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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-21

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that God instructed him:
Zelafhad's daughters are
right. The law was unjust and
unfair. It needed to be ad-
justed, to be modified and
changed so this particular
case could be remedied.
This concept of blending
tradition and change has
been of crucial importance in
the ideology of the Conser-
vative movement. The Con-
servative movement always
has seen itself as desiring to
remain faithful to the
venerated traditions of our
people while, at the same
time, being responsive to the
needs of all people. And what
Moses does is well within the
approach of the Conservative
movement. He realizes that if
the Torah itself realizes that
change is necessary as a
redress for injustice, then
there must be a way to ac-
complish this goal for
Zelafhad's daughters.
I'm sure there were those
who counseled Moses not to
deal with the issue, but being
a true leader he had to grap-
ple with it once it was raised.
And we do not hear of
widescale defections following
his decision. No one gets
angry and leaves Moses' shul.
No wonder Moses was the
greatest leader we ever had —
his followers might try his pa-
tience, but he would keep
their devotion and loyalties.
And when it's all said and
done, even after we argue and
disagree, we have to remain
unified in the true spirit of
our people from the time of
Pinhas to the present. Yes, I
love "Pinhas" in the summer-
time as well as all year
long.



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UAHC Accepts
Local Temple

Temple Shir Shalom has
been accepted as a member of
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, the
governing arm of the Reform
movement.
The temple was formed last
June with 30 families and
now includes more than 450
families. It applied for UAHC
membership last November.

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Lunch And Learn
Series Begins

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Rabbi Herschel Finman of
Lubavitch Foundation, in
conjunction with the Jewish
Entrepreneurs of Michigan,
have formed regional "Lunch
and Learns" around the
greater Detroit area. The first
meeting is scheduled for the
Farmington Hills region at
12:30 p.m. Monday. It will be
hosted by Barry Stulberg in

the offices of Kaufman and
Payton at 30833 North-
western Highway, Suite 205.
In the Roseville region, a
lunch will be held 12:30 p.m.
Aug. 15, hosted by Burt Rosen
at 30615 Groesbeck Highway.
The topic for each lunch will
be: "Roles and Principles of
Ethical and Unethical
Behavior."
There is a charge for the
lunch, which is kosher-Cholov
Yisroel.
For information, contact
Rabbi Finman, 737-7000.

Shir Shalom
Installs Board

Thmple Shir Shalom recent-
ly installed its first board of
officers and trustees.
The executive officers and
trustees are Robert Fineman,
president; David Levine, first
vice-president; Norman
Lopatin, second vice presi-
dent; Gary Pollack, treasurer;
and Cheri Victor, secretary.
Trustees elected to a three-
year-term are Steve Schwartz,
Sandy Nathan and Wally
Sampson. Elected to the two-
year trustee position were
Libby Lavine, Alan Mindlin
and Leslie Schneid. One-year
trustees are Michael Nosan-
chuk, Alan Rothfeder and
Richard Zuckerman. Michelle
Friedman was installed as
head of Temple Shir Shalom's
youth group.

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New Monthly
Minyan Begins

Bais Chabad Torah Center
and Lubavitch Foundation
announce the formation of a
monthly neighborhood Shab-
bat minyan in Huntington
Woods. The Minyan which
meets at the Burton Elemen-
tary School, is led by Rabbi
Yitzhak Kagan and includes
a traditional Shabat service,
insights into the weekly
Torah portion and a kiddush.
The next minyan will take
place 10 p.m. July 29. The
minyan is open to the Jewish
community. For information,
call David Morrison,
542-1491.

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Chabad Evening
Events Planned

Lubavitch Foundation has
formulated "An Evening
With Chabad" to allow
members of the Greater
Detroit community a Jewish
presentation in their own
home.
Each host is requested to in-
vite six-15 friends.
For information and to host
an evening contact Rabbi Fin-
man, 737-7000.

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1989
CITY TAXES

ALL 1989 CITY OF DETROIT FIRST-HALF
TAX BILLS HAVE BEEN MAILED

ALL REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX BILLS FOR THE
CITY OF DETROIT have been mailed. If you have failed
to receive a tax statement, please request a duplicate
by mail or in person at Room 136 City-County Building,
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Interest and Penalty charges must be added if first-half
tax is not paid by August 15, 1989, or the full tax is not
paid by August 31, 1989. Failure to receive a bill will not
defer accrual of Interst and Penalty.
Kindly include Word and Item Number when requesting
bills by mail. Taxpayers may also request duplicate bills
via the telephone at 224-3560.

Tax Information - 224-3560

FIRST-HALF DUE
August 15, 1989

Virginia Sikora
Treasurer
City of Detroit

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