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May 21, 1976 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Stutz, Simons Will Co-Chair Detroit Service Group Jubilee

Jobs for Students Sought

The Jewish Vocational and students are available
Service-Community Work- for work.
shop has issued an urgent
Needed are job openings
plea to employers to assist for food service workers,
in providing summer jobs typists, clerical and general
for college students.
office workers. Jobs for
Some colleges have al- stock clerks, drivers, ware-
i-eady . Trecessed for summer housemen, shipping and re-
ceiving clerks and factory
production workers as well
as all types of manual labor
jobs are also needed.
Employers with job open-
ings are asked to call Cal
Lefton at JVS-CW South-
Private collector
field office, 557-5341.

pays top cash price
for used
oriental and persian
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Singles
Events

DETROIT SOCIAL-
ITES will hold an "end-of-

the-season" dance 9 p.m.
Saturday in the Oak Park
Community Center. Eric
Rosenow and His Continen-
tals will provide music for
dancing. Refreshments and
social mixers will highlight
the evening. David Glicklin,
program chairman, invites
the community. The organi-
zation will have its annual
dinner-dance June 6. For
information, call Mollie
Stern, 342-2791, or Shirley
Kaner, 398-2296.

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of disco dancing 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the temple. Admis-
sion includes refreshments.
For information, call Milton
Fisher, 559-9185. The group
will have a discussion ses-
sion 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the temple. Light refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, call Roberta
Holtzman, 642-4292.

Sunday, May 23rd
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

9 Mile & Coolidge store only

500 Sample

I.G.S. ASSOCIATES

DAY or
EVENING

569-0219
642-7137

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BUICK

LEONARD SIMONS

Junior Division
Lecture Slated

'76 SKYLARK

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$ 3395

$ 4

2 Or. Hardtop

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FULL FACTORY EQUIPMENT

The Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
will have its final lecture of
its 1975-6 series 8 p.m. Mon-
day in the United Hebrew
School's main building.
The topic for the evening,
according to lecture series
chairman Neil Satovsky, is
"Who Decides Your. Free-
dom of Choice?" Guest
speakers will be attorney
Abba Friedman and senior
trial lawyer Frank Mandel-
baum of the Oakland
County Prosecutor's Office.
The Junior Division is the
organization for young peo-
ple, married and single, who
are interested in the activi-
ties of the Detroit metropol-
itan Jewish community.
For information, call divi-
sion director Lillian Bern-
stein at the Federation of-
fice, 965-3939.

MORRIS BUICK

14500 W. 7 Mlle Rd. at the Lodge X-Way

OPEN 'TH. 9:00
MON. and THURS.

342-7100

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CLOSING FOR
SUMMER

40% to 50% OFF

All Merchandise

CHILDREN'S BOUTIQUE

Boy's and Girl's Starting at Size 4

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SWINGING SINGLES,

HANDBAG
1/2.

25 and up, will have a cock-
tail party with dancing to a
band 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
Corsi's Restaurant, Livonia.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Henrietta
Lewis, 546-0903.

Judge Kaufman
Wins UOJCA Prize

Many one of a kind & color only

All famous makers

Charlotte's

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TEMPLE BETH EL
SINGLES will have a night

YOU DO BETTER
AT CHARLOTTE'S

Let professionals han-
dle your household
and estate sales.

647-2367

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custom interior designers

ESTATE LIQUIDATIONS
APPRAISALS

LARRY FREEDMAN

Allied Jewish Campaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund work-
ers will coincide with the
group's annual Stag Day in
September.

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HOUSEHOLD
SALES

Orchestra and Entertainment

GEORGE STUTZ

Buz Holzman

Jewish Tradition," pub-
lished last year to comme-
morate the joint anniver-
sary celebration of the'
Fecicration and UJC.
Professional adviser Es-
ther Prussian has served
DSG for the past 50 years.

A former Allied Jewish
Campaign chairman and
Federation vice president,
Simons is a member of the
Federation board of gover-
nors. He was the 1963 recip-
ient of the Fred M. Butzel
Award and edited the book-
let "Zedakah/Charity,
Thoughts on the Noblest

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13721 W. 11 Mile Rd.
547-7054
CANDIDS • PORTRAITS • MOVIES

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Stutz was associate
chairman of the Joint An-
niversary Celebration in
1975 which commemorated
Federation's 50th anniver-
sary and the 75th anniver-
sary of United Jewish
Charities.

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Stutz is a founding mem-
ber of the DSG and was the
1975 recipient of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's Fred
M. Butzel Memorial Award
for distinguished communal
service. A member of the
Federation's board of gover-
nors, he also serves on its
Capital Needs Committee.
He is a past president of two
Federation member agen-
cies, the Jewish Family
Service and the Hebrew
Free Loan Association.

JEWELRY
is h„,•„,,. 1),„„,„„,t. A:. jell eh-%.

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George M. Stutz and
Leonard N. Simons have
been named chairmen of the
golden anniversary celebra-
tion of the Detroit Service
Group by DSG president
Arthur Howard.
The celebration for the
year.-round organization of

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9 Mile & Coolidge only
all sales final

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Judge Nathan J. Kauf-
man, a member of Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel, will
receive the Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations
of America President's
Award at the 78th annual
dinner of the UOJCA Sun-
day in New York.
Author and lecturer Elie
Wiesel will deliver the ma-
jor address at the dinner at
which Marcus Rosenberg of
Dallas will be the recipient
of the UOJCA Kether Shem
Toy Award.

Barbara Cohen

open Thurs till 9

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30% to 75%

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Monday

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10 to 3

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