A $15 contrihuffon to the'Torch Collegians
Drive will provide 120 gla.ss tubes
for blood uteri" in diabetes and
More Events, With
Camping Jan. 28
`Portraits in Light'
Scheduled Jan. 15
GRE-ENFIELD VILLAGE AND
HENRY FORD MUSEUM will
show the 1913 D. W. Griffith
movie, "JUDITH OF BETHULIA"
2 and 4 p.m. Sunday at the Mu-
seum Theater. Based on the Book
of Judith, this was the first
Its first coffee house having
drawn more than 130 collegians,
the MAJCS (Michigan Associa-
tion of Jewish College Students)
is looking ahead to bigger and
better things, including a week-
end at Camp Tamarack Jan. 28.
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Sholem Aleichem Institute will
present its second Moishe Haar
Memorial Foundation event of the
MADE IN MICHIGAN
season—an Evening of Dramatic
Readings with a Contemporary
UNITED TABLE PAD CO.
Perspective 8:30 p.m. Jan.
Our 30th Year
at the Jewish Center. Reuben
and Dorothy Silver will offer "Por-
traits in Light and Shadow." The
For information, call Jerry Ko- public is invited at no charge.
hen, DI 1-4200.
STERI ZATION IN/FORMATION
Dr. Silver is theater director of
the Karamu Theater in Cleveland
recently has been- named ad-
junct professor of theater arts at
■ Obstacles to Become
Case-Western Reserve University.
( 313) 358-4672
Dorothy Silver has made frequent
Attorney at Age 43
appearances at Karamu Theater
Life begins at 43 for Harvey as actress and director.
Woods. The former automobile
dealer has finally completed four
years of night law school, gradu-
ated with high honors, passed the
1.1••1• ■ MI
state bar exam and been sworn
in as an attorney.
Geller's achievement, special as
All capital stock of SCHILLER
it is for a man who already spent MILLINERY STORES, a family-
two decades in the business world, owned company with nine special-
is even more special considering ty shops in the Detroit area, has
he suffered a heart attack prior been acquired by the S. S. Kresge
to the bar exam last summer.
Co., it was announced by S. How-
An appeal to the state board ard Schiller, president of the
of bar examiners for an unsched- chain, and Ralph D. Schiller Jr.,
uled bar exam was granted to executive vice president. Schiller
Geller. It was the second time in has been operating fashion-acces-
history that such a request had sory departments, including millin-
ery, handbags,. wigs and other
Geller passed the exam in
women's accessories, in K-Mart
mid-December, and an individ-
stores since 1962. Projected sales
ual swearing-in ceremony was
volume for the current fiscal year
all winter robes
held last Friday in the court-
is $42,000,000. Basically, the stores
room of Wayne County Circuit
will continue to be run by its
- Between 1114 8 12 Mile
Judge James Montante.
present management, the Schil-
399-7869 Mon. thru Fri. 10:30-4:00
Geller, who never missed a class lers said.
in four years, will practice with
the law firm of Nelson Chase in
A VITALITY SHOP has just
Southfield. He was sworn in to opened at Tel-Twelve Mall by
practice in federal court Monday Kirke Moore, -president of Vitality
before U.S. District Court Judge Unlimited, Inc. The first store of
a national chain, it specializes in
Present for the swearing-in cere- health foods, dietetic foods, natural
mony were Geller's wife Barbara vitamins and organic cosmetics.
and two daughters. He also has Moore explained that health foods
have been grown without the use
of chemical fertilizers or caustic
pesticides and are packaged with-
out chemical preservatives. The
GLASSES THE SAME DAY
shop is decorated in hot pink, tur-
BETH ABRAHAM -HILL EL quoise and chartreuse, with accents
Bifocals& unusual prescriptions
MEN'S CLUB will present the by black and white photo murals
• Most fromes repaired e. rolsio‘m,
third program in its 10th anniver- which describe the products on
sary breakfast forum series 10 display.
• fist quality
• large selection of fashion from.
a.m. Sunday in the synagogue. Dr.
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Adrian Kantrowitz will speak on
Wayne State University's stu-
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"The Impact of Heart Surgery on den body has increased 66 per
the Community." The public is in- cent in the last decade, from 21,-
534 students in 1959-60 to 35,655
in the fall of 1970.
BETH ACHIM MEN'S CLUB
will present a panel discussion
8 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue on "Alienated Jewish Youth
—How Can We Reach Them?"
Jack Mittlemarr, men's club presi-
and Arthur Farber, program
COMPLETE WITH SET
chairman, announce that Rabbis
Ernst Conrad of Temple Kol Ami,
Jonas Goldberg of Cong. Arias
Shalom and Mordechai Weiss of
Cong. Bnai David will comprise
HAIRCUT CT SET
Friday, January 7, 1972-35
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA ?
The coffee house, held at the
Jewish Center, included folk sing-
ing by Michael Vranick, hypnosis
demonstration by Roger Skully and
Israeli - dancing and singing led
by Abraham Ben Zev.
Future coffee houses, a news-
paper and the camp weekend will
be discussed at an MAJCS meeting
2 p.m. Sunday at the Center.
Yaacov Orland, artistic director
of the Haifa Theater, as well as
poet and playwright, will be pres-
ent at the meeting and will serve
as resource person at the Colle-
giate Camp Weekend.
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TUES. & WED.
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The WOMEN'S SYMPHONY OF
DETROIT will have its first cock--
tail dance of the season 9 p.m.
Jan. 15 at the King's Arms Sup-
per Club. The public is welcome.
Co-hosts- are Mrs. Helen Caniff,
president, and Mrs. Henrietta
Lewis. For information, call Mrs.
Caniff. 933-7763, or Mrs. Lewis,
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