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December 23, 1994 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-23

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Aish HaTorah of Metro Detroit


tice of Evil in the 20th and 21st
The faculty includes Dr. Ralph
Williams, Dr. Enoch Brater, and
Dr. Gene Schramm from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, Dr. Jacque-
line Zeff from the University of
Michigan-Flint, Dr. Raymond
Rosenfeld from Eastern Michi-
gan University, Corinne Stavish
from Lawrence Technological
University, Rabbi Sherwin Wine
of the Birmingham Temple, Nira
Lev from the Midrasha Center
for Adult Jewish Learning, the
Reverend James Lyons from the
Michigan Institute for Jewish
Christian Studies, and Richard
Lobenthal from the Anti-Defama-
tion League. Evening entertain-
ment includes Sam Barnett's
"Jewish Music From Shtetl to
Kibbutz," Nancy Gurwin's
"Broadway Gold" and "Jewish
Elderhostel, Inc. is a national
non-profit organization which
sponsors residential academic
programs around the world for
people aged 55 and over. Those
interested may call or write the
Fresh Air Society, (810) 661-0600,
6600 West Maple Road, Suite
301, West Bloomfield, MI 4832,
or Elderhostel, Inc., (617) 426-
8056, 75 Federal Street, Boston,
MA 02110.

Beit Kodesh

The sisterhood of Congregation
Beit Kodesh will meet 7:30 p.m.
December 27 at the synagogue.
Following the general meeting, a
video "If I Were a Rich Man" will
be shown, featuring Jan Peerce
and Isaac Stern.
Refreshments will be served.
For information, call Dorothy
Diskin, 474-7616.

Hechtman Group
Hears Speaker

The Hechtman Chapter of
Na'amat/USA will meet Decem-
ber 19 at noon in the Hechtman
Dining Room, Maple and Drake
Roads, West Bloomfield.
Erna Gorman will speak on "A
Child of the Holocaust." A mini
lunch will be served. Guests are
welcome. Respond to the
Na'amat office, 967-4750.

Publicity Deadlines

The normal deadline for local
news and publicity items is
noon. Thursday, eight days pri-
or to issue date. The deadline
for birth announcements is 10
a.m. Monday, four days prior
to issue date; out-of-town obit-
uaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday, three
days prior to issue date.

H • E



DISCOVERY is an exciting
one day seminar which has
captured the hearts and
stimulated the minds of 50,000
Jews on 4 continents - from
New York to Nairobi.
aims to provide a thoughtful,
intelligent answer to the ques-
tion, "Why be Jewish?" The
seminar is not a nostalgic
reiteration of Jewish traditions
and history. It is a bold, com-
pelling display of Judaism's
past, present and future vitality!
DISCOVERY'S sophisticated
approach was developed by
leading educators and scientists and adapted to a
one-day format by Aish HaTorah, an organization
with a unique ability to captivate critical thinking
Jews with profound meaning of their heritage.

"I thought the day was wonderful. The quality of
the speakers was uniformly excellent. This seminar
would certainly inspire people to become more
curious about their Judaism."
Marcie Hermelin Orley

:"Aish Discovery Sunday... Two
thumbs up. Entertaining, thought
provoking, challenging. A must
see." Mandell Berman

The Discovery Sessions:

• Failsafe - a series of workshops
which employ the techniques of
the Israeli Mosad to explore the
Torah's origin.

• The Hidden Codes of the
Torah - a provocative
presentation of the hidden codes
discovered in the Torah tluough
computer research.

• The Seven Wonders of Jewish History - a fascin-
ating look at the relationship between Jewish History
and prophecy in the Torah.

"A program like Discovery is a fundamental link in
nsuring the survival of our heritage. There are so many
of us who don't understand our history and therefore
don't care. If you'll spend the day, your need to pre-
serve Judaism will be rekindled." Larry Garon

Time and Place:

Who attends DISCOVERY?

The program is designed for Jewish men and
women of all ages who are short on time but long
on curiosity, who have a sophisticated secular
education but limited background in Jewish Studies.

"It was exhilarating in many ways and the day went
by much too fast. I left feeling a much stronger
spiritual identity. I would recommend Discovery to
anyone who would like to increase their knowledge
of Judaism"
Jim Safran

Sunday, January, 15th 1995

8:30 am until 6:00 p.m.
The Hadassah House
5030 Orchard Lake Road'
$60.00 per person (includes breakfast and lunch)
For more information or to register call: 810 737-0400


"You'll come home a day older and 5,000 years wiser"

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