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October 31, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-31

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32 October 31, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

City of Hope Unit to Have Meeting

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City 16042 Hilton, Southfield.
of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Fund raising ideas will be
Saturday in the home of Mr. discussed, and a social hour
and Mrs. Charles Hoptman, will follow.

Weve

se,

been planning
your party
tor 50
Nears

Yiddish novelist Yehuda
Elberg will lecture in Yid-
dish on "The People of the
Book" as one of the high-
lights of the closing day of
activities at the 24th annual
Jewish Book Fair at the
main Jewish Community
Center Nov. 16.
Elberg's address, at 2:30
p.m. in Room 384, is open to
the public without charge.
Elberg, of Montreal, has
written many books, and his
latest, "The Tip of the Mast"
has an introduction by Elie
Wiesel.
His wife will accompany
her husband's lecture with
readings from his works.
The program is co-spon-
sored by the Yiddish Com-
mittee of the Center.

Author and poet Miriam
Schneid will deliver a He-
brew lecture entitled, "A
New Light on the Poetry of
Tschernichowsky," at 4
p.m., in Room 384.

Her "Ad Torn" • was
awarded first prize by the

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Stouffer's has played hcist to guests, like you
for fifty years now. S4 when we throw a
party, we really know hqw to make it perfect.
And that makes thingsfa lot easier for you.
And, a lot more fun. Whether you're having a
breakfast meeting or is birthday. For a
group of 20 or a gang of 300. We'll give you
the best in service, food and facilities.
So be a guest at your 'ext party. Call our
party girl, Ms. Nand. Day, at 356-0652.

tau er's

The wrong a man com-
mits in his youth, will
blacken- his face when old
age arrives
—The Talmud

BACK IN

TOWN
WITH

NORTHLAND RESTAURANT

BOB
ANGUS

ELBERG

SCHNEID

Thurs. Eves.

Opera—B'Woy

PASTA & PAGLIACCI
JOAN TALLMAN, Soprano;
CHRISTINA LYPECKYS, Mezzo;
BERNIE KATZ, Piano.

Come and see us here in the heart • of Southfield
and Oak Park area, where we can put you up
close to friends and relatives and give you a
quiet, beautiful place to call "home". Enjoy
Sheraton's Saturday Seafood Buffet, the
lazy luxury of our long Sunday Brunch, or
explore the many shopping opportunities
that surround us. Phone: (313) 557-4800
for reservations:

°Per person, based on double occupancy Friday,

Saturday or Sunday Subject to state and local taxes.

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Dr. Allen A. Hyman has
been appointed associate
dean of Wayne State Uni-
versity's College of Lifelong
Learning.

chairman and chief execu-
tive officer of the St. Regis
Paper Co., will be honored
for his leadership in the
paper and packaging indus-
tries and for his communal
and civic leadership at a tes-
timonial dinner sponsored
by the American Jewish
Committee Nov. 11 at the
St. Regis Hotel, New York.
* * *
June Weinberg, who for
many years was active in
communal, fund-raising
projects and organizational
endeavors, has been named
administrator of Hillel Day
School.

awarded the degree of Fel-
low by the American Osteo-
pathic College of Anesthe-
siologists at the 48th annual
clinical assembly of osteo-
pathic specialists held at the
Washington Hilton, Wash-
ington, D.C.
* * *

executive director of the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People, will be the recipi-



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Disabled to Meet

The Circle of Handi-
capped Friends will meet
ay at the Jewish Corn-
munity Center.
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"DOG DAY
AFTERNOON" (R)
"ROYAL FLASH" (PG)

ents of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith's first
"Joseph Prize for Human
Rights" Nov. 9 at the ADL's
62nd annual meeting. The
prize has been established
by the JoSeph Foundation of
Minnesota in memory of the
late I. S. and Anna K. Jo-
seph.

Center Knitters
Will Have Sale

The Jewish Community
Center's senior adult knit-
ting circle will haVe a sale of
hand-made knitted and cro-
cheted items, including
sweaters, booties, scarves,
mittens and hats, 10 a.m.
Nov. 11 at the 10 Mile
branch.
- The volunteer instructor
of the knitting circle-is Mrs.
Edith Klein. The circle
meets 1 p.m. every Monday
at the 10 Mile branch.

"ROOS TER
COGBURN" (PG)

'Casey at the Mets"

BERKLEY

12 M Lillei(itl oidge

HELD OVER 2nd WEEK!

ALL SEATS $1.00
SUN. THRU THURS.
NO COUPONS

FRIDAY AND SAT.
COUPONS ACCEPTED WITH
REGULAR ADM. PRICES.

Weekdays including Sat.
Open 6:45

Peter Falk &
Gena Rowlands in

A Woman Under The
Influence. Rated (R)

at 7 & 9:35.

Sun Open at 1:30
A Woman Under The Influence
1:45, 4:25, 7 & 9:35.

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Washington

Theatre

SUN. thmu THURS ALL SEATS S1.00

FRI.and SAT. ADULTS S2.00 CHILDREN S1 00

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* * *
Dr. Irwin Pavorsky was

Sen. Hubert H. Hum-
phrey and Roy Wilkins,

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MOVIE
GUIDE

Peo le Make News

George J. Kneeland,

For $11.50,.
Per Might"

GUTMANN

Israel Association of Com-
In addition to Prof. Gut-
posers and Authors.
mann's research into the
Her lecture is co-spon- life of Ezekiel, entitled
sored by the Center's He- "Moses Jacob Ezekiel —
brew Department.
Memoirs From the Baths
The life and accomplish- of Diocletian," he has also
ments of Moses Jacob Ezek- produced eight other ma-
iel, the first American-born jor works on the topic of
Jew to achieve international art and art history.
recognition, is the topic of
He is professor of art and
art expert and professor, Jo- art history at Wayne State
seph Gutmann, 10:30 a.m. University and adjunct cu-
Nov. 16, in Room 384.
rator for the Detroit Insti-
Prof. Gutmann's lecture, tute of Art.
entitled "Moses Jacob Ezek-
For information on these
iel: Artist, Patriot, Jew," is or other Book Fair events,
being co-sponsored by the call the Center cultural arts
Jewish Parents Institute.
office, 341-4200.

professor of public health
and microbiology at the
University of Minnesota,
will be the guest speaker at
the 32nd annual dinner of
Torah Umesorah, the na
tional society for Hebrew
day schools. The dinner will
be held Nov. 16 at the New
York Hilton Hotel.
* * *

Our Nouse is
Your House...

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Hebrew daily "Davar"
stated that the Israel gov-
ernment in the adminis-
tered territories has in-
vested hundreds of millions
of pounds in development,
especially in the erection of
new schools, roads, and elec-
trical power stations.

* * *
Dr. Velvl W. Green,

FRI. & SAT. Entertainment IL Dancing
from B P.M.
135 W. Lafayette 963-8010

21100 Northwestern Highway
356-0d52

Israel Investments
Up in Territories

Yiddish Novelist at Book Fair

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