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exchange contact information, and
dialogue about the real issues that
unite us as well as divide us."
The program incorporated elements
of Jewish, Christian and African-
American traditions into a celebration
of freedom from slavery, combining
customs right down to the glatt kosher
meal of African-American foods.
The musical celebration was spon-
sored by the Jewish Community
Council's Detroit Jewish Initiative,
Congregations Beth Shalom, Shaarey
Zedek and Shir Tikvah, Community
Faith Baptist Church, Greater New
Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist
Church, Metropolitan Church of
God, New Light Baptist Church,
Peace Baptist Church and Plymouth
United Church of Christ. II

Wityne Coimty Circuit Court Judge
David A. Growl; Shaarey Zedek Rabbi
Jonathan Berkun, Michigan Supreme
Court Justice Marilyn Kelly and Shaarey
Zedek Rabbi Jos h Krako

Money And Ethics In Focus

Series Discusses Wisdom

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz will present a The Mishnah (oral law), 48 elements
six-session series on the topic of
for personal insight and. growth, will be
"Money & Jewish Spiritual Life," April the topic of discussion for a new series
14 and 15, 21 and 22, 28 and 29 at
offered by Aish HaTorah and hosted by
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
LoanGiant.
The Wednesday events will be
Starting Wednesday, April 14, Aish
lunch and learn programs at which
will offer an introduction to Jewish wis-
Rabbi Yoskowitz will lead text study
dom based on Kabbalah and the
based on passages related to money
Mishna. The series will be held in the
and Jewish ethics. On the Thursday
fourth-floor conference room of
evenings, he will expand on related
LoanGiant, 26500 Northwestern
topics. The April series will examine
Highway, from noon till 1 p.m. every
Jewish values as they influence views
Wednesday.
toward money.
The Aish staff, Rabbis Tzvi
There is a 510 charge for the
Hochstadt, Adam Sofer and Alon
Wednesday programs, which will begin Tolwin, will lead the discussions.
at 12:30 p.m. There is no charge for
Lunch will be served compliments of
the 8 p.m. Thursday lectures.
LoanGiant, but there is a $5 charge per
For information about signup, call
class. For reservations, call (248) 936-
(248) 851-5100.
7200.

Sen. Lautenberg To Speak

receive the Eternal Light Award "in
recognition
of a lifetime of service to
U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J.,
humanity."
Dr.
Ismar Schorsch, chancel-
will be featured speaker at the Jewish
lor
of
the
Jewish
Theological Seminary,
Theological Seminary dinner
will present the awards.
Monday, May 10, at Adat
The dinner speaker, Senator
Shalom Synagogue.
Lautenberg,
is the son of poor,
This year's JTS Shin Award
immigrant
parents.
During
honorees include Beth Shalom's
World
War
II,
Lautenberg
Judith and Joshua Adler, Gayle
enlisted and served in the
and Richard Burstein of
Army
Signal Corps in Europe.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
He
attended
Columbia
Susan and Melvyn Friedman of
University
on
the G.I. Bill.
Congregation B'nai Moshe,
With
nvo
boyhood
friends,
Lauten berg
Judith and Robert Rubin of
Lautenberg
founded
the
Adat Shalom, and Judy and
nation's first payroll services
George Vine of Congregation Beth
company,
Automatic Data Processing.
Ahm.
Lautenberg
is a Jewish communal
Judge Avern and Lois Cohn will
leader and activist. He was general chair

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Torah Center Marks 30th

Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah
Center's annual dinner, marking the
30th anniversary of its founding, will
take place on Sunday, May 16, at the
Shriners Auditorium in Southfield.
Founders Award recipients will be
Erwin and Carol Hollander, Shalom
and Sarah Michlin, and Jack and Helen
Reisman, founders of the Torah Center.
The Community Activist Award will
go to Rochel "Rae" Sharfman for her
efforts on behalf of Israel, the former
Soviet Union, Children of Chernobyl
and victims of terror.
Joseph Farrah, pro-Israel journalist,
will speak on "The Media Against
Israel." Dinner chairman is Jerome Katz.
Journal chairmen are Ethan Gross and
Franci Lopatin Feld. Call the Torah
Center, .(248) 855-6170.

of the national United Jewish Appeal
and served on the boards of the
American Jewish Committee, Hebrew
University, and as president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University. He was a member of the
executive committee of the Jewish
Agency for Israel.
Dinner chairpersons are Bill and
Madeleine Berman, James and Nancy
Grosfeld, Doreen Hermelin, Paul and
Leslie Magy, Allan and Joy Nachman
and Alan and Sandra Schwartz.
Funds raised at the May 10 event will
go for student scholarships; 25 Detroit
students are enrolled at JTS.
For dinner reservations, call the
Detroit JTS office, (248) 258-0055.

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