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August 26, 1988 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-26

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WHY JOIN BETH SHALOM?

• EXTENSIVE Programs for Families and Children
• INDEPENDENT Congregational Sthool for
Kindergarten to Grade 7
• AFFILIATED With Jewish Community High School

Please join us for the HIGH HOLIDAYS and EX-
PERIENCE BETH SHALOM for yourself! The cost of
your tickets can be applied toward your membership.

For more information call:

Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln
Oak Park, Mich. 48237
547-7970

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354 6060

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During Sabbath Services
Sept. 3, Congregation
Shaarey Zedek will honor
Goldie Adler on the occasion
of her 80th birthday. The
sevice also will honor Mrs.
Adler for her work on behalf
of the synagogue and the
Jewish community.
Shaarey Zedek President
Marvin Fleischman will pre-
sent Mrs. Adler with a resolu-
tion of the board of trustees
during service. Sandy
Schwarz, president of the
Sisterhood, will bestow a gift

ICE CREAM SOCIAL

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Sunday, August 28, 1-4 p.m.
—/ FREE —

21100 W. 12 Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48076

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Goldie Adler

Refreshments

1988

Phone:
352-8670

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compiled The Voice Still
Speaks and May I have A
Word With You, two books of
sermons and essays by her
late husband, Rabbi Morris
Adler.
Mrs. Adler's daughter and
son-in-law, Shulamith and Eli
Benstein, will join in the
Sept. 3 tribute.
The community is invited.

JPI Offers
Holiday Services

The Jewish Parents In-
stitute offers free Rosh
Hashanah services to the
public on Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. in
Shiffman Hall at the
Maple/Drake building of the
Jewish Community Center.
Children are welcome.
Refreshmens will be served
following the program.
The Jewish Parents In-
stitute will host its annual
Sukkot Celebration Sept. 25
at 11 a.m. at Camp Maas in
Ortonville.
For information and reser-
vations, call JPI, 661-1000,
ext. 333.

Congregation
Beth Achim /

Clowns

Our Bible says in the Pro-
berbs 2:1 "A false balance is
an abomination unto the
Lord, but a just weight is his
delight?'

Shaarey Zedek Offers
Tribute To Goldie Adler

Games

for
( Members & Prospective Members

building; injustice is like the
cracks in that building which
cause it to fall without a mo-
ment's notice!'
Grocery stores, meat
markets, grain merchants,
scrap brokers, all know the
importance of honest scales.
Present-day honesty in
business weights and
measures goes back to the
Torah portion this week.

SYNAGOGUES

David A. Nelson
Rabbi
Samuel L. Greenbaum
Samuel Semp
Cantor
Ritual Director

Magic

mented on the verse about
just weights and diverse
measures as referring to the
kinds of weights and
measures where a man had a
large one for buying and a
small one for selling. Ibn
Ezra, one of the leading
medieval commentators to
the Thrah, explained that fair
dealing and integrity in trade
will help to promote social
happiness and prolong the
economic life of the nation.
"It is a known fact," Ibn
Ezra said, "that every
kingdom based on justice will
stand. Justice is like a

of the Sisterhood, the dedica-
tion of a sidrah in the new
Sefer Torah of the
congregation.
Mrs. Adler was one of the
distinguished persons named
by the Jewish Tehological
Seminary to receive the
Solomon Schechter Medal.
She is a recipient of the
Hadassah Myrtle Wreath
Award. She also received the
Eleanor Roosevelt Human-
ities Award, other recipients
of which include Harry S
Truman and Leonard
Bernstein.
Mrs. Adler co-edited and

Beth El Plans
Open House

Temple Beth El will host an
open house at 7 p.m. Monday
to enable prospective
members to meet its two new
rabbis and to learn about the
temple's programs.
Rabbis Daniel Polish and
Julian Cook will be present to
greet families and singles.
Also present will be senior
staff, officers, auxiliaries'
representatives, nursery
school, religious school and
membership committee
members.
For information, contact
Herb Maistelman, 851-1100.

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