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September 18, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-18

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26—PrId•y, Sspieedmor 13, 1970

Braille Classes to Start
at Local Sisterhoods

Blue-White Box Drive Mapped

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Tri-County Braille Volunteers an-
nounces that fall Braille trans-
scribing classes will start next
week. They are open to all.
Mrs. Louis E. Barden, president,
said the following sisterhoods are
sponsoring classes:.
Beth Achim, under chairman
Mrs. Herbert Rosen, 358-1110;
Temple Beth El, Mrs. Richard
Lankin, 626-3377; Temple Israel,
Mrs. Arthur Asher, 398-7781; Tem-
ple Emanuel, Mrs. Bernard Lieber-
man, LI 5-3022; Adas Shalom, Mrs.
Irvin Girer, 353-9868; Beth Shalom,
Mrs. Jack Solway, 626-3164; and
Shaarey Zedek, Mrs. Joseph Sny-
der, 353-2920.
Mrs. Leo Ordin, 353-9463, is chair-
man of Thermoforming at Shaarey
Zedek.
Anyone interested in working in
the Braille bindery on Tuesdays
may call Mrs. Belle Morse, TO
8-4100, or Mrs. Jerry Disner, 647-
6278.

The Jewish National Fund Blue-White Box committee, consisting
of JNF chairmen from many organizations, is planning the semi-
annual box clearance, Oct. 18-Nov. 18. Shown are (from left), seated,
clockwise: Mesdames Frank Silverman, JNF over-all chairman;
Lewis Cohen, Hadassah Huntington Woods chairman; S. Shulman,
Fanny Gluck Misrachi chairman; Irving Raskin, Women of JNF
over-all chairman; Herman Kanter, Pioneer Women Council JNF
chairman; Warren Zweigel, Hadassah Heights chairman;Israel Har-
dener, Women of JNF city chairman; Stan Berlin, Hadassah Ever-
green chairman; Sydell Ross, Hadassah Rivercrest chairman; and
Albert Potiker, Women of JNF Oak Park co-chairman; Julius Fax,
over-aU Hadassah JNF chairman. Standing (from lett) are Mesdames
Aaron Friedman, Hadassah Sherwood-University chairman; Jesse
Johnson, Hadassah Henrietta &old chairman; Arthur Mayers, Wom-
en of JNF volunteer; Julius Ring, Women of JNF Southfield chair-
man; and Harry Portnoy, Women of JNF co-chairman of Oak Park.
Not pictured are chairmen Mesdames A. H. Stein, Northwest Child
Richard Friedman, Hadassah Village; Louis Jacobs, Pioneer Women
en of JNF city co-chairman; Bert Stein, Hadassah Livonia; Ann
Holzman, Hadassah Oak Park; Hyman Gittleman, Hadassah Sharon;
Richard Friedman, Hadassah Village; Louis Jacobs, Pioneer Women
Club One; Lena Band, Pioneer Women Club Two; Movsas Goldoftas,
Pioneer Women Dimona; Rebecca Warren, Pioneer Women Kin-
neret; and Ben,, Press, Pioneer Women Negbah; and Miss Ethel
Hackman, Hadassah Business and Professional.

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NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP-
TER, CARI,H, is having a mem-
bership meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Joe Pollak,
16425 New Jersey, Southfield. High-
lights. of the 63rd annual conven-
tion in July and color slides of the
CARIH campus and children will
be part of the program. For infor-
mation, call hospitality chairman,
Mrs. Albert Dunn, LI 8-7864, or
Faye Olshansky, information offi-
cer, 354.0064. Guests are invited.
• • •
KNOB CIRCLE CHAPTER.
Women's American ORT, will bold
a membership. tea at 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Knob in the Woods

clubhouse. Petite luncheon will be
aerved, and a program is being

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membership chairman. Prospec
tive members are invited by Mrs
Irving Simms, president.
• • •
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, .HadIssah, will meet
2 p.m. Sunday at Hadassah House.
Mrs. Sidney J. Winer, president of
Metropolitan Detroit Chapter, will
report on the Hadassah conven-
tion and give highlights of the
address by Mrs. Max Schenk, na-
tional president. Mrs. Geraldine
Black is program chairman, and
Sara B. Epstein, president of the
group. Refreshments will be serv-
ed by Mrs. Albert Kahn and Mrs,
Ruth Naft. Friends are invited.
• • •
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER, Worn-
in's American ORT, will hold a
membership luncheon noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Irwin
Goren, 28355 Tavistock Tr., South-
field. Eileen Berris will give a
book review. Friends are invited.
For information, call Mrs. Shirley
Clicker, 353-2563, or Mrs. Suzie
Walters, 353.6368.
• • •
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Monday
at the Workmen's Circle Center.
Bessie Litwak, vice president, who
just returned from a visit to Is-
rael, will give her impressions of
the country. Hostesses for the
afternoon will be Rebecca Warren
and Lilly Stollman.
• • •
MUSIC STUDY CLUB of MET-
ROPOLITAN DETROIT will hold
its opening meeting noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Morris W.
Stein, 26080 Salem, Huntington
Woods. Mrs. Stein, program chair-
man of the club, has scheduled
Ann Arbor pianist Frank Wiens to
perform and speak on "The Peak
of Romanticism — Rachmaninoff
and Scriabin." Chairman of the
day will be Mrs. Ben Meckler.
Mrs. Joseph M. Markel, president,
announces that plans are being
completed for the annual artist
concert to be held Nov. 29. Appli-
cations for membership in the club
are being accepted by the mem-
bership vice president, Mrs. George
Kerwin, 353-6245.

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American ORT, will sponsor a
movie, "The Riddle of the Friend-
ly Stranger," 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Leonhard School, Southfield. The
movie deals with the problem of
child molesting and kidnaping and
is geared to children from age 4
and up.
• • •
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT CAN-
CER FIGHTERS volunteers will
place blue banks in office, restaur-
ants and retail stores throughout
the area Tuesday. Funds raised will
help fight catastrophic diseases,
such as cancer, leukemia, heart
disease and tuberculosis. Volun-
teers may contact chairmen Mrs.
Sam Schwartz, LI 6-3686, or Mrs.
Seymour Fried, 851-0001.
• • •
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women.
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Carlyle Towers, eSouthfield. Donor
chairmen Gertrude Garmel, Syl-
via Schwartz and Rose Krashin
will report on the forthcoming
donor event. Celia Plafkin will
discuss current events. Brunch will
be served, and guests are invited.
• • • -
JEWISH HOME FOR THE
AGED WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Borman Hall. Program chairman,
Mrs. Sol Grand will introduce
Mrs. David Friedricks, who will
speak on "Ballots and Issues."
Refreshments will be served, and

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MRS: MORRIS ADLER will re-
view the all-time "best seller," the
Bible 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Southfield Civic Center. The event
is being presented by the Friends
of the Southfield Public Library
and the Southfield Arts Council.
Admission will be free to mem-
bers of the Friends of the Library
and members of the Southfield
Arts Council.

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