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October 12, 1984 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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Friday, October 12, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

let your words
do the talking JEWISH
inthe NEWS
Cal; The Jewish News Advertising

Department at 424-8833

THE WIZARD OF EYES,

NOW OPEN FOR YOUR
CONVENIENCE UNTIL
8:30 p.m. on THURSDAYS.

Announces the Opening of His Southfield Office

for

Drs. Howard A. Parven, David Susser and A. Martin Lerner were each
;)resented with the State of Israel's Maimonides Award at an Israel Bond
Dinner that raised over $800,000 in economic development loan funds for
State of Israel. Shown at the dinner, held at Adat Shalom Synagogue
(and sponsored by the Professional Medical Health Services Division of
Greater Metropolitan Detroit State of Israel Bonds, are, seated from left:
Drs. Parven, Susser and Lerner; and standing, from left: dinner
chairman Dr. Mathew Borovoy, National Israel Bonds Campaign _
chairman David B. Hermelin, dinner co-chairman Dr. Susan E. Harold,
guest speaker Barry Farber, dinner co-chairman Dr. Arthur Lieberman
amend division chairman Dr. Her-shel Sandberg.

IRS chief counsel will address
Professional Endowment Institute

Fred T. Goldberg, chief counsel
of the Internal Revenue Service in
IVashington, D.C., will be the
Keynote speaker at the Profes-
sional Endowment Institute set
for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Somerset
Inn.
Sponsored by the Federated
Endowment Fund of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, its United
ti ewish Charities and member
agencies, the seminar provides an
opportunity for attorneys, cer-
tified public accountants and in-
surance specialists to discuss such
topics as current IRS policy and
its impact on charity.
., In addition, there will be a
--panel presentation dealng with
tax benefits and opportunities for
charitable giving. Panelists in-
clude attorneys Teryl L. Minasian
and Jerrold M. Bigelman; insur-
ance agent Fred L. Goldenberg;
and Bernard Kent, CPA.
.., lc- The seminar is part of the ex-
panding Federated Endowment
Fund program, whose goal is to
achieve $100,000,000 for distri-

October 1, 1984

Farmbrook Medical Complex
29877 Telegraph Road
.
Suite 301
Southfield, Michigan 48034

(313) 356-0190

By Appointment

MEDICARE PROVIDER

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
ADULT STUDIES PROGRAM

Presents

Mandell Berman

bution among Federation and its
agencies.
Mandell L. Berman is chairman
of the Federated Endowment
Fund. Miles Jaffe is chairman,
and Stanley M. Weingarden is
co-chairman of the professional
advisory committee.
For information, call Federa-
tion, 965-3939.

Federation public relations cited

The Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit won three awards for
excellence in public relations at
the 1984 national competition
sponsored by the Council of
Jewish Federations.
The JWF newsletter, Commu-
nity Currents, earned a silver
award in the large-city category.
A bronze award went to Federa-
tion for its slide show, "Never
Take No for an Answer," a guide
to telephone solicitation, which
starred Allied Jewish Campaign
volunteers and was narrated by
-Harry Goldstein. Sheldon Cohn
assisted in the show's production.
Federation also received honora-
ble mention for its 1983 annual

Tearing Problems

Judging of the entries was'corn-
pleted by a 35-member committee
comprised of delegates from
Jewish federations throughout
North America. James M.
August, a member of the JWF
executive committee, represented-
Detroit on the judging panel.

Charlotte Dubin is the director
of Federation's public relations
department. Beverly Wolkind is
assistant director and Joyce Luft
serves as staff associate.

Lorna Carlone is head of the art
department; Kathy Gaval is
assistant. Nick Jackson has been
the Winter at Federation for more

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PROFESSOR ZVI GITELMAN

of the University of Michigan
who will lecture on
"HERITAGE: CIVILIZATION AND
THE JEWS"
Based upon the Abba Eban
Television Series on Channel 56.

.

Tuesday 8:00-10:00 p.m.

First Session Begins on Oct. 23rd, and
the series ends on Dec. 11th

($10,00 per family for members, $20.00 per family for non-members)

This lecture series is offered under the sponsorship of

The Ivan and Linda Bloch Endowment

of Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Please Mail Your Check To:
Adult Studies Program - Cong. Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road, P.O. Box 2056
Southfield, ,M1,0034
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