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October 31, 1975 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-31

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40 October 31, 1915

MORRIS
BUICK

IS THE GUY

IS THE BUY

You Get More Buick
For Less Money !

AT MORRIS
BUICK

,- 14500 W. 7 Mile

AT LODGE X-WAY .

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tam-O-Shanter Names Its Third Bond Award Honoree

David Kahn will be hon- in the United Staes and was
ored as the recipient-elect of on of the original import-
the David Ben-Gurion ers of industrial products
Award Nov. 8 at the Tarn-0- from Israel.
Shanter Country Club Is-
He is president of the
rael Bond Dinner "for his American Technion Society,
service to the community' Detroit Chapter.
and the state of Israel."
A member of Adat
Since 1958, Kahn has Shalom Synagogue, Kahn
been active in developing the has been an active sup-
small tool trade between porter of the Israel Bond
Israel and industrial firms Campaign since its incep-
tion. He is a member of
Don't let the recession
Adat Shalom's Men's
stop you from taking
Club, ORT, Zionist Or-
ganization of America and
one of the founders of the
at Bar Mitzvas 8 Weddings
Morton Silverman Post of
very reasonable

342-7100

the Jewish War Veterans.
The dinner, which will be
the third annual Israel Bond
Dinner for Tarn-O-Shanter
Country Club, will feature

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and

The Jewish Cultural
Council of Grand Rapids
has announced its programs
for the "Spectrum '76" cul-
tural series, which will have
a Bicentennial theme for the
year.
The series will include
two lectures, a musical trib-
ute to the Bicentennial by a
cantor, the "Here Is Israel"
multi-media production,
and the comedy film "Im-
possible on Saturday."
Historian Max I. Dimont
will discuss "From Plym-
outh Rock to the Promised
Land" at one of the lectures.
Dr. Leon Jick of Brandeis
University will talk about
"From Margin to Main-
stream — American Jewry
in the First 200 Years."
Cantor Norman Atkins
will present "In Harmony
With Freedom."
For information about
the Grand Rapids pro-
grams, call Mrs. Ben Plous
in Grand Rapids, 942-0062.

AFTER-5
GOWNS

To encourage you to shop
on the weekend — all our
new street-length and long
gowns are reduced 20% —
these 3 days only! Save
now on the dresses you'll
want for the festive holi-
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layaways and previous
sales not included.
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,

The Labor Zionist Alli-
ance annual seminar Satur-
day and Sunday devotes it-
self to discussion Of the
movement's orientation to-
wards the future.
Reflecting upon the past
70 years in Labor Zionism,
Dr. Allen Pollack, a member
of the LZA National Execu-
tive Committee and a foun-
der of the American Profes-
sors for Peace in the Middle
East, will keynote the semi-
nar with a speech entitled
"70 Years of Labor Zionism:
Prospects for the Future."
Preceding Dr. Pollack's
address, Henry Faigin,
president of the LZA in De-
troit will present a history
of Labor Zionism in Detroit.
On Sunday, members of
the LZA will participate in
panel discussions. The
morning panel, beginning at
11 a.m. will be "Politics and
Labor Zionism." Discus-
sants are Norman Naimark
and Daniel Feinberg. Paul
Sislin will moderate. The
afternoon session, begin-
ning at 1:30 p.m., will be de-
voted to "The 'Labor' in La-
bor Zionism." Boaz Siegel
and Benjamin Ben-Baruch
will be the panelists. Bess
Berris will moderate the
discussion.
The seminar will be held
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute, and the public is in-
vited. For information, call
the LZA, 851-1606.

Emil Cohen as guest enter-
tainer and dancing to the
music of Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals. Nelson
Dembs, dinner chairman,
has announced that the din-
ner, scheduled for 8 P.M.,
will be preceded at 6:30 p.m.
by a cocktail reception.
For reservations or infor-
mation, call the Israel Bond
office, 968-0200.

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Athens Souvlaki, Rest.
Burton's Gal
Charlotte's Knit Shop
DiRosa Hair Fashions
Jules Doneson Travel
Empress Gardens, Rest.
Farmer Jack's

Haber Cleaners
H. R. Barber Shop
H. R. Kosher Meats
Heritage House Books
Mork Huppert Clothier
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery
Malter Furs

National Bank of Southfield
George Ohrenstein Jeweler
Original Esquire Rest. & Deli
Parisian Fashions
Reflections of Love Florist
Shoe Time
Spitzer's Hebrew Book
Warren Optometric Center

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