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May 10, 1985 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

MOTHER'S DAY
SPECIAL

"WHERE FASHION IS STEPPIN' OUT"

Next To T. J. Moxx
13 Mile and Southfield • The Corners

Arlen Spectre
To Address Rabbis

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258-6920

humanistic
resources

SEIKO QUARTZ FOR LADIES

PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

YELLOW GOLD

INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY AND MARITAL COUNSELING

SPECIAL SERVICES INCLUDE:







The rabbis' dinner will honor
Dr. Howard Jacobs "for his many
activities on behalf of the Jewish
community." An honorary tribute
committee is headed by Dr. Phil-
lip Friedman, Irving A. Shapiro
and Robert Steinberg, and in-
cludes Drs. Lary Berkower,
Henry Brystowski, Arnold
Eisenman, Murray G. Kling,
William Leutcher, Leslie Mandel,
Hyman Mellen, Lloyd Paul, Sol-
omon Pesis, Ronald E. Trunsky
and Saul Weingarden.
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
consists of the following rabbis:
President, Rabbi Leizer Levin,
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
vah; Mnahel, Rabbi Chaskel
Grubner, Cong. Dovid Ben
Nuchim; Vice-President, Rabbi
Shaiall Zachariash, Cong. Shom-
rey Emunah; secretary, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg, Young Israel
of Southfield; Treasurer, Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg, Bais Chab-
bad Lubavitch; executive
member, Rabbi Leo Y1 Goldman,
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim; execu-
tive member, Rabbi Shmuel
Irons, Kollel Institute; and Rabbi
Leib Bakst, Yeshiva Gedola;
Rabbi Chaim Bergstein, Bais
Chabbad of Farmington Hills;
Rabbi Reuvan Drucker, Young Is-
rael of Greenfield; Rabbi Edward
Garsek, Cong. Bnai Yaakov, To-
ledo, Ohio; Rabbi James I. Gor-
don, Young Israel of Oak-Woods;
Rabbi Nachmun Kahn, Yeshiva
Beth Yehudah; Rabbi Dov
Loketch, Cong. Mogen Avraham;
Rabbi Sheldon Lopin, Yeshiva
Akiva; Rabbi Leonard Perlstein,
Sinai Hospital; Rabbi Samuel H.
Prero, Young Israel of Greenfield;
Rabbi Israel Rockove, Hebrew
Benevolent Society; Rabbi Moshe
Schwab, Kollel Institute; Rabbi
Yoel Sperka, Cong. Bnai Israel
Beth Yehudah; Rabbi Shmuel
Strickman, Yeshiva Beth
Yehudah; Rabbi Edward Feigel-
man, Cong. Shaar Hashomayim,
Windsor; and Rabbi Aharon Y.
Goldstein, Chabad Lubavitch,
Ann Arbor.

Special Price

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$78.00

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$90.00

also available in:

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MMB PRODUCTIONS Presents:,.

Sen. Arlen Spectre (R-Pa.) will
be the featured speaker at the
55th anniversary dinner of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
Greater Detroit.
Dinner chairman Paul Borman
announced that Sen. Spectre will
speak at the event, 6 p.m. May 20,
at the Westin Hotel.
A staunch supporter of Israel,
Sen. Spectre has visited the
Jewish state five times.

Special Price

$2K00

Ron Rice, Ph.D.
Natalie Rice, M.A.

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Divorce Counseling
Sexual Therapy Program
Career Counseling
School Problems

$

Senator Spectre:
Friend of Israel

Friday, May 10, 1985

little

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English-Spanish calendar, water resistant.
Luminous hands and markers. HARDLEX
mar-resist crystal.

by Paul ZIndel

Directed by Kent Martin

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32011111611

30400 Telegraph Rd.
Birmingham. MI 48010
Suite 104

Phone: 258-5757

Daily
Sat.
Thurs.

10-5:30
10-5:00
10-8:30

Let us celebrate
65
years
of accomplislpept
together...

STATE FAIR THEATRE

Gate 2 Michigan State Fair Grounds
(Free. Lighted. Secure Parking)

April 19 through May 25 8:00 pm

Tickets $8.00

Matinees: May 8. 11, 12 2:00 Pm

Tickets $6.00

For information call 961-7908

'Supported by the Michigan Council for the Arts.

"Heard it
thru the
Grapevine"

The United Hebrew Schools
cordially invites you to its
65th Anniversary Celebration
• Thursday, May 23
7:45 PM
in our newly remodeled building
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan

"A Motown Revue"

Sponsored By

Community Network for Jewish Singles and B'nai B'rith Singles

(21 to 35)

Program

Organized by Wendy Freedman

• Annual Meeting

May 18th

• Acknowledgements and Remembrances

9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m.

• A UHS Kaleidoscope - 1919 to 1985
A musical slide show with narration.

Maple/Drake Building, Jewish Community Center
6600 West Maple • West Bloomfield

• "What does the future hold for us in Jewish Education"
Rabbi Irving "Yitz" Greenberg,
Director, National Jewish Resource Center

All the Hits of Yesteryear

. .. plus .. .
• Dance Contests including: Limbo, Twist, Hand Jive,
and more.
• A Free Drink
• Your chance to become a STAR . . . Putting on the HITS!
Lip-synch contest of your favorite Motown groups. Auditions
held on May 13th at the Maple/Drake J.C.C. at 7:30

• Dessert Reception

$10.00 per person

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Make checks payable to:
United Hebrew Schools
21550 West Twelve Mile Road • Southfield, Michigan 48076

A SHOWING OF "The Big Chill" and "American Hot Wax"

Admission $5.00

Call 661-1000, ext. 219

for more information



Please respond by May 15th.

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