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September 10, 1976 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Relaxing Coffee

Old People

That late, relaxing,
conversational pot of cof-
fee . . . after services,
after dinner . . . should
be Brim, the coffee that
fills your cup with flavor,
not caffeine. Loaded with
rich Colombian coffee
beans,. Brim gives you de-
licious, full-flavored,
satisfying coffee. Brim is
decafeinated . . . 97 per-
cent caffeine-free, 100
percent full-bodied coffee
flavor.
Brim is certified kosher
and comes in regular
grind, drip grind, freeze-
dried, and electric perk.
Stock up on Brim for the
holidays and fill your cup
with ta'am, not caffeine.

An old man is a trouble in
the house; an old woman is
a treasure in the house.
Talmud

GRAEME
FLOWERS

BILL CAPLAN

12711 W. 7 MILE RD.

341-3366

FREE ESTIMATES
AT YOUR HOME
FOR ALL PARTIES

ORT's Progress in Israel Told

TEL AVIV — ORT Israel
Director General Joseph
Harmatz reported -ORT's
statistics to the school direc-
tors and teachers who re-
cently gathered for a meet-
ing at ORT Natanya. Shown
are some of the figures: -
• ORT's dropout rate is
11.7 percent — lowest of all
secondary schools and
school systems in Israel.
• A total of 60 percent of
all ORT Israel students are
of oriental origin; 25 percent
of all ORT Israel students
are girls.
• There are 80 ORT cen-
ters around the country
serving 33,000 students this

Israeli Helicopters
Aid Sinai Mission

Announcing

WASHINGTON — Ac-
cording to Aviation &
Space Technology, Israeli
army helicopters
stationed at the Refidim
air base have been called
into the U.S. Sinai Field
Mission three times for
emergency medical
evacuation of U.S. per-
sonnel.
The United Nations
Expeditionary Force,
which normally would
perform this function,
has no helicopters in the
area but is pegotiationg
With the U.S. to buy the
mission site and convert
it to a heliport.

ZYGIES

New Location

10 Mile Rd. at Lahser

call

354-9340

I am offering 23 years of experience in the car
repair business. My new diagnostic equipment
is handled by capable mechanics at a
reasonable price.

LET MY REPUTATION BE YOUR GUARANTEE.

Friday, September 10, 1976

year. An additional 12,000
students are enrolled in
classes for adults.
• Mechanics, electron-
ics and electricity are the
three most popular fields
of study in ORT.
• ORT Israel is now
staffed by 3,000 teachers
and workshop instructors of
whom 10 percent are new
olim from Eastern Eruope.
• A total of 12,000 stu-
dents graduated from ORT
Israel institutions in the
1974-75 school year. _

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American Protective Alarms, Inc

VE 8-7008

MARVIN CHECK

MARVIN ROSEN

r

Cellist Piatigorsky
in Yom Kippur Film

To: The Jewish News

17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.

NEW YORK—The late
world-renowned cellist,
Gregor Piatigorsky, in his
last public performance,
stars in "Choose Life," a
new quarter-hour motion
picture about Yom Kip-
pur, produced by the
Jewish Chautauqua Soci-
ety.
The film has won three
international awards.
Chautauqua filmed
Piatigorsky playing the
"Kol Nidre" on the cello in
Temple Israel, Hol-
lywood, Calif., on Yom
Kippur eve, 1973, the day
the Yom Kippur War was
launched by the Arab na-
tions' attack on Israel.

Suite 865

Southfield, Mich. 48075

WE'VE JUST

From

Elat Landscape

AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID FOR ISRAEL
Michigan Region

Cordially invites you to attend the

TESTIMONIAL DINNER DANCE

Paste in old label

honoring

FRANCES AND FELIX ROSENZWEIG

Sunday Evening, September the Twelfth

Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-six

Congregation B'nai Moshe

14300 West Ten Mile Road

Oak Park, Michigan

Guest Speaker

ROBERT ST. JOHN

AUTHOR JOURNALIST LECTURER
COMMENTATOR DEVOTED FRIEND OF ISRAEL

DR. MORRIS STARKMAN

DR. HARVEY A. BEAVER

UiNNER CHAIRMAN

CO-CHAIRMAN

DR. JOHN J. NAMES

MRS. SHELDON M. MINTZ

CHAIRMAN, MICHIGAN REGION

PRESIDENT, WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

TICKET CO-CHAIRMEN

SAM FREEDMAN

i i tin a lli.,

ISRAEL

ANDSCA

S4

A new IL 10. stamp in
the "Landscapes of Is-
rael" series has been is--
sued by the Israeli Minis-
try of Communications.
The multicolored stamp
shoWs the harbor of Elat.

NAME

The truth endureth, but
not the lie.
—Talmud

BEAT THE CROWD
ORDER YOUR NEW
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Come In And See

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626-5224

Music by

Eric Rosenow and His Continentals

Couvert: $25.00 per couple
Black Tie Optional

R.S.V.P.
Cocktails: 6:00 P.M.

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CALL 646-0332 or 358-0566.

Please Allow Two Weeks

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