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February 23, 1996 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-23

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COINcRecATION bCT-11 SbALOCT)

14601 WEST LINCOLN ROAD • OAK PARK, MI 48237

Machon Hosts
Annual Retreat

Sunday, March 3, 1996 • I I :30 a.m. — 2:30 p.m

CARNIVAL & MITZVAH FAIR

• food • Games • Prizes • Puppet Show • Mitzvah Stations • Crafts

Lunch: $2.50 (no food may be brought in) • Game Tickets 25¢ each

CHILDREN'S SPECIAL
Coupon Books ... $3.00
Includes: Lunch • Hamantaschen • 5 Tickets • Puppet show

PARENTS — Volunteers needed! If you can help, please call Sharon Wise,
Youth Director at Synagogue 810-54I-KIDS.

COMMUNITY INVITED

Scholarships available ... Program made possible with a grant from the Max M. Fisher Foundation

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Refinishing of new
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antiques, office
furniture, pianos.

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Est. 1919

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Larry Paul makes
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Estimates
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COATS
UNIDETED

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(313) 968-2060

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Orchard Mall 6421 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322 (313) 855-9955

Troy

Troy Commons 871 E. Big Beaver Road
Troy, MI 48237
528-9966

Rabbi Abraham Jacobovitz, di-
rector of Machon L'Torah the
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will hold Machon
L'Torah's annual retreat, "A
Conference On Medical and Pro-
fessional Ethics," the weekend
of March 1-3, at the DoubleTree
Guest Suites in Troy.
This year's retreat will fea-
ture scholars in residence: Dr.
Richard V. Grazi, Rabbi Shmuel
Irons, Rabbi Yisroel Rokowsky,
and Dr. Fred Rosner.
Dr. Grazi is the director of the
division of Reproductive En-
docrinology and infertility at
Maimonides Medical Center in
Brooklyn, N.Y. Rabbi Irons co-
founded and is the dean of the
Kollel Institute of Greater De-
troit. Rabbi Rokowsky is the co-
founder and dean of Ohr
Somayach Rabbinical College in
Monsey, N.Y. Dr. Rosner is the
director of the Department of
Medicine of the Queens Hospi-
tal Center in Jamaica, N.Y. and
serves as professor of medicine.
Other presenters include
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg, Rab-
bi Avraham Jacobobitz, Rabbi
Shraga Rothbart, Dr. Debra
Cala-Reinitz, and Dr. Emanuel
Reinitz.
The weekend will feature lec-
tures and meals. This confer-
ence is CME accredited by
Henry Ford Hospital and meets
the criteria for 12 credit hours
in Category I of the Physician's
Recognition Award of the Amer-
ican Medical Association.
For information and reserva-
tions, call the Machon office,
(810) 967-0888; or fax, (810) 967-
0412.

Project and will hold all the
records.
The Jewish Community
Archives was created by the
Jewish Federation in 1991 and
aims to collect, inventory, pre-
serve and make available for re-
search the historical record of
the Detroit Jewish community
and its local agencies. The col-
lection is housed in the Reuther
Library of Labor and Urban Af-
fairs at Wayne State Universi-
ty.
To volunteer, or to provide in-
formation to the Irwin I. Cohn
Cemetery Index Project, call the
Jewish Community Archives,
(810) 642-4260.

AJE Hosts
Conversations

The Detroit Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee
will kick off its "Conversations
With" ... series, 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, Feb. 29, with guest Neal
Kozodoy, editor of Commentary
magazine. He will address the
topics of conservatism in Amer-
ica and who are the American
Jewish conservatives.
The "Conversations" series
will include four programs of
contemporary Jewish and
American subjects. All pro-
grams will be held at members'
homes. The remaining series
programs include speaker, Joel
Tauber, national president of
UJA; Yosef Goell, a former jour-
nalist with the Jerusalem Post;
and Ken Stern, an author and
specialist on militia groups and
extremism in America.
Call the American Jewish
Committee office, (810) 646-
7686, for information.

Archives Project
Is Created

Blood Drive
Seeks Donors

Judge Avern Cohn has created
a fund in memory of his father
to help complete the Jewish
Community Archives Cemetery
Index Project.
The Irwin I. Cohn Cemetery
Index Project, under the leader-
hip of Tillie Brandwine, was cre-
ated by the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit in 1993.
The project's goal is to develop
and maintain a master data-
base with a record of every bur-
ial in a Jewish cemetery in
Michigan, from the earliest
recorded information to the pfe-
sent.
A corps of 20 volunteers, with
cooperation from the Jewish Ge-
nealogy Society, Jewish Histor-
ical Society, religious institutions,
funeral directors and burial so-
cieties, has helped gather and
provide information for the pro-
ject. The archives is directing the
Irwin I. Cohn Cemetery Index

The Annual Purim Blood Drive,
organized by the Brotherhood
of Temple Israel, will take place
on Sunday, March 3, from 9:30
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the temple.
This drive will take place dur-
ing Temple Israel's Purim Car-
nival, to be held from noon to 3
p.m. that day.
To volunteer, call the temple
office, (810) 661-5700.

.

Writing, Music
Events Set

The Writer's Corner will meet
on the third Friday of each
month at 10 a.m. at the JPM
JCC. No charge.
Music Appreciation with
Fabs Kaldobsky will be on Tues-
day, Feb. 27, at 1 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served. There is
no charge.

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