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December 24, 1993 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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the Heatherwood lifestyle...

der either complexion of cir-
cumstances."
Joseph, like his father Jacob,
made his sons promise to carry
his body back to Canaan. De-
spite his position in Egypt, he
desired to remain steadfastly a
Jew.
During the exodus from
Egypt, Joseph's coffin was car-
ried next to the Ark of the
Covenant because Joseph had
fulfilled all that was written in
the Torah. Higher praise can-
not be said.
Some 13 years and a lot of
learning later, I still find Joseph
to be the biblical personage
most worth emulating.
Joseph lives on in our hearts
and minds every time we re-
member his attributes and al-
low them to inspire us to better
serve our God through service
to our fellow human beings. By
doing so we make his memory
a blessing. ❑
Arnie Sleutelberg is spiritual
leader of Congregation Shir Tik-
vah in tray.

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"I haven't had this much fun in years! I've met new friends. I'm involved

in activities. I'm happy — and so is my family. Before, housekeeping was a
chore, cooking for myself wasn't fun and I didn't feel secure living alone.
Now, my family has peace of mind...and I'm having the time of my life!"

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dinner immediately following
at 6 p.m.
In addition to the meal, Rab-
bi Martin Berman will explain
the significance of the elements
of Shabbat; Cantor Max Shi-
mansky will lead z'mirot.
There is a charge; reserva-
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Distressed by the 1891 anti-
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U.S. Christian leaders,
headed by the Rev. William
Blackstone and Cardinal
Gibbons, presented to Presi-
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petition calling for the con-
vening of a "world con-
ference to consider the
Israelite claim to Palestine
as their ancient home."
They preceded the first
World Zionist Congress in
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