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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-24

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ment to her life would be an
accepted procedure to many if
not most Halachic
authorities.
According to all authorities,
a fetus is secondary to the life
of the mother and is aborted
when it constitutes a direct
danger to the mother's life.
This hinges as to whether
the fetus is seen as a part of
the mother, a separate but
doubtful and therefore secon-
dary subsidy, or a viable but
incomplete entity only to be
removed when pursuing the
mother's life.
Those who claim that life
begins in the womb are only
partially right. Those who

claim that life begins at birth
are again only partially right.
The fetus is an emerging
and developing entity both in
life and in legal description.
Either definition taken by
itself would constitute an in-
fringement on the rights of
the mother's life or that of the
child.
The wanton abuse of defin-
ing the child in either fashion
is reprehensible.
However the proliferation of
abortion for reasons other
than aforementioned con-
stitute a form of destruction
of life which is reprehensible
at the very least and at worst
one step below homicide.

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LOCAL NEWS I

Chabad Weekend Probes
Purim, Jewish Issues

The Chabad Organization
of Michigan invites the public
to a Winter Wonderland En-
counter Weekend March
17-19 at Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville.
The theme of the weekend
is "The Purim Paradox:
Ponder a Puzzling
Phenomenon." During the
weekend, Purim as well as
other issues basic to Jewish
theology will be explored. The
weekend also will be an op-
portunity to investigate

Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan

Judaism through seminars,
informal discussions and
study groups.
Scholar-in-residence will be
Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan. Rabbi
Kaplan is director of all
Chabad activities in
Maryland. He established the
Chabad Seminary in Mel-
bourne, Australia. Rabbi
Kaplan will be assisted by
Rabbis Chaim Moshe Bergs-
tein, Yitzchak Meir Kagan,
Elimelech Silberberg, and by
Chaya Sora Silberberg, all of
the Michigan Chabad organ-
ization. A musical program
on March 18 will feature

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guitarist Marty Goodman. A
sports program on
Tamarack's grounds will take
place on March 19. There is a
fee with special rates for
families. Registration is open
to the Jewish community. For
information, call Rabbi
Bergstein, 626-3194; or Rab-
bi Silverberg, 626-1807.

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1st In Detroit

HOLLY'S HARP

Rabbi Ellen Weinberg
Dreyfus, now rabbi of a
Reform congregation in Park
Forest, Ill;, apparently was
Detroit's first woman rabbi,
serving as associate rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El in Oak
Park in 1982.
In addition, Amy Bigman of
West Bloomfield, a student
rabbi at Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati, served as
an intern at Emanu-El last
summer, according to Linda
Steinger, wife of Emanu-El
Rabbi Lane Steinger.
Debbie Pipe-Mazo, also a
student rabbi at HUC-
Cincinnati, has been hired by
Beth Isaac Synagogue in
Trenton to conduct Sabbath
services monthly. She is
scheduled to conduct services
this weekend.

Blitzer Here
For Campaign

The 1989 Allied Jewish
Campaign will host colum-
nist Wolf Blitzer, 7 p.m.
March 7, at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
By invitation to 1989 Cam-
paign contributors of $500 or
more, the meeting will begin
with hors d'oeuvres and a
cocktail reception. A dessert
buffet will follow.

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