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September 13, 1985 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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31005 ORCHARD WIRD. at 14 Mlle • Farmington Hills

LOCAL NEWS

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Friedmans Give Gift
To Refurbish UHS Rooms

Withes Its Customers & Friends
A Healthy & Happy

New Year

Johnny and Pete Ginopolis
and the employees of

27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile • Farmington Hills

Heartily Wish
Their Customers, Friends
And The Entire Community

ti

A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR

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ROSE and IRVING GUTTMAN,
Family & Staff

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"The One & Only"

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Dr. Paul C. Feinberg, left, accepts a gift from Sarah and Morris
Friedman. Pictured standing is Dr. Gerald A. Teller,
superintendent of the UHS.

Dr. Paul C. Feinberg,
president of the United Hebrew
Schools, announces the donation
of a gift of $50,000 from Morris
and Sarah Friedman to be used
to refurbish Rooms 9 and 10 of
the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
These rooms will be re-named
the Morris and Sarah Friedman
Conference Room. A permanent
endowment also will be estab-
lished by the Friedmans at the
Jewish Welfare Federation to
support an annual lecture either
in Yiddish or a lecture in
English on Yiddish language
culture and literature. The
endowment will support a Cen-
ter for Yiddish Studies in the
metropolitan Detroit area.
Morris and Sarah Friedman

Restaurant

Join In Extending Most Sincere
Wishes For a Joyful

NEW YEAR

We thank you for your gracious patronage . . .
and most sincerely wish the very best in
health, happiness, joy and, prosperity to all

We Will Close
Sept. 15 at 3 p.m.
Reopening Wed. Morning, Sept. 18
We Will Close
Tues. Sept. 24 at 3 p.m.
Reopening ' Thurs. morning, Sept. 26

Bar-Ilan University.

The UHS will honor the
Friedmans at a special academic
convocation on Nov. 3. Renah
Bardenstein has been appointed
the chairman of the convocation.
The Friedmans also will be hon-
ored at the convocation on the
occasion of their 60th wedding
anniversary. The Convocation
will also inaugurate the Moishe
and Sarah Friedman Lecture.

oPacobs Seeks Re-Election

IRVING'S

May the call of the Shofar herald
a message of peace for the entire world.

have been long-time supporters
of the United Hebrew Schools.
They have served on the board
of directors for many years. The
Friedmans have also been active
in the support of Yiddish both in
the United States and in Israel.
They have endowed a Center for
Yiddish Language in Israel at

Gilda Z. Jacobs

Gilda Z. Jacobs, the first
woman to serve on the Hun-
tington Woods City Commission,
is seeking another four-year
term. Jacobs was appointed to
fill a vacancy on the Commis-
sion in February of 1981. She
then ran successfully for a
four-year term which expires in
Detember.
Jacobs taught in the Madison
School District before serving as
an administrative aide to State
Sen. Doug Ross. She, is currently
development coordinator `for the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens.

A ten-year resident of Hun-
tington Woods, Jacobs is a
member of the Resident's Asso-
ciation, the Art League, and the
Friends of the Library. She cur-
rently serves as an alternate to
SEMCOG, and ,as a liaison be-
tween the City and the Safety
and Personal Awareness Com-
mittee at Burton School. She
was also active in completing
the Burton Land Use Project.
Jacobs is affiliated with the
Anti-Defamation League, the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens, Women's American
ORT, National Council of
Jewish Women and Temple
Emanu-El.

Early Deadlines

The Jewish News will
have early advertising dead.'
lines for the Sept. 20 issue.
The deadline for display ad-
vertising and display
classified will be at 4 p.m.
today. Classified and dis-
play classified will have an
early deadline for the Sept.
27 issue of noon 'Tuesday;
Sept. 24.

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