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GOURMET
SHOP
Sam & Simon Rotberg

"SINCE 1968"

WE DELIVER

W. Turel, Don Wagner and
DeDe Weinberg. JARC past
presidents are: Sharon Alter-
man, Harry Berlin, Morton
Collins, Meyer Pearlman,
Ronald Stone and Norman
Wachler.

Scholarship
Is Awarded

The Ben and Karlene Salon
Memorial Music Scholarship
of Mu Phi Epsilon, Interna-
tional Music Fraternity, was
awarded this year to pianist,
Usa Kiatvongcharoen.
Usa, a pupil of Flavio
Varani, at Oakland Universi-
ty, is from Hong Kong where
she received certificates in
pianoforte and theory from
the Royal School of Music and
was accompanist for the Hong
Kong Ballet Centre and the
Hong Kong Choir.
The scholarship, given an-
nually to a flutist, clarinetist,
or pianist at Wayne State
University, Michigan State
University, or Oakland
University was established in
1983 in memory of Karlene
Salon, a scholarship pianist
at the Royal Academy of
Music in London, England,
and her husband, Ben Salon,
a humanitarian and life long
supporter of the arts.

NEWS

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Soviets Return
Jewish Center

New York (JTA) — A former
Jewish community center in
Moscow will be returned to its
owner, Moscow's famous
Choral Synagogue, 47 years
after it was requisitioned by
the Soviet authorities to serve
as a hospital for war
casualties.
An agreement was reached
last week between Rabbi
Arthur Schneier, president of
the Appeal of Conscience
Foundation, and Mayor
Valery Saikin of Moscow for
the transfer, which has been
approved by the Moscow City
Council.
Schneier said his congrega-
tion will help pay for restor-
ing the 100-year-old building,
which stands next to the
Choral Synagogue, the larg-
est in the Soviet Union, on
Arkhipova Street.
Schneier, who is rabbi of the
Park East Synagogue in
Manhattan, said he began to
campaign for the return of
the building 18 months ago,
in talks with Konstantin
Kharchev, chairman of the
Council of Religious Affairs of
the Soviet Union.

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Prevention Resources: Information & Drug Education

Project PRIDE is a national network of
drug abuse prevention Information
Centers based on the Chabad-
Lubavitch philosophy of bringing out
the personal strengths and natural good
in everybody.

Program Director

Chaim M. Bergstein, Rabbi

Directors

Dr. Howard Friedman,

YOUR LOCAL PRIDE
CENTER OFFERS:

THE FACTS ABOUT DRUGS

A comprehensive collection of accu-
Medical Director Woodside Hosp.
Jerome A. Kaufman, M.A., C.S.W. rate, up-to-date literature about drugs,
their symptoms and effects.
Dr. Julian Kutinsky, D.O.

Etta Landy, M.S.W., A.C.S.W

Speakers

Edythe Franklin, M.S., Ed.
Dr. Michael Fox

Founders

Seymour Karbal
Dr. Arthur Lieberman
Dr. Harris Mainster

Advisory Board

Jerry Katz
Murry Pitt
Dr. Terry Podolsky
Dr. Larry Ribiat
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drugs as a way of dealing with prob-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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