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December 11, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-11

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ME DETROIT JEWS. NEWS
24—Friday, Diceamber 11, 1970

Nursery Plans
Its Annual Bazaar

Workmen's Circle Nursery will
sell handicrafts, gifts, toys and
baked goods at its annual bazaar,
starting noon Sunday in the Work-
men's Circle Center. A special
feature will be an afghan made
by Sarah Ravitz.
Dinner will be served from 4
to 6 p.m., with a special plate for
children accompanied by parents
—free for those up to age 5 and
at a reduced rate for those age
6 - 12.
For dinner reservations, call
Rochelle Aronson, VE 8-3534, or
the Workmen's Circle office, KE

7-5440.

Candy Centerpieces

Personalized Party
Mementos
Invitations and Party Ac-
cessories for all occasions.

MARCIA MASSERMAN

646-6138

YAAKOV GILEAD, director of
Magbit, the Israel Appeal in Bel-
gium, has been appointed director
Getting the
Keren Hayesod for Europe.
as Collection Point of
jump on asthma
Keren Hayesod, the fund-raising
Is what It's all
arm of the World Zionist Organi-
for
Israel
Bonds
a bon t for the
zation, is active in most
women of Mich-
The drive to collect $2,500,000 in communities outside of Jewish
igan Council,
outstanding Israel Bond pledges America. Gilead's - activities North
will
Children's Asth-
will be highlighted at a latke party cover all of Western Europe and
ma Research In-
12:40 p.m. Tuesday in the Bnai Scandinavia.
stitute and Hos-
David social hall. Mrs. Charles S.
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pital, who are
Levi and Mrs. Gerald Loomus are
planning a -ba-
cash collection chairmen.
zaar and art auc-
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Bishop Shahe Ajamian, head of
tion for 9:30 a.m.-
the Armenian Church in Jerusa-
6 p.m. Thursday
lem will be guest speaker. Dean
at the Birming-
of the Armenian Patriarchate's
ham Knights of
Theological Seminary, and one of
Columbus H a 11.
the leading churchmen in the
Bazaar chairman
Middle East, the bishop was com-
Mrs. Harry Fried-
missioned to translate the entire
man (left) is as-
0
Bible into modern Armenian.
sisted by Mrs. Michael Oklat (center), Greater Dearborn president;
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and Mrs. Peter Gilbert, president of Michigan Council.
A special feature of the gather-
• • •
ing will be the awarding of a $100
The Michigan Council of CARIH pagne reception, for which there Israel Bond. Eligibility for atttend-
(Children's Asthma Research Insti- will be a small donation. The auc- ance includes a paid-up Israel
tute and Hospital) will hold a com- tion will begin at 8:30. A painting Bond pledge or collection of $500
bined chapters' project 9:30 a.m.- will be awarded.
in Bond pledges. Volunteers are
6 p.m. Thursday at the Birming-
Through CARIH, the asthmatic asked to call the Bond office, 352-

Bazaar to Aid Asthmatic Children Latke Party to Serve

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ham Knights of Columbus Hall.
child has a chance to live a nor-
There will be many booths, from mal life. Proceeds will help this
clothes and toys to candles and program and the research to find
fall decorations, antique treasures a cure.
and home-made baked goods and
Area chapters are Detroit
a snack bar. The public is invited. League, Detroit Juniors, Northwest
The art show and auction will Detroit CARIH, greater Dearborn,
start at 7:30 p.m. with a cham- Flint and Michigin Council.

6770.
The office, 24611 Greenfield, will
be open Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. for payment of pledges.
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member of the administrative com-
mittee, American Zionist Council.
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel will perform operatic He-
brew and modern selections. Mar-

Jewish Vocational Service Announces:

"PROJECT RETURN"

A

Workshop for Women Planning to Enter
or Return to the Labor Market

ALL SESSIONS AT THE NEW JVS SUBURBAN OFFICE

15660 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

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Mrs. Leemon Mrs. Fishman

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Enrollment Is Limited and Pre-Registration Is Necessary

jorie Gordon, who is engaged in
production and direction of opera
and musical theater locally, will
sing a number of arias.
Spearheading the campaign ac-
tivity are Mesdames Saul Rose and

Member Agency, Jewish Welfare Federation

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Alvin Gale, bulletin editors; Max

Kanarek and Herman Ozrovitz,
Moetzet
Hapoalet co-chairmen;
Joseph Treblin, darlings; Morris
Friedman, Yiddish publicity; Sam
Wasserman and Abe Silberschein,
co-chairman of arrangements; and
Richard Kramer, publicity.
Pioneer Women recently added
a new project to the hundreds of
installations already in existence—
the only school for dental techni-
cians and apprentices, located in

Haifa. Also new this year is a
specialized arts and crafts voca-
tional school , for teen-agers in Jaf-
fa.
.
.
Funds raised from this year's
donor also will help maintain 30
instruction centers for 25,000 Arab
women in East Jerusalem, the Go-
lan Heights and Nazareth, as well
as day-care centers for 15,000 chil-
dren. kindergartens and five day
and night homes.
For tickets or information, call
Pioneer Women, 399-1480.

Application or Information:
JVS Group Services
163 Madison
Detroit 48226
961-8570

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gressive Israel—Hashomer Hatzair
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Beth Hillel Synagogue. The musi-
cal program will be highlighted by
folk singer Areila Barley.
The evening will include lathes,
prizes and greetings from Israel.
Israeli dancing will follow the
program. Guests are welcome.
For information, call Devera
Stocker, 884-8035.

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Israeli Social Services Will Be Aided
Through Pioneer Women Campaign

Detroit Council of Pioneer Wom-
en expects to reach a goal of $70,-
000 by noon Wednesday, when its
annual donor luncheon will take
place at Raleigh House.
Chairing the event will be Mrs.
Aaron Katzman, former president
of Detroit Council, and heading the
arrangements committee will be
Mrs. Norman Leemon, vice presi-
dent of funds. Mrs. Sam Fishman
is president.
Heading the program will be
Mrs. Rose Kaufman, former na-
tional president of Pioneer Worn-
en and current vice president of
Jewish National Fund, a deputy
of the Actions Committee of the
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