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January 01, 1971 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miler, Ussery 1, 1971-19

Israeli Consul Shaul Ramati to Discuss
omen's Climb activities I M.
E. Peace Prospects at Temple Israel

Sinai Hospital Women's Guild
will hold its open winter meeting
10:30 a.m. Jan.
8 in the hospital's
Zuckerman Audi-
toriu m. "Com-
munity Medi-
cine," on e of
the important
trends in current
health programs,
will be discussed
by Drs. Ruben
Meyer and Hy-
man Mellen. Dr.
Meyer is head of
Dr. Mellen the department
of community medicine at Wayne
State University School of Medi-
cine. Dr. Mellen is Sinai's chief of
staff and adjunct associate pro-
fessor of internal medicine at
Wayne State University. Mrs. Os-
car Zemon, for-
mer guild presi-
dent, will be
chairman of the
day and Mrs.
Alexander Sand-
ers, an active
Jewish Welfare
Federation lead-
er and guild
m ember, will
moderate the dis-
Dr. Meyer cussio n. The
meeting will be preceded by break-
fast at 9:45 a.m. in the inservice
classroom. All members and vol-
unteers are invited. For reserva-
tions, call the hospital, 272-6000,
ext. 296 by Tuesday.
• • •
UNITED ORDER TRUE SIS-
TERS, whose philanthropies are
cancer projects and kidney ma-
chines, will sponsor its monthly
mah jongg tournament 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Southfield Civic
Center. Guests are welcome but
should provide their own mah
jongg set. Gifts will be awarded,
and dessert will be served. For
reservations, call Mrs. Simon
Traurig, 682-7232, or Mrs. Albert
Velick, 864-4894.
• • •
NEW STUDY CLUB will meet
noon Wednesday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Mrs. Harry
Mondry will be the guest speaker.
Friends are invited.
• • •
DAVID HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Sarah Taub, 29535 Sharon,
Southfield.
• • •
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Hanuka lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Morris Order, 20413 Free-
land. Friends are welcome.
• • •
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood Town
Hall Series will feature "The Jew-
ish Mystique," reviewed by Rabbi
Irwin Groner, at Shaarey Zedek,
10 a.m. Wednes-
day. Admission is
by series ticket
only. Town Hall
chairman Mrs.
David Kliger said
Rabbi Groner not
only will present
the viewpoint of
the author but
also will discuss
and criticize these
ideas from the
perspective of
Jewish history
and Jewish val-
ues. Mrs. Irwin
Groner
Groner will give the opening pray-
er. Mrs. Murray Shekter is sister-
hood president, and Mrs. Jay Golub
is consultant. The closing lecture
in the serise will be given on Feb.
3, by television script writer, hu-
morist and raconteur Selma Dia-
mond, who will review her new
book, "A Nose for Peace," publish-
ed recently by Prentic-Thill. Tickets
are available by phoning the Syna-
gogue, 357-5544; Mrs. Harold Katz-
man, 353-2070, ticket chairman; or
ticket co-chairmen Mrs. Milton
Golden, 3511-5083; and Mrs. Phillip
Shiener, 352-4505. Mrs. Lawrence

Gubow is chairman of the break-
fasts; and Mrs. Jay Rosenthal is
chairman of hostesses.
• • •
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Moshe White, 18075 Wisconsin.
• • a,
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Aaron Sandweiss, 24260 Westhamp-
ton.

OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile Area)
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs: Shimon Lazaroff.
• • •
LADIES OF YE S HIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-

BATH LEAGUE will hold a meet-
ing and New Year's luncheon noon
Wednesday at Shomrey Emunah
synagogue. The luncheon is spon-
sored by Mrs. Sylvia Fisher. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Shaiall Zach-
ariash. Hostesses are Mesdames
Walter Epstein, Gussie Cardash,
Becky Gendelman, Harold Kap-
lan, Mendel Stark and Solomon
Oppen. Friends are invited.
• • •
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will present "Detroit Dis-
covery — Phase 2" noon Tuesday.
Luncheon at the synagogue and a
bus trip to Lafayette Clinic are
planned. A doctor at the clinic
will speak on drug abuse. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Stuart Graff,
626-0977, or Mrs. Herbert Ebner,
M3-5048.

"Prospect for Peace" will be
the subject for discussion when
Israeli diplomat, Shaul Ramati
will speak at Temple Israel 8:30
p.m. Jan. 11.
The public is invited at no
charge. A reception will follow.
Ramati, a graduaate of Oxford,
served in the British Army in
World War II, attached to the
Jewish Brigade.
- ■ ati went to Israel
In 194'*
and serve as a senior staff offi-
cer on the • .aural front and later
as a member of the Israel delega-
tion to the armistice talks in
Rhodes. He was twice wounded

SAVE! SAVE!
BUY DIRECT

JDC's Samuel Haber to Address
Women's Pre-Campaign Lunch

Samuel L. Haber, executive
vice chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, will speak at
the pre-campaign luncheon of the
women's division of the 1971 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund noon Jan. 13 at
the Great Lakes Club.
The luncheon is for women who
will contribute $500 and more,
Mrs. Melvin Kolbert, chairman of
the division, said.
Mrs. Kolbert alas announced
the selection of division officers
who are responsible for organiza-
tion and solicitation of gifts. Mrs.
Ben Jones is adviser. Vice chair-
men are Mesdames Louis Berry,
N. Brewster Broder, Alfred L.
Deutsch, William L. Deutsch and
A. Alfred Taubman.
Mrs. Arthur H. Rich, former
campaign chirman for the divi-
sion, is chairman of upgrading,
and Mrs. David Handleman is in
chage of special assignments.
Mesdames William M. David-
son, Byron Gerson and Gerald
Sucher are chairmen of the hos-
pitality committee. Mrs. Paul
Broder and Mrs. Maxwell Jospey
are in charge of luncheon ar-
rangements.
Mrs. Morris H. Brandwine is
campaign chairman for the wom-
en's division, and said Mrs. Max
Stollman is president of the Fede-
ration women's division.
Haber heads one of the oldest
and largest agencies overseas,
serving more than 400,000 Jewish
men, women and children in 30
countries throughout the world.
He joined the JDC staff in 1947

Kanter-Friedman Rites
to Be Held in March

as director for Germany and es-
tablished an aid program for some
200,000 Jewish displaced persons.
He was influential in emptying the
DP camps, speeding tens of thou-
sands of Jewish surviors to Israel,
the U.S. and other friendly lands.
Through his work in eastern Eu-
rope, he has become an authority
on the condition of Jews behind
the Iron Curtain and the needs of
the European Jewish community.

when he served as company com-
mander in the Israel Army.
He was picked by General Day-
an to command an infantry battal-
ion in the Sinai Campaign in 1956.
Ramati joined the Israel Foreign
Service in- 1950 and took up an
appointment in Chicago as director
of information services far the
Midwest. In 1966 he was appointed
deputy director of information of
the ministry of foreign affairs and
two years later was made acting
director.

FROM THE

IMPORTER

SHAUL RAMATI

Jewish Vocational Service Announces:

"PROJECT RETURN"

A Workshop for Women Planning to Enter
or Return to the Labor Market
ALL SESSIONS AT THE NEW NS SUBURBAN OFFICE
15660 W. 10 Mile Rd., Southfield

(adjacent to "New Orleans Mall")

Apply Now For January Group

Enrollment Is Limited and Pre-Registration Is Necessary
For Application or Information:
JVS Group Services
163 Madison, Detroit 48226
Tel. 961-8570

Member Agency, Jewish Welfare Federation

SAMUEL HABER

Open Sundays
Noon Till 5

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Master
Charge Cards

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To Make Room for Our New Spring Arrivals

Mark Downs You Wouldn't Believe
Reductions To Far Below Our Cost

MISS MARLENE KANTEE

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kanter of
Snowden Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mar-
lene Gale to Martin Allan Fried-
man, son of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
N. Friedman of Continental Ave.,
Southfield.
A March wedding is being
planned.

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