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June 11, 1976 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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June 11, 1976 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former Detroiter (Engagements) Max-Chernick
Rites Solemnized
Announces Troth

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ro-
senthal of Hull, Mass., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Marlene
Rosenthal, to Kenneth
Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Rosen of Farming-
ton Hills. Miss Rosenthal
earned a BA degree from
Wellesley College and plans
to - pursue graduate studies
in biology at the University
of Colorado: Her fiance was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan and earned
a PhD degree in mathemat-
ics from the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. An
August wedding is planned.

MISS KING

Mrs. Henrietta E. King,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Beverly Ann, to Helmut
Bondarew, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gregor Bondarew of
Chicago, Ill.
Miss King, daughter of
the late Mr. Larry (Harry)
King, was graduated from
the University of Southern
Florida. Her fiance was
graduated from Columbia
University.
No wedding date has been
set.

He who buys from a thief
becomes partner of the
thief.
—Talmud

Bloomfield Women
Install New Officers

Mrs. Richard Strichartz
was installed as president of
Bloomfield Hills Group of
Hadassah at the group's re-
cent champagne reception
in the home of Mrs. Wilbert
Roberts.
Vice President Diana
Klein was installing officer.
Executive board members
include Mesdames Jacques
Rosenthal, David Levadi,
Jerry Pickaner, Murray
Levin, Alvin Robinson and
Bernard Stollman.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of
the Birmingham Temple
was guest speaker.

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MRS. MAX

Karen Chernick and Mi-
chael Allan Max were mar-
ried in a recent ceremony at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi
Irwin Groner officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Chernick of North Carolina
Ave., Southfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Max of Mar-
low Ave., Oak Park.
Alene Chernick was her
sister's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Marcy
Chernick, sister of the bride;
Alissa Max, sister of the
bridegroom; Denise Levin,
Wendy Davidson, Sharlee
Sakwa and Aimee Robbins.

Daniel Max was his
brother's best man. Ush-
ers were Stephen Feld-
man, Stephen Malkin,
Steven Zack, Robert
Levin, Jay Mellin and Ted
Stern.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Chernick, grandparents of
the bride, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Max, grandparents
of the bridegroom, also par-
ticipated.
The couple is living in
Southfield, following a Ha-
waii honeymoon.

La Leche League
Will Hold Meeting

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The La Leche League of
Oak-Field will have the first
meeting in its four-part
monthly series on "The
Womanly Art of Breast-
feeding" 8 p.m. Thursday in
the home of Mary Brockett,
28405 Sutherland, South-
field.
Interested women are in-
vited at no charge. For in-
formation, call Bonnie Ku-
pinsky, 541-1477.

Akiva to Hold
3rd Graduation

"Our happy hour just got a lot happier"

Come out for dinner between
5 and 6, Monday thru Friday.

Spirits at happy hour prices
All dinners 20% off

On
Northwestern
north of
12 Mile

"Fun things

happen at the Trio"

For
reservations
call
358-18-60

Israel's Birthday
Celebrated in NY

Taxes and Your Future

Akiva Hebrew Day School
will hold its third comm-
encement exercises 8 p.m.
June 22, in the LaMed Audi-
torium of the United He-
brew Schools.
The following students
will graduate, having just
returned after completing
the 12th grade in Israel at
Machon Gold Teachers Col-
lege and Jerusalem Torah
College: Andrea Schnipper,
Dinah Weiss, Howard Gins-
burg, Allen Platt, Stuart
Singal and Brian White.
Sheldon Mandelbaum com-
pleted his studies at Akiva
Hebrew Day School.
The public is invited.

Editor's Note: Guidance
on important problems
provided by Jewish Wel-
fare Federation-United
Jewish Charities Endow-
ment Fund Tax Advisory
Committee. Professional
advice about issues dis-
cussed in these columns
should be secured from
your attorney or an estate
planning adviser. Ques-
tions of general interest in
these matters should be
addressed to "Taxes and
Your Future," care of the
Jewish News, 17515 W.
Nine Mile Road, South-
field, 48075.

The Jewish Scholarship
Service is a major source of
interest-free loans to Jewish
students from the metropol-
itan Detroit area who at-
tend undergraduate, techni-
cal, or graduate school.
The service is a committee
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration administered by the
Jewish Vocational Service.
Chaired by John L. Green-
berg, it consists of repre-
sentatives from each partic-
ipating fund.
The service has acted as a
"clearing house" for
hundreds of Jewish stu-
dents seeking scholarship
assistance, and has provided
them with more than
$500,000 in scholarship
loans since its inception in
1947.

with education of Jewish
youth will find the scholar-
ship service a good vehicle
for that purpose.
The National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section Education
Assistance Fund is the
largest fund associated
with the service. It has
provided over 40 percent of
the dollars that are dis-
tributed.
The Ruth Franklin Ein-
stein Educational Fund of
Temple Beth El, Maimon-
ides Medical Society Wom- Americana Complex
en's Auxiliary, Hebrew Free
1, 2, 3, 4
Loan Association and Pro-
bus Club are a few of the
559-2730
Greenfield N. of 9 Mile
TIlEkTERS I\ ONE BUILDING j
other organizations whose
scholarship dollars are
%Ned. MATINEES ALL
channeled to worthy Jewish
TitEkTERS-1 Show only
applicants through the serv-
at l:00—$I
ice.
There are also many indi-
"TAXI DRIVER"
viduals who have set up
"IRON VILLAGE"
their own scholarship funds
"ALL THE
through the Jewish Welfare PRESIDENTS MEN" (PG)
Federation — United Jew-
ish Charities Endowment "BAD NEWS BEARS" (PG)
"MOTHER,
Program in honor of a fam-
JUGS & SPEED" (PG)
ily occasion, or in memory
of a loved one. With the es-
e=idge
tablishment of a new fund,
BERKLEY 12 M lj
a member of the family is Bargain Nights Sunday thru Thurs. All seats
invited to attend the Jewish 51.00. No coupons. Coupons good Fri. 8 Sat.
Scholarship Service meet- with regular admission prices.
ings.
Weekdays including
Some of these individual
Sat. evening.
funds have been established
Open at 7
by former scholarship recip- Walter Matthau and Tatum
ients. The minimum contri-
O'Neal
in a great comedy.
bution for creating such a
"THE BAD NEWS BEARS" (PC)
fund is $2,000.
7:35 & 9:40
Additional information is
Sun, open at 1:30
also available from the sec-
"THE BAD NEWS BEARS"
retary of the JWF-UJC En-
at 1:45, 3:35, 5:20,
dowement Program, Ken
7:25 & 9:30
Sarason, 965-3939.

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Such help begins with
an initial contact with Kal
Tillem, the coordinator of
the scholarship service, at
557-5341. A phone call to
make an appointment at
the new offices of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service,
24123 Greenfield, South-
field, is advised for all
scholarship applicants.

Students are guided to
sources of scholarship aid
which may be available to
them from school, govern-
ment and the general com-
munity. If such aid is insuf-
ficient, the student may be
eligible for assistance
through the Jewish Scholar-
ship Service. All applicants
are evaluated with respect
to their academic record and
economic need.
Each student signs an in-
terest-free promisory note
and loan repayment comm-
ences upon completion of
the academic training.
People wishing to help

Scholar

A scholar should be re-
strained in speech and in
laughter; he should be mod-
erate in sleep and in seeking
pleasures.
—Derech

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
gigantic birthday cake with
28 candles was cut and
served at the Isaiah Wall
near the United Nations
Tuesday to mark the 28th
anniversary of the State of
Israel.
The cake was brought to
the Isaiah Wall by 28 chil-
dren from schools and yesh-
ivot in the New York metro-
politan area.

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