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May 11, 1984 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

68 Friday, May 11, 1984

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• Weddings & Bar/Bat Mitzvahs

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Thurs. til 7

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lee
of Midland announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Kyra-Ayn, to Michael
Stuart Berman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Berman
of Southfield.
Miss Lee earned a B.S.
degree in finance at West-
ern Michigan Universi`
Her fiance earned a B.S.
gree in communications at
WMU.
A June 1985 wedding is
planned.

Bailey-Rotenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Odem
Bailey of Taylor announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Kathy, to Stuart
Alan Rotenberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Rotenberg
of Southfield.
A July wedding is
planned.

552-8850

Israel-Lebanon
ties still solid,
Kimche claims

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We invite you to meet our staff,
hear about our program, and see
our facilities.

"Follow me to Akiva Nursery
in September 1984!"

Physical Fitness Clinic for
Athletes and Non-Athletes

Join Doug English and his professional staff
June 19 for a 5 day Physical Fitness Clinic. This
clinic is oriented towards general fitness,
weight control and fitness techniques for all
_aspiring Jr. and Sr. High athletes. Hurry! Limited
openings. Call for brochure and application.

PHYSICAL FITNESS CLINIC
CALL (313) 642-3261 TODAY!

Chaim
Hendin

a Unique Exhibition and Presentation

May 13-20

Nursery Open House

Wednesday, May 16 7:30 PM.

Akiva Hebrew Day School
27700 Southfield Road
(Southfield & 111/2 Mile Rd.)
552-9690

CHAIM HENDIN, currently living in Israel, is internation-
ally acknowledged as one of the most skilled and
dynamic sculptors of our century, and his works have
been exhibited throughout Europe and America. Hendin
was born in Riga, Latvia in 1920 and graduated from the
art academy there. A soldier in the Russian army from
1940 to 1945, he returned to his work after the war and
achieved major critical and official recognition for his
work. He was selected to make statues honoring Stalin
on his birthday, and given the privilege of making a
memorial monument in commemoration of the unknown
soldier in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. In the 1960s he
was chosen to do sculptures and copper ornamentation
in the Kremlin. Despite his many brilliant successes, a
time came when both artistic and personal freedom
compelled Hendin to leave the Soviet Union. Emigrating
to Israel in 1965 he has established an international
reputation as a metal sculptor who expresses both uni-
versal and Jewish themes with equal force.

Come See This Exciting Exhibit At:

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48033

Jerusalem — Israeli ties
with Lebanon are still solid
despite the abrogation of
the May 17, 1983 accord
signed by the two countries,
according to David Kimche,
director-general of the Is-
rael Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs.
"What you hear about
Lebanon is usually the op-
posite of the truth," Kimche
told a meeting of the West
Coast Friends of Hebrew
University here earlier this
spring. "There is no cut in
our relations with the
Lebanese despite the
(scrapping) of the treaty."
The support group was in
Jerusalem in conjunction
with the annual meeting of
the university's Board of
Governors and for the dedi-
cation of the school's
Emanuel Streisand Build-
ing for Jewish Studies,
named in memory of
entertainer Barbra
Streisand's father.

Radio marathon
nets $1.2 million

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Army Radio station raised
220 million Shekels ($"
million) for the Soldi
Welfare Committee in a
day-long Independence Day
radio "marathon" Monday.
The committee provides
recreational and sports
facilities for service person-
nel.
Listeners telephoned
pledges during the program
of songs and other
entertainment. Contribu-
tions were also made by
many of the fans who
attended the Independence
Day soccer match between
the National Football Team
and the Army Team at
Ramat Gan Stadium.

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