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December 13, 1974 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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Joyce Mittenthal, a mem-
ber of the Jewish Community
Council's community rela-
tions 'and urban affairs` com-
m•ttees, was honored Tues-
day for her, contributions to
human rights in the field of
law at a program commemo-
rating the 26th anniversary of
the United Nations' Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
Ms. Mittenthal, chairperson
of the Michigan Commission
on Law and Housing, is' one
of six Detroiters who re-
ceived major awards from
the Coordinating Council on
Human Relations, a coalition

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Are Proud to Announce

The Opening of Their

Also Mr. Richard of Dearborn

Marie and Jackie, Manicurists

of Detroit civic groups that
includes 'the Jewish Com-
munity Council. \
Two other members of the
Jewish Community Council's
community relations commit-
tee, John H. Shepherd and
Matilda Rubin, received cer-
tificates of merit from the
Detroit Committee for the Ob-
servance of Human Rights

Collegians Sought
for Project Join

Applications are now being
accepted for Project Join
(Jewish Occupational In-
terns), a program for col-
lege students who wish to
work as summer interns in
local Jewish agencies.
The 10-week internships,
which are salaried, are in
the fields of social work,
health, program develop-
ment, social planning and
other areas. The interns also
participate in a weekly edu-
cational program concentrat-
ing on the structure of the
Jewish community.
Cooperating agencies in=
cl4de the Jewish Welfare
Federation; Jewish Family
and Children's Service, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, Jew-
ish Vocational Service and
Community- Workshop and
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
Persons wishing to apply
may call the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, 557-5341. Dead-
line is Dec. 31.

"for uncompromising dedica-.
tion and firm commitment to
the aspirations and goals of
human rights." William
Gladstone a former com-
munity relations committee
member. was honored post-
humously with a certificate
of merit -award.
Mrs. Beatrice R o w e, a
member of the Jewish Corn-
.munity Council's executive
committee, was planning co-
ordinator for the •awards pro-
gram.

Orchard Mall Adds
Mini Post Office

Orchard Mall merchants
have added a post office sub-
station to the mall's opera-
tions which will provide full
services for residents and
businesses in the West
Bloomfield, Farmington and
Bloomfield areas.
Located in the boutique
area, the post office will be
open for service from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily. Packages,
letters and stamp purchases
as well as regular post office
services will be provided. An
outside drop box has been
added and is located at the
main entry to the mall.

Singles to Have
Surprise Party

Bnai Moshe Singles, 20-35,
will have a flick, fun and
fling surprise party 8 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue.
There will be entertain-
ment, prizes and beverages.
Bayit to Feature
There is a charge. For infor-
Israeli-Made Film
mation, call the synagogue,
The Bayit will show the LI 8-9000.
film, "Hill 24 Doesn't An-
swer," 8 p.m. Tuesday at
16845 Muirland. The Hebrew
film has English subtitles
and details events of the 1948
• •
was. Refreshments will be
ctivities
served.
On Dec. 24 at 8 p.m., the
DETROIT BUSINESS and
Bayit will feature :Isadore PROFESSIONAL CHAP-
Strom, a University of Mich- TER, will have its general
igan student majoring in Near meeting 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at
East studies, who will show Lincoln Towers Apts. club
slides of his travels in Egypt. room. The program will fea-
For information, call the ture Ruthe Young who will
Bayit:1861-1929.
give a lesson in needlepoint.
Kits _will be provided. Re-
freshments will be served.
Guests are welcome.
* * *

DOWNTOWN FOX CHAP-
TER will have its annual
latke party 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Jewish War. Vet-
erans Memorial Home. Pros-
pective members are invited.
*
*
REY-UT COUPLES CLUB
will hear Johannes Spreen,
sheriff of Oakland County, 8
p.m. Sunday at the Bnai
Brith office. Spreen will
speak on "Crime in the 705."
Guests -are invited. For in-
formation, call Steve Siegal,
program vice president, 398-
4785. /

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Dec. 13, 1974-47

Center 'Singles
Plan Latke Party

People Without Partners of
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter will have a lathe party
8:30 pan. Sunday at the home
of Mary Adler, 23661 Marlow,
Oak Park.
The group needs latke
makers and will reimburse'
the cost of ingredients. For
information, call Ms. Adler,
548-4631.

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ADL Sends Protests
of PLO to Kissinger

NEW YORK — The Anti-
Defamation- League of Bnai
Brith sent petitions signed by
mare than 125,000 Americans-
to Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger urging that the
'government "not enter into
any discussion or negotiation
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization whose stated
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innocent civilians in order to
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