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June 10, 1994 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-10

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The 1994 DeVille creates a
higher standard at Don Gooley Cadillac.

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Association Gives
Baseball Honors

• Speed-Sensitive Steering
• Fully independent suspension
• Anti-lock brakes
• Airbank System — dual front air bags*

• All-new six-passenger Cadillac
• Proven 200-hp, 4.9 liter V8,
4T80-E automatic transmission
• Speed-Sensing Suspension

And SmartLease creates a higher standard:

$399
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CREATING A HIGHER STANDARD

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At a meeting to be held at 7:30
p.m. June 14 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center in West Bloom-
field, several persons will be
honored for their contributions to
youth baseball in Israel.
They are Bill Serman, Harold
Brode, Jeffrey Sternberg and rep-
resentatives of the Joseph L. Bale
Post of the Jewish War Veterans
of the USA (#474).
The program will consist of a
slide presentation of Tiger his-
tory from Hank Greenberg on, as
well as a video presentation by a
guest from Israel — Randy Kahn,
special projects coordinator of the
American Friends of Land Asso-
ciation of Baseball.
The public is invited to attend.
For additional information, call
355-2266.

B'nai B'rith
Softball

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 3-1-0, Brotherhood 3 2-1-1, Broth-
erhood 2 2-2-0, Morganthau 2-2-0, Broth-
erhod 6 2-2-0, Bloch-Broth. 1-2-1.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Zeiger 4-0, Zager Stone 3-1, Pisgah 2-2,
Leadership Network 2 2-2, Downtown
Fox 2-2, Brotherhood 4 2-2, Leadership
Network 1 0-4, Brotherhood 5 0-4.

15 at the synagogue.
Parents and children will meet
the kindergarten teachers,and
parents will have an orientation.
Magician Jim Carmody will
entertain and the children will
make their own sundaes.

Hillel Council
Seeks Candidates

Elections for the 1994-1995 HMD
Metro Council will be held at the
end of the summer. All Jewish
young adults living in the met-
ropolitan Detroit area, between
the ages of 18 and 30 years, in-
terested in serving on the Coun-
cil are encouraged to submit
letter of intent, which should in-
clude the candidate's name, ad-
dress, telephone number, why
he/she should be elected, what di-
rection he/she would like to see
HMD take, and any other rele-
vant information.
Petitions for candidacy should
be sent by July 15 to: Elections
'94-'95: HMD Metro Council, 667
Grosberg Center, Wayne State
University, Detroit, 1111 48202.

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The Walter E. Klein Youth
Award for excellence in social ac-
tion programming was present-
ed jointly to two youth groups at
the Council's June 1 board of di-
rectors meeting. The first place
winners were Shoshana BBG
#81 and National Federation of
Temple Youth - Michigan Re-
gion.
Shoshana BBG's winning pro-
ject was a mock seder with mem-
ber of St. Alexander's Church in
Farmington Hills. The event em-
bodied the Council's commitment
to community relations.
NFTY's project was a door-to-
door collection of household
items, food and clothing which
was donated to the Economic
Crisis Center in Lansing.

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SZ Plans
Round-Up

Congregation Shaarey Zedek's
Department of Education and
Youth will hold their Kinder-
garten Round-Up 7-8 p.m. June

New Board
For Center

Lisa Molnar has been elected
president of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center of Washtenaw Coun-
ty for 1994-95.
Ms. Molnar has served for a
number of years as JCC vice
president for finance and has tak-
en a leading role in the JCC's
long-range planning process. She
was recently the recipient of a na-
tional JCC Association New
Leadership Award.
Ms. Molnar is a social science
research associate at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Transporta-
tion Research Institute and has
a master's degree in health ser-
vices administration from the U-
M Department of Public Health
Policy and administration.
Also elected were Bruce
Shapiro, to serve as vice presi-
dent for finance, and Elayne Tyn-
er, to serve as treasurer.

You must not break friend-
ship on account of different
religious opinions, for it is
universally agreed that all

religions are matters of
imagination.
Solomon Ibn Verga

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