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December 03, 1982 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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Friday, December 3, 1982 61,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonds Honors Mrs. Katchke

Engagements

Dr. and Mrs. Mischa
) Sachs of Farmington Hills
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Wendy
Diane Sachs of Miami,
Fla., to Robert Mark
Brochin, also of Miami,
and the son of Mrs. Harriet
Brochin of Jacksonville,
Fla. Miss Sachs earned an
MBA degree at the Univer-
sity of Miami. Her - fiance

Couple Tells
LWedding Plans

was graduated from the
University of Florida Law
School. A July wedding is
planned.
* * *
Samuel Freedland and
Lillian Freedland of Oak
Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Shoshana Elise
Freedland, to Lawrence
J. Mandel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Mandel of
Miami, Fla. Miss Freedland
was graduated from the
University of Michigan
with degrees in psychology
and music. Her fiance was
graduated from Brandeis
University with a Bachelor
of Arts degree in political
science and an MBA degree
from U-M. A December
wedding is planned.

Computer Usage

NEW YORK — "Com-
puters in Jewish Educa- °
tion" will be the focus of a
day-long seminar this
month in New York spon-
sored by yeshiva associa-
tions in New York, the
Board of Jewish Education
and the Bramson ORT
School.

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Bar Mitzvas

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Irma Katchke was recently honored at a luncheon
at the Standard Club North by members of the
Women's Division of Israel Bonds for her work on
behalf of the Israel Bonds Fashion Show last month.
Shown at the luncheon are, from left, Doreen Herme-
lin; Linda Goldman, standing; Linda Bloch; Mrs.
Katchke, with a statue of Moses which was presented
to her; Miriam Shenkman; Ceilia Schwartz and Leah
Snider. Mrs. Katchke was cited for spending hun-
dreds of hours contacting prospective Bond pur-
chasers.

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Mr. and Mrs. Bob
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and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
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their daughter, Lisa Hyde,
to Jeffrey Kent Rudack of
`--Richfield, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rudack of
Livonia.
Mr. Rudack earned a BA
degree in English cum
laude at the University of
>--Utah. He also attended
Schoolcraft College.
An April wedding is
planned.

Cranston Sees
TJ.S. Aid Level
to Remain Firm

NEW YORK (JTA) — Se-
-_,_nate Minority Whip Alan
Cranston (D-Calif.) does not
believe the 98th Congress,
scheduled to take office in
January, will slash the level
of U.S. military and eco-
nomic aid to Israel.
The Senator added how-
lever, that there was some
concern among congres-
sional members about
policies of the government
of Premier Menahem Begin
following the massacre of
Palestinians in west Beirut
ast September.
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Myron Mayer Lecture spon-
sored by the Public Pro-
ams and Policy Commit-
tee of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies.

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