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April 03, 1981 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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60 Friday, April 3, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Over 20 Years Experience

Couples Meet
for City of Hope

ARC Stresses
Awareness
for Retarded

Manischewitz Kashrut Certificate

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Colony Park
Apts. club house.
President Max Kushner
will discuss -plans for the
12th annual night of games.
A social hour will be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Blackman and Sarah
Fishkind.

See "THE LEADER" Today

Morris
Buick

A certificate of kashrut for Passover was presented in recent ceremonies to
officials of the B. Manischewitz Co. Shown are, from left, company board chair-
man Bernard Manischewitz, Rabbi Maurice Schwartz, William Manischewitz,
Rabbi David Silver, Robert Starr, Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky, Robert Mann and
Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger.

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DONNA GREEN has
joined the staff of Travel
Bazaar, Inc., 29563 North-
western, Southfield, as a
travel consultant. For
travel information, call her
at 356-4500.

* * *

Dennis B. Deutsch was
elected group vice president

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and Wallace Kinzer, secre-
tary and assistant corporate
counsel at American Fed-
eral Savings.
* * *
David L. Friedman of
the Detroit Agency of the
Aetna Life Insurance Co.,
has been presented the 1980
National Quality Award,

Hack Shoes Marks 65th

ARLINGTON, Tex. —
The month of March was
designated as Mental Re-
tardation Month by the
Association for Retarded
Citizens (ARC).
Of the six million men-
tally retarded people in the
United States, 89 percent
are only mildly retarded
and many live fully-
independent lives, accord-
ing to H. Gilbert Johnson,
president of the association.
Mental Retardation Month
was designed to better ac-
quaint people with the facts
of retardation and to help
the public recognize the
myths that exist concerning
the retarded.

CJF to Hear
2 U.S. Envoys

NEW YORK — Max M.
marking his 12th qualifica-
_Kampelman, chairman of
tion.
* *
the U.S. delegation to the
Morton Zieve, chairman Conference on Security and
of Simons Michelson Zieve Cooperation in Europe, and
Inc., Troy, has been elected Walter J. Stoessel, Jr.,
to the board of directors of under secretary for political
the Michigan Opera affairs at the State Depart-
ment, will address the
Theatre.
Council of Jewish Federa-
* * *
Kenneth A. Hafer has tions at its April board and
been named director of ar- committee meetings in
chitectural production and Washington, D.C. next
Alphone T. Malin has been week.
named director of field op-
erations at Louis G. Red-
stone Associates, Inc.

Trojan

* * *

Superior Potato Chip
Co. potato chips will be
kosher for Passover.
Superior will be supervised
by the Rabbinic Conference
of Michigan (Moetzet
Harabbanim Michigan)
whose president is Rabbi
Charles H. Rosensveig. The
packages will carry the
RCM logo and are pareve.

• custom made just for you • laminates,
glass, lucite, marble • tables, wall units,
credenzas, etc. • delightfully, fine work-
manship • low prices.

Celebrating the 65th anniversary of the Hack
Shoe Co., are, from left: Morton, James, Larry and
Robert Hack. The is the oldest shoe retailer in the
Detroit area operating under its original family own-
ership.

Vicky Leebove

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Adell, former Detroiters of
Dallas, Tex., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Linda Marlene of Hous-
ton, Tex., to Josef Levy, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Mordachi
Levy of Haifa, Israel.
Miss Adell attends the
Hilton School of Hotel and
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Her fiance was educated
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