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August 12, 1977 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-12

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For the Finest

Wedding and
Bar Wm Album

Call

WINER

On Dec. 8. 1289, shortly
after his accession. Charles
II of France ordered the ex-
pulsion of the Jews from
Anjou and from Maine pro-
vinces.

And Associates

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JOE MILLER

and

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354-12'1_4

Detroit Service Group Plans
Annual Israel Study Tour

Visits to UJA-supported
projects in Israel. in-depth
briefings with officials and
experts and home visits
with Israelis are part of the
agenda in store for about 40
individuals who will partici-
pate in the Detroit Service
Group's 1977 Israel Study
Mission.
Mission members. who
leave for Israel Oct. 1. are
all closely identified with
and involved in the Allied
Jewish Campaign and the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and its agencies. The De-
troit Service Group is the
year-round organization of
Allied Jewish Campaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund volun-
teers.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry

(Jane) Sherman are tour
chairmen.
Mission participants will
visit development towns
and housing projects. medi-
cal and health services,
educational institutions and
absorption centers during
the 10-day trip.
Phillip Stollman, chair-
man of the Detroit Service
Group Missions Committee.
and Harold Berke. director
of the Detroit Service
Group, are assisting the
Shermans with mission
plans. —
Muni Mark. associate - di-
rector of the campaign. will
accompany the group to Is-
rael. Arthur Howard is pres-
ident of the Detroit Service
Group.

Singles Events

MICHIGAN JEWISH SLN-
GLES COUNCIL. 18 35. will

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have an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. tonight at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
Guest speaker will be Vic-
tor Herman, who will dis-
cuss his personal expe-
riences under the Stalinist
regime in the Soviet Union.
Admission is free. There

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will also be a "happy hour"
for Jewish singles age 25-35
6 p.m. Wednesday at the
Trio Restaurant. Partici-
pants must pay for their din-
ner" and drinks. For details..
call Heidi Press. 355-262fi.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB will
attend the Summer Music
Theatre's performance of
"Showboat." 8 p.m. Satur-
day at the Southfield-Lath-
rup High School audito-
rium, followed by an after-
glow. At 9 a.m. Sunday. the
club will watch the annual
water show and finals of
the A.A.U. long course
swim meet at the Southfield
Civic Center Pool with
Michigan's outstanding
swimmers competing. For
information. call Cecile Bar-
tholomew. 559-8397.

We're staging a fur event
that took months of advance plan-
ning. A tremendous collection of news mak-
ing furs ... including today's fashionable contempo-
rary coats ... each tagged at preseason lows for pre-
season savings.

If you've dreamed of owning a fine fur but never
thought you'd find it at a price you could afford .
this is the place. Rush to our store now . . .it's worth
a trip from anywhere!

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, August 12, 1977 35

Taubman Backs
Downtown Plan

Developer A. Alfred Taub-
man is a key figure in a
project to develop land in
downtown Detroit for a
major shopping center. The
project, tentatively called

A. ALFRED TAUBMAN
the Cadillac Square devel-
opment. would. if devel-
oped. be among the largest
downtown development proj-
ects in the country.
Other major backers in
the project include Joseph
L. Hudson. Jr.. and Detroit
Renaissance. a business-fi-
nanced civic organization.
Both Taubman and Hudson
are members of Detroit
Renaissance.
Although Taubman has
been working on the project
officially as a member of
Detroit Renaissance. city of-
ficials want him to be the
-project's eventual prime de-
veloper. Taubman is one of
the country's most success-
ful shopping center devel-
opers. but so far has not
committed himself to be
the foremost backer of the

— 2 —

Detroiter's Kin
Co-Authors Book
on Care of Aged

Helen nanaei Hyman, sis-
ter of Detroit Jewish Wel-
fare Federation director of
social planning and budg-
eting. Alan Kandel, is the
co-author of a new book on
caring for the aged: "You
and Your Aging Parent"
(Pantheon Books).
Co-authored by Barbara
Silverstone. the book explor-
es the emotional and prac-
tical hurdles children
stumble against in helping
aging parents.
The book is divided into
two parts. "Taking Stock"
reviews all the feelings that
come into play when aging
parents become dependent.
"Taking Action" is a prac-
tical guide to all sources of
help.

New Hebrew Class
Slated at Center

The Hebrew Department
of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit this fall will offer a
special class in conversa-
tional Hebrew. This class
will serve as a refresher
course for people who have
some background in the
Hebrew language.
The class will be offered
in addition to the regular
ulpan program, which in-
cludes morning and evening
classes for beginners, ad-
vanced and students on
other levels. These classes
are held at the main build-
ing as well as at the 10 Mile
branch. The audio-visual
method is used as well as
the latest methods imple-
mented by the Israeli
Board of Education.
Registration begins Sept.
18. classes open Oct. 10.

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