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September 14, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, Sept. 14, 1973

omen's
Clubs

Problems of Aged, Poor Topic
of Sociologist at AJCongress Event

Dr. Eva Kahana, sociolo-
gist on the staff of Wayne
State University, will address
the opening meeting of the
women's division of American
Jewish Congress 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Hunter's Ridg.F>
Club House, Farmington. Dr.
Kahana will discuss "The
Problems of the Aged an:I
the Poor," with special ref-
erence to the Jewish com-
munity. A coffee hour will
precede her talk.
Dr. Kahana, director of the
Elderly Care Research Cen-
ter and associate professor
of sociology at WSU, has
done extensive research in
the problems of "aging." She
has studied problems of the
general community as well
as those affecting the Jewish
community.
Before joining the Wayne
faculty in fall 1971, Dr. Ka-
hana was research associate
and assistant professor in the
department of sociology and
the Medical Care Research
Center of Washington Uni-
versity, St. Louis. She worked
closely with the Jewish com-
munity there on the needs
and services for the aged.

December 11eddi11g Pioneer Women to Host Premiere
for Miss Ilil Yoffe of Film 'Ben-Gurion Remembers'

The Greater Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women is spon-
soring the premiere presenta-
tion of the Israeli film "Ben-
Gurion Remembers" at 7:30
and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at the
Main Theater, Royal Oak.
The 90-minute color film
was produced and directed
by Simon Hesera.
According to David Z. Riv-
lin, Israel consul general in
New York, this is "a film

of stirring interest in this
period of our celebration of
Israel's founding 25 years
a g o . Sen-Gurion Remem-
bers' honors this event and
gives tribute to the visionary
and chief architect of Israel
reborn; a man who devoted
his life to the restoration of
Jewish freedom and security
in an independent Jewish
state."
For tickets, call the Pio-
neer Women office, 851-0750.

(Continued from Page 31)
DETROIT LEAGUE,
CARIH, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Refreshments will be served.
The movie, "Children of No-
vember, - narrated by Lorne
Greene, will be shown, and
new life members will be
presented with pins and
plaques. Members are asked
to bring new members, as
well as items for the Oct, S
MISS ILA YOFFE
and 9 rummage sale at the
Mr. and M r s . Bernard
American Legion Hall in
Royal Oak. For pickup, call Y of f e of Southfield Rd..
DR. EVA KAHANA
Make Your Party
Mrs. Max Robiner, KE 5- Southfield, announce the en-
AJC "Hot Line"-965-5310- 5247.
gagement of their daughter
A Success with
is still in operation, giving
Ila Rae to Barry M. Grant,
latest information on Soviet
• Popcorn
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio- son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Jewry, as well as other news neer Women, will hold a Grant of Curtis Ave.
• Cotton Candy
of concern to the Jewish com- meeting noon Wednesday at
• Sno-Cone Machines
Miss Yoffe attended Oak-
munity. This is provided as a the home of Mrs. Florence land Community College. Her
and Supplies
public service by the AJC Primack, 24271 Rosewood, fiance is a senior majoring
and supported by its mem- Oak Park. Guest speaker in accounting at the Univer-
ALSO FOR:
bers.
will be Mrs. Norman Lee- sity of Michigan.
✓ BUSINESSES
According to Mrs. Rader. mon, national chairman of
A December wedding is
✓ FUND RAISINGS
and Mrs. Rubin, president of moetzet hapoalot. Guests are
planned.
✓ ETC.
the Michigan Council of invited.
American Jewish Congress,
Call 273-0040 or 273-2475
It is a shame for a man to
an active membership cam-
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold send a fool as his messenger.
13438 Fenkell 1 blk. E. of Schaefer
paign is under way in the its next meeting noon Mon-
—Tanhuma Tissa
suburbs.
day at the Northgate Apts.
The organization is c o n -
Mrs. Philip Rader, presi- cerned with urban problems, club room. Hostesses will be
dent of the women's division, equal rights, separation of Mesdames Maurice Knopper
and Mrs. George Rubin, vice church and. state, strengthen- and Max Spoon.
president and program chair- ing and assisting Jewish edu-
man, invite the public to at- cation, preservation of Israel
tend as guests of the women's and other social issues. Mrs.
division. The chairman of the Aaron Shifman, membership
day will be Mrs. Seymour chairman, invites interested
Detroit Socialites will be-
Israel.
women to attend the opening
gin the season with bingo
meeting.
Mrs. Rader added that the
and a social 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Berkley Masonic Tem-
ple.
The price of admission will
bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style!
include bingo prizes, refresh-
ments and a social hour with
dancing. Everyone is wel-
come.
To celebrate the new year,
the organization has planned
Member Detroit Retail
a Yom Kippur night dance,
Kosher Meat Dealers Assn.
with dancing to the music of
Eric Rosenow and his Conti-
nentatls, 9 p.m. Oct. 6. The
public is invited. Refresh-
ments and prizes will be fea-
and Poultry
tured.
Jack Miller
For information, call Shir-
Sam Kozik
ley
Kaner, 398-2296, or Mol-
548-4887
25254 Greenfield
lie Stern, 342-2791.

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