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April 01, 1988 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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Marsha Gotman and Leonard Black

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Dr. and Mrs. Abraham G.
Gotman of West Bloomfield
are pleased to announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Marsha Lynne, of
Toronto, Canada, to Leonard
Simon Black, son of Mr.
Harold Black and the late
Mrs. Esther Black.

Miss Gotman is presently
an undergraduate student at
the University of Toronto. Her
fiance is a graduate of York
University and is currently a
sales manager at an office
supply firm in 'Ibronto.

A July wedding is planned.

LOCAL NEWS

Remembrance Event
Planned For April 19

Each year, on the day before
Yom Haatzmaut, the Jewish
nation remembers its sons
and daughters who gave their
lives in the wars for Israel.
In Israel a siren is sounded
for one minute on the morn-
ing of Yom Hazikaron, mark-
ing the beginning of the
Memorial Day. Flags are
lowered at half mast, traffic
halts, and all activity ceases.
Mothers and fathers, wives
and children, brothers and
sisters mourn their loved
ones.
At the end of the day, the
siren sounds once more. The
mourning ceases, flags are
again raised high, and the
celebration of Yom Haatz-
maut commences.
Following this tradition the
Jewish community of Detroit
will commemorate Yom
Hazikaron with a commun-
ity-wide ceremony on April 19
at 7:30 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. Jewish
organizations are co-
sponsoring the memorial
ceremony. The community is

invited. Chairmen for this
event are: Shula Fleischer,
Eve Kraus and Annette
Meskin.

Child Workshop
Is Scheduled

"Motivation, Organization
and Study Skills," a workshop
for parents and professionals
of children with learning
problems will be held at 7:30
p.m. April 11 at Beverly
Elementary School, 18305
Beverly, Beverly Hills.
Dr. Janet Rosen, an educa-
tional specialist at Detroit
County Day School and direc-
tor of learning-plus, will be
the speaker.
This workshop is sponsored
by the Birmingham-
Bloomfield-Southfield
chapter of the Michigan
Association for Children and
Adults with Learning
Disabilities. There is no
charge, and the workshop is
open to the publics For reser-
vations, call Patricia Lustig,
350-3443.

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