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March 24, 1989 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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LOCAL NEWS

A BRILLIANT IDEA

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Hillel Honors
Sadie Cohn

Sadie Cohn, longtime sup-
porter of Jewish education,
will be honored by Hillel Day
School at its annual dinner to
be held May 10 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, announc-
ed Barbra Chaitin, Martin
Gene and Sonia Pone, general
chairmen.
Mrs. Cohn, with her late
husband, Irwin, were benefac-

DIAMONDS
IN THE MOST CLASSIC WAY
. . . ELEGANT!

with. Rabbi Moshe Schwab
are the leaders of the 15-year-
old Kollel, a center for
talmudic research and
scholarship.
The graduates of the Kollel
have accepted leadership
roles in Jewish education, the
rabbinate and community
service in Detroit, throughout
the U.S. and in Israel.
Rabbi Irons is a nationally
recognized talmudist.
The community-wide meet-
ing will take place Tuesday at
8:30 p.m. in the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Phillip Friedman,
17295 Sherfield, Southfield.
Rabbi Shlomo Diamond, a
graduate of the Kollel and
presently a dean at the
Sephardic Institute of Deal,
N.J., will address the
gathering.

Svetlana's Kin
Arrive In Israel

STAFF REPORT

Sadie Cohn

tors of Hillel Day School,
B'nai B'rith, Detroit
Children's Home and the
Denver League Hadassah.
Special guest speaker at
Hillel's dinner will be Dennis
Prager. Larry Jackier will
speak at the sponsor's event
on April 4 in the home of
Marlene and Paul Borman.
For information, call Marcia
Fishman, executive director,
851-2394.

Chocolate Fest
In Ann Arbor

The
fifth
annual
"Chocolate Extravaganza"
sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Hadassah will be held April
2 at the Berkshire Hilton,
Ann Arbor.
Admission will include a
sample of more than 20 ex-
hibitors' chocolate confec-
tions, cakes, pastries, ice
creams and other chocolate
treats. The event will feature
cooking demonstrations.
There will be two sessions:
noon-2 p.m. and 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Tickets will be available at
the door.
For information, call the
Chocolate Hotline, 994-4560.

Kollel Honors
Rabbi lrorns

The Kollel Institute of
Detroit will host a
community-wide meeting to
honor Rabbi Shmuel Irons
with the "Harbarzas Torah
Award."
Rabbi Irons in conjunction

T

he family of Svetlana
Braun arrived in Is-
rael from the Soviet
Union last week. Ilya and
Izabella Shteingardt, and
Svetlana's teenage sister,
Zhanna, arrived in Jerusalem
after years of being refused
permission to emigrate.
Svetlana has been in
Detroit since November 1987,
after a highly publicized
three-year effort by her hus-
band Keith to win approval
for • her emigration to the
United States.
Braun expects the Shte-
ingardts to have an easy ad-
jusment to Israeli life. "The
family are observant Jews
and studied under Iliya
Essas" in the Soviet Union,
Braun said. The Shteingardts
speak Hebrew and are being
helped by the Orthodox
Jewish community in
Jerusalem. They are staying
in a hotel until their apart-
ment is ready April 1.

Freedom Seder
Is Scheduled

The Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee of the Jewish Community
Council will hold a Freedom
Seder for Soviet Jewry on
April 9 at 6 p.m. at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
This community-wide event
involves the participants in
the readings from a specially
prepared Haggadah. Each
part of the seder is related to
the lives of refuseniks in an
oppressed environment.
The seder will emphasize
that, while the steps taken in
the Soviet Union are to be ap-
plauded, no Jew is truly free
until all Jews are free.

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& Gifts

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 11

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