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May 25, 1984 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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Friday, May 25, 1984 65

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Holocaust Center to open Sept. 16

Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter president Leon Halpern
announced that the facility
will formally open to the
puplic on Sept. 16.

Dr. Irvin Gastman of the
museum committee re-
ported that work on the ex-
hibits is progressing on
schedule. Exhibit displays

Sheldon Satovsky to direct
Ohaarey Zedek Men's Club

Sheldon B. Satovsky was
installed as president of the
men's club of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek at a champagne
breakfast last Sunday.
Installed with him were:
Dr. Joseph H. Langnas, vice
president; Dr. Gerald
Laker, treasurer; Dr. Leon
Hochman, financial secre-
tary; Jerome A. Cohen,
corresponding secretary;
and Robert B. Bayer, re-
cording secretary.
Newly elected board
members are: Dr. Harvey Sheldon P. Satovsky
Beaver, Bernard J. Cantor,
Dr. David J. Chait, Ben convention. He also is a
Chinitz, Mason Himelhich, board member of the Na-
Harvey Hortick, Sal Pone, tional Federation of Jewish
Herbert Pont, Dr. Samuel Men's Clubs and is co-
Scheinfield, Dr. Milton chairman of its upcoming
Stern, Marvin S. Rosen, 1985 bi-annual convention
James A. Safran and Ken- _ to be held in New York.
Satovsky's father, Ab-
neth J. Safran. The other
board members and past raham Satovsky, who is the
presidents who are ex- honorary president of the
officio members will con- Shaarey Zedek Men's Club,
tinue in office.
past national and regional
Dr. Abner I. Ragins is the president of the federation,
immediate past president.
was installing officer. He
Satovsky is a vice was president of the
president and Michigan Shaarey Zedek Men's Club
sub-regional chairman of 36 years ago. -
the Great Lakes Region of
Rabbi Irwin Groner in-
the Federation of Jewish stalled the other officers
Men's Clubs, and recently and board members.
co-chaired its annual spring Leonard P. Baruch, a past

SINGLES

C.A.S. will highlight its
next party with a disc joc-
key, band, prizes and snacks
when it prepares for the
holiday weekend at 8:30
p.m. today at Ginopolis.
Singles age 21 and up are
invited. There is an admis-
sion fee.


JEWISH SINGLES /
PARENTS NETWORK
OF ANN ARBOR will
leave at 10 a.m. Monday for
shopping in Windsor and a
dim sum lunch. For reserva-
tions, call Frank Smith,
q71-7876.


ROSE SHERER SO-
CIALITES will have a
general meeting on Sunday
at 7:30 p.m .at Northgate
East Apts. club house.
Elections will-be held. Belle
Sorokin and Dave Glicklin
are nomination chairmen.
The club also will make a
presentation to the Allied
Jewish. Campaign. There
will be a social hour and re-
freshments. Single men and
women age 55 and up are
invited. Admission is free.
For information, call

President
Dorothy
Goldberg, 548-6850.

B'NAI B'RITH SING-
LES (age 18-30) is still
seeking bowlers for its
league which meets. at 7
p.m. Tuesdays at Ark Lanes
West. There is a fee. Only
members are eligible to
bowl. The fee includes
membership. For informa-
tion, call Bruce Zickerman,
661-1023; or Sue Freedman,
476-1567.
The group will have a
coed softball league meet-
ing on Sunday nights. There
is a fee, and only members
are eligible. For informa-
tion, call the B'nai B'rith
office, 552-8177.


JEWISH SINGLES/
PARENTS NETWORK
OF ANN ARBOR will go to
a concert based on
Holocaust accounts, nar-
rated by Ed Asner, at 8 p.m.
June 2 at Potter Center
Music Hall, Jackson Com-
munity College. There is a
charge. For information and
tickets, call Jerry Garfield,
994-4006; or Andy Bailis,
971-9087.

are being developed in Lon-
don by the world famous
James Gardner Studio, the
same design firm which
created many of the exhibits
at the Museum of the Dias-
pora in Tel Aviv.
Ellen Glen is general
chairman of the volunteer
committee. Persons in-
terested in volunteering for

Diamonds Cost Less Here Period!

any of these programs can
contact Mrs. Glen, 661-
0840.
Individuals elected to the
HMC board are: Steve Col-
lins, Joel Dorfman, Mrs.
Glen, Eric Gordon, Alan J.
Kaufman, Ira Mondry,
Fredric M. Newman, Mar-
tin Rose, Mark Schlussel
and Mickey Shapiro.

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Mr. and Mrs. Sid (Celia)
Norman Allan, honoree
Schwartz, long-time sup- at JNF's testimonial dinner
porters of the Jewish Na- on June 20 at Adat Shalom
tional Fund, have planted Synagogue, will serve as the
gardens of 100 trees each in cohen for the Pidyon haBen.
Israel in honor of the Pidyon Dr. Harvey Nussbaum will
haBen of their grandson, present the tree certificates
Jeffrey David, son of Mr. to the guests.
and Mrs. Robert (Diane)
Schwartz of California; and Memorial rite
in honor of the birth of their
granddaughter; Sara set in Oak Park
RoseAnne, daughter of Dr.
The United Jewish Social
and Mrs. Howard (Marilyn)
Club, which is composed of
Streit of Chicago, Ill.
Hungarian, Czechoslova-
The ceremonies will take kian and Romanian sur-
place in the Schwartz home vivors of the Holocaust, will
on Sunday. Each guest will mark the 40th anniversary
receive a Jewish National of its members' abduction
Fund certificate in their from private homes to Au-
name attesting to the plant- schwitz, on Sunday at 1 p.m.
ing of a tree in Israel in at Cong. Mishkan Israel
H'Ari
honor of the Schwartzes' Nusach
Lubavitcher Center.
grandchildren.
Participating in the pro-
This has become a tradi-
tion for the Schwartzes who gram will be Rev. Hershl
have planted trees as far Roth of Cong. B'nai David
back as for the bar mitzvah and the guest speaker will
of their son Robert in 1964. be Rabbi Milton Arm of
Four years ago, they Cong. Beth Achim.
The public is invited.
planted a woodland in Israel
in memory of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jules (Rose)
Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs.
Feitel (Lena) Nusenbaum.

Hillel Day School P.T.O.
and Friends of Hillel will
sponsor a Shabbat dinner at
6 p.m. June 1 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
A complete Shabbat
dinner will be served. For
information, call the school
office, 851-2394.

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Akiva Hebrew Day
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