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August 14, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS .

Friday, August 14, 1970 - 27

Labor Zionist Building Construction
to Begin; Completion Set for Next June

ARCHITECT'S

DRAWING OF NEW LABOR ZIONIST
INSTITUTE BUILDING

.• •




Harry Schumer. president, and)

Morris Lieberman, chairman, of

the Labor Zionist Institute an-

nounced that a contract for the

construction of a new building was
signed with De Mare Brothers.
Inc., Tuesday.
The new 15.700-square-foot build-
ing, designed by Morris A. Lifshay
and Associates. will be located on
Middlebelt Rd. between 12 and 13
Mile roads, Farmington Twp. It
will house Peale Zion, Farhand,
Pioneer Women, the Detroit Israel
Histadrut Campaign, and Ilabonim-
Labor Zionist Youth.

In addition, a school office and
classroom facilities will provide
space for the Combined Hebrew
Yiddish Cultural School. Several

••
•.

meeting rooms, a large auditor-
ium, and kitchen facilities will be
available te member organiza-
tions.

Construction of the $400,000.00
building will start immediately,
and occupancy is planned for next
June.
During construction, temporary
offices for the Lahor Zionist Insti-
tute and Detroit Council of Poale
Zion—United Labor Zionist Organ-
ization of America. Pioneer Wom-
en, and the Detroit Israel Ilistadrut
Campaign will he at 12701 NV. to
Mile. Oak Park.
Temporary offices fur the Far-
band-Labor Zionist Order and
Habonim- Labor Zionist Youth will
be in the Workmen's Circle-Educa-
tional Center, 18340 W. Sevenlc.

Birth ,Z7nouncenients

Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs: Gary
M. Greenstein (Marilyn Diamond),
14031 Cloverdale, Oak Park, a son,
Jordan Scott.

July 31—To Dr. and Mrs. Arnol(
M. Jacobs (JoAnn Mercer), 29340
Prestwick. Southfield, a son,
Jonathan Henry.

Aug. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Lubin (Marlene Martin), former
Detroiters of Los Angeles, a son,
Michael Scott.

July 31 — To former Detroiter
Maj. and Mrs. Murray J. Gotdd
(Ellen Blackman), of Fort Sill,
Okla., a son, Michael Aaron.

Aug. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Green (Saundra Hittleman of De-
troit) of St. Petersburg, a son.
Mark Steven.

• July 27—To Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Bennett (Rochelle Landgar-
ten), 29669 Everett, Southfield, a
son. Jeffrey Ian.

Aug. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Harvey
Rose (Karol Lupiloff), 25463 Briar,
Oak Park. a son, Douglas Brian.

July 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Kay (Anita Joyce Alexander),
24384 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
daughter, Stacy Barbara.

Aug. 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Robed(
Spector (Karen Marcia Faber),
14820 Talbot, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter. Alycia Gail.

Aug. 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Squarcia (Nancy Horowitz), 29293
Fairfax, Southfield, a son, Nichola
Sean.

To Dr. and Mrs. Jon H. Blum
(Rosalie Jacobs), 29657 Fairfax,
Southfield, a son, Michael Robert.

Ira Kaufman
Elected by Judges
tr,

Aug. I—To Dr. and Mrs. Henry
L. Citron (Janice Wapner of Flint).
3160 Greenfield, Royal Oak, a
daughter, Alissa Nicole.

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Aug. 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Wolf (Georgann Weinberger).
27065 Selkirk, Southfield, a son,
Marc Michael.

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Wayne County Probate Court
Judge Ira G. Kaufman (left)
was elected second vice presi-
dent of the Michigan Probate
and Juvenile Court Judges Asso-
ciation at its recent 73rd annual
convention in Marquette. With
him is Dr. E. Gordon Yudash-
kin, acting director of the men-
tal health department of the
state of Michigan, who was a
principal speaker at the lunch-
een chaired by Judge Kaufman.

Men's Clubs I

BETH ACHIM MEN'S CLUB will
sponsor its annual family picnic
Aug. 30 at the Town and Country
Day Camp, 26600 Haggerty, Farm
ington. Free ice cream and cold
drinks will be served. There wit
be swimming. games and contests
Prizes will be offered.

AUGUST 17 thru 22

PARKING LOT D

...

NOW 139 STORES
TO SERVE YOU

NORTHLAND
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