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TORAH PORTION

Plan to attend the

59th Anniversary Banquet
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit

Jewish Dedication

Continued from preceding page

of this social mandate. Jews
have always been the baro-
meter of civilization. Where
Jews have liberty, everyone's
liberty is recognized.
American democracy owes a
debt to the Torah, for scrip-
ture creatd the moral and
spiritual climate with its in-

sistence upon individual
dignity, its hatred of caste and
its uncompromising love of
liberty. rIb proclaim "liberty
to all the inhabitants!' to
maintain truth without fear
of favor and the right to dis-
sent are elements that must
be upheld diligently.



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FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1989

354-6060

THE JEWISH NEWS

#358

Dr. Stuart Falk

board member of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and former president of
Temple Emanu-El.
Individuals who will be
honored at the tribute dinner
are Rebecca Arnkoff Freed-
man of Temple Beth Jacob;
John Jacobs of Temple
Emanu-El; Elinor and Henry
Morgenstein of Temple Kol
Ami; Sarah and Irving Pitt of
Temple Israel; Pamela Spitzer
and Phyllis Wenig of Con-
gregation Shir Tikvah; and
Rose Werny of rIbmple Beth
El. Each honoree will receive
the Fund for Reform Juda-
ism's Lamed Vav Award.

Temple Choir
Will Perform

The Birmingham Ibmple
Choir will present its annual
choir concert 8:30 p.m. today.
This year's program, "Shab-
bes With Sondheim," is a
tribute to the Jewish corn-
poser of Company, Follies, A
Little Night Music, West Side
Story, Gypsy and A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way
to the Forum.

Under the direction of
Roger Jamison, the choir
features Maria Cimarelli,
Barbara Windham, Mark
Vondrak and pianist David
Wilson.

B'nai Moshe
Hosts Rosman

Professor Murray Rosman
will be the Rabbi Moses
Lehrman scholar-in-residence
June 2-4 at Congregation
B'nai Moshe. His topic will be
"Living With Dissension: A
Glimpse of Jewish Communal
Diversity?'
During a dinner June 2,
Rosman will speak on "The
Chassidic Movement and Its
Challenge to traditional
Judaism!' The dinner will
follow 6:30 p.m. services.
At services June 3, he will
deliver a d'var Torah on the
topic "What Price Unity?" At
Minchah and se'udah shlishit
8 p.m. June 3, Rosman will
speak on "The Remarkable
Varieties of Hungarian
Jewry."
On June 4 at 10 a.m. at a
bagel breakfast in the library
of the Jewish Community

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Murray Rosman

Center in West Bloomfield,
Rosman will discuss "The
Separate Agendas of Ameri-
can and Israeli Jews."
Rosman holds a Ph.D.
degree from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America. He is a senior lec-
turer in history at Hebrew
University and Bar Ilan
University in Israel. He is
serving as a visiting professor
of history at the University of
Michigan and the scholar-in-

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