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June 30, 1989 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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Worship With Us
Tonight Under the Stars

other 10 who thought it
impossible.
Centuries later, this affir-
mation became Isaiah's prin-
ciple of the "saving remnant."
In the face of man's hostility
and mass indifference at
many times in the Jewish
past, a saving remnant, a
small, dedicated visionary
group, has reconstituted
Jewish life. Just at the mo-
ment when all seemed lost,
all was gained because of the
effectiveness of this nucleus.
When the 'Temple fell, a small
number created the school of
Yavneh and preserved tradi-
tion within its walls. When
Babylon was no longer able to
continue Jewish life, a little
group in North Africa and
Spain helped preserve Jewish
learning and life.
Through the ages until our
own time has this revitaliza-
tion recurred. What else is
the miracle of the State of
Israel, if not a testimonial to
a small group of Jewish
idealists who long before the
European catastrophe made
themselves a saving remnant

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to reawaken Jewish hopes.
As we attempt to predict
the nature of the American
Jewish community of the
future, we find opposing
views. Some speak of a
crushing conformity that wil
engulf us as Jews and make
us indistinguishable from our
surroundings. Others see a
pulsating and vibrant Jewish
life thriving in a free society.

I believe the outcome will
be shaped by a minority. Will
that minority adopt a credo of
survival and renewal and
courageously unfurl its ban-
ners for all to see? Is that
minority ready to dedicate
itself on behalf of its vision?
Is it prepared to spread its
zeal and influence so that it
may regenerate the indif-
ferent majority?
Let the spirit of Joshua and
Caleb be felt in our midst, in-
spiring us to see the Land of
Promise. That spirit, so
decisive in our history, can
make Jewish life strong and
fruitful for us and for our
children. E

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ORT Women
Install Officers

Huntington Hill Chapter,
Women's American ORT,
recently installed its officers
for 1989-1990.
Officers installed by Max-
ine Rotenberg were: Andrea
Solomon and Sandy Kirsch,
co-presidents; Janet Hankin,
vice president; Meredith
Weston-Band, treasurer;
Marla Moiseev, financial
secretary; Sharon Kirsch,
membership; Gretchen
Levitan, recording secretary;
Phyllis Kramer, fund-raising;
Mardi Bobkin, programming;
Yona Kahn, publicity; Debbie

Please join us on July 7, at 8:00 p.m. for
Shabbat Services in our beautiful garden.
And bring your family and friends to
Temple Emanu-El at 6:00 p.m. for our
Annual "Start of Summer" Family Picnic.
You supply the food and papergoods, we'll
supply the beverages, wine, good company
and a super atmosphere for the
celebration of Shabbat.
Our Service tonight will be led by the
Temple Chavurah Group - with the children
giving the D'var Torah.
Plan on coming to see Temple Emanu-El in
a new light — under the stars!

Astrein, honor roll; Hannah
Sterngast, tributes; and
Karen Lowen, foreign affairs.

Self-Help
Group Meets

The next meeting for Just
Between Us, an informal self-
help group for women who
have had breast cancer
surgery or related surgery,
will be held 7 p.m. July 11 in
the Sutton Place club house.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the patient ser-
vices department of the
American Cancer Society in
Oakland County, 557-5353.

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Participating in the annual donor luncheon of the Detroit Chapter,
American Women for Bar-Han, are, from left: Beverly Liss, donor
luncheon co-chairman; Lauren Liss, hostess; Rose Lynn Schlussel,
president; and Joyce Borovoy, donor co-chairman.

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