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December 05, 1986 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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8:15 p.m. Dec. 12 "for ten
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tional leadership both to
Temple Emanu-El and to the
Jewish community of the De-
troit Metropolitan area."
Rabbi Steinger came to
Temple Emanu-El in August
1976.
Temple Emanu-El will
celebrate this simchah at a
Shabbat dinner on Dec. 12.
The dinner will be followed
by a Shabbat service.
To honor Rabbi Steinger,
his friend and former
classmate, Rabbi John
Spitzer of Temple Israel in
Canton, Ohio, will be the
guest speaker. Rabbi Spitzer
was assistant rabbi at Tem-
ple Shaare Emeth in St.
Louis, Mo., before assuming
the pulpit in Canton four
years ago. He has been active
in the Reform movement, and
has been particularly effec-
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