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September 24, 1982 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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Dr. Brown to Address Sinai
Guild on Pain Management

( Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Kranitz of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of

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their daughter, Ilene Carol
Kranitz, to Steven Mitch-
ell Fish, son of Mrs. Gerald
Dingier of Oak Park and
Mr. Lee Fish of Modesto,
Calif. A summer wedding is
planned.

* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour D.
Kaplan of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy
Lynn Kaplan, to Iry N.
Rubin of Farmington Hills.
A winter wedding is
planned.

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Wishing All Our Friends
A Happy, Healthy & Prosperous
NEW YEAR

EUNICE SWAAB & AUDREY STAIMAN

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Editor, The Jewish News:
The policy stated in the
open house announcement
of the Synagogue Council of
Greater Detroit as it re-
cently appeared in The
Jewish News is one that
council members have all
endorsed. We are commit-
ted to serve our members
and to offer affiliation to all
within the financial limits
that they can truly afford.
The 18 congregations
comprising the Synagogue
Council of Greater Detroit
have served this community
with distinction — some for
well over a century. In-
cluded in the council are
some of the. outstanding
congregations in this coun-
try.
The experience of the
Mitchel family is one that
I regret and would like
more details on. The
biggest task that we face
is evaluating the indi-
vidual situation. Unfor-
tunately, sometimes pro-
per evaluation is ex-
tremely difficult because
of the priorities practiced
with the individual fam-
ily budget.
We have survived and
will continue to survive
only because we have
adhered to the above philos-
ophy. The dream of the
Jewish people has been kept
alive in the synagogue and
not with "fraudulent
claims" as your reader re-
gretfully has alluded to.

Gerald Rosenbloom
President,
Synagogue Council
of Greater Detroit

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Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be
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The program is open to
the public, but seating is
limited. For reservations,
call the Sinai Guild, 493-
5300.

Readers
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For adults whose primary language is other than English we
offer a variety of courses designed to improve language fluency
in English, classes are available to many adults WITHOUT
CHARGE. ESL classes are available four mornings and three
evenings weekly.

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Southfield Civic Center.
Coffee and cake will be
served.

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man of anesthesiology and
head of the pain service at
Sinai Hospital, will discuss
the management of pain at
this year's opening mem-
bership meeting of the Sinai
Hospital Guild.
The meeting will be held

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