In honor of Diane Hauser, more than $
1 ,795,000 was reed in
Only 30 seats remain of
Israel Bonds sales at a Women's Division
866 available on the Michigan Miracle Mission II, 1995 commu-
nity-wide trip to Israel.
Rueven Rubin Award for
and the State of Israel.
Applications with a $500 deposit are being accepted on a first-
Hermelin, dinner co - Shown are: N ancyJacobson and
come, first-served basis in the mission office, Suite 206 in the Max
Helen Zuckerman. chairwomen; Dr. Ellen Cannon; Diane
M. Fisher Building. A wait list will be created once all seats on
the two El Al Boeing 747s are filled.
Families, singles, fraternal and service groups, and congrega-
tions from communities all around the state will join the community-
wide trip to Israel, which will leave from Detroit Metropolitan Airport
and arrive at an air base near Israel's southern resort town of Eilat on
the Red Sea. After two days, participants will travel north, stopping at
fabulous sites along the way. Mission-goers will stay in five-star hotels,
and sightseeing throughout Israel will be in air-conditioned buses.
Separate tracks will be available for veteran travelers, as well as first-
time visitors to Israel. Dozens of young adults age 25-40 have joined the
mission and will have their own buses.
In addition to seeing the country from north to south, mission-goers
will meet with Israeli government officials, and visit economic incubator
sites and absorption centers for many of the 500,000 new immigrants
from the former Soviet Union.
For information about the Michigan Miracle Mission II , or for an ap-
plication, contact Jane Sherman, 642-4260.
Jack A. Robinson, one of the Detroit's active business, civic arid commu-
nity leaders, has assumed the presidency of the greater Detroit Interfaith
Mr. Robinson, chairman and president of Perry Drug Stores, Inc., Michi-
gan's largest drug store chain, also serves as the Round Table's Jewish co-
He succeeds Barbara Van Dusen, who is the Protestant co-chair. Other
co-chairs are Michael J. Berry, an attorney and Muslim co-chair, and Daniel
J. Kelly, the Catholic co-chair who is vice chairman of Deloitte and Touche.
The Round Table, founded in 1928, works to improve understanding be-
tween races and religions. It sponsors a variety of programs designed to
"build bridges of understanding."
The grand prize of
the Hillel Day
Festival raffle was
a trip for two to
Gene, Hillel Day
Is pictured with
the winner, Pete
Browner, and his
Pianist and recording arti
1.3a.vid Syme will appear at
Royal Oak IVIusic Theatre. Tle
concert is a City of }lope fundA
raiser. Call 737-3020.
B' nal Moshe Weekend
Hosts Dr. Wolfson
Congregation B'nai Moshe, in conjunction with
the Deutsch Family Speakers Fund, will hold
its annual Rabbi Moses Lehrman - Scholar in
Residence weekend May 13 -14.
This year's featured scholar will be Dr. Ron
Wolfson, director of the Shirley and Arthur
Whizin Center and Institute for Jewish Family
Living at the University of Judaism in Los An-
Dr. Wolfson has pioneered several inn.ova-
five programs in Jewish family education, in-
cluding parenting workshops and an educational
tour of Israel for families. He is the author of
The Art of Jewish Living, a series of books on
the celebration of Jewish holidays in the home.
Fridays evening's program will begin with
Shabbat services at 6 p.m. and will be followed
by dinner. Dr. Wolfson's topic will be "The Shah-
bat Seder." Saturday service, at 9 a.m., will be
followed by a lunch and learn. Dr. Wolfson's ser-
mon and lunch discussion will be "From Anat-
evka to West Bloomfield: What's Happening to
the Jewish Community?"
Culminating the weekend will be an infor-
mal gathering with Dr. Wolfson on Saturday
evening at the home of Lisa and Jasy Welford,
sponsored by YACHAD, B'nai Moshe's Young
There is a charge for the Friday dinner and
the Saturday lunch. Call the synagogue office,
788-0600, for details.