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April 22, 1988 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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STOREWIDE SALE
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Plus Many as Much as 70% and 80% OFF
3 Days Only
Fri. Apr. 22, Sat. Apr. 23, Sun. Apr. 24

For Example:

SET OF SNACK TABLES

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Reg. $165.

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Detroiters attending the tenth annual national leadership conferences of
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith were, front row, from left:
Charles Soberman, Linda Soberman, Michael Traison, Robert Gordon
and Marvin Rappaport; and back row, Robert Starkman.

When You're
Pregnant,

Windsor JNF Cites Freed

of - Greater Windsor. Freed
was recently honored as man
of the year for Israel Bonds in
Southern Florida. He is cur-
rently the chairman of the
Windsor and Essex County
Development Commission, as
well as an active board ,
member of Heritage Windsor
and the University of Wind-
sor Development Campaign.
The funds raised from this
Negev Tribute will help fur-
ther the creation of Galil
Canada, a development of 18
settlements in the northern
part of Israel.

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FRIDAY APRIL 22 1988

Gerald Freed.

The Windsor Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council will
honor Gerald Freed with the
JNF Negev Tribute at a din-
ner on June 22.
Freed is a graduate of the
I.L. Peretz School and the
University of Windsor.
In his early career he was
president of the Ottawa
Street Merchants Associa-
tion, chairman of the retail
division of the Windsor
Chamber of Commerce and
subsequently became the first
Jewish president of the Wind-
sor Chamber of Commerce.
He was three times chair-
man of the Windsor United
Jewish Appeal Campaign
and, thereafter, became the
youngest president of the
Windsor Jewish Community
Council in 1970. He served as
chairman of the I.L. Peretz
Senior Citizen Home
Building Campaign as well as
the first chairman of cor-
porate fund raising for the
Art Gallery of Windsor.
He was the first Jewish
Chairman of the United Way

`Charity Ball'
Aids Hospice

The Hospice Foundation of
Southeastern Michigan will
have its third annual charity
ball April 30 in the Mackinac
Ballroom of the Westin Hotel.
Proceeds from the evening
will benefit Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan's
(HSEM) patient care
programs.
Among those planning for
this event are: Michele
Chulick; Evelyn Liberman,
Hospice Foundation presi-
dent; Morton Plotnick; Rabbi
Norman Roman, Norma
Silver, H. Arthur Sugarman
and Dr. Joel E. Weingarten.
Prior to its inception, a
feasibility study for the
development of this hospice
program was funded by
United Community Services
and United Jewish Charities.
In 1980, HSEM was founded
as a not-for-profit corporation
designed as an alternative to
traditional medical care for
the terminally ill. HSEM has
more than 500 (combined)
professionals and volunteers
trained to address the
physical, emotional, social

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