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Friday, April 5, 1985

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Rabbis To Sponsor
Maimonides Tribute

Rabbi Leizer Levin, president of
the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
(Vaad Harabanim), and Rabbi
Chaskel Grubner, Council
menahel, announce that a
community-wide celebration of
the 850th anniversary of the birth
of Maimonides will take place at 8
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Dovid Ben
Nuchim.
Throughout the Jewish schol-
arly world, Maimonides is called
"The Rambam" — a word derived
from the initials of his full name
Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon. The 14
volumes of his opus magnum, the
Mishnah Torah is an encyclopedic
codification of the entire Talmud.
In addition to his major work,
the Rambam also wrote the
Commentary on the Mishna, the
Book of the Mitzvot and the Guide
to the Perplexed, as well as a
number of tracts on medicine. His
13 Principles of Faith have be-
come the foundation of Jewish be-
lief.

Guest speaker at the event, who
will deliver the hadran (scholarly
disseration on the concluding and
opening passages of Maimonides'
Code) will be Talmud-scholar and
rabbinic leader, Rabbi Simcha
Elberg of New York, president of
the executive council of the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of America
and Canada (Agudas HaRab-
banim).
Scholarly dissertations and
Torah-insights will be delivered
by Rabbi Levine; Rabbi Leib
Bakst, rosh yeshivah of the
Yeshivah Gedola of Greater De-
troit; Rabbi Grubner; and by
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg of the
Bais Chabad Torah Center.
A musical interlude will be pro-
vided by Cantor Zalman Baum-
garten of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Special Pesach refreshments
will be provided, and there is no
charge. The public is invited. For
information, call the Council of
Rabbis, 559-5005.

Traverse City Jews
Plan Community Seder

Members of Cong. Beth El in
Traverse City will gather to com-
memorate Passover at their an-
nual community Seder April 12.
This small Jewish community,
composed of between 25 and 35
active families, attracts members
from within a 50-mile radius. This
year, for the first time, members
of Petosky's Jewish community
will participate in the Seder. Stu-
dent Rabbi David Solfman of the
Union of Hebrew Congregations
in Cincinnati will lead the con-
gregation. Rabbi Wolfman re-
cently occupied a student pulpit in
Petosky.
The presence of a rabbi at this
time of year is a special event for a
community that is accustomed to
hosting a rabbi only in the sum-
mer months. However, within the
past two years, the membership
has increased and the congrega-
tion has begun to support monthly
visits of a rabbi throughout the
year.
Although the membership of
Cong. Beth El is small, the Jewish

presence in Traverse City is visi-
ble. This is especially apparent
during the Passover week. In the
past, inter-faith Seders have been
held and synagogue members
often speak to church and com-
munity groups about traditional
practices. Recently, student
Rabbi Clifford Librach initiated a
practice whereby the Beth El
members sold their chometz to
members of Grace Episcopal
Church as an act of inter-faith
cooperation and understanding. -
The members of Cong. Beth El
welcome visitors to their commu-
nity Seder. Kathy Nagy-Farkus,
hospitality chairman, and Terry
Tarnow are responsible for ar-
rangements. A limited number of
reservations ae still available at a
nominal fee.
For information, contact Judy
Carnick, president, (616) 228-
6331, or Sharon Alterman, 542-
7837.
Cong. Beth El is the oldest
synagogue in continuous use in
Michigan.

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At a recent dinner at Y eshivath Beth Y ehudah, Norman Beznos, second
from left, presented a plague commemorating the establishment of the
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Goodstein Scholarship Fund at the school.
Pictured with him are from left: Rabbi Norman Kahn, executive vice
president of the yeshivah; Beznos; Mrs. Goodstein and Dr. Goodstein.
The dinner was in honor of the Goodstein's 50th wedding anniversary.

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