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April 26, 1985 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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JEWISH NEWS

AL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET

SPONSORED

B'NAI B'RITH TOURS FOR 1985

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Travel & Tours

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SYNAGOGUE

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WE INVITE YOU AND YOUR GUEST TO DINE OUT AND ENJOY ONE OR
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ONE FREE WITH ANY INCOMING DRY CLEANING ORDER OF $9.95 OR
MORE.
NO DUPLICATION OF THIS COUPON.
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We Strive to Develop in Your Child:

* A Positive Self-Concept

* An Understanding and Sense of
Pride for Jewish Heritage and
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* An Appreciation for the
Observance of Shabbat Through
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* Hebrew and English Language
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* Experimentation Through
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* Fine Motor Development

* A LOVE FOR LEARNING

Full day, half day, and flexible scheduling offered.

LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President
NORMAN ALLAN
Founder/Consultant

Akiva Hebrew Day School/Stollman Education Center

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

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Phone: 642-5575

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GEMOLOGIST/DIAMONTOLOGIST

Rabbi Bernard Weinberger,
spiritual leader of the Young Is-
rael of Brooklyn, will be the
guest speaker at the annual
dinner of Mikvah Israel-
Women's Orthodox League on
Sunday at the Southfield Hilton
Hotel at 5:30 p.m.
Ordained at Mesivta Torah
Vadaath in 1953, Rabbi Wein-
berger receiveD his secular edu-
cation at Brooklyn College and
New York University, and re-
ceived an honorary doctorate
degree in theology from
Philathea College in 1968. He is
a certified social worker in the
state of New York. He has
served as assistant adminis-
trator of the Human Resources
Administration of the city of
New York and as assistant
executive director of YMHA of
Williamsburg.
A former president of the
Rabbinical Alliance of America
and the Council of Jewish Man-
power Associates, Rabbi Wein-
berger serves on the executive
committee of the United Or-
thodox Rabbinate of the United
States. He has been published in
the Journal of Jewish Com-
munal Service, Jewish Life, and
World Jewish. Tribune.
The dinner committee is
chaired by Burton Cohen and
Davida Cohen. The dinner
committee consists of Esther
Bakst, Judy Butrimovitz, Hilda
Cohen, Sharon Cohen, Chanchie
Frankel, Gitel Gliksberg and
Maxine Lieberson.
Other commitee members are
Hillel Abrams, Rabbi Mordechai
Ehrlich, Rabbi Israel Rockove,
Marvin Seligson, David, Wayn-
traub and Dr. Mordechai Wein-
garden.
For reservations, call Cohen,
967-3613; or Mrs. Cohen, 967-
3383.

Award Winner

Douglas J. Gaynor of Far-
mington Hills was presented
with the fellowhip award of the
Michigan Recreation and Parks
Association. This award was
given to Mr. Gaynor for his out-
standing contribution to the
association and for the better-
ment of parks, recreation and
forestry.

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