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September 05, 1980 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-05

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Friday, September 5, 1980 23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

Divorce Focus
of Workshops

A series of six programs
on divorce, free and open to
the public, will be held
Monday through Oct. 20 at
7:15 p.m. Mondays at the
First United Methodist
Church of Birmingham,
1589 W. Maple, sponsored
by the Oakland County
Child Advocacy and Family
Service Project.
There will be programs
for children and adults.
The Oakland County
Child Advocacy Project is
sponsored by the Oakland
County Probate Court and
the Junior League of Bir-
mingham. For information,
call the Oakland County
Child Advocacy Project,
858-0043.

Jewish Art
Focus of Class

Esther Tarnoff will teach
an eight-week class on
"Jewish Art — Is There a
Jewish Art?" beginning
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Orchard Ridge Campus of
Oakland Community Col-
lege.
Mrs. Tarnoff is an artist
and a member of the speak-
ers bureau of the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts. Walk-in
registration will be taken.

Balfour Celebration Group
Planning ZOD Oct. 19 Event

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Shown at the planning meeting for the Zionist
Organization of Detroit's Oct. 19 Balfour Cele-
bration are, from left, top row: Carl Cutler, Hymie
Cutler, Drs. Bernard Weston and Lester Zeff, Herzl
Shur, Dr. Alex Friedlaender, Albert Finkelstein,
Sherman Shapiro and Irving Laker; second row: Drs.
Sidney Friedlaender, Jack Greenberg and Maxwell
Hoffman; Albert Burke, Merle Kramer, Max Nosan-
chuk and Philip Chapnick; third row: Sidney Silver-
man, Julius Ring, Richard Kramer, Louis Panush,
Drs. I. Walter Silver, Harold Maxmen, Louis Kazdan
and Sidney Leib, and Julian Cohen; fourth row: Mes-
dames Laker, Shur, Sidney Friedlaender, Sidney
Brand, Silverman, Panush and Maxmen; fifth row:
Mesdames Kazdan, Weston, Greenberg, Pauline
Klein, Ring and Shapiro. Sixth row: Mesdames Silver,
Finkelstein, Norma Hudosh, Kramer, and Leib.

Miss Mandell
Miss Hoffman
to Wed in Winter Plans to Marry

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Mr . and Mrs. Robert

Kasle of Franklin announce
the engagement of Lisa
Beth Hoffman, daughter of
Mrs. Kasle and the late Dr.
Walter Hoffman, to Gary
Alan Shiffman, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Milton Shiffman of
Huntington Woods.
A January wedding is
planned.

Dear Friends and Customers:

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald H.
Mandell of Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Donna Gail,
to David Michael
Grossman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jsoeph H. Grossman,
also of Southfield.
Miss Mandell and her
fiance are students at the
University of Michigan.
A July wedding is
planned.

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Open Tues. thru Sat. 10 to 6
Closed Monday

WHEREAS, for the past three decades, our Jewish community has watched with
sympathy and understanding the effort of the State of Israel to build a flourishing
democracy; and
WHEREAS, that effort has been greatly strengthened by the inflow of investment
capital produced by the sale of Israel Bonds for the express purpose of helping to
expand and develop Israel's vital economic infrastructure; and
WHEREAS, the Israel Bond Organization has dedicated the year 1980, the thirteenth
anniversary of Jerusalem's reunification, to "Jerusalem United Forever;" and
WHEREAS, Jews everywhere will celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Jerusalem's reunifica-
tion with activities directed to the economic support of the State of Israel and the
building of its peace economy; and
WHEREAS, the Synagogue is the center of Jewish life and has played a major role in
providing Israel, and Jerusalem, with the economic aid it has required to build from
strength, to strength, and
WHEREAS, it is of special importance that this year there be an additional purchase
of State of Israel Bonds, including a regular investment plus a $1000 loan to Israel to
help preserve the peace and protect the unity of Jerusalem;
NOW, THEREFORE, we Urge all of our congregants preparing to celebrate the
Jewish New Year of 5741, to participate fully and wholeheartedly in the double-level
drive and thereby celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Jerusalem reunited in one of the most
effective ways possible — by lending Israel the Israel Bond dollars it requires to nourish
the process of growth and renewal.

Betzalel Gottlieb, Rabbi
Mishkan Israel, Nusach H'Ari,
Lubavitcher Center

Meyer Levin, President
B'nai Israel-Beth Yehudah

Haskel Grubner, Rabbi
Dovid Ben Nuchim

Milton Rosenbaum, Rabbi
Temple Emanu-El

Ernst J. Conrad, Rabbi
Temple Kol Ami

Efry Spectre. Rabbi
Adat Shalom

James I. Gordon, Rabbi
Young Israel-Oak Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Kraemer

12 Mile & Evergreen, 557-0340

A PROCLAMATION

David A. Nelson, Rabbi
Beth Shalom

Leizer Levin, Rabbi
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah

A very happy
holiday season
and kindest wishes
for the New Year

RANIER'S

"JERUSALEM United Forever"

Harold S. Loss, Rabbi
Temple Israel

MISS MOSCOW

Mr. and Mrs. David H.
Moscow of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Deborah
Beth, to Dr. Milton J. Stern,
son of Dr. and Mrs. M.
Frank Stern of Mayfield
Heights, Ohio.
A December wedding is
planned.

Leon Fram, Founding Rabbi
Temple Israel

M. Robert Syme, Rabbi
Temple Israel

Milton Arm. Rabbi
Beth Achim

Feivel Wagner, Rabbi
Young Israel of Greenfield

Israel I. Halpern, Rabbi
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

A. Irving Schnipper, Rabbi
- Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

Shaiall Zachariash, Rabbi
Shomrey Emunah

Leo Y. Goldman, Rabbi
Shaarey Shornayim

Stanley Rosenbaum, Rabbi
B'nai Moshe

Morton Yolkut, Rabbi
B'nai David

Irwin Groner, Rabbi
Shaarey Zedek

Elisha M. Prero, Rabbi
Young Israel of Southfield

Richard C. Hertz, Rabbi
Temple Beth El

Dannel Schartz, Rabbi
Temple Beth El

Solomon Grushkin. Rabbi
B'nai Zion

You Can Obtain A Prospectus from

STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS

MAX SOSIN, CHAIRMAN
DAVID B. HOLTZMAN, GENERAL CHAIRMAN
CONGREGATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Greater Metropolitan Detroit Committee
24123 Greenfield Road, Southfield, Michigan 48075 — 557-2900

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