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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 21, 1984

A NEW WAVE IN
HIGH TECHNOLOGY

Birmingham Temple to begin
series of classes, workshops

The Birmingham Temple will
begin a series of classes at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 4 at the temple. The
classes will run each Thursday
through Oct. 25. There is a tuition
fee.
The October classes will focus
on intermarriage. The workshops
will be led by social workers
Chuck Kramer and Judy
Schneider. Topics to be covered
are raising children, celebrating

Burns mortgage

Cong. Beth Achim will celeb-
rate the burning of its mortgage
at a dinner-dance at 6 p.m. Sun-
day in the synagogue's Wasser-
man Hall.
Chairing the dinner-dance are
Past Presidents Dr. Manuel
Feldman, Leonard Herman and
Gerald Lasher, spiritual leader
Rabbi Milton Arm and the
dinner-dance committee.
U.S. Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.)
has been invited to address the
gathering.

holidays and relating to family
and friends.
Sandra
November,
In
Yelensky, certified financial
planner, will discuss "Financial
Planning for Singles," "Financing
Your Child's Education" and "Fi-
nancial Planning for Spouses of
Professionals." There is a charge
per class.
Future topics include "How to
Be a Successful Step-Parent,"
"Dealing With Chronic Pain," and
"Successfully Selling Yourself."
For information, call Helen
Forman, school coordinator, at
the temple office, 477-1410.

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the task at hand, one which
pierces our consciousness, urging
us to begin the process of
Teshuvah.
During this month one should
try to set aside some time each day
to review the Mahzor, including
the special Torah and prophetic
readings. This will help us feel "at
home" with the prayers and the
readings. Try to think of the
prayers in a personal way. •
In this Torah portion Moses
tells the people: "You stand before
the Lord your God — all of you —

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to enter into the covenant of the
Lord your God . . . I make this
covenant not with you alone, but
both with those who are standing
here with us this day and with
those who are not with us here
this day."
We too are included in those
words — the covenant of Sinai
was made for us as well. So, in this
season of spiritual renewal, we
renew our part of the covenant.
We stand together — old and
young, men and women, the ger
(newcomer) and the born Jew, the
"wood chopper and the water
drawer."
Together we declare our alle-
giance to the Covenant and to the
God of Abraham and Sarah. It is
an opportunity to experience the
sense of oneness of Israel, to turn
back to God, as individuals and as
a community.
With Rosh Hashanah only a few
days away, the words of this
Torah portion have special mean-
ing: "I have set before you this day
life and death, blessing and curse.
Choose life . . . by loving the Lord
your God, heeding His commands,
and holding fast to Him." This is a
season for choosing, for turning.
In the words of our teacher Adin
Steinsaltz, "Teshuvah is a
spiritual reawakening, a desire to
strengthen the connection be-
tween oneself and the sacred. It is
a return not only to the past, but
to the divine source of all being."
Our tradition clearly teaches that
we have the power to change, to
improve, to turn. We pray for the
ability to make the right choices
in the new year to come.

Copyright 1984, National Hauurah
Committee.

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CELEBRATION

MR. LEONARD HERMAN
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DR. LESTER ZEFF
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Honorary Women's Chairperson

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Women& Committee Chairperson

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The morning prayers during
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Communications Chairpersons

DR. AND MRS. SIDNEY Z. LEIB
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MR. AND MRS. PAUL S. KOHN
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MRS_ HAROLD NELSON
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MR. AND MRS. LEONARD BARUCH
RABBI & MRS. ERNST J. CONRAD
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RABBI LEON FRAM
RABBI NOAH M. GAMZE
RABBI MARTIN GORDON
RABBI BENJAMIN GORRELICK
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RABBI A MRS. RICHARD HERTZ
JUDGE AND MRS. IRA G. KAUFMAN
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DR. AND MRS. THEODORE MANDELL
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