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JCC Will Host
Cinderella's Ball

The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit will host
Cinderella's Ball, a dance for couples
and singles 30-plus, at 5 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 26, at the JCC in West Bloomfield.
The dance will be the first of its
kind to be held at the JCC in more
than 25 years, according to the event's
coordinator, Toby Chudnow.
The evening will begin at 5 p.m.
with a mix and mingle, followed
by dance lessons 5:30-6:15 p.m.; a
practice session 6:15-7 p.m.; a dance
exhibition 7-7:30 p.m.; open ballroom
dancing 7:30-9 p.m.
To purchase tickets by Aug. 23, call
(248) 661-1000. Advance tickets are
$8 for JCC members and $9 for non-
members. Tickets at the door are $11
for JCC members and $12 for non-
members.
For information, visit www.jccdet.
org.

NCJW Offers Women
Secured Credit Cards

Jewish women 18 years and older can
apply for secured credit cards through
an interest-free loan and empower
themselves by establishing credit in
their own names.
This offer is designed for those
who are recently divorced, separated
or widowed, have never had credit in
their own names, have a bad credit
history or are victims of domestic
abuse.
The loans are provided by National
Council of Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section, through funding from
the Jewish Women's Foundation and
in cooperation with Jewish Vocational
Service and Hebrew Free Loan.
For information, call NCJW/Greater
Detroit office, (248) 355-3300, ext.

'Hate In Cyberspace'
Is Holocaust Center Topic

The Holocaust Memorial Center is host-
ing Dr. Jack Kay, an extremist group
expert for a discussion on "Hate Speech
in Cyberspace" 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug.
15, co-sponsored by Eastern Michigan
University. The event is free at the
HMC, 28123 Orchard Lake Road in
Farmington Hills.
Kay, an author and
professor of com-
munication, media
and theater arts at
Eastern Michigan
University, will
explain how the
Internet has created
Dr. Jack Kay
a dramatic increase
in terms of vis-
ibility and intensity of these acts of
hatred. He has presented testimony

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on extremist groups to the U.S. Civil
Rights Commission and frequently
lectures on Hate in Cyberspace, the
Internet and Anti-Semitism, and Hate
Music to community groups and col-
lege audiences.
For more information, visit www.
holocaustcenter.org , or call (248) 553-
2400.

Rabbi Heschel's Papers
To Be Archived At Duke



Duke University will acquire the
papers of Rabbi Abraham Joshua
Heschel, a scholar, writer and theolo-
gian who is widely recognized as one
of the most influential religious lead-
ers of the 20th century.
Heschel was a
highly visible and
charismatic leader
in the civil rights
and anti-Vietnam
War movements. He
co-founded Clergy
Concerned About
Rabbi Heschel
Vietnam and served
as a Jewish liaison
with the Vatican during the Second
Vatican Council.
The collection consists of manu-
scripts, correspondence, publications,
documents and photographs spanning
five decades and at least four languag-
es. Included are correspondence with
some of the leading religious figures
of his time, including Martin Buber,
Thomas Merton, Eugen Rosenstock-
Huessy and Reinhold Niebuhr.
Born in 1907 in Poland, Heschel was
descended from a long line of distin-
guished rabbis. Heschel believed that
prayer and study could not be sepa-
rated from public action. He famously
marched side-by-side with the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Ala.,
and is credited with coining the civil
rights slogan, "We pray with our legs."

Klezmer Shabbat
At Temple Beth El

Temple Beth El in Bloomfield
Township will host Klezmer Shabbat
at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24. Featured will
be Neil Alexander and the Klezmer
Fusion Band.
A faculty physician at the University
of Michigan and Ann Arbor VA
Medical Center, Alexander has served
as a cantor at various small Midwest
congregations and played Jewish
music in ensembles since his teens.
The Klezmer Fusion Band combines
ldezmer, jazz and rock music.
The service will be held outdoors,
weather permitting, and will be fol-
lowed by a buffet supper and Israeli
dancing led by Alexander. There is a
dinner charge. To RSVP, call Barbara
Grant at (248) 851-1100, ext. 3149.

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