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May 22, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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GOING TO THE AIRPORT?
BUSINESS OR VACATION
a •c•"-:-

ISRAEL MILK AND HONEY

5 nights hotel from $ 39 p.p. dbl. occ.
in conn with EL AL FLIGHTS

LOCAL NEWS

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Start at your front door
avoid the hassle at the
airport and getting there!

.

A few seats left on our June 11 departure on EL AL
air fare from Detroit $989.00, plus taxes
various tours available.

ROYAL CAB

17415 WEST TEN MILE RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075
559-1972
Call us now for special
rates with this ad

Call us for Cruises, Kosher Tours, etc.

call GOLDSTEIN
TRAVEL

Psychiatrist To Address
JFS-RS Annual Meeting

W EN

are: Pauline Grossman, Bar-
bara Marcuse and Phyllis
Stern.
Co-chairmen of the annual
meeting are Mrs. Portnoy
and Agnes Klein. Members of
the committee are: Mrs. An-
sell, Claudia Gold, Barbara
Grant, Jonathan Jaffa, Jef-
frey R. Kravitz, Aileen
Kleiman, Edith Resnick, Rose
Roth, and Eileen Wasserman.
The meeting is open to the
public and it is part of the
community education pro-
gram of Jewish Family Serv-
ice.

GET REAM •

559-2770

Call The Jewish News

The specialists in Israel and International travel

354-6060

"LUXURY CRUISES AT AFFORDABLE PRICES"

HOME LINES AND JULES DONESON TRAVEL
2ND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRUISE

December 19, 1987

We Sell 7 Day
Caribbean Cruises
Aboard The Most
Spectacular New
Cruise Ship Afloat
MV HOMERIC

The stunningly beautiful new MV HOMERIC (Panamanian Registry
sails every Saturday from Ft. Lauderdale to 4 of the Caribbean's most
popular ports: SAN JUAN—ST THOMAS—ST CROIX—NASSAU.
Measuring 42,000 tons and carrying only 1000 passengers
the HOMERIC offers spacious cabins, a variety of beautiful
lounges, duty free shops, a dazzling disco, a casino, gym,
cinema, saunas, two pools and acres of deck space.
Dining is an unforgettable experierice and Home Lines
attentive Italian crew offer the warmest and most
professional service afloat.
Free air transportation and airport transfers are included
from most major gateways. Special savings available for those
making their own travel arrangements.

HOME LAS
CELEBRATED
CRUISES

WE RECOMMEND ONLY THE BEST

Call Yolanda or Sue for more details!

WE ARE OFFERING TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS!
DON'T MISS THE SHIP!

Jules Doneson

Travel Agency Inc.

21720 Eleven Mile Rd.
Southfield, Mich.

Harvard Row Mall

353.5811

"Our Cruises are as good as our prices are low."

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Friday, May 22, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ogle'

Ex-Refusenik
Comes To Detroit

Dr. Kyle Pruett

Dr. Kyle D. Pruett, associ-
ate clinical professor of psy-
chiatry, Yale Child Study
Center, will speak at the an-
nual meeting of Jewish Fam-
ily Service and Resettlement
Service on June 1 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Dr. Pruett will speak on
"The Nurturing Father,"
which is the title of his re-
cently published best seller.
The focus of his talk will be
on what happens in families
where fathers assume the
traditional mother's role.
Dr. Pruett received his
M.D. degree from Tufts - Uni-
versity School of Medicine.
He was a child psychiatry fel-
low at the Yale Child Study
Center and is currently coor-
dinator of training at the
child development unit.
He was trained at
Hampstead Child Therapy
Clinic, London, England, run
by Anna Freud and has
served as staff child psychiat-
rist, Adolescent Crisis Unit
for Treatment and Evalua-
tion, St. Raphael's Hospital,
New Haven, Conn. He has
received the Sheldon Memo-
rial Prize for Contribution to
the Humanities at Yale Uni-
versity.
At the annual meeting,
there will be election of offi-
cers and board members for
the coming year. Susan Cit-
rin is currently president of
Jewish Family Service and
Bernard H. Stollman is
president of Resettlement
Service.
The nominating committee
of Jewish Family Service is
chaired by Marvin C. Daitch
and the committee consists of
Marjory Ansell, Albert Col-
man, Maida Portnoy, Edith
Resnick and Helen Shevin.
The nominating committee
chairman for Resettlement
Service is Anne Caplan. The
members of the committee

Chaim Burshtein, the Len-
ingrad activist recently permit-
ted to leave Russia, will be in
the Detroit area next weekend,
to visit various day schools and
synagogues.
He was arrested for his
Jewish activities in 1981 and in
1985 for "stubbornly deman-
ding an exit visa to Israel:' In
November 1986, Burshtein was
sentenced to two weeks in jail.
Burshtein arrived in Israel on
March 1 and now lives in
Jerusalem. He became obser-
vant while in Russia and is now
studying full-time in Shvut
Ami, a yeshiva designed to
meet the needs of immigrants.
For details regarding his
visit, call Rabbi Michael Baum
at the Yeshiva Gedolah,
968-3360.

Democrats Meet

The Southfield Democratic
Club will have a brunch at
11 a.m. June 7 in the home of
Edsel Saunders, 21899 Ma-
hon, Southfield. There is a
charge.

B'NAI MITZVAH

Jordan Golding
Is Bar Mitzvah

Jordan Blair Golding, son
of Beth and Howard Golding
of Coral Spring, Fla., was
called to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah recently at Temple
Beth Torah in Tamarac, Fla.
Sharing in the celebration
were sister Ashley and
grandparents, Doris Levitt of
North Lauderdale, Fla., and
Dorothy and Ervin Golding of
Southfield.
Out-of-town guests from
Michigan and Canada also
were on hand to help Jordan
celebrate his special day.
Jordan is the grandson of
the late Morrie Levitt.

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