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January 23, 1981 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Lori Adelson
to Wed in April

ENTERTAINMENT?—
Seymour Schwartz

—of Course!

356-8525

• BILL MEYER ORCHESTRA
• DENNIS VERNIER

• CHARLES ROWLAND
• CARICATURES '

INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz

—Of Course!

(Hebrew Copy Available)

352-7387 /

!! WHY WORRY !!

Leave Everything to Us

DR. ADELSON
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adel-
son of Oak Park announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Dr. Lori M., to
Stephen Z. Plotkin, son of
Mrs.Marcella Plotkin of
Pittsburgh, Pa., and the late
Mr. David Plotkin.
Dr. Adelson earned a BS
degree from the University
of Michigan and MD degree
from Wayne State Univer-
sity. Dr. Adelson is a
psychiatric resident at
Vanderbilt University Med-
ical Center in Nashville,
Tenn.
Her fiance attended the
University of Wisconsin
and was graduated from the
Berklee College of Music in
Boston, Mass.
An April wedding is
planned.

Wyn & Harold Landis

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Tapper's, the source.

26400 West Twelve Mile Road
In Southfield's Racquetime Mall

Norineas1 corner of 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy

. 357.5578

Mon -rues .

HOURS

VISA

Wed Fr, Sal 10-6
Thur . 10 , 9

MAMMON& tAll

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Allan/Touro College Lists Classes in Winter Schedule

The winter semester of
The Allan/Touro College is
scheduled to begin Feb. 2.
Highlighting the new of-
ferings in the Judaic studies
program is Basic Values of
Jewish Life, a study of the
Torah's approach to human
relations, taught by Rabbi
James I. Gordon. CO-
sponsored by Young Israel
of Oak-Woods, this class
will meet on Wednesdays at
8:30 p.m. Rabbi Gordon will
also be teaching a survey
course of source texts and
rabbinic literature which
will meet at the United He-
brew Schools Building.
Another offering in con-
junctiqlp with the Young Is-
rael adult program is In-
termediate Hebrew, de-
signed for those who have
some elementary knowl-
edge of the language. Rabbi
Shaul Groner will conduct
the class, stressing news-
paper readings and conver-
sational skills. The class
will meet Tuesdays, 7:30 at
Young Israel of Greenfield.
Instruction in the Yid-
dish language, provided
by Morris Nobel, also is
available for elementary,
intermediate and ad-
vanced levels.
In addition, classes are of-
fered in sociology — De-

r

it
Nab

mography of the Jews and
The Jewish Family:
Structure and Function —
with Rabbi Shlomo
Kupinsky and philosophy
— History of the Talmud
and Survey of Jewish
Philosophers — with Rabbi
Max Kapustin.
Those interested in de-
veloping their technical
language skills may now
enroll in the second semes-
ter of the English language
program. The class in tech-
nical English will meet 7
p.m. Tuesday evenings. Al-
though this course is offered
without tuition fee to new
Americans, a registration
fee is required to reserve
class space.
In conjunction with the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne State Uni-
versity, the college will co-
sponsor a course in Funda-
mental Jewish Concepts
which will meet 1:30 p.m.
Mondays in the Hillel
Lounge 667 Student Center

AJCongress Files
Brief in Michigan
Federal Court

The American Jewish
Congress has filed a friend-
of-court brief in Grand
Rapids in a major test case
involving the right of a
Seventh Day Adventist to
refuse to pay union dues on
the basis of her religious be-
liefs.
The case, McDaniel vs.
Essex is now before the U.S.
District Court for the West-
ern District of Michigan:
The employee, Doris
McDaniel, worked for the
Essex International Corp.
in Berrien Springs. When
she refused to join or con-
tribute to the union as re-
quired by the union con-
tract, the company dis-
missed her.

Hillel classes for Hillel
members.
The Allan/Touro College
Bulletin listing these

clasSes and providing regis-
tration information is now
available at the college
office, 357 :2968.

S.

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ew
4 5- eiteiktiort,

GIRLS FASHIONS
4-14 & Pre-Teen

Largest Selection In The Area

FINAL SALE

Building, on campus, be-
ginning Feb. 2.

On

A Talmud for Lawyers
and Students of Law

ALL WINTER
MERCHANDISE

class will begin 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 2 in the home of
Rabbi Louis Finkelman,
13708 Wales, Oak Park.
There is no charge for the

Singles EVents

THE JEWISH SING-,
LES will go ice skating 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the
Southfield Civic Center
Rink. There is a nominal
charge.
The group will see the
film, "The Jazz Singer,"
Jan. 31, meeting 2:30 p.m.
at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center. There
is a charge.
The Jewish Singles are in
the process of forming a bal-

HAVE FOREVER

Friday, January 23, 1981 47

50-15% OFF

lroom dancing class. Per-
sons who wish to participate
should call Les Weitman,
356-8654; or the Jewish
Center, 661-1000, ext. 219.
Volleyball is held 8:30
p.m. Mondays at the Morris
Branch. Admission is nom-
inal.

29807 Northwestern Hwy. at Inkster
Applegate Square 357-1123
Mon.-Sat. 10-5

Our January once-a-year sale!
If you miss it...you'll have to wait
until 1982!

.

Our versatile worktable made of natural

Beech wood measures 41 3/4"W
x 22" D x 27 3/4"H. It has
storage compartments for
paper and pencils and a
top that can be used flat
or tilted. Reg. $139.
Now on Sale $109.
Adjustable desk chair rolls
on casters in four
devastating colors. Brown,
red, green, and blue. Reg.
$90. Now on Sale $69.

Heart Protection

TEL AVIV (ZINS) --
Kupat Holim (Histadrut
Sick Fund) is conducting a
public education campaign
in Israel, telling Israelis
they can avoid heart disease
if they stop smoking, eat
sensibly, learn to relax,
engage in sex and indulge in
a little wine and beer.

ANN ARBOR
410 N. Fourth Ave.
at Farmers Market
(313) 668 4688

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M. Th. F 9-9
T. W. S 9-6, Sun 12 5

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SOUTHFIELD
26026 W. 12 Mile Rd.
West of Telegraph
(313) 352-1530
M. Th, F 10-9
T, W. S 10-6, Sun 12-5

TRAVERSE CITY
12917 W. Bayshore Dr.

at Harbor West
(616) 941-1313
M. T. W 9-6
Th, F 9-9, Sat 9-5

.E The Workbench Inc. 1981

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