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May 02, 1986 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-02

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David Tanzman, regional vice
president of the National Council
of Young Israel, and his wife,
Lottie, will be honored at the an-
nual dinner of the Eretz Israel
Commission of the National
Council of Young Israel on June 1
at the Vista International at the
World Trade Center in Manhat-
tan. Proceeds from the banquet
and its journal will be dedicated
to the support of the growing
Young Israel synagogue move-
ment in Israel.
Tanzman has a long record as a
lay leader of the Young Israel
movement. Beginning in New
York as a youth at the Young Is-
rael of Parkchester, he later
served as a Baal Musaf for five
years at the Young Israel of
Oak-Woods in the Detroit area,
and then as founder and officer of
the Young Israel of Greenfield.
He was honored in 1977 by the
National Council of Young Israel
with the Shofar Award, and has
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council conventions, and on many
key committees of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Council of Young Is-
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in the movement goes back to her
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Williamsburg.
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Metropolitan Detroit Council
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economically depressed com-
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He is currently organizing De-
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now operating at the YI of Tal-
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The Birmingham Temple will
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p.m. today.
The temple youth group and
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Lecture Series
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Rights" throughout May.
On Monday,. at 8:30 p.m. at the
temple, Dr. Josiah Bartlett,
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. "Are You Ready for Armaged-
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talk. There is a charge for each of
the May programs.
• A special People Day celebra-
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Guest Speaker
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"The Holocaust: A Christian
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mon to be delivered at 7:45 p.m.
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Church of. the Master, 3333
Coolidge, Troy.
Rev. James Lyons, director of
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Temple Conducts
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The Birmingham Temple will
hold an Evening With the Rabbi
for prospective members of the
congregation on Wednesday at
8:30 p.m. in the temple library.
All are welcome.

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