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May 11, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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38' 1 Friday ; May it, 1984`

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

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SYNAGOGUE

Mortgage burning, forum
among B'nai David events

Cong. B'nai David will
hold a mortgage-burning
ceremony at a dinner-dance
to be held on May 20 at 6:30
p.m. in the Julius Roten-
berg Hall of the Synagogue.
A mortgage redemption
campaign has been con-
ducted for the past two
years. Major contributors to
this campaign have been
honored with stained glass
windows depicting the 12
tribes of Israel now on per-
manent display in the
synagogue's foyer.
Participants in the eve-
ning's events are synagogue
President Jerome Soble,
chairman Phil Bolton, co-
chairmen Helen Brown,
Mel Richman and Max So-
sin, and the B'nai David
clergy.
Cong. B'nai David was
founded on May 9, 1892, by
11 Jews of Russian origin
and this month celebrates
its 94th anniversary of serv-
ice to Detroit Jewry. It has
been popularly known as
the "Russische Shul"
throughout its long history.

Its first building was lo-
cated on Gratiot and Hast-
ings streets and it was fol-
lowed by structures on
Adelaide Street (1900),
Winder Street (1915), Owen
Ave. (1924) and on El-
mhurst and 14th Streets
from 1928 to 1958. The syn-
agogue relocated to its pre-
sent site on Southfield Rd.
in 1958 and its 1,000-seat
sanctuary was dedicated on
Chanukah 1966.
Max Sosin, past president
of the congregation, and
Philip Bolton, president-
elect, have been appointed
co-chairman for the
mortgage-burning dinner.
The community is invited.
For reservations and in-
formation, call the
synagogue office, 557-8210.

On Sunday at 11 a.m.,
Michigan State Rep.
Maxine Berman will speak
on "Campaign '84: Implica-
tions for the Jewish Corn-
munity" at B'nai David.
Rep. Berman will appear
for the annual Spring

Forum sponsored by the
Cultural Commission.
A continental breakfast
will be served at 10:15 a.m.
The public is invited free of
charge.

Coin replaces
S100 banknote

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
100 Shekel banknote, bear-
ing a portrait of Zeev
Jabotinsky, the founder of
the Zionist Revisionist
movement, has been re-
placed by a coin of the same
denomination. It is worth
about 55 cents at the cur-
rent rate of exchange.
The new coin, 75 percent
copper and 25 percent nic-
kel, is stamped with the rep-
lica of a coin of the H asmo-
nean era on one side and the
denomination on the other.
The coins are minted in
Jerusalem and by the Royal
Mint of Canada.

CONGRATULATIONS JOEL

`KEEP ON DRILLING'

NO CAVITY CLUB MEMBERS

Art, Gayle, Layne, Brandon, Larry, Elyn, Helen, Yosi, ltai,
Daniela, Joel, Carol, Noah, Carolyn, Greg, Auntie Franka,
Uncle Allen, Auntie Mala, Uncle Henry,
Mom, Dad and Freddie!

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