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February 10, 1984 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN will have its

annual Brotherhood Night
program at 8 p.m. Feb. 23 at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.
Moderator will be Past
Department Commander
Jack Berman. Other vete-
rans organizations will par-
ticipate, and the Depart-
ment of Michigan, JWV,
will host the program.
Relatives and friends are
invited. Refreshments will
be served by the ladies aux-
iliary.

* * *

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet for

a dutch treat lunch at the
Maple House Restaurant,
Southfield, on Feb. 18 at
12:30 p.m. Friends are in-
vited. For information, con-
tact President Anne Weins-
tein, 559-4292; or Vice

Magician Due
at Akiva Dinner

Dorothy
President
Schwartzman, 661-4431.
* * *

CHARLES SHAPIRO
AUXILIARY will meet 8

p.m. Thursday in the home
of Shelley Spinner, 25071 E.
Rue Versailles, Apt. A, Oak
Park. The nominating
committee will give its re-
port. For information, call
Miss Spinner, 967-3190; or
Helen Pliskow, 398-0170.

* * *

LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will have a

potluck luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Feb. 18 in the home of
Senior Vice President Ruth
Weiss, 29717 Farmbrook
Villa Ln., Southfield, an-
nounces auxiliary
President Ruth Kline.
There will be a short meet-
ing, followed by games. For
required reservations by
Sunday, call Mrs. Kline,
968-5515; or Mrs. Weiss,
356-1713.

and Dr. Lawrence Loe-
wenthal and Jack Zwick,
patron chairmen. -
The cocktail party is a
prelude to Akiva's 20th an-
niversary banquet,
scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
March 4 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Both events will
highlight the anniversary
year and pay tribute to
Sadye K. Forman, who will
receive Akiva's woman of
the year award.
The public is invited to
both events. For reserva-
tions and information, call
the Borsands, 646-3010; the
Zwicks, 355-5010; or Joan
Levi, school administrator,
552-9690.

Study on Israeli
Poverty Scored

MERLIN THE WIZARD

Akiva Hebrew Day
School PTA will sponsor a
spaghetti dinner 6 p.m. Feb.
22 at the day school.
Entertainment will be
provided by Merlin the
Wizard. Proceeds from the
dinner will go to the school's
computer program.
Paid reservations are due
by Wednesday. For details,
call Barbara Jacobs, 967-
4210, after 5 p.m.

Delivery
Hours

Hand delivery of
materials to be pub-
lished in The Jewish
News can be made be-
tween the hours of 6
a.m. and 11 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday,
and from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturdays. Office
hours are 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday.

49

Torah Center Has Openings for Winter Judaic Classes

Machon L'Torah Torah
Center of Metro Detroit still
has openings for its winter
semester courses for begin-
ner, intermediate and ad-
vanced students.
Classes for women in-
clude: analysis of the Book
of Bereshit, applying Torah
today, reading Hebrew,
Shabat prayers, Humash
and the laws of kashrut.
For men, courses include:
Midrash; Talmud; weekly
Torah portion; Mitzva —
source, meaning and appli-
cation; prayer; and reading
Hebrew.
A special course for

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The former director of the
National Insurance Insti-
tute (NII), Rafi Roter,
criticized his successor
Danny Azriel last month for
damaging the credibility of
the NII by releasing poverty
statistics in what he termed
"a misleading way."
Azriel had released an
NII survey showing that
500,000 Israelis live below
the poverty line. The report
was immediately chal-
lenged by Treasury offi-
cials, who accused the NII of
juggling its statistical
methods as a public rela-
tions ploy in support of the
Tami Party's demands for
increased welfare benefits.

Dominican Envoy
to Israel Dies

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Dominican Republic's Am-
bassador to Israel, Dr.
Manuel Esteban Rodriguez
Fernando, died in the Meir
Hospital in Kfar Saba
Tuesday. He was 42 years
old.
The ambassador, who suf-
fered a stroke last week, had
taken up his duties in Israel
last April. The body is being
flown home today for burial
in the Dominican Republic.

teens, called 613 Com-
mandments, is sched-
uled.
Additional classes out-
side of the Oak Park-
Southfield area are held at
the Hillel Foundations at
Wayne State University,
University of Michigan and

Michigan State University.
Tutorial and learning
partner programs also are
offered. Faculty members
are: Rabbi Baruch Levin,
Mrs. Riva Weisfish, Rabbi
Fishel Mael, Mrs. Sora M.
Kahn, Mrs. Elaine Mael,
Rabbi Shmuel Strickman,

Mrs. Bayla Jacobovitz, Mrs.
Goldie Silverstein, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg, Rabbi
Avraham Jacobovitz and
Mrs. Bayla Landsman.
For information, call
Machon L'Torah, 398-4405;
or Rabbi Jacobovitz, 968-
1679 or 968-4835.

BERNARD AND SON
KOSHER MEATS

UNDER THE SUPERVISION
of The Council of
Orthodox Rabbis

`Hannah Senesh'
Drama Slated

THIS WEEK ONLY

SUPER SAVINGS ON ALL MEATS

OFF $ od

15/

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0 .
Also guper gavings *On

Party for Akiva Supporters
Prelude to Anniversary Fete

A cocktail party for
friends and supporters of
Akiva Hebrew Day School
will take place 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Borsand,
211 Lowell Ct., Bloomfield
Hills, announce Irving
Laker and Irving Nusbaum,
honorary patron chairmen,

Friday, February 10, 1

LORI WILNER

"Hannah Senesh," star-
ring Lori Wilner, will be the
second performance in this
year's Celebration of the
Jewish Arts Series. The per-
formance will take place 8
p.m. Saturday at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater in
Ann Arbor.
Ms. Wilner's one-woman
drama, uses song and dance,
as well as Senesh's own
poetry and prose. The true
story of a World War II
heroine, it describes her be-
coming the first female
paratrooper and volunteer
to parachute behind Nazi
lines to rescue the Hunga-
rians.
For ticket information,
call the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation, 663-3336.

.

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