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June 16, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-16

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44 Joe 16, 1178

RE DETROIT BUN NEWS

Gymnastics Open at Jewish Center

Attorney Jessica Cooper Seeks District Court Seat

Jessica R. Cooper. Oak-
land County attorney, has
announced her candidacy
for the 46th District Court
Bench.
A graduate of Wayne
State University Law
School, Ms. Cooper is an ap-
pellate and trial lawyer in
both civil and criminal law.
She is a member of.the
Women Lawyers Associa-
tion of Michigan and was

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recording secretary, prog-
ram chairman and a
member of the public advis-
ory committee of that or-
ganization. She chairs the
program committee for the
Women's Bar Association of
Oakland County.
Ms. Cooper is a
member of the State Bar
Committee on the Court
of Appeals, a member of
the Criminal Law, Gen-
eral Practice and Negli-
gence Sections of the
State Bar of Michigan.
She is an investigator for
the State Bar Grievance
Board.
Ms. Cooper also is active

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JESSICA COOPER

in the American Bar As-
sociation and serves on the
Women's Rights Committee
of the section on individual
rights and responsibilities.
She has been a member of

the speakers bureau for the
Oakland County Bar As-
sociation and has served as
a member of both the public
advisory committee and the
jurisprudence
criminal
committee of the Detroit
Bar Association. She also is
a member of the
Birmingham-Bloomfield
Bar Association and the
South Oakland Bar Associ-
ation.
Ms. Cooper is currently a
member of the Panel of Ar-
bitrators of the American
Arbitration Association.
She also is a member of
the Bnai Brith Barristers
Unit, the Michigan Division
of the Women's Equity Ac-
tion League and the Oak-
land County Council for
Children at Risk.

Bnai David Dinner Nets
$742,000 for Israel Bonds

Israel

Seminar

JERUSALEM — The
Shalom Hartman Institute
in Jerusalem is offering
August visitors to Israel a
10-day seminar series on
"The Jewish Family in a
World of Individuals."
The series will study the
modern family in relation-
ship to the Bible and Tal-
mud, using a staff of
Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform leaders.
For information about the
Aug. 7-17 seminars, write
the Hartman Institute, PO
Box 8029, Jerusalem.

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The classes include
Olympic and modern gym-
nastics, tumbling and
trampoline, and ballet and
acrobatics.
Classes will begin June
26, with the following
schedule: 9 a.m. and 11
a.m. Monday and Wed-
nesday, and 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday.
There is a fee for the
class.
For information, call the
Center's physical education
department, 661-1000.

Registration is still being
taken for gymnastic classes
at the 10 Mile Jewish Com-
munity Cener, conducted by
Dr. Vladimir Mironov, Dr.
Zina Mironov, Mike Freidin
and Rosa Litvakova.

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Children's
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More than $742,000 in Israel Bonds were purchased
to aid Israel's economy at Cong. Bnai David's annual
event for Israel Bonds. Shown at the dinner are,
standing from left, Alan Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Soble, Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut, Meyer Must and Can-
tor Hyman Adler. Seated from left are honoree and
Mrs. Gustav Berenholz and guest speaker Abbie
Ben-Ari.

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Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kap-
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San Jose, Calif., announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Laurie Jeanne, to
Neal Jeffrey Daneman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Marty
Daneman of Dallas, Texas.
Miss Kaplan earned a BA
degree at Michigan State
University, where she ma-
jored in tourism. Her fiance
is majoring in business at
San Jose State University.
An August wedding is
planned.

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