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August 30, 1974 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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Course in Judaism
Planned at U. of D.

Fashions Merge With Israel Bond Aims

A resident lectureship, an
: accredited course in Judaism,
has been endowed by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society
for the 1974-75 academic year
at the University of Detroit.
The course will be taught by
Rabbi Richard Hertz.
A total of 163 courses have
_ been initiated by the society,
with many still being contin-
ued by the colleges under
their own funding.

Coolidge-9 Mile
Oak Park Center

An hour's display of the
charms that stem from Is-
rael's creative fashion indus-
try was merged, Monday
night, at the Israel Bonds
dinner, at the Shaarey Zedek,
as an emphasis on the sup-
port given by Bonds to the
great needs for industrial de-
velopment in Israel.
The event combined, the
leaderships of the men's
groups, under the chairman-
ship of David Pollack, and
those of the women's divi-
sion headed by Mrs. Pollack.
Mrs. Morris (Golda) Adler,
eloquent, articulate, with fre-
quent wit, commentated on
the fashions.
Mrs. Paul Borman, as
chairman of the committee
that arranged the fashion
show function, introduced the
guest speaker, the famed ac-
tress Shelley Winters, who
was given the Masada Award
in behalf of the national Is-

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rael Bond Organization in ap-
preciation of her many years'
efforts in support of Israel.
David Pollack made the pre-
sentation.
Mrs. Pollack welcomed the
guests with introductory re-
marks reporting on the wo-
men's divisions programs.
Mrs. Borman reported that

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Business Briefs

HUDSON'S will present two
new shops in all its stores:
CONTEMPORARY COLLEC-
TIONS and THE INDIVIDU-
ALIST, opening Tuesday in
the Woodward Shops. The
shops will introduce a mod-
em mercandising concept
geared to the contemporary
lifestyle. A complete mix of
* * *

American Savings
Tells Appoinment

Richard W. Seaton has
been appointed assistant vice
president of American Sav-
ings' commercial loan divi-
sion.
Seaton, who joined Ameri-
can Savings in 1972, former-
ly served as a commercial
loan officer for the ,associa
tion. He was previously em-
ployed as an assistant branch
manager at another Detroit-
area bank.
A native Detroiter, Seaton
earned an economic degree
at Wayne State University
and is currently a master's
candidate in economics at
WSU.

* * *
Advertising Firm
Names New Heads

Charles G. Stone has been
named chairman of the board
and chief operating officer
and Charles F. Kleber has
been named president of
Stone and Simons Advertis-
ing, Inc., Southfield.
Stone, has been president
of Stone and Simons, and
Kleber, was senior vice presi-
dent and general manager of
Grey's Advertising's regional
operation.

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400 families had purchased
$1,000,000 worth of Israel
Bonds to assure the success
of the annual fashion show.
Miss Winters spoke of her
deep interest in American
Jewish activities and of her
links with Israel from the
time of her first visit there
in 1949.

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sportswear, dresses for day
and evening and outeryear
have been gathered in these
two areas totally devoted to
the contemporary woman.
* * *
CAPITOL SAVINGS AND
LOAN, has a new savings
plan especially geared to the
savings plan of each indi-
vidual account. Harold A.
Geppert, vice president and
manager of the Lathrup Vil-
lage office invites interested
persons to come in and get
details on a convenient sav-
ings program. Capital Savings
is located at 27215 Southfield,
559-4000.
* *
Seven area agents have
qualified as members of the
1974 Presidents Council of
NEW YORK LIFE INSUR-
ANCE CO.: Rudolf Leitman,
Ronald Schechter, Louis
Zuckerman, Harold Elson,
Joseph Primo, Jesse Ant-
man and Manuel Katzman.
C.
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Men's Clubs

ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
PHARMACEUTICAL FRA-
TERNITY will have its first
affair of the year 7 p.m.
Sept. 15 at the Franklin Pte.
Apts. club house. The event
will honor outgoing national
directorum, Burt Platt, and
the new national officers;
Gary Halper, bellarum for
the West; Lou Linden, board
member; Gerri Linden, bel-
larum for the women's na-
tional auxiliary; and Marilyn
Katzman, national tree chair-
man. Newly installed officers
include: directorum, Louis
Linden; sub-directorum, Gary
Helper; secretaries, Manny
Katzman and Danny Feber;
bellarum, Max Grant; com-
mittee chairmen, Nate Pack,
Carl Leibowitz, and Nate
Moiseeiv; good and welfare,
Harold Podolsky; and under-
graduate, Bruce Podolsy.
Among the guests will be
members from Ferris Chap-
ter and Mr. and Mrs. David
Rosenfield of Pittsburgh.

Patience may be a virtue,
but not when it is spent wait-
ing for something to turn up.

THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS

Friday, August 30, 1974 31

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Program Planners Institute,
`Involvement '74,' Due Sept. 22 ,

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit, in direct response to
requests by its affiliated or-
anizations, will hold its sec-
ond annual Program Planners
Institute for presidents, pro-
gram chairmen and organiza-
tional representatives 9 a.m.
Sept. 22 at the United Hebrew
Schools main building.
The institute, entitled "In-
volvement '74," reflects the
purpose of the institute; to
help individual organizations
to achieve better member
participation with techniques
for making maximum use of
volunteers, and to enlighten
all program planners, for in-
forniation and methods of
acquiring and using available
personnel, resource material,
equipment and new tech-

U. of M. Plans Local
Real Estate Classes

Two real estate courses of
interest to both novices and
professionals will be offered
here this fall by the state-
wide real estate program of
the University of Michigan's
extension service and gradu-
ate school of business admin-
istration.
The courses are required
parts of the program leading
to a U-M certificate in real
estate. The certificate is ap-
proved by the National As-
sociation of Realtors and the
Michigan Association of Real-
tors as meeting academic
qualifications toward the
Graduate, Realtors Institute
(GRI) designation.
"Real Estate Appraisal 1,"
to be taught by Realtor
Patrick H. Zimmerman, will
meet from 7 to 10 p.m. Mon-
days at Rackham Educa-
tional Memorial (Farns-
worth at Woodward) for 11
weeks beginning Sept. 9.
"Real Estate Law," taught
by Attorney Kenneth W.
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beginning Sept. 10.
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from 6:15 to 7 p.m. prior to
the first meeting. For infor-
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niques will be demonstrated.
' Mrs. Carl Schiller and Mrs.
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men of the Program Planners
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mittee includes: Mrs. Henry
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man, Albert Karbal, Mrs.
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Maltzer, Mrs. Richard
Mitchell, Mrs. Harry Ober-
stein, Bernard Panush, Mrs.
Irving Pokempner, Mrs.
Louis Redstone, Mrs. Sey-
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Rubin, Mrs. Dan Shapiro,
Mrs. Aaron. Shifman, Mrs.
Sidney Sidder and Mrs. Mau-
rice Zuckerstein.
Continental breakfast will
be served, and program kits
provided.
For reservations, contact
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Program Planners Insti-
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Detroit, 4-8226, 962-1880.

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