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June 18, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 June 18, 1976

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own Driveway!

THE
TUNE
-UP-
MA n.

They come to your
home or office with
their "garage-on-
wheels. - Valet
., service that doesn't
cost one penny extra!

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U Electronic analyzer — all
engine systems
■ Professionally trained
mechanics
■ Perfect results assured

Call Sanford Rosenberg

398-3605

6-cyl. cars $31.50 includes
EVERYTHING: Labor AND Parts.
4 and 8 cyl. comparatively iow.
Mastercharge and BankAmer:card

SCA Re-Elects Rabbi Lookstein

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Joseph H. Lookstein, spirit-
ual leader of Cong. Kehilath
Jeshurun, New York City,
was re-elected president of
the Synagogue Couneil of
America at its 50th annual
meeting. The SCA is the
national umbrella agency
for the Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform branches of
American Judaism.
Also re-elected to serve
with Rabbi Lookstein were
Rabbi Irwin M. Blank of
Temple Ohabei Shalom,
Brtokline, Mass., honorary
president; Rabbi Saul I. Te-
plitz of Cong. Sons of Israel,
Woodmere, N.Y., Arthur-J.
Ifelyveld of Fairmount Tem-
ple, Cleveland, Ohio, Harry
w. Baumgarten, New York
City, Phillip Greene, Ja-
maica, N.Y., Morris L. Lev-
inson, New York City, and
Norma Levitt, Great Neck,
N.Y., vice presidents; and

Religious Zionists of America

Bar-Ilan University in Ra-
mat-Gan, Israel. He is a
member of the administra-
tion.committee of the Joint
Distribution Committee and
commissioner of the Hillel
Foundation.

Hebrew Paper
Planned in U.S.

RABBI LOOKSTEIN

Samuel Brochstein, Great
Neck, N.Y., treasurer.
Rabbi Lookstein, who will
serve a one-year term, is
founder of the Ramaz
School, the first progressive
Jewish Day School in the
country, and Chancellor of

JERUSALEM, (JTA) —
North America's first He-
brew language daily news-
paper will commence publi-
cation in New York in
October if the plans of a
group of Americans and Is-
raelis who are financing the
project materialize.
The tabloid-size paper, to
be called "The Israel Daily
Herald" will appear Sun-
days through Fridays in
major cities in the United
States and Canada where
there are heavy concentra-
tions of Jews and Israelis.

Teller to Lead. Educator's Unit

Rabbi Gerald Teller of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek has
been elected president of the
Jewish Educators Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Other officers are Cantor
Norman Rose of Temple
Emanu-El, vice president;
and Richard Wagner of the
Cong. Bnai Moshe branch,
United Hebrew SchOols, sec-
retary-treasurer.
The council is a forum for
the exchange of educational
ideas and concerns itself
with the continual improve-

Music by

ment of the quality of Jew-
ish education.
Membership in the coun-
cil is open to all profession-
als in the field, including
principals and administra-
tors. For membership infor-
mation, call Wagner, LI
8-4747.

OPEN SUNDAY
11-4
Harry Thomas

fine clothes for-40 years
24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile

Daily to 6, Thurs. to 8

Sam Barnett

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the music to your needs.

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548-4160
541-9704

Cordially invites you and your friends
to attend a general meeting on

1018 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Alfons G. Rehme

Sun., June 21, at 8 p.m.

Guest Speaker

Dr. Rafael Schneller

Subject "Confrontation of Religious Youth with Modern

Scientific Theories."

the public is invited

Between Livernois
8 Pinehurst

Edmund Frank I
& Co.

in the party room of the
Lincoln Terrace Apts., 25600 Briar Dr., Oak Park

Israeli educator, author, director of the Teachers Semi-
nary at Givat Washington, chairman of the committee
of certification of teachers at Bar-Ilan University in
Israel, he has served as superintendent of teacher train-
ing for the religious school system.

FERNDALE
MICH.

Liquidators & Appraisers

Of Household Contents and Estates

Phillip Stollman, right, was awarded life member-
ship on the board of directors of Young Israel of Oak-,
Woods and Mr. and Mrs. David Herczeg, left, were hon-
ored "for their devotion and loyalty to the synagogue,"
at the synagogue's annual installation banquet. Shown
are, from left: Mr. and Mrs. Herczeg, Rabbi James I.
Gordon, Mrs. Gordon and Stollman.

Sale held in your home

all items tagged for your approval

for info call

862-3273 or 875-7650

refreshments will be served.

.0-sire<N5r

TABAK

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"A Smoke Shop . . . and more!"

IDEAL FATHER'S DAY GIFTS

Argentine Zionist

Unit Marks 50th

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)

— The Argentine Zionist
Women's Organization,
which will be 50 years old in
August, started the celebra-
tion with several events,
among them a reception in
its own headquarters which
was attended by hundreds
of delegates.
Greetings were given by
Israeli Ambassador Ram
Nirgad, while Mrs. Raya
Yaglom, president of WIZO,
spoke about the women's
role in Israel.
Other speakers were
Clara Kaplan, who is one of
the founding members of
the AZWO and the chair-
man of AZWO Catalina
Epstein.

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YOUR FATHER'S DAY
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• Sport Shirts (Long & Short Sleeve)

• Dress Shirts (Long & Short Sleeve)

• Slacks • Shorts • Jeans

• Bathing Suits • Cabana Sets

• Jackets • Ties

and much more

RINCETON

Mexican Jews
to Issue Awards

Large selection of Unique Gifts . . . Fine Jewelry .
Backgammon, Chess, Mah Jongg

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MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
The Culture Committee of
the Central Jewish Commit-
tee has announced the crea-
tion of three annual $1,000
awards to writers and edi-
tors of books in Hebrew,
Yiddish and Spanish.

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EIGHT TO EIGHTY

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Tues., Wed., Sat. 9:30-6

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