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April 19, 1974 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-19

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Optometrists
Spring Cleaning for Blue Boxes See Eye to Eye

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, April 19, 1974

by restoring and replanting,
in addition to rebuilding," he
said.
The whereabouts of any
"lost" boxes should be re-
ported to the Jewish National
Fund office at 968-0820, so
arrangements can be made
to clear them.
Shapiro said that organiz-
ations involved in the clear-
ance will include Women of
JNF, Young Women of JNF,
Hadassah, Northwest Child
Rescue, Pioneer Women and
the Fanhy Gluck and Sisters
of Zion chapters of Mizrachi.
Members of many youth or-
ganizations also will take
part.

The Jewish National Fund
again has begun rounding up
its little Blue and White
boxes.
The clearance, which be-
gan April 9, will continue
until May 12, said Sherman
Shapiro, Blue Box chairman.
He added that the campaign
also has been designed to
uncover and empty those ap-
parently "forgotten" JNF
boxes that have been lying
untended on windowsills and
shelves of area homes,
"The Blue and White boxes
are vitally needed to help
Israel in a most urgent time,

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Zedakah Club Sets Annual Donor

Zedakah Club will hold its
annual donor luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Raleigh
House, announces Mrs. Jack
'crass, president.
The club, which began 51
years ago by sewing layettes
for indigent mothers, has 150
m embers who help raise
funds for the needy aged.
Zedekah Club oversees 60
such cases and supplies its
clients with clothing, funds

and other items.
Among its other activities,
Zedakah Club gives gifts and
parties for the mentally ill.
It co-sponsors an annual
Passover party and distrib-
utes Passover items to pa-
tients.
M r s . Charles Himelhoch
will be commentator for the
luncheon's fashion show. For
tickets, call Mrs. Morris
Knopper, 559-7646.

Lahser Hills Has New Look in Staff ,

Conferring at a recent
meeting of the optometrists'
section of the professional
division of the 1974 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund are, from
left, Dr. Sheldon L. Powell,
section chairman, Dr. Paul
C. Feinberg, professional di-
vision vice chairman, and Dr.
Joseph Orent, section chair-
man. The three were among
the 40 optometrists who made
commitments to the 1974
AJC-IEF.

Synagogue Head
of Education Cited

Harry L. Jubas, director of
education and youth activi-
ties at Cong. Beth Abraham-
Hillel, was awarded_ a PhD
degree in secondary educa-
tion in the area of curriculum
and instruction at Michigan
State University. His diserta-
tion topic was: "The. Adjust-
ment Process of Americans
and Canadians in Israel and
Their Integration into Israeli
Society."
Dr. Jubas is on the staff
of Oak Park High School in
the department of foreign
languages, where he initiated
the teaching of modern He-
brew courses. A member of
the staff of the social studies
department, he has proposed
a new course, "Israel To-
day," which will be offered
this fall.
Dr. Jubas was invited to
speak at the Conference on
Applied International Educa-
tion which ends Sunday at
the Kellogg Center, Michigan
State University. The con-
ference is devoted to China,
Bangladesh and Israel, and
will focus on the people,
problems, personalities and
outer world relationships of
each country.
This conference is spon-
sored by the Institute of In-
ternational Education and the
Social Science Teaching In-
stitute of Michigan State
University.

Women to Start
Cancer Fund Drive

The co-owner of Detroit's
only kosher nursing home
under private auspices hopes
that a new team of adminis-
trators and staff will bring
a new look to Lahser Hills
Nursing Center.
Belle Eisenberg, partner in
the home with Asa Shapiro,
said the new administrator,
Jordan Fishman, has encour-
aged new ideas and policies,
in recent weeks, particularly
the introduction of trained
physical, occupational and
speech therapists. An activ-
ity director, Joyce VanDyke,
also has been hired.
Rabbi Moishe Gar din
serves as mashgiakh at the
nursing center, by arrange-
ment with the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis. He noted that
the home has plans to erect
a chapel for which space has
been set aside and lumber
purchased. The chaplain to
the nursing homes, Rabbi
Joshua Sperka, conducts
services at Lahser Hills
every Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Eisenberg said she
would welcome volunteers to
bring cheer to patients, many
of whom are forgotten by
their families. She said re-
freshments would be pro-
vided by the center for social
gatherings and invited visits
and suggestions by both or-

MRS. JACK KRASS

ganized groups and indivi-
duals.
There are currently 155
patients in the home, all but
about 40 of them. Jewish.
Although most are elderly,
there are five younger pa-
tients with such disabilities
as muscular dystrophy.

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Workmen's Circle and the
Labor Zionist Alliance will
present the fifth annual na-
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entertainers in a musical
revue "Hai—to Life" 8:15
p.m. Saturday at Oak Park
High School.
Among the performers will
be Ben Bonus, Minna Bern,
Yona Coral, Bernard Sauer
and Renee Solomon.
Tickets may be reserved
at the Workmen's Circle of-
fice, KE 5-5440, or the Labor
Zionist office, 851-1606, and
picked up at Borenstein's
Book Store or the Dexter-
Davison Market.

The Boston tea party was
April is Cancer Control
Month, and there will be planned in the back room of
11,000 volunteer women out the Boston Gazette.
in their neighborhoods dis-
tributing American Cancer
Society literature with the
seven warning signals of
cancer and other life-saving
information. Contributions
will benefit the society's pro-
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and patient service.
being
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chairman of the American
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crusade in Oak Park.
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