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november 1993 cheshvanikislev 5754 volume 11, number 3
NOVEMBER 1993
CHESHVANIKISLEV 5754
VOLUME 11, NUMBER 3
FROM RABBI WEBER
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'I
t takes an entire village to raise a child, but the village
isn't there for the children anymore." (Indianapolis
Newsweek's
August 2, 1 993.)
Prosecutor Jeff Modisett, quoted in
story on teenage violence,
cover
At one time or another, it happens to all of us. Sitting in a serv­
ice, or during our yearly "usher duty," we ask a youngster to be
quiet. The child glares at us and says, "Why should I? You're
,.
not my parent." The miscreant resumes talking with a smu�
grin, as we wonder how to answer this obvious truth which,
somehow, seems to miss the point.
I would like to suggest a response; one which gets right to the
point, and which may produce unexpected results for the talker,
the "shush-er," and even for our congregation. When a child
rejects your request with, "You're not my parent," respond by
saying, "Yes, I
am
your parent. Now be quiet, young man
(young woman)."
I know it sounds strange, but we really do have grounds for
claiming to be the parents of every child in our congregation,
and every child who comes to visit here. Long ago, the rabbis stated,
"Kol Yisrael areivim zeh ba-zeh" are re­
"Every Jew is responsible for every other Jew." So on a basic, Jewish level, we are telling the truth. We
sponsible for each other: for each other's safety, each other's well-being, and even for each other's behavior. (If
I seem to be hinting that this applies to adults, too, please allow me to save that for another article.) If
dren
misbehave - and all the children in our community are
ours - then
our chil­
it is our job to set them straight.
There is another reason, too; one which is especially important at Rodeph Torah. Since we continually speak of
our community as a family, then those who join us are part of our family. And while that would technically
make us more like aunts, uncles and grandparents than actual parents, the principle still holds: the kids in our
congregation are not strangers; and we are not strangers to them. We are all part of several large families - a
temple family, a Jewish family, a human family - and so, in more ways than one, we are their parents.
Now, please, a word about moderation. Let's remember that our congregation welcomes children to every serv­
ice, and that we do not ask them to be something they are not. Kids are kids, and we should not expect them to
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be miniature adults. If you are considering the use of this ''parental power," ask yourself first: Am I calling for
behavior which is reasonable to expect from them, or am I trying to turn Rodeph Torah into a mausoleum?
There are congregations which require absolute silence in the sanctuary, and which strongly recommend that
children not exist during services. That is not our way, and I am glad. The sounds of children are beautiful, and
precious, and Jewish; we even pray to hear them when a couple gets married and creates a family. "May the
sounds of children fill our homes, as they fill the streets of Jerusalem." If children's sounds are good enough for
Jerusalem, they are certainly good enough for our little shul, too.
Our concern as "community parents" should not be for the littlest peep a kid can make.
Instead,
I hope we will
focus on the sounds and activities which distract them - and us - from the duties of prayer and study during a
service. When teenagers play around during a service, or pay no attention when "the other kid" is reading from
the Torah, then it is our job as parents to make them stop. When a youngster gives a ten-minute rendition of
"The Song That Never Ends," it is time for us to suggest that the song either end or continue silently. And when
a child - any child - leaves the sanctuary and spends the service tearing pictures and signs off the Religious
School walls, it is up to us to teach them how to behave in a temple.
What will the child's
real parents
say, when they learn their offspring have been chastised by a stranger claim­
ing parental rights? I believe most of them will understand, and appreciate the concern which prompted it. A
few will complain, and I will be happy to take these calls personally. I would love to reach the point where
every temple member knew that we would all watch out for each other's children, and that sending our children
to TRT would be like sending them to a tremendous family circle meeting. As for guests to our congregation? I
guess they will have two options: either to understand, or not to understand. Those who understand may one
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day turn into members, and become part of the family themselves; those who don't understand will think we are
all a little weird, which is all right, too. In a world where few people care about others, I would not mind at all
if we were known as the congregation that was weird enough to care.
So,
mazal tov
to all of us. We have just given birth to
730 healthy, happy Jewish children. They are ours to
raise, to teach, to help and to love. They are our responsibility. They are our children.
And we don't even have to put them through college!
Shalom,
Rabbi Don Weber
© 1993, Temple Rodeph Torah
We 117orm/y Welcome Tk ,NelVest ;Vem/Jers Of Temple �epA T oroA
Dean and Robyn Brown, and their children, Melissa and Jared
Jerry and Lisa Feldman, and their child, Melissa
Barry and Gwen Greenberg, and their children, Robert and Jamie
Eddie and Stella Guarna, and their children, Jon and David
Danielle Reade
Michael Shanes
David and Beverly Wilpon, and their children, Erica and Kimberly
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SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Friday, IllS
Family Shabbat Service -
8:00 p.m.
November 1993
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Story: "Max the Camel"
* Birthday Blessings for November
Candle Lighting
4:30 p.m., Parashat
Chayei Sarah
Saturday,
Friday,
11/6
11112
Shabbat Morning Service Shabbat Service -
10:00 a.m.
8:30 p.m.
Richard Herzog, Cantorial Soloist
Sermon: ''The Real Threat to Judaism"
Candle Lighting
Saturday,
11113
4:23 p.m.; Parashat Toledot
Shabbat Morning Service -
10:00 a.m.
B'nai Mitzvah: Steven Greenberg and Sean Heitt
Friday,
11119
..
Shabbat Services:
7:30 p.m. - "Very Young People's Shabbat"
(20 minutes, for pre-readers)
8:30 p.m. - Service
Sermon: "God Is In This Place
...
* Anniversary Blessings for November
Candle Lighting
Saturday,
11120
"
4: 17 p.m.; Parashat Vayetze
Shabbat Morning Service
-
10:00 a.m.
Shabbat Afternoon Service - I :00 p.m.
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Stevens
Friday,
11126
Saturday,
11127
8:30 p.m.
4: 13 p.m.; Parashat Vay;shlach
Shabbat Service Candle Lighting
Shabbat Morning Service
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Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
November 1993
TEMPLE RODEPH TORAH of Westem Monmouth
P. O. Box 125, Mohawk Drive, Marlboro, NJ 07746
Office Telephone 308-0055 I Relieious School 308-3836
Nieht Telephone at Temple 303-9701
Rabbi
Donald A. Weber
Educator
Edna Coleman
President
Bruce Cooper
Vice President
Steve Berlin
Office
Home
Corresponding Secretary
Rachel Pachter
Financial Secretary
Ed Russin
Treasurer,
Ron Berman
ex officio
Past President
Ron Berman
Directors
Randy Cranin
Sandy Derris
Ellen Finkelstein
Nina Grossman
MymaKluger
Phyllis Levenstein
Len Prager
!.any Siegel
Marsha Singer
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Linda Weinberg
Building and Grounds
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Steve Berlin
Caring Community
Susan Pack
College Outreach
BarbaraKlein
Design
Kathy Fischer
Shelly Grainer
Education
Sandy Derris
Horaiynu
Carol Adasko
Landscaping
Susan Berman
Judy Freilich
Library
Membership
Ellen Finkelstein
Men's Club President
Neal Finkelstein
Newsletter Editor
Gloria Russin
Newsletter Advertising
Ellen Berrol
Onegs
Phyllis Levenstein
Ritual
Ted Block
Sisterhood President
Social Justice
Bonnie Siegel
Gloria Russin
Yahrzeits
Randy Cranin
Youth
Stuart Gleich
Office Manager
Loretta Shapiro
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Tutor
Beth Chernoff
409-1268
972-2595
308-3836
972-0152
536-8471
536-5653
536-5498
780-6763
780-6763
409-2489
780-8379
972-8624
972-7481
566-7538
536-7458
972-9193
591-8797
780-5811
972-0664
536-8471
536-8615
780-0789
446-5056
462-6872
780-8379
577-0523
780-6763
536-2891
972-8624
972-8624
536-5498
446-6974
536-7458
536-8858
591-8797
536-5498
409-2489
536-7667
308-0055
222-6066
We publish all these names and phone numbers each month. so you will know
whom to call with your questions, suggestions, and offers to help. Please use them!
We are a Member ofthe Union ofAmerican Hebrew Congregations.
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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Have you noticed how lively our religious school is? We are blessed with approximately 400 students and have
grown rapidly in the past few years. With this growth, we need to plan ahead so we can continue to provide the
excellence in Jewish education that we, the faculty and the temple leadership, have strived for in the past. We
must assure that each student receives the attention, the environment, the cognitive and effective vehicle they
deserve, and by that, achieve our goals:
(I to provide an awareness of Jewish living
(I to help students understand their identity as Reform Jews
(I to instill love of Torah, and love of students; to teach with menschlichkeit andyiddishkeit
(I to nurture a passion for Israel as the Jewish homeland
(I to observe the covenant with God in word and deed
(I to uphold a sense of K'lal Yisrael through personal involvement
(I to encourage support and participation in mitzvot (obligations) at temple and at home
(I to explore ways to extend the educational process from the classroom to the home and to the family.
us work together to achieve this huge task. Please come forward when we call on you. Join Horaiynu, make
sure your child is prepared for school: homework done, books and supplies in hand, check book bags regularly
and read all notices. Call us if a problem arises. Be involved.
Let
Only together,
can
we achieve QU[ goals.
B'Veracha,
Edna Coleman, RJE
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Wednesday, November 3
Thursday, November 11
Sunday, November 21
Sunday, November 21
Monday, November 22
Wednesday, December 1
- BarlBat Mitzvah Orientation for parents and students, by invitation; 6:45-8:30
- 3rd grade Open House 4:45-6:45
- Soler (Torah Scribe) Visits our School
- Pre-school: Brotherhood 10:30-12:30
- High School trip to New York City: ''The Survivor," 5:00-10:30 p.m.
- BarlBat Mitzvah Workshop for parents and students, by invitation; 6:45-8:30
MEN'S CLUB
We made it! The rain stopped just in time for Jon Hirsch, Randy Cranin, Hal Sprechnwl, Ron Guralnick and me
to put together the Sukkah. Thanks also to Sisterhood who shared their coffee and desserts with us that cold and
damp Tuesday night.
Give the Gift of Life! The Men's Club will hold a Blood Drive on November 2nd (Election Day) from
6:00-9:00 p.m. at the temple. The blood collected will provide a credit against which all temple members can
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draw. If you can give blood, please do. If you cannot donate, you can still help by registering donors, serving re­
freshments or setting up the facility. Please call NeaJ Finkelstein at 972-8624 if you want to donate or to help.
. ".. and if one has saved a single soul, it is as though one had saved a whole world.
"
(Mishna)
Shalom,
Neal Finkelstein
SISTERHOOD
"Thanks for calling... "; "Thanks for thinking of me... "; "Wow, thanks for calling."
Yes, all those phone calls paid off. On Tuesday evening, September 28th, 35 new TRT women carne to hear
what Sisterhood is all about - what Sisterhood has to offer, and hopefully what they could do for Sisterhood
and their new temple family - to get involved!
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I really felt so good while I was making those calls, hoping to make a difference. Sure, we had sent invitations,
but I was hoping that a call from the president of the organization would let them know just how much we
needed them and wanted them to come and meet us - to come and get involved - and they carne, and they
signed up for committees, and they promised to get involved. It is amazing what a phone call can do!
My thanks to Andrea Block and Donna Hirsch for making the evening so upbeat and festive, and my very spe­
cial thanks to Sheryl Cooper for being "me," since I had to attend a Middletown Board of Education meeting
(where a few, but vocal, residents really made me question the future of education in this state). Thanks also to
Leslie Berlin, Rachel Pachter, Maxine Relkin and Lois Korman.
In November, having invited our friends from Hadassah, we will be hosting Rabbi Shira Stem's book
discussion - Tuesday evening, November 16th, at 8 p.m. (note the change). We will also, along with Men's
Club, be sponsoring the Torah Project Kick-Off. December is our huge Hanukkah party and sale with
Horaiynu.
Obviously, we need you all to get involved. Come down just once, and you will be hooked!
Bonnie
SOCIAL JUSTICE
November is a busy month for us with many events taking place.
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TRT's Hanukkah Toy Drive will be held from November 1st through November 21st. Please remember to bring
a new toy for a child who would otherwise not receive any for the holidays. The toy must be new and un­
wrapped, and will be distributed by Jewish Family Services.
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We will be having a Food Drive at Foodtown of Manalapan and Shoprite of Freehold on Sunday, November
21st. Volunteers are needed to help collect the food. If you would like to participate, call Bill Fireman at
972-2572.
On Sunday, November 7th, TRT will be assisting Temple Shaari Emeth with their Race For Hunger. Volun­
teers are needed for registration and to help along the route. If you are interested in helping, please contact
Gerry Newman at 536-3458.
I would like to thank Sindy Weiner and Annette Rudnick for arranging our morning at the Freehold Rehabilita­
tion Center, and all our temple members who participated. Our thanks and much appreciation go to Heather
Borshof and Scott Leader for conducting services at the center. It was wonderful.
A belated thanks to Harvey Singer, for helping with the Yom Kippur Mazon Collection.
I would also like to extend a warm welcome to Margery Mina as our newest committee member.
Shalom,
Gloria Russin
A LETTER FROM THE MARLBORO FOOD PANTRY
Dear Rabbi Weber,
Again the amount of food collected surpassed our wildest dreams. How can we ever thank all of your congregants
for their overwhelming support of the food pantry?
Friday Night's food was sent to the Wicker Church for their pantry. The remainder of Friday's food was sent to
the Morganville Senior Center on Wicker Place. Saturday's food was divided between our pantry and the Samari­
tan Center. All the food has been distributed already.
Your continued support over the past three years has really made the difference. Happy New Year to all!
Fondly,
Harriet Schlossberg, Director
SENIOR YOUTH GROUP
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We are looking ahead to the best year our Youth Group has had in a long time. We started our program this
year with a very successful scavenger hunt, and in order to keep having events this successful, we .eed more
memben! So, if you like to have fun and eat great food (pizza, bagels, Pop-Tarts, etc ... ), come to the next
event.
The next event is a Movie Night. We will be watching The Breakfast Club. and just in case anyone gets hungry
during the movie, it is rumored that Elijah will be delivering pizza to the Youth Lounge. But remember, Elijah
doesn't deliver pizza for free, so be sure to bring $2 and a can of food for the hungry.
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Our next action-packed event is a Bowling Match against the Temple Men's Club. This event gives us a
chance to embarrass a bunch of middle-aged men who will be obligated to throw us a party when we beat them.
Our defeat of the so-called "Men's Club" will take place in November, so watch for details. We will also have
another Movie Night in November.
Yes, we have scheduled a RTSY SHUL-IN! For those of you who are uninitiated in the art of Shul-Ins, it is ba­
sically an all-night party where you can get to know people and just have a great time. Our Shul-In will be in
December. There is also a ski trip in our future, so if you want to learn how to ski, or fine tune your powder­
shredding skills, this January is the time to do it. Last, but not least, we have another Movie Night in January.
If you have any questions about RTSY (Rodeph Torah Senior Youth), call Heather Borshof at 972-3070. If all
this sounds interesting, bring yourself and your dues to our next event. See you there!
Josh Katz, RTSY Editor
NEWS AND NOTES
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WATCH FOR YOUR A.R.Z.A. CHECK-OFF
Your December dues bill will include a voluntary $25 check-off for dues to A.R.Z.A., the Association of Re­
form Zionists of America. A.R.Z.A. is now the second largest Zionist organization in the world (after Hadas­
sah), and is the voice for equality and respect for Reform Judaism in Israel. Especially in light of the current
extremist tendencies in Israel, your support for this voice of reason and moderation is especially important!
Your dues will help A.R.Z.A. continue its work to guarantee that Israel remains open to all Jews, regardless of
our religious affiliation or background. Dues are tax-deductible, and you will automatically be enrolled or re­
enrolled by including the $25 with your Temple dues payment. Please help A.R.Z.A. help us all!
PLEASE RESPECT THE RESERVED PARKING SPACES
The parking spaces closest to our building are reserved for people with special needs, represented by "Special Access" license plates and permits. These spaces are placed where they are
for a reason, and your cooperation in leaving them available is appreciated. Even in bad
weather, even when you are "just going to be a minute," please do not use these spaces without
a permit. Thank you.
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UAHC OFFERS INTERMARRIEDS' PROGRAM AT RODEPH TORAH
"Opening Doors: A Liberal Jewish Perspective on Intermarriage" is a six-week discussion series for interfaith
couples, sponsored by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The program will take place on Thursday
evenings, here at Rodeph Torah, beginning November 11th. Couples are invited to share issues and concerns of
interfaith family life in a supportive, non-judgemental setting. Registration is limited to eight couples, and is
open to the entire community. For further information and/or registration, please call Kathryn Kahn, Program
Coordinator, at 201-599-0080, or ask Rabbi Weber.
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LIBRARY NEWS
The Temple Library is open for borrowing, browsing, meditating and, of course, reading during religious school
hours. Instructions for borrowing books are posted on the wall. Feel free to come in and check
out our expanding collection. Some new selections are:
Deborah, Golda and Me, by Letty Cottin Pogrebin
Heritage - Civilization and the Jews, by Abba Eban
The Unorthodox Book ofJewish Records and Lists, by Allan Gould and Danny Siegel
A Child's Book ofMidrash, by Barbara Diamond Goldin
When All You Ever Wanted Isn't Enough, by Harold Kushner.
PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU
When scheduling a Iife-cycle event in which you would like Rabbi Weber to participate (weddings, namings,
funerals, unveilings, etc.), please call him first. If you set the time for such events without calling, it may be im­
possible for him to attend. Though a funeral overrides almost everything else, clearing the time in advance may
save us from disrupting classes or programs already scheduled.
We understand the stressful nature of such times in our lives, and with your help we can make them a little eas­
ier on everyone.
If you have any questions about Iife-cycle events, please feel free to call Rabbi Weber.
NEW
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N.J. JEWISH SINGLES DIRECTORY
The Jewish Singles Directory is an exciting new way for Jewish singles over the age of 21, throughout the New
Jersey-West Hudson Valley region, to meet each other. This newly created network will enable Jewish singles to
meet each other in a non-threatening, mutually agreeable fashion.
The Directory is a non-profit project of the Reform Movement, sponsored by our region of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations (UAHC).
For $36 your listing with photo lets you match your interests with other Jewish singles. The listing allows you to
send a postcard of introduction to anyone you choose, or receive a postcard from someone interested in meeting
you.
For further information about the Directory, call Gilda Fier, Project Coordinator, at the UAHC office in Paramus
(201) 599-0080.
PERMANENT Y AHRZEIT CALENDARS ARE AVAILABLE
Mount Sinai Memorial Chapels offers 20-year Yahrzeit calendars free of charge to any Rodeph Torah member
who wishes. The calendars are imprinted with the deceased's name, date of death, cemetery information, and
the name and relationship of the person requesting the calendar.
To obtain this calendar (or as many as needed), just submit the information in writing to the Chapel at 454
Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, N.J. 08816. You must include all the information listed above, typed or
clearly printed.
There is no cost or obligation for this service, and we thank Mr. Peter Kulbacki for making this generous offer.
You may call him at 390-9199 if you have any questions.
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NEWS AND NOTES, continued
THINKING ABOUT A BARIBAT MITZVAH IN ISRAEL?
The Reform Movement has an information packet available for anyone considering a Bar or Bat Mitzvah cele­
bration in Israel. The arran gements are not complicated, but advance planning-and thought-are required. In ad­
dition, Temple Rodeph Torah will help in every way possible to make this occasion special and practical.
For a copy of the packet, call Rabbi Weber.
A SHOPPING LIST FOR THE FOOD PANTRY
Our local food pantries offer basic food supplies to needy families and senior citizens, without charge. Through
our Social Justice Committee, Temple Rodeph Torah is participating in an ongoing program to gather food for
the hungry.
These items are in extremely short supply: meat and fish in cans, peanut butter, and any other protein-rich
foods; baby food and formula; canned soups; disposable diapers. The following items are also needed: any kind
of pasta, rice, instant potatoes, beans, macaroni dinners, spaghetti sauce, canned chili (pasta meals, etc.), canned
vegetables, canned fruit, peanut butter, jelly, hot and cold cereals, powdered and evaporated milk, coffee, tea,
cocoa, crackers, cookies, sugar, canned and bottled juices, baby food and formula, especially disposable dia­
pers, bath soap, bath tissue, dish detergent and laundry products.
When you go food shopping, please buy one of these items for yourself and another to donate to the food pan­
try. Remember, when you sit down to your dinner, there is someone-maybe a child like yours or an elderly per­
son like your parents-who is going hungry that night.
If you have any questions, please call Gloria Russin, our Social Justice Chair, at 536-5498.
THE TREE OF LIFE
The Tree of Life is a symbol of growth and joy. It reminds us of the Torah, which is called
"Etz Chaim," a tree
of life.
For those of you who have walked by our new Tree of Life and wondered about it, here is some information.
The "leaves" of the tree are designed to be filled with happy memories of our lives-our
simchas. As a relatively
young congregation, most of the leaves celebrate births and B'nai Mitzvah. Of course, leaves may be purchased
for other events such as marriages, anniversaries, and special, important times in our lives. It is truly a wonder­
ful way to commemorate an event!
For more information, or to receive a Donor Form, call the Temple office.
SHOUT, SHOUT, LET IT ALL OUT!
Do you want to SHOUT OUT your good news to the congregation?
For any special event in your family (birthdays, anniversaries, promotions, new babies, etc.) you can now spon­
sor an
Oneg Shabbat. For a minimum of$18 you can celebrate your simcha at any Friday night service. All you
have to do is call Phyllis Levenstein at 536-7458, ,and we'll do the rest! Your donation will help to defray the
costs of our weekJy
Onegs.
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It is with pride and love that we invite our family and friends to share our happiness when our son, Sean, is
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, November 13, 1993, at 10:00 a.m. Please join us for the
Oneg following services.
Helena and Maurice Heitt
When our son, Steven, is called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, November 13, 1993, at 10:00 a.m.,
it would be our pleasure for our friends and family to share this very special occasion with us. Please join us for
the
Oneg following services.
Barbara and Murray Greenberg
It is with great joy that we invite our family and friends to share this special day when our son, Richard, is
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, November 20, 1993, at 1 :00 p.m. Please join us for the
Oneg
following services.
Marge and Jeff Stevens
OUR CONDOLENCES
toIris, Paul, Cindy, Steven, Jeffrey and Janna Frommer, on the death ofIris' father, Edward Jedel
to Ellie, Gary, David and Michael Brachfeld, on the death of Ellie's mother, Thebna Tebrow
to Donna, Jon, Jessica and Jared Hirsch, on the death of Donna's cousin, Brian Groleau
to
Steve, Ellen, Bryan and Dena Berrol, on the death of Steve's mother, Jean Berrol
to Mark, Shelly, Bill and Hallie Grainer, on the death of Mark's grandmother, Lilly Buchwald
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to Jay, Roberta, Justin and Shelby Taffer, on the death of Jay's mother, Beatrice Taffer
"Zichronam Livracha "
May their memory be a blessing to all who knew them.
CONTRIBUTIONS
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To The Buildin Fund
Pat, Bill, Jon an Jill Rogove, in memory of Edgar Hirsch, father of Jon Hirsch
Ellen and Robert Levine, in memory ofThebnaTebrow, mother of Ellie Brachfeld
Susan andTony Iorlano, in memory ofThebnaTebrow, mother of Ellie Brachfeld
Nina, Rich, Emily and Pam Grossman:
in memory of the grandmother of Mark Grainer
in memory of Edgar Hirsch, father of Jon Hirsch
in honor of the birth of Rebecca Ruth Block
in honor of the birth of Sylvia Landau's grandson
)
To The General Fund
Betty and Harry Brown:
in memory of Michelle S. Friedman
in memory of Enid Brown
Niki and Sol Weber
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CONTRIBUTIONS, continued
To the General Fund
Maxine, Barry, Justin and Joshua Relkin, in memory of Ruth Maslansky
Barbara and Fred Herzog:
in memory of Emanuel Herzog
in memory of Irving Foudin
To The Herzog Cantorial Fund
Betty Fass, in memory of Donavin Henshaw
Nina, Rich, Emily and Pam Grossman, in appreciation of Rich Herzog for his beautiful cantorial performances
over the High Holidays
The Kirschenbaum Family, in appreciation of Rich Herzog
To The HirschIRosen Memorial Youth Fund
Ellen, Neal, Rachel and Jill FiIlkelstein, in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Randi Placona
Sheryl, Bruce, Jonathan and Michelle Cooper:
in memory of Edgar Hirsch, father of Jon Hirsch
with best wishes for the speedy recovery of Sara Levenstein
Rose and Stanley Dreier, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Greenberg
Esther and Bernard Gellerman, in memory of Jody Rosen
To The Prayerbook Fund
Leslie and Jonathan Seidel and Family, in memory of Richard Galin
Nina, Rich, Emily and Pam Grossman, in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Daniela Quint
Daniela Quint and Family, in appreciation of Beth Chernoff
a;.:
Rabbi's Discretion
Fund
Fern Said and Frien � in memory of Steven Salti
Vivian and Elia Salti, in memory of Steven Salti
Eric Brown and Lisa Hannon, in honor of Eric's conversion to Judaism
Evan, Randi, Tara and Cory Cole, in memory of Charles 1. Cole
Jack and Bonnie Kirschenbaum, in memory of Craig Fischer
Helena, Maurice, Sean and Ryan Heitt, in memory of Nettie Troyansky Schulman, and in appreciation of Rabbi
Weber
Lenore and Aaron Harmon, in honor of the 60th Anniversary of Moe and Betty Klores
Nancy & Kenny Lazaroff, in memory of Nettie Schulman, mother of Helena Heitt
Judith and AI Mossman, in appreciation
Ruth and Harry Brachfeld, with best wishes for a happy and healthy New Year
To The Reli2ious School Equipment Fund
TheRafaloffFamily:
in honor of the Bat Mitzvah ofRandi Placona
in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Rachel Robby
Fran and Sid Lavender and Marsha Singer, in honor of Adam andRory Singer and Ian and Alyssa Capezzano ''just because"
To Tbe S({er Torah Project
Gloria, Ed, Steve and BarryRussin:
in appreciation ofRabbi Weber with love and thanks
in appreciation ofRich Herzog for making the New Year special
in appreciation ofRich Grossman for making the New Year special
Helena and Maurice Heitt, in memory of Enid Brown
The Shapiro Family:
10 memory of WarrenRingler
in honor of the Bat Mitzvah of Daniela Quint
Page 12
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Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
November 1993
WE THANK THESE PEOPLE, WHO HAVE FULFILLED THEIR
1993 HOLIDAY PLEDGES:
Beverly and Steve Azarchi
Marcia and Joel Borshof
Andrea and Joel Brandt
David Brown
Pearl and Herbert Buchalter
Janice and Neil Feldman
Bella Gilbert
Herbert Greenberg
Barbara and Murray Greenberg
Magdalene and Edward Lewis
Marilyn and Michael Litt
Alice and Albert Meiseles
Leslie and Eric Rosenstock
Gloria and Edward Russin
Alice and Irving Stone
Libby and Hennan Suskind
AND OUR THANKS TO THE PEOPLE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO
OUR HIGH HOLIDAY MAZON COLLECTION:
Vivian Blankenstein
Pearl and Herbert Buchalter
Sheryl and Bruce Cooper
Judith Croes
Regina and Bernard Derris
Ellen and Neal Finkelstein
Ilene and Bill Fireman
Dr. Ralph Garfield
Nina and Rich Grossman
Maxine and Richard Herzog
Laurie Kaufman
Bonnie and Jack Kirschenbaum
Mindy and Charles Kavitsky
Marcia and Randall Krakauer
Ellen and Robert Levine
Harriet and Ira Madan
Gerald Newman
Rachel and Erik Pachter
Maxine and Neal Perlman
Leslie and Eric Rosenstock
Gloria and Ed Russin
Iris and Joel Schleifstein
Loretta and Allen Shapiro
Reita and Allan Silver
Irene and Stuart Sperling
Rabbis Don Weber and Shira Stem
Bonnie and Peter Sugannan
Naomi and Sol Weber
Linda and Stuart Weinberg
AND, thank you to all those who mailed their
contributions directly to MAZON.
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November 1993
Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
TEMPLE RODEPH TORAH of Westem Monmouth
P.O. Box 125, Marlboro, NJ 07746
TEMPLE CONTRIBUTIONS FORM
.BUILDING FUND (For the construction and maintenance of our home)
CRAIG FISCHER MEMORIAL FUND (See information in this Newsletter)
GENERAL FUND (For the maintenance of temple programs & activities)
.HERZOG CANTORIAL FUND (For the future cantorial needs of the congregation)
.mRSCHlROSEN MEMORIAL YOUTII FUND (provides programs for the youth of our congregation)
.LIBRARY FUND (For the purchase of books for our new Library)
.PRAYERBOOK FUND (For the purchase of prayerbooks)
Any amount may be donated to this Fund, but a contribution of $20 or more is
required to dedicate a prayerbook.
---:RABBI'S DISCRETIONARY FUND (Administered by the Rabbi for the benefit of the congregation)*
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SCHOOL EQUIPMENT FUND (provides durable equipment for the Religious School)
SISTERHOOD TRIBUTE FUND (To further the work of Sisterhood)
TEMPLE BEAUTIFICATION FUND (For the purchase of art and aesthetically
pleasing items for our building)
WILLNERM'EINSTEIN EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENT FUND (Provides interest
income for the Religious School's future)
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TREE OF LIFEIMEMORIAL PLAQUES: To celebrate a special occasion by purchasing a leaf for the
Tree of Life, or to honor the memory of a loved one who has died, please call the Temple office. A Dedication
Form will be sent to you.
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* Make checks payable to TRT-Rabbi 's Discretionary Fund.
All other fund checks payable to Temple Rodeph Torah.
This donation is being made:
In MEMORY of:
In HONOR of:
Donation made by:
Name:
Address:
Acknowledgement to be sent to the following:
Name:
Address:
Contributions of any amount are welcomed, but there is a five dollar minimum for each acknowledgement you
wish sent.
Please refer all questions to our temple office, 308-0055.
Page 14
November 1993
Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
COMMUNITY JOB BANK
JOBS OFFERED
JOBS WANTED
x. Prudential Insurance Co. Hiring sales reps. Guaranteed salary.
42. Controller-20 yrs diversified exp, incl. monthly closings, tax
filings, 40 1(k) administration, banking & managing 8C­
colUlting dept.
a. Marketing/Management Position, Red Bank Area. Sales­
oriented individual to market investment plans. Salary + b0nus + benefits.
43. Controller/CPA with 16+ yrs exp
as
Controller with full fi-
nancial responsibilities & SEC reporting. Importing! Dis­
tribution & Retail backgrolUld.
b. Medical/Surgical Social Worker-MSW, NYS Certification.
Provide social work/discharge planning services to hospital­
ized patients.
c. Director of Finance-salary to S60K; Cost & Budget Mgr-salary
to S55K; Sales Group, Health & Disability-salary to S50K +
comm; Health Claims Examiner-salary to S45K; StafT Ana­
lyst, Corp. Tax-salary to S33K. NYC Health Insurance
Company, Lower Broadway.
If you would like to know more about any
d.TV, VCR technician, experienced. Apply in person, Matawan
particular job listed here, please call the
Rabbi.
Computers, Main Street, Matawan.
e. Asst. teacher-5 mornings/week, 9:30 am- 12noon. Judaic back­
grolUld important.
If you are in need of a job or have a job to
offer, please call Rabbi Weber at
972-2595.
All calls will be kept strictly confidential.
PLEASE
REMEMBER
to bring food for the
hungry!
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Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
November 1993
YAHRZEITS
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DATE
DECEASED
SHABBAT OBSERVANCE 1115-6
REMEMBERED BY
10/31
10/31
1111
1111
1111
1111
1112
1113
1113
1113
1114
1116
Loretta Shapiro
Barbara Rosenthal
Jay Davis
William & Helen Shapiro ?"T
Ro Reibel
Gary Shukovsky
Loretta Shapiro
Fred Gross
Sheri Rosenthal
Saul Siegel
Gerry Newman
Lori Liebennan
Mary Eterno*
Joyce Levy
Leah Davidowitz
Elizabeth Shapiro
Milton Guttman
Clara Shukovsky
Rose Neal*
George Gross
Edith Schlessberg
Abe Siegel
Sidney Newman
Sylvia Laski
SHABBAT OBSERVANCE 11/12-13
1117
1117
11/8
11/8
11/9
11110
1l1l0
11110
11110
11111
11I l l
l lill
11/11
11112
11112
Gilbert Kappelman
Jacob Miller
Faye Kaner
Louis Gordon
Edith Pincus
Phil Miller
Beverly Cohen
Karen Hurewitz
Kristallnacht
Helen Bogan
Miriam Kaplan Singer
Abe Mesmer
Gerald Weiner
Miriam Hymanson
Max Porcelain
Robert Cohen
Robert R. Singer*
Bernard Satkowitz
Jerome Gold
Felicia Goldberg
Harvey Singer
Donald Mesmer
Louis Weiner
Meryl Glickman
Don Porcelain
Eleanor Brachfeld
Leslie Rosenstock
Rochelle Friedman
Mitchell Gold
SHABBAT OBSERVANCE 11119-20
11114
11116
11115
11/16
11116
11117
11117
11118
11118
11118
11118
11119
11120
11120
Bill Messinger
Milton Schlosser
Rose Cranin
Harry Fischer*
David Rogove
Charles J. Freilich*
Morris M. Hemmendinger
Pauline Schwartz
Samuel Schulman
Abe Sussman
Bernard H. Loebel*
Irving Zeltzer*
Janice Laura Seifter*
Helen Kappelman
Harvey Messinger
Stuart Glickman
Randy Cranin
Craig Fischer ?"T
Bill Rogove
Irv Freilich
Gerry Chelnik
Barbara Zion
Helena Heitt
Leslie Auerbach
Janet Fine
Ellen Levine & Ray Zeltzer
Bobbi Rafaloff & Shirley Newman ?"T
Edith Pincus
Page 16
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November 1993
Temple Rodeph Torah NEWS
Y AHRZEITS, Continued
DECEASED
DATE
SHABBAT OBSERVANCE 11126-27
REMEMBERED BY
11121
11121
11122
11122
11/22
11/23
11123
11123
11124
11124
11126
11126
11126
11126
11126
11/27
11127
Robert Cariello
David Cohen
Peter Sugarman
Jon Klein
Irwin Shapiro
Zenia Miller
Loretta Shapiro
Ellen Zipkin
Shari Schwartz
Susan Hyatt-Grebow
Roberta Rafaloff & Shirley Newman ""T
Ron & Jackie Klug, and Amy & Nicki Klug
Edith Pincus
Alice Cohen
Michael Leader
Richard & Fred Herzog, and Rose Herzog
Paula Kanofsky
Frank Cariello·
Rose Cohen
Naomi Sugarman
Sara Shraberg
Harry Shapiro
Alex Weiner
Theresa Amarosa·
Max Blank·
Maxwell Pachman
Sylvia Hyatt
Pauline Seifter·
Hans Michael Rosenow·
Helen Molly Kappelman
Margit Jacobs
Sidney Leader·
Emanuel Herzog·
Stuart Sharenow
SHABBAT OBSERVANCE 12/3-4
11128
11128
11128
11/29
11130
11/30
11130
11/30
Robert Leibowitz
Harvey Cohen
Steve Rykus
Zelda Diner
Judy Goldberg & Samuel Berger
Steven Kaufinan
Evelyn Sales
Rabbi Shira Stem
Herman Leibowitz
Albert Cohen
Mordechi Finkelstein
Max Lipset
Susan Berger Schack·
Leonard Kaufinan
Anna Millman
Clara Stem
*
Indicates the dedication of a plaque on our Memorial Wall.
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Jewish tradition suggests that we give tudalulh to hODor the memory of
our loved ODes who kave died.
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Temple Rodeph Torah
November 1993
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Drive
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Comm.
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Committee
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Religious School
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Rabbi Stern
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"Jewish Life"
11
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"Mysticism"
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18
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Religious School
Join Us on November 21st, As We Begin to Write Our Torah!
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December 1993
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8:00 pm Family
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9
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"Jewish Life"
12
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13
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16
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Advance-Planning Calendar; See December's Newsletter for Details.
GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE
" ... and if one has saved a single soul,
it is as though one had saved a whole
world. "
On November 2, from 6 to 9 p.m., you have a
chance to save the whole world. The Men's
Club will be conducting a blood drive for
Central Jersey Blood Services at the Temple.
Donating b100d is safe and easy to do.
For more information, or to schedule an
appointment, please call Neal Finkelstein at
972-8624
Sisterhood invites you to a discussion
led by Rabbi Shira Stern
Tuesday, November 16, at 8:00 pm.
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Please join us! ! Refreshments will be served .
Co-sponsors: UAHC .Vew Jersey- West Hudson Valley Council and its ReKiOfwl Outreach Commiaee.
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Torah Proj ect Begins on
Sunday, November 2 1
Save the date
Next month we will have the rare opportunity to be present as t h e
actual w riting of o u r torah scroll is begu n .
O ur scribe will spend the morning i n our Religious School, teaching
our children the laws and traditions that surround this sacred,
ancient practice. And then, beginning at 1 2 : 3 0, we will move into
the sanctuary, where we will watch the w riting of t h e first
col u m n s .
This i s a unique opportunity to participate i n a 3 000 year-old
tradition that lies at the very core of Judaism.
D o n ' t m iss t h is once-in-a-l ifetime opport u n ity.
welcome
at
this
joyous
event;
Refreshments will be served.
feel
free
to
Everyone is
bring
P l an to come to the temple on
November 2 1 at 1 2 : 3 0 PM.
TEMPLE RODEPH TORAH OF WESTERN MONMOUTH
PO Box
guests .
1 25, Mohawk Drive, Marlboro NJ 07746 (908) 308-0055
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in each preg nancy of produci ng a Tay-Sachs chi ld.
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ful l , healthy fam i lies.
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Testing and cou nseli ng may avert future tragedy.
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