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September 14, 1973 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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Assumes Howard
University Post

Israel's Dignity

What I have learned from
Jewish life is that if a man
is not more than human then
he is less than human. Juda-
ism is an attempt to prove
that, in order to be a man,
you have to be more than a
man, that, in order to be a
people, we have to be more
than a people. Israel was
made to be a "holy people."
This is the essence of its
dignity and the essence of
its merit. Judaism is a link
to eternity, kinship with ul-
timate reality.
—Abraham Heschel

MICHAEL A. GOODLE-
MAN has been appointed as-
sistant operations director of
WDET-FM, Wayne State Uni-
viersity's public radio station
in Detroit.

SOMERSET MALL
Antique
Show & Sale

Troy, Mich.

Sept. 17 thru 22nd

Monday - Tuesday -
Wednesday - Saturday
9:30-5:30

Thursday - Friday,
9:30 to 9

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

041

SimaierasielrAtt

Dr. Isaac Franck, former
executive director of the De-
troit Jewish Community
Council, has joined the fac-
ulty of Howard University,
Washington, D.C., as profes-
sor in its department of
philosophy. Dr. Franck is
retiring as executive vice
president of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Greater
Washington, a post he has
held for 25 years, having as-
sumed it after resigning his
Detroit affiliation. He will be
honored by the Washington
community at a luncheon
Oct. 9 at the Washington
Hilton Hotel.

Free Admission

Free Parking

grai
ill di

See Our New Addition of
Super Fall Fashions
in Sizes 8-10

13721 W. 11 Mile
1 Block West of Coolidge
Diore Bldg.

FOR QUICK SALE

OF YOUR UNWANTED USED FURS

El-Mars Suburban Shop

Eleanor Heyman

Marion Feuerman

WE CAN SELL YOUR MINK COATS,

JACKETS, STOLES

FUN FURS, PERSIANS, BROADTAIL FURS,
FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS, etc.

El-Mars Furs

13661 W. 11 Mile, just West of Coolidge
Oak Park, Mich. (Across from A & P)

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

Business Briefs

An exhibit of paintings and
crafts will be held through
Sept. 23 of the LIVONIA
MALL. Michigan artists and
craftsmen will display ob-
ects of wood, metal, wire,
ceramics, hand-tooled leath-
er, creative jewelry, lapidary
and tole work. Each day of
the exhibit will feature dem-
onstrations in easel painting
and sculpture. Portrait artist
Bob Cox will also be fea-
tured. Hours are 9:30 a.m.-9
p.m. Mondays through Satur-
days and noon-5 p.m. Sunday.
* *
THE
NEXT
STEP, a shoe
The United States them-
selves are essentially the store for the entire family,
greatest poem.—Walt Whit- has opened at its Orchard
Mall location. The store,
man.
decorated in a contemporary
style, is managed by Larry
Ochs, whose family has been
in the shoe business for many
years. Ed Gittleman, former-
ly with Marty Fuerst, is
Ochs' associate.

"Our Name Says it all"

Open Mon.-Fri. 11-4
Phone 542-4455

Sept. 14-16—Dedication Weekend at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. Ceremony 1:30 p.m. Sunday; Dr. Max Arzt,
speaker. Free. Prof. Samuel Dash, banquet speak-
er, 7 p.m. Sunday. Reservations.
Sept. 15-16—"New Directions" workshops sponsored by
the Labor Zionist Alliance at Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Dr. Judah Shapiro, keynote speaker. Re-
servations. 851-1606.
Sept. 16-6:30 p.m.—Rabbi Moses Lehrman Testimonial
Dinner at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Dr. Max Arzt, speak-
er. Reservations.
Sept. 17—Noon—Max Dimont: "Will the Real Jewish His-
tory Step Forward Please," sponsored by Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood, at temple. Reservations.
UN 3-7769.
Sept. 20-6 p.m.—Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan University
Annual Dinner, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Rivka
Raz, guest artist. Reservations. 398-7180.

11 A.M. to 4 P.M.

o phone calls please.

JOE CORNELL

BALLROOM DANCING

Is BACK BIG!

WE ARE REGISTERING NOW

FOR FALL CLASSES

CHILDREN, TEENS & ADULTS

25222 Greenfield

543.0183

Oak Park

Henry K. Martin's AC-
TOR'S TRUNK, packed with
fairytale characters, circus
clowns and funny animals
will appear at NORTHLAND
CENTER in Penney-Hudson
Square Tuesday through
Sept. 22. Hours are 4 and 7
p.m. Tuesday through Sept.
21, and 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Sept 22. Admission is free.
For information, call Victor
Gamez, promotion manager,
356-3000.

T h e SHERATON - CADIL-
LAC HOTEL has opened the
KLIP-JOINT, a cocktail
lounge resembling an old-time
barber shop, on the lobby
floor of the hotel. The fourth
such lounge in the Sheraton
chain, it will be open 11 a.m.-
2 a.m. Mondays through Sat-
urdays and noon-2 a.m. Sun-
day. Entertainment will be-
gin 5 p.m. Mondays through
Fridays.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Sept. 14, 1973-43

Nahal Gilgal Outpost Becomes a Kibutz

JERUSALEM— Nahal Gil- Jordan Valley to pass into
gal, founded in 1969, became civilian hands.
At the settlement, desig-
the third outpost of the army
nated as a kibutz, the Keren
pioneer settlers corps in the
Kayemet is reclaiming some
3,000 dunams (750 acres) of
William M. Landau, presi- land in addition to the 300
dent of the Jewish Telegraph- dunams of vegetables already
ic Agency, announced the ap- under cultivation. Channels
pointment of ADAM LOSS and embankments, protect-
of Paris as- a member of ing the fields from winter
the JTA board of directors. flash floods, have been con-
Loss is the deputy director structed.
general of the central Jewish
welfare agency in France,
George Weingarden's
Fonds Sociale Juif Unifie,
concerned with Jewish
and secretary general of
education—his Wife
"Arche," a monthly maga-
zine devoted to French Jud-
Libby is busy too—
raising a
aism.

QUARTER
MILLION DOLLARS —

The Sims Puppet &
Magic Show

for the

Hadassah

Ideal Choice for Children's
Birthdays and Organization
affairs.

HOSPITAL
Won't You Help?

557-4692

M ack

BR 3-5441

f or the , 2Nicriminating ,

Pill and

Orchestra

358-3642

LET DAVID WACHLER AND

SONS REDESIGN YOUR
WORN-OUT OR OUTMODED
JEWELRY. MANY BEAUTIFUL
CONTEMPORARY AND
TRADITIONAL DESIGNS
ON DISPLAY.


WINNERS OF THE MOST COVETED

Kaufmans See
50th Year in
Furniture Sales

HONORS IN JEWELRY DESIGN
Aaron Brooks, Robert V.
THE DIAMONDS INTERNATIONAL
Schechter, and George R.
?'
AWARD AND FIRST PRIZE IN THE
Terebelo, all of Southfield
AMERICAN DIAMOND JEWELRY
have qualified as members
COMPETI1 ION.
of the 1973 Top Club of NEW
YORK LIFE INSURANCE
DaVid JaCilicr and
The B. Kaufman building CO.
a
.
on Woodward Ave. in Royal
lUatiVe
Oak represents 50 years of
:4700 NORTHWESTERN HWY AT
dedication to the furniture
10 MILE AND EVERGREEN IN THE I OPfor
business.
OF AMERICAN SAVINGS BUILDING
SOUTHFIELD. MICHIGAN
Photography
Kaufman Furniture is cel-
TELEPHONE 356-7322
MICHIGAN BANKARD MASTERCHAFIGE
ebrating its golden anniver-
Weddin gs • Bar Mitzvas
sary-50 years since Bernard
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PHONE F OR AN APPoiN Wt. N1
643-7392
Kaufman, a German Jewish
immigrant, began his uphol-
stering business in a small
shop on E. Jefferson. The
new three-story Woodward
building was dedicated to the
late Mr. Kaufman.
At the beginning Mr. Kauf-
man and his wife, Rose, were
the only salespeople in the
store. They bought a used
pick-up truck for deliveries.
As customers demanded
custom-built living room fur-
12945 West 7 Mile Rd. UN 2-9300 — UN 2-7980
niture, the Kaufmans ex-
panded their operations to
a site at Hastings and Pal-
Announces the Opening
mer. At the Hastings store,
the Kaufmans had one sales-
of Their Two New Locations at
man and eight upholsterers
and carried a complete line
30760 SOUTHFIELD RD. at 13 Mile
646-7159
of furniture. There, Mr. Kauf-
(FORMERLY COUNTRY CORNER BAKE SHOP)
man designed the first Kauf-
man product, a kidney-shap-
15744 West 7 Mile Rd.
VE 7-1977
ed sofa.
(Formerly Weiss Bakery & Pastry)
In need of larger facilities,
the Kaufmans moved from
Hastings to 12th St. and
Hazelwood, then to a loca-
tion on Grand River with a
W. Chicago Blvd. adjunct,
and finally to the Woodward
lb
headquarters.
Although Mr. Kaufman
died in 1964, his wife, son-in
Under Supervision of the Council of Orthodox
law and daughter have car-
Rabbis of Greater Detroit
ried on the business. One of
his employes, Carloss Davon
has been with Kaufman Fur-
niture since 1953.

MICHAEL KAPUT

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