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March 23, 1990 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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Wall Street can wait a year.
Law School can wait a year.
The Rat Race can wait a year.
BUT ISRAEL CAN'T WAIT!

community volunteer at
Kingswood Hospital,
where he is chairman of
the board, and at Henry
Ford Hospital. "I support
myself, while supporting
others."

TIDBITS

SPRING FASHIONS

The second annual
luncheon and fashion
show presented by the
Michigan Chapter
National Foundation for
Ileitis and Colitis will be
held at Fairlane Manor in
Dearborn on April 6.
Fashions are by Saks
Fifth Avenue. Margie
Reedy, WDIV-TV news
anchor, and Mary Ann
Mobley, former Miss
America, will be present.
Co-Chairs are Carol
Roberts and Liz Clark.
Some of the committee
members include: Faye
Bader, Ruth Chosid,
Jeanne Dubin, Reinart
Gelzayd, Mira Linder,
Debbie Mazer, Brenda
Pangborn, Lynn
Portnoy, and Dulcie
Rosenfeld.

PRETTY WOMAN

Gorman's recently held a
private screening of
Pretty Woman starring
Richard Gere and
Julia Roberts at the
Old Orchard Theater.
The set design features
furniture available at
Gorman's from Drexel-
Heritage. Some of the
crowd who enjoyed this
romantic comedy
included: hosts Muriel
and Bernie Moray, of
Gorman's, Fred and
Sally Marx, George
and Sherry Cantor,
Susan and Jeff
LaKritz, Robert and
Helen Siegel, Joel and
Laura Feldmesser.

ORT TALK

The Orchard Hills
chapter of ORT recently
held an interesting
meeting at the home of
Sue Lutz. Dr. Louis
Jones, a Harper-Grace
radiologist, spoke on
breast cancer. Some of
the informed members

OTZMA

included: Debbie Zager,
Elaine Herbst, Judy
Schneider, Bev
Phillips, and Janice
Shulman. ORT members
are already planning for
their donor luncheon on
August 15. ❑



(Now in its fifth year)

•It's a 10-month fellowship program in Israel for only $1,000.*
•It's travel, study, work and exploration.
•It's hard. It's fun. It's the best adventure you'll ever have.
•It's for outstanding young men and women, age 19-24.
•It's easy to find out more.

I LOCAL NEWS

Council Hosts
Lobenthal

For information, call one of these Otzma graduates:

Alysa Goldberg
EMU, 485-2495

Wendy Littky
MSU, (517) 332-2765

Lisa Kruman
U-M, 994-3979

or call

Yefet Ozery, Israel Program Center
6600 W. Maple Road • West Bloomfield, MI 48322 • (313) 661-5440
Deadline for registration, April 30, 1990

Richard Lobenthal:
Guest speaker

The B'nai B'rith Michigan
Regional Council will hold its
monthly delegates meeting at
7:30 p.m. March 28 at United
Hebrew Schools.
Richard Lobenthal, director
of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, will
be the featured speaker.
A reception will be held at
6:45 p.m. hosted by the Ac-
countants Unit.

*In Michigan, a project of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit. Funded by United Jewish Charities
in partnership with the Jewish Welfare Federation and the Jewish Agency for Israel.

HILLEL
DAY SCHOOL
32200 Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48018

LIMITED OPENINGS FOR ALL
ELIGIBLE STUDENTS ARE STILL
AVAILABLE FOR FALL, 1990,
KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST
GRADE.

Torah Scroll
Given To HMC

The Jewish War Veterans,
Department of Michigan, will
present a Torah to the
Holocaust Memorial Center
7:30 p.m. March 26 at the
Memorial Home.
The 200-year-old Torah, hid-
den from the Nazis when they
invaded Poland in 1939, was
recently discovered by Harry
Rapaport and was dedicated
to the Jewish War Veterans at
Brotherhood Night in
February.

Silverman-Detroit
To Meet Sunday

Silverman-Detroit Post 135
will meet March 25 at the
JWV Memorial Home. Break-
fast is at 9 a.m. followed by a
meeting and election of
officers.

If you are unable to pay the full tuition, we
would like to try to help. Please call the
bookkeeping office at 851-2394.

Please send me more information regarding Kindergarten and
First Grade at Hillel.

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