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January 04, 1985 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 4, 1985

SYNAGOGUE

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

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CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

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STORE CLOSED

Until Friday, January 11th, 1985

Women's special Shabbat slated

commemorates the founding of
the national organization.
In addition, the sisterhood will
continue its Lunch and Learn
series following services. Guest
speaker will be Sharlene Ungar,
vice president of Cong. B'nai
Moshe, vice president of Michigan
Region of United Synagogue of
America, and past president of
Michigan Branch of the women's
league, who will discuss the Con-
servative movement in Israel.
Reservations for the luncheon

The sisterhood of Cong. B'nai
Moshe will celebrate Sisterhood
Shabbat on Jan. 19 by participat-
ing in Sabbath morning services.
Chairman of the day is Marilyn
Redmond, past president of the
sisterhood.
Sisterhood Shabbat marks the
anniversary of the convening of
Mathilde Schecter of the first
meeting of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism more than
50 year's ago. Each year the Shab-
bat closest to the English date

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STORE CLOSED!!!

Many More Specials In Our Self Service Counter
Under Supervision of The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

All day Saturday, January 5th thru Thursday,
January 10th to mark down prices throughout the
store, engage and train extra help and to arrange
our store and stocks for this our GREATEST SALE
EVER which begins next Friday morning, January
11th, promptly at 9 A.M.

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6 Boys Wear Salespeople
2 Cashiers • 5 Wrappers or Baggers

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can be made by calling Marion,
Nueman, 967-4491. Everyone is
welcome to hear Mrs. Ungar at
1:15 p.m.

New officers

installed at
synagogue

The Downtown Synagogue will
install its officers at services at 9
a.m. (new time) Saturday.
Officers to be installed are:
Joseph Weiss, president; Wilbert
Blake, Ralph R. Goldsmith and'
Alfred Berkowitz; George A.;
Agree, honorary president;
George Bass, president emeritus
Sheilah E. Goldberg, secretary .
and Jack Yourofsky, treasurer. 1
The board of directors includes.
George A. Agree, A. Arnold
Agree, Richard Agree, Charles
Fink, Bass, Donald Canvasser'
Harold Grodman, Edward Miller,
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, Ethel'
Palman, Norman M. Newman
Sanford Rosenthal, Brian Schiff
and Paul Unatin.

Anniversary
celebrants
are honored

Cong. Beth Abraham Hill,
Moses will have a late family wo
ship service at 8:15 p.m. tod
honoring members who w .
celebrate their wedding annivt
saries in January.
Services will be followed by
Oneg Shabbat. Rabbi A. Irvii
Schnipper will officiate and Ca'
for Ben-Zion Larixner will cha]
the liturgy. Everyone is invites

Lectures named
for local rabbi

Young Israel of Oak-Woods he
established an annual lectureshi
to carry the name of its spiritu
leader for the past 22 years, Rab l
James I. Gordon.
The first lecture will take pl
Feb. 6, Tu b'Shevat.

NEWS

More Germans
visit Israel

Bonn (JTA) — West Germai
was the largest single source
European tourism to Israel
1984, according to the Israel Gc
ernment Tourist Office in ti
country. The Frankfort-bas
office also reported that Gerrn
tourism continued to increa
during the entire year, with
cord numbers of West Germa
going to Israel to participate .
various Christmas ceremom
there.

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