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September 11, 1992 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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LOCAL NEWS

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Israel Bonds Honors
Brant and Brown

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OUR FALL HOME ISSUE

Our new fall home issue will be
entering 60,000 of the area's affluent
households the week of:

Blanche Brant and Helen
Brown will be the guests of
honor at the 31st Annual
B'nai David State of Israel
Bonds Tribute Dinner at 6
p.m. Sept. 13, at the
synagogue.
At the dinner, which also
will celebrate the 25th an-
niversary of the reunification
of Jerusalem, Ms. Brant and
Ms. Brown will each receive
the "Jerusalem City of Peace"
award for their dedication to
the synagogue, the communi-
ty and the State of Israel.
Ms. Brant has served on the
synagogue's executive board
of directors and completed
three terms as sisterhood
president. She has served in
Women's American ORT on a
local and regional level and
has received national recogni-

OCTOBER 12, 1992
Why don't you join us?

Advertising Deadline: September 14

Blanche Brant

for more information please contact
your account executive or
Lisa Marks at (313) 354-6060.

STYLE

magazine

The Right People At The Right Times . . . For The Right Price

Published by The Jewish News

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FRIDAY SEPTEMRER 11 MP

tion for her work on ORT's ex-
pansion program. In addition,
Ms. Brant is involved with
B'nai B'rith, Hadassah,
Jewish Home for Aged,
Mogen David Adorn, Pioneer

Helen Brown

Women, Yad Ezra, JARC and
the Holocaust Memorial
Center.
Ms. Brown is a member of
the synagogue's board o <
directors and has served the
sisterhood, including four
years as president. Ms. Brown
also is affiliated with the
Holocaust Memorial Center,
National Council of Jewish
Women, Women's American)
ORT, Sinai Hospital Guild,
B'nai B'rith and Yad Ezra.- \
Both Ms. Brown and Ms.
Brant co-chaired B'naj
David's centennial anniver-
sary celebration. The two ,
women are members of the
synagogue's new building
steering committee and have
served on the congregation's
Israel Bonds Dinner
Committees.
For dinner information or
reservations, call the Israel
Bond office, 352-6555.

Hearing Loss
Groups At JCC

The Jewish Community
Center offers day and evening
meetings of its Hearing Loss
Support Group. This group is
open to the public with a
charge for non-members of
the Center. Meetings at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
building will be 10 a.m. Sept.
11 and 25. The Sept. 11 topic
will focus on the use of the
Text Telephone and Michigan
Relay System, as well as a
discussion of Self-Help for
Hard of Hearing People, Inc.
On Sept. 25, a demonstration
and discussion of new hearing
aids will take place.
At the Maple-Drake
building 1:30 p.m. Sept. 21,
the group will discuss ways to
cope with specific common

situations,
such
restaurants and family'
gatherings. The group will'
meet 7 p.m. Sept. 16 to hear
psychologist Lee Kronenberg
speak on "You're Better Than
You Think."
For information, call Margo
Weitzer, 661-1000.

On Nov. 6, 1884, in Kat7-
towicz, 35 delegates from
Russia, Romania, Germany,
England and France estab-
lished the Hovevei Zion
(Lovers of Zion) movement
whose purpose was the pro-
motion of Jewish settleme
in the Land of Israel. Leon
Pinsker was elected chair-
man.

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