Friday, May 10, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
N O T ICE
ARE YOU OUT OF CONTROL?
Now associated with
the new car brokers.
For your best deal on any auto
call Res. 661-9146
New & Used Car Broker
BERNICE GARON, M.A.
CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT
IN A NEW AND UNIQUE WAY
JCCouncil To Honor
Sister Carol Rittner
Don't Give up on Yourself!!!
• Bloom so Bloom
other's Day Special
• Registered Electrologists •
Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.
Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield
Appt. OnlyAsk For Shirlee or Debby.
for you at . .
& CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE
THE - FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP
AND ELEGANCE IN
ITAUAN & FRENCH PROVINCIAL
MEDITERRANEAN • CONTEMPORARY
LOUIS XV • VICTORIAN
Sister Carol Rittner
REFINISHING • RESTYLING
COMPLETE INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICE
CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE
CARPETING & DRAPERIES
M. J. Heller
14 Mile & Northwestern Highway • West Bloomfield
OVER 62 Years Family Owned & Operated
KAUFMAN FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERING CO.
2801 N. WOODWARD AVE., ROYAL OAK, MICHIGAN 48072
Next to Jan Gardens Cafe
MAY 8th: 10:30 - 7:00
MAY 9th: 10:30 - 8:00
MAY 10th: 10:30 - 7:00
MAY 12th: 10:30 - 5:00
Does not apply to previous sales or purchases.
20th century classic designs by:
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9; Sot. 10-6
SUNDRY, NOON TO 5
We offer temperature controlled vaults,
cleaning, glazing, repair & restyling.
SOMERSET MALL, TROY
Special 10% savings with this ad if
fur is brought in and paid for by May 15th.
800 n. woodward - 2nd floor
birmingham, mich. 48011
open monday thru saturday 10-6
and friday until 9 pm
r. mallet Stevens
j. robert f. swanson
michael de lucchi
Sister Carol Rittner, who has
been actively involved in
Jewish-Christian dialogue, has
frequently led study missions to
Israel, and has worked exten-
sively in Holocaust education,
will be honored for her efforts at
the Jewish Community Council's
final Delegate Assembly of the
year, at 8 p.m. May 23. at Adat
Sister Carol will be cited for her
role as Project Director for the
"Faith in Humankind: Rescuers
of Jews During the Holocaust"
Conference sponsored last year by
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Council in Washington, D.C.
For the past several years, Sis-
ter Carol has taught courses on
the Holocaust, as well as courses
about Elie Wiesel.
Since 1982, Sister Carol has
been a special adviser to Elie
Wiesel, chairman of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council.
Among the programs she or-
ganized at Mercy College of De-
troit were a 1978 series of lec-
tures, "Violence and the Vio-
lated," and in 1980, a ten-week
entitled "After Auschwitz: Vision
Following the special presenta-
tion to Sister Carol, Edward J.
Derwinski of the U.S. Depart-
ment of State, will deliver the
keynote address. The agenda also
includes the annual election of
Council officers and members of
the Council executive committee.
The entire Jewish community
is invited. There is no charge.
Only duly appointed and regis-
tered delegates or their alternates
are eligible to vote in the elec-
"Vision Days '85," a free eye
screening program will take place
Tuesday and Wednesday at the
Participants will be screened by
health care professionals for
vision acuity and eye diseases
such as cataracts, glaucoma, tear-
ing problems, and retinal disor-
ders. Information on contact
lenses will be available, and
minor adjustments on eye glasses
will be made.
Five Are Elected
To Phi Beta Kappa
Five area Wayne State Univer-
sity students have been elected to
Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honor-
They are: Debra L. Borovoy,
Joseph B. Greenbaum, Judy E.
Greenwald, Franklkin J.
Rosenblat and Simcha A. Segal.