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WomenGOther i - nthe !Celiar'
, On March 5. -27= members of the former Detroit Madison Athletic
Cittli mete in Dese.rt Hot Springs for dinner at the home of Mr.' and"
" Klanman. The-occasion was the Klanmans' 47th wedding
gmliversary: •The Klanmans were surprised- with a -tape recorded ver-
sion of -:r7hiS Is-Your Life," made by their daughters and families
in Chleago.:Among the-,tributes
the tributes - to the couple was a• donation to
gadasSah and- a,m0saie
to the temple in Desert Hot Springs..
Visiting guests from Detroit were Mrs. Belle Clayman and Mrs. Sam
- Mr. - Morris Fruritan of Westover Ave., Southfield, will celebrate
hii 80th birthday. , SatUrday. in Hollywood, Fla.
The women's-pre-campaign section•of the Junior division, Allied
• Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency- Fund,- held:a 'fund-raising dessert
luncheon-at the Bonwit Cellar at Somerset Mall. Greeting guestsivrere. -
left): Mesdames Jerome Acker, Michael W. Madan and Alan
; associate chairmen; Robert Malicia, adviser; Jay. L. Wald-
man, associate chairman; Robert Sorock, chairman;, and Mrs. 'San-
ford H. Passer, vice chairnian.
Pioneer Women Spring. Fund Campaign
to Benefit 1,000 Installations in Israel .
Mrs. Gerald E. Goldberg, presi- organization in . Israel, -31oetzet I_
dent of the Greater Detroit Coun- Hapoalot, provide 58, per cent of
cil of Pioneer Women; announces all social services in 'Israel geared
the opening of that organization's to - -women and children, Jew " and
funds campaign. Arab, through its 1,000 installa-
Pioneer Women and its affiliate lions
child care centers,--vocit"- -•
tchools, aid.- to strar -whi
and orghaits;;"-Centilunity 'Centers,
_varatIonw - for children from border
kibtitzim, 'Arab women clubs and
the integrationof immigrants from
Russia and other countries.
Each of the 17 Pioneer Women
chapters of Greater Detroit Coun-
cil is making plans independently
for raising - funds. ' culminating
with presentation , of. a 81,600 U.S.
Savings Bond on 'June I at the
Labor- Zionist Institute.
Mrs. Sam 'Fishman is vice presi-
dent of funds, and Mrs. Irving
Turner, co-chairman of funds.
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An art auction will be a special
feature of Pioneer Women Israel
Chapter's annual champagne sup-
-per 8:30 p.m. March 25 at the
Somerset Apartments club house.
Sophie Fordon, local artist, has
donated an original ink drawing,
"New Immigrant in Jerusalem,"
executed during her six-month stay
in Israel. Other works have been
The auctioneer will be Irving
Feldman, director of exhibits at
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of Pioneer Women/Moetzet Hapoa-
lot in Israel.
Mrs. Ralph Miller, president of
Israel Chapter, announces that
Mrs. • Sol Millman is coordinator
of the affair.
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