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September 06, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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Dentists to Hear Health Talk

Jewish Vocational Ser1;ice Booth
Tells Seniors of Workshop Plan

Dr. Robert J. Samp, physi- the University of Wiscons i n's
cian, teacher and lecturer at schools of medicine and edu-
cation, will be the guest
speaker at the annual memo-
rial program of the Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity 8
p.m. Thursday at Temple
Beth El.
Dr. Samp, who speaks on
health and 'human survival,
has strong interests in health
education and disease pre-
vention. He will speak on
"Survival of People in an
Uptight World."
A memorial tribute will
precede the lecture. The ser-
vice will include readings
and recitations. The evening,
for which there is a charge,
DR. ROBERT J. SAMP
is co-sponsored . by the De-
troit Alumni Chapter and the
Women of Alpha Omega.
Guests are invited.

Rhoda Raderman, supervisbr, center, and Rose Blake,
counselor, helped senior citizens such as this visitor to the
Michigan State Fair learn about a new program at the
Jewish Vocational Service-Community Workshop on Senior
Citizen's Day. Flyers describing the adult services program
were 'distributed. Bruce E. Thal is JVS-CW president, and
Julian Scott is chairman of the Arnold E. Frank Community
Workshop. The adult services program will serve 50 senior
citizens, age 60 or older, who live in Wayne County and
whose incomes are at or below the poverty level. The partici-
pants will be able to supplement their income and enjoy pro-
ductive work activity. Also offered - are sessions on home
management, referrals to other community resources and
recreational activities. Daily transportation to the com-
munity workshop will be provided along with assistance
from staff in obtaining • any social and medical service
necessary for the participants' well-being. For information
call the JVS, doWntown office, 833-8100.

HARRY THOMAS

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Men's Clubs

ADAT SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB is seeking new mem-
bers, according to Maurice
Rosender, vice president and
membership chairman. For
information, call Rosender,
682-0460.

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,Bnai Moshe Sets Youth Events

Cong. Bnai Moshe youth
groups will open the year
with an all-day picnic Sept.
15 at Oak Park Municipal
Park.
Kadima will have a hay-
ride and weenie roast for 7-8
graders meeting at the syna-
gogue 4 p.m. Sept. 22. For
reservations, call the Bnai
Moshe office, 548-9000, or
Dan Kaplan, 398-7422.

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Lahav Youth Plan
Holiday Services

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Bar Mitzvas
Confirmations

Beth Achim Senior Youth
Group, Lahav, United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold High
Holy Day services 10 a.m.
Sept. 17, 18 and 26 at .the
synagogue.
For information, call How-
ard Mitz, president, 548-0947,
or Jerry Friedman, religious
chairman, 968-4558.

Bat Mitzvas

Weddings

725 S. Adams Road, Next to South Adams Square Arcade
in Birmingham, Michigan
Phone 642-3860

announcing the opening of

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9 Mile and Southfield

• Dresses

• Pantsuits

• Formal Wear

• Sweaters

• Blouses

• Slacks

Mon.-Sat. 10-6

559-2710

Saturday morning groups
will begin this weekend, with
the junior congregation, ages
8-13, holding Sabbath services
10 a.m. in the board room.
Story hour will be divided
into two groups, ages 3-4
and 5-7, both meeting 10 a.m.
Saturday mornings in the
school.
Monte Schloss and Dan
Kaplan will direct the youth
groups. • Group advisers will
be: Senior United Synagogue
Youth, Monte Schloss and
Lea Stollman; Ka d i m a,
grades 7-8, Sharon Landau;
Halutzim, grades 5-6, Dan
Kaplan; • •Giborim, grades
3-4, Steve Kideckel; Rishon-
im, grades 1-2, Tobye Ship-
per, and general advisers,
Diane Goldring and Joel
Marwill.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV

LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Monday at the JWV
Memorial Home. A repre-
sentative from the National
Bank of Southfield will speak
on wills and trusts. Guests
are invited. For information,
call Mrs. Charles Hauptman,
president, 352-2696.
* * *
BLOCH It 0 S E AUXILI-
ARY will have a general
membership meeting 8:15
p.m. at the JWV headquart-
ers. The program for the
October meeting, the Hallo-
ween costume party and
service dates will be dig-
cussed. For information, or
to join,- call Francis Bloom,
543-5984, or the president,
Belle Letzer, 557-3372.
* * *-
SOLI YETZ-MORRIS CO-
HEN POST and AUXIL-
IARY, and LT. RAYMOND
A.ZUSSMAN POST and Aux-
ILIARY will hold a point
meeting 8:30 p.m., Monday
at the JWV Memorial Home.
Junior vice president Riva
Dryman has arranged - for a

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speaker from the National
Bank or Southfield. Refresh-
ments will be served and
guests are invited.

Young Adults Plan
Bowling League

Jewish Center Young
Adults age 18-30, will meet
12:30 p.m. Sundays at Ark
Lanes West, starting Sept. 15,
for mixed league bowling.
For information, call Judy
Housman, U9-7134, or Karen
Hoberman, 545-8259. There is
a charge.

Creative Party Planning

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"Let Us Entertain You"

YI Youth Group
to Have Events-

Young Israel of Greenfield
will open its year of youth
activities with a brunch 1
p.m. Sept. 22 at the congre-
gation.
Junior teens, grades 6-8,
will begin its season with an
oneg Shabat program 2:30
p.m. Sept. 28. The movie,
"Bedknobs and Broomsticks"
will be featured 1 p.m. Sept.
29 for youngsters, grades 3-5,
as well as the story hour
group, ages 3-7.
Story Hour will be held for
youngsters during regular
Sabbath services, 10 a.m.
Saturdays. For information
on youth events, contact
Hartley Harris, 968-3563.

Friday, Sept. 6; 1974-35

23908 W. 9 Mile (1st blk. E. of Telegraph)

355-0718

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