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October 07, 1994 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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Scholar's Schedule
For The Week

Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer, the De-
troit area Conservative Move-
ment's scholar in residence, will
continue speaking to area groups
throughout October.
He will speak at Congregation
B'nai Moshe this weekend, dis-
cussing social action and Jewish
values at Shabbat services 8:30
p.m. today; "An Experience in
Conservative Jewry in Israel,
Ethiopia and Russia" will be his
Saturday morning sermon topic;
"Have Torah, Will Travel" will be
discussed at a 12:30 p.m. lun-
cheon; and "A Jew's Connection
to the Land" will be his topic at
7:30 p.m. Oct. 8.
At 10 a.m. Oct. 9, Rabbi Tut-
nauer will speak on "Families in
Crisis — Some Biblical Models"
at the Shaarey Zedek B'nai Israel
Center.
On Oct. 10 at 1 p.m., he will
speak to the Women's American
ORT B & P Chapter at the ORT
office on "Ethiopian Jewry Comes
Home."
At noon on Oct. 11, 18 and 25,
he will address the American
Jewish Committee at the Skyline
Club. His Oct. 11 topic is "Do the
Jewish People Really Love Is-
rael?"
Also on Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m.
the Hebrew Speakers Group will
hear him talk in Hebrew at the
Oak Park Jewish Community
Center on "Spirituality in the
Modern State."
The Conservative Movement's
weekly Torah study luncheon
12:30 p.m. Oct. 13 will hear him
speak on "The Meaning Of
Covenant."
At 7:30 p.m Oct. 13, the rabbi
will speak on "Conservative Ju-
daism Around the World" at Con-
gregation Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.

Now, during
Ceresnie & Offen's
Trade-In Sale, you can
save on a new coat or
jacket while providing
assistance to our
community's veterans
and their families.

Simply bring in your
unwanted coats or
jackets—fur, wool, down,
etc.— and we'll give you
between 5% and 25% off
your purchase of a
new coat or jacket from
our fabulous collection
of fur and leather fashions.

It's a wonderful opportunity
to update your winter
wardrobe, enjoy
sensational savings,
and help those in need
with coats of kindness.

Sale ends October 31st.

Prior sales excluded.
All furs labeled to show
country of origin.
Financing available.

Temple Beth El
Nursery Events

Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. Temple Beth
El's Nursery School parents are
invited to tour the facilities and
then to learn more about how
their children spend their day.
On Oct. 19, they can see their
children's day as it actually un-
folds at Open Day. Parents can
visit a while or stay for the entire
session.
On Oct. 21, parents will see
Shabbat through the eyes of their
children at either the 10:30 a.m.
or 2:30 p.m Open Shabbat Cele-
bration led by Rabbi Daniel Pol-
ish.
Oct. 17-21 has been designat-
ed Dinosaur Week: Open all that
week will be a special project of
the nursery crowd, the Dinosaur
Museum.
For enrollment information,
call Joy Kaplan, 851-1100.

Coats will be donated to
the Purple Heart Service
Foundation, Inc.

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