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THE BULLETIN OF THE CHICAGO LOOP SYNAGOGUE

The Following Individuals Have Made Contributions to The Chicago Loop Synagogue

IN MEMORY AND APPRECIATION

One of the greatest fears that a person faces is death. Some people try to deny it through various means. Others try to create an illusion of immortality by build- ing pyramids or other monuments. Jews face death realistically and treat it as a natural termination of life. Jewish tradition urges that the fact of death is good reason to learn to appre- ciate life, treasure existence and make the most of each day.

The Jews of the Bible faced death resolutely and learned through this honest confrontation to live with patience, courage, sympathy and dignity, to develop a sense of faith in the natural order of things and a trust in God and His superior wisdom.

RABBI’S FUND

Ken Ziejewski & Sara Vegh In Memory of Sara’s Mother, Goldie Vegh

Morris Miller

Beatrice Crain In Memory of Her Husband, Richard J. Crain

Marvin Davis In Memory of His Brother, Jerome

Dr. Michael & Gina Maling In Memory of Their Uncle, Louis D. Goldberg

Beatrice Crain In Memory of Her Brother, Barney Goldberg

Bella Fruchter In Memory of Her Husband, Nathan Fruchter

TORAH FUND

A very old story makes this very point. One day a peasant took his little son to a village nearby. Along the road, they came to a fresh stream, which was spanned by a rickety old bridge. It was a bright, sunny day; the father and son made the crossing without mishap. It was dusk when they started on their homeward journey. The boy remem- bered the stream and the rickety old bridge and became afraid. The father noticed his anxiety, lifted him and carried him in his arms. The boy fell fast asleep as his father carried him over the bridge and all the way home. As the sun of a new day streamed through the window of his bedroom, the boy awakened and discovered that he was safe at home. So, too, does God bring us through the valley of the shadow of death.

Rabbi Stanley E. Kroll

Barry J. Wolk In Memory of His Mother, Annette L. Wolk

Michael Miselman In Memory of His Mother, Frances Migatz

Beatrice Crain In Memory of Her Brother, Louis D. Goldberg

PRAYER BOOK FUND

Charlene Landsberg Smith In Memory of Her Father & Mother, Fay & Dan Landsberg

RITUAL FUND

David & Lynsey Winner In Honor of Rabbi Morris Esformes In Appreciation For The Lunch & Learn Program

Dr. Michael & Gina Maling In Memory of Their Uncle, Barney Goldberg

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DAILY KOSHER LUNCHES AVAILABLE IN THE LOOP

KOSHER LUNCHES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE CHICAGO LOOP SYNAGOGUE

16 S. CLARK STREET

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 12:00 NOON - 2:30 P.M.

DONATION REQUIRED

Important Announcement

The Ritual Committee requests the cooperation of all synagogue worshipers who are available for Mincha and Maariv Services on Shabbos and Sunday to make a special effort to be at these services, thus helping us to maintain uninter- rupted Minyanim for the remainder of the Spring and beginning of the Summer months. The Mincha service begins at 4:30 P.M. on Shabbos and Sunday.

We thank you for your participa- tion in this important Mitzvah.

Chicago Loop Synagogue

Rabbi Stanley E. Kroll

President Mark J. Schechter

Chairman of the Board Bernard Wiczer

Vice Presidents Donald LeBoyer Michael D. Miselman Louis Reiff Morey Slodki

Financial Secretary & Treasurer David Winner

Recording Secretary Martin Wise

Honorary Vice Presidents David S. Bern, Esq.* Edward Harris*

Presidents Emeriti Max Nierman* Samuel Shkolnik*

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    Of Blessed Memory

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