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May 03, 1996 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-03

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You are invited to join us at a reception in honor of

Agency for Jewish Education's graduates of
the Florence Melton Adult Mini-School.

Conversion 1
Is Discussed

Rabbi Chaim Moshe Bergstein
will be the guest of the Jewish
Hour, WPON 1460 a.m., on Sun-
day, May 5, at noon. The host,
Rabbi Herschel Finman, will dis-
cuss "Conversion in Jewish Law,
its ramifications for the 21st Cen-
tury." Call-ins to the show will
be accepted, (810) 332-1460.
Rabbi Finman will continue
his Torah class in his home on
Sunday May 5, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
wi a class titled "On the Moun-
with
tain — Getting ready for the Hol-
iday of Shavuot. Following the
Torah class from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
will be a class in Shaar Yichud
V'haemuna, a treatise of Jewish
mysticism.
For information, contact Rab-
bi Finman 810-542-5087.

Zedek Men's Club on Sunday,
May 12, at 10 a.m. at the syna-
gogue. His topic will be `The New
Structure of the Jewish Com-
munity."
Joe D. Tauber is president of
the United Jewish Appeal. He is
on the executive committee of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and a board member of United
Israel Appeal and the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. Mr. Tauber
has been campaign chairman
and president of the Jewish Fed-
eration and of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. He also is
formerly a vice chairman of the
UJA Youn.g Leadership Cabinet.
The community is invited to
have breakfast, at no charge, at
9:30 a.m. before Mr. Tauber
speaks. Reservations would be
appreciated. Call Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, (810) 357-5544

/—)

Men's Club
Hears Tauber

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/—)

Joel D. Tauber, communal and
international leader, will speak
at the closing Breakfast Seminar
of the Congregation Shaarey

One of our ME faculty, Rabbi Yoskowitz has also been a
visiting Fellow at the University of Minnesota Bio-Ethics Center
and adjunct faculty instructor of the Department of Religion
at Hamlin University. He is a graduate of Jewish Theological
Seminary, Brooklyn College and the University of Florida.

Sunday, May 5, 1996 • 6 p.m.
Agency for Jewish Education

21550 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield

NO CHARGE

Congratulations to the following graduates who will each receive a signed certificate from the

JFA Plans
Annual Meeting

The Jewish Federation Apart-
ments, Inc., Jewish Federation
Apartments Phase IV Inc., and
Jewish Federation apartments
Non-Profit Housing Corporation
will hold annual meetings of the
memberships on Wednesday,
June 21, at 6 p.m. at the Anna
and Meyer Prentis Federation
Apartments, 15100 W. Ten Mile
road, Oak Park, Michigan for the
purpose of electing members of
the board of directors and for the
transaction of such other busi-
ness as may properly come be-
fore the meeting.
Nominations for the directors
are as follows: For a second
three-year term: Carol Sue Co-
den, Robert Schechter, Neil
Gorosh, Arnold Cohen, Sheri
Schiff, Harvey Wolf; for an ini-
tial three-year term: Doris Au-
gust, Harold Etkin, Jack
Friedman, Dr. Amy Goldfaddin,
Nathan Upfal; for the Advisory
Committee: Edythe Jackier-
Mulivor.
In accordance with the By-
laws other qualified persons
may be nominated for election
by a petition signed by not less
than 50 members of the corpo-
rations and filed with Marsha
Goldsmith, executive director,
not less than 10 days prior to
the date of the Annual Meet-
ings. Only one person may be
nominated by such petition and
no nomination shall be valid un-
less the nominee shall have con-
sented to such nomination.

Our special lecturer will be Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz
of Congregation Beth Achim. His topic will be
"Judaism and Lifelong Learning."*

Melton Center for Jewish Education in the Diaspora of Hebrew University's Department of Education.

Louise Applebaum, Barbara Aronow, Judy Bobrow, Gloria Bookstein, Peggy Bookstein, Sandy Brenner, David Broner,
Elissa Brown, Karen Brown, Marty Cerier, Stewart Cerier, Jamie Cohen, Marcia Davis, Mira Eiges, Phyllis Falbaum,
Nancy Finkel, Elnora Finkelstein, Tobi Fox, Vivian Friedman, Mary Gamer, Robert Glass, Joan Golden, Barbara Goldman,
Howard Hirsch, Jane Kamm, Lisa Kaplan, Anne Katz, Rayna Kogan, Carrie Kushner, Judy Leder, Gerry Levy,
Sonny Lipenholtz, Linda Lublin, Sandra Nessel, Suzi Noveck, Judy Poger, Leonard Poger, Mivi Rachmiel, Martin Reisig,
Joan Rose, Cindy Schwartz, Donna Sklar, Jeff Snow, Didi Wainess, Jodi Weinfeld and Stacy Ziegenfelder.

AJE Melton Instructors: Ruth Bergman, Aviva Silverman and Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz.

For more information, contact
the Agency for Jewish Education, (810) 354-1050.

Ellen Gould

Tradition
In A Musical

Bubbe Meises, Bubbe Stories, a

musical that celebrates family
and tradition, will be presented
on Thursday, June 6, at 7:30 p.m.
at Temple Israel.
Written and performed by
Ellen Gould, this one-woman
musical play is a tribute to her
immigrant grandmothers. Ms.
Gould plays all the characters
and has a graceful and disarm-
ing presence both as an actress
and singer.
This program is co-sponsored
by Temple Israel's Adult Educa-
tion Committee and sisterhood.
The community is invited, tick-
ets are $10. To order tickets for
further information, call the
Temple (81) 661-5700.

Publicity Deadlines

The normal deadline for local

news and publicity items is noon
Thursday, eight days prior to is-
sue date. The deadline for birth
announcements is 10 a.m. Mon-
day, four days prior to issue date;
out-of-town obituaries, 10 a.m.
Tuesday, three days prior to is-
sue date.

* Please note there has been a change in program.

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