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November 16, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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Friday, November 16, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

THE
1984 B'NAI B'RITH INTERNATIONAL
GREAT AMERICAN TRADITIONS
AWARD DINNER
HONORING

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Rabbi to analyze
Israel elections at
Beth El institute

(313) 967-3920

25242 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park MI 48237

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LOCAL NEWS

GIFTS, RECORDS AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES* .4 -1-1
Everything for the Jewish home, synagogue
and school. Largest selection of Kosher wine.

YES, Doctors
MAKE HOUSE CALLS

DR. LEE HOFFMAN

PODIATRIST-FOOT SPECIALIST

2875 W. 12 MILE
BERKLEY, MICH. 48072

546-4401

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BERNARD M.
FAUBER

DAVID
HANDLEMAN

C.E.O.
Kmart CORPORATION

C.E.O.
HANDLEMAN COMPANY



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on
Wednesday, the Fifth of December 1984
at
Six O'clock in the Evening

THE WESTIN HOTEL

Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan

General Chairman

ALAN E. SCHWARTZ

B'nai B'rith Foundation

NATHAN D. RUBENSTEIN

Detroit Chairman

Honorary Chairman

LOUIS WEBER

R.S.V.P.
Black Tie Optional

'150.00 per person
Dietary Laws

PERFORMING ON STAGE!!

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The Uptown Crowd
is Trekking Down to
Silver's Garage.

Community Council
honors an employee

D esks • • • • • ..... • • • ..... • • • . from 15.99
Steel & Wood Chairs . . . . . . . . .. from 9.99
from 19.95
Files & Bookcases

New Merchandise Arriving Weekly
Shop Early and Often

Lots of Gifts and Accessories from our Retail Stores

HURRY ON DOWN WE'RE ONLY OPEN
24 HOURS A WEEK—THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 10 to 6

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for information and reservations
please call: 552-8070

"Israel: The Post-Election
Period and Its Impact on Reform
Judaism" will be the first of three
addresses by Rabbi Richard G.
Hirsch at the third annual
Richard C. Hertz Institute on Re-
form Judaism at Temple Beth El
this weekend. The theme of the
weekend is "What Future for Re-
form in Israel?"
Rabbi Hirsch, executive direc-
tor of the Jerusalem-based World
Union for Progressive Judaism,
will speak on the impact of the
recent Israeli elections at 8:30
p.m. today, following a Shabbat
dinner at the synagogue. The
rabbi will speak on "Israeli-
Diaspora Relations: Should
American Jewry Have a Say in
Shaping Israeli Policy?" 10:30
a.m. Saturday and "Current Poli-
tics and Policies in Israel: What
Future for Reform Judaism
Now?" during Saturday's 12:30
p.m. luncheon session.
There is a minimum charge for
the dinner and luncheon. For
reservations, call the temple,
851-1100:
Meanwhile, Rabbi Norman T.
Roman will inaugurate Temple
Beth El's "Breakfast with the
Rabbis" series 10:30 a.m. Nov. 26.
Rabbi Roman will address the
topic "The Jewish American Prin-
cess — Fact or Fiction?" The pub-
lic is invited to this free lecture.
For information, contact Temple
Beth El, 851-1100.

To get garage sale prices on things they really want. Not a bunch of used tires,
abused books & magazines and the like. Silver's Garage has office supplies at
up to 75% off ...office furniture at half the regular price and hundreds of
overstocks, closeouts, dinged, dented and slightly scratched treasures at a
fraction of their original cost. Here's lust a sample:

WOOD WAR D

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341 Victor (off Oakland, between Davison and 6 Mile)
869-7682 • Paved Parking for 500 Cars

MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED

Carolyn Dennis

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Carolyn Dennis, office manager
for the Jewish Community Coun-
cil since 1969, has been cited for
her 30 years of active employ-
ment.
In November 1954, Mrs. Dennis
joined the Council staff as file-
clerk and switchboard operator.
Over the years, she has been 1
community relations secretary
and program secretary.
Mrs. Dennis has served under
three executive directors: Boris
Joffe, Walter Klein and Alvin I
Kushner.

Named to post



Washington — Oakland Uni-
versity student Diane Epstein, of
Novi, has been elected to the Na-
tional B'nai B'rith Hillel Student
Secretariat for the 1984-1985
school year.

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