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October 14, 1988 - Image 135

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LOCAL NEWS

Tax, Women Seminars
At Charities Meeting

A report on the state of the
community's resources and
recognition of contributors
will take place at the United
Jewish Charities annual
meeting noon Nov. 7 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The meeting will feature
keynote speaker Morton L.
Mandel and a report by UJC
President Samuel Frankel.

Morton Mandel

Certificates will be given to
those who have helped
strengthen human services
through the creation of per-
manent funds through the
Federated Endowment Fund.
A resident of Cleveland,
Mandel is a former president
of the Council of Jewish
Federations and of JWB, the
parent body of Jewish com-
munity centers. He serves on
the board of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Israel, and has chaired
its committee on Jewish
education.
In conjunction with the an-

nual meeting, United Jewish
Charities has planned two
other events on Nov. 7.
The annual Tax Institute
will feature attorney Allan B.
Cutrow, 2:30-4:30 p.m., and
the Federated Endowment
Fund's Women's Educational
Seminar will feature attorney
Stanley M. Weingarden, who
will speak on "Estate Plann-
ing: The Continuing Story,"
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Weingarden is a former
chairman of the Detroit Bar
Association's Taxation Com-
mittee. He is a vice chairman
of the Federated Endowment
Fund and has co-chaired its
professional advisory commit-
tee for several years.
The Tax Institute is an
educational service to an-
nountants, attorneys and
financial planners in the
community.
Cutrow, president of the
Jewish Community Founda-
tion of the Greater Los
Angeles Jewish Federation
Council, will speak on
"Charitable Planning in To-
day's Environment: Maximiz-
ing Your Tax Benefits." A
CPA, Cutrow holds a Masters
in Business Taxation. He
specializes in estate planning,
probate administration,
charitable giving, and exempt
organizations and private
foundations.
A reception will follow the
Institute.
There is a fee for each of the
events and separate registra-
tion is required. For informa-
tion, call the Federated En-
dowment Fund, 965-3939.

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Gitelman To Moderate
Intra-Jewish Dialogue

Dr. Zvi Gitelman, professor
of political science at the
University of Michigan, will
be the moderator and discus-
sion leader at a major intra-
Jewish dialogue at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center, on Oct. 26 at
7:30 p.m. in Shiffman Hall.

The public forum will pre-
sent seven rabbis represen-
ting Orthodox, Conservative,
Reform and secular consti-
tuencies. They are: Rabbi
• Elimelech Goldberg, Young
Israel, Southfield; Rabbi
Allan Meyerowitz, B'nai
Moshe; Rabbi David A.
Nelson, Congregation Beth
Shalom; Rabbi Daniel Polish,
Temple Beth El; Rabbi Lane
Steinger, Temple Emanu-El;
Rabbi Alon 'Iblwin, Aleynu;

Rabbi Sherwin Wine, Bir-
mingham Temple.
Formerly the director of the
Center for Russian and East
European Studies at U. of M.,
he held posts at Columbia
University, YIVO Institute
for Jewish Research, City Col-
lege of New York and Tel Aviv
University.
The co-chairmen of the
intra-Jewish dialogue are
Lauren Liss and Robert
Weiss.
The Jewish Community
Center and The Jewish News
are co-sponsors.
The public is invited at no
charge. There will be continu-
ing discussion and
refreshments following the
formal program. For informa-
tion, call the AJC office,
965-3353.

Make Your Presents Known
In GIFTS

Chanukah's early this year. And well before the first candles
are kindled, The Jewish News' new, colorful, glossy Gift
magazine will be in our readers' hands, giving them an
opportunity to pick and choose from an array of gift ideas
offered by the area's best retailers . . . including you!

Mailed separately to all Jewish News subscribers, GIFTS is
a one-stop catalogue of buying information. And your FREE,
50-word listing in our special easy-to-use directory will give
your advertising added clout.

But don't delay! The advertising deadline is right now! For
additional information and rates, contact your Jewish News
account executive or Adrian Williams at 354-6060.

Issue Date: Week of November 7

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