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May 30, 1986 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Come Visit

YOUTH

cat clea NISSAN
for the best deals & largest selection

I

Stuart Germansky

28200 W. 8 Mile

Jacqueline Holzman Fincher

471-5353

(2 Miles West of Telegraph
1 Mile East of Middlebelt

Open Mon. & Thurs till 9

FARMINGTON NILS, MI 48024

Sales, Service & Parts

E T H

F A X 0 N

Th e

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F

United Synagogue Youth President Maryanne Milgrom, center,
accepts the Klein Youth Award at last week's meeting. Pictured with
her are Esther Klein, left, and Marc Gould, USY social action vice
president.

JACK FAXON

INVITE YOU •
TO ENJOY














A Festival of the Arts featuring:
Phil Marcus Esser and Barbara Bredius
Sheri Nichols with Richard Berent
Barbara Selinger
Judy Goldstein
Renaissance City Chamber Players
50th Birthday Celebration
Campaign kick-off for re-election
to the Michigan State Senate
Park West Galleries
29469 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, Michigan
Monday, June 9, 1986
7:30 to 9:30 PM
Chairpersons: Irving Nusbaum
Lillian Jaffe Oaks
Tickets: $50.00 per person
available at the door
for information, call 358-1850
Please make checks payable to
Friends of Jack Faxon

Shirley Benyas, left, directs a group through the Holocaust
Memorial Center, during the Eighth Interfaith Youth Symposium
on th Holocaust, sponsored by the Jewish Community Council and
the Greater Detroit Interfaith Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews. Pictured with Mrs. Benyas are,
from left: teacher Sue Lombardo, Rachelle Pacis and David
Hodgdon.

S

Students from. Temple Beth El's Prentis Religious School high
school department were in Washington, D.C., recently for a social
action seminar. Pictured are, seated, from left: Carla Weiss, Amy
Freund and Mrs. Denise Cohen; and standing, from left: Glen
• Gerstein, Julie Bernstein, Congressman William Broomfield
(R-Birmingham), Robyn Tarnow, Rabbi Norman T. Roman and
Marc Israel.

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