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February 03, 1989 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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I SYNAGOGUES Immimm ■ ilm

Ask The People Who Know

Bais Chabad
Melava Malkah

Bais Chabad Torah Center
will hold a melava malkah
and siyum horambam at the
cneter at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 11.
The evening will include a
musical program led by
Marty Goodman and Sarah
and Ben Zion Rosen and a
commemorative program to
mark the yearly completion of
the works of Rambam. Dinner
will be served. There is a
charge.
For information, call Linda
Kellert, 626-3106; or Andrea
Stawis, 851-6742.

"Quiet and relaxing,
but never boring..."

You don't reach a certain
age and suddenly sit around
and do nothing. We like to
keep busy. So before we moved to Franklin Club
Apartments, we looked around for a place that
offered a lot of services and activities. Franklin
Club was the only one that met our needs.
If you're looking for a place that's quiet but still
interesting, call 353-2810 to arrange a tour and
complimentary lunch.

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CLUB APARTMENTS

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Southfield, Michigan 48034
(313) 353-2810

Norman Roman

Shir Tikvah
Benefit Auction

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1989

Talmud Writers
Topic Of Talk

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the first of four talks on
the theme "Who Wrote the
Talmud?" at 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day. He will discuss "The
Triumph of the Rabbis."
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
477-1410.

From the moment
it's received
to every single moment
thereafter, fine jewelry
lets your loved one
know exactly how you feel.

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Congregation Shir Tikvah
will hold its first annual
benefit auction at 8 p.m.
March 4 at Northminster
Presbyterian Church in Troy.
The event will feature a silent
auction of goods and services
donated by local merchants
and a live auction of addi-
tional items and donations
from members of the
congregation.
Proceeds from the auction
will be used to suport con-
gregational activities and
benefit local non-denomina-
tional charities including
HAVEN (Help Against
Violent Encounters Now), an
Oakland County shelter for
victims of domestic violence
and sexual abuse, and Opera-
tion Open Arms, a shelter for
orphaned and homeless
children in Detroit.
There is a charge. Advance
tickets may be reserved by
telephone (for pick-up at the
auction) by calling Neil
Hirsch, 879-8761, or Marla
Scafe, 375-0778.

American
Red Cross

Rabbi Norman T. Roman of
Temple Kol Ami will repre-
sent Detroit on the United
Jewish Appeals's annual Rab-
binic Cabinet Mission to
Europe and Israel, Feb. 12-23.
Rabbis from across the
country will participate in

the mission, which will in-
clude a visit to a transient
camp for Soviet Jews, where
refuseniks reside while
awaiting visas to the United
States.
Participants also will see
old Jewish Rome and sites in
Romania, including Bucha-
rest and Moldavia. From
Europe, participants will tour
Israel for five days.

Livonia Holds
Installation

The Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation will install new of-
ficers and trustees following
services at 8 p.m. today. Rab-
bi Martin Gordon and
Nathan Fine will conduct the
installation.
New officers are president
— Milton Goldman; first vice
president — David Gross; se-
cond vice president and ad-
ministrator — Bill Offerman;
treasurer — Phyllis Lewko-
wicz; recording secretary —
Phyllis Joyce Scherman; cor-
responding secretary — San-
dra Millman; four-year
trustees — Barry Sherman
and Albert Shapiro.

N EWS t i•••••••E

Bonds Sets
Sales Record

New York (JTA) — The
State of Israel Bonds
Organization raised more
than $631 million in cash for
Israel's economic develop-
ment in 1988, the best year in
the campaign's 38-year
history, according to David
Hermelin, international
chairman and Julian
Venezky, chairman of the
board of the organization.
Bond sales in 1988 exceed-
ed by $27 million those of
1987. It was also the fourth
consecutive record-breaking
year for the Bonds
organization.

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