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February 03, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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30 Friday, February, 3, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

1.

MACK PITT
ORCHESTRA

Russian Immigrants, Apartments, Kosher Meals
Discussed at Federation-Jewish Charities Meeting

and

DISCI

Great Sounds
For All Occasions

358-3642

The Board of Governors of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion shared the agenda with
the United Jewish

G irst.

JEWELERS

YEAR END SALE

In Time For Valentine's Day
Due to the storm this offer extended thni 2/11

Everything in the store!

30% to50.3 /00ff

• Rings
iv Pendents
• Gold chains
• Necklaces-
• Pins
• Bracelets
• Earrings
• Diamonds

NAME BRAND WATCHES

Franklin Shopping Center

- 14 Mile & Middlebelt • 855-1720
MON., SAT., 10-6 • THURS. til 8

Charities at the UJC's 78th
annual meeting last week
in the Butzel ,Memorial

Among the items discus-
sed at the Board - of Gover-
nors portion of the meeting
were an expected influx of
Russian immigrants to De-
troit, a nutrition program
for senior adults and the
formation of an education
study committee.
Federation President
Martin Citrin said that the
Jewish community will be
called upon to assist in the
resettlement here of more
than 200 individuals in
1978. This represents a sub-
stantial increase in the
number of newcomers over
the previous year.
HIAS, the Hebrew Im-
_migrant Aid S _ ociety sup-
ported with funds from
the Allied J _ ewish Cam
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund, anticipates that
6,000 refugees_will arrive
in the U.S. and Canada by
-
June 1.
Through the local Reset-

Love MEN'S Clothing

GRAND OPENING
SALE

_ 3 DAYS ONLY, FEB. 3 THRU FEB. 5

OUR NEW LOCATION: 28851 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
1 Block South of 12 Mile Rd., Lathrup Village

30% To

50% OFF

Entire Stock of Name Brands

Including New Arrivals

• Vested Suits • Topcoats
• Raincoats
• Sportcoats
• Leather Coats • Slacks
**••••••••••••••••••••*

♦ ADDITIONAL SAVINGS?*
•.



USE THIS CERTIFICATE FOR
FURTHER REDUCTIONS

SUITS
H2O TOPCOATS
LEATHER COATS

$5
$ 1
SPORTCOATS SLACKS

VALID FEB. 3 thru feb. 5
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v

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SALE HOURS:
FRI., 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

SAT.-SUN.
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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04160, EFil
lilt

4,

It was announced that lover the past year: the crea-
tlernent Service, which will
recruit additional staff to plans for a second building tion of the $20 million Med-
meet the need, newcomers at Jewish Federation ical Endowment Fund with
will be helped with housing, Apartments are in the final the participation of Sinai
jobs, English instruction stage, awaiting approval of Hospital; the gift of a
and other services. It was the Department of Housing $5Q0,000 Isabelle and
Samuel Friedman Charita-
reported that there were fu- and Urban Development.
Formation of a commit- ble Trust for the benefit of -
ture prospects that such
costs will be covered partly tee to take a broad, long- the United Jewish Appeal - 7
by federal funds for the ab- range look at the status of and local projects; and a 10
Jewish education in the percent increase in the ac-
sorption of refugees.
community and Federa- tual number of participants
The Board of Governors tion's policy regarding in the endowment program,
approved an allocation to financing local Jewish resulting in a substa
subsidize a proposed education was also an- addition of furids for ag
federally-funded kosher nounced by Citrin. He - programs. - Alfred
meals program _for senior noted that the last such Deutsch and Samuel Schiff
adults in the Oak Park area. _ study was completed in are co-chairmen of the en-
The service, which will be 1967. Federation's Cul- dowment committee.
Graham H. Orley and
established under Title VII ture and Education
of the Older Americans Act, budget and planning di- Wilfred B. Doner were
is intended for low-income vision members will be at elected to three-year terms
persons 60-years of age and the core.of the new study on the UJC board of direc-
older who do not participate committee, which is to be tors, while Toby Citrin and
in other existing nutrition chaired by George M. James M. Wineman were
programs because of their Zeltzer, Federation vice re-elected to the board. Of-
ficers for the coming year ,
kashrut observance A deci- pregdent.
sion is to be made shortly as
In his annual report, UJC will be elected at the next
to the most feasible site in President Milton J. Miller meeting of the UJC board of
Oak Park.
noted several developments directors.

.

* * *

Allied Jewish Campaign Events

The American-born head
of Haifa University's sociol-
ogy department will ad-
dress a noon luncheon meet-
ing of the Allied Jewish
_ Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Women's DM-
sion at the Birmingham
home of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Nancy) Jacobson on _
Thursday.
Prof. Eugene Weiner,
whose articles have ap-
peared in numerous jour-
nals, will be -speaking to
contributors of $250 or
more. -
Janet Levine is chairman
of the Womell's . Division
$250 section. Diane Klein is
associate chairman and
Marjory Ansell is briefing"
chairman. Section vice
chairmen are Harriet Col-
man, Nancy Jacobson,
Carol: Kozlow, Barbara
Stollman and Joanne
Zuroff. • - _
DuIcie Rosenfeld is
Campaign chairman for
the Women's Division;
Shelby Tauber is as-
sociate chairman. Caro-
. lyn Greenberg is division
president.
For information, contact
Lois Brown, division direc-
tor, at the Jewish Welfare
Federation, 965-3939.
Dr. Weiner will also be
the speaker at a parlor
meeting at the Bloomfield
-Hills home of Campaign
Co-chairman David Rand-
leman.
Eight Campaign parlor
meetings have been
scheduled through March 1
to give contributors a closer
look at the problems con-
fronting Israel today, said
General Chairman Phillip
St011man.
Irving Bernstein, execu-
tive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
speak at the next meeting,
scheduled for Feb. 15 at the
Bloomfield Hills home of
Alan E. Schwartz, former
president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.

Janet Levine, center, chairman of the Women's Di-
vision $250 section, meets with Marjory Ansell, left,
briefing chairman, and Diane Klein, associate chair-
man.

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* * *

Dentists Section to Meet Feb. 12

The Dentists Section of Cook, David L. Edgar,
the Professional Health Di- Manuel Feldman, Jack J.
vision -will hold a brunch Freedland, Arthur Freed-
meeting 11:45 a.m.-Feb. 12. man, Robert M. Galin,
at the West Bloomfield Jason A. Goode and Joseph
hoine of co-chairman Dr. Eli E. Goodstein.
V. Berger.
Also Drs. Jerome B. Kur-
Guest speaker will be tis, Alvin B. Lezell, Ronald
Shlomo Cohen, an Israeli E. Michaelson, Jerry B.
attorney who is currently Morot-Martin Naimark,
teaching at New York. Uni- Michael S. Rosenfeld, Joel
versity Law School while P. Schaumberg, Edwin D.
practicing with a New York Scheider, Murray A. Shek •
law firm.
ter, Sidney 0 Siegan,
Dr. Joseph M. Jacobson is Franklin Solway, Sheldon
chairman of the Dentists Sonkin, Atari J. Warwick,
Section. Serving with Dr. David Weine and S.
Berger as co-chairmen are lis.
Drs. Jack M. Jackson, John
Dr. Conrad L- Giles is
D. Marx, Sheldon M. Mintz chairman of the Profes- -
and Leo Shipko.
sional Health Division.
Associate chairmen are Muni Mark is division di-
Drs. Ellsworth Levine, rector.
Maurice S. Opperer, Ber-
nard J. Shapiro, Arnold
Import Bonus
Winshall, Richard D. Wil-
liams and Arnold Zuroff.
NEW YORK (ZINS) — Is-
Drs. Burton D. Faudem,
rael's special import_status
Elliott Folbe, Steven M.
Lash, Alden M. Leib, with the -U.S. allows many
goods to be brought into the
Richard Lezell and Donald
U.S. duty-free, even though
B. Sherman are section vice
their value exceeds the
chairrhen.
normal $100 limitation.
Serving on the section
Tourists are advised to
cabinet are Drs. Myron L.
contact the U.S. Customs
Attenson, Robert Becker,
Service, the U.S. Embassy
Seymour D. Berman, Eric
in Tel Aviv or the Consulate
Billes, Aaron Blake, Her-
in Jerusalem for full details.
bert J. Bloom. Simon L.
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