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August 19, 1988 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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COATS
UNLIMITED

FOREIGN

Stetting Heights
Sterling Place
3 7680 Van Dyke at 16 1/2 Mile
939-0700

DOMESTIC

Maxie Collision, Inc.

Oak Park
Lincoln Center, Greenfield at 10 , h Mile
968-2060

32581 Northwestern Highway, Farmington Hills, MI 48018
(313) 737-7122
JIM FLEISCHER

West Bloomfield
Orchard Mall, Orchard Lake
at Maple (15 Mile) • 855-9955

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AUGUST 20 thru 27

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Limited Quantities. No Rainchecks.

Most Complete quality Cookshops.

REDFORD
Main Location/
Warehouse
26770 Grand River
537-1300

ROCHESTER
Great Oaks Mall
N.E. corner
Walton at Livernois
652-0402

WEST BLOOMFIELD
Orchard Mall
N.E. corner
Maple & Orchard Lake
855-4466

Call for Cooking Class Schedule 537 1300.

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18 FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1988

With her husband and
Emma Lazaroff-Schaver
daughter, Mrs. Kurtzman
will host a reception on Sun-
walked through Russia after
day at her Southfield home in
the Communist revolution to
celebration of Rachel Kurtz-
get to the United States.
man's 100th birthday.
Her Chassidic background
The small group of friends
and religious education led to
who will gather to honor this
her close association with the
remarkable centenarian in-
Chabad-Lubavitch movement
cludes Sam Rothberg of
in Michigan. From the begin-
Peoria, Ill. David Hermelin,
nings of the movement here
Jack. Shenkman and other
in 1958, Mrs. Kurtzman has
communal activists who have
been one of its foremost
established a scholarship
supporters.
fund in Mrs. Kurtzman's
She started out by collec-
honor. The fund benefits the
ting small cash donations.
Lubavitch Foundation, and
She spearheaded a drive to
provides scholarships in
establish a clinic at K'far
Jewish education for needy
Chabad — the Lubavitch
children.
town near Tel Aviv.
"Rachel's gentleness and
She was a member of
motherly compassion belie
Pioneer Women/Na'amat, is
her mental acuity," said Mrs.
one of the first Israel Bonds
Lazaroff-Schaver. "Her in-
"Women of Valor" award win-
telligence right now is ab-
ners in Detroit, and is a life
solutely undiminished. She is
member of Jewish National
refined, cultured and highly-
Fund and the Jewish Home
educated; intellectually, she
is as sharp as a tack, and over , for Aged Auxiliary. She also
has worked on behalf of Bar-
the years, her advice and
Ilan University.
counsel have been invaluable.

Synagogue Will Host
Detroit Jewish Aged

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WAREHOUSE SALE



Reception Will Mark
Rachel Kurtzman 100th



Congregation B'nai Israel
of West Bloomfield will host
participants of Project
Outreach for lunch and a pro-
gram on Wednesday.
Project Outreach is an
eight-year-old program spon-
sored by the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Elderly Jewish
residents within the city of
Detroit are bused to a subur-
ban location for lunch and
Yiddishkeit.
Following lunch on Wednes-

day, Rabbi Sherman P. Kir-
shner will lead the Birkat
Hamazon and a short pro-
gram. The Ibrah will be
taken from the ark for the
senior citizens to touch.
Before they leave, the par-
ticipants will receive parcels
that include cookies, napkins
and kosher dinner rolls.
The luncheon will be hosted
by the B'nai Israel
Sisterhood.

Free Press Writer
To Discuss Israel Dip

The Detroit chapter of the
American Jewish Committee
and Temple Emanu-El will
host a forum on Israel featur-
ing Mariusz Ziomecki, Detroit
Free Press editorial writer,
7:45 p.m. Aug. 31 at the
temple.
Ziomecki recently spent 10
days touring Israel and sur-
rounding areas. The
American Jewish Committee
provided logistical assistance
for the trip, which was financ-
ed by the Free Press.
Ziomecki and his wife, Ewa,
correspondent for the Ham-
tramck Citizen, paricipated in
the Solidarity Movement in
Poland before coming to the
United States.

Rabbi Lane Steinger of
Temple Emanu-El and David
Jaffe, president of the Detroit
Chapter, AJCommittee, will
preside at the meeting. The
public is invited at no charge.
A discussion period will
follow the talk.

Uprising Is
ZOA Topic

Paul Flacks, executive vice
president of the Zionist
Organization of America, will
address the Einstein Lunch-
eon Forum noon Tuesday at
Southfield Charley's
restaurant.
assess
will
Flacks

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