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July 04, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-04

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FOR YOUR
• SWEET SIXTEEN • BAT MITZVAH
• BIRTHDAY • GRADUATION •



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10-5:30
Wed. & Fri. til 9

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855-6566

LOCAL NEWS



AT HUNTERS SQUARE
ORCHARD LAKE RD.
AT 14 MILE

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THE JEWISH NEWS

Call Us Today! 354-6060

PAYING RETAIL
PRICES FOR FINE
HOME HARDWARE
IS MONEY DOWN
THE DRAIN.

JVS Honors Perry Drugs

Perry Drug Stores, Inc., re-
ceived the Employer of the Year
Award at the JVS' annual meet-
ing. The drug store chain received
the award "for outstanding coop-
eration in providing employment
opportunities for unemployed
workers."
In addition, Lear Siegler, Inc.,
General Seating Division, was
honored as Contractor of the
Year, "for outstanding coopera-
tion in the advancement of a re-
habilitation program for voca-
tionally handicapped workers."
The meeting also was occasion
to elect officers.
Stuart Goldstein was elected
president of the JVS for 1986-
1987. Elected with him were:
Harvey Kleiman, Linda Klein
and Susan Miller, vice presidents;
Dr. James Labes, secretary; and
Norman Wachler, treasurer.
The executive committee in-
cludes: Stephen A. Bromberg, Dr.
David Jacknow, Walter S.
Nussbaum, Gerald A. Share,
Morris Silverman, Lita Zemmol.

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Friday, July 4, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Continuing to serve on the
board are: Carol Bromberg, Ab-
raham Burnstein, Eugene Driker,
Harold Elson, Burton Farbman,
Honey Friedman, Irving
Goldman, Harvey Gordon, Hadar
Granader, Earl Grant, John M.
Haddow, Dr. Joseph Honet, Faye
Kalman, Diane Keene, Henry
Lee, Julie Levy, Linda Lieber-
man, Sondra Nathan, Alicia Nel-
son, Samuel Schiff, Dr. David
Schwartz, Mary Shapero, Rabbi
Lane Steinger, Amy Wollman.
Ex-Officio members of the
board are: Robert S. Amberg, Paul
Broder, Ronald L. Greenberg,
Stuart E. Hertzberg, Melvin Kol-
bert, Arthur J. Rubiner, Julian H.
Scott, Gilbert B. Silverman,
Erwin S. Simon, Bruce E. Thal,
William M. Wetsman.

Klein Directs Loan Agency

The Abbaka Dan-Brass'
home bar-sink.

HERALD
WHOLESALE

Newly elected trustees are:
James M. August, Nora Barron,
Dean J. Gould, Rep. David Hon-
igman, Edythe Jackier, Joel E.
Jacob, Joel Piell and Steven Vic-
tor.

Emery I. Klein was elected
president of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association at its recent an-
nual meeting.
Klein served as vice president
for the past three years. He re-
cently became general co-
chairman for the 1987 Allied
Jewish Campaign. He also sits on
the boards of United Jewish
Charities and the Detroit Service
Group.
He is a member of Federation's
Board of Governors and its Corn-
munity Services Division.
In addition to his Federation ac-
tivities, Klein is a board member
of the Holocaust Memorial Center
and the treasurer of Detroit Men's
ORT.
Nationally, he is on the Board of
Overseers of Bar-Ilan University.
and the National Council of
AIPAC. He is also a member of
Cong. B'nai Moshe and Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Other officers are: Sherwin A.
Behrmann, vice president; Irwin
L. Kahn, treasurer; and Harvey
A. Deutch, secretary.
Re-elected directors are: Mar-
lene Borman, Ronald Berman,
Steven Z. Cohen, Mitchell
Feldman, Miriam Friedman,

Herbert Goldstein, Paul Hack,
Peter Helman, Alan Kandel,
Jerome Kelman, Henry Lee,
David Lipton, Jeffrey M. Leib, Dr.
Lawrence Loewenthal, John Ne-
mon, Susan Pappas, Ruth Red-
stone, Dr. Harvey Sabbota, Rabbi
Dannel Schwartz, Sherman Shap-
iro.
Newly elected directors are:
Gary Torgow, David Wallace.
Past Presidents and Life Mem-
bers are: Henry Auslander, Jacob
L. Keidan, Maurice Klein,
Graham Landau, Henry Leopold,
Milton S. Marwil, George M.
Stutz, William Wetsman, Charles
Goldstein, Myron Schiffman.
Meanwhile, Leopold was
elected a co-president of the na-
tional Association of Hebrew Free
Loans at its fifth annual confer-
ence.

Yad Vashem
Seeks Names

To assist Yad Vashem (the Is-
rael Remembrance Authority) in
its latest effort to update records
of Holocaust victims, the Jewish
Community Council, Children of
Holocaust-Survivors Association
in Michigan and the Albert Eins-
tein Lodge No. 2070 of B'nai
B'rith have joined together to seek
names of those previously un-
documented.
The cooperating organizations
will be disturbing a "Page of Tes-
timony" created by Yad Vashem
for the purpose of recording the
names and pertinent information
about those who perished in the
holocaust. Individuals wishing to
receive the 'form are requested to
call the Jewish Community
Council office, 962-1880, or write
the council at 163 Madison Ave-
nue, Detroit, MI 48226.

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