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March 21, 1980 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

60 Friday, March 21, 1980

JWV

NO LABOR OR PARTS
CHARGES!

557-6830

freshments will be served.
For information, call
President Dorothy Cohen,
547-0780; or the JWV office,
559-5680.

BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will hold a general
membership meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
A short business meeting
and service reports will be
followed by a social Re-

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YOU.

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ABE CHEROw, President
CALL LI/ _4-5900

By HEIDI PRESS

CHARLES SHAPIRO
POST will hold its annual
bowling night 9:30 p.m.
Saturday at Plum Hollow
Lanes. There is a charge,
and guests are invited. For
reservations or informa-
tion, call Sandy Pliskow,
399-1546; or Judy Klonel,
545-3573.

DISCO IS OUR SPECIALITY,
HIGH QUALITY OUR PERFORMANCE.
OUTSTANDING IN
MUSIC, LIGHTING, TEACHING AND
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FOR A FUNTASTIC PARTY,
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Call ART and JAN at

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Student Emissaries Queried
on Lifestyle, Not Politics

4'

RAYMOND
LT.
ZUSSMAN AUXILIARY
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the home of Mrs. Louis
Weber, 27335 Aberdeen,
Southfield. Nominations
will be taken. Mrs. Charles
Hauptman announces re-
ports of the national
president's visit will be
read. For information, call
Mrs. Hauptman, 352-2606;
or Mrs. Weber, 557-5930.

ANNOUNCEMENT

with THE PRIMOS
EUPHONY
Detroit favorites for many years

• Weddings
• Bnai Mitzva
• 6-part vocals

Call 855-1400

.

Drinking, driving, the
draft, drugs and disco were
the topics about which two
Israeli students were ques-
tioned during their visit
this week to the Detroit
area.
Batia Scheinin, 16, a na-
tive of Austria who lives in
Ashkelon, and Howard Tep-
Featuring
lizki, 15, a Canadian native
T.V. & Recording Artist
whose family moved to
Kiryat Bialik outside of
VICKIE CARROLL
"Professional Entortainmint"
Haifa, talked about their
meetings with students in
255-
354-0110
secular and day schools.
Most of the topics con-
cerned their lifestyles,
rather than politics. Where
the non-Jewish students
were concerned about typi-
cal teen-age activities, the
Photography with
students in the Jewish day
a Personal Touch
schools wanted to know
398-6894
what it is like to be a Jew in
Israel, to be in the majority.
Specializing in Candids and Video
Hosted in the Detroit
area by the Rabert Naf-
taly and David Leben- riosussirimmuissisuriiiisii ■■■ •■ =lua l
bom families, the stu-
dents expressed a desire
to see their peers in Is-
Men & Women
rael.
"It is important for every
NEW SOLID STATE MACHINES
Jew to make Israel inde-
Fast • Safe • Permanent
pendent," Batia said. How-
ard said he hoped that "ties
Free Consultation
between U.S. and American
Jews are strengthened."
Asked what they ob-
Formerly of Northland Center
16231 14 Mile Road
served during their stay in
(Betw. Southfield & Greenfield) II
the U.S., arranged by the Is-
MAIO ON OM OM MO MO OM OP On MO In On MB En On En En
raeli Foreign and Education
is me
Ministries, the students
mentioned a variety of
Let the professionals
topics.
"There is more con-
save you time and money
venience here," Howard
on
your next new car purchase!
said. He remarked that
Americans are worried
about paying a dollar-plus
for gasoline, whereas in Is-
- NOW ORDERING ALL 1980
rael the cost for a gallon of
CARS & LIGHT TRUCKS
gas is $3.
He said he noticed an
1979's still available from stock
ignorance among Ameri-
can students about Is-
\. 1,„k_ NEW CAR put,.
rael. When asked to find
BROKER " C HASES
PROFESSP
it on a map, Howard said
(Up
to
23%
discount
on new cars.,
that many of the students
looked at the U.S. and in
)
968-2360
China.
He remarked that the
"percentage of assimilation
25900 Greenfield Road, Suite 139 • Oak Park, Michigan 48237
touches me the most," but
did not elaborate.
Howard said "there is a
big American influence in
Isra,;1" particularly in the
areas of clothing, food and
entertainment."
Batia, a student of math,
physics, English and
graphic arts, said she was
glad to have the opportunity
to come to the U.S.
Howard, who is pursu-
ing studies in the same
areas, in addition to

HAIR REMOVED FOREVER

Dialogue Backer

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
American Jewish leader Dr.
Arthur Hertzberg has writ-
ten in Haaretz in favor of
free discussion within the
Jewish world on Israeli
policies.
He wrote that dissenting
views from the Diaspora
may be dangerous, but it is
more dangerous to oppose
criticism. "There is no sub-
stitute for an open and di-
rect exchange of ideas," he
wrote.

Dorothy Stofer

!Li

1 647-3432

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Tel Aviv municipal awards
for Yiddish literature
named after Mendele
Mocher Seforim were given
recently to the monthly Di
Goldene Keit for its contri-
bution to Yiddish literature
and marking the publica-
tion of its 100th issue, and to
the Yiddish daily, Letzte
Nayes, for its contribution
towards the integration of
Yiddish-speaking immig-
rants in Israel and marking
its 30th anniversary.

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Arabic, and Batia were
chosen as a result of
exams they had taken
and after they had been
interviewed by Israeli of-
ficials. Following a series
of seminars, 70 students
out of 100 applicants
were chosen to be
shlikhim.
The two, who have been
in New York, Michigan and
Wisconsin, will return to Is-
rael Thursday. Their De-
troit schedule was arranged
under the auspices of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.

The

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Arlazaroff - Avrunin -
Weitzman Branch 137 of
the Labor Zionist Alliance
will meet noon Sunday in
the new LZA headquarters,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park, announced
Isadore Brown, president.
The meeting will be dedi-
cated to Jewish Music
Month. Cantor Louis Klein
will entertain. Guests are
welcome.

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