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September 08, 1978 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-08

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Friday, September 8, 1918

SCHOICHIT ENTERPRISES
UNCLAIMED DIAMONDS
INVESTMENTS
557,9338

THE DWI ;iWISH NEWS

Foderation Names Public Relations Committee

The formati of a com-
mittee desk-neo to better
acquaint the -ommunity
with the role of tile Jewish
Welfare v-_-..deraticn and its

HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY

To A Wonderful Daughter-In-Law
MARILYN KENT

Love & Kisses, MOM & DAD

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member agencies has been
announced by jWF
President Martin E. Citrin.
Under the chairmanship
of Dr. Paul C. Feinberg and
Leah Snider, the Outreach
Committee also seeks to
familiarize the Detroit
Jewish community with
Federation's continuing ef-
forts on behalf of Israel and
Jews living in other lands
and to demonstrate the im-
portance of the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund as the
source of support for these
activities.

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DR. PAUL FEINBERG

The committee is divided materials to synagogues
into course and contact and temples, community
committees. Source groups organizations and others
provide speakers, media who are connected with
presentations and informa-
or directly served by
tion about Federation and Federation agencies.
its agencies to groups and
-Community groups will
individuals targeted by con- be given the opportunity to
tact committees.
tour_the various agencies
The latter will provide and see first-hand the serv-

LEAH SNIDER

ices provided by agency per-
sonnel.
Subcommittee chairmen
serving with Dr. Feinberg
and Mrs. Snider include Be-
verly Peterman and Robert
Steinberg, congregations;
Diane Klein and Robert
Naftaly, organizations;
Shirley Harris and Norman

Israel InfoCenter Chairmen Named

The Israel Information
and Resource Center at the
Jewish Community Center
has named Caryl Scheuer
and Sally Krugel co-
chairpersons of the resource
materials committee.
The committee will de-
velop a retrieval system for
the information needed by
the volunteers staffing the
Information Center's "hot
line" telephones and for
persons doing research at
the Center.
Sally Krugel, left, and
In addition, the Center Caryl Scheuer.
will house films, tapes, re-
cords, books, periodicals mation Center's com-
and newsletters.-
pletely volunteer staff
Persons interested in can call coordinator
joining the Israel Infor- Shelly Jackier at the Cen-

If you're - not
wearing it, sell it.

You can't enjoy your jewelry_ if it's sitting in
your safe deposit box. Sell it for immediate
cash. We purchase fine gems, Diamonds and
Gold Jewelry.
A -service to private owners, banks and
estates.

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DISCO
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The Israel Aliya Center
and the Israeli Students
Organization are co-
sponsoring an Israel-
American picnic/ kumsitz

MR. ALAN'S MEN'S BOOTERY HAS RELOCATED

IN THE CENTER CONCOURSE OF THE NEW ORLEANS MALL

WHERE THEY WILL FEATURE MEN'S HIGH FASHION SHOES

By Bally of Switzerland, French Shriner, Jean Pierclemente,
Clark's of England, Yves St. Laurent and other high fashion
men's shoes.

PLEASE COME AND VISIT THE NEWEST MEN'S SHOE
STORE IN SOUTHFIELD WHERE ALAN & BRIAN WILL BE
HAPPY TO SEE AND SERVE YOU.

Thank you,
Alan & Brian

Mr. Alan's Men's Bootery
New Orleans Mall
10 Mile & Greenfield, Southfield

2-5 p.m. Sunday at the main
Jewish Community Center.
The picnic will take place on
the back lawn, near the
baseball diamond.
The purpose of the picnic
is to help Americans and Is-
raelis meet in an informal
atmosphere. Uri Segal will
lead Israeli singing, while
Steve Kideckel, an Ameri-
can who is shortly leaving
for a year in Israel, will or-
ganize relay races.

The Israel Aliya Center is
providing free balloons for
the children and liquid re-
freshments.
Reuven Leibowitz, the
new shaliakh to the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter and the head of its
Hebrew Department, and
Uriel Rauff, the new
shaliakh to the
Hashomer Hatzair youth
movement, will be pre-
sent.
The public is invited free
of charge. In case of rain the
kumsitz will be moved in-
doors.

Begin to Visit

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin will pay an official
visit to Canada in the fall.

It does no harm to listen
to one's own wife.

The gift that's
appreciated all year.

ter, 661-1948.
The Israel Information
Center, with quarters in the
Jewish Community Center
library, will officially open
in October.

Americans, Israelis Set Picnic

ANNOUNCEMENT

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Wachler, agencies; Pola
Friedman, speakers
bureau; Nancy Jacobson,
evening gatherings; Bar-
bara Eisenberg, "mini-
tours;" and James M.
August, media develop-
ment.

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