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September 23, 1994 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-23

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One Stop
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Invites you to

Celebrate

Beth Shalom Hosts
Rabbi Tutnauer

our
15t,

Anniversary
and the

Grand Opening

of our

New 6tore

at La Mirage in 6oubfield

Monday, September 26th thru October 1st, 1994

Trunk dhows

Trea8ure Che8t
of Gifts

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Dell' Italia Leathers

(coats 08uits)

•Handbags
•Jewelry
•Apparel More
Register All Week
Drawing

Toula Knits
(dresses 6ssuits)
Merle

(coats, dresses CAS suits)

Monday, eSeptember 26 and
Tuesday, September 27

Saturday, October 1, 1994

10-6 pin

29555 Northwestern Highway

between Inkster 6S Franklin Pd, 8outliteld

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flours: Mon.-Wed. 10-6 • Thursday 10-9 • fri.-cSat 10-6

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER CULTURAL ARTS DEPARTMENT

PRESENTS

An Exhibition and Sale of Original Bronze Sculptures
by Israeli Artist

For its Great weekend,
Oct. 1 and 2, Congrega-
tion Beth Shalom will be
first among the six De-
troit area Conservative
congregations to host
scholar and educator
Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer.
Rabbi Tutnauer will
speak on "Families in
Crisis — Some Biblical
Models" during Shabbat
services; and, at lun-
cheon following services,
he will analyze men's re-
actions to women's deeds
in a talk titled, "Four Fe-
rocious Females in the
Bible — Bathsheva,
Yael, Delilah and Es-
ther." There is a charge.
Children under three are
free and babysitting will
be available. Reserva-
tions can be made by
calling the synagogue, Moshe Tutnauer
547-7970, or Norbert Reinstein, David Nelson's Lunch and Learn
967-3544.The deadline for reser- Club on "Jewish Life in Israel To-
day" at noon Oct. 5; and conduct
vations is Sept. 29.
A member of the faculty of the a study session for 7th and 8th
Jewish Theological Seminary graders starting at 4:30 p.m. on
since 1991, Rabbi Tutnauer is ac- the same day. Rabbi Nelson's lun-
tive in pioneering Jewish revival cheon is open to the public.
throughout the world. He has
Rabbi Tutnauer is scheduled
taught and traveled in Argenti- for talks and/or study sessions at
na, Peru, Portugal,Ethiopia, other Conservative synagogues
Kenya and, most recently, the for- as follows: B'nai Moshe - Oct. 7,8
mer Soviet Union. He is the Sem- which includes city-wide singles
inary's representative at Camp services; Beth Abraham Hillel
Ramah in Moscow and serves as Moses - Oct. 6, 13, 20, 29; Adat
consultant to the Conservative Shalom Oct. 15 and 17; Beth
Movement's day and afternoon Achim - Oct. 21, 23 11 a.m.;
school in Russia and in the Shaarey Zedek - Oct. 22, 26.
For information on Beth
Ukraine.
Rabbi Tutnauer also will ad- Shalom's 1994 Great Weekend,
dress a Beth Shalom Religious contact Norbert Reinstein, 967-
School Student/Parent Assembly 3544. The event is sponsored by
at 9:3-0 a.m. Oct. 2 on "Judaism the Beth Shalom Cultural Com-
in Foreign Lands"; talk to Rabbi mission.

VICTOR HALVANI

Artist
Reception with
Mr. Halvani
Saturday,
October 8
7:00 PM

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"Two Deer", Original Bronze,
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Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
6600 West Maple•West Bloomfield
For information please call 661-7634 or 661-1008

"Lot's Wife" Original Bronze,
Victor Halvani

Public Welcome Free Admission

-

The residents of Prentis and Teitel Fedration Apartments in Oak Park delivered
hundreds of pounds of food, candy, nuts and homemade treats to the Oak Park
Public Safety Officers in August. Pictured are Lt. Karl Woodard; Herman (Fly)
Schecter, Teitel resident; Officer Chris Petrides; Bess Adaskin, Prentis resident;
Officer Chris Martinelli; and Faye Bloom, Teitel resident.

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