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June 04, 1976 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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36 June 4, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kollel Institute Dinner Nears

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Reservations are still
available for the annual din-
ner of the Kollel Institute of
Advanced Jewish Studies to
take place June 14 at the

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Dinner co-chairmen are
Dr. Arnold Zuroff and Mor-
ris Chandler. Joseph Boren-
stein is dinner chairman.
The institute offers free
classes and lectures in the
Jewish studies.

Hillel Day School will
hold its installation dinner
Thursday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Officers to be installed
Dinner speaker will be are Arlene Schostak, presi-
internationally-known or- dent; Dr. Aaron Lupovitch,
ator Rabbi Shimon Dr. Daniel Gilbert and
Schwab of Khal Adas Ye- Rabbi Seymour Rosen-
shurun in New York, one bloom, vice presidents;
of the largest German con- Abraham Pasternak, Ellen
Glen and Anaruth Bernard,
gregations in the world.
secretaries;
and Henry Lee,
For reservations, by June
11, call Borenstein's Book treasurer.
Tribute will be paid to
Store, 398-9095; Spitzer's
Book Store, 356-6080; or the Saul Waldman who was
president for the past three
Kollel Institute, 968-0764.
years.

Photo-Buttons and
Mirrored Back Buttons
by JEFF

Available for Bar Mitzvas,
Weddings, Parties, etc.

642-4623

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

FRANK PAUL

30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
645-9200

and His ORCHESTRA

"Music and entertainment at
itsilest for Your Guests"

557-7986

LZA to Present
Yiddish Stage Film

SCHWARTZBERG'S

KOSHER MEAT MARKET

The Labor Zionist Alli-
ance will show the movie
"The Golden Age of Second
Avenue" 2 and 8 p.m. June
13 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute.
Narrated by Herschel
Bernardi, the film traces
the history of Yiddish stage
and screen. Bernardi inter-
views film star Mollie Picon
and writer Isaac Bashevis
Singer.
For tickets, call the LZA,
851-1606.

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Offering $3. Off on Shampoo & Set
on any Tuesday, Wednesday or
Thursday through July 15, 1976.

This Coupon Must Be Presented

Call 543-2488
for appointment

located in the Coolidge Mall
9 Mile and Coolidge
Oak Park Plaza

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The Association for the
Jewish Retarded will have a
meeting 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at the 10 Mile Jewish Com-
munity Center, Room 11.
Murray Morrow, director
of the FAR Conservatory, a
group which teaches music
and art to the mentally
handicapped, will be the
guest speaker. Students of
the conservatory also will
perform.

Center Registration
for Summer Closes

Registration for the first
session of the 1976 summer
program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center will close
Wednesday.
Registration for the sec-
ond session of the summer
program also is taking
place. Session Two begins
July 27. To register, call the
Center Summer Program
office, 851-7300.

He that is slack in his
work is brother to him that
is a destroyer.
—Proverbs

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PARKING IN REAR

Melvyn Weisz, a past
president of the school, will
be the installing officer.

People
Make News

Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Cash Refunds
We accept
Mastercharge

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announces a
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Also to be honored are
Hannah Mishory, Victoria
Davidovich and Peggy
Clarke, teachers who will
be leaving the Detroit
area.

Southfield has completed

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Under Rabbinical Supervision

22153 Coolidge,

Hillel Day School Will Install
Arlene Schostak as President

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continuing medical educa-
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riod.

City of Hope Unit
to Hold Meeting

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house,
hosted by Jules and Ruth
Olen.
Election of officers will be
held, and plans for the Bob-
Lo Crusie will be discussed.
A social hour will follow.

JNF Stresses
Trees for Fathers

The planting of trees for
Father's Day is urged by
Mark E. Schlussel, presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater De-
troit. Father's Day is on
June 20.
The JNF office, 22100
Greenfield, Oak Park, will
be open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. June
20. For information, call the
JNF office, 968-0820.

Dulzin Optimistic
on Spanish Jewry

JERUSALEM (JTA)


The United Israel Fund
campaign in Spain is ex-
pected to raise approxi-
mately 50 percent more
funds this year than it did
last year, World Zionist
Organization Treasurer
Leon Dulzin reported on his
return from a visit to Spain.
He said the 11,000 Jews of
Spain will have contributed
some $600,000 to the fund.
Dulzin said he found a
"warm and Zionist" commu-
nity, with growing interest
in Israel.

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