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August 24, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-24

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Jewish News Publicity Policy

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its first board
meeting of the new adminis-
tration 11:30 a.m. Monday in
the synagogue. Mrs. Arthur
Schussler, sisterhood presi-
dent, announces the topic of
the meeting will be "Tools,
Targets and Techniques," pre-
sented by Mesdames Sol
Docks and Isadore Leeman,
(n.ission leaders of the
higan Branch of Wom-
en's League for Conservative
Judaism. Luncheon will be
served.
* * *
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
CHAPTER, Hadassah, will
hold a membership tea 8:15_
p.m. Tuesday at the Echo
Valley Apts. club house. The
public is invited.

Jerry Kaufman, Husband
of the President
of

HADASSAH

has donated this space
because he's seen for
himself, their great
hospital — in Israel

DAVID-HORODOKER WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will
hold a luncheon noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs.
Philip Kutnick, 13201 Dart-
mouth, Oak Park, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Alex
Dorchen, president. Mes-
dames Kutnick and Julius
Schechter, 557-6674. A meet-
tickets, call Mrs. Harry
Schechter, 557-6674. A meet-
ing will be held noon Sept. 4
at the home of Mrs. Sam
Belkin, 15061 Northfield, Oak
Park.

The Jewish News prefers typed, double-spaced
publicity releases, including the name and phone
number of the publicity chairman.
They may be mailed or hand-delivered, but the
noon Monday deadline must be observed. Exceptions
are made for holidays, when early deadlines will be
announced in advance.
Publicity must include the time, date and address
of the event or meeting. Full names should accom-
pany phone numbers appearing in the release. Pic-
tures, for which there is a charge, will be used only
for special events and/or at the discretion of the
editor. Consult the city editor for additional informa-
tion.

Miss Binke Plans
December liTedding

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 24, 1973-27

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Woman's Place in Community Set
as Topic of JWF Division Forum

KNOB CIRCLE CHAPTER.
Women's American ORT,
will hold a fund-raising din-
ner-dance 7:30 p.m., Sept. 1
in the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. Friends
and residents of Knob-Woods
Apts. are invited at a nomi-
nal charge. Music will be
provided. For reservations,
call Mrs. Herman Berlin,
354-4108, or Mrs. Ben Sigel,
353-3110.

*
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will open its
membership for a limited
time and invites all interested
women to join by calling
Mrs. Herschel Blitz, 542-
9046, or Mrs. Sheldon Davis,
547-7561.

IMPORTER AND CUTTERS

OF FINE DIAMONDS

MISS MILDRED BINKE

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Binke of
Everett Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Mildred to
Gregory Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Miller of
Loretta Pl., Oak Park.
Miss Binke was graduated
from the University of Mich-
igan. Her fiance is a student
in the University of Michi-
gan's pharmacy school.
A December wedding is
planned.

Addressing invitations to the Sept. 20 Fall Forum gets
an added personal touch — a hand-written note — from
volunteers in the Jewish Welfare Federation women's divi-
sion. Shown are, from left, secretary Mrs. Martin Hart,
BR 3-5441
chairman Mrs. Bernard Stollman, committee member Mrs.
Harold Provizer, Federation Women's Division President
* * *
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine and committee member Mrs.
0 AKF IELD CHAPTER, Leonard Reider.
Women's American ORT, will
* *
hold a rummage sale 8:30
"B.A., Mrs. and Then H. Aaron, Arnold J. Kollin,
a.m.-3 p.m. today at the Fern-
dale Community Center, 400 What?" a question in the Harold Provizer, Burton
E. Nine Mile. Children's minds of many women, is the Schwartz, Gary Eisenberg,
clothes, small appliances, title of this year's Fall William Z. Krasnick, Stuart
toys and records will be on Forum sponsored by the A. Ulanoff, Lawrence tack-
women's division of the Jew- ier, Myron M. LaBan and
sale.
*
*
ish Welfare Federation Sept: Leonard Reider. Mrs. Morris
J. Brandwine is division
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, 20.
Mrs. Bernard Stollman, president.
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North- chairman, said her committee
Mr. Don Misuraca
gate Apts. recreation hall. decided to address directly
Refreshments will be served. the question of women's place
Guests are invited. For infor- in the organized community.
Formerly of Allen's Salon
The forum, at the home of
mation,
call President Mrs.
in Oak Park and Southfield.
Mrs. I. William Sherr, 23249
Clara Sherizen, 398-7097.
Mr. Don Misuraca has be-
* * *
Morningside, Southfield, will
come co-owner of Allen &
LADIES OF YESHIVATH be a conversation with Dr.
Don's Salon at the Old Or-
chard Shopping Center —
BETH YEHUDAH president Sandra Lyness, consulting
Orchard Lake Rd. at Maple
Mrs. Fanny Laufer an- psychologist a n d assistant
Road.
nounces a meeting will be professor of education and
the
in
finalist
197 I
A
held noon Wednesday at the clinical psychology at Wayne
coveted Frubinger Fashion
Yeshiva building. Arrange- State University, and Ruth
Awards. Don invites every-
ments for the donor luncheon Ambinder, psychiatric social
one to the new salon in
AT Bloomfield.
will be made.
worker on the staff of the
Madison Heights School Sys-
tem.
Women interested in at-
GIRLS, TEENS AND YOUNG MISSES
tending the forum may make
reservations by contacting
the women's division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
WO 5-3939.
Helping with arrangements
for the forum, an annual edu-
cational program of the worn-
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Free Bowling Party

Bnai David Mr. and Mrs.
Club will sponsor a free
bowling club party, Sunday
for couples interested in join-
ing a mixed bowling league.
For information, call Rita or
Earl Kendler, KE 1-5711, or
Bernice or Moe Betman, 557-
0587.

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NCJW Leaders Attend
Nashville Training Parley

NEW YORK — More than
300 National Council of Jew-
ish Women community lead-
ers from around the country
participated in a week-long
training program in manage-
ment skills at Vanderbilt
University in Nashville.
NCJW was the first or-
ganization to establish a net-
work of senior citizens clubs.
Its present program, "Jus-
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inflicted by the legal system
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