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December 21, 1973 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-21

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rumn
Recovering
ERIC ROSENOW From Illness

Bank Names Pollack

David Pollack this week
was elected a member of the
board of directors of Bank of
the Commonwealth.

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William Avrunin, executive
vice president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, who has
been ill for more than a
month, is recovering satis-
factorily.
Dr. Julien Priver, execu-
tive vice president of Sinai
Hospital, stated on Tuesday:
"Mr. Avrunin had success-
ful chest surgery for in-
flamation of the lung lining.
We happily look forward to
his rapid return to full and
vigorous activities."

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Ladies Department of
Michigan will entertain vet-
erans Tuesday at the Allen
Park Hospital. Gifts, home-
baked goods, bingo and
prizes will be featured. Vol-
unteers are welcome. For in-
formation call the JWVA of-
fice, or the chairman, Yetta
Glass, 559-5680. The Ladies
department will hold a party
for the USO noon Monday at
the USO building. A buffet
supper will be served, and
there will be gifts entertain-
ment and dancing. Volun-
teers are welcome. For in-
formation, call the president,
Ann Rubin, or the JWVA
office, 559-5680.
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BLOCH-ROSE POST and
AUXILIARY will give a
party for the Inner City
Youth Home 2 n.m. Tuesday
at the home. Gifts, refresh-
ments and entertainment will
highlight the party. For in-
formation, call the chairman,
Miriam Lawrence, ITN 2-1467,
after 5 p.m. Volunteers are
welcome.
*
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GREEN POST and AUX-
ILIARY will hold a party
Tuesday at the hospital.
marking their 26th year of
service to the hospital. Gifts
and refreshments will be dis-
tributed among the patients.
For information, call the
chairman, Donna Green or
the JWV office, 559-5680. A
car pool will leave the JWV
headquarters in the morn-
inc. Volunteers niz.y call the
JWV office. 559-5680. Depart-
ment of Michigan and all
units will participate.
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SILVERMAN DETROIT
POST and AUXTLIARY will
have a Hanuka Fun Night at
the JWV home 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Proceeds will go to
the Israeli Soldiers Fund.
For reservations. call Rose
Sharkey. 968-2593, or Phil
Horowich, 559-7589.

Detroit USO
Office to Close

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THAT WILL PLEASE!

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I LZA Hanuka Party Planned

Labor Zionist Alliance will
have a Hanuka celebration
6:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A
limited number of dinner
reservations are available.
For reservations, call the
Institute, 851-1606.
Morris Asher will be mas-
ter of ceremonies, and the
program will include com-
munity singing led by Sam
Portner and Mrs. Seymour
Kraus, piano accompanist;
Michael Michlin, who will

Hebrew U. Friends
Official Takes Post
at Negev University

Max Hearshen, director of
the Mid-Central States region
of American Friends of the
Hebrew University, with of-
fices in Cleveland, is leaving,
to join the staff of the Uni-
versity of the Negev in
Beersheba. He will head the
development depar tment
there and be instrumental in
establishing Friends of the
University of the Negev or-
ganizations around the world.
Hearshen was area man-
ager for State of Israel
Bonds in eastern Pennsyl-
vania and was a regional
field director of the United
Jewish Appeal before taking
the Midwest position eight
years ago.
A native of Rochester,
N. Y., Hearshen grew up and
was educated in Detroit.
During World War II, he
served in the South Pacific.
He has two daughters who
live with their families in
Israel, one in Jerusalem and
the other in Beersheba. His
wife, Anita, has been ap-
pointed senior regional di-
rector for Brandeis Univer-
sity for the Mid-Central area
and Canada.
(The Negev University is
to be named the "Ben-Gurion
University of the Negev."
Education Minister Yigal
Allon said the university
symbolized three of David
Ben-Gurion's aims: education
for all, developing the Negev
and the advancement of sci-
ence and research).

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 21, 1973-35

give readings on Hanuka
around the world; and Hy-
man Pritz, pantomimist.

Roller-Skating Party
for Families Planned

Celebration
for Criterion

Bnai David Mr. and Mrs.
Club is having its annual
family roller-skating party
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Ambassador Arena.
For information, call Earl
or Rita Kendler, KE 1-5771,
or Bernice Betman, 557-0587.
There is an admission
charge, and guests are in-
vited.

Criterion Club will hold its
annual Hanuka party 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Oak Park
Community Center. The pub-
lic is invited.
Joe Miller, vocalist, and or-
chestra will provide the music
for dancing. Samuel Moses
and Ralph Reznick will offi-
ciate at the candle-lighting
ceremonies. Social mixers,
prizes, and latkes will high-
light the party.
Criterion's New Year's Eve
party set for 9 p.m. Dec. 31,
will feature a sit-down din-
ner, beverages, dancing to
the music of the Frank Paul
Orchestra and breakfast. Ad-
mittance is by reservation
only.
For information, call Ruth
Traison, 538-6765, or Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

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USO.
Through the years, USO
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facilities, recreational activi-
ties and entertainment to off
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tioned in the Detroit area.
United Community Services
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United Foundation) deter-
mined that the reduced mili-
tary population in the Detroit
area no longer warranted
continued USO operations,
Broder said. It is anticipated
that the YMCA, a Torch
Drive agency, will provide
some services to the service-
men that were filled by USO.
Includes
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service organizations, includ-
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