THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 21, 1969
GALLERY, 621 S.
A 10-week class in Bible will be RUBINER
taught by AARON KUTNICK at Washington. Royal Oak. Mrs. For-
Oak Park High School starting don' who recently returned from
7:30 p.m. Monday. He also will
Israel where she devoted six
teach conversational Hebrew on
months to painting, will have 85
Tuesdays at 7:30.
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SYDNEY E. GARTENBERG,
commodity manager of E. F. Hut-
ton and Co., Inc.'s Southfield office,
will instruct an eight-week course
on the commodity futures markets
offered through the Southfield
Board of Education's adult educa-
tion program starting Monday.
Registration is in progress for this
course, first of its kind to be of-
fered in this area.
"BASICS of DIABETES" is the
topic to be discussed by Dr. Jack
A. Litwin, at the Wayne-North-
west chapter meeting of the Mich-
igan Diabetes Association, 8 p.m.
Thursday in the auditorium of
Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital. The
public is invited at no charge.
• • *
The Southfield Board of Educa
tion announces the opening of the
spring semester of its ADULT
CONTINUING EDUCATION pro-
gram Monday. Among the courses
offered will be one in basic real
estate starting 7:30 p.m. Monday,
in room 219, Southfield High
School. Instructor will be Sheldon
B. Krause, attorney and former
vice president of the mortgage di-
vision of American Savings and
Loan Assoc. Interested persons
may register at Southfield High the
first night of classes. For infor-
mation, call the board of educa-
tion. 353-8300, ext. 420 or 423, or
Krause, 398-2240 or 541-1060.
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The DETROIT PHILOSOPHI-
CAL SOCIETY will meet 8 p.m.
Thursday at Greenfield's Resta-
urant, Oak Park. Paul Winter,
radio and TV personality, will
speak on "Mass Culture and
Young 'N Marrieds
Plan Trio of Events
Marrieds of Adas
Shalom will meet 8 p.m. Thursday
in the board room of the synago-
gue. Rabbi Leonard Cahan will
speak on "Passover — Fact. Fic-
tion, and Fantasy."
A meeting of the Young 'N Mar-
rieds Book Review Club will be
held 8 p.m. April 16 at the home
of Ralph and Cindy Bovitz, 1869
Kirts, Troy. Rabbi Cahan will
moderate the discussion of Isaac
B. Singer's novel "The Slave."
A night of games will be pre-
sented 8:30 p.m. April 12 at the
home of Michael and Sandy Cher-
rin, 21200 Winchester, Southfield.
Prizes and favors will be given
and late supper served. For re-
servations or information, call
Sharon Rocklin, 533-8757.
Oakland University's annual
fine arts festival will be highlight-
ed by six performances by the OU
- Academy of Dramatic Art of
Arthur Mil ler's masterpiece,
"DEATH OF A SALESMAN." The
play will be presented at 8 p.m.
Monday through Saturday in the
ADA theatre on the lower floor of
the Sports and Recreation Build-
ing. Tickets will be sold at the
The Dance Committee of the
Jewish Center announces over 50
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per cent response to invitations to
The works of SOPHIE FORDON become the first dance patrons of
will be exhibited for five weeks the Center.
beginning March 30 at the ALLEN
The dance patron program was
established to support new and
- WITH THIS AD
existing programs of professional
quality and to keep pace with)
ever-increasing numbers of stu-
A brochure designed by Albert
Noyer of Cass Technical High
School explains the scope of this
ON ALL TV REPAIRS
program developed under
the direction of Harriet Berg,
1 HOUR SERVICE
Center dance coordinator.
Each patron receives two tickets
to the Dance Patrons Concert,
We Service All Makes
featuring Hadassah Badoch and
Company in a program of Yemen-
ite and Israeli dances 8:30 p.m.
April 19 in the Aaron DeRoy Thea-
For information, call the Dance
Committee of the Jewish Center,
DI 1 - 4200, Ext. 246.
We'll Go Anywhere
Leo Mertz is chairman of the
to Be Auctioned at Benefit
The Detroit Professional Photo-
graphers Association will hold its
annual photography equipment
auction and bake sale 7 p.m. Tues-
day at Ferndale Community Cen-
Registration of equipment to be
auctioned is 6-7 p.m.
Proceeds go to the Detroit Pro-
fessional Photographers Associa-
tion Scholarship Fund, started in
1960 in memory of Bert Kanter-
man and has been continued each
year in memory of departed mem-
bers who wt re instrumental in
the promotion of professional
Makes a Clean Sweep
Beirut University Gets ..
Million from Standard Oil
NEW YORK — The Standard
Oil Co. of New Jersey has pledged
a grant of up to S1,000,000 to the
Centennial Fund Campaign of the
American University at Beirut.
Dr. Samuel B. Kirkwood, uni-
versity president, said the grant
will provide Si for each $3 con-
tributed to the university by other
members of the petroleum indus-
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
Oak Park resident Mrs. Myer
Goldstick of Church St., receives
a portable color TV set from
Sidney Bluestone, president of
Sentry Drug Stores, in the recent
Sentry Drug Sweepstakes.
HARVARD ROW MALL
11 MILE & USHER
American Civil Liberties Union presents •
"SHOULD PUBLIC FUNDS BE
USED FOR PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS?"
Wm. Ryan, Speaker of House
Joseph Malin, Principal St. Mar-
tin's de Porres High
Friday, March 28-8:00 P.M.
Ernest Maxey, Ex. Dir. ACLU
Anthony Perrino, Minister
First Unitarian Church
Munsford High School
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