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September 05, 1969 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brevities

People Mitke News

State Representative ALBERT
A. KRAMER has been appointed
an arbitrator by the American
Arbitration Association. He will
serve as an arbitrator in matters
relating to insurance adjustments
which fall under arbitration provi-
sions relative to accident claims.
Rep. Kramer, an attorney for 20
years, is chairman of the House of
Representatitves Committee on In-
surance. He has introduced many
pieces of insurance legislation and
has had the rare honor of having
two bills which he sponsored
named for him.
• • •
DONALD M. REIMER has been
promoted to the position of gen-
eral manager of the new Urban-
Community Affairs Division of
Greater Detroit Chamber of Com-
merce.
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Dr. LEWIS COBURN, has been
appointed chairman of the depart.
ment of mathematics at Yeshiva
University's B e l f e r Graduate
School of Science, it was announced
by Dr. Arthur B. Komar, dean.

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

Portraiture of Distinction
For Your Weddings

Formals - Candids - Direct Color

3223 W. McNichols

Nr. Muirland

Call 341-4141

MUSIC IN THE FASHION
OF WILD GYPSY PASSION

JOCELYN

Population Rise
Slowing,. in U.S.

And Her Gypsies

4 to 20 Men Available
474-7638

CARSON ZELTZER

547-4805

WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAS

SPECIAL OCCASIONS

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ORCHESTRA

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DRESS SHOP

SIZES 14-20

Monday thru Friday
11:00-4:00

10460 W. 9 Mile Rd.

OAK PARK

Beautifully Handcrafted
. . . yet inexpensive

Meookativt.jlecessokies

For your convenience. . . we have hot coffee

7 days a week, 12 to 9 p.m.,
Sundays from 12 to 6 p.m.

1800 S. Woodward

12 Wks. north of 14 MC, West side
—corner of Smith)

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SECURITY

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647-6233

Diners Club

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* BIRTHDAY SALE! 4, 4,

*SATURDAY
9:30 TO 9
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and

Single young adults age 23-35
who are interested in starting a
BRIDGE CLUB may call Marilyn *
Nathanson. 547 - 5935, or Allene
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Kideckel, 357 - 5716.

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The 1960 graduating class of OAK *
PARK HIGH SCHOOL is planning
a 10-year reunion for May and is
interested in locating members of
the class.To participate and help
plan this event, call Joan Lawson
Beverly Craft
Zager, 352 - 4588,
Natinsky. 541-3983. or Frances
Gosztyla Franchi, 464-2186.
* * *
THE DETROIT METAL DEAL-
ERS ASSOCIATION will meet 6:30
p.m. Monday at Raleigh House.
Guest speaker will be William E.
Hoffman, copper editor of the
American Metal Market.
* * *
SOUTHFIELD PUBLIC
SCHOOLS officials are urging
prompt registration for the high
school completion, adult education
and college level courses offered
this fall. Registration by mail is
suggested for adult education credit
and noncredit courses which will
begin Sept. 15 at both district high
schools. Across-the-counter regis-
tration will be held at Southfield
High School's main office, 24675
Lahser, 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday and
7:30-9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes-
day. Preregistration and counsel-
ing for college level courses is
scheduled at both high schools
from 7 to 10 p.m. Sept. 8 - 11. Reg-
istration for college courses can be
rranged th week of Sept. 15, the
evening on which classes meet.
• * *
HELEN BARTON. antique refin-
isher, will speak on "Brushing Up
on Antiques" at a treasure shop
donation tea on behalf of the In-
ternational Institute Old World
Market 1-3 p.m. Wednesday at the
institute. Donation of items to the
treasure shop is the price of admis-
sion.

A revealing account of the inter-
ception of the Admiral Yamamoto
mission in 1943 is told in one of the
most exciting stories about the war
with Japan—"Get Yamamoto" by
Burke Davis, published by Random
House.
The details regarding the inter-
cepted message of April 13, 1943,
the planned inspection. of the bases
close to the American lines by the
Japanese commander in chief of
the Japanese navy, the closeness of
his mission to American lines, the
coded cabled orders for the Ameri-
cans to get Yamamoto—these are
told in a volume that will rate
among the most important about
the U.S. conflict with Japan.

4.tast rodaastee....

Gift Certificates

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Suburban

Experience is in the fingers and

head. The heart is inexperienced.

—Henry David Thoreau.

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SUNDAY 12 TO 5

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41P' its .1:

`Get Yamamoto'
Details Revealed
by Burke Davis *

See the new line
of Decor items
designed for every
man's budget for
every room in the house

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tour after receiving unprecedented
1 Personal experience is the most critical acclaim during its New
I vicious and limited circle.
York premiere. Performed under
—Oscar Wilde. the direction of John Cranko will
be the classic "Romeo and Juliet."

Corner Seneca

Birmingham

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The United States population
grOwth has been decelerating dur-
ing the 1960s, according to the
National Industrial Conference
Board, while most of the world
is experiencing a so-called "popu-
lation explosion."
Each one of the last seven years
has seen the number of people in
the United States increase less
than a year before. In 1968, popu-
lation probably increased less than
2,100,000 or barely more than 1 I
per cent, while in 1961, it rose by
more than 3,000,000 persons, I
or 1.65 per cent.
The steep decline in the number
of births has been the dominant 1
factor in population change here'
from their record of 4,2-4. 3,000,-
000 a year in 1956-61. to an esti-
mated milion in 1968.
A suprising contrast shows a 32
per cent rise in marriages and a
* * *
28 per cent increase in the number
The STUTTGART BALLET, com-
of women in their prime childbear- ing to the Masonic Auditorium
ing years..Marriages in 1968 were 3 p.m. Oct. 12. as the opening
exceeded only in the immediate attraction the 1969-70 dance
postwar years of 1946.
series, is making its first American

PHOTOGRAPHY

G'usic

The painting by CHARLES
BARRY COBB which was accepted
for the Los Angeles annual art
exhibition 1969, was one of seven
art- works purchased for the col-
lection of the Atlantic Richfield
Co. in Los Angeles. Cobb is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Cobb of Avilla Blvd., Lathrup
Village.
* * *
A recent graduate of the South-
field Public Schools' high school
completion program is Mrs.
MARIE SIMON, who worked to
complete her high school education
for three years, attending both day
and night classes. She is employed
as a custodian in the Southfield
District.
* * *
Speakers at the 52nd annual
meeting of the University Press
Club of Michigan, at the Michigan
Union, Ann Arbor, Sept. 26-27, will
include Prof. WILLIAM HABER.
His topic will be "Our Economic
Future."

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MRS. DANIEL IL WASSERMAN,
former president of the Cleveland
Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women, has been named to
President Nixon's 20-member Citi-
zens Advisory Council on the Status
of Women. Mrs. Wasserman, who
is the wife of Judge Daniel H.
Wasserman of the Ohio Court of
Appeals, has also served as execu-
live vice president of the Cleveland
Section, and has been a member
of the NCJW's national board.

LEEWARD SCHOOL, 700 W.
Scripps, Lake Orion, opened on its
own site this week, offering a pro-
gram that is unique in the state
of Michigan: There will be no is-
sued grades and no grade level
labels. "Leeward plans to indivi-
dualize every segment of its cur-
riculum and at the same time of-
fer optimum group curricular acti-
vities. A teacher for every 10
pupils closely supervises, counsels,
and evaluates all work. He formu-
lates and presents the ongoing
curriculum for every child and/or
small group. For information call
Leeward School, 588-7422.

Friday, September 5, 1969 33

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SATURDAY
and
SUNDAY

SALE!
$7

Charge It: •IK
Security 4C
Michigan *
Bankard
it
Juliet
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Stunning little transitional in "it

a linen-like weave. Your

choice of two smart color
combinations. Black with tan
or brown with orange. Sizes
8 to 16. Just one from a col-
lection of now-through-fall

Regularly $20

GREEN-8 CENTER ONLY !
GREENFIELD-8 MILE RDS.

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