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June 07, 1996 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-07

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shared responsibility. Miriam
and Aaron speak publicly
against Moses because he has
married a Cushite woman. They
also ask if Moses feels that the
Lord speaks only through him.
Perhaps they are jealous that
Moses didn't take them into his
confidence and consult them be-
fore marrying again. Perhaps
they simply want more recogni-
tion. They are punished because
they have no right to criticize
without first attempting to un-
The Lord explains that he
speaks directly to Moses but di-
rectly to others through visions
and dreams. The punishment is
there for everyone to see; the
message is clear. The job of the
leader is not to be coveted. There
are times when authority should
not be publicly challenged.
Moses should face his task
and be comfortable seeking the
help of elders and trusting the
guidance of the Lord. And God's
chosen leader needs to be ac-
cepted and supported.
The Lord will not allow his
special relationship with Moses
and Moses' special responsibili-
ty for the people to be chal-

needs new leadership

You am invited to tho4
Jewish Communitg Cfintp.
of MOropolitan fttroit's
68th finnual Mviting-

Thursday, June 20 at 7:30 p.m.
in the Janice Charach Epstein

Jeanne Towar

John Wangler, Ed. D.


The featured speaker will be Allan Finkelstein,
JCCA Executive Vice President

Please join us for the election of our new Board
of Directors and Officers. You will also have the
opportunity to view two wonderful exhibits:

Endorsed By

James Alexander
Linda Bachrack
Henry Baskin
Rep. Maxine Berman
John Bloom
Shaindle Braunstein
Susan Cascade
Linda Finkel
Tamara Friedman
Dr. Steven Gustafson
Iris Hirsch
Dr. Vic Kelmenson
Lillian Kelmenson
Zena Kramer
Dr. Arlene Levine
Dr. Barry Levine
Jeffrey Malin

In the Camps: Photographs by Erich Hartmann on exhibit

May 16-June 27, 1996. This exhibition is an attempt to
recall some of the scenes of bitter events in Germany and
Occupied Europe from 1933 to 1945.

Akeldama: Tombs of the Jerusalem Aristocracy on exhibit

May 19-June 27, 1996. In 1989 bulldozers uncovered a
large burial complex just outside Jerusalem's Old City
walls which had been left undisturbed for nearly 1,500
years. Displayed publicly for the first time anywhere, are
items dating back to the 1st Century BCE
such as glass objects, gold jewelry, ceram-
ic vessels and reconstructions of the finely
decorated burial site.

Jr.ish C.mimmiry C..racr

Florine Mark
Dorothy Masserman
Theodore Masserman
Bernard Mindell
Dr. Shari Morningstar
Mindy Nathan
Tom Nathan
Hedy Nuriel
Harriett Rotter
Dr. Norman Rotter
Susan Schneiderman
Roberta Schwartz
Arnold Shifman
Estell Stolman
Dr. Roberta Toll
Sheldon Toll
Andrea Wineberg

...and many more of your friends and neighbors.

Circus Time
For B'nai Moshe

Congregation B'nai Moshe will
celebrate the close of the current
program year by attending the
2 p.m. matinee performance of
the Big Apple Circus at Oakland
Mall on Sunday, June 9, spon-
sored by the synagogue's Mem-
bership Group. For information
call Ticketmaster, (810) 645-


The normal deadline for
local news and publicity
items is noon Thursday, eight
days prior to issue date. The
deadline for birth announce-
ments is 10 a.m. Monday,
four days prior to issue date;
out-of-town obituaries, 10
a.m. Tuesday, three days pri-
or to issue date.

All material must be type-
written, double-spaced, on
8V2x 11 paper and include
the name and daytime tele-
phone number of sender.

Here's what the newspapers have said about
the current Oakland Community College board:

OCC board not Calkins hasn't done its Jo

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