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September 12, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-12

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Friday, September 12, 1975 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Council Offers Program Aids

The Jewish Community
Council has published its
updated 1975-76 audio-vis-
ual catalog. The catalog lists
films, filmstrips and slides
dealing with American Je-
wry, Israel, the Holocaust,
Judaism and Soviet Jewry.
This publication was pre-
pared under the auspices of
council's culture commis-
sion, chaired by Irving Pan-
ush.
These audio-visual aids
are available through the
Jewish Community Council
for public and religious
school classes, organiza-
tional programs, meetings,

MIND READING
AND LAUGHS!

Party Entertainment with
Audience Participation
by Bill Nagler

356-5 1 12

or 1-662-3700

Bond Tribute Nets $68,750

Bnai Brith Activities

individual groups and com-
munity organizations for a
nominal rental fee.
For information on ob-
taining a copy of the audio-
visual catalog and other pro-
gramming materials, write
the Jewish Community
Council at 163 Madison,
Detroit, Michigan, 48226
(962-1880).

RABBI MANDEL M.
ZAGER CHAPTER will
hold its first meeting of the
season 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter. Ruth Traison will speak
on her recent European trip.
Twenty-five year pins and
chai certificates will be
presented. Refreshments
will be served, and guests
are invited.

Women to Sponsor
Braille Course

Cong. Beth Shalom Sis-
terhood will sponsor a
braille class noon Wednes-
days, beginning Oct. 1 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Dorothy Girer will be the
teacher. There is no charge
for this class. For informa-
tion and to register, call
Phyllis Zusman, 352-3480.

PHOTOS BY GILBO

*

Dr. and Mrs. Myron Spalter, center, saw more than
$68,750 in State of Israel Bonds sold at a recent Bond
tribute dinner at Cong. Beth Moses held in their honor.
Shown with the couple are, from left: Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper; Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, guest speaker; Dr. and
Mrs. Spalter; and Robert H. Naftaly, dinner chairman
and president of the synagogue.

Local Rabbi
Greets Katzir

(Minute Photo Studios)

Is Alive and Well . . .

Serving your party guests with photo party Favors

PHOTO

• Frames Keychains
• Mirrors • Mugs • Buttons

Call 398-3566 or 541-2004

MAY YOU ENJOY
A HAPPY AND
HEALTHY
NEW YEAR.

ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS IN('

5 755 SCHAEFER RD.

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block North of Fold Rd I
Deorborn LU 4.5900
Open Doily 8 a.m to 5 p m

CALL LU 4-5900

On his return from Is-
rael, after a prolonged
stay during which he re-
newed his many years'
contacts with Magen
David Adom, the Israeli
counterpart of the Red
Cross, Rabbi Herbert Es-
kin, right, brought a mes-
sage from Israel President
Ephraim Katzir, left, urg-
ing support of the move-
ment by American Jews.
Rabbi Eskin is assisting in
Holy Day efforts here in
support of Magen David
Adom. The chairman of
the local Magen David

Relative Sought

Mrs. M. Furman of Aus-
tralia is searching for her
relative, Mayer Rozencweig,
whose last known address is
2980 Pasadena in Detroit.

nettle CREEk shop

in Grosse Pointe

It will offer fashion conscious
customers the finest in home fur-
nishings fabrics, draperies, bedspreads
and decorative accessories. Watch for the opening and be
prepared for an avalanche of new ideas for decorating your home.

Nettle Creek Shop • 17110 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe
882-0935

And we who come 'to the
altar
probe lightly
the kaleidoscope of our ac-
tions
towards our fellow beings
and quickly we pray for for-
giveness.

THE SKIN SHOP

Lallore
Stone

Esther
Marks

Persons with information
on the whereabouts of Ro-
sencweig, may write Mrs.
Furman, 28 Nightingale St.,
St. Kilda 3182, Melbourne,
Vic., Australia.

FOR JUST US GIRLS SIZES 4-6X and 7-14
24901 Northwestern Hwy.
112 Heritage Plaza
10:30 4:30
MON. FRI.
Southfield, 357-1123
SAT.
10:00 to 2:30
357-1123
Torchy Silverman & Thelma Stalburg

School & Dress Up Clothes
Sleepwear & Accessories — Jeans, Jeans, Jeans!!!

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The
All American
Winner In
Saving You Money!

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Yom Kippur
Prayer

And we who come to the
altar
probe our souls sharply
pray to erase
the inner idolatries
that desecrate Your name.

WISHING ALL
A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR

4Vew Uerterittioitt

committee is Dr. John
Mames.

Strange
the meandering paths
of human behavior
the pouter pidgeon strut
of powerful men
the unbending posture
of strait-laced cockiness
while the distraught
and the poor
cast into a mold
doorless, windowless
blindly looking
for a crack in the wall-
backs bent
lunge,
lifeless in their stride.

WATCH FOR OUR
GRAND OPENING

Rosencweig was born in
Wierzbink, Poland, and is a
brother of the rabbi of San-
domierz. Mrs. Furman is
the daughter of his sister,
Perla Chaya.

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By SADIE GOREN

In a little while there will be a

* *

KEIDAN AND ZEIGER
LODGES are seeking bow-
lers for their Monday night
league. Bowling begins at
9:30 p.m. at Plum Hollow
Lanes. For information, call
Bernie Cohen, 398-5664, or
Steve Weston, 399-4226.
* * *
DETROIT BUSINESS
AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER will have its
first general meeting — A
Dutch treat dinner — 6 p.m.
Tuesday at the MCL Cafe-
teria in the Tel-12 Mall.

1

"Dolls for Democracy" will
be presented by the Anti.
Defamation League. Guests
are invited.
* * *
FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER, will sponsor its
annual games night and
mini-auction Sept. 27. Mer-
chandise for the auction is
being sought. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Gilbert Fried-
man, fundraising vice presi-
dent, 398-5160.

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NEW '15 MALIBU

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interior, V-8, auto, p.s., p.b.,
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"LANDAU" Model, Tinted
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ROGER

PERISAff

CHEVROLET INC.

28111 TELEGRAPH ROAD

Opposite Tel-Twelve Mall

355-1000

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