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January 18, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 18, 1974-29

Singer to Be Featured at JNF Event

Singer Freda Mendelson
will entertain at the Jewish
National Fund Women's 44th
annual donor event noon
Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Mrs. Mendelson, a mem-
,o'er of the Bel Canto Choral
l Society and Beth Shalom
Sisterhood, h a s performed
\–throughout t h e community.
Her accompanist will be pian-
\ ist Lillian Freedland.

Geraldine Schwartz w i 11
'gad the audience in the na-
tional anthems.

planting of 100,000 trees to
replace the 80,000 destroyed
during the Yom Kippur War.
Many of the trees destroyed
were from the women's
earlier project in the Kiryat
Shemona area, which was
dedicated to the memory of
14 people killed in a terrorist
attack on their school bus in
May 1970.

MDs Organize Tour
of Israel for Parley

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HENRY MORGENTHAU
CHAPTER will have a lunch-
eon meeting 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs.
Kal Soskin, 18851 Capitol,
Southfield. Douglas Zyskow-
ski, assistant librarian at the
Southfield Public Library,
will review "Like a Song,
Like a Dream," by Alla
Rusinek.
*
BRANDEIS CHAPTER
will have a luncheon meeting
noon Jan. 28 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Mrs. Ruth
Goldman will sing Yiddish,
Israeli and English songs.
She conduct a regular oneg
Shabat at the Jewish Centers
for senior citizens. She will
be accompanied by M r s .
Louis Hoffman. Proceeds will
go to CANS (Cans Against
Needless Starvation) for
needy Jewish families. For
reservations, call Mrs. Sam
Lewis, 968-6799 or Mrs. Jack
Sayles, LI 7-4475.

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Plans juneNuptials for Miss Naomi Heit

Activities

The American Physicians
Fellowship invites all physi-
This event marks the cul- cians to participate in a 15-
\ _mination of JNF Women's day tour to Israel, April 25-
'4 donor fund-raising, May 10, for the International
,;)f which has been the Seminar on Recent Advances
in Nephrology and Urology.
The seminar, led by Dr.
Joseph J. Kaufman of Los
Angeles, will include special-
ly planned lectures given by
authorities in nephrology and
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urology.
tyebrows— Neckline—Arms— Legs
Members of the faculty are
, Recommended by Physicians,
Dr. Lester Persky of Cleve-
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land, Dr. Victor Politano of
SHIRLEY PERSIN
Miami and Dr. Ian Thomp-
Registered Electrologist
son of St. Louis, plus a group
ADVANCE BUILDING
ISRAEL CHAPTER will
;3077 GREENFIELD
'Room 260.
of Israel authorities in this
host Oakland County Sheriff
field.
PHONE 557-1108
IS Years Downtown
-
For reservations, call Dr. Johannes Spreen at its lunch-
eon-meeting 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
Bernard Weston, 353-5660.
day at the Knob-in-the-Woods
Apts. club house. He will
speak on "Crime in the Shop-
ping Center." Guests are in-
vited, and members are
asked to bring cans of food,
on
paper products or cleaning
supplies for the needy. For
FINE GIFTS AND
information, call Ann Mil-
gro m 547-2226.
DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES .

FACIAL HAIR
PERMANENTLY

Miss Silver to TI ed

MISS ANDREA SILVER

MISS JUDY GITTLEMAN

MISS NAOMI HEIT

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silver
of Ludlow Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Andrea Beth
to David Steven Steingold,
son of Mrs. Elie Aboulafia of
14 Mile Rd., Farmington
Hills, and Mr. Joseph Stein-
gold of York St., Huntington
Woods. Miss Silver is a stu-
dent at Eastern Michigan
University, and Mr. Steingold
is studying law at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
A December wedding is
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gittle-
man of Hillbrook Ave., Li-
vonia, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Judy
Renee to Bill Stern, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Stern
of Independence Dr., South-
field.
Miss Gittleman was grad-
uated from Michigan State
University with a degree in
education. Her fiance was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan and attends
the Detroit College of Law.
A June wedding is planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heit
of Blackstone Ave., announce
the engagement of their
daughter Naomi to Steven J.
Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Fink of Morton Ave.,
Oak Park.
Miss He- it attended Henry
Ford Community College.
Her fiance is majoring in
business management at
Oakland Community College.
A March wedding is
planned.

Some Instructions for Knitting
Helmets for Israeli Soldiers

Detroit women are being
encouraged to join their Is-
raeli sisters in knitting wool
helmets for servicemen sta-
tioned in the colder areas at
the front -- particularly Mt.
Hermon.
The hats, called "Balaclava
DOWNTOWN-FOX LODGE helmets," must be made of
will hold its annual feather wool, as synthetics are high-
party 8 p.m. Feb. 7 at Cong. ly flammable.
Dvora Marcia of Avery
B n a i Israel. Refreshments
Ave. translated a letter from
will be served.
Israel with the following in-
structions for knitting the
Grandson of Prophets
helmets:
We are perhaps the sons 1. Use 4-ply wool with No. 5
needles.
of dealers in old clothes, but
Colors: black, khaki, dark
we . are the grandsons of 2. brown
or green.
Prophets,—Chaim Weizmann 3. Ribbing of either K2P2 or
K1P1.
(1923).

4. Stitch guage: 10 sts. to the
inch. Knit garment loosely.
A. Cast on 90 sts. & work rib-
bing pattern for 9 inches.
B. Face opening: work 33 sts.,
cast off next 24 sts., con-
Unlit remaining 33 sts. Re-
turn row work 33 sts. in
pattern, cast on 24 sts. con-
tinue to end of row.
C. Work resumed 90 sts. for 5
more inches.
D. Back of head — decrease
every row: (a) 1st row work
32 sts., 3 sts. tog. work to
end of row. (b) 2nd row
knit first
sts. tog.; con-
tinue pattern then 3 sts.
tog. using previous decrease
stitch as middle of the de-
creased group. (c) Repeat
pattern of (b) on every row
until 50 sts. remain. (d)
Work same as before ex-
cept where K3 tog. now K4
tog. Continue until 5 sts.
remain. Cast off.
E. Sew seam for back leaving
2 inches free at the bottom
of neck opening.

Conscience

Conscience is, like charity,
a Semitic importation. Israel
introduced it into the world.
—Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu in
"Israel Among The Nations."

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Where Fashion Starts

ORCHARD MALL
Shopping Center
N. of Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield

NEW ORLEANS MALL BLOOMFIELD COMMONS
Maple and Lahser Rds.
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Ethnic Weekends
Begun by Institute

When booking any 1974
Simcha with us.

Airmail helmets to: Ha-
Offer ends January 31st, 1974
vaad Lemaan Hehayal, Tel
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Aviv, Israel. Israeli volun-
LET US COPY & RESTORE
International Institute will teers will convey the gifts to
YOUR TREASURED PHOTOGRAPHS
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Warren at Anthony Wayne
Dr. The series is planned as
a means of sharing the cul-
tural achievements and con-
tributions of Detroit's ethnic
groups with the rest of the
community.
Presented in cooperation
with WSU and the Ethnic
Village Knoll Shopping Center
Heritage Studies Center, the
institute has planned 16
Maple and Lahser
weekends of programs de-
voted to various ethnic
groups in the city. There is
a general admission charge.
Famous Brand Names
Programs include music,
dance, films, crafts, litera-
• Sportswear • Cruisewear
ture. art, general entertain-
• Gowns • Dresses
ment and luncheons and
• Accessories
dinners, for which there is a
charge. Each ethnic group
Sizes 6-18
will have its own bazaar ac-
companied by an interna-
tional bazaar.
Since 1946, the institute
has provided newcomers with
Coming Soon
such services as assistance
in immigration problems,
learning the English lan-
guage, counseling, seeking
employment, understanding
the new cultural environment
Sizes 5-13
and providing a center or
various activities.

High Fashion for Women!

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