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June 02, 1995 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-02

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When you request a Hadassah Perpetual Yahrzeit:

Our departed loved ones live on in both our
thoughts and our actions. While memory is
sanctified with rituals like Kaddish, Yiskor
and Yahrzeit, those memories are energized
by acts of charity and loving-kindness. There
is no greater honor to our loved ones' memo-
ry than giving to the living in the name of
those who gave so freely to us.

All who are

inscribed for

life in

Jerusalem shall

be called holy.

Isaiah iv 3

Your loved one's name is displayed and the
Kaddish prayer is recited in our synagogue on
the Yahrzeit.

• A Hadassah Yahrzeit Certificate is issued to
you, while your loved one's name is inscribed
in our Yahrzeit Memorial Book.

• Notice of the Yahrzeit date is mailed to you
annually from Israel.

Hadassah.offers you the opportunity to
perpetually memorialize your loved one in
Jerusalem, where the' windows of heaven
meet those of earth, under the beautiful and
world renowned Chagall windows of our
Medical Center's Abbell Synagogue.

An advance Perpetual Yahrzeit can also be
reserved for yourself or a loved one.


50 WEST 58T11 STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10019

Service For
New Americans

Adult Students
Are Honored

Congregation Beth Achim will
hold a special service for Russian
Jews Saturday, June 3, as part of
their "Reclaim Shabbat" program.
During this program, Rabbi
Herbert Yoskowitz will welcome
the new Americans to the syna-
gogue. They will be provided with
Russian language material,
which will explain the service and
the meaning of Shabbat.
Immediately following services
there will be a kiddush and a lun-
cheon. During lunch, Cantor Max
Shimansky will teach z'mirot.
For information, contact the
synagogue office, 352-8670.

Congregation B'nai Moshe's
Adult Education students who
have been studying for the past
year will be honored at Shabbat
services Saturday, June 10.
The following have completed
their first year of study in the
N'siah Program, taught by Rab-
bi Elliot Pachter and Rita
Abramson, education director at
B'nai Moshe. This two-year pro-
gram in Hebrew and basic Ju-
daism includes: Cindy H. Atler,
Michael L. Atler, Elissa Barpal,
Tim Boileau, Diane Budaj, Bar-
rie G. Chafficin, Jason Collens,
Helen Etkin, Barry R Kaufman,
Harley Koner, Sid Kraizman,
Ruth Lerman, Laurie Novetsky,
Richard Radner, Lisa Rives, To-
bey Rumack, Shirley Siegal,
Gabriel Zeltzer.
Ed Golenberg's Adult Begin-
ning Hebrew Reading students
have successfully mastered the
Hebrew alphabet and worked on
fluency in reading Hebrew. The
graduates of this class are: Bet-
sy LaFond, Molly Linovitz, An-
drea Simons, Donna Wildbaum,
Sam Wildbaum, Daniel Winsen,
Hilda Winsen.
Nathan Roth's students have
completed their third year of He-
brew reading and comprehen-
sion skills. They are: Margie
Charnes, Fred Greenhut, Do-
lores Greenspan, Len Grey, Leba
Rautbort, Ann Rottman.

BAHM Holds
Lunch, Learn

YES. Please inscribe the following name(s) for a Hadassah Perpetual Yahrzeit.

Mail to:


Perpetual Yahrzeit

Program Administrator

❑ Enclosed is my $750 tax-deductible gift for each Yahrzeit requested.(Checks should be payable
to Hadassah; Israel Bonds or securities accepted.) Fuller details will be asked of you about the
recipient of the Hadassah Perpetual Yahrzeit , and more information will be provided to you after
YOU return this coupon.
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Cantor Ben-Zion Lanxner will be
the featured presenter at Con-
gregation Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses; final lunch and learn pro-
gram of the 1994-1995 season. Ti-
tied "The Torah Wasn't Only
Given at Mt. Sinai," the program
is sponsored jointly by Congre-
gation Beth Hillel Moses' Adult
Education Committee and Sis-
The event will be held on Sat-
urday, June 3, following Shabbat
services. The fee is $5 for adults
and $3.50 for children. Free child
care is available. For information
call the synagogue, (810) 855-

Beth Shalom
Shavuot Plans

Installs Board

On Saturday, June 3, Beth
Shalom will hold a Tikun Layl
Shavuot. Minchah will be at 7:30
p.m. and dinner will follow at 8
p.m. The study program will be-
gin at 8:45 p.m.
Rabbi David Nelson, along
with Dr. Josh Adler, will conduct
a dialogue on "The Sanctity of
Life-Health Care Decisions."
Ma'ariv will be conducted at 10
p.m. Dessert and coffee will end
the evening.
There is no charge for dinner,
but reservations are required.

The Temple Israel Brotherhood
will hold its Installation Break-
fast on Sunday, June 11, at 9:30
a.m. at the temple. The 1995-96
slate of officers is as follows: Jef-
frey Ingber - president; Robert
Zack, Frank Wolff, Steven Sallen
- vice presidents; Steven Wein-
stock - treasurer; Jeffrey Stew-
art, Lou Lan, Ira Auslander -
secretaries; James Grey - imme-
diate past president.
There is a charge for the
breakfast. For reservations and
information, call the temple of-
fice, 661-5700.

Study Session
For Shavout

Beth El
Honors Kaplan

Adat Shalom Synagogue will hold
its annual Tikkun Leil Shavout
on Saturday evening, June 3. The
tikkun, set from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
will take place at the home of Rab-
bi Efry Spectre.
A Torah study session will be
lead by Rabbis Efry Spectre and
Daniel Nevins; Dr. Mark Smiley,
headmaster of Hillel Day School;
and Aviva Silverman, Jewish ed-

On Wednesday evening,-June 14,
at 5:30 p.m., Temple Beth El will
pay tribute to Joy Kaplan, retir-
ing Nursery School Director. For
nearly 20 years, Mrs. Kaplan has
been on hand to introduce scores
of youngsters to their first expe-
rience in education.
To join in the celebration, call
the temple, 851-1100, regarding
reservations and dinner

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