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June 18, 1971 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-18

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32—Friday, June 18, 1971

Hillel Day School Antique Finder's Show Designed as Fun Fest for Families

To help retire obligations for the Antique Finder's Show will be held
new Hillel Day School building and Sunday through Tuesday at the
help defray ongoing operating ex- school.
penses, the first Hillel Day School
One of the biggest antique shows
in the Midwest this year, it has
been deliberately designed for peo-
ple whom chairman Mrs. Eliot
Charlip calls "antique ferrets."
Mrs. Charlip described the show
The Jewish Center again is offer- as a fun event "where you can
ing summer vacation passes for find things—just the right accent
college students, entitling holders for that problem corner or nook,
to all privileges of regular Center the perfect gift for your uncle who
membership, including the use of already has a rhinoceros-foot urn-
the gym and pool.
New freshmen who do not have Mr. and Mrs. Group
the required college ID should
bring a high school ID card. Stu- Announces Officers
dents may apply for the pass
At a recent meeting of the Mr.
whenever their vacations begin, at and Mrs. Group of the City of
the cashier's window.
Hope, officers to serve a two-year
A college discussion group series term were elected. They are Buddy
will begin Wednesday. For infor- Nathanson, president; Ruby Sam-
mation, call the group services son, vice president; Herma Cohn,
division, DI 1-4200.
secretary; and Sarah Fishkind,
* * *
Charles Hop t-
Registration Closing
m a n, outgoing
president, w a s
for Center 1st Session
cited for his six-
Registration for first session
year term of of-
summer programs for children
fice with the pre-
and youth, June 28-July 23, will
of a
close Monday. Registration is open
gold watch, com-
to non-members. Transportation is
memorating h i s
provided to most areas.
dedication to the
Second session is July 26-Aug. 20. City of Hope National Medical
A new mother-toddler class on Center in Durate, Calif.
Tuesday mornings is being offered
at the main building.
: For program information, call Encyclopedia Judaica
group services division, DI 1-4200. Honors Rabbi's Memory

Vacation Passes
Offered at Center

This summer the Center plans
. weekends at the day camp site of
Camp Tamarack at Ortonville.
There will be a Father and Son
Weekend July 9-11 and a Family
Weekend July 2-5.
Participants live in tents, cook
their own food, swim, boat and
Transportation is provided. One
of the participants must be a
Center member.

The JeWish Center again will
provide a pre-school program in
the fall both inside the Center
main building and outdoors in the
playground area.
Registration is open to non-
members on a first-come, first-
served basis, although registration
is open to members only until
Aug. 1.
Transportation will be available.
Youngsters can attend five morn-
ings a week, five afternoons a
week, or two or three mornings
or afternoons a week.
For information, call Cheryl
Guyer, DI 1-4200.
* *
This summer, the Jewish Center
is initiating a camp program for
Jewish adults age 60 and older
at the Butzel Conference Center,
Camp Tamarack, Ortonville.
There will be two one-week ses-
sions. The first, July 26-Aug. 1,
will feature swimming, boating,
fishing, art lessons, craft sessions,
singing, dancing and socials.
' The second week, Aug. 2-8, will
be a seminar week, with Abe
Dishell serving as chairman. There
will lectures, book reviews and
' Registration for Center members
-is open now, and registration for
non-members will begin July 6.
For information, call the Jewish
Center, DI 1-4200.



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Back Door

28631 Southfield
S of 12 Mile


JERUSALEM—On the occasion
of the first anniversary of the
death of Prof. Cecil Roth, the 17th
of Sivan, June 9, a memorial serv-
ice was held in the Italian Syna-
gogue which he used to attend in
Jerusalem, under the auspices of
the Italian Synagogue and the En-
cyclopedia Judaica.
Prof. Roth guided the path of
the Encyclopedia Judaica from the
time work on it began in Jerusalem
in 1966 and regarded it as the cul-
mination of his life's work.
Work on the encyclopedia is con-
tinuing according to plan. All of
the material has now been written
and sent to the press. The first
six volumes (covering the letter
Ha) were on display to the public
for the first time at the Jerusalem
International Book Fair. The in-
tensive schedule still to be met
calls for the printing of the remain-
ing volumes—completing a total of
15, including Volume One, the in-
dex volume — by November. Ar-
rangements also have been com-
pleted with Macmillan Publishing
Co. for distribution in the United
Encyclopedia Judaica will be the
first complete major Jewish en-
cyclopedia since before World War

brella stand, little things that are
bright and gay, and beautiful."
Adding to the fun will be a
barbershop quartet, an old-fash-
ioned candy emporium, a score
of unpredictable special events
each day and young and old
aides in period costumes.
A 1931 Model-A Ford Runabout
with a mother-in-law seat will be
given to a finder on the last day
of the show.
The show will open with a spe-

cial, invitational champagne pre-
view 9 p.m. Sunday, and will be
open from noon to 11 p.m. Sunday
and Monday and noon to 6 p.m.
Tuesday. For information, call the
school, 451-2397.

Candy Centerpieces
Personalized Party
Invitations and Party Ac.
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And His Orchestra

Murray Platt Elected


Hillel President

Murray Platt, a junior at Wayne
State University, was elected
president of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation there recently.
Other officers are Jack Simko-
vitz, vice president; Gail Abrin,
secretary; and Joanne Miller,
Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Platt of Karen Ave., Oak Park,
is affiliated with Young Israel of
Oak-Woods. He is planning to
study at Hebrew University this
The new president said Hillel
will participate in a seminar on
Israel and American Jewry, spon-
sored by the Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration, this fall at WSU.


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You Must See It To Appreciate it!


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Closed - Monday

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Recreation Bldg.

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Wednesday 9:30 A.M.

10 Mile & NW Highway
Monday-10:30 A.M.
Tuesday-7:30 P.M.

Nursery Care Provided

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Worth Your Time



• Dubb's Country Kitchen
• Sherri's
• Efros Prescriptions
• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Bud Rollins Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shops
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service
• Ala's Barber Shop
• Room At The Bottom
• Doug Hoffman, Ltd.




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