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January 16, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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A Call to Every American Jew — Register by Feb. 9

Vote for ZOA
Zionist Action Slate

Mary and Harry Stoffer

Stoffer 60th

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stoffer
of Oak Park recently cele-
brated their 60th wedding an-
niversary.
Stoffer and the former Mary
Sherman were married Jan. 2,
1927, at the Joseph Brothers
Restaurant in Detroit.
The couple's children are:
Mrs. Lawrence M. (Beatrice)
Stein of Southfield and Dr.
Sheldon (Phyllis) Stoffer of
West Bloomfield. They have
five grandchildren and one

For the first time since 1978, elections will be held this year for the 31st
World Zionist Congress, the parliament of the Jewish people. Every American Jew
over 18 is eligible to register and cast a mail ballot by joining a Zionist organization.
You are invited to join and vote for ZOA—the Zionist Organization of
America, founder of the American Zionist movement. Our past presidents include
some of the greatest Jews in our country's history: Justice Louis D. Brandeis,
Rabbi Stephen Wise, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. For 90 years we have worked for:
Jewish unity... Religious freedom... Democracy in Jewish life...
The right of Jews to settle everywhere in the Land of Israel

Regardless of the Zionist body to which you belong,
You Can Vote for ZOA—Slate #3, a Platform for All Zionists:

Woodcarving, Films

Among Senior Activities

1) Jewish Action. ZOA led the fight for a Jewish state. Today, politically
independent and bi-partisan, we battle for a secure Israel. Our 20 National Action
Centers across the country have an outstanding record of achievement in shaping
public opinion and public policy in support of Israel.
2) Jewish Equality and Religious Freedom. ZOA urges moderation and
fairness solutions that bind the Jewish people together rather than fragment us.
The synagogue, the community and the Zionist movement must foster Jewish
unity. ZOA members—Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist and Reform
—represent such unity.
3) Jewish Enterprise. To strengthen Israel's economy, ZOA urges
greater private investment and individual initiative. A free economy—not
socialism—is the only way Israel can achieve economic independence.
4) Jewish Youth. ZOA's Masada and Young Zionist programs reach and teach
tens of thousands of our best young people about Israel and their Jewish heritage.



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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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great-grandson.
Stoffer has been a member of
the Painters Union Local 42 for
60 years and Mrs. Stoffer sold
real estate for Miller Brothers
Realty, Oak Park, for 20 years.
The Stoffers were members of
B'nai B'rith and Mrs. Stoffer
was active in Hadassah.
The couple participates in
activities at the Oak Park
Community Center and
attends concerts in the park in
the summer.

The senior adult department
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch, announces its JPM
Woodcarvers group meets from
9 a.m. to noon daily at the
branch.
The film, Modern Times, will
be shown at the JPM assembly
hall at 2 p.m. Sunday, free of
charge.
Super Senior Fitness, under
the direction of Ada Ban-
dalene, meets 11 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at the
JPM Branch. All Center mem-
bers are welcome.
The Sinai Hospital Lecture
Series for senior adults will
present Dr. Michael Rosen at 1
p.m. Tuesday in the JPM as-
sembly hall. Dr. Rosen will
speak on "The Management of
Hypertension, Heart and
Cerebrovascular Problems."
Following the lecture, there
will be a nutrition consultation
and exercise workshop.
Sinai Hospital will conduct a
health screening for seniors
from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday in
room 10 of the JPM Branch.
The Erev Shabbos program
will meet at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 23
in Jaffe Hall of the JPM. Can-
tor Max Shimansky of Cong.

Beth Achim will entertain.
Senior adults will see a
dance presentation, "The Roar-
ing '20s," choreographed and
directed by Harriet Berg at 2
p.m. Jan. 25 in Jaffe Hall. The
program concludes the JPM's
month-long celebration of the
Center's 60th anniversary.
There is a charge.

Scrabble Game
Due For Seniors

A Scrabble game for senior
adults will take place at 10
a.m. Monday in room 239 at
the main Jewish Community
Center. Tables, chairs and re-
freshments will be provided.
Following luncheon, there
will be a program at 1 p.m. For
information, call Judy Sam-
son, program development,
senior adult department; 661-
1000 or 967-4030.
Estelle Nelson, a former lib-
rarian, will review Crescent
City by Belva Plain at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Henry and
Delia Meyers Memorial Li-
brary at the main Jewish Cen-
ter. All are invited, free of
charge.

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