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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-19

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851-6340

6704 ORCHARD LAKE RD., WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322 (1ST STOPLIGHT SOUTH OF MAPLE)

Bais Chabad
Events Set

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I Bais Chabad Torah Center of
West Bloomfield will sponsor a
I challah-baking class on Tues- Machon Offers
day, July 23, at 7:30 p.m. It will
be taught by Chaya Sarah Sil-
I berberg. Reservations are re- Scholarships
quired, and there is a materials Machon L'Torah has full and
I fee.
To make a reservation, call partial scholarships available
the Torah Center, 855-6170.
for the Israel 1996 Summer
On Tisha B'Av, Thursday, Learning Tour.
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July 25, Rabbi Silberberg will
The tour, led by Rabbi Ja-
teach a class on the Book of cobovitz, will include tours
I Lamentations at the Torah Cen-
throughout the country, lectures
ter from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
and discussions, and Jewish
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The weekly Ladies' Shabbat study. Participants will interact
Study Group will be held on Sat- with Israeli families. The group
urday, July 25, at the home of will be based at the Heritage
I Mrs.
Martin Hochbaum, 6749 House Hostel in the Old City of
Edinborough, at 5:30 p.m. Mrs. Jerusalem.
I Silberberg will speak on the Ten
The tour will depart Detroit
Commandments.
on Sunday, Aug. 18, and will re-
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turn on Friday, Aug. 30.
The deadline for applications
Judge
Addresses
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is July 29. For information and
applications, call the Machon of-
I Awards Ceremony fice, 967--0888; or fax, 967-0412.

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THE JEWISH NEWS

A dessert buffet will follow
the program. For information,
call Harold Samuels, (801) 356-
3284; or Nate Rubenstein, (810)
353-5755.

Stephen Cooper

The Oakland Century Lodge
will present its 24th annual
Spirit of B'nai Brith and Schol-
arship Awards July 30, at 8 p.m.
at the Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Sol M. Kozloff will be the hon-
oree. He is active in Oakland
Century, Pisgah Lodge, Temple
Israel, Veteran of Foreign Wars
and Jewish War Veterans.
Judge Stephen C. Cooper will
be the speaker. Judge Cooper is
the past president of the Michi-
gan District Judges Association.
He was elected to the 46th Dis-
trict Court in 1986 and has
served as its chief judge.
The program will include the
awarding of three $500 schol-
arships to Jewish students
whose academic and social
achievements indicate future
commitment to the Jewish com-
munity. The scholarship awards
are the gifts of Rosa and Ben-
jamin Bohm, Anne and Aaron
Ginsberg and Marilyn and Irv-
ing Rollinger.

Bingo will start at 12:30 on Mon-
day, July 22, at the Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Jewish Community
Center. There is a charge.
On Thursday, July 25, at 1
p.m. two films commemorating
Tisha B'Av will be shown. The
first, Wake the Dawn: The Story
of the Temple, uses animation as
well as documentary footage
of ,Jerusalem. The second,
Jerusalem: Soul of a People,
shows the history of the city pre-
sented in a collage of animation
and film footage.
Music Appreciation with Fabs
Kaldobsky will be Tuesday, July
23, at 1 p.m. Refreshments will
be served; there is no charge.
The Wedn.esday Afternoon So-
cial will be at 1 p.m. Refresh-
ments are served. There is a
charge

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Publicity
Deadlines

The normal deadline for
local news and publicity
items is noon Thursday, eight
days prior to issue date. The
deadline for birth announce-
ments is 10 a.m. Monday,
four days prior to issue date;
out-of-town obituaries, 10
a.m. Tuesday, three days pri-
or to issue date.

All material must be type-
written, double-spaced, on
872 x 11 paper and include
the name and daytime tele-
phone number of sender.

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