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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-25

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Smart Lockman was
installed for a second
term as president of
Temple Beth El at the
congregation's June 26
annual meeting. He has
served the congregation
for 14 years as an offi-
Lockman
cer and chair of com-
mittees. In 1999, he
earned the President's Cup. He is a past
president of Anti-Defamation League's
regional advisory board and a current
member of ADLs national executive
committee.
Also installed were Dennis Frank,
Marshall Lowenstein, Roberta Charnas
and Lawrence Epstein, vice presidents;
Mark Canvasser, treasurer; Dr.
Norman Rotter, secretary.
Board of trustees members are Dr.
Charles Greenberg, Randie Levin, Pam
Rosenblum, Lisa Rotter, Dr. Linda
Sircus, Sheldon Toll, Henry Wineman
II, Charles Zamek and Carol Ziecik.
John Kamins, Patti Kommel,
Kenneth Posner and Alan A. May,
chair, will serve on the 2004 nominat-
ing committee.

Jacob Leads
Brotherhood

Dr. Bruce Jacob was
installed as the 68th
president of the Temple
Beth El Brotherhood.
Dr. Jacob was conse-
crated, confirmed and
graduated from the tem-
ple's religious school. He
previously served on the Jacob
board of trustees and has
held several brotherhood offices.
Other officers installed were Richard
Shaye, first vice president; Gerald Cole,
second vice president; Larry Warren,
treasurer; and Marc Zupmore, recording
secretary.
Newly installed directors include
Mike Haas, Scott Hamburger, Marshall
Hersh, John Kessler, Bruce Plisner,
Bernard Remer and Byron Siegel.

B'nai Moshe Hosts
New Study Series

Congregation B'nai
Moshe has added to its
summer adult Jewish
education schedule: a
two-part lecture series
for adults and teens
titled "The Golden Age
of Hungarian Jewry,"
taught by Professor
Howard Lupovitch.
The series will take place on two
Monday
nights, Aug. 4 and Aug. 11,
Young Israel of Southfield will host a
from 7:30-9 p.m. Each session can be
week of learning July 26 through Aug. 2
attended separately.
featuring three scholars-in-residence:
On Aug. 4, the topic will be
Rachel Friedman, Dr. Charlotte Katzoff
and Rabbi Dr. Ranon Katz,off.
"Budapest 1900: A Jewish Success Story."
Discussion will center on Parshat
On Aug. 11, Professor Lupovitch will
Mattos-Masei and Parshat Devorim.
discuss "Reform, Reaction and Schism:
Shabbat Mevorchim will be observed
The Tempestuous Diversity of
Shabbat July 26. Immediately following
Hungarian Jewry."
davening, Rachel Friedman will speak on
Tuition is $10 per session or $18 for
"The New Moon: Taking Control of
the series. Pre-registration is encouraged
Time." Shabbat afternoon, before Mincha but not required. There is no charge for
at 7 p.m., she will discuss "Rahav Of
high school or college students or for
Jerico: Heroine Of Bible And Midrash."
Jewish educators with proper identifica-
Shabbat Chazon will be observed
tion. For information, call Nancy
Shabbat Aug. 2. At 6 p.m., Dr. Katzoff
Kaplan, (248) 788-0600.
will discuss "The Stealing Of The
Birthright: A Tale Of Deception And
Self- Deception." Following light refresh-
ments before Mincha at 7:15, Rabbi
Katzoff will explore " Kesher ShelT011in:
When Do You Tie The Knot?" For
Seudah Shilishit, Rabbi Katzoff will relate
Congregation B'nai Moshe has
"How I Saw The Mashiach, Maybe" — a
expanded its daily minyan schedule. It
travel story putting together a passage
will offer afternoon-evening services at
from Roman literature and a passage in
6 p.m. Sunday through Friday.
Gemara Sanhedrin 98a, resulting in a per-
For information, call the office,
sonal experience Rabbi Katzoff had on a
(248) 788-0600.
Shabbat afternoon in Rome.

Young Israel Hosts
Learn-A-Thon

B'nai Moshe
Extends Services

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