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September 09, 1988 - Image 173

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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YEAR IN REVIEW

We wish our family and friends a very
healthy, happy and prosperous
ALTO New Year.

aim PURCHASERS

David
Rosenman

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Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

EVA & PHILIPP WIMMER
& FAMILY

12.11D11

Tva

to all
our friends
and relatives.

MR. & MRS.
WILLIAM WEISBERGER

r AMERICAN
CANCER

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Help us keep winning.

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Wishing You
and Yours
A Very Happy
and Healthy
New Year

GLASSMAN OLDS/SAAB

28000 Telegraph

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9.1988

Soviet immigrants mark the New Year in their new
land, celebrating their freedom at a party at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park . . . Detroit joins 150 American Jewish
communities in Super Sunday solicitations for the
Allied Jewish Campaign and United Jewish Appeal
. . . Samuel Lerner, executive director of the Jewish
Family Service for the past 25 years, announces his
retirement.

FEBRUARY
48th District Judge Bernard Friedman is ap-
pointed U.S. district judge by President Reagan .. .
More than 100 Detroit area residents participate in
a local fast to muster support Yuli Kosharovsky, the
refusenik who has waited longer than any other
Soviet Jew for permission to emigrate . . . Mother
Waddles' Perpetual Mission in Detroit receives a
check for $10,000 from Mazon — a Jewish Response
to Hunger . . . About 400 students and faculty
members pack an assembly hall at Michigan State
University for a forum aimed at combatting cam-
pus anti-Semitism.

MARCH
Kitty Dukakis, Jewish wife of presidential
hopeful Gov. Michael Dukakis, tours the Holocaust
Memorial Center in West Bloomfield during her
campaign within the Jewish community of
metropolitan Detroit . . . Detroit's WWJ Radio sends
a news team to Israel to beam 20 hours of live broad-
casts from the Jewish state . . . Palestinian sym-
pathizers stage a mock funeral procession in Detroit,
protesting Israel's handling of Arab demonstrators
in the administered territories . . . The Michigan
Department of Agriculture designates its Southfield
office to receive complaints about kosher products
from the public.

STRAWBERRY HILLS

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Detroit

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NINO SALVAGGIO

Southfield

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354-3300

APRIL
Detroit families of olim (immigrants to Israel)
are now able to apply to the Hebrew Free Loan
Association for a sum to cover emergencies .. .
Students at the University of Michigan hold. an all-
night vigil for Soviet Jews and conduct a half-hour
Holocaust memorial service at midnight . . . B'nai
Israel of West Bloomfield announces plans to build
a classroom wing in order to expand its Hebrew
school classes into a full United Hebrew School
branch . . . Members of the Council of Orthodox Rab-
bis of Greater Detroit meet with Carl Levin (D-Mich.)
to discuss a letter drafted by Levin and signed by
30 long-time supporters of Israel.

MAY
Shir Shalom, a new Reform temple, forms with
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz at the helm . . . Jewish Com-
munity Council President Leon Cohan steps down
after three years in office . . . Jewish Federation
Apartments receives a $7.1 million commitment
from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development to construct 150 apartments in Oak
Park . . . Michigan Gov. James Blanchard proposes
cutbacks in the 1988-1989 state budget that could
force the Jewish Home for Aged to reduce its number
of beds and services and sell one of its three facilities.

JUNE
Anticipating a $120,000 shortfall between its
1988-1989 budget and its allocation from the Jewish

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