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April 27, 1990 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-27

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TORAH PORTION

GREAT
BUYS
for Watching & Reading

Sale $69.

Reg. $109. Teak Magazine Table.
27" x 181/2" x 191/2". Take with—
Unassembled.

Fate And Choice

Continued from preceding page

the Jewish people finally
declared that they no longer
wished to be a people joined
too often by a common fate of
suffering and death. Instead,
they would choose a common
destiny expressed in na-
tionhood responsible for every
aspect of its existence. And

this turning of fate into
destiny created the state of
Israel — the underlying
meaning of Yom Ha'atzmaut.
May we prove worthy of the
challenge we have chosen for
ourselves, our greatest chal-
lenge in 2,000 years; perhaps
our greatest challenge ever.

SYNAGOGUES Inimmummimml.mmim

Beth Achim
Honors Baras

Sale $115.

Reg. $169. Television Video Stand
with Swivel Action.
233/4" x 151/2" x 241/2".
Take with—Unassembled.

Joseph Baras of Congrega-
tion Beth Achim will be
honored for thirty years of
dedicated service at services
and dinner April '27. Baras
serves as the ritual director,
responsible for leading part of
the Shabbat services and
Torah reading. In addition,
Baras has played an active
role in coordinating the daily
Minyan and Shabbat after-
noon services. He conducts
part of the High Holy Day
services and serves on the
youth commission and the
ritual committee.
Since coming to Detroit,
Baras has held a variety of
positions. He began as Torah
reader at Congregation B'nai
Moshe. He has also served as
a Hebrew teacher for over 30
years with United Hebrew
Schools. Baras served two
years as president of the
Association of Hebrew
Teachers of Metropolitan
Detroit.

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Sale
$99.

Reg. $175. Teak
Bookcase. 70" x 30"
x 111/2". 3 for $287.
Take with—Unassembled

Only at Keego Harbor 3325 Orchard Lake Rd.
(1 Mile North of Long Lake Rd.) 682-7600.

The Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit
is proud to present

The Winners

of the

Michigan Young Musician
Competition

Gabriel Bolkosky, Violin
Cameron Smith, Piano
Yuko Okuda, Piano
Caroline Burgunder, Piano

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR

Wednesday, May 2 8:00 p.m.

In the Aaron DeRoy Theatre
6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield

Free and Open to the Public

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52

FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1990

YOUR LIFE

In observance of Law Day,
Adat Shalom Synagogue will
sponsor a lecture by Allan
Ryan, Jr., former director of
the Justice Department's Of-

SPRING
CLEANING?

In Concert

HERB'S

American Heart
Association

Adat Shalom
Hosts Speaker

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LIBRARY BOOKSTORE
545.4300

We Buy (and Sell)
Secondhand Books

Books Bought
In Your Home

Temple Israel
Elects Officers

At the annual congrega-
tional meeting of Temple
Israel held on March 29, the
new slate of officers was
installed.
Installed were: Charles
Tobias, president; Linda Brod-
sky, Joel Piell, David Tisdale,
Jimm White, vice presidents;
Norton Stern, treasurer; Jer-
rold Weinberg, secretary.
Elected to the board of
trustees for three-year terms
were: Bernice Berlin, Robert
Dickman, Kenneth Eisen-
berg, Gary Faber, David
Haron, Harvey Kleiman, Bill
LaKritz, Steven. Marks,
Nathan Shapiro, Marc
Whitefield.
Elected to the board of
trustees for a two-year term
was Steven Malach. Elected
to a newly created three-year
term was Richard Traitel.
Elected to a newly created
two-year term was Raymond
Kahrnoff. Elected to a newly
created one-year term was
Susan Yorke.

M. Sempliner

NEWS

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26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
In the Mayfair Shops
A Northwestern Hwy.

Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-7, Sat. 10-5

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He served as director of the
Justice Department's OSI
from 1980 to 1983. He led the
investigation of John Demjan-
juk, later convicted in Israel
as Ivan the Terrible of
Treblinka. In 1988, Ryan
presented the case against
Kurt Waldheim. Ryan will
base his talk on his book
Quiet Neighbors: Prosecuting
Nazi War Criminals in
America.
The program is sponsored
by Adat Shalom's adult study
commission. It is open to the
community at no charge. For
information, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

353-1424

Allan Ryan

rice of Special Investigations
7:30 p.m. May 1.
At the program, "Bringing
Nazi War Criminals to
Justice: Legal and Moral
Issues in Our Free Society,"
Judge Avern Cohn will give
additional comments.
Ryan is an author, lecturer
and investigator and pro-
secutor of Nazi war criminals.

Turner Asked
To Stop Songs

New York (JTA) . The
Miss America Organization
has requested that Miss
America 1990, Debbye
Turner, refrain from using
rap songs containing Chris-
tian messages in her presen-
tation to public school chil-
dren.
Songs that Turner has

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