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October 16, 1981 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Book- Fair
Covers
Jewish Concerns

,

Every aspect of Jewish
life, all matters of concern to
Jewry, are covered in the
writings of the .30 speakers
who will address the annual
Jewish Book Fair, 'at the
Jewish Community Center,



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FOR YOUR LOVED ONES
THAT THEY SHALL BE
REMEMBERED

PLANT TREES
THAT WILL GROW
IN ISRAEL
IN THEIR. MEMORIES

This observance is an age-old, hal-
lowed Jewish tradition and it has
become customary to plant trees in
Israel to link forever the cherished
memories of your dear ones.

MAIL OR PHONE YOUR ORDERS —
WE WILL DO THE REST

JEWISH

"*"

MICHAEL STROME

plus

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Capes & Costumes

tip

Princeton's
BAR
MITZUA
MEN

starting with the address by
former U.S. Sen. Jacob
Javits on Nov. 14.
Included in the list of
speakers is I.L. Kenen,
former executive vice presi- _
dent of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
and author of "Israel's De- -
fense Line: Her Friends and

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NEIL ROCKIND
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Rockind
B'nai Moshe
Sept 12th


Son of
Phyllis & Steve Storme

KENEN

Foes in Washington," who
will speak on Nov. 18, and
John Bierman, author of
"Righteous Gentile." the
Raoul Wallenberg story,
who will be the speaker on
Nov. 19.
Kenen will address the
session jointly sponsored by
the American Jewish
Committee, American
Jewish Congress and Bnai
Brith Anti-Defamation
League. The sponsors of the
Bierman lecture are the
Jewish National Fund and
the Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of
America.
Bierman's '"Righteous
Gentile" was reviewed in
The Jewish News last
week. He discovered the
then virtually-unknown
story of Wallenberg while
working as a television
news correspondent for
the British Broadcasting
Corporation in Israel in
1979. He now lives in
Washington, where he is
a contributor to the BBC
and a columnist for the
Boston Globe.
Kenen enlisted in the
struggle for a Jewish state
in 1917, when he founded
the first Young Judea Club
in Toronto at age 12. He
represented American Jews
at the UN Charter Confer-
ence at San Francisco in
1945. He was a member of
Israers,first UN delegation,
and later the spokesman of
the Washington lobby for
economic aid for Israel. He
retired in 1975 and is now
honorary chairman of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee and editor
emeritus of the Near East
Report.
For Book Fair informa-
tion, call the Center, 661-
1000, ext. 250.

rriday,'Octeber. 16, 1961 25

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Aug. 22nd

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'
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Aug. 14th

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Son of
Paulette & Bob Koffron
and Dr. Lou Jacobs
Temple Beth El
July 18th

Son of
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Sept.'11th

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JEFF WEXLER
Son of
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Temple Kol Ami
Sept 12th

MITCHELL GOLDSTROM
Son of
Glen & Iris Goldstrom
Beth Achim
Sept. 12th

Price-Gouging
Found on NY
Kosher Poultry

NEW YORK — A local
television station recently
reported on kosher food
price-gouging by some New
York supermarkets.
followed
WCBS-TV
Saperstein,
Nathaniel
former president of the Na-
tional Council of Young Is-
rael, on a tour of several
area supermarkets compar-
ing prices of kosher and
non-kosher poultry. They
discovered a 100 percent
markup on kosher poultry
in some cases.

Nothing ever gets built on
schedule or within budget.

DAVID PELTZ
Son of
Barbara & Martin Peitz
Temple Kol Ami
Aug. 1st

FRED BINDER
'
Son of
Carol Franklin & Robert Binder
Temple Beth El
Sept. 26th

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Sept. 12th

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