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June 11, 1976 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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June 11, 1976 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Braille
Institute Names
Detroit Women

ENGAGED

Mrs. Max Biber, and Mrs.
Samuel Hartman, both of
Southfield, Thursday were
awarded The Jewish Braille
Institute of America's
award for "distinguished
service to the blind."
Mrs. Biber is a Hebrew
Braillist and chairman of
the Tri-County Braille Serv-
ice of Detroit. Mrs. Hart-
man is founder and chair-
man of the Temple Beth El
Braille Bindery.
The Jewish Braille Insti-
tute provides for the cul-
tural and religious needs of
the Jewish blind and serves
sightless and partially
sighted persons throughout
the world without charge.

Lee Brawer

In the
business of
Creating
Beautiful
Invitations for

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• Weddings
• Showers
• Bar Mitzvas
• Confirmations
Also
Personalized
Stationery & gifts
for all occasions

would like to
thank my dear
friends

Saul le Frieda Goldman
My Lovely Wife Ida
My Son Dr. Marry Waksberg

LEE
SPECIALTY

for my surprise
70th Birthday Party

and also all my friends
who attended the party

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Windsor JNF Dinner Slated
Honoring Rabbi Stollman

The Jewish Community
of Windsor will honor Rabbi
Samuel S. Stollman at the
Negev Dinner to be held
Sept. 1 at Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim.
Rabbi Stollman, spiritual
leader of Cong. Shaar Hash-
omayim for the past 27
years, will be honored "in
recognition of his outstand-
ing leadership contribution
in public service on behalf of
numberous important Jew-
ish and non-denominational
education, humanitarian
and philanthropic causes at
home and abroad."
Melvin Sorffer, president
of the Jewish National Fund
of Windsor, said that the
Negev Dinner chairman will
be Judge Carl Zalev, a for-
mer president of Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim.
Rabbi Stollman's affi-
liations include member-
ship in the Rabbinical
Council of America, Vaad
Harabonim of Detroit,
board of governors of the
Windsor Jewish Commu-
nity Council, Religious
Zionists of America, Har-
mony Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Dr. Campbell Lodge,
I.O.O.F.; Modern Lan-
guage Association; Asso-
ciation of Canadian Uni-
versity Teachers of
English; board of gover-
nors, Maimonides College,
Toronto; Chaplain, Wind-
sor Bnai Brith and Bal-
four Branch of the Cana-
dian Legion.
He has been active in ef-
forts for the United Israel
Appeal, Israel Bonds and
the Jewish National Fund,
of which he was the first
president of the Windsor
Council, founded in 1968.
The proceeds from the
event will be used by the
JNF to establish a major
project in the name of Rabbi
Stollman in "Canada Park,"

Gubow Seeks Post
in Oakland County

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jerry fenby

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patty grant

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sheldon rott and vickie carroll
Let the Professionals Perform

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"music the stein way"

RABBI STOLLMAN

a new 7,500-acre recrea-
tional complex currently
being developed in the
heartland of Israel as the
largest leisure facility of the
nation.

Jeans 'N' Things

Marshall Disner
Seeks Judgeship

Marshall C. Disner, 35, a
practicing attorney, an-
nounced his candidacy for
one of the four regular
terms as Judge of the Oak-
land County Circuit Court.
Following graduation
from Detroit College of Law
in 1967, Disner entered pri-
vate practice. Disner, a
member of State Bar of
Michigan, Oakland County
Bar Association, Michigan
Association of Criminal
Defense Lawyers, The
American Judicature So-
ciety, Criminal Law Section
of State Bar of Michigan
and Tau Epsilon Rho Legal
Fraternity, has had wide
trial and appellate experi-
ence in Wayne, Oakland,
Macomb and Ingham Coun-
ties.

CAMPING NEEDS

Everything Discounted

Painters Pants
Ponchoi
Rain Suits
Tube Socks
Underwear
Hood Sweat Shirts
Blue Jeans
T-Shirts
Straps
Compass
Bandanas

Sleeping Bags
Duffel Bags
Ditty Bags
Back Packs
Laundry Bags
Mussette Bags
Knap Sacks
Yucca Bags
Canteen
Scout Knives
Mess Kits
Stuff Bags

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A Seiko Quartz Watch
FOR FATHER'S DAY

Attorney David M. Gu-
bow has announced his can-
didacy for the Democratic
nomination for Oakland
County treasurer.
Gubow received his law
degree from the University
of Detroit School of Law in
1974 and was graduated
from the University of
Michigan in 1971 with a BA
degree in urban studies.
Gubow is a member of the
Oakland County and State
Bar Associations and the
Michigan Trial Lawyers
Association.

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Secretary of State
Branch Is Open

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opened at 29247 Southfield,
Southfield.
Under the management
of Susan Roy, the new facil-
ities will offer service for all
Department of State trans-
actions, including title and
registrations, driver licen-
sing, voter registration and
personal identification
cards.
Hours at the new office
are: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-
clays through Fridays.

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