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August 25, 1989 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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LOCAL NEWS

CONGREGATION BAIS CHABAD
OF FARMINGTON HILLS

TEMPLE ISINEL

We Offer
Spiritual Growth ...
That Grows With
Your Child

Temple Israel invites you to see for yourself why
children remain with us through high school
graduation; why our confirmation classes are
large — often more than 100 students; why our
students are committed to their faith, their
culture, and their people.

If we are your Temple of choice, it is our
long standing tradition to make it possi-
ble for every family to belong.

For additional information about our Temple,
our school and our programs, please contact
Eva Shapiro, Temple Administrator at 661-5700.

Our Clergy

Rabbi Syme

Rabbi Loss

32000 Middlebelt Rd.
Invites Jewish men and women with
open minds, a willingness to learn and
dispositions to enjoy, to our deluxe Sun-
day morning Brunch and Lecture
series entitled:

"CURRENT AFFAIRS -
THE TORAH VIEW"

An in-depth focus on Jewish and world
affairs, as well as timely lectures by ex-
perts in Jewish Liturgy, Halachic
specialties, Torah-science and ethics.

BRUNCH FOLLOWS MINYAN LECTURE BEGINS
AT 10:30 A.M.
AT 9:45 A.M.

We look forward to
your joining with us,

Sincerely,
Rabbi Chaim M. Bergstein

SPECIAL EVENT COMMITTEE
Gustav Berenholcz
Avi Benaderet
Salman Grand

For maximum liquidity,
security and a high rate of
return, consider our money
market account. In addition
to earning the Donoghue
Average Rate, an index of the
nation's top brokerage money
market funds as published in
The Wall Street Journal, you'll
have convenient check writ-
ing privileges, the ability to
easily transfer funds and the
security of FDIC insurance up
to $100,000 per account. Call
for details today.

'Based on $35,000 minimum balance and the
Donoghue Average Rate on August 16, 1989. Ask
about our competitive rates for lower balances.
Rates subject to change without notice.

M IDWE S 1
GUARANTY , BANK

Rabbi Yedwab

Cantor Orbach

Please come to our
OPEN HOUSE
for prospective members
Friday, August 25
Services at 8:00 P.M.
Our Clergy looks forward to
meeting with you after services

TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd., W. Bloomfield

(313)661-5700

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1989

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Berry Fund
At Weizmann

At a recent cocktail recep-
tion hosted by Brod and Rolla
Doner, the Louis and Vivian
Berry Fund for Research in
Immunology was established
to enhance the study of
autoimmune disorders at the
Weizmann Institutd of
Science. Dr. Ofer Lider, a
biologist from the institute,
spoke about the diseases of
the immune system.
The Berrys will be honored
at the annual Weizmann din-
ner, to be held Sept. 7 at the
Hyatt Regency Hotel. The
proceeds of the dinner will be
designated toward the Berry
Fund.
Norman Pappas is general
chairman of the dinner with
the Doners acting as
Honorary Chairpersons. For
dinner information, call the
Weizmann office, 855-4112.

Cancer Society
Seeks Drivers

Volunteers from Oakland
county are needed by the
American Cancer Society to
transport cancer patients
short distances for treatment
at area hospitals.
Volunteers are needed Mon-
days through Fridays bet-
ween the hours of 8:30 a.m.
and 5 p.m. For information,
call Betty Alcox, 557-5353.

Nazi Invasion
To Be Marked

Representatives of the
Jewish and Polish com-
munities will join together at
noon on Thursday to mark
the 50th anniversary of the
Nazi invasion of Poland.
The dedication ceremony is
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Council in coopera-
tion with the Polish American
Congress, Michigan Division;
American Jewish Committee
and the City of Hamtramck.

Needlepoint
For Children

Needlepoint creativity can
start early at the Jewish
Community Center of Metro-
politan Detroit, Maple/Drake
Building, when Aline Corlin
is going to give needlepoint
instruction to students age 9
years and up. For more infor-
mation call the JCC at
661-1000, Ext. 335. The class
will be Mondays starting
Sept. 11 for 10 weeks.

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