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April 24, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 24, 1981

The Podiatry Practice Of

DR. ALBERT DUNN

Has Been Assumed By
Dr. P.D. Rubinstein & Dr. M.B. Stromer

Podiatric Physicians and Foot Surgeons
and will be relocated at

The Washington Square Medical Dental Center
18597 W. 10 Mile Rd.,
3 blks. W. of Southfield Rd.

HOURS BY APPT. 559 - 4110
24-Hour Answering Service

Plans Progress for Celebration
of Israel Independence May 10

Further plant were an-
nounced this week for the
celebration that will be held
on May 10 in honor of Israel
Independence Day.
The festivities will begin
with a parade that will
leave the Bendix Corp.
parking lot in Southfield at
1 p.m. and travel down Civic
Center Drive to the South-
field Civic Center.
Upon arrival at the Civic
Center there will be a wel-
coming ceremony featuring
political dignitaries which
will be followed by an origi-
,

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356-7050

Help Your
Child Help
The Children
Of Israel

Preparing booths for the Israel Independence
Day celebration May 10 are, from left: Daniella Peleg,
who is preparing a booth on Israeli art; Charlotte
Tessler, a member of the Michigan Region, American
Red Magen David for Israel, who is preparing an in-
formation booth; and Reuven Leibovich, Israel Aliya
Center shaliakh, who will oversee the World Zionist
Organization booth, "1,000 Tales of Israel."

nal multi-media production
entitled "Israel Alive and
Singing."
Throughout the day
there will be an exhibi-
tion at the Southfield
Civic Center that will in-
clude about 20 booths
featuring .information
and products relating to
Israel.
Among those participat-
ing in the exhibition will be
Nancy Good who was re-
cently in Israel and has col-
lected works by various Is-
raeli artists which she will
display and sell. There
also will be a collection of
art by Israeli and Jewish ar-
tists which has been coordi-
nated by Daniella Peleg.
These items will all be for
sale and will include etch-
ings, watercolors, lithog-
raphs and prints.
Scheduled as part of the
festivities are several in-
formation booths which are
sponsored by local Jewish

organizations. Included will
be displays by various
Zionist groups, service
groups and a display which
will focus on education in
Israel.
Additionally, the Israel
Independence Day Commit-
tee will have several food
booths where those attend-
ing the celebration will be
able to purchase such items
as falafel, hot dogs, ham-
burgers and soft drinks.
Also available will be Is-
raeli posters and Indepen-
dence Day t-shirts.
David Gubow is in
charge of booths and ex-
hibits and he said that
there is still time for
groups to obtain a booth.
Gubow also is looking for
volunteers to help staff
the food booths.
For information or to vol-
unteer, call the Jewish
Community Center, 661-
1000, ext. 250.

Friends of Hillel to Meet

by recording his
or her name in the

CHILDREN'S HONOR ROLL
in JERUSALEM

You could not do anything more meaningful for your boy or girl than to
associate his or her name with a cause which seeks to give other
children land on which to live, soil from which to bring forth food, and
security for the future.

Receive a Beautiful Honor Certificate which bears your child's
name when you give this thoughtful gift for birthday, Brit Milah,
Pidyan Haben, or other joyous occasions.

For Each 'Inscription Make a
Contribution to the Jewish
National Fund in the
Amount of

CALL THE

'18

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

27308 SOUTHFIELD ROAD SOUTHFIELD, MICH. 48076

PHONE 557-6644

Friends of Hillel will hold
their annual meeting at an
"Evening With Friends"
7:30 p.m. May 4 at Hillel
Day School.
Hillel alumni, Ruthellen
Kass Singer, David Schos-
tak, Beth Lupovitch and
David Altman, will speak.
Rabbi Robert Abramson
will act as moderator.
Ninth grade Hillel stu-
dents, under the direction of
Carole Rosenberg, will pre-
sent selections from "L'il
Abner," the 1981 senior
class play.
Life member, Anaruth
Bernard, will present a
certificate to new life
members, Harriet Berke,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip For-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Freedland, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Helman, Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Iwrey, Al-
bert Kaufman, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Lupovitch,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Schultz, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Shulman, Dr.
and Mrs. Sheldon

Schwartz and Alma
Yaffe.
Friends of Hillel is corn-
prised of grandparents of
Hillel students, parents of
alumni, Hillel parents and
other interested individu-
als.
The co-ordinating com-
mittee includes Arlene Til-
chin, Rona Freedland,
Rochelle Lupovitch, Marie
Berlin, Ms. Bernard, Denah
S. Bookstein, Gloria Freed-
land and Carole Sole.

Hopwoocj Winner

Diane Gail Klempner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Klempner of
Southfield, was named a
winner of the 50th annual
Avery and Jule Hopwood
contest in creative writing
at the Universtiy of Michi-
gan.

In 1971, the Soviet Union
permitted 14,000 Jews to
immigrate — three times as
many as the total for the
previous 25 years.

Old Timers
Election Set

The Hannah Schloss Old
Timers will hold their an-
nual election-meeting 1
p.m. May 3 in the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center.
Lobenthal,
Richard
Michigan Regional director
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will
be the featured speaker.
Bernard Schlussel is
president. Brunch will be
served. For information,
call Mollie Bank, chairman,
968-5298.

April 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Simons (Diane
Reinheimer) of Southfield, a
son, Eric Ross.

* * *

April 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Kim Bundgaard
(Wendi Greenspan) of Far-
mington Hills, a son, Jared
Michael.
* * *
April 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Reid (Cheryl Ras-
kin) of Oak Park, a son,
Ryan Christopher.
* * * *
April 9 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Goodman (Enid
Schwartz) of Bloomfield
Hills, a son, Roger Lawr-
ence.

* * *

April 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Leon Perlstein (Lisa Abady)
of Birmingham, a son, Seth
David.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Modell (Ella Hollander) of
Oak Park, a daughter,
Monica.

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