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March 22, 1996 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-22

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MARCH 22, 1996

Rabbi Honored By
Shomrey Emunah


his year's honoree at the annual dinner
of Congregation Shomrey Emunah will
be Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash, the syna-
gogue's spiritual leader for 30 years.
Rabbi Zachariash completed his talmudic
studies at Ner Israel in Baltimore, Md. Rab-
bi Zachariash began teaching Hebrew stud-
ies at the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah in
Southfield in 1964. He was promoted to prin-
cipal of the yeshivah.
The dinner will be held at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center on Monday,
March 25. Hors d'oeuvres at 6:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are avail-
able for $150 a couple and $250 for sponsors.
For reservations, call Brian Herschfus,
(180) 5574007; or Moshe Lowenberg, (810)

Each year members of the B'nai Writh Accountants Unit come to Prentis Federation
Apartments to help the residents fill out the forms for Home Heating & Prescription Credits.
Pictured is Jeff Kaplan with residents iraida Vistrnya and Maria Shlimovich. Alt are CPA's in
private practice who volunteer their time


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Sunday, March 24

* * *

CHAL=KS sponsors a Par-hush


I:AO. at Maple-Drake. 2 p.m.

Call (810) 737-2670 for tick-
et information.

Israel BondiNalies New Leadeii

,. inda Hayman has been appoint- board and led metro Detroit's efforts
ed chairwoman of the Metro De- on behalf of the absorption of Soviet
troit State of Israel Bonds and Ethiopian immigrants as Oper-
ation Aliyah chairman.
Women's Division.
Mrs. Hayman, actively involved in
Mr. Stollman has served on the ex-
the Division for the past seven years, ecutive committee of Bar-Ilan and
was chairman of its
is a member of the
leadership develop-
Israel Bonds Gol-
ment committee. He
da Meir Club, and
served as president of
has served as
the Resettlement
co-chairwoman of
Service of the Jewish
several major
Federation for seven
Women's Division
years; as chairman of
events. She has
the Real Estate Divi-
represented De-
sion of the Allied
troit, along with
Jewish Campaign
other members of
and is a former mem-
the Women's Divi-
ber of Federation's
sion, at its Na-
Culture and Educa-
tional Conference
tion Division. Na-
for the past two
tionally, he was a
member of the board
In addition to
of directors of HIAS.
her work with Is-
rael Bonds, Mrs.
Hayman has been
involved in Na-
tional Council of
Jewish Women, is
Linda Hayman and,
on the JARC Bud- right, Bernard Stollman
get and Planning
Committee; the
JCC Janice Charach Epstein Gallery
Board and served as a board member
of the Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood. Lo-
cally, she serves on the Board of the
America's Thanksgiving Parade as -a
Community leader Bernard H.
Stollman of Bloomfield Hills has been
named general chairman of State of
Israel Bonds for the Metropolitan De-
troit area.
Mr. Stollman, who serves as Cam-
paign vice chairman, is a longstand-
ing member of the Bonds executive


SUnday, March 24

March Madness dance for
Jewish singles at Temple Is-
rael. 7:30 p.m. Call (810) 353-

Sunday, March 24

Blood drive at Temple Beth
El. 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.


Monday, Mwch 25

WSU hosts a debate on the
peace process at the Student
Center bulding. 1 p.m.

Rita Abramson

Enrichment Series
At B'nai Moshe

Thursday, March 28


ongregation }Trial Moshe will intro-
duce a new preschool Jewish enrich-
ment series called "Hava Nagila! Let's
Be Happy!" featuring Jewish stories,
games, music, and movement for 3- and 4-
Hava Nagila! will start with a 10-week
spring semester, meeting at B'nai Moshe
on Thursday afternoons from I to 2:30 p.m.
The spring series will run from April 25
through June 20. There is a charge, and
minimum enrollment is required.
There will be two free previews for par-
ents and children: Thursday, March 28, at
the Westacres Branch of the West Bloom-
field Public Library, 7321 Commerce Road,
West Bloomfield, and Thursday, April 18,
at the synagogue, 6800 Drake Road, West
Bloomfield; both from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Hava
Nagila! is open to the community.
For information, call Rita Abramson,
(810) 788-0600.









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Israeli singer Chava Alber-
steM at Royal Oak Music
Theatre. 7:30 p.m. Call (810)

Friday, March 29

Sholem Aleichem Institute
book symposium at Franklin
Pointe clubhouse. 8 p.m.

Sunday, March 31

Harry Laker Memorial Con-
cert at Temple Israel. 3:30



Thursday, April 18

Holocaust conference at
Wayne State University. All
day. Call (313) 577-2246.




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