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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-12

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36 Friday, August 12, 1977THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DISCO

DISCO IS THE POPULAR WAY TO GO

-Wedding-Graduaion or Special Event.
A Complete Program, including *Music *Lighting *Disco
Dance Demonstrations and Disco Dance Lessons

By ART & JAN

call early for available open dates

525-0865 or 939-1574

THE LATEST IN BATH ACCESSORIES
AT DISCOUNT PRICES

• Tortoise • Wicker • Suedes • Mirrors
• Towels • Toilet Seats • Shower Curtains
Soap • Etc. • Etc. • Etc.

COSMETICS AND
BATH BOUTIQUE

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NEXT TO SHERATON-SOUTHFIELD
559-2930

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Invite Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
to your house when the
youngsters call for pizza!
Just open up the Chefs
Cheese Pizza and you've•
practically got it made.
Everything's right there.
Pizza flour mix. the Chefs special
savory sauce. real Italian cheese
and easy directions. Just 20 minutes
in your oven and you'll have a
delicious. home-made mychell
A sizzling. tangy pizza to set
before the kids. They'll
just flip for it!

FRESH FISH

From Great Scott's

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Counter

PLUS SAN GREEN STAMPS

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WE CARRY A COMPLETE

SELECTION OF YOUR
SEAFOOD FAVORITES.

Dr. Cherrick Asks for Increased
Detroit Hebrew University Aid

Dr. Bernat'd Cherrick,
vice president of the Hebr-
ew University in Jerusa-
lem,. who was awarded the
honorary degree of Doctor
of Humane Letters by
Northern Michigan Univer-
sity in Marquette, Satur-
day, met with local associ-
ates of American Friends
of the Hebrew University
and urged increased cooper-
ation with the university,
support for scholarship fund-
ing and other activities.
Erwin Ziegelman, chair-
man of the Michigan Chap-
ter of American Friends of
the Hebrew University, and
Mrs. Ziegelman hosted a re-
ception for Dr. Cherrick on
Monday evening.
Addressing some 50 asso-
ciates of the chapter, Dr.
Cherrick appealed for in-
creased support for the uni-
versity. He said that the
government support has
been reduced, that the uni-
versity must raise $60 mil-
lion from friends abroad to
carry on its services and
that scholarships contrib-
uted by American Jews are
vital to the needs of the uni-
versity.
David Koren, Midwest di-
rector of the Hebrew Uni-
versity's American Friends,
announced a number of cul-

Singles Blowling
League to Start

The Eleventh Frame sin-
gles bowling league is form-
. ing teams for its 1977-1978
bowling season. Bowling
will begin 9:30 p.m. Sept. 6
at Plum Hollow Lanes.
The sanctioned league
awards prizes at the end of
the season, and there is a
banquet to mark its con-
clusion. Singles interested
in joinging the league may
cal Myrna Unger, 968-0358,
or Marilyn Meyer, 357-5262.

Goldwater Kin
Flees Rhodesia

JOHANNESBURG—Jur-
ick Goldwasser, former
mayor of Bulawayo and a
distant cousin of Sen. Barry
Goldwater (R-Ariz.), has
fled - Rhodesia and applied
for political asylum in
neighboring Botswana.
The permanent secretary
for the Botswana presi-
dent's office said, "He is
here, he has made an appli-
cation and in due course it
will be considered. As far
as we are concerned he is a
refugee."
Goldwasser flew in his
single-engine private plane
to Botswana. He told local
air traffic controllers in Bot-
swana he had an electrical
fault and was landing there.
Meanwhile, Rhodesian
Jews have protested a wide-
ly circulated quote from an
unnamed housing official,
who, commenting on the
country's discriminatory
zoning laws, said the stat-
utes "can apply only to
dogs, people of Jewish de-
scent...and so on."
The uproar was such that
Rhodesian Prime Minister
Ian Smith told a news con-
ference recently that "I
was taken aback." But he
added, "The legal position
has always been in Rho-
desia that if anybody wants
to put restrictive clauses in,
they can."

total meetings to be con-
ducted by the Michigan
chapter of American
Friends. He announced the
appointment of Goldie
Eskin as director of Hebr-
ew University activities in
the Greater Detroit area.
Dr. Mayer Subrin report-
ed to the gathering that he
and Mrs. Subrin are leaving
for Israel Sunday with a
group of American psy-
chiatrists to participate in
the dedication of the Sig-
mund Freud psychiatric de-
partment at the Hebrew
University. The ceremony
will be held in the univer-
sity amphitheater on the
Mount Scopus campus on
Aug. 29. In attendance at
the convocation and the sev-
eral functions that were hos-
ted by Sam Cohodas, North-
em Michigan Jewish lead-
er, were Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Haber, Erwin ,
Ziegelman, Dr. and Mrs. ,'
Maxwell Hoffman, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Nosanchuck and
Nathan Rossen.
Dr. Cherrick was born in
Dublin, Ireland and edu-
cated in England. He re-
ceived his Master of Arts in
Semitic Languages and Phi-
losophy. He was a lecturer
at the London School Of Eco-
nomic and Political Sci-
ence. Shortly after he re-
ceived his Doctor of Divi-
nity from the Liverpool Tal-
mudic Institute.
He served as chief rabbi
at a synagogue in London.
At the outbreak of World
War II he became a chap-
lain in the British Army,
where he was cited for ex-
traordinary achievements.
Upon his discharge from
military service, he became
director of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and the United
Palestine Appeal of Great
Britain.
In 1947, the year before
rael became an independ-
ent state, Dr: Cherrick 'set-
tled in Jerusalem and be-
came the Hebrew Univer-

Israel OKs
German Envoy

sity's world director of
organization and chairman
of its Junior Year study pro-
gram.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Is-
rael formally agreed this
week to the appointment of
Klaus Schuetz as West Ger-
man Ambassador. He re-
places Per Fisher, who has
been sent to Belgrade.

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