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March 23, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

"When John Kent tells me
I can buy a classic
year-round blazer for $89
and save $41,
who am I
to argue?"

A John Kent Man
dresses better for less.

HE JOHNRNTSTORES

ORCHARD MALL. West Bloomfield. 855-6677.
TEL-HURON CENTER. Pontiac. 334-4541.
WONDERLAND CENTER. Livonia. 425-9500.
TECH-PLAZA CENTER. Warren. 573-4400.

Monday - Friday. noon to 9 p.m.
Saturday. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday. noon to 5 p.m.
(Tel-Huron store closed Sunday.)

JAMIE
MARX

Welcomes You To His New
Women's Shoe Salon.

Featuring The Finest In Exclusive,
European Footwear.

Co-Ordinating Items Available

Hats . . . Belts .. .
Costume Jewelry . . . Handbags

29504 Northwestern, between 12 Mile & Inkster
Sunset Strip, Southfield

357-3077

JEWISH
IlATKX1AL
FUTID

(KEREN KAYEMETH
LEISRAEL) INC.

Women's Phonogift among
Campaign closing activities

Detroit area women
will be asked to aid Jews in
need — at home, overseas
and in Israel — when a
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division volun-
teer calls next week to ask
for a gift to the 1984 Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Phonogift, the Women's
Division annual pledge
drive on behalf of the Cam-
paign, runs from March 25
through April 1. Division
volunteers will call 5,000
local women. "We are ask-
ing women to renew their
commitment to Jewish
identity this year," said
Judith Naftaly, Phonogift
chairman.
"Here in Detroit, the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign
reaches into nearly every
Jewish household, includ-
ing those touched by eco-
nomic recession and other
hardships. Overseas, Jews
in 30 countries receive our
assistance through the
Joint Distribution Commit-
tee. And In Israel, our Cam-
paign dollars help the
Jewish Agency to attend to
human needs. We wouldn't
be able to accomplish all of
this without Phonogift."
Leaders and volunteers of
the 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign will gather for
the final progress report
meeting 10 a.m. Sunday at
Jewish Federation Apart-
ments in Oak Park.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel will bring a
first-hand report from his
mission to Eastern Europe
and Israel, division chair-
men will share results so far
of their workers' efforts, and
volunteers will gather for
the annual "family por-
trait." Brunch will precede
the meeting.

Rabbi Syme was selected
by Federation to serve on
the United Jewish Appeal
Rabbinic Cabinet and to
participate in the recent

mission with his colleagues
from acoss the country.
Volunteers in teams of
two will go out on Buddy-Up
Day — an intensive, per-
sonal solicitation effort on
April 2 to reach all major
contributors on behalf of the
Campaign and Project Re-
newal.
The following Sunday,
April 8, workers will hold
the closing telethon at
United Hebrew Schools.
Working in 2 1/2-hour shifts
from 9:30 a.m. till 2:30 p.m.,

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the workers will try to reach
everyone in the community
who has not already made a
pledge.
All of this activity will
lead up to the community-
wide closing celebration on

Akiva case postponed

The lawsuit filed by
Akiva Hebrew Day School
against the Michigan Em-
ployment Relations Corn-
mission has been postponed
for six weeks.
Mark Cousens, represent-
ing the teachers who struck
Akiva last fall who were ul-
timately left without jobs,
said the case was delayed
becasue of the illness of one
of the attorneys.
A libel suit filed against
the school over claims that
the striking teachers
engaged in picket line vio-
lence has also been post-
poned. According to
Cousens, there has been an
informal agreement among
attorneys for both sides to
concentrate on the MERC

EXCITING VALUES

JNF YOUNG WOMEN

13TH ANNUAL

AUCTION

(KEREN KAYEMETH
LEISRAEL) INC.

INCLUDING

• DEFENDER ARCADE VIDEO GAME •ROUND TRIP AIRFARE FOR 2 TO ISRAEL •WEEKEND IN LAS VEGAS
• OUT OF TOWN HOTELS •THEATER TICKETS •APPEAR AS EXTRA IN MET. OPERA
• RESTAURANTS •CASE OF CANADIAN CLUB •GIFT CERTIFICATE FROM SAKS FIFTH AVENUE AND HUDSONS
• CRYSTAL •FASHIONS •LEATHER HANDBAGS •WATCHES •APPLIANCES •JEWELRY
• FINE ORIGINAL ART •HEALTH AND RAQUET CLUB •AND MUCH, MUCH MORE

TEMPLE BETH EL

Donation $3.50

7400 Telegraph Road
Birmingham, Mich.

Auctioneer: RICHARD NUCIAN
of Norman Levy Associates, Inc.

SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1984

DOOR PRIZES

PREVIEW & SILENT AUCTION 6:3Q,PM
VOCAL AUCTION 8:00 PM

Dessert Table

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For further information

call JNF at 557-6644

April 12 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The 8 p.m.
meeting and program, at
which the final Campaign
tally will be announced, will
be followed by a champagne
reception.
Guest performers will be
Israeli stage and television
stars Albrecht and Zfira.
The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Professional Service
Division will hear Florida
Congressman Lawrence D.
Smith at a reception 6:30
p.m. Monday at Adat
Shalom.
Chairmen of the Profes-
sional Service Division are
Shirley Harris and Mark R.
Hauser. The Professional
Service Division includes
the following sections: At-
torneys, Advertisers and
Media, Accountants,
Insurance/Finance, Gov-
ernment . Workers, Social
Service, Jewish Community
Center, Rabbis and
Educators.
For information, call
Allan Gelfond at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-
3939.

case in Federal District
Court in Detroit.
In an unrelated action
last week, the Southfield
Board of Education ap-
proved a purchase option
plan for Akiva to finalize
purchase of the building it
has been renting, the
former Annie Lathrup
School on Southfield Rd.
The purchase option calls
for monthly payments of
$3,750 over a 10-year
period. The purchase is not
expected to be finalized be-
fore June.

ICRF to give
Research grants
to Israeli MDs

New York (JTA) — More
than $500,000 in grants to
support innovative cancer
research by Israel's
foremost young physicians
and scientists will be
awarded by Israel Cancer
research fund (ICRF) at the
annual allocations meeting
of its scientific review panel
in New York Thursday.
This sum, according to
Dr. Daniel G. Miller, ICRF
president, is the largest
single grant of voluntary
funds ever made to encour-
age cancer research in Is-
rael. Since its formation in
1976, the ICRF has allo-
cated $1.5 million for re-
search into the causes and
treatment of cancer.
Dr. Elliott Osserman of
the Institute of Cancer Re-
search at Columbia Univer-
sity, chairman of the ICRF
scientific advisory board,
will preside at the day-long
deliberations of the review
panel.

Pfefferkorn was a con-
verted Jew who tried to con-
vince the emperor in 1509 to
burn all the Talmuds in
Frankfort and Cologne.

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