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March 08, 1974 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omens Club activities

BETH SHALOM SISTER- Covensky, professor of his-
HOOD will hear Dr. Milton tory at Wayne State Univer-
sity, 10:30 a.m. Monday at
the synagogue. Registration
for Education Day will be
held at 10 a.m., and luncheon
will be served at noon. The
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afternoon panel will include
1rkr ,
Rabbis Max Weine and David
Nr
SAVE! SAVE!
A. Nelson and Julius Har-
wood, past president of the
BUY DIRECT
synagogue. There is a
FROM THE
charge. For reservations, call
IMPORTER
Sophie Pearlstein, 352-0483,
or the synagogue office, LI
SEYMOUR.
7-7970.
• *•*
KAPLAN-
BNAI MOSHE SISTER-
arid. Co_
HOOD will hear Rabbi Gil-
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
bert Kollin of Cong. Bnai
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Israel, Flint, discuss "The
30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
Rights and Rites of Women"
645-9200
at a meeting noon Monday
at the synagogue. A gradu-
ate of the Jewish Theological
Seminary and chaplain major

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• 41-

With Spring Coming,
now's the time for that
new look.
Call for an appt. Evenigs too!
till 6:30 p.m. Mon., Thurs., Fri.

352-7077

28821 Southfield Rd.

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Latlirup Village

in the Air Force Reserve,
Rabbi Kollin was chaplain-
general of the World Boy
Scout Jamboree in 1967 and
1969 and is former national
president of the Student
Zionist Organization.

* * *

24th Art and Artisans Fair to Bring
100 Craftsmen to Temple Israel

baum, associate professor of
management and organiza-
tion sciences in Wayne State
University's school of busi-
ness administration. Panelists
include Dennis Wholey, TV
personality; Dr. Louis Klein,
consulting psychologist; Mari-
lyn Shore, stockbroker; and
Barbara Klarman, lawyer.
Refreshments will be served,
and the public is invited. Mrs.
Harvey Nussbaum is pro-
gram vice president.

SPRING ARBOR CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will have an art auction
9 p.m. Saturday at Hillel
Day School. There will be a
champagne preview at 8.
* * *
Proceeds will benefit the
JEWISH WOMEN EURO-
ORT School • of Engineering
PEAN WELFARE ORGANI-
in Israel.
*
ZATION will meet noon
CLUB' ONE, Pioneer Wom- Monday at the home of Shir-
en, will have a Purim lunch- ley Diem, 20192 Ward. Plans
eon noon Tuesday, at the for the spring luncheon will
be discussed. Refreshments
Charterhouse Apts. c 1 u
room. Celia Feigenson, spon- will be served.
sor of the luncheon, invites
KINNERET CHAPTER,
guests. Freida Leemon, Pio-
neer Women national vice Pioneer Women, will have a
president of Moetzet Hapoa- Purim celebration noon Mon-
lot, will discuss social serv- day at the Lincoln Towers
ices in Israel. For informa- Apts. community room. Ber-
tion, call Chana Michlin, that Glazer will read Purim
stories by Sholom Aleihem.
399-6839.
* * *
Refreshments will be served,
ADAT SHALOM SISTER- and guests are invited.
* * *
HOOD will have a panel dis-
AESCULAPIAN
PHARMA-
cussion on the changing role
of women 8 p.m. Wednesday CEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
at the synagogue. Moderator AUXILIARY will meet noon
will be Dr. Harvey Nuss- Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Michael Wainer, 27156
Fairfax, Southfield. A petite
luncheon will be served.
* * *
UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS WOMAN'S AUXI-
LIARY will host Cantor Louis
Klein of Cong. Bnai Moshe,
accompanied by Doreen
Raskin and the Sisterhood
Choral Group, in a program
celebrating Jewish Music
Month 12:15 p.m. March 27
at the United Hebrew Schools
main building. The auxiliary
provides scholarships for
UHS students.

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PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will meet 8

p.m. Monday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
husbands are invited.
* * *

CHILDREN UNLIMITED
will tour the Cranbrook

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Academy of Art's galleries
1:15 p.m. Wednesday. Mem-
bers are asked to meet for
brunch at 11:30 at the Egg
and I Restaurant on Wood-
ward Ave. near 13 Mile Rd.
where a car pool will be or-
ganized. Friends are invited.
For information, call Libby
Yarows, 968-4169, or -Mary
Blitz, 968-5969.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. club room. The
hostesses will be Mesdames
Ruth Levin and Helen
Schneider.
(Continued on Page 34)

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REDMOND-CANVASSER:
Judy Canvasser and Michael
Redmond were married in a
recent ceremony at Kingsley
Inn. The new Mrs. Redmond
is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Canvasser of
Cambridge Ave., Pleasant
Ridge. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Redmond of grand
Rapids.

Friday, March 8, 1974-33

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will have its single fund:rais-
ing of the year, the 24th an-
nual Art and Artisans Fair
'74, March 24-26 at the tem-
ple.
Among the guests will be
fashion writer Marji Kunz
who will speak 11 a.m. March
25, and WXYZ-TV newscaster
Bill Bonds, who will speak
11 a.m. March 26.
Tickets are on sale at Tem-
ple Israel and may be pur-
chased at the door. For in-
formation, call ticket co-
chairman, Mrs. Allen Smaitz,
352-2252, Mrs. Jack Kopnick,
548.2892, or the temple, UN
3-7769.
Hours are noon-9 p.m.
March 24; and 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
March 25 and 26.
More than 100 Michigan
artists and craftsmen will ex-
hibit a variety of art works
and craft items.
Fair planners include Mes-
dames Norman Ross, sister-
hood president; Mrs. David
Zeff, chairman of the fair
and vice president of ways
and ,means; Milford Singer
and David Lipschutz, art de-
partment co-chairmen; Sol
Luft, artisan chairman; Allan
Fox, publicity; Arthur Asher
and Marshall Madison,
Greenery; Paul Begun and
Samuel Lappin, decorations;
Harold Weingart, champagne
preview chairman; and Har-
ry Moss, Michael Blume and
Sidney Newman, gift shop.

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Temple Israel Sisterhood
has a tutorial program in the
public schools, a Braille pro-
ject, a program to help dis-
turbed adolescents, and vol-
unteers its services for the
"Meals on Wheels" program.

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