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October 02, 1970 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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5 Important New WSU Press Volumes

Wayne State University Press new books, commencing another
has issued a series of impressive Year of publishing authoritative
works on a vast variety of sub-
jects.
Happy Now Year
Inter-character conflicts in lit-
erature, subject doubles and object
doubles, are tackled in "A Psycho-
analytic Study of the Double in
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
Literature" by Prof. Robert Rogers
543-3343
26001 Coolidge
of the State University at Buffalo.
Prof. Jacob Lassner of the
Near Eastern Department at
Wayne
State University, teacher
Be Sure to Include
of Hebrew and Arabic, is author
of "The Topography of Baghdad
in the Early Middle Ages." This
thoroughly annotated volume is
replete with historic Arabic
documents that have been trans-
lated by Prof. Lassner.
WSU Prof. Melvin Small edited
"Public Opinion and Historians
—Interdisciplinary Perspectives."
Among the authorities whose for-
eign policy views are quoted here
are Profs. Edward Lurie, J.
David Singer, Paul F. Lazarsfeld,
Bradford Perkins, Bernard C.
In Your Holiday Meals!
Cohen, Alfred H. Kelly, John
Higham,
Richard L. Merritt, Har-

old R. Isaacs, Athan Theoharis
and Leo Marx.
Eugene Sr Ernest Greenfield
"The Circle of Henry Adams:
of the Greenfield Noodle Co

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Wish All Their Customers
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A VERY HAPPY AND
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using magnetic fields to increase
or reduce the intensity of light
emitted by crystals, which may
enable the development of new
types of solid-state devices, such
as transistors, was one of the sub-
jects discussed at the Second In-
ternational Symposium on Organic
Solid-State Chemistry at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science.
Participating in the symposium,
which was sponsored by the Inter-
national Union of Crystallography
and the International Union of
Pure and Applied Chemistry, were
70 scientists from Australia, Eng-
land, France, Greece, Holland, Is-
rael, Italy, South Africa, Switzer-
land, the. United States and West
Germany. Israel was chosen as the
site for the symposium because
of the pioneering role of Weiz-
mann Institute scientists in this
of research.
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Friends

A YEAR OF HEALTH & HAPPINESS

GRUNT'S MARKET

NEW PHONE
NUMBER 341-5512

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We Deliver in Southfield

Akiva Elects
Rabbi Donin

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — A
Jewish merchants group in a
racially mixed high-crime area of
South Philadephia is seeking to
combat lawlessness with commu-
nity projects in cooperation with a
like-minded group of black resi-
dents in the area, and on its own.
The efforts by the South Seventh
Street Businessmen's Association
include reviving a moribund neigh-
borhood recreation center and in-
troducing innovations such as mod-
eling courses for girls, sewing
courses, hockey and baseball
teams and tours by youth groups
of museums and other sites in
the city.
According to Iry Zelnick, a Sev-
enth Street poultry and seafood
dealer for the past 20 years, the
idea is to get youths "off the street.
and get them involved in construc-
tive projects."
Not all of the Jewish merchants
agree with that approach. At a
meeting of the association the
main emphasis was on "law and
order."

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WE MADE SOME STRATEGIC PURCHASES TO
WHICH WE HAVE ADDED A LARGE ASSORT.
MENT OF QUALITY BAGS FROM OUR REGULAR
STOCK AT MEANINGFUL REDUCTIONS. These
are all top quality bags by such fine makers
as Prestige, Walborg, Meyers, TRIANGLE
SABER, fine Italian imports and many others.
THERE JS A WIDE VARIETY OF SHAPES AND A
BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF COLORS AND MA-
TERIALS. SALE ENDS OCT. 3rd. ALL SALES FINAL.

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MR. GRUNT, MR. & MRS. HARRY KROHNER
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Art and Artist" by WSU Prof.
Ernst Scheyer is a study of an
important era that is thoroughly
researched i a this significant
study.
The story of a Jewish pioneer.
the Portuguese Jewish settler in
this country, Aaron Lopez, more
than 200 years ago, Is told in
"Lopez of Newport — Colonial
American Merchant Prince," by
Stanley F. Civet, associate of Dr.
Jacob R. Marcus in American
Jewish Archives in Cincinnati.

Rabbi Hayim Donin is the new
president of Akiva Hebrew Day
School, having been elected at a
recent meeting.
Other officers
are Harold Platt
and George Wein-
garden, vice pres-
idents; Mrs. Da-
vid Dombey, sec-
retary; Jack
Zwick, treasurer;
and new mem-
bers of the board
of directors, Mrs.
Sanford Eisen-
berg, Rabbi Jack
Goldman, Judge
Nathan Kaufman,
Julian Liebman, Rabbi Bonin
Sam Loberman, Abraham Selesny,
Markus Simon, Rabbi Joshua
Sperka, Mrs. Emil Spilman and
Arthur Tenenbaum.
The recent Concert in the Sanc-
tuary, presented at Bnai David,
introduced cellist Yehuda Hanani
to friends of Akiva Day School.
They currently are planning a
concert for Feb. 14.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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