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October 21, 1994 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-21

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Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer, the Con-
servative Movement's scholar in
residence, will continue to lecture
and conduct study sessions for
Detroit area groups this week.
He will deliver the sermon at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek on
"Russia Revisited" and will ad-
dress its Tapestry Group at 8
p.m. on "Gaza, Jericho, Golan —
in the Bible and in the News;"
reservations are requested.
On Oct. 23 at noon, Rabbi Tut-
nauer will speak to Beth Achim's
religious school parents on "Get-
ting to Know You — The Con-
servative Movement past,
Present and Future;" at 1:30 p.m.
that day, he will talk to Temple
Israel's parents of Stepping
Stones about "On the Road to
Jewish Living."
On Oct. 24 at noon, he will
meet with Oakland University
Hillel students at Oakland Cen-
ter's Fireside Lodge on "Life in Is-
rael;" and at 6 p.m. he will talk to
University of Michigan Hillel stu-
dents on "Soviet Jewry in Israel"
at the Mandel Berman Hillel
Center in Ann Arbor.
At noon on Oct. 25, he will ad-
dress the American Jewish Com-
mittee at the Skyline Cub on
"Who is a Jew-Politics Aside;"
Lunch reservations are required.
Hadassah will hear Rabbi Tut-
nauer at 10 a.m. Oct. 27 at
Hadassah House on Tour Fero-
cious Females in the Bible." At 7:15
p.m. that evening, Rabbi Tutnauer
will deliver the keynote address on
"Making Spirituality Real for You"
at a Community-wide Study Pro-
gram at Hillel Day School, to be fol-
lowed by six discussion sessions led
by local rabbis, cantors and educa-
"Soviet Jewry in Israel" will be
his topic at a 6 p.m. dinner at Con-
gregation Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses on Oct. 28; reservations are
For information about any of
these events, call the scholar in res-
idence office, (810) 258-0055.


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Talks Slated

Elaine Roman, vision therapist
of Sinai Hospital Vision Rehabil-
itation Institute, will discuss
"Coping With Vision Loss" 7 p.m.
Oct. 24 at the Maple/Drake JCC.
The program is for adults under
the age of 55. There is no charge.
For information, call Leanie
Gunsberg, 661-7649.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter in cooperation with the Jew-
ish Federation of Metro Detroit
will present Mark Talisman
12:30 p.m. Oct. 26, at Maple/
Drake. He will speak on "Ap-
proaching the 50th Anniversary
of the End of World War II...Do
We Remember the History?" Mr.
Talisman served as director of the
Council of Jewish Federations'
Washington Action Office. He is
founding vice-chairman of the
Holocaust Memorial Council and
Museum. Call Lorraine Morris,
661-7649, to reserve a place;
there is no charge.

Torah Center
Plans Shabbaton

Bais Chabad Torah Center will
host a Shabbaton Nov. 25 - 27 in
Toronto at the Chabad Center of
The weekend will feature speak-
ers, meals, and shopping in down-
town Toronto. Accommodations for
sleeping will be at area homes. The
Shabbaton is open to families and
singles at a nominal fee. For infor-
mation, call the Torah Center, 855-
Bais Chabad Torah Center will
hold a hands-on challah baking
demonstration with Chaya Sora
Silberberg on Nov. 1 from 7:30 -
9:30 p.m. at the Torah Center.
Reservations are required. Call the
Torah Center, 855-6170.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg will
give a Torah portion of the week
lecture 8:15 p.m. Oct. 24 at the
Torah Center. The lecture will in-
clude a description on "Living and
Dying: Learning How To Mourn."
For information, call the Torah

Men's Club
Hosts Wolpe

The JCC Dancing Center has
added Lianne Paskel to the dance
staff. She will teach Jazz for
Teens at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Jewish Community Center. The men's club of Congregation
In addition, there are still open- Beth Abraham Hillel Moses will
ings in the 4:30 p.m. (4-6 year old) host a breakfast forum 9:30 a.m.
ballet/jazz class. Registration is Oct. 23, featuring Democratic can-
didate for governor, Howard Wolpe.
now being accepted.
Ms. Paskel is a dance major Mr. Wolpe will speak about im-
graduate from Western Michigan portant issues facing our state and
University where she choreo- will reserve time to answer ques-
graphed and performed with tions from the audience.
A light breakfast will be served.
their touring company. The Jazz
for Teens class meets every Tues- There is no charge and the public
day at 6 p.m. For information, call is invited.
Shirley Siegal, 661-7632.

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