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December 09, 1983 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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24 Friday, December 9, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Downtown Synagogue Elects Irving Roth

Irving Roth was elected
president of the Downtown
Synagogue at its annual
congregational election
meeting.
Elected with him were:
Ralph R. Goldsmith, honor-
ary president; Norman M.
Newman, Joseph Weiss and
Alfred Berkowitz, vice
presidents; Sheilah • Gold-
berg, secretary; Jack

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"Retail courtesies at Wholesale Prkes"

Cong. Bnai David alumni
participated in the second
annual Bnai David col-
legiate brunch held recently
at the Hillel House on the
University of Michigan
campus.
Participating in the
brunch, which included a
discussion by Rabbi Morton
F. Yolkut, spiritual leader
of the congregation, were:
Adriene Adler, Ken Ber-
nard, Michael Betman,
Ronald Betman, Michelle
Blumenberg, Adam Cooper,
Rhonda Dean, Ronny
Ferber, Sherry Ferber,
Lionel Glancy, Debbie
Grossman, David Icikson,
Howard Korman, Steven
Markel, Shelly Mozin,
Nancy Rosenfeld, Marc So-
ble, Melanee Soble, Janice
and Steven Traison and
Michael Wais.
A second brunch is
scheduled for Feb. 26 at the
Hillel House at Michigan
State University. Reserva-
tions for the brunch are
being
taken at the
synagogue office, 557-8210.

,

Yourofsky, treasurer.
The board of directors in-
cludes: George 'A. Agree, A.
Arnold Agree, Richard A.
Agree, Oscar Bank, Donald
Canvasser, V,aul D. Unatin,
Wilbert Blake, Charles
Fink, Judge Nathan J.

Kaufman, Edward Miller,
Joseph Morrison, Ethel
Palman, Stuart J. Snider,
George Bass and Harold
Grodman.
Officers and directors will
be installed at Jan. 7 Shabat
services.

Reception Set for Yeshiva

'A reception on behalf of and graduated thousands of
the Yeshiva and Mesivta students — laymen and
Torah Vodaath will be held rabbis — who are leaders in
8 p.m. Monday in the home Jewish education and in the
of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold rabbinate in the United
Carmen, 15927 Hilton, States, Israel, South Africa
Southfield. and South America. Many
Marvin W. Berlin is the Detroiters are included
chairman. Guest speaker among its graduates.
will be Rabbi Yitzchok
Meier Schorr.
Former students and in-
The Yeshiva and Mesivta terested persons are in-
Torah Vodaath is celebrat- vited. For information, call
ing its 60th anniversary. the Carmens, 557-2538; or
.Since its founding, the New Rabbi Leo Goldman, 547-
York institute has trained 8555.

Rabbis List Kosher Establishments

The Kashrut Committee a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, as
of the Council of Orthodox well as felafel, salads,
Rabbis of Greater Detroit is sandwiches and desserts.
now supervising five res- Specials include quiche,
taurants or catering opera- stuffed zucchini and
tions in the Detroit area. others. The restaurant is
The five include: also open Saturday eve-
• The Center Cafe at the nings.
Jewish Community Center
• Sperber's Kosher Karry
in West Bloomfield.
Out, 25250 Greenfield, Oak
• The Wednesday eve- Park.
ning kosher restaurant at
• Lil's Kosher Catering,
Cong. Beth Shalom, oper- 24711 Coolidge, Oak Park.
ated by Mrs. Virginia Ko-
zin. Included is a soup and
Asa Yoelson became
salad bar.
famous in the original ver-
• Mertz Bakery, 23055 sion of "The Jazz Singer"
Coolidge, Oak Park, under the stage name of Al
serves kosher pizza 11 Jolson.

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