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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will have a general

membership meeting 8:15
p.m. Tuesday at the JWV
headquarters. The auxiliary
• will review and set up new
service dates for the child
welfare program. Refresh-
ments and social hour will
follow. For information, call
the JWVA office, 559-5680,
or the -president, Belle
Letzer, 557-3372.

THEODORE

BIKEL

LUBAVITCH CONCERT

WED. Nov. 5 • 398-2611

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Palesting Legion
Will Meet in NY

BALTIMORE — Veter-
ans of the Palestine Jewish
Legion will hold a national
reunion, Nov. 2 in New
York, in conjunction with
the anniversary of the Bal-
four Declaration.
The meeting is sponsored
by the Veteran Judean Bat-
talions, and William Brai-
terman of Baltimore will
report on the Jewish Legion
Museum in Israel and the
reunion last May.
The group is made up of
veterans and their survivors
of the 5,000 Jewish volun-
teers who fought with the
British in World War I to
drive the Turks from Egypt.
For, information about
the convention, write Brai-
terman, 506 Tower Build-
ing, Baltimore 21202.

Youth and Old
Age
-

Musical Entertainment

Big Bands or
Small Combos

To use two feet instead of
three is better far for men:
Alas for youth! when once it
goes It never comes again!
—The Talmud

626-3346

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Bobe

Love
Rebecca Sharona

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17540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 •

Mon. & Thurs. 9:30-7:00
Tues.. Wseadt .. &10 7
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All Year Round

Our 24 year old policy of PRICE-QUALITY-SERVICE
remains the same COME IN AND SEE!

Mon. & Thurs. 94:30
Tues.-Wed. Fri.-Sat. 9-5:30

ALL GENERAL MOTORS

BUYING A NEW CAR OR TRUCK?

Los Angeles, are in Detroit
to visit family and friends in
honor of their 50th wedding
anniversary. Following
their Detroit visit, the Rash-
kens will visit family in
Florida.

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STAN FINSILVER, Pres.

the Ladies Department of
Michigan of the Jewish War
Veterans, will attend the
national executive commit-
tee meeting today through
Sunday in Washington,
D.C. Mrs. Left will make a
contribution, on behalf of
the department, to the Is-
rael chairman for equip-
ment in the Chaim Sheba
Hospital, honoring past de-
partment president Edythe
Morgano. Accompanying
Mrs. Left will be past na-
tional president, Sarah
Nemon and other past de-
partment presidents.

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Dismissal Request Denied
in Archbishop Trifa Case

Federal Judge Cornelia
Kennedy denied a requeSt
Monday by attorneys for
Romanian Archbishop Val-
erian D. Trifa that the U.S.
government's citizenship
case against the prelate be
dismissed.
Trifa is charged with con-
cealing information and
lying about his involvement
with the Romanian Iron
Guard during World War II
when he applied for U.S. cit-
izenship after the war.
His attorneys asked that
the suit be dismissed be-
cause they said their client
presented all the facts when
he applied for citizenship.
U.S. attorneys presented
additional affidavits of
eyewitnesses, and Judge
Kennedy denied the dis-

Adat Shalom Garinim
(grades 5 and 6) will go rol-
lerskating Sunday, meeting
1:30 p.m. at the Synagogue's
Hebrew School..There is a
charge. For information,
call the adviser, Diane
Goldring, 851-3728.

by HATTIE •
SCHWARTZ



missal request. Trifa's at-
torneys have 10 days to file
new motions in the case.
A threatened demonstra-
tion by the Jewish Defense
League outside the Federal
Building never materialized.

356-8563 :



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112 Heritage Bidg., Southfield
357-1123
Daily 10:30-4:30
Sat. 10-2:30

The 63rd annual dinner-
dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
will be held Nov. 2 at the Ra-
leigh House. Cocktails will
be served at 5:30, with din-
ner_at 7 p.m. As each year,
black tie and formal attire
will be the dress motif.

DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph

OPEN DAILY
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

13 MILE AT WOODWARD

SPECIAL GROUP

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OFF

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Because the weather is
warm ... we made an out-
standing buy from several
leading manufacturers .. .
So we are passing the sav-
ings on to you.

• Boot or regular length

SIZES 4 - 6x
Sale Price
Reg.
$34.00

$27

SIZES 7 - 14
Sale Price
Reg.
$40.00

Persons who have not yet
received invitations may call
the City of Hope office,
894-5133 or 895-8500.

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This is the only fund-
raising event of the Detroit
Businessmen's Group,
City of Hope, and monies
are used to combat cancer
and other catastrophic di-
seases by extensive re-
search work at the Na-
tional Medical Center
Pilot Hospital of City of
Hope at Duarte, Calif.



SUNDAY 12 to

ALSO NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER

The dinner-dance this
year will feature comic Red
Buttons. Also on the pro-
gram will be the interna-
tional vocalist, Dax Xenos.
Norman Allan is presi-
dent of the Detroit Busi-
nessmen's Group, City of
Hope. Co-chairmen of the
dinner-dance are Mark D.
Manhoff and Andrew R.
Miller.

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He who blows into the cup
is not thirsty,
—The Talmud

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John J. Riccardo, last
year's international Bnai
Brith Humanitarian award
winner, was presented with
a commemorative book in
absentia at a planning
luncheon for this year's
award dinner. E. H. Ryd-
holm accepted the book
from Louis Weber, Bnai
Brith Foundation Commit-
tee chairman, on behalf of
Riccardo.
Attending the luncheon
were Irwin I. Cohn, general
chairman; Sol Moss, David
Bittker, Louis Segel, Her-
man V. Kasoff and Dennis
Rice, co-chairmen.
This year's honoree is C.
Boyd Stockmeyer, chairman
and chief executive officer
of Detroit Bank and Trust
Co., who will be cited at the
dinner Nov. 18 at Cobo Hall.
Proceeds will benefit the
Bnai Brith Youth Appeal
and services. For reserva-
tions, write Bnai Brith
Foundation, 21711 W. 10
Mile, Southfield, 48075
(354-6100).

* * *
Gert Left, president of

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3065 Orchard Lake Rd.
across from the Keego Theater

Bnai Brith Honoree
Receives Gift Book •

George and Sadie Rash-
ken, former Detroiters of

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TIKVAH LODGE, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Tel-12 Mall Community
Room. Slides of Chagall
masterpieces will be shown,
and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
* * *

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