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March 05, 1982 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Greek Aids Yeshivat Akiva

Peace Subject
of Dialogue

The Detroit Council for
World Affairs will present a
dialogue with Riffat Hassan
and Rabbi Sherwin Wine
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Birmingham Temple.
Theme of the dialogue is
The Roots of Peace,
Judaism and Islam."
Ms. Hassan is chairman
of the religious studies pro-
gram at the University of
Louisville. She is a member
of the Trialogue of Jewish,
Christian and Muslim
Scholars, sponsored by the
Kennedy Institute of Ethics
in Washington, D.C.
Rabbi Wine is the founder
and spiritual leader of the
Birmingham Temple.
Refreshments - will be
served. There is an admis-
sion charge. For details, call
Marjorie Katz, 577-3453 or
577-3468.

Yeshivat Akiva has re-
ceived a five-year donation
of sports equipment from
Deano Moraitis, owner of
Shields Pizzeria.
Moraitis is a Greek im-
migrant who came to this
country in 1965. From ini-
tial dishwashing and
shoeshining jobs, Deano
gradually worked himself
up to his current position as
owner of five pizza parlors.

Friday, March 5, 1982 41

You Deserve
The. Best...

Although Deano himself
never completed grammar
school, he is a firm believer
in the value of education.
"Education," he says, "gives
someone the choice of a bet-
ter life style." An active par-
ticipant in communal af-
fairs and a contributor to
the University of Detroit,
Deano's interest in Akiva
derives from a Jewish an-
cestor.

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UJA Campaign at MSU

The 1982 United Jewish
Appeal student campaign is
under way on the Michigan
State University campus.
The students have set a goal
of $7,000. The collected
funds will be distributed to
UJA, the Detroit Holocaust
Memorial Center, MSU
Hillel Jewish Student Cen-
ter, the New Israel Fund
and other Jewish organiza-

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

Manischewitz

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Summer
Program in Israel

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

Michigan State Univer-
sity's Office of Overseas
Study will sponsor its fourth
annual Social Science in Is-
rael Program this summer.
All college students are
eligible to participate and
will receive social science
credit. The program is July
5-Aug. 16.
For information, call
Cathy Kaner, (517) 352-
2306, or write Office of
Overseas Study, 108 Center
for International Programs,
Michigan State University,
East Lansing 48824.

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This year's co-cordinators
are Erin Goldstein and
Mark Prussian. Members of
the core committee include:
Cathy Kaner, public rela-
tions; Lori Pritzker, promo-
tion; Elisa Ginter, informa-
tion and education; Steve
Woronoff, treasury;, and
Carolyn Sklarchyk, phone
solicitation.

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Can

Marci Wolfe
Plans to Marry

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MISS WOLFE

Dr. and Mrs. Bennett
Wolfe of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Marci Ka-
ren, to Dr. Daniel Paul
Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Kramer of Brook-
lyn, N.Y.
Miss Wolfe attended
Michigan State University
and is a BS degree and Doc-
tor of Optometry degree
candidate at the Pennsyl-
vania College of Optometry.
Her fiance earned a BA
degree at the State Univer-
sity of New York at Buffalo
and a Doctor cif Optometry
degree at the Pennsylvania
College of Optometry.
An early August wedding
is planned.

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Some 72,000 Arabs living
in the administered ter-
ritories are employed in Is-
rael.

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