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September 26, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

It's Nice
To Deal With

Joe Slatkin's

DEXTER
CHEVROLET

Israel Symphony
Goes to Germany

Shaarey Zedek, UHS Sign
Pact to Share Facilities

BONN — The Israel Sym-
phony Orchestra began an-
other European tour, start-
ing in Salzburg and ending
with two concerts in Vienna
at the end of October. Nine
or 10 concerts will be per-
formed in the Federal Re-
public under Zubin Mehta.

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between Southfield 8 Telegraph

534-1400

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

Our Promise To You:
BETTER SERVICE!

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for Your Guests"

557-7986

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reg. $11

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Price Slash

NEEDLE
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by Trio 3

All Sales Final

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PRICE

KNIT SHOPS

9 Mile and Coolidge
15 Mile and Orchard
Lake Rd.

Closed Sunday

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Independent Liberal Party
is dusting off its civil mar-
riage bill and intends to sub-
mit it in the Knesset
shortly. The bill is bitterly
opposed by the National
Religious Party.
Revival of the bill after a
year-long agreement not to
submit it followed disclo-
sures that the Ministry of
Religious Affairs maintains
a secret "black list" of Israe-
lis to whom the Chief Rabbi- .
nate denies marriage rites
on halakhic (religious law)
grounds. The list currently
contains the names of about
2,500 men and women who
are ineligible for marriage
'according to the Orthodox
interpretation of Halakha.

petty party politics.
Dulzin called for a basic
re-organization of Jewish
institutional life in Argen-
tina and the incorporation
into its leadership circles of
many who are now only
marginally involved.

Criterion Club's

DANCE PREMIERE

w/Johnny "C" & Orch.

Sat. Oct. 4th. 9 p.m.

Southfield Civic Center

Music Truly for the Discriminating

by

brew Schools, are, from left, seated: Dr. Jay B. Stern,
superintendent of the UHS; Milton Lucow, president,
UHS; Harold Berry, president, Cong. Shaarey Zedek;
and Rabbi Irwin Groner, Shaarey Zedek spiritual
leader. Standing, from left, are: Norman Katz, Rabbi
Gerald Teller, education director at Shaarey Zedek;
Mrs. Diane Schechter, David Hermelin, Stanley Fran-
kel and Isadore J. Goldstein, executive secretary, UHS.
As a result of the affiliation, the Shaarey Zedek High
School will come under the educational direction of the
UHS staff, however, both schools will operate independ-
ently and the facilities of one will be available to the
other. Funding from the school will come from both the
synagogue and UHS.

Marriage Fight
Looms in Israel

NOW 1

11 Mile and Lahser
12 1 /2 Mile and Southfield
Southfield Plaza
OPEN SUNDAY

Signatories to the recent agreement affiliating

In addition, the follow-
ing synagogues raised
$58,750: Beth Jacob-Mo-
gain Abraham, Bnai
Israel-Beth Yehuda,
Dovid Ben Nuchim, Bnai
Zion, Mishkan Israel Nu-
sach H'Ari (Lubavitch
Center), Shaarey Sho-

Friday, September 26, 1975 35

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Leon Dulzin, acting
chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist
Organization Executives,
said here that the finan-
cially troubled Argentine
Jewish community has the
material and human re-
sources to become self-suffi-
cient but needed to free it-
self from the traditionally
narrow frame of its leader-
ship spectrum and put the
general interest and welfare
of the community above

Cong. Shaarey Zedek's high school with the United He-

Synagogues participating
in the High Holiday appeal
for the start of 5736 raised a
total of $2,628,500 in the
State of Israel Bonds.
The synagogue campaigns
included pre-holiday din-
ners participating were:
Beth Abraham-Hillel, Irwin
Klar, president, $221,250;
Beth Achim, Harry Laker,
president, $316,750; Beth
Moses, Robert Naftaly,
preSident, $98,250; Bnai
David, Irving Belinsky,
president, $418,750; Temple
Israel, Harold SomlYo, pres-
ident, $68,750; Young Israel
of Greenfield, Seymour Ra-
binowitz, president, $76,750;
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
Phillip Stollman, president,
$119,250; and Shaarey Ze-
dek, Harold Berry, presi-
dent, $1,250,000.

1 g a i p

Argentine Jews 'Must Re-Organize'

Mach Pitt and his Orchestra

358-3642

BOYS' OR GIRLS'
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Congregations Net $2.6 Million
in High Holiday Bond Appeals

ARTISTIC UPHOLSTERERS INC.

f-

t

mayim and Shomrey Emu-
nah.

SIZES 2 to 4

To date, synagogues plan-
ning post High Holiday din-
ners are: Cong. Bnai Moshe,
Temple Beth El, Temple
Emanu-El and Temple Is-
rael.

$2550 t o $3400

SIZES 4 to 7

* * *

Detroit Bankers
to Visit Israel

TIDYKINS
AND
PLAYLAND

Kenneth Aird, vice chair-
man of Manufacturers Na-
tional Bank of Detroit and
N. B. Weston, vice chairman
of National Bank of Detroit,
have accepted invitations
from the government of Is-
rael to join with other top
officers of major American
banks to visit that country
next week.
In addition to meeting
with leading government
officials, both bankers will
confer with their counter-
parts in the Israeli banking
community. Included in the
program will be a tour of re-
ligious and historic sites.

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