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April 22, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-22

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Congregation Sher

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Shotwell-Gustafson Pavilion, At Oakland University • Adams Rd. Entrance

agenda. We are profoundly con-
cerned about crimes and the
grim statistics of death and de-
struction. Granted that law en-
forcement agencies must be
strengthened, that greater se-
curity measures must be im-
plemented, that more laws need
to be passed, that more prisons
need to be built; these alone are
not sufficient to fully address
this tragic condition. Even were
there policemen on every street
corner of our urban centers, if
the masses of people were in-
tent upon crime, all the police
officers multiplied by 10 could
not prevent assaults upon per-
sons and property.
It is not the policeman on the
corner or the judge on the bench
who prevents crime. It is the
parents who raise their children
in conformity with the rules of
right and integrity. It is the
teacher who is able to elicit
from her students an awareness
of moral authority. It is the com-
munity that sets standards
about the meaning of respect for
human life and for decency. It
is the media who refuse to dis-
play and glorify violence.
Ultimately, a social order is
created out of ethical sensitiv-
ity and moral concern. A soci-
ety rests not only upon its laws,
but upon the matters that be-
long to the heart, the standards
of conscience, the values that
we hold sacred. ❑
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Saturday

May

7, 1994

(Silent Auction Begins At 7 P.M. • Live Auction Following)

Celebrate Lag B'Omer and
Shabbat with Congregation
B'nai Moshe at the upcoming
Family Retreat at Butzel Con-
ference Center in Ortonville
April 29-May 1.
The retreat will include two
nights lodging with private
bath, bedding and towels,
kosher meals and Jewish pro-
gramming for all ages.
There is a charge; all LIFE
students are free.
Call Nancy Vardy, 788-0600,
for information.

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Tables Of 10 Availabe In Advance $ 80

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ABS, Loaded!

Belt Kodesh
Chai Dinner

Congregation Beit Kodesh's
36th Annual Chai Dinner will
be held at 5:30 p.m. at the syn-
agogue in Livonia. This year's
honoree will be Mel Marsch.
In addition to a dinner there
will be entertainment provided
by singer and keyboardist Sas-
son Natan.
For information, call Sandra
Gibbings, 421-1017, evenings
only.

1994 J30

Judaica - Sports - Dining - Jewelry
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Family Retreat
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Tues., Wed., & Fri. 9am-6pm
Service Hours: 7am-lam Mon. thru Fri.
Free Service Loaners With Appointment

"36 mo. closed-end lease w/approved credit. Based on MSRP of S50,900 plus sates
tax & cap cost reduction of 51,500
acquisition fee of S450, SO security deposit and
1st pymt. due at inception. License,
title & doc. fees extra. Lessee has option to
purchase at tease end for 825,450. 15.000 mi. per year w/15c per mile over. Ttl.
pymts. equals $21,564. Offer expires 4/30/94

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