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February 13, 1976 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Urban, Suburban Conflict Parley

! I WHY WORRY I !

A panel will attempt to
identify areas of conflict
and possible cooperation
between Detroit and its sub-
urbs at 7:45 p.m. Sunday in
the Oak Park Library.

WYN-HAROLD CATERING

Helen Graves, professor
of political science at Uni-
versity of Michigan, Dear-
born, will chair a panel in-
cluding Richard Simmons,
director of the Wayne State
University Center for Urban
Studies; David Shepherd,
mayor of Oak Park; Donn
Shelton, vice president of
the Metropolitan Fund; and
State Representative Philip
Mastin.
The discussion, titled
"Detroit and Suburbs, Con-
flict and Cooperation," is
sponsored by the Detroit
Council for World Affairs,
the WSU Center for Urban
Studies, the WSU Center
f nr Teaching About Peace
and War and the Friends of
the Oak Park Library.
There is no charge and the
public is invited. For infor-
mation, call the Oak Park
Library, 548-7230.

Professional

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50TH JUBILEE TOUR TO ISRAEL

MAY 3-17, 1976

Reservations for this exciting tour now being
taken
For further information and

Brochure call Chana Michlin

968-5351 or 851-0750

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Daddy "lava

Dori Shorr, project con-
sultant for Citizens for Bet-
ter Care, will address the
seventh annual volunteer
institute of the Jewish Fam-
ily Service 9:30 a.m. Tues-
day at the United Hebrew
Schools main building.
Ms. Shorr will speak on
"Reality Orientation." Dis-
cussion and workshop will
follow.
The institute is chaired by
Lois Shiffman and Susan
Citrin, assisted by the vol-
unteer service committee
which includes: Gerri Barr,
Pearl Biber, Gertrude Ed-
gar, Cyrille Friedman, Dor-
othy Harwood, Suzanne
Hopp, Edythe Jackier, Joy
Nachman, Rose Roth, Ade-
line Salinger, Rebecca San-
ders, Tillie Schkloven, Toba
Smokier, Janis Wetsman
and Joan Plotnik.
Men and women are in-
vited. For information, call
Fayga Dombey, volunteer
coordinator, 559-1500.

Barbara, Dee, Cheryl,
Linda, Joel, and
grandchildren: Arye & Simmy

Where catering
is not
for the masses.

If you're looking for not-just-any-place for a catered
affair, look at the Somerset Inn.
We have all the makings for a great banquet, wedding,
luncheon, formal or informal affairs of all. variety The
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good taste.

A call by Jewish Commu-
nity Council President
Lewis S. Grossman for
greater communal partici-
pation in the American
democratic process and for
candid communication be-
tween Americans and Israe-
lis was the theme of last
week's delegate assembly,
held in United Hebrew
Schools' LaMed Audito-
rium.
At the same time, the
Council's president re-
marked, the Jewish commu-
nity must acknowledge that
a growing trend in domestic
public opinion toward isola-
tionism in foreign affairs
may make it difficult to sus-
tain America's traditional
enthusiastic support for Is-
rael's security.
It was announced that
Hubert J. Sidlow, past pres-
ident of the Council, has
been appointed to serve as
chairman of the Nominat-
ing Committee for 1976.

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Junior Division to Hear Justice

Chief Justice Thomas G.
Kavanagh of the Michigan
Supreme Court will speak to
the Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
8 p.m. Wednesday in the
United Hebrew Schools,
main building.
Kavanagh, who was
elected chief justice by his
fellow justices in 1975, will
speak on "Civil Liberties
and the Supreme Court".
The Junior Division
meeting is one of its series
of lectures open to inter-
ested young adults in the

Yeshiva Plans

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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
will have its seventh annual
melave malka 8:30 p.m. Feb.
21 in the Beth Yehudah
School auditorium in South-
field.
This year's melave malka
takes on added significance
in that the yeshiva will re-
deem its mortgage for the
first time in the history of
the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bi-
ber, who through the years
have been active in efforts
for the yeshiva, will be the
honorees.
Seymour Rabinowitz will
be chairman for the melave
malka and Rabbi Samuel
Stollman will be master of
ceremonies. The yeshiva
choir will perform. For res-
ervations, call the yeshiva,
557-6750.

community, according to
series chairman Neil Sa-
tovsky.
For information about
the Junior Division and its
programs, contact Division
director Lillian Bernstein at
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion office, 965-3939.

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