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September 11, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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I SYNAGOGUES

YOUNG VARIETY CLUB OF DETROIT

announces their

FALLJWINTER PURSE & ACCESSORY SALE
MONDAY, SEPT. 14TH — 6:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.

Great Jewelry • Purses • Sweats • Gift Items • Kids Stuff
— ALL DISCOUNTED —
Lancaster Hills Clubhouse

29235 Lancaster Drive, 1 Block E. of Telegraph, N. side of 12 Mile

The honor of your presence is cordially requested
at the presentation of the

Distinguished Community Service Award
of the Anti-Defamation League

to

Alfred R. Glancy, III

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Michigan Consolidated Gas Company

at a Reception
in his honor

Monday _
September 21, 1987

6 p.m.

(R.S.V.P.)

Couvert $150 per person
$1,500 per table of ten

— There will be no solicitation of funds —

The Westin Hotel
Renaissance Center
Detroit, Michigan

Tribute Chair
THE HONORABLE DAMON J. KEITH

United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

PAUL BORMAN

Co-Chairs
DAVID LAWRENCE, JR.

Borman's Inc.

The Detroit Free Press

HON. RICHARD H. AUSTIN
HON. JAMES J. BLANCHARD
HON. MARTHA W GRIFFITHS

Honorary Co-Chairs
HON. CARL LEVIN
HON. EDWARD H. McNAMARA
HON. DANIEL T. MURPHY

AMY S. McCOMBS

WDIV-TV 4

HON. DONALD W RIEGLE, JR.
HON. MARK A STEENBERGH
HON. COLEMAN A YOUNG

Tribute Committee'
Richard P Kughn
Dr. Conrad L. Giles
E. L. Cox
David B. Lewis
Dr. William T. Cunningham
Alan L. Gilman
Stuart M. Lockman
Lawrence P Doss
Barry J. Goodman
Wafter J. McCarthy, Jr.
Robert B. Evans
Robert J. Gordon
Bruce McIntyre
Gerald Greenwald
Charles T. Fisher, III
James H. McNeal, Jr.
David Handleman
Max M. Esher
Philip J. Meathe
William Clay Ford
Robert W Holmes, Sr.
Sylvia Gershenson-Sloman Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.
Thomas S. Monaghan
Lee A Iacocca

Nicholas A Abraham
Dr. David Adamany
James A Aliber
Charles E. Allen
Peter M. Atter
Beverly A Bettaire
Owen Bieber
Elaine Block-Victor
W. Michael Blumenthal

Peter W. Stroh
J. Mason Reynolds
S. Martin Taylor
Dean E. Richardson
Alan Teitel
Skip Roberts
Charles M. Trubac
Jack Robinson
Alan E. Schwartz
Richard C. Van Dusen
William PVititoe
Dr. John E. Shay. Jr.
Dr. Harold K. Skramstod, Jr. James H. Wineman
Roger B. Smith Stanley J. Winkelman
Frank D. Stella

Linda Soberman
Tribute Coodinotor

Committee in formation'

THE MICHIGAN ADL REGIONAL BOARD

ROBERT J. GORDON
President
NORMAN H. BEITNER DEENA. LOCKMAN GEORGE M. NYMAN DAVID WALLACE LINDA SOBERMAN
Vice Presidents
RICHARD H. LOBENTHAL • CARLA E. MINTZ
DOROTHY GOTTLIEB
Regional Director
Assistant Director
Assistant Director Society of Fellows

For further information: (313) 355-3730

44

FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1987

A scene from "The Light Ahead," a Yiddish film based on the works of
Mendele Mocher S'forim.

Yiddish Film Precedes
S-Z Selichot Service

A Yiddish film based on two
stories by the Yiddish author
Mendele Mocher S'forim, will
precede the Selichot service
at 9:30 p.m. Sept. 19 in the
Morris Adler Hall at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

The Light Ahead, produced
in 1939, offers the viewer an
insight into shtetl life of ear-
ly 20th Century Russia and
Poland.

There will be a coffee hour
at the conclusion of the film.
The Selichot service will be
chanted by Cantor Chaim Na-
jman and the synagogue
choir, directed by Eugene
Zweig. The service will be
conducted by Rabbi Irwin
Groner and Rabbi William
Gershon. The public is invited
to attend both the film show-
ing and the service at no
charge.

Holiday Bond Appeal

regional
Seventeen
synagogues will participate
in the annual High Holiday
Appeals for State of Israel
Bonds during services this
year, announces Max Sosin,
synagogues activities chair-
man for Metro Detroit.
This year's holiday Bond
appeal will commemorate the
20th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem
during the Six-Day War of
1967.
Synagogues which will take
part in the holiday Bond ef-
fort include: Adat Shalom,
B'nai David, B'nai Moshe,
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses,
Beth Achim, Beth Shalom,
Beth Tefilo Emanual Tikvah,
Shaarey Shomayim, Shomrey
Emunah, Temple Israel,
Young Israel of Greenfield,
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
Young Israel of Southfield,
Beth Israel in Flint, Etz
Chayim, Temple B'nai Israel
and Temple Shomer Emunim
in Toledo.
Sosin reported that special
emphasis is being placed this
year by rabbis and other
synagogue leaders who will

be conducting Bond appeals
on the new Individual
Variable Rate Issue (IVRI)
Bond, a $5,000-minimum
Israel security.
IVRI Bond interest is a base
rate of 5 percent plus half the
difference to the average
prime rate as determined by
three major U.S. banks. The
IVRI Bond is available in
denominations of $2,000 for
IRA accounts only.

B'nai Moshe
Dinner Nears

-
The paid-up membership
dinner of the Sisterhood and
Men's Club of Cong. B'nai
Moshe will be held Wednes-
day at 6 p.m. in the
synagogue social hall.
The evening will feature
entertainment by "The Mrs.
Three." The members of the
group are Mayme Lawson,
Florence Karabenick and
Miriam Zacks. Their perfor-
mance will trace the history
of Jewish composers.
Guests are invited at a
charge. Reservations must be
made by Sunday.

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