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March 10, 1972 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-10

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NEG BAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold an election of
officers noon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs: Irving Winkelman,
.22111 Harding, Oak Park. Mrs.
Ben Shapiro is president.
'*
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM OR-
GANIZATION will meet noon Mon-
day at 'MCI, cafeteria, Tel-Twelve
Mall.

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BIRMINGHAM AND FRANK-
LIN GROUPS, Hadassah, will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Beckwith, 31331 Franklin
Fairway,-• Farmington. Mrs. Ida
Marie Cohen, editor of Hadassah
Headlines, will speak on the part-
time parent program, a fund-
raising project for young children
in. Israel: The groups' presidents
are Mrs. George Barahal, arid Mrs.
Louis Zuckerman and Mrs. Daniel
Knopper. Lunch will be served.

.
ctivities

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday,

marcb-los 1972-27

Turover to Aid Needy
at Mo'os Ilitim Party

Detroit League of CARIH, Chi 1- GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
Turover Aid Society, in conjunc-
dren s Asthma
neer Women, will meet noon
Research Insti-
Wednesday at the Coach House tion with Cong. Ezras Achim, will
tute and Hospi-
club room. A report will be given hold its annual Mo'os Mini party
tal), will meet
on the Purim luncheon and a 7 p.m. Sunday at the 115 1s1dran Is-
noon Wednesday
cancer film will be shown. Re- rael Lubavitcher Center. Friends
at White hall
freshments will be served and are invited.
Proceeds will provide food for
Apartments club
guests are welcome.
Passover for needy Jews here and
house: ,R a bbi
* *
in
Israel, it was announced by Ben
Sherwin Wine: of
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
B irmi nghain
FIGHTERS' door-to-door march is Grant and Jacob Nosanchuk,
presidents.
Temple who re-
scheduled March 19-21. Volunteers
3 NIGHT 4 DAY WEEKEND:
cently returned
are needed to collect funds to aid
from the. Middle Rabbi Wine
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi East, will speak on the situation the nonsectarian medical center's
facilities
and services. Volunteers
Women, will hold a mother in Is- there. Lunch will be served, and
should call the co-chairmen, Mrs.
rael meeting noon Wednesday at guests are welcome.
Ernest
Lewis,
358-1353, or Mrs. Al
Bnai Moshe Synagogue. Mrs. Hen-
* e *
Frommer, 548-9069.
rietta Reiman, chairman of the
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NA-
(Continued on Page 30)
project, will distribute awards.
air
Mrs. Sarah Greenberg and Mrs. TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMIT-
TEE, GREATER DETROIT CHAP-
Pearl Gold will sponsor a lunch TER, is collecting; books for its an-
- Via laitellairlinis"
▪ Daum toms
honoring Mrs. Gold -on her birth- nual New Books' for Old sale to
olrealitast
day. Hostesses are Mrs. Walter be held in October. Proceeds from
and ether batistes -
Epstein, Mrs. Gussie Cardash and this sale are used to buy new
Foam. **L ecr- On tax 4 *mon
Mrs. Rose Weider. Guests are in- books for the libraries of Brandeis
4 NIGHTS 5- DAY
vited.
University at-Waltham, Mass. Mrs.
From _Detroit every Sunday
Frank X. Levine and Mrs. Char-
6 4 /kW
les Schwartz, co-chairmen of the
Via teed Wrion
FROM THE
book sale, need 85,000 books in
ablaze Russ
-
Any subject, hard or paper-
good condition, hard and paper
• MI AK MOM
a= plus 1031.4 Prflarf
backs for BRANDEIS Univ.
backs, fiction and non-fiction, for
Women's committee • for - . .
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
children and adults. Old records,
SEYMOUR
National Geographic magazines,
KAPLAN
Interior Decorator and Gourmet
Tax exemption
'CONGRESS BUILDING; SUITE 160
publications alai) will be accepted.
and Co.
Drop off center 1213 N. Main,
- 30555 SOUTHFIELD ROAD --
A
new collection center has been
Royal Oak Twos. & Thurs. a.m. For
SOUTHREID, MICHIGAN 48076
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
opened at 1213 N. Main St.. Royal
tiskist Di 1-2461.
TELEPHONE (313 645-0510
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Oak. Persons may drop off books
• STYLE
J
30555 southffohs,
at the center any Tuesday or
• ELEGANCE
Suits too
Thursday between 9 a.m. and
VC
• BEAUTY
645-9200
noon. For book pickup, call the
WYN-HAROLD MIMIC
center,
399-3845,
or
Mrs.
Oscar
(.5
Do you need a friend? -
Zemoni, UN 3-6512.
* * *
To help ydu solve a problem,
MT. SCOPUS GROUP, Hadassah,
THE BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
talk to and cheer you?
will meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at
CHAPTER OF B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN #698
Hadassah House to honor Hadas-
Volunteer to shop, visit or-drive?
sah's 60th anniversary. Mrs. Mil-
"INSTALLATION DINNER DANCE"
ton Johnson will speak on part-
CARE ABOUT. YOU!
time parents, and Mrs. Louis Wohl
SUNDAY,
MARCH 19, 1972
6 P.M.
Call "HELPLINE"
will present a musical program.
RALEIGH HOUSE — 25300 Telegraph - Southfield
A Volunteer Program
Luncheon will be served, and prizes
Dancing to Johnny C & His Orchestra
will be awarded.
of the Jewish Family and Children's Service
By reservation only — Women must attend dinner
* * *
and dance $8.00. Men dinner & dance $8.00.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
Men for dancing only at 9 P.M. $2.50
will meet noon Tuesday at the
Alyce Diamond
R.S.V.P.
Shirley Bernstein
Workmen's Circle Center. Brunch
WE 4-0843
355-1793
will be sponsored by Mary Zate.
SATURDAY. & SUNDAY ONLY!
-J
Ann Sapperstein and Yetta Weiner
welcome guests.

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