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January 25, 1974 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-25

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Trends in Family Medical Care
Kroquitzes Mark
60th Anniversary Topic of Women's League Event

news

AUTUMN HILLS CHAP-
ADAT SHALOM SISTER- Today—Vignettes and Vari-
TER, Women's American HOOD will have an oneg eties." Mrs. Milton Weiss is
ORT, will present an art Shabat 1:30 p.m. Saturday at chairman of the day. Guests
auction and exhibit 9 p.m. the synagogue. Mrs. Norman are invited, and refreshments
Feb. 2 at Gallery Art Center. Leemon, national vice presi- will be served.
There will be a champagne dent of Pioneer Women, will
preview at 8. Lithographs, speak on "Israeli Women
MISHKAN ISRAEL SIS-
watercolors and etchings will
TERHOOD will meet 8:30
be on display. Fred Gross-
p.m. Monday at the syna-
man will conduct the auction Katherine Graham
gogue. James T. Perry, Oak
for which there is an admis- to Get NCJW Award Park director of parks, rec-
sion charge.
NEW YORK—Mrs. Kathe- reation and forestry, will
rine Graham, publisher of the speak on "Oak Park — Na-
Washington Post, will be pre- tional Gold Medal Winner."
sented with the national Han- Refreshments will be served,
nah G. Solomon Award of the and the public is invited.
ve Everything to Us
* *
National Council of Jewish
Women Thursday at the clos-
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
ing luncheon of NCJW's bi- FIGHTERS will meet noon
ennial Joint Program Insti- Monday at the Raleigh
tute planned Monday-Thurs- House. The Detroit Panel of
day at the Shoreham-Ameri- American Women, composed
cant Hotel, Washignton, D.C. of black, Jewish, Catholic
The four-day institute will and white women, will share
include an address by Alan their personal experiences
Barth, former editorial writ- with prejudice and racism.
er for the Washington Post Guests are invited, and re-
and author of many books and freshments will be served.
articles on freedom of the
press.
BNAI DAVID SISTER-
Among the 400 NCJW lead- HOOD will meet 12:30 p.m.
ers at the Joint Program In- Monday at the synagogue.
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
stitute will be Detroiters Su- Refreshments will be served.
san Miller, Edwina Davis, A housewares demonstration
Barbara B e r g m a n, Amy will be presented. For infor-
Brown, Jessie Stern and Car- mation, call program vice
Phone
president Marilyn Markel,
ole Rossen.
557-3169.
• STYLE
*
*
God
save
the
fools,
and
• ELEGANCE
ACHIEZER will have its
don't
let
them
run
out,
for
• BEAUTY
if it weren't for them, wise monthly meeting 8:45 p.m.
WYN•HAROLD CATERING
Monday at the home of Mrs.
men couldn't get a living.
—Josh Billings. Abriham Schwartz, 25441
Gardner. Oak Park. Mrs.
Naomi Seigel, a representa-
tive of the Oakland County
Open Sunday 12-4
Health Department, will
speak.
*
*
BNAI ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will join PONTIAC
CHAPTER of Bnai Brith for
a meeting 8:30 p.m. Feb. 5
at the synagogue. Dr. Bruce
Boarn will speak on "Acu-
puncture." Husbands are in-
vited.

WHY WORRY ! I

THE HYMAN KROWITZES

HOME CATERING

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kro-
witz of Mark Twain Ave.
were honored by their chil-
dren on the occasion of their
60th wedding anniversary.
Their children include Ben
Krowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Krowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kravitz and Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Yaffe. Also attending
was Mr. Krowitz's brother
Leon. They have eight grand-
children and six g r e a t-
grandchildren.
The couple, who was mar-
ried in New York, were hon-
ored with trees planted in
their honor in Israel by their
families. They are members
of Turover Aid Society.

557-6157

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YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS SISTERHOOD will
have a theater party for
"Jaques Bret' is Alive and
Well and Living in Paris,"
8 p.m. Feb. 10 at Mercy Col-
lege. There is an admission
charge, and free parking will
be available. For informa-
tion, call Eva Hertz, 544-9222,
or Frances Trager,, 546-0543.

BETH EL SISTERHOOD
will have a paid-up luncheon
with games noon Monday at
the temple. Prizes will be
awarded. Baby-sitting serv-
ices are available by reserva-
tions, call Audrey Saperstein,
or Myrna Fischer, 647-7673.

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet noon Mon-
day at the synagogue. Mrs.
Faigel Berke of El Al Air-
lines will give an "Inside
View of the Jewish Com-
munities of Romania, Iran
and Israel." The public is
invited. Program vice presi-
dent is Mrs. Donald Davis.
Refreshments will -be served.

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will have a
luncheon meeting followed by
a games party noon Monday
at the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Guests are invited at
no charge.
. *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a
social meeting noon Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs.
Rose Kleinbard, 19330 Ken-
tucky. Guests are invited

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COOLIDGE at NINE MILE, OAK PARK

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"L'Hayim — To Your Good
Health" is the title of a pro-
gram to be presented at the
46th annual meeting of the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations 11:30 a.m. Feb.
11 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Three experts in medical
care will discuss trends in
the field. They are Jacques
Cousin, president of the new
Detroit Medical Center Corp.,
including Harper, Grace,
Hutzel and Children's hos-
pitals and Wayne State Uni-
versity's medical school; Dr.
Maurice Reizen, director of
the Michigan State Depart-
ment of Health; and Dr.
Louis Heideman, director of
adolescent ambulatory serv-
ice of Children's Hospital and
associate professor of pedi-
atr.ics at the WSU school of
medicine.
Mrs. George Rubin will be
moderator.
League President Mrs.
Jules Sanders said annual
awards will be given for the
best organizational displays.
Dessert luncheon will be
i.v
served.
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On the committee are:

Mesdames Leo Ordin, Norman
R. Sehakne, Morton Oppenheim,
Howard B. Appelraan, Charles
Kessler, Israel Weiner, Aaron
Shifman, Louis Redstone and
Sander Klein.

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