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June 07, 1991 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-07

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declined to comment on the
future of his synagogue's
leadership.

All Hartley Harris, who
ran against Mrs. Luger,
would say was that the syn-
agogue is a charter member
of the Young Israel organ-
ization and had to follow
Young Israel policy.

"This was not a personal
issue," said Mr. Harris, a
West Bloomfield busi-
nessman.

Frances Levine, a member
of Young Israel since she
was 15, said the controversy
was tearing apart the West
Bloomfield congregation.

"We're a congregation of
about 30 families, and we're
trying desperately to grow,"
Mrs. Levine said. "We want
it to be an Orthodox con-
gregation and if we had a
woman president, it would
look too much like we were
stepping from the realm of
Orthodoxy." ❑

Carl Levin

Dinner Event
Honors Carl Levin

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Detroit notables and
politicos will gather 6:30 p.m.
June 23 in the Grand Ball-
room of the Dearborn Inn to
Honor Senator Carl Levin.
The third-term Democratic
senator will receive the Na-
tional Jewish Humanitarian
Award. The event benefits the
National Jewish Center for
Immunology and Respiratory
Medicine.
A Detroit native, Senator
Levin was elected to his first
term in 1978. He has become
known as a leader in the fight
to protect the economic and
environmental security of
Michigan citizens. He is a
member of the Senate armed
services, governmental af-
fairs, and small business
committees.
For dinner information call
Neal Shine, 222-5990.

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