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August 10, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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32jriday, August 10, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

, 546-6200 8 It:: in

NEWS

Pest Control

WHERE HANDBAGS & JEWELRY
ARE A STATEMENT OF FASHION!

ERADICO PEST CONTROL

1030 WOODWARD HGTS.

Hunters Square, 31065 Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mlle
Mon. thru Sat. 10.6, Wed. & Fri. 10.6, SUNDAY 12.5

FERNDALE, MICH. 48220

851.4460

• PROFESSIONAL, QUALITY SERVICE FOR HOME,
APARTMENT AND INDUSTRY
• SERVICING SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN FOR•50 YEARS
IN ALL PHASES OF PEST CONTROL

FREE ESTIMATES

P'TACH School

REASONABLE RATES

for

Learning Disabled Children

94

AL afadityx
CO.

will begin the sixth year
of its hebrew and english program

INTRODUCES

September 1984

THEIR NEW FALL SELECTION:
OF HANDBAGS

Gail
Juliette

stol`e
Mountain

15751 Lincoln, Southfield

Inquiries are welcome

399-6281

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NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS

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The P'tach Learning Center admits students of any
race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges,
programs and activities generally accorded or made available
to students at the Center. It does not discriminate on the basis
of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its
educational policies, admissions, scholarship and loan pro-
grams, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Jordach
+ MANY OTHER FINE BRANDS

Libaire

ONE WEEK ONLY 40% OFF I

Sale Ends Aug. 18
Business Cases - Handbags - Luggage - Small Leather Goods

CONG. BETH ACHIM
HIGH HOLIDAYS

EVERYTHING EVERYDAY AT DISCOUNT PRICES

AL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET I

3116 W. 12 Mile (Bet. Coolidge & Greenfield)

545-7393

Open Mon.-Sat. 9-5, Thurs. & Fri. 9-9

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Temple Emanu-El

Will Be Conducted by
RABBI MILTON ARM
'and
CANTOR MAX SHIMANSKY

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AUXILIARY
HIGH HOLIDAYS SERVICES

# 1

ONE DAY A WEEK INDEPENDENT HEBREW SCHOOL.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL • ACADEMY FOR ADULTS • SPEAKERS
TORAH STUDY GROUPS • BOOK REVIEWS • CHOIR
YOUTH GROUP • JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP • YOUTH CHOIR
COUPLES CLUB • BROTHERHOOD • SISTERHOOD
OUTDOOR SUMMER SERVICES • NURSERY SCHOOL

Philadelphia — A coali-
tion of national Jewish
organizations, headed by
Sukkat Shalom (Shelter of -
Peace), will stage a protest
against the nuclear arms
race Oct. 10-14 in Washing-
ton.
The event, which coin-
cides with the first four days
of Succot,is being held in
conjunction with National
Freeze Weekend, two days
of nation-wide demonstra-
tions supporting a nuclear
freeze. The Jewish groups
will gather in Lafayette
Park, directly across from
the White House.

Auxiliary Social Hall

RABBI BENJAMIN H. GORRELICK
and
CANTOR DAVID ARM

pm

will officiate
Tickets $ 60.oq

wpm

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RABBI HERBERT ESKIN
and
CANTOR BARRY ULRYCH

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Lane B. SteInger - Rabbi
Herman Rose - Cantor
Dr. Milton Rosenbaum - Rabbi Emeritus
Dr. Abraham Aharoni - Director of Education & Youth Activities,
Stanley Finkelstein • President

Newsman cited
by. B'nai B'rith

will officiate

Temple Emanu-El

14450 West Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

La Med Auditorium
at United Hebrew School

Rohlik Building

CALL 967-4020 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Washington — Veteran
radio and television news
correspondent, Edwin
Newman will be honored by
B'nai Writh International
with its Dor L'Dor (Genera-
tion to Generation) Award
for "outstanding achieve-
ments in the service of hu-
manity, which uplift and
ennoble us and generations
to come." '
The award will be pre-
sented on Sept. 4, during the
biennialconvention of B'nai
B'rith International.

Tickets $40.00

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Washington (JTA) — A
U.S.-born rabbi who became
Argentina's leading fighter
for human rights, who
created one of that country's
largest and most active
synagogues and who
founded Latin America's
only rabbinical seminary
will be honored by B'nai
B'rith International during
its biennial convention
Sept. 4.
Rabbi Marshall Meyer
will receive B'nai B'rith's
Dor L'Dor (Generation to
Generation) Award for
"outstanding achievements
in the service of humanity,
which uplift and ennoble us
and generations to come."
Meyer attended
Dartmouth College and
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America (where lte
was also the private secre-
tary of Prof. Abraham Hes-
chel) and studied for his doc-
torate at both Columbia
University and Union
Theological Seminary. In
1959, he went to Argentina
as rabbi for a large German
synagogue in Buenos Aires.
He intended to stay only two
years but remained for 25;
recently he became vice
president of the University
of Judaism in Los Angeles.
Rabbi Meyer was in De-
troit last month, speaking
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
about his experiences in
Argentina.

Jewish protest
against. nuclear
arms slated

Membership Available

IS A VIBRANT PROGRESSIVE
CONGREGATION WHICH IS
ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS
FOR THE COMING YEAR — 1984-1985
Attend Our Prospective Member Shabbat Aug. 24, 1:45 p.m.

SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL
OPEN HOUSE SUN., AUG. 26, 2-5

in the
Main Sancturay

Human rights
leader honored
by B'nai B'rith

Tickets available at

21100 West 12 Mile. Rd.
Southfield, Michigan

for further information or

inquiries concerning
membership and seating
call synagogue office:

352-8670

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