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December 21, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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34—Friday, Dec. 21, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth El `Mitzva' for Providence

A three-year-old tradition mas with their families. Club
will continue this holiday members and their wives
season when members of will staff services normally
Temple Beth El volunteer covered by Our Lady of
their services to Providence Providence League and
Hospital Monday evening and American Red Cross volun-
Tuesday. teers.
The Yuletide service pro-
In addition, the Temple
ject is sponsored by the Beth Beth El Youth Group Chorale
El Men's Club so that the will entertain the hospital's
hospital's Christian volun- patients.
teers can enjoy the Christ-
The 1973 Providence pro-
ject is headed by Henry M.
Desmon.
"Words cannot adquately
express the gratitude the
Providence staff and volun-
teers have for the Temple
for your party
Beth El members' service,"
said Dorothy Wood, director
of volunteers services.

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Federation Allocates $412,980 for National Agencies

University, $2,500; Jewish
Allocations to national are Bnai Brith Hine' Foun- recommendation of appro-' Teachers Seminary-Herzliah,
agencies totaling $412,980, an dations, $49,150, inclusive of priations to national agen- $1,100, and the National Con-
approximate 10 per cent in- specific funding of projects cies total $61,900. The Ameri- ference of Jewish Communal
crease over last year's simi- on the Wayne State and Uni- can Association for Jewish Service, $600.
Education received $27,500,
lar appropriations, were ap- versity of Michigan cam-
The allocation recommen-
proved at a recent board of puses; Jewish Occupational a $4,000 increase over 1972. dations were submitted by
governors meeting of the Council, $3,900; National The Joint Cultural Appeal Judge Lawrence Gubow,
was allocated $30,200, which
Jewish Welfare Federation, Jewish Welfare Board, $46,-
represents another $4,000 in- chairman of the community
chaired by Mandell Berman, 000. The Council of Jewish
Federations and W e l f are crease for its component relations division; Arnold
president.
members — American Jew- Faudman, chairman of the
In prior action this year, Funds and the Large City
ish
Historical Society, Hista- health and welfare division,
Budgeting
Conference
re-
the board approved expendi-
drut Ivrit, Jewish Publica- and Julian Tobias, who heads
ceive
dues
of
$39,615
and
$4,-
tures of some $3,300.000 from
tion Society, National Foun- the education division. All
the Allied Jewish Campaign 215 respectively.
recommendations were re-
The Bnai Brith youth ser- dation for Jewish Culture,
for the operating and capital
viewed in detail by Federa-
YIVO-Institute
for
Jewish
requirements of 18 different vice allocation was $6,600
tion Executive Committee
Research
and
others.
Also
Detroit service programs and more than in 1972. The JWF
Chairman Alan E. Schwartz.
Federation member agencies governors approved this in- receiving funds are Dropsie
1
1C==MC=41=4
for 1973-74. These local and creased level of activities for
1=0,
national allocations are in college-age youth program-
addition to a sum in excess ming to encourage greater
of $9,200.000 available for awareness of Jewish con-
appropriations to the over- cerns by the Jewish student
seas and Israel beneficiaries populations. Funds allocated
to the two local campus
Owner Lillian Kolp
of the 1973 AJC-IEF.
National agencies in the agencies are used for pur-
community relations budget poses that include social and
and planning division were cultural programs and Jew-
appropriated $208,200 with ish student publications.
the increased support intend.
The education division's
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The American Jewish Com-
Assorted Selection
mittee and the Anti-Defama-
Perspectives, a new artist's
Reduced For All Ages
tion League, the two largest association, along with DOUG
beneficiaries. each received HOFFMAN LTD., will pre-
$56,100. Federation also ap- sent an evening of holiday
proved funds to the following gift ideas 8:30 p.m. today at
agencies: American Jewish Doug Hoffman Ltd., New
Congress. $38.500; Jewish Orleans Mall. A presentation
Labor Committee, $17,000; of photography, weaving,
Bob Nowak Optician
Jewish War Veterans, $10,- jewelry and painting will
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$21,500; National Confe r- modeling of high - fashion
In The Pick Wick Shopping Center
ence on Soviet Jewry, $7.500: men's wear.
*
*
and Synagogue Council of
Tues. Wed., Thurs., 9 to 5:30,
America, $1.500.
THE EXPECTATION
Fri. 9 to 8, Sat. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
National health and wel- SHOP, with stores in Grosse
Laboratory On The Premises
fare agencies received allo- Pointe and Birmingham, op-
cations of $142,880, $12,000 ened the chain's third ma-
over the corresponding fig- ternity apparel shop in the
ures in 1972. The agencies Pontiac Mall.

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THE PHOTOGALLERY will
hold a special holiday cele-
bration each evening through
Monday at its Ferndale loca-
tion, 701 Livernois. Fine art
photograph y, portfolios,
books, dominoes, frames and
calendars will be displayed.
For information, call the
gallery, 399-3111.

NEW YEARS EVE BALL

Mon., Dec. 31, 1973 — 9 p.m.
at the B'nai David Synagogue
24350 Southfield

Prof. ESRA GALUN, head
of the Weizmann Institute's
plant genetics department,
will be the first incumbent of
• Music by Eric Rosenow
*
the Irene and David Schwartz
Chair of Plant Genetics, es-
• Sit Down Dinner
NANCY J. RIBLET has
tablished at the institute by been promoted to production
David Schwartz of New York. and traffic manager of Yaffe
• Cocktails & Breakfast
*
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Stone August, Inc. Her pro-
Donation S18 per person, make your reservations early and call
District Judge CLARENCE motion was announced by
Sol Kleinman, ticket chariman, KE 5-3589; Abe Weberman, pres.,
A. REID, Jr.. has been unan- YSA President Fred Yaffe
626-6903; Jack Waksberg, 1st vice pres., 548-6785; Leon Gut-
ininusly re-elected presiding and YSA Vice President and
man, 2nd vice pres., 986-4878; Leon Halpern, ex pres., 353-
judge of the 46th District Director of Creative Services
9237 ; Ida Glogover, 543-9586.
Court, Southfield, for the Robert J. Pevac.
coming year. Judge Reid has
been a judge in Southfield
even prior to its incorpora-
tion as a city, having been
elected a justice of the peace
in 195'1 and then municipal
judge in 1958, and was elect-
ed a district judge upon the
formation of the District
Courts in 1969.
*
ROBERT PRENTIS MOR-
RIS, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester J. Morris, was ad-
mitted to the Bar in Michi-
gan Wednesday, after having
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passed the bar in Wisconsin
six months ago. He is an
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honors graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and has
his law degree from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin. The
grandson of Mrs. Meyer L.
Prentis and the late Mr.
Prentis, he is married to the
former Betteanne Sostrin of
BOBYE GREEN'S
Lincolnwood, Ill.

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