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August 27, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Austria Buys Kfir

Metro Hadassah Chapter Meets

NY Miss to Wed
Rabbi Freedland

TEL AVIV — Austria
will buy 24 Israeli Kfir jet
aircraft from the Israel
Aircraft IndUstry — a
sale totaling about $200
million. The deal includes
pilot training and ground
maintenance equipment.

Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
meet 12:15 p.m. Sept. 7 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Refreshments will be
served.
Mrs. Stanley Lieberman
of New York, a member of
Hadassah's national board
and national major gifts
coordinator, will be guest
speaker.
A musical program will
be presented. A baby-sitting
service for children age 2
and older is available.

ZEring
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Orchestra

399-1301

JNF Trees to Bar
Illegal Settlements

KANINE
KORNERS

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish National
Fund plans to plant trees
on an area of 10,000
dunams (2,500 acres) in
the Galilee, partly to pre-
vent Arabs from seizing
the land illegally.
The problem of unau-
thorized housing con-
struction by Arab resi-
dents on land owned by
the government has
troubled the authorities
for some time now.

MISS BRAND

Mr. and Dr. Juda Brand
of Brooklyn, N.Y., for-
merly of Sao Paulo,
Brazil, announce the en-
gagement of their daugh-
ter, Rachel Nechama, to
Rabbi Jeffrey Allen
Freedland, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Jack Freedland of
Coventry Woods Ln.,
Southfield.
Miss Brand was
graduated from Stern
College with a BS degree
in biology. Her fiance was
ordained at Yeshiva
Tomchei Tmimim
Lubavitch in New York
and was privately or-
dained by Rabbi P.
Hirschprung, chief rabbi
of Montreal.
A late summer wedding
is planned.

and FRIENDS

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AUGUST 28, 1976

On this day a very special
man, who is always doing
for others and giving of
himself, will be 65 years
old. His children and
grandchildren publicly
want to wish him a very
happy birthday.

JOE MILLER

and

HIS ORCHESTRA

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From,
Sally, Diane,
Nanci & Scott

NATAN BACHRACH

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit announces Shaliakh
Natan Bachrach has been
added to its staff.
A native of Israel,
Bachrach received his BA
degree in Hebrew
Literature and Sociology,
and completed an M.A. in
Contemporary Judaism.
Prior to his appointment
as shaliakh, Bachrach
worked for the Ministry of
Education in Jerusalem as
director of the Center to
Foster Jewish Awareness.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
class action lawsuit has
been filed in federal dis-
trict court in Manhattan
on behalf of Orthodox
Jews and other nurses
who cannot obtain
employment at New York
University Medical
Center because of their
Sabbath observance, ac-
cording to Sidney Kwes-
tel, president of the Na-
tional Jewish Commis-
sion on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPA).

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CATERING and CARRY-OUT
ANNOUNCMENT OF NEW LOCATION
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Meanwhile, Hugo DeSoto,
a non-Jewish artist, has just
contributed three of his
original oil paintings to the
Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah to be
sold, the proceeds of which
are earmarked for the
Hadassah Hebrew Universi-
ty Hospital.
Friends are invited to
Hadassah House, 16240 W.
Seven Mile, to view or
buying the paintings. For
information, call Hadassah,
BR 3-5441.

Friday, August 27, 1976

OUR CARRY-OUT DEPT. INCLUDES
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