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June 26, 1981 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Kalt Fund Winners Named

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Black of Detroit announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Debra Lynn
Black, to Robert Wohl,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
•Wohl of Southfield. Miss

WEVD Legal Tiff Deemed Costly

NEW (JTA) — An unsuc-
cessful 18-month long
Orthodox-sponsored legal
battle to prevent the sale by
the Forward Association of
the AM band at its WEVD

Black was graduated from
the Shapero School of Nurs-
ing at Sinai Hospital. Her
fiance was graduated from
the University of Detroit.
An August wedding is
planned.

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*One "Trade-In" Per Book Purchased (Limit 10)
*"Trade-Ins" must be in re-sellable condition and less
than 4 years old

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radio station caused "severe
financial distress" to
WEVD and "terrible finan-
cial damage" to the Jewish
Daily Forward, the Forward
Association (FA) said.

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Attending the presentation of the Kalt Israel
Scholarship Award were, from left: Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper, Harold Kalt, winner Mark Cymerint, win-
ner Benji Frank, Alan Kalt and Rabbi Israel I. Hal-
pern.

Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses has awarded
the Kalt Israel Scholarship
Award for 1981 to Mark
Cymerint and Benji Frank.
The first prize, a $1,250

Mitterand Govt.
Has Few Jews

PARIS (JTA) — The sec-
ond round of France's par-
liamentary elections which
resulted in a sweeping vic-
tory for President Francois
Mitterand's Socialist Party,
brought fewer than a half
dozen known Jews into the
newly elected 491-member
National Assembly, and
only one of those identifies
himself as a Jew.
The new deputies, known
to be Jewish, are Claude
Gerard Marcus and Olivier
Stirn, both neo-Gaullists;
Pierre Zarka, a Communist;
Jean Worms and Claude Es-
tier, both Socialists. Only
Marcus, a Paris deputy,
openly identifies himself as
Jewish and plays a role in
Jewish community affairs.

summer trip to Israel was
awarded to Cymerint, and
the $250 State of Israel
Bond to Frank.
The judging panel con-
sisted of Judge Nathan J.
Kaufman, Judge Michael
Stacey, Lois Fishman,
Phoebe Mainster and Ste-
ven Kalt. Serving as consul-
tants to the contest were
Rabbis Israel I. Halpern and
A. Irving Schnipper,
spiritual leaders of the con-
gregation.
The award is sponsored
by Mrs. Bee Kalt and her
family.

Outdoor Shabat
Service Planned

Temple Emanu-El will
begin its series of outdoor
Shabat services 8 p.m. July
3. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stark will conduct the serv-
ices that night.
An outdoor picnic will
precede the services at 6
p.m. Participants are re-
quested to bring their own
dinners. Beverages will be
available.

In general, indulgence for
those we know, is rarer than
pity for those we know not.
— Rivarol

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Disease Fund
to Have Meeting

The Detroit area Al-
zheimer's Disease and Re-
lated Disorders Association
will hold a public meeting 2
p.m. Sunday at the
Lafayette Clinic Au-
ditorium, 951 E. Lafayette,
Detroit.
Dr. Sam Brinkman will
speak on "Alzheimer's Dis-
ease and the Senility
Myth." Alzheimer's disease
is a progressive, irreversi-
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there is no known cause or
cure. For details, call NancY
Lombardo, 646-2582.

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Flashlights
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Tooth Brush Holders

Official T-Shirts -
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Discount Insect
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