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June 28, 1991 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-28

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JONATHAN STARKMAN
and BRIAN EICHNER are

the recipients of the First An-
nual Michigan Jewish Sports
Hall of Fame scholarships,
awarded for participation in
high school sports, good
grades, financial need,
general community activity,
citizenship and entrance to
college or university in the
term immediately following
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A course entitled "Jewish
Civil Law" will be offered at
the Wayne State University
law school during the
semester beginning Aug. 29.
The course will meet Thurs-
day evenings 6:10-8 p.m. The
instructor will be Shlomo
Sperka, an adjunct professor
at the law school.
This two-credit law school
course also is open to students
of other law schools. Students
outside the law school and the
general public may register
on a non-credit basis.
The course will survey
Jewish law (Halachah) as a
legal system, examining fun-
damental concepts, the struc-
ture of Jewish law and its
sources. The course will cover
contemporary topics such as
bio-ethics and law in the state
of Israel.
To register, call the law
school, 577-8023. For informa-
tion, call Professor Sperka,
968-5112.

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HERSHEL GOULSON has
been placed on the dean's list
for academic excellence at
Wayne State University. Her-
shel, a sophomore, is the son
of Larry and Miriam Goulson
of Southfield.

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Jewish Federation Apts., Inc.
in 1978 as a graduate student
intern. Upon graduation from
Wayne State University, she
joined the staff as Mrs.
Naimark's assistant for the
next two years. She has a
master's degree in social work
and a certificate in geron-
tology from Wayne State
University and has been the
recipient of the Outstanding
JCC Staff Member of the Year
award.

Marsha Goldsmith
MARSHA GOLDSMITH

has been appointed executive
director designee of Jewish
Federation Apts., Inc. to suc-
ceed Helen Naimark. Ms.
Goldsmith worked at the

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Torah Center
will lecture on "Pinchus —
Zealot or Peacemaker" 8:15
p.m. July 1 at the Torah
Center. The lecture is part of
the Monday night series on
Basic Judaism. For informa-
tion, call 855-6170.
To register for Project
Talmud call the Center,
855-6170.

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