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May 01, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Caricatures

for your party

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SAM FIELD

399-1320

AJC Records
Are Published

NEW YORK — "Inven-
tory of Records of the.
American Jewish Commit-
tee, 1906-1980," is a recent
publication of University
Microfilms. The 800-page,
volume, which will also be
available on microfilm, was
prepared as a finding aid to
AJCommittee records. It
was funded by a grant from
the National Endowment
for the Humanities and by a
contribution from the late
Gerard Weinstock, AJ-
Committee's treasurer.

Evergreen Hadassah

presents

ART EXHIBIT AND AUCTION

Saturday Evening, May 9, 1981

Wine ;Preview from 7:30 to 8:30 P.M.

Auction Commences at 8:30 P.M.

GALLERY ART CENTER

18831 W. 12 Mile
Lathrup Village, Michigan

Donation: $1.50 Per Person
Valuable Door Prize

MASTER CARD AND VISA ACCEPTED

remember

Mother's Day
May 10

WITH A SYMBOL OF LIFE

Friday, May 1, 1981

Bnai David Plants Forest
in Israel on Behalf of JNF

CLASSIC VALET SERVICE

Valet Parking For Any Occasion
Contact: Jeffrey 569-2817

TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD

Signing the contract establishing the Bnai David
Congregational Forest in the Rabbi Leo Jung Forest
in Safed, Israel, to be planted under the auspices of
the Jewish National Fund are, seated, from left: Irene
Light, sisterhood president; Cantor Hyman J. Adler;
Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut; and Gustav Berenholz, who
will be the honoree at the synagogue's membership
breakfast to be held 10 a.m. Sunday to establish the
forest. Pictured in back row, from left, are: Leonard
Nagle; Philip Bolton; Mike Must, chairman of the
breakfast; Lawrence Traison, president of the
synagogue; and Ruben Isaacs, JNF president. Emil
Cohen will entertain. Admission is by the purchase of
one tree. For details, call the JNF, 557-6644.

May Is Kashrut Month

The President of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit, Rabbi
Leizer Levin, has declared
the month of May "Met-
ropolitan Detroit Kashrut
Month."
Kashrut Month will em-
phasize the importance of
maintaining kashrut.
The council consists of 21
rabbis representing
synagogues and, educa-
tional institutes throughout
the Metropolitan area,
Windsor, Ontario, and To-
ledo, Ohio. They supervise
kashrut for over 50
facilities, meat markets,
caterers, bakeries, food
product plants and commu-
nity institutions.
Some of the supervised
facilities include the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, Sinai Hospital,
Jewish Community Cen-
ter cafeteria and Federa-
tion Apartments.
The council publishes a
monthly newsletter on kas-
hrut data called Kosher-
gram which is produced by
the Merkaz, the layman's

association of the Vaad
Harabonim (Council of
Rabbis). Consumers wish-
ing to receive this free
bulletin can call the Vaad
office, 559-5005.
The council will send a
rabbi to any home at no
charge to provide assistance
and guidance in converting
to kashrut.
Local rabbis will observe
Kashrut Month by devoting
at least one sermon to the
importance of kashrut.
Jewish schools will have
special education programs
on kashrut.

"ART WORKS"

Sun., May 3rd thru Tiles., May 5th

11-8

Admission $2

at Temple Israel

5125 Walnut Lake Rd., (bet. Farmington & Drake Rd.)

ART-POTTERY
HANDCRAFTED APPAREL
JEWELRY — PLANTS
LUNCH

.

Sun., May 3, 11-5 Jewelry Appraisals,
Tapper's Jewelry $3.00 ea.

Mon., May 4, 11-5 Antique Appraisals
by Stalker & Boos $3.00 ea.

Tues., May 5, 11 a.m. Fashion Show by Alvin's

CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE

PROUDLY PRESENTS

1981 ANNUAL CONCERT

Martin & Jonathan Liebman
"Musical Accompaniment"

Funds Restored
for Nazi Probes

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
TREE CERTIFICATE

PLANT TREES IN ISRAEL

in her name

Why not stop in and pick up a certificate?
Office will be open this Sunday 10-2.

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JNF

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND,
27308 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48076

557-6644

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The House Judiciary Com-
mittee has restored the
$118,000 that the Reagan
Administration had cut
from the Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special In-
vestigations (OSI) budget
for the 1982 fiscal year be-
ginning Oct. 1.
The OSI investigates and
prosecutes Nazi war crimi-
nals living in the U.S.

Wine to Begin
Lecture Series

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
begin a lecture series on
"Rebels With a Cause," 8:30
p.m. Monday in the Bir-
mingham Temple. He will
review "A Man" by Oriana
Fallaci.
The public is invited at a
charge.

CANTOR
SHERWOOD GOFFIN

B'nai Moshe Sisterhood
Chorale Group

CANTOR
LOUIS KLEIN

SUNDAY • MAY 3 • 8 P.M.

DONATION — $5.00 ADULTS
$3.00 STUDENTS

14390 W. Ten Mile Rd. Oak Park
FOR INFORMATION 548-9000

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