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June 25, 1976 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-25

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40 June 25, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Art Institute Gets
Ex-Detroiter's Gift

Hebrew U. Starts
Bergmann Fund

JERUSALEM — The es-
[-+ablishment of the Ernst
David Bergmann Science
foundation was announced
by the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
University
President
Avraham Harman noted
that the income from the
foundation was to be used to
promote and advance ap-
plied research at the univer-
sity, especially in its gradu-
ate school of applied science
and technology.

Youth News

Former Detroiter Ben Sil-
berstein of California gave a
gift of a life-size bronze - fig-
ure of Fiore by Aristide
Maillol to the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts.
The $190,000 statue will
be presented to the insti-
tute's board of trustees at
its July meeting.
Silberstein was active in
the Allied Jewish Campaign
while in Detroit, and made
the gift to the city because
he "wanted to do something
for the city of Detroit."

I

Widenbaum Heads USY Group

Dan Widenbaum was in-
stalled as president of Cong.
Beth Shalom's United Syn-
agogue Youth group at its
recent installation dinner-
dance.
Other officers are Ed
Hurvitz,– Jeff Goodman,
Marsha Raimi and Scott
Littky, vice presidents;
Steve Fischer, treasurer;
and Cheryl Fink, secretary.

P asspo rts Quick and Inexpensive

Robina at 12 Mile (near Coolidge) Berkley, Mich

Twenty members of the
Beth Shalom USY will
participate at Camp
CRUSY (Central Region
USY) Aug. 24-31 at Camp

LI 1-2345

Tamarack.

DAN WIDENBAUM

For information on USY
activities, call Karen Knop-
pow, 548-1677, or Dan Wi-
denbaum, 548-7832.

Southfield Student Wins Music Prize

Roberta Goldman, a ninth
grader at Levey Junior High
School in Southfield, is the
1976 recipient of the Re-
becca Balz Vocal Music
Scholarship. The scholar-
ship is in memory of Re-
becca Balz, the former vocal
music teacher at Southfield
No. 10 Elementary School.

Hoetem.

STUDIO OF INTEPIOPS

Traditional & Contemporary Design

Custom

Youth Wins Prizes
in Science Contest

Furniture • Draperies • Bedspreads • Carpeting

Antiques • Accessories

Gerald Lopatin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lopatin
of Embassy Ave., Birming-
ham, won three awards at
the recent International
Science and Engineering
Fair in Denver.
He won one of the top
awards for the best trans-
portation-related project
from the U.S. Department
of Transportation, the top
award from the U.S. Energy
Research and Development
Administration for the best
energy-related project and a
prize from the U.S. Navy.

A. Henry Pokart
Ken K. Dreibelbeis A.S.I.D.
Edward C. Neubacher, Jr. M.I.P.D.
Linda D. Shears

205-217 Pierce Street
Birmingham, Michigan 48011
Phone: 645-1160

• .A.4•Ntir.-

HAIR FASHIONS by RONALD

is proud to announce that

GAY LE

Well Known in the
Southfield Area

Has Joined
Our Staff
of
Stylists

23720 Southfield Road, Southfield, Mich.

Hours: Tues. - Sun. by Appt.

OPEN SUNDAYS

Call 557-0680

- Cong. Beth Achim's La-
hav United Synagogue
Youth affiliate will host a
USY-on-Wheels tour when
it comes to Detroit Tuesday
and Wednesday.

USY members from ar-
ound the country will be in
Detroit to visit local syn-
agogtes and Greenfield Vil-
lage. For information, call
Pam Lippitt, 353-4477, or
housing chairman, David
Tugender, 541-4925.

Among the group's sum-
mer activities are a swim
party, Tisha b'Av services
and trips to Pine Knob.

Belland Studio

Lahav USY Hosts
Teenage Tourists

Roberta is a member of
the Mardigal Group and the
Advanced Girls Chorus at
Levey Junior High. In addi-
tion to choral work, she has
performed solo vocal parts
in "The King and I", "South
Pacific" and "Cabaret" in
school productions.
The runner-up in the com-
petition was Ginny Wallace.
The adjudicator was An-
nette Chajes. Phyllis Mar-
tin, music teacher in the
Southfield system, manages
the scholarship competition.

Historical Society
to Hold Contest

In honor of the Bicenten-
nial, the Historical Society
of Michigan is holding a con-
test to find the oldest busi-
ness in the state.
Winners will be named in
three contest categories:
oldest continuously operat-
ing busihess in original
building: oldest contin-
uously operating business in
original site but not in origi-
nal building: and oldest con-
tinuously operating busi-
ness relocated from original
building and site.
Winners will receive
framed certificates from the
Historical Society of Michi-
gan and honorary corporate
memberships in the society.
For information, write
the Historical Society of
Michigan, 2117 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor, Mich. 48104.

Surprise Party for
Historian Simons

Leonard N. Simons, retir-
ing president of the Detroit
Historical Commission, was
the surprise guest of honor
at a cocktail party last Fri-
day evening hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. R. Alexander
Wrigley of Grosse Pointe
Park.
Mrs. Wrigley presented
Simons with a framed letter
written by Secretary of
State Lewis Cass on Indian
Affairs in 1836.
Mrs. Wrigley made the
presentation on behalf of
the Detroit Hisotrical So-
ciety trustees, of which she
is president.

Lahav members Pam Lip-
pitt, regional recording sec-
retary; Jerry Friedman, re-
gional board member; and
Ilene Mitz, Lahav social vice
president, attended the re-
gion's summer board meet-
ing in Benton Harbor.

Envy is the rottenness of
the bones.
—Proverbs

SAM
BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

C 3)Loietn-

CUSTOM FURNITURE &
CARPET CLEANING.
ON LOCATION

Phone
549-7170

WINDOW BRITE

SAYS,

We have the very best discounts in town.

Levelors, (slim line, _blinds) verticals, woven

woods and custom shades. Custom decorating.

Introducing The Wood Shutter Blind
Call Eileen now for home appt.

968-0701

FROZEN YOGURT?

Delicious!

FROZEN CUSTARD?

Terrific!

Coming Soon!

The Custard Cone

4153 Orchard Lake Rd.

in Wilkins Corners at Pontiac Trail

Dan Yessian Assoc. Presents

BANDS! BANDS! BANDS!

• The Sunshine Band
• The Dan Yessian
Arrangement
• The Holden Caufield
Group

Specialists in Bar Mitzvas,
Weddings, Banquets

478-3737

THE SKIN SHOP

HAS MOVED

to North Park Plaza Bldg. suite 109
17117 W. 9 Mile Southfield
next to Southfield Sheraton 559-9525

50% OFF on

Formfit Rogers Lingerie
Vera Rutledge Pucci
Studio Collection

35% on All Designer Bags

Good Selection of Suede & Leather Apparel

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