THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, May 14, 1971
r, Down or Wool
3-Week Tour Designed
for Prospective Buyers
of Apartments in Israel
A three-week tour to Israel de-
signed for prospective apartment
purchasers will be led by Rabbi
Recovered Like New
Samuel H. Prero of Young Israel
Bed pillows cleaned and recovered
of Greenfield July 19-Aug. 9.
Rabbi Prero said that those who
BERLIN QUILT & PILLOW C -0..ma,
do not wish to live in the apart-
ments now may rent them out,
For an Evening of
with a view to occupancy in the
Superb Entertainment . • .
For Your Bar Mitzva or
Additional *trips sponsored by
Weddings, etc. . . .
Young Israel Tours and Young
Israel of Greenfield are being
arranged for departure Aug. 9
(three weeks) and Aug. 16 (two
As an added incentive to those
taking the trip, the price of the
round-trip air fare for one person
will be refunded if an apartment
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is purchased from builders and
agents registered with Young
The Bia Bands
For information, call the Young
* SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
Israel office, LI 8-2377.
The Michigan Heart Association
has published a 24-page booklet
titled, "WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR
FEVER and RHEU-
MATIC HEART DISEASE CON-
TROL IN MICHIGAN," and has
made it available free on request
to public health personnel, doc-
tors, nurses and those interested
in the disease.
Once Again Available
For scores of Detroiters who
have worked with him for many
years in support of major Jewish
causes, the 85th birthday of Ben
Kramer, which he will reach this
Saturday, will be an occasion for
congratulations as well as acclaim
for humanitarian and philanthropic
efforts in behalf of which he had
labored with great dedication.
Kr a m e r was a most active
worker for Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns. He served on the board of
the Jewish Home for the Aged and
has been active in Temple Beth
El. In recognition of his 50-year
membership in the Masonic Order,
he was elected to life membership
in Perfection Lodge.
Born in Cleveland, May 15, 1886,
Kramer was married to Ida
Levine of that city on June 14,;!>—
1907. They will mark their 64th
wedding anniversary next month. Israel ' S Foreign Debt
They moved to Detroit in 1914 Totals $2.89 Billion
and Kramer was in the scrap
JERUSALEM (ZINS) —It was
iron and steel business until he
from usually reliable
retired in 1968. He headed the
sources that Israel's foreign cur-
Mr. and Mrs. Kramer moved to rency debts have now reached an
Miami Beach in 1969. Mrs. Kramer aggregate total of $2,890,000 while
will be visiting here next week to the latest report by the Bank of
attend the confirmation of their Israel shows that Israel's foreign
granddaughter at Temple Beth El currency reserves now stand at
on May 30.
They have two sons, Sanford of
Miami Beach and Irving of Frank-
lin Village; five granddaughters
and one great-granddaughter.
for your party
Back From Israel To Serve You
i . .
WE WILL RE-OPEN
THURSDAY, MAY 20
JAKUBOWITZ FISH 4 POULTRY
Here is a protected, secluded
environment where you can
be yourself, where you can
express your individual taste
Lone Ptne Road
in living. Choose from four
dramatic architectural styles .
French, Tudor, Alpine
Satisfy your living needs with one of six
designer floor plan options.
One, two and three bedroom apartments. Only sixty-
three left at $295/month to $575/month. Occupancy
beginning in late May.
2945 Woodward Ave. north of Hickory Grove Road
Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 48013 - Phone (313)338-1800
OFFICE HOURS: 11 o.rn.-4 p.m. SAT. & SUN.; 11 cs.m.-6 p.m. WED., THURS. & FRI.
OR BY APPOINTMENT — CLOSED MONDAY & TUESDAY
Featuring An Organ for
Today's New Sound
We also do house parties
of Freud to Speak on
Psychology of Violence
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
Gonik's Kosher Meat, Fish & Poultry
The Modern Sound of Distinction
NOW SHOWING \
Public good is made of many
private evils. —Anatole France
Dr. Richard F. Sterba, world
renowned psychoanalyst and pro-
fessor of psychiatry at Wayne
State University, will deliver an
original paper, "Psychology of Vio-
lence," 8 p.m. Monday at the
Community A r t s Auditorium,
Orchestras & Cocktail Combos of all sizes for all occasions
Wayne State University.
—Including HOUSE PARTIES !
The program is sponsored by
featuring Solo Piano for cocktail hours.
the Wayne State Center for Teach-
ing About Peace and War and
The Center Associates, a group
of women volunteers, helps sup-
::::::;;;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::•:•:::::::::::!:.:::::::::::::: •:.:.: port the Center and participates
in Center programs on conflict and
resoution. *Among its Bur
x tive members are Mesdames
ton Simon, David Mondry, Nathan-
after a wonderful trip to Israel
... ... iel Share, Robert Alpern, Bryce
to visit our family
;:: 1 Alpern, Richard Sloan and Harold
Berry. Mrs. Alfred R. Glancy Jr.
is president. Director of the Cen-
ter is Mrs. Oscar Genser.
Dr. Sterba is mentioned in
the "Life and Work" of Sigmund
.-.. ... .• Freud, Et which author Ernest
with the best fish and fresh
kosher killed poultry in the area •• ... -:. Jones described the last meet-
:.: ing of the board of the Vienna
Society on March 13, 1938. The
analysts decided they must flee
Nazi Germany at once, and al-
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though Richard Sterba was not
Jewish, he decided to share the
fate of his colleagues and left
fer Switzerland two days later.
The Nazis wanted Dr. Sterba to
Visit The Four Seasons Sci Lake Road
A series of meetings dealing with
the various aspects of aliya—from
shipping to financing — will be
sponsored by the Association of
Americans and Canadians for
Aliya starting 2:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Jewish Center.
This Sunday, the meeting will
deal with the details of packing
and shipping, as outlined by the
representative of a freight forward-
At 8:30 p.m. May 27 in the 10
Mile Branch of the Center, a mem-
ber of the staff of Bank Leumi's
immigrant advisory. department
will discuss financial aspects of
moving to Israel.
The topic 2:30 p.m. June 6 will
be on what to ship and what to
buy in Israel.
For information on AACA, call
Morris Cooper, chairman, 548-6159.
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to Be Aired at Center
▪ 85th 13irthday:
Ben KraTner Reaches
Acclaimed for Philanthropic Work
The Best Meat at The Best Prices
Pullets . . . 38' lb.
Rib Steaks $1.09
Hamb. (3 lbs. or more) . . . 55' lb.
Side of Beef (Freezer Pocked 65c lb.)
20215 W. 7 Mile
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Art Exhibit and Auction
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1971
CHAMPAGNE PREVIEW 7:30 P.M. * AUCTION 8:30 P.M.
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return to become the director of
4503 N. WOODWARD
the Vienna Institute and Clinic.
but Dr. Sterba refused. He and
his wife, Dr. Editha Sterba, also
an analyst, emigrated to Detroit,
where they founded the Psycho-
analytic Institute. The public is
invited at no charge.
one block south of 14 mile rd.
10612.W. 9 Mile Rd.
Jerusalem Poster .Marks
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NEW YORK—A poster entitled
"Jerusalem Today" is being given
free to all who request it by the
Far Rockaway, N.Y., Jewish Com-
munity Council, in commemoration
of Jerusalem Day, May 23.
Jerusalem Day commemorates
the event during the Six-Day War
when the Israeli Army entered the
Old City in Jerusalem and united
the Holy City.
For a poster, send a stamped, self-
addressed envelope to Rubin Dobin
at the Far Rockaway Jewish Com-
munity Council, Box 62, Far Rock-
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away, New York 11691. The poster
is put out by the Barton Co.