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May 12, 1989 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1989

Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper, right, affixes the mezuzah to the Mary and
Donald Samuels Haverim Home at the recent dedication ceremonies.
The home, the 11th Haverim Home operated by the Jewish Association
for Retarded Citizens, was made possible by Irving and Barbara
Nusbaum, center, and is named in memory of Mrs. Nusbaum's parents.
Cantor Ban-Zion Lanxner is at left.

Reception To Benefit
Ecumenical Institute

A reception will be held
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club on
behalf of the Ecumenical In-
stitute for Jewish-Christian
Sponsored by Helen and
Norman Cohen, the reception
will give supporters an oppor-
tunity to hear Rev. James R.
Lyons, executive director,
speak about the activities of
the institute.
The institute focuses on the
teachings of the Holocaust,
combats prejudice through
issues of religion and state
and seeks to develop united
action on behalf of Soviet
Jews and Christians.
institute offers
Holocaust Memorial Center

tours, a lending library and
resource facility, interfaith
classes for youth and adults,
dialogue groups for clergy
and a speakers bureau.
Harvey L. Weisberg is presi-
dent of the institute's board of
trustees; Father Alex J.
Brunett is vice president and
Richard Lobenthal is
secretary-treasurer. Trustees
include Lawrence Jackier,
Rev. Mark P. Jensen, Arnold
Michlin, Irving Nusbaum,
Rev. William Quick, Marjorie
S. Saulson, Judge John H.
Shepherd, Charles Soberman,
Frank Stella and Paul van
dan Muysenberg.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the institute,

Daniel Syme To Speak
At JNF Lansing Event

Faylene and Larry Owen
will be honored by the Jewish
National Fund on Wednesday.
Mrs. Owen is president/CEO
of Mica Consulting Corp.
Owen, an attorney, is a senior
partner of Miller, Canfield,
Paddock and Stone. The event
will begin at 6 p.m. at the
Sheraton Inn in Lansing.
Chairmen Gov. James J.
Blanchard, Lt. Gov. Martha
W. Griffiths and Attorney
General Frank J. Kelley, an-
nounce that Rabbi Daniel B.
Syme, vice president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will be the
guest speaker. Rabbi Syme
oversees the union's programs
of outreach, education, televi-
sion and film production, the
Task Force on Youth Suicide
as well as the UAHC Fund for
Reform Judaism.

Rabbi Daniel Syme

Jewish National Fund's
highest honor, the Tree of Life
Award, will be presented to
the couple.

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