dr. david dalin, our visiting scholar for 5774

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dr. david dalin, our visiting scholar for 5774
The bulletin is published in memory of Walter and Kathleen Fried
RABBI MICHAEL PANITZ
7255 Granby Street • Norfolk, Virginia 23505 • Phone 757-489-4550 • Fax 757-489-3425 • E-mail: [email protected] • Website: http://www.templeisraelva.org
Volume 58 Number 10
Tishri/Cheshvan 5774
October 2013
DR. DAVID DALIN, OUR VISITING SCHOLAR FOR 5774
Mark your calendars for the weekend of October 20th - 21st, when
Dr. David Dalin will be here as our Scholar-in-Residence.
Dr. Dalin will speak at Shabbat Services on the morning of October 19th, at the
conclusion of services, on “How Chanukkah Became a
Major American Jewish Holiday”.
Then he will speak Saturday evening at 7:30, along with Rabbi Panitz, on
“The American Presidents and the Jews”.
He will speak again on Sunday, October 20th at 2:00 PM at the Portsmouth Jewish
Museum and Cultural Center in Portsmouth.
We hope to see you at these events to hear this fascinating speaker!
TEMPLE ISRAEL
A MESSAGE FROM THE RABBI
• Founded in 1953 •
7255 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23505
Office Phone: 757-489-4550
Fax: 757-489-3425
Affiliated with the
United Synagogue of
Conservative Judaism
Dr. Michael E. Panitz .............Rabbi
* Isaac Danker ....... Cantor Emeritus
Dr. Reuven Rohn…..Gabbai Rishon
Lois Einhorn...............Gabbai Sheni
OFFICERS OF
THE CONGREGATION
Phil Walzer....................... President
Andrew Rabiner .... V.P. Administration
Susan Eilberg ....... V.P. Fundraising
and Membership
Sara Jo Rubin …V.P. Community
and Outreach
Robin Hutchinson ... V.P. Education
and Young Families
Cheryl Dronzek ................ Secretary
Marcie Waranch ............... Treasurer
* Julian Rashkind..Honorary President
(* of blessed memory)
TRUSTEES
Barry Einhorn
Dr.Dr.Barry
Einhorn
Daniel Gordon
Daniel
Steve Gordon
Sandler
Richard Saunders
Steve Sandler
Richard Saunders
TEMPLE STAFF
Leslie Bradner...Executive
………..Director
Nancy Tucker ..... Secretary
Kathryn Morton
............ Education Director
....... Cultural Arts Director
Bulletin Editor
Nancy Tucker
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 2
OUR VISITING SCHOLAR IS COMING
TO TOWN
Learning, like life, has both everyday rhythms and
special moments. On a daily basis, we at Temple
Israel make Jewish education central to all of our
religious and cultural activities. As the Talmud states,
"talmud torah k'neged kulam"-- the study of Torah is
fundamental to the fulfillment of all other
commandments. But we are also especially pleased when we can be part of
a learning experience going beyond the everyday.
On October 19, we will be hosting Dr. David Dalin, our Visiting
Scholar for 5774. Dr. Dalin is a widely-published author in the field of
American Jewish History. He has authored or co-authored dozens of
important books, including an encyclopedic survery of The American
Presidents and the Jews and an essential collection of historical documents,
Religion and State in the American Jewish Experience. He has served on
"Think Tanks" in Washington, D.C., and is now a professor at the Ave
Maria College in Florida.
We will have three opportunities to learn from Dr. Dalin in the course of
the weekend of October 19-20. On Saturday morning, at the conclusion of
our morning services, he will share a presentation on "How Chanukkah
Became a Major American Jewish Holiday." As is well known,
Chanukkah is a "minor festival" in traditional Judaism. But for many
American Jews, it has achieved a major status. How did that happen?
Moreover, Chanukkah has become a major seasonal holiday in American
eyes, generally. As Rabbi Dalin will discuss, one more recent example of
the Americanization of Chanukkah, and Chanukkah's status as a major
American holiday, is the coming of Chanukkah to the White House where,
during the past decade, Chanukkah parties have been hosted by American
Presidents and their families and kosher food has been served at the White
House Chanukkah parties.
The Chanukkah connection will also involve mention of the coins in our
Brenner Memorial Coin Exhibit. These coins, representing the history of
the Jewish people and those who ruled over our ancestors, thousands of
years ago, are on permanent display, and are wonderful tools supporting
our educational mission.
On Saturday evening, at 7:30, Dr. Dalin and I will participate in an open
conversation on "The American Presidents and the Jews." Our
president, Phil Walzer, will moderate the discussion. In an informal
setting, we will have the opportunity to converse with our distinguished
guest scholar and tap his considerable knowledge of our history as
Americans and as Jews.
The next day, Sunday, October 20, at 2 PM, Dr. Dalin will give a lecture
at the Portsmouth Jewish museum and cultural center. His lecture will deal
(Continued on page 5)
WELCOME TO THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR
We are off and running with Sunday Religious School,
which began September 8th.
The students are already having a great time.
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 3
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
A few months ago, I read a book titled “Reimagining Leadership in Jewish
Organizations.” It wasn’t as dry as it sounds. It talked about nurturing, risk-taking,
developing a vision. All good points. But the one that really captured my interest came
towards the end of the book. The author, Misha Galperin, spoke about the concept of
b’tzelem Elohim, or being created in God’s image.
“What would it mean,” Galperin wrote, “if people really treated each other as images
of God? It would mean that everyone is unique. It would mean that everyone is infinitely
precious….If we really treated people this way, it would revolutionize the way we work in
the world.”
This idea of b’tzelem Elohim was summarized movingly by Rabbi David Wolpe of
Los Angeles, who recently wrote: “Untangle the strands of our spiritual DNA, and you will discover a spark, in
every human being, of the One who spoke and created the world.”
At Temple Israel, I believe this is standard operating procedure. I’ve seen countless examples where we treat
one another as “infinitely precious.” Or, in a phrase the rabbi will expand on later in the holidays, we are a
“caring community.” And that’s as it should be.
Here’s one recent instance that probably few of you know about: One of our Shabbat regulars, who had joined
both our religion and our synagogue barely a year before, moved south this summer with her young son. In her
short time here, she developed a tight network of friends, who did not desert her when she left. They continue to
call her, sometimes every couple of days, to check on her progress – social and religious – and cheer her on.
In good times and bad, we sustain one another. At minyan, we console those who are mourning, sometimes
with a hug, sometimes with a bad joke or simply a smile. At aufrufs, birthday kiddushes or bar or bat mitzvah
ceremonies, we rejoice as if we were members of the family – because, in fact, we are.
At school, too, our children make impressive moral leaps. One day, three boys see a quarter lying on the floor
in the hallway. Luck-eee, says one. Another says, “Yeah, when you find money and put it in the tzedakah box,
you feel good all day.” All three then go to the principal’s office to deposit the quarter in the tzedakah container.
A true story.
In short, we see the beauty in one another regardless of age, income, background or level of observance.
Again, as it should be.
When I told Rabbi Panitz about the topic of my speech, he referred me to the late French philosopher
Emmanuel Levinas. And Levinas reinforced a significant point: When searching for the image of God in others,
we ourselves come closer to the ideal that God had hoped human beings would achieve. “In the face of the other,”
Levinas wrote, “I demand more of myself.”
Now you might be thinking: This all sounds nice, but how in the world is it connected with the High Holiday
appeal, which is what he’s finally going to get to at some point? I’ll tell you how.
In a very concrete way, your High Holiday pledge will keep the synagogue and all of its activities functioning
smoothly and will help us meet our budget. As someone who thinks about Temple Israel’s budget at least weekly,
if not daily, I’d say that’s pretty important. But let’s look at it in a different way.
Yes, your contributions will allow us to keep providing a high level of religious services every holiday, every
Shabbat, in fact every day of the year. That, of course, will bring us closer to God. And that, in turn, will help peel
away the barriers, opening us up so that we can draw closer and see one another in a more generous light. In the
process, each of us will take a giant step toward the ideal selves we aspire to become this holiday season. In other
words, everyone wins.
Your support, too, will help fund our Shabbat kiddushes. At least for me, it’s the most filling lunch of the
week, by far. But look more closely Saturday when we’re in Brody or on the atrium. It’s not just eating that’s
going on there. You’ll see nothing less than the nurturing of the soul, as old acquaintances catch up and new
relationships are born, again crossing the lines of wealth, geography and generation.
(Continued on page 5)
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 4
Rabbi’s column (continued from page 2)
with the American presidents and the Jews in the turbulent decade leading up to the American Civil War.
Please plan on attending as many of these events as you can. You will come away from the weekend with
much to think about!
Shalom,
Rabbi Michael Panitz
Phil Walzer’s column continued from page 4
And your help will sustain our religious school – where creative sparks fly up every Sunday, producing
moments of wonder and transcendence between student and student, student and teacher.
I guess what I’m trying to say is this: By supporting Temple Israel, you are sustaining an important and
powerful religious institution. But you’re doing so much more. You are building ladders to self-improvement,
building bridges to new worlds. You are creating lifelong friendships and caring communities. You are changing
lives.
Please help us reach our goal of $50,000 this year. Thank you for your support of Temple Israel. May we all
discover the beauty and nobility in one another throughout the coming year.
Phil Walzer, President
Thank you to the Men’s Club for
helping to put up the Temple Israel
Sukkah and Rabbi and Sheila’s
Sukkah. We couldn’t do it without
you!
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 5
STOP BY THE JUDAICA SHOP!
Hanukkah merchandise has arrived. Shop early - remember Hanukkah begins the evening of November 27th.
Many new
Israeli
vendors now
have items in
our shop,
including items
made from
Jerusalem
stone.
Please stop by and see our selections. And remember, all proceeds
from the Judaica Shop benefit Temple Israel.
SAVE THE DATE!!
PAID UP MEMBERSHIP DINNER has been set for Thursday, October 17th at 5:30 PM. More details will be
coming soon!
The next meeting of the Norfolk Sisterhood Downtown Book Club is October 14th. They will be reading
THE STORY TELLER. For more information, contact Bernice Moses at [email protected] or 622-5142.
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The next meeting of the Virginia Beach Sisters in the Hood Book Club will be November 14th. They will be
reading BLOODLINES. For more information, contact Tina Moses at [email protected]
The next Sisterhood Board Meeting is November 3rd. Board meetings are hold on Sunday mornings at
10:00 AM at Temple Israel. All Sisterhood members are invited and encouraged to attend. If you are interested
in becoming more involved with the Sisterhood or know someone who is, please contact Lyna Raschdorf at
739-8665. And, please note, this year Sisterhood dues will be $36 - Double Chai - twice the blessing!
The Sisterhood is looking for a communications secretary and a floral fund chair. If you would like more
information on these positions or to volunteer, please contact Lyna Raschdorf.
Our featured Board Member of the Month is Bernice Moses. Bernice serves as a
Senior Advisor to our Temple Israel Sisterhood Board. After having held nearly every
office on our Board, including Sisterhood President, Bernice is an outstanding source
of information, ideas and insight. Bernice has been a member of Temple Israel since
1998, and the Moses family were also members from 1956 - 1964. Bernice’s children
attended nursery school at Temple Israel. The Moses family has celebrated many
simcha here, including the Bat Mitzvah of each of her granddaughters,
Danielle and Michelle.
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 6
MAZEL TOV TO:
Gabrielle and Matt Baldwin on the birth of their daughter, Bellamy, born on
September 11th. Proud grandparents are Raphael and Dinah Halioua.
Rachelle and Roberto Luna on the birth of their granddaughter Zara
Luna-Boyd. Zara was born to Rabbi Nicole Luna and her husband, Joe,
on August 15th.
Haley Haverson, daughter of Jill Haverson and Todd Drummond, on
being selected to become a member of the National Society of High School
Scholars. The society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated
outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. Haley is a
student at Frank W. Cox High School in Virginia Beach.
Hal Sacks, on the publication of his book HAL’S NAVY.
Hal and Annabel Sacks, on the birth of their grandson, Esteban Levinson, in Bogota, Columbia.
Our October Mitzvah of the Month will will be a
coat collection. We can take all sizes of clean,
outerwear coats. No sports coats or suit jackets,
please. Children’s coats will be donated to the
Coats for Kids drive and adult coats will go to
local homeless shelters.
Jodie Rafalowitz will be hosing a Yahrzeit study session in memory of her sister, Sarah, on
Monday, October 14th, immediately following eveing minyan. Dinner will be served. After
dinner, Rabbi Panitz will lead a Mishnah study session based on the letters of Sarah’s Hebrew
name. The congregation is invited. Please RSVP to Jodie at [email protected] or
757-544-3874.
WHERE DID THE MINYAN MONEY GO THIS MONTH?
This month, the Minyanaires sent money to Jewish Family Service and Mogen David Adom. We
thank you for your constant and continued support of so many needy causes.
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 7
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TORAH AT THE BEACH
Just as some good TV shows have returned this fall, TORAH AT THE BEACH is returning … to a home near
you! We will have our first study session on Monday, November 4th at 7:30 PM at the home of Harriet and
Stan Dickman.
“Judaism and the Supernatural” will be our topic of study. Any ghosts lurking around?
It will be great to see our regulars and new participants are always welcome.
Cookie Miles, Torah at the Beach Coordinator
Please welcome the newest members of the Temple Israel Family
Zamira Andrews
Harold and Elaine Levenson
Jan and Randi Berkowitz
Ian and Megan Lord
Nathan and Beth Brauner
Frederick Patterson and Leigh Goldstein
Jeffrey and Suzanne Breit
Danny Rashkind
Ida Renee Burns
Ron and Bari Roistacher
Alicia Cole
Barbara Rosenblatt
David Credle
Madeline Rossettini
Todd Drummond and Jill Haverson Daniel and Shikma Rubin
Aaron Goldmeier
Kareem and Rut Shaw
Sidney Jacobson
Bernie and Susan Laub-Zatcoff
Robert and Abbie Korman
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 9
Remember, if you know of someone who is in the hospital or at home sick, please let the office know, so we can
pass the information on to Rabbi Panitz, We are no longer allowed to obtain that information from the hospitals,
due to the new HIPAA regulations.
“Like" us on Facebook for last minute
reminders, behind-the-scenes pictures,
and fun links to Jewish links on the
web. Find us as "Temple Israel in
Norfolk" or by going to www.facebook.com/
TempleIsraelInNorfolk
Just a reminder of our donation levels for the cards we
send out “In Memory Of”, “In Honor Of” or “Speedy
Recovery” - the minimum donation amount is $10. A
donation of $25 or more will be acknowledged on a
card with a color picture of the sanctuary. The Daily
Minyan Prayerbook and the Siddur Sim Shalom are
$30 and the Chumash is $50.
MISPAHAH - ‫ משפחה‬- FAMILY
What is Torah fund really about? The Torah Fund connects women who
care about the future of the Jewish community and empowers us to make a
difference. We are living in an era in which the fundamentalist extremes hold
great allure and power and so we know that we must support the Torah Fund to
hold our vital and centrist community strong. We know that the cost of higher
education has soared and so we support Torah fund so that financial aid can be
granted generously to those who want to train as rabbis, cantors and educators for
our day schools and synagogues. We support the Torah fund so that the Jewish Theological Seminary, the
Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies and the Seminario Latinoamerico
Rabbinico serve as strong, vibrant centers of learning, training the next generation of leaders for the community
we hold dear.
And there are many ways we can support Torah Fund. In addition to tzedakah boxes for your loose change
and the Torah Fund pin pictured above, there are also beautiful Tribute Cards for both happy and sad occasions.
Just see Wendy Brodsky at services (I always carry a supply of boxes, cards and pins with me!) or email/call for
more information ([email protected] or 639-3541.)
Below is the tentative long range schedule for the JWV Post 158. Meetings are open for guest speakers and
other events. Ideas would be greatly appreciated.
October 9, 2013, 7:00 pm – Regular Meeting, Guest Speaker at the JCC
November 6, 2013, 7:00 pm – Regular Meeting, Guest Speaker at the JCC
December 11, 7:00 pm – Regular Meeting, Guest Speaker at the JCC
Adam Goldberg
Post Commander
JWV Post 158
http://bnaiisrael.org/event/jewish-war-veterans-post-158/
https://www.facebook.com/JWVPost158VA
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 10
OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES
OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS
OCTOBER 1
Carolyn Nachman
Ethel Whiman
OCTOBER 2
Barbara Rosenblatt
Andrew Whitfield
OCTOBER 3
Beth Brauner
Lyna Raschdorf
Edward Yusufov
OCTOBER 4
Robert Copeland
Robert Liebowitz
OCTOBER 5
Melvyn Siegel
OCTOBER 6
Sidney Jacobson
Petr Kastin
OCTOBER 7
Bernard Einhorn
OCTOBER 8
Sara Rabiner
OCTOBER 17
Steven Soldinger
OCTOBER 9
Aaron Miller
OCTOBER 18
Evelyn Eisenberg
Michael Goldmeier
Martin Unger
OCTOBER 10
Jacob Brauner
Bernice Moses
OCTOBER 11
Eli Bilderback
Susan Zemil
OCTOBER 12
Steven Lederman
Daniel Miller
Shannon Ponack
OCTOBER 13
Irene Weintrob
OCTOBER 14
Sheldon Leavitt
OCTOBER 16
Cheryl Dronzek
Abby Friedman
OCTOBER 19
Robert Goldwasser
Daniel Gordon
Mia Rashkind
OCTOBER 20
David Blake
Lynn Gordon
OCTOBER 21
Rachel Baltuch
Shirley Legum
Amalia Riess
OCTOBER 22
Glenda Greenhouse
Arlene Owens
Suzette Rashkind
Hannah Sacks
OCTOBER 23
Rose Bennetch
Amy Bosher
OCTOBER 25
Rebecca Green
Michael Heck
OCTOBER 26
Joseph Segal
OCTOBER 28
Audrey Fleder
Dinah Halioua
Arnold Oppenheimm
OCTOBER 30
Jodi Kelbanoff
Joan Lendhardt
OCTOBER ANNIVERSARIES
OCTOBER 6
Steve & Marcia Brodie
Louis & Gloria Padersky
Danny & Shikma Rubin
OCTOBER 10
Kirk & Amy Levy
Jonathan Shapiro &
Jessie Glasser
OCTOBER 14
Michael & Gloria Heck
OCTOBER 15
Stephen & Sheila Friedman
OCTOBER 16
John & Ellen Glynn
OCTOBER 17
Barry & Beth Dorsk
OCTOBER 18
Philip & Mary Ann Walzer
OCTOBER 20
Franklin & Wendy Auerbach
Adam & Kathy Salzberg
OCTOBER 23
Ian & Megan Lord
OCTOBER 26
Larry & Shannon Ponack
Ron & Bari Roistacher
OCTOBER YAHRZEITS
We record the sacred memory of the following departed members of the families of our Congregation on the occasion of their Yahrzeits
OCTOBER
YAHRZEITS
OCTOBER 1
Earl Berdick
OCTOBER 2
Murray
Goldwasser
Charles Gruber
Rosa Hirsch
Henry Naym
Werner Riess
Zeev Riess
Norma Walker
OCTOBER 3
Joseph Blumenthal
Pessy London
OCTOBER 5
Sally Harris
Samuel Legum
Kathy Rosenbach
This month, the
OCTOBER 6
Harry Cohen
Rose Hecht
Martha London
Anna Raskind
OCTOBER 10
Rochelle Brooks
William Feldman
Elsie Goldstein
Freda Gordon
OCTOBER 7
Herbert Gordon
Martin Harowitz
Lee Shemer
OCTOBER 11
Lillian Juren
OCTOBER 8
Helen Drexler
Rose Sachs
Manual Saunders
Jane Tapper
OCTOBER 12
Frank Dorsk
Leola “Lee” Jaffe
Irving Kalfus
Joseph Schoenfeld
Hazel Tallant
Rae Weinstein
OCTOBER 15
Elmer Bernstein
Kevin Breit
Nessim Halioua
Sidney Livingston
Sarah Rafalowitz
OCTOBER 16
Raymond Cohen
David Peltz
Louis Salsbury
Emma Samuels
OCTOBER 17
Pearl Bogus
Esther Weiman
OCTOBER 20
Rivilyn Salzburg
Sidney Wolff
OCTOBER 21
Seymour Cohen
Belle Rosenbaum
Louis Salzburg
Frances Shevokis
Miriam Waranch
OCTOBER 22
Joseph Brown
OCTOBER 23
Charlotte Moos
Jacob Nesson
Edwin Rashkind
Harris Trestman
OCTOBER 29
Hannah Dorf
Ester
Kremenchugsky
OCTOBER 25
Adele Blum
Fredric Drexler
Sylvia Kass
Abraham Littman
Edwin Margolis
Bobbie Tabakin
Yosef Yusufov
OCTOBER 30
Max Drexler
Alan Friedman
Steven Lanse
Miriam “Mickey”
Lubin
Julius Madoff
Fred Richter
Fred Soskel
OCTOBER 26
Joseph Furman
Melvin Krampf
Sara Madoff
Morris Marcus
Elliott Young
OCTOBER 27
Bernard Bernstein
Gertrude Chait
Harold Newman
OCTOBER 18
OCTOBER 13
OCTOBER 9
Albert Handen
Thelma Fantuch
Louise Blake
Eleanor Miller
Ruth Lubow
Bernice
Barbara Ratnofsky
OCTOBER 19
OCTOBER 24
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Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 11
REMEMBRANCE FUNDS
EDUCATION FUND
In Memory …
DOTTIE JEAN CASH
Etta & Ernie Lendman *
MAZON
In Memory …
MIRIAM BECKER
David & Adel Kruger
Roz Landres
WALTER SEGALOFF
Roz Landres
ELLEN SIMON
David & Adel Kruger *
Speedy Recovery …
LORI GLASSER
Roz Landres & Family *
MINYAN FUND
In Memory …
ROSALIND NORKIN
Lou & Gloria Padersky *
In Honor …
BOODIE FRIEDMAN, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Penny, Alan, Darryl, LynneDee
and Allan *
DANIEL GORDON,
SYDNEY’S ENGAGEMENT
Darryl Lefcoe & Alan Friedman
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Roz Landres *
Shirley Legum
RABBI MICHAEL & SHEILA
PANITZ, 35TH
ANNIVERSARY
Shirley Legum *
LYNNE & STEVE
SAUNDERS, SYDNEY’S
ENGAGEMENT
Darryl Lefcoe & Alan Friedman
MUSIC FUND
In Honor …
REBECCA DANKER, FOR CD
OF CANTOR DANKER’S
MUSIC
Carol & Stan Tickton
RABBI’S DISCRETIONARY
FUND
In Memory …
MIRIAM BECKER
Lou & Gloria Padersky
MERLE LEVINE
Shelley & Jeffrey Weisberg
ROSALIND NORKIN
Dee Dee & Meyer Chovitz *
Speedy Recovery …
HARRY COHEN
Lois & Barry Einhorn
Temple Israel Bulletin • Page 12
MARILYN GOLDMAN
Harriet White & Family *
In Honor …
BOODIE FRIEDMAN, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Joe Segal
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Susan & Jim Eilberg *
Shelley, Jeff, Clay & Zach
Weisberg
SHIRLEY LIPMAN, 90TH
BIRTHDAY
Ruth Ellen Gans
Jeff & Mindy Katz
The Unger Family *
RACHELLE & ROBERTO
LUNA, BIRTH OF
GRANDDAUGHTER
Lois & Barry Einhorn
KATHRYN MORTON,
TRAINING HALEY FOR
HER BAT MITZVAH
Cookie & Richard Miles *
YALE NESSON, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Alan Friedman &
Darryl Lefcoe,
Penny Friedman,
LynneDee and
Allan Weiman *
Joe Segal
RABBI PANITZ, TRAINING
HALEY FOR HER BAT
MITZVAH
Cookie & Richard Miles *
RABBI AND SHEILA PANITZ,
35TH ANNIVERSARY
Doris Friedman *
Marilyn Goldman *
Lew & Glenda Greenhouse
Jeff & Mindy Katz
Selma & Leon Leach *
Ellie & Paul Lipkin *
Jonathan & Linda Longman
Bert & Sarita Sachs *
Joe Segal
ALEX WALZER, 90TH
BIRTHDAY
Lois & Barry Einhorn
Doris Friedman
Jeff & Mindy Katz
HYMAN B. SWARTZ
MEMORIAL LIBRARY
In Memory …
MIRIAM BECKER
Mollie Ruben
ROSALIND NORKIN
Celeste & Allan Fine
TEMPLE FUND
In Memory …
MIRIAM BECKER
Flora Goldsticker
Harriet Orleans *
IRVIN BELKOV
David &Stephanie Allen *
Jill Brickman *
Howard & Diane Burkom *
Beth Dorsk & Family &
Barbara Krampf
Alan & Beverly Frieden
Morty & Bootsie Goldmeier
Jody Klenetsky, Dana Pais,
Marissa Hyman &
Laura Perpinyal *
Selma & Leon Leach
Etta & Ernie Lendman *
Bette Segal
Lattie Wallace *
HENRIETTA BREIT
Calvin & Mildred Breit *
ELBERT BRODSKY
Wendy & Ron Brodsky *
PEARL BROOKE
Hyman Brooke *
DOTTIE JEAN CASH
Harriet White & Family *
ESTHER FLEDER
Lorraine Fleder *
LEON GANDERSON
Martin Ganderson *
STEPHEN B. GANDERSON
Martin Ganderson *
RAE GORDON
Harmon & Kathy Gordon *
ETTA GREEN
Allan Green *
Harry Norkin *
SOL HALPRIN
Mona & Irvin Belkov *
ALBERT KAPLAN
Adie Adler *
MARTIN KASS
Billy & Janet Kass
SARAH KASS
Billy & Janet Kass
ANNA KOLSTEIN
Bessie Finder *
SONYA LACHMAN
Flora Goldsticker
Lou & Gloria Padersky
LOUIS NORKIN
Harry Norkin *
ROSALIND NORKIN
Adie Adler *
Mark Barr *
Jack & Jodie Frieden *
Morty & Bootsie Goldmeier
Joan & Joe Goodstein
Audrey Knoth &
Phil Piserchia *
Darryl Lefcoe & Alan Friedman
Norman & Susan Stones *
WALTER SEGALOFF
Rebecca Danker *
Ira & Joan Lederman
Gloria & Mel Siegel
DAVID VERNIK
Dena Vernik
HARRY ZABLOW
Ethel Zablow
MAURICE ZETLIN
Betty Zetlin *
Speedy Recovery …
KAREN BAZAR
Nancy, Abbey & the Gift Shop
Volunteers
LARRY BERMAN
Mollie Ruben
HARRY COHEN
Sara & Milton Rubin
TRUDY ROSENBLATT
David & Adel Kruger
In Honor …
DEE DEE CHOVITZ
Joan & Joe Goodstein
MY BIRTHDAY
Lorraine Fleder *
DANIEL HECHT, 21ST
BIRTHDAY
Wendy & Ron Brodsky *
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Joan & Al Benas
Wendy & Ron Brodsky *
Doris Friedman
Connie & Marc Jacobson
Paula & Ronnie Levy
SHIRLEY LIPMAN, 90TH
BIRTHDAY
Doris Friedman
DAILY MINYAN PRAYER
BOOK
In Honor …
STEVE & LYNNE
SAUNDERS, SYDNEY’S
ENGAGEMENT
Billy & Janet Kass *
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Billy & Janet Kass *
Ellie & Paul Lipkin *
ETZ HAYIM CHUMASH
In Honor …
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
David & Adel Kruger *
SIDDUR SIM SHALOM
In Memory …
MIRIAM BECKER
Adelle Adler *
IRVIN BELKOV
Joe & Ellen Sue Mersel * (
2 Siddurim)
In Honor …
BOODIE FRIEDMAN, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Daniel Gordon & Family *
TED KRUGER, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Daniel Gordon & Family *
YALE NESSON, 85TH
BIRTHDAY
Daniel Gordon & Family *
RABBI & SHEILA PANITZ,
35TH ANNIVERSARY
Lois & Barry Einhorn *
* indicates a donation of $25 or
more
IN MEMORIAM
With sorrow we
record the deaths of
JOSEPH
ARGAMAN,
Father of Judah
Argaman
MIRIAM BECKER,
Sister of Audrey
Rapaport
IRVIN BELKOV,
Husband of
Mona Belkov,
Uncle of Bill Halprin
SOLOMON
BENARROCH,
Brother of
Hannah Edwards
DOTTIE JEAN
CASH,
Step-mother of
Janis Weisberg
ROSALIND
NORKIN,
Wife of Harry Norkin,
Mother of Janet Schiff,
Sister of Allan Green
OCTOBER TISHRI/CHESHVAN 2013 - 5774
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
1
27 Tishri
Wednesday
2
28 Tishri
Thursday
Friday
3
4
29 Tishri
Saturday
30 Tishri
ROSH
CHODESH
Light Candles
6:24 pm
2 Cheshvan
Religious School
9:00 am
7
3 Cheshvan
8
4 Cheshvan
Israel Trip
planning meeting
7:30 pm
1 Cheshvan
Parashah:
Noach
Board Meeting
7:30 pm
6
5
9
van
5 Chesh-
10
6 Cheshvan
11
7 Cheshvan
Shabbat honoring
our seniors 83 and
up
ROSH
CHODESH
Minchah/Ma’ariv
6:33 pm
12
8 Cheshvan
\Parashah:
Lech Lecha
Birthday and
Anniversary
Shabbat
Jr. Congregation
10:30 am
Light Candles
6:14 pm
13
9 Cheshvan
Religious School
9:00 am
14
10 Cheshvan
15
11 Cheshvan
16 12 Cheshvan
17
13 Cheshvan
18
14 Cheshvan
16 Cheshvan
21
17 Cheshvan
22
18 Cheshvan
23 19 Cheshvan
24
20 Cheshvan
25
21 Cheshvan
Religious School
9:00 am
23 Cheshvan
Religious School
9:00 am
Parashah:
Vayera
Minchah/Ma’ariv
6:54 pm
26
22 Cheshvan
Parashah:
Chaye Sarah
Jr. Congregation
10:30 am
Light Candles
5:56 pm
27
15 Cheshvan
Scholar-inResidence with
0r. David Dalin
Light Candles
6:05 pm
20
19
\
Sisterhood Paid Up
Membership
Dinner
5:30 pm
Office Closed for
Columbus Day
Minchah/Ma’ariv
6:23 pm
28 24 Cheshvan
29
25 Cheshvan
30 26 Cheshvan
31
Minchah/Ma’ariv
6:05 pm
27 Cheshvan
\
Board Meeting
7:30 pm
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