dialogue in the Detroit
community, has been spiritual leader at Temple Israel for
36 years. His affiliations include the Jewish National Fund's
board of directors, the Commission on Jewish Education of
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and the Rab-
binical Advisory Council of the United Jewish Appeal.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m. and
the awards presented at 7 p.m., with dinner following. For
ticket and reservation information, call the Ecumenical In-
stitute for Jewish-Christian Studies, 353-2434.

Saturday, February 5 —

Millionaires Party sponsored
by the Jewish Home for Aged
Auxiliary and Benefactors, 7:30
p.m. at Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses. Call 532-7112

Saturday, February 5 —

Congregation Beth Achim
Men's Club annual Las Vegas
Night, 8 p.m. at the synagogue.

Sunday, February 6 —

The 61st Intercongregation-
al Men's Club Dinner, 6 p.m. at
B'nai Moshe. Call 393-6633 or

Sunday, February 6 —

Discussion with a Holocaust
survivor who was one of
Schindler's Jews, 12:30 p.m. at
the Maple-Drake JCC. Spon-
sored by CHAIM. Call 489-8886.

Tuesday, February 8 —

Reception for Michigan legis-
lators, 5:30 p.m. at the City Club
in Lansing. Hosted by the Michi-
gan Jewish Conference. Call
(517) 485-9199.

Friday, February 11—
Community-wide Singles


Shabbat at Temple Emanu-El,
8:30 p.m. Margaret Weiner will
speak on "Humor and Crisis
Points in Life."

Saturday, February 12 —

Dr. Alden Leib, chairman of the Detroit Friends of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, and Rabbi Irwin Groner, of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, present a tallit and tallit bag to Max M. Shaye, fol-
lowing Sunday morning services. Mr. Shaye is a member of the
Seminary's Chairman's Circle, whose financial support enables
students at the Seminary to become the next generation of Con-
servative rabbis, cantors and Jewish communal professionals
and educators.

Michigan Opera Theatre per-
forms "A Mystical Journey —
From Boradway to Hollywood"
at Congregation Beth Shalom, 8
p.m. Call 547-7970 or 967-3544.

Saturday, February 12 —

A Shabbat story hour for chil-
dren and their parents at the I
Birmingham Temple, 11 a.m.-

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