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May 27, 1988 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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FOR YOUR PARTY AND YOUR BUDGET

There are also feature sec-
tions on Jewish holidays,
traditions, organizations and
congregations, including an
exhibit photograph of
Michigan's first Jewish con-
gregation, Temple Bet El
(now Temple Beth El),
established in 1850.
ADL board member Judith
A. Nolish, curator of the ex-
hibit, spent months collecting
photographs and artifacts
from relatives of Michigan's
early Jewish settlers.
This exhibit was funded by
a grant from the Michigan
Department of State.
Secretary of State, Richard H.
Austin, and a number of
Michigan legislators will be
present at this special
reception.

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Culture Group
Elects Zeltzer

New York — George M.
Zeltzer of Detroit, a long-time
activist in Jewish communal
organizations, was re-elected
president of the National
Foundation for Jewish
Culture at its annual meeting

George M. Zeltzer

May 2. Zeltzer has been
associated with the NFJC
since its inception in 1959.

UHS Hires
Administrator

United Hebrew Schools has
hired Carol Singer as the
agency's administrator.
Singer, a CPA, will replace
Rabbi Bernard Moskowitz,
who is retiring after years of
service to UHS as a teacher,
principal and administrator.
Singer worked for 13 years
at the Comprehensive Health
Planning Council of
Southeastern Michigan and
was previously a senior ac-
countant with Arthur Young
& Company in Detroit.
Rabbi Moskowitz, who had
announced his retirement
last spring, was asked to stay
at UHS after Rabbi Gerald
Teller resigned as
superintendent.

A. Sterling silver collar and onyx slide
combination.
Retail $120.00. Sale price $79.00.

B. Sterling link bracelet.
Retail $110.00. Sale price $69.00.

C. Exceptional value!
Sterling zig zag pin.
Retail $25.00. Sale price $16.99.

D. Matching earrings.
Retail $25.00. Sale price $16.99.

E. Peter Brams.
Silver and Onyx earrings.
Retail $75.00. Sale price $49.00.

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F. Oval onyx with silver spray pin.
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G.A great buy!
Contemporary sterling silver ring.
Retail $37.00. Sale price $24.00.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 11

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