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July 26, 1974 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

PUBLIC SALE!'

AFTER 28 YEARS OF
SERVICING THE DETROIT &
METROPOLITAN AREAS, WE,

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THE HOUSE OF LIVING ROOMS,

HAVE "LOST OUR LEASE"
AND MOST REGRETTABLY, ARE

GOIN
OUT OF
BUS1NE

CHOOSE FROM:

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Contemporary

Famous brand names

Spanish

Colonial



such as:




• Hibriten

Growth of Yiddish Studies
Related at YIVO Colloquium

`Sophie Tucker' Act
Entertains Seniors

Della Lande's impersona-
tion of Sophie Tucker was
a highlight of the Flint's
Senior Friendship Club's But-
zel Follies, held recently at
the senior adult camp.
Other featured artists were
Belle Frankel, who let the
chorus line, and Israel Send-
ler. Also participating were
Tillie Wexler, Bessie Seder-
sky, Herman Acker, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Horvitz and Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Greenbaum.

Max Klurstein, 65,
Longtime Resident

Max Klurstein, a resident
of Flint for the past 50 years,
died July 18 at age 65.
Mr. Klurstein was born in
Russia. He retired in 1969
from the Chevrolet Parts
plant.
He is survived by his wife,
Regina; a son, Arthur of
Goodrich; two daughters,
Mrs. Donald Diamond and
Mrs. Marvin Siegel, both of
Woodland Hills, Calif.; two
brothers, Saul of Oak Park
and Sam of Argentina; a
sister, Mary of Los Angeles;
and four grandchildren.

• Century ,

Council Dinner Set

Country French

• Parsons

English

• Kenmar

The annual dinner of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council will be held Sept.
8, announces Dr. Ira Marder,
chairman. Stdve Cohen, pro-
fessor at City College of New
York and head of the North
American Jewish Students
Appeal, will be guest speak-
er.

Traditional

Italian

Recliners

• Silvercraft



• Directional



• Weiman

Bedding •

• Hekman

Sofas

Tables



• Thayer Coggin

Lamps

• Sara-Scott

• American of

Accessories

Hanging Fixtures



Martinsville

• Ello • Hill

and Chandeliers

Mirrors



• Meyer-Gunther-

Imported Paintings

Martini

Graphics

• Hammary

Finest in

• Hickory

Name-Brand

• Chair-Craft

Furniture

• Founders

• Simmons

• Sealy

City of Royal Oak

• Strata Lounger

License No.

• Medallion

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Saturday 10-5:30

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Friday, July 26, 1974-17

NEW YORK — A Yiddish
Studies Colloquium was con-
vened here by the YIVO
Institute for Jewish Research
under joint sponsorship of
Columbia University, Hebrew
University Jerusalem), Mc-
Gill University (Montreal)
and the culture department
of the World Jewish Con-
gress (Jerusalem).
Courses in Yiddish language
and literature are currently
offered at some 30 universi-
ties. Columbia University, in
conjunction with YIVO's Max
Weinreich Center for Ad-
vanced Jewish Studies, is the
only institution in America
to offer advanced degrees in
Yiddish Studies, although
McGill University has begun
to develop a graduate pro-
gram in Yiddish Studies as
well. The Columbia Univer-
sity program features courses
in Yiddish linguistics, litera-
ture, folklore, and ethnogra-
phy in addition to Yiddish
language instruction at all
levels.

Participants at the collo-
quium represented universi-
ties in the United States,
Canada and Israel. Included
*ere Duke University, UCLA,
Harvard, Queens College,
City College of New York,

Yet will I remember the
covenant which I made with
you in the days of your
youth, and I will establish an
everlasting covenant with
you.—Ezekiel 16:60.

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for reservations and information about our
Somerset Holiday weekend that includes
complimentary breakfast and cinema tickets
for two. It's the kind of weekend you'd go a long
way for, but isn't it nice you don't have to?

Torah Scrolls Sought
to Commemorate
Israel's War Dead

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi
Joseph Ralbag, special emis-
sary from the ministries of
religious affairs and defense,
has arrived in the U. S. on
a mission to obtain Torah
scrolls for synagogues in Is-
rael mainly for commemor-
ating the soldiers who died
during the Yom Kippur War.
A great number of the be-
reaved families who have
lost sons and husbands in the
war have been appealing
time and again to the minis-
try of defense to dedicate
Sifrei Torah for the com-
memoration of their dear
ones.
An extensive list of such
requests has been compiled
in the ministry but thus far
only a small part of it could
be filled due to the acute
shortage of Sifrei Torah in
Israel.
Rabbi Ralbag expressed
his
confidence that every
rabbi, president, officer and
member of synagogues will
want to do the utmost to re-
lieve some of the suffering
of those bereaved families by
giving a Sefer Torah for Is-
rael.
Rabbi Ralbag said those
who wish to donate Sifrei
Torah should deliver them • to
the National Council of
Young Israel, 3 W. 16th St.,
New York, N. Y. 10011.

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College, and the Universities
of A r i z o n a, Washington,
Michigan, Minnesota, Penn-
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Jerusalem.

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