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June 18, 1993 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-18

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THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS

invites you to

GIVE A GIFT AND
RECEIVE ONE TOO

Chapter Holds
Lunch, Program

WITH A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY

return
Thegift annuity provides you An, income for
for your gift that ensures the collection's availability
for generations to come.

• Annuity rates are higher than CD's etc.
• Charitable income tax deduction available
by-p ass of capital toli taxes
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Ilona Goldman

Torah Fund
Honors Goldman

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For Information and Personal A.ui Quotation



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WERE FIGHTING FOR
'CUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion B'nai Moshe will honor
Ilona Goldman at a lbrah
Fund Dinner 6 p.m. June 21
at the synagogue. Ilona will
be presented with this year's
Torah Fund Benefactor Pin.
The Women's League An-
nual Torah Fund campaign
raises funds for the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America. A two-year project
has begun to convert the cur-
rent area used by students
and faculty for services into a
sacred space.
At this year's dinner, a
video presentation called "A
Sacred Space" will be
presented.
There is a charge for the
dinner and a minimum dona-
tion to Torah Fund is required
for sisterhood members.
Donations in honor of Ilona
are encouraged and checks
made payable to the sister-
hood may be mailed to the
synagogue office, 6800 Drake
Road, West Bloomfield, MI
48322.

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A special Rosh Chodesh
brunch for Jewish women will
be held Rosh Chodesh Tam-
muz, June 20, at 10 a.m. at
the home of Mrs. Joanne
Gotlib, 28405 Brooks Lane,
Southfield.
The brunch will support
Neve Yerushalayim, the
world's largest school for in-
tensive women's Jewish
studies. Speakers will include
Rabbi Manis Thaler from
Jerusalem and Rabbi Dov
Loketch.
A video of the new Neve
Campus will feature greet-
ings from Rabbi Yaakov Levi,
formerly of Oak Park, cur-
rently residing in Jerusalem
and teaching at Neve. Baby-
sitting will be available. A
minimum donation is re-
quested.

Brandeis/Tikvah Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women will hold
a luncheon and program noon
June 22 at Sutton Place
clubhouse.
The program will feature
Sandi Hyman, director of
Resettlement-Jewish Family
Services, who will speak on
"The Story of the New Im-
migrants in Detroit."
There is a charge for lun-
cheon; for information, call
Hilda Raphael, 557-6517.

B'nai David
Installation

B'nai David Sisterhood will
hold their installation of of-
ficers for 1993-94 at a lun-
cheon noon June 28 at the
synagogue. The installing of,
ficer will be Blanche Brant,
past president.
Entertainment will be
Sidney Mann, violinist.
Reservations are necessary;
there is a charge for lunch.
Call the synagogue office,
557-8210, for reservations.

Hanita-lsrael
Sets Installation

Hanita-Israel Chapter of
Na'amat/USA will have its
annual installation luncheon
12:30 p.m. June 29 in the
MCL Cafeteria.
Betty Rath will be the in-
stalling officer. Sarah Fried-
man will read Yiddish stories.
There is a charge.
lb reserve, call Judie Moss,
967-4750.

Parkwood ORT
Day At Races

Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT will hold their
annual day at the races June
30 at the Ladbrooke DRC in
Livonia; it will include lunch.
Car pools will leave Knob
Woods clubhouse at 12:30
p.m. There is a charge.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call Leah Burak,
661-3416; or Nita Lichtens-
tein, 357-2524.

Israel is an archeological
mecca. There are 22 spe-
cialized museums of anti-
quities and 3,500 registered
archeological sites in the
country, dating from the
neolithic period (Jericho, cir-
ca 7,500 BCE) to the Ot-
toman period of the early
19th century.

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