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April 21, 1989 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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TORAH PORTION

THE CULTURAL COMMISSION

of

Pesach's Influence

CONGREGATION IYNA1 DAVID

Continued from preceding page

Cordially Invites You to Hear

PROFESSOR MORRIS POLLARD

Father of convicted
Israeli agent

JONATHAN POLLARD

Speaking on:

THE POLLARD AFFAIR:
FACT AND FICTION

Sunday, April 30, 1989, 7:30 p.m.

at

CONGREGATION IYNAI DAVID

24350 Southfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075
557-8210

Our Great Loss Must Be Remembered

27th NISAN - YIZKOR DAY

DESIGNATED BY THE STATE OF ISRAEL

FORTY FOUR YEARS AFTER

1989

Congregation Shaarey
Zedek will hold the Berry
Family Great Weekend May
6-7 at the synagogue. Rabbi
Moshe Tutnauer, leader of the
Conservative movement in
Israel, will be the
scholar-in-residence.
Rabbi Tutnauer most
recently served as chairman
of the Department of Judaica
and dean of students at David
Yellin Teacher's College in
Jerusalem. An expert in the

of Metropolitan Detroit in cooperation with Holocaust Memorial Center,
Jewish Community Council, Greater Detroit Interfaith Round Table of Christians
and Jews, the Ecumenical Division of Archdiocese of Detroit
and Jewish Community Center

MEMORIAL ACADEMY

Tribute to the Six Million Martyrs

OF THE UNPRECEDENTED NAZI GENOCIDE

SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1989 — 1:30 P.M.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer

6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD — WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICHIGAN

JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN
MILTON KLEIN, Commander

Join us in Individual Candle Lighting and Memorial Prayers at the
Eternal Light, Holocaust Memorial Center

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

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On May 7, the men's club
will sponsor a 10 a.m.
breakfast where Rabbi Tut-
nauer will speak on "David
and Bathsheba: A Modern
Parable of Power and Morali-
ty."
The public is invited. Reser-
vations are necessry for the
May 6 lunch and the May 7
breakfast.
This weekend is sponsored
by the Berry family under the
general auspices of the
cultural commission of the
congregation. Dr. George
Blum and Dr. Paul Gold are
co-chairmen for the weekend.
For information, call the
synagogue, 357-5544.

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Morris Pollard
To Speak Here

invites the entire community to join in a

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1989



SZ Weekend Features
Conservative Leader

SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

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played a decisive part in the
development of Jewish ethics.
Frequently, Jews are told to
remember they were once
slaves in Egypt to kindle in
their hearts sympathy for the
weak and underprivileged,
for the widowed and orphan-
ed, for the foreigner and
stranger within their midst.
Jews know how it feels to
have once been slaves, so they
know how badly others need
compassion, mercy and chari-
ty. Jews know from bitter ex-
perience the lot of the refugee
and the outcast displaced
from home and country. That
is why we Jews today open
our hearts to the cry of the op-
pressed. We must never forget
to aid the poor, care for the
sick, teach the ignorant and
extend a helping hand to
those who have lost their way
in the world.

!SYNAGOGUES

Question & Answer Period • No Charge • Community Invited

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dage and the night of ig-
norance lies just as much in-
one's own hands as in God's.
The second is that deliver-
ance is continual. Recall what
the Haggadah says in its
answer to the wise son:
because of what the Lord did
for me when I came forth out
of Egypt.
Not merely the Israelites of
ancient times went forth out
of Egypt, but the generations
of Israel throughout all times.
All Israel stood at Sinai. All
Israel felt the presence of God
as Moses revealed. His 13 at-
tributes. The deliverance
from Egypt was "important
because it paved the way to
Sinai. The Passover story is a
continuing experience. In
Jewish tradition, Passover is
known as the season of our
freedom.
The Exodus from Egypt

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fields of Bible and rabbinics,
Rabbi Tutnauer has lectured
in Buenos Aires; Lima, Peru;
Kenya and Ethiopia.
Rabbi Tutnauer will speak
May 6 on "The Conservative
Movement: Do We Have a
Place in Israel?" The program
will be followed by a luncheon
at the synagogue, at which
Rabbi Tutnauer will speak on
"Who Is a Jew, Politics
Aside."

Morris Pollard, the father of
convicted spy Jonathan Jay
Pollard, will speak 7:30 p.m.
April 30 at Congregation
B'nai David. Pollard will
discuss the facts and fictions
relating to the Pollard case.
For further information,
contact Richard S. Goldman,
557-8210 or 557-8211.

Jewish Music
Season Service

Temple Kol Ami will hold
its annual Jewish Music
Season Service 8 p.m. April
28. The service will be
dedicated to the remem-
brance of the Holocaust. Avra
Weiss and Carol Ferrero will
perform.
The public is invited.

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