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November 18, 1988 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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Jerome Soble, center, accepts the gavel for the chairmanship of Metro
Detroit Israel Bonds. Pictured with him are Douglas Schubot, left, and
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chairman of Israel Bonds
Detroit.

Active in the art communi-
ty as a bronze portrait
sculptor and a registered
pharmacist for the past 37
years, Soble has been a
member of Congregation
B'nai David since 1958 and
has held every congregational
office, including that of
president.
He is a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the
Jewish Community Center
and serves as cultural arts
chairman of that institution.
He is an active member of
B'nai B'rith Marshall-
Suburban-Tikvah Lodge and
is a past chairman of the
Allied Jewish Campaign
Pharmacists Division.

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at 12 Mile • Franklin Plaza

More than 100 guests at-
tended a special dinner and
gavel-passing ceremony held
in the Bingham Farms home
of David B. Hermelin, inter-
national campaign chairman
of State of Israel Bonds, and
saw Douglas A. Schubot of
Franklin, Metro Detroit
Israel Bonds general chair-
man for the past three years,
turn over his leadership role
to Jerome Soble of Orchard
Lake, long-time member of
the local Bonds executive
board.
In appreciation for his
"outstanding service on
behalf of State of Israel
Bonds," Schubot was
presented with Israel's
Jerusalem Award.
Soble was most recently
campaign cash collection

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NCSY
Plans Events

The senior chapter of the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth will hold its
annual trip to the Laseria
light and sound show at the
Cranbrook Museum of
Science 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
After the program, par-
ticipants will gather at the
home of chapter advisor,
Chayla Pesis, for a kumzitz
and pizza party.
For reservations, call Joey
Selesny, 354-3494. The activi-
ty is open to all Jewish
teenagers 9th-12th grades.
NCSY will attend the
Miami Boys CHoir sponsored
by Machon Mbrah on Dec.

10. For reservations, call
Chayla Pesis, 968-0719.
The Junior NCSY for
students grades 5-8 will hold
a Chanukah party Dec. 3 at
the home of adviser Rachel
Paholak. The film "ET" will
be shown. For information,
contact Rachel, 559-2127.
The Yachad Program for the
Developmentally Disabled
will hold its annual
Chanukah program at 6:30
p.m. Dec. 8 at Young Israel of
Greenfield.
Developmentally disabled
participants will learn about
lighting Chanukah candles
and prepare Chanukah
delicacies.
For information, contact
Shayndee Lasson, 968-5958.

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