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November 07, 1986 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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JEWISH SINGLES

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LOCAL NEWS

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ACCENTS IN
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Reception Will Honor
Yeshivah Administrator

A reception in honor of
Rabbi Gedalya Moshe
Goldman, menahel of the"
Yeshivah Zevihel of
Jerusalem, will be held at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Rabbi Gedalya Goldman is
the scion of a Chassidic fam-
ily. He is the youngest
member of the Moatzet
Datith, the religious board of
the city of Jerusalem.
The Zeviheler institutions
in Jerusalem specialize in
education, tzedakah and the
teaching of Torah and
chasidut.
The Zeviheler institutions in-
clude the yeshivah, a kollel,
an ulpan, Talmud Torah,
dormitory-dining room, youth
organization for non-students,
a free loan fund, marriage
assistance fund and groups
geared for the study of Gem-
ara and Mishnayot.
The local reception commit-
tee includes: Rabbi Leizer
Levin, Chaskel Grubner, Leib
Bakst and Leo Goldman, co-
chairmen.
Committee members are:
Norman Adelsberg, Boruch
Balaj, Moric Berman, Shel-

don Brown, Louis Bregman,
Dr. Henry Brystowski, Aaron
Cannon, Charles Cowan,
Samuel Firestone, Morris
Flatt, Rabbi Arthur Gold,
Joseph Goldman.
Others are: Burton. Green-
berg, Samuel Guterman, Dr.
Leon Herschfus, Rabbi Nor-
man Kahn, Samuel Kreis-
man, Saul Levine, Dr. Mor-
ton Plotnick, Jenoe Roth,
Markus Sauerhaft, Israel
Shafer, Phil Shaffer, Asa
Shapiro, Bernard Shapiro,
Rabbi Shlomo Singerman,
Leo Stein, Nick Stern,
Samuel Stoller, Samuel
Weinberger, Hyman L.
Weiner, Michael Weiss and
Max Young.
For reservations, call
Joseph Goldman, 967-3666;
or Rabbi Leo Goldman, 542-
4444.

Rider Wins Prize

Dr. Steven Hechtman, son
of Molly and Louis Hechtman
of Southfield, won a first
place ribbon and first place
trophy at the Michigan Hun-
ters (Horse) Jumping Contest
for perfect jumping over hur-
dles.

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Hillel Day School's winners of the Michigan Thanksgiving Day
Float Competition show off their certificates. The fourth graders,
from left, Tal Sapieka, Davi Ellis, Ilana Glazier, Jill Bruss and
Mara Reinstein, won for their entry, "Dress the Turkeys." Pic-
tured with them are headmaster Rabbi Robert Abramson and
Special Interest Teacher Shelley Goldberg.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cong. Beth Achim's B'nai
Mazal Youth Group (grades
three through five) will visit
Franklin Cider Mill on Sun-
day, meeting at Beth Achim
at 2 p.m. There is a charge.
For information, contact
Mara Staller, 557-8315.
Nitzanim (age three
through grade two) will visit
the Jewish Book Fair on Nov.
16 to see the film Molly's Pil-
grim based on the book by

,

Barbara Cohen. Meet at
Cong. Beth Achim at 1:30
p.m. Call Laurie Najer, 559-
4743; or the youth office,
352-8679, for reservations.

Youth Retreat

Temple Israel Youth Group
will hold its annual fall re-
treat Nov. 14-16 at Camp
Maas. For information, call
the temple, 661-5700.

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