Round the Phone: Women s Phonogift Campai
Thousands of Jewish homes will be contacted during the Phonogift week of activitle
W it h Briefing for Allied Campaign
inaugurated by the Allied Jewish Campaign Women's Division.
s been recorded for the 1972 philanthropic campaign for Israel and more than 50 local,
. • • Hundreds of volunteers will be working from the headquarters of the United Hebrew national and overseas causes.
"We are anxious to enroll every woman as a contributor to the campaign," , she
Schools, on 12 Mile Rd., to make calls to many Jewish women whose gifts have not ye t erous Mrs. Morris Brandwine, women's division chairman, Issued an appeal urging gen• sa, "and we need .the women to make the calls. We ho ethe respo
beg in conformity with the great needs in behalf of which pso
nse to our c all will
responses to the calls and enrollment of volunteer workers.
many already labor, and in
support of which we seek unanimity in our community."
Jewish Press Editors Invited to White House
WASHINGTON • (JTA) — bert. G:. Klein, director of
The 'White House announced communications for the
Wednesday that President White House, opened with
Nixon has invited "repre- the phale "The President
sentative members" of the has asked me to Invite
•American Jewish press to you •
" The telegram
'attend a "special series" of said "key members of the
;'high-level briefings" at the administration" will give
White House March 13. The The briefings and Pwill
betroit Jewish News Will be deal ••with therm issues
represented at the briefings. which are of major im-
' The Jewish.' Telegraphic portance to the Jewish
Agency' was informed that communities."
IV- editors and publlshers of -
gewish dailies, weeklies, The JTA
was told that
Monthlies and.perlodicals and the topics , will include So-
the' JTA oe'lf have been •viet Jewry, the Middle East,
national economic issues,
Telegrams 'Signed by Her- poverty, and crime in the
cities. Named in the tele.
grams to give the briefings
were Kle n; Herbert Stein,
chairman of thd President's
Board of Economic Advisers;
Joseph J. Sisco, assistant sec-
retary of state for Near
Eastern cffairs• Leonard
Garment, civil rights adviser
to the President; and William
Satire, a special adviser to
the President and a presi-
dential speech writer.
The sessions, according to
the telegram, - Will run for six
hours—from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The program will begin with
a special tour of the White
of the Wesi
Great- WeStern HOliday
Hostesses are Mesdames Iry-,
ing Bloom, Jack Grossbart,
Israel Kardener and Samuel
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ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a community
service program noon March
13 at the synagogue. Dr.
Gertrude Gordon, teacher of
music and the performing
meet noon Tuesday at the
Zionist Cultural Center. Des-
sert luncheon will be served.
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DETROIT WOMEN OF arts at the F errand Scool
h ents, Peers and Pedagogs : hostess. C h a n a
By HAIM. SHACHTER
ALPHA OMEGA will hold and White Orthopedic Scho ol, How Their 'Attitudes
were interviewed a year after
re- fluence Child" Co-h In- presid ent, invites friends.
One _year after their ar- arrival.
It transpires from the sut•
ay at the home view performed by students esses for the evening will be NORTHGATZ CHAPTER,
of Mrs. Donald Stillman, from Farrand. Dessert lunch- Mrs. Yitschok Kagan and Pioneer Women, will meet of an immigrants and tem- Vey that about 52 per cent
20107 Beechaven, Southfield. eon will be served by special Mrs. Marvin * Seligson.
porary residents (potential of the new arrivals bedsit
Hostesses will be Mesdames' events chairman Mrs. Sam
noon Monday at the North- immigrants) claimed that studying Hebrew after .• inq-
Leonard Crayle, Joseph Do- Dobkin. Mrs. Nicholas Fent'. ROSENWALD L A D I E S gate
be they were able to converse migration. The reasons (ken
brusin, Edward Haenick, Mil- kel and Mrs. Marvin Fuller AUXILIARY, American Le- guest speaker. Refreshments freely in Hebrew. Another by the remaining 48 per tent
ton Jacobi, Morton Lesser, will be co-chairmen, and Mrs. gion, will meet 8:30 p.m. will be served. Hostesses will 37 per cent spoke Hebrew who did not study the •a*
Samuel Millstone, IL 0 b e r t Manuel Katzman is program Wednesday at the W or k • be
with difficulty, while 32 per guage were: lack of time' (80
Blanche Gruenbattm, Hilda cent were unable to speak Per cent; advanced ege .or
Ruby and William Warren. vice president, Mrs. Isadore men's Circle Center.
F e 1 d in a n, Eva Feldman, the language, at all; About ill health (25 per cent). 'An-
Mrs. Richard Williams, pre& Goren, president, 1 n v i t e s
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ident, will preside.
Becky 20 per cent of those' claim- other 10 per cent • claimed
friends. For information, call GREATER
E A T E R DETROIT Gussie Ringle l and
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Sherize ing to have a knowledge of that there were no facilities
Mrs. Fuller, 851.1446, or BUSINESS AND PROFES- Alger. Mrs, Ca
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA- Mrs. Fenakel, 862-3194.
n, Hebrew did • not, - however, in their place of residen1
SIONAL CHAPTER. Wom-
BAD STUDY GROUP will
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matte use 'of the language; or they did not know whe
' American ORT, will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK• hold a rummage sale 5-9 CHILDREN UNLIMITED One year after arrival, 47 to apply for tuition. Some o
ehome of Mrs. Charles WOODS SISTERHOOD will p.m. Tuesday and 10 a.m.-1 will meet 12:90 p.m, Wed- per cent of the immigrants the immigrants who did not
Fine, 15121 Dartmouth, Oak celebrate Purim 8 p.m. Sat- P.m. Wednesday at the Royal nesday at Franklin Pointe used Hebrew as a principal take courses locally claimed
Park. Rev. Fine will speak. urday at the synagogue. The Oak Women's Club. Men's, dub house. President (Rose or second language of daily they had a knowledge of Hes-
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brew before arrival.
theme of the evening will women's and children's Schee tor invites guests. Communication. •
These findings are based About 52 per cent of the
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA- be a "Night at the Races," clothing, as well as items for For transportation •informa-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine featuring a h or s e-racing the home, will be on sale. tion, call Mrs. Saul Schwartz, on a survey instituted by potential immigrants were id
Mile area) will meet 2:30 film. There will be games For information, call Mrs. 3554992. The group is dedi- the Israel Ministry of Absorp- a position to speak Hebrew
p.m. Saturday at the home 01 and refreshments. There is Kurt Traub, 547-7507. cated to helping the multi- tion and the Institute for freely or without undue- dif-
Mrs. Ernest -Kamhm, 21840 a nominal donation. Guests
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handicaped blind child and Applied Social Research in ficulty a year after arrival,
conjunction with the Cen- and another 30 per cent -able
Church, Oak Park. Ribbi are invited.
CLUB ONE , Pioneer Wom- has aided institutions that tral
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Office of Statistics, to converse in the language
Yitschok Kagan will speak.
after these children.
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among 'a representative um- with some difficulty. But
W OM E N'S ORTHODOX eon noon Tuesday at the
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of immigrants and tem- about 12 per cent of those
AESCULAPIAN PHAR- LEAGUE will meet 8:45 p.m. Workmen's Circle Center. Z E D A K A H CLUB will
residents age 18 able to speak Hebrew made
MACEUTICAL ASSOC! A- Wednesday at the Yeshivath Guest speaker will be
Mil- Lne t noon Monday in the porary
and over who arrived in Is- no use whatever of the lan-
, TION LADIES AUXILIARY' Beth Ire hu d a building, dred Weiss, Pioneer Women Coach
ch House club rooms.
September 1969 guage, as comparsd .witle
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednes- Rabbi Gerald Werner, prin• delegate to the recent Zion-
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and August 1970, and who per cent among the olirn.
day at the home of Mrs. Ida cipal of Akiva Hebrew Day rat Congrss held in Jerusa-
Gaba, 16300 N. Park Dr., School, will speak on "Par- lem. Cella Feigenson will be
Southfield, to discuss the
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Frith% March 3, 1912-25
budget for the following year.
A mini•lunch will be served.
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PARKWOOD and WHITE-
HALL CHAPTERS, Women's
American ORT, will hold a
joint meeting 12:15 p.m.
at Knob-at-the-Woods club-
house. A dessert luncheon
will be served by Mesdames
Jacob Schiff, Sarah Elkowitz,
Lawrence Blau, Harry Clark,
Misses Betty Taylor, Sally
Taylor and Martha Taylor.
The invocation will be given
by. Mrs. Harry Singer. Pro-
gram Vice President Mrs.
William Kiefer announces
that Rabbi M. Robert Syme
will review' the book "I'm
O.K., You're O.K." by Dr,
Thomas Harris, Presidents
LVIrs. Gilbert Berenstein and
Carl B: Lichtenstein invite
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WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND board will
World-Wide Teens is Offering
three holidays this summer, especially
planned for today's trtith-seeking teens.
11250 West 12 Mile Road, Suite 11P, Southfield, Michigan 48018
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om en .s Club activities
Israeli Ohm H
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You're paid interest from the day your
money is deposited to the exact date of
withdrawal at the rate of 5% per year.
Your savings earn day in to day out You're paid
interest from the day your money is received to the
exact date of withdrawal at the rate of 5% per year
This is the highet interest available on regular
passbook savings accounts and your interest is
Deposits or withdrawals may be Made at any
NEXT WEEK VOLUNTEERS WILL CALL WOMEN OF DETROIT FOR
THEIR GIFTS TO THE 1972 ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN-ISRAEL
M one woman fo another, the volunteer will ask you to keep the
promise mode by our forefathers to protect one another from
oppression — to core for one another in need.
That promise is a solemn obligation of all of us.
In Israel, overseas, and here at home your dollars will feed,
clothe, shelter and succor those in need, and help them maintain
a deent quality of life.
time and there are no interest penalties Oil withdrawals
when you want all or part of your money.
The safety of your account is insured up to
$20,000 bythe Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporation, an agency of the U. S. Government.
And there are twenty-two convenient offices where
you can enjoy these savings advantages.
—Your S50 gift will maintain on aged person for a month in
Molben Home in Israel.
— S25 will serve hot lunches for 6 months to a child in a day
— S15 will help provide job training for a handicapped youth at
the Jewish Vocational Service — Community Workshop in Detroit.
—$10 will supply medicine to on ailing Soviet immigrant.
—$5 will buy a warm blanket for a needy family.
When your phone rings, answer the call! Make your own gift!
Give all you con. There ore promises to keep, and the time to
keep them is now.
WOMEN'S PHONOGIFT CAMPAIGN
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine
Women's Division, Campaign Chairman
Mr. Charles Snider
SUNDAY, MARCH 5 — SUNDAY, MARCH 12
1972 AWED JEWISH CAMPAIGN•ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
Samuel Frankel, Chairman
163 Madison, Detroit, Michigan 48226
1500 North Woodward, Birmingham
99 West Maple, Birmingham
3700 West Maple, Bloomfield Twp.
2699 West Big Beaver Road, Troy
940 East Long Lake Road, Troy
1406 North Woodward, Royal Oak
25123 Southfield, Southfield
29405 Greenfield, Southfjeld
17540 Grand River near Southfield
25712 Grand River near Beech Road
14221 Greenfield near Grand River
10641 Joy Road at Manor
24224 Joy Road near Telegraph
16841 Schaefer Road near McNichols
17230 Farmington Road, Livonia
14628 East Jefferson at Manistique
16530 East Warren near Outer Drive
11511 Kelly Road at Whittier
25501 Harper, St. Clair Shores
30700 Schoenherr, Warren
3900 Fourteen Mile Road, Warren
405 Griswold at Jefferson