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September 10, 1971 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-10

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Sholem Aleichem Sets
Holiday Assemblies

William Feinberg, president of
the Sholem Aleichem Institute, an-
nounces the annual holiday assem-
blies will be held at Pepper Ele-
mentary School, Oak Park, on
Sept. 20 (Rosh Hashana), at 10
a.m.; Sept. 28 (Kol Nidre), 8 p.m.;
and Sept. 29 (Yom Kippur), at
10 a.m.

Barbara Tobias to Wed Attorney Leonard
Mr. Gordon Next June to Discuss Soviet

Jews at Akiva PTA

The Sholem Aleichem holiday
assemblies utilize specially pre-
pared makhzorim containing ma-
terial culled from old and new
Jewish sources, Hebrew and Yid-
dish prose and poetry. The empha-
sis is on a humanistic approach
to man's relationship to his felflow
man.

An invitation is extended to all.
For information, call the Insti-
?, 557-5750.

al•

MISS BARBARA TOBIAS

SubuniaAN

NEW FALL HOURS
Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sat.
9:30 to 5:00
SUN. 12 to 4
Thurs. & Fri.
9:30 to 9:00

9 Mile & Coolidge

Oak Park Center

Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Tobias
of Sherfield Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Lynn to Robert
Jay Gordon, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Irving E. Gordon of Orchard Lake
Rd., Orchard Lake.

Miss Tobias, a graduate of the
University of Wisconsin, is work-
ing on her masters degree in so-
cial work at the University of
Michigan. Mr. Gordon, a U. of M.
graduate, is attending law school
at Boston University.

The couple plans to marry in
June.

The OAKLAND COMMUNITY
CENTER, at Oak Park Blvd. and
Coolidge Highway, Oak Park, of-
fers a complete program of college
credit classes days, evenings and
on Saturdays. Classes also will be
at Oak Park Carver School. Regis-
tration continues through Saturday.
Classes began Wednesday. For in-
formation, call the school, .548-5595.

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GOOD NEWS

OAK MANOR
KOSHER CATERERS

Formerly on 7 Mile & Wyoming ;

Is Now Taking Bookings

for Weddings, Bar Mitzvas,
Showers, Etc.

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( North of 12 Mile'.)

As in the past we will offer the best in catering at
the most reasonable prices.

Private Rooms from 30 People & Up Available

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Under Strict Orthodox Supervision.

Your Host Mr. & Mrs. Herskovic

Robert F. Leonard, prosecuting
attorney for Genesee County, will
be guest speaker at the first PTA
meeting held by Akiva Hebrew
Day School 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Rube, 27444 Bell, Southfield. The
meeting will con-
clude in time for
Selihot services.
Leonard, a
Roman Catholic,
recently entered
the Soviet Union
ostonsibly as a
tourist with the
d i r e c t commis-
sion of the Na-
: tional District
Leonard Attorneys Asso-
ciation to determine the official
basis for the arrests of Jews in
Leningrad; Riga, Moscow and
Kishinev. His topic will be "Why
We Must Not Remain Passive
About Soviet Jewry."
Arnold Michlin, on the steering
committee of the Detroit Action
Committee on Soviet Jewry, will
introduce the prosecuting attorney.
Faculty members and parents
of new students in Akiva will be
introduced.
Program chairmen are Mrs.
Benno Levi and Mrs. Bert Schrei-
ber.

`Fiddler' Film Benefit
Is Mapped by Akiva

Akiva Day School is accepting
reservations for the benefit screen
showing of "Fiddler on the Roof"
8:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at the Northland
Theater.
All seats in the theater have
been made avai:able for Akiva's
guests, but David Kruger, chair-
man of the movie night, announced
that any community organization
wishing to sponsor a theater party
the same evening is welcome to
reserve a section of the theater
for its own members.
Early reservations to assure a
choice selection of seats may be
made by calling Akiva, 354-4664.
Checks should be sent to the
school's new building, 21550 W. 12
Mile, Southfield. All proceeds will
benefit Akiva and are tax deduct-
ible.

Griffin to Address
ADL Meeting

Senate "whip" Robert P. Grif-
fin will be the major speaker at
the annual meeting of the Michi-
gan Regional Ad-
visory Board of
the Anti-Defama-
tion League of
Bnai Brith 11
a.m. Sunday at
Holiday Inn,
Southfield.
ADL Board
Chairman R o n -
ald M. Rothstein
invites the cam-
munity to that Sen. Griffin
portion of the meeting when Grif-
fin speaks.
Sen. Griffin was elected assistant
minority leader in 1969 and re-
elected iast January. First elected
to Congress in 1956, he was ap-
pointed to the Senate by then
Governor Romney in May 1966.
Fe was elected to the Senate in
November 1966 for a full six-year
term. Born in Detroit, Senator Grif-
fin now resides in Traverse City
and Bethesda, Md.

WILLIAM GERSHENSON, pres-
ident of Pontchartrain Hotel, will
be one of three men to be hon-
ored with the Knights of Charity
Award by Maryglade College, at
a dinner, Nov. 20, at Raleigh
House. The other honorees are
Lawrence V. Nagle and Lynn A.
Townsend.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 10, 1971-39
A one-week drive aimed at re-
cruiting 510 blood program volun-
teers was announced for Sept. 20
by the SOUTHEASTERN MICHI-
GAN CHAPTER, American Na-
tional Red Cross. The drive will
cover the tri-county area. Mrs.
T. W. Huebenthal of Grosse Pointe
Farms is chairman.

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Announcing the new location of
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WE APOLOGIZE

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shortly, for new sizes and patterns are on
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From the depths of our brand new, grand new
store, a sincere "thank you" for your generous
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constant aim is to merit your confidence and
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