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October 18, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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34—Friday, October 18, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Chub news

(Continued from Page 33)
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
have an art show and auction
9 p.m. Oct. 26 at Hillel Day
School. There will be a cham-
pagne preview at 8, an-
nounces Mrs. Sharon Klein,
chairman of t h e auction.
Laurence DuMouchelle will
be auctioneer. Auction com-
mittee members include:

Mesdames J a net Rosman,
Helaine Clayton, Dorothy Super-
stine, Ruth Plotnik, Ann Baruch,
Esther •erback, Blanch Brant,
Alice Ragins, Suzie Walters, Rosa-
lie Schwartz, Shirley Behar, Judy
Goldfaden, Eadie Garenrich, Ray
Nagel, Beverly Bennett, Eadie
Zeldes, Joyce Furman, Millie
Rosenbaum, Barbara Karr, Mau-
(•en Wayne, Ann Daubs, Estelle
Gelper, Bobbie Warsh, Jeanette
Solway and Lois Sandberg.

Author and biographer,
Robert St. John will speak on
"This Challenging World" 1
Artists wishing to contribute p.m. Monday at Temple Is-
may call Mrs. Superstine, rael, sponsored by the temple
851-1142. For - tickets, call sisterhood. The lecture will
Mrs. Rosman, 353-2509.
be preceded by a noon lunch-
eon. For reservations or in-
formation, call the temple,
UN 3-7769. Guests are in-
vited.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will attend a showing
of the Israeli film comedy
"Katz and Car-also" 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Berkley
Theater. Mrs. Benjamin
Brant, chairman, announces
that tickets are still availa-
ble. For tickets, call Mrs.
Brant, 543-2754, or the syna-
gogue office, 557-8210.
* * *
DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold its
annual membership tea noon
What should a Jewish mother
Tuesday at the home of Mrs._
do whose kids love to nosh
Milton Jacobs, 5220 West
Italian? Simple. Just whip
Bloomfield - L a k e, West
up a glorious pizza pie. So
Bloomfield. New members
easy, with the help of Chef
will be honored.
Boy-Ar-Dee Chef has put
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JEWISH HOME FOR
pizza flour mix, special
AGED WOMEN'S AUXILI-
sauce, zesty cheese, easy
ARY will hold its opening
directions. So in 20 minutes
meeting of the season 12:30
out of the oven will pop a
p.m. Monday at Borman
sizzling bubbly hot pizza to
Hall, -announces Mrs. Meyer
the chef's taste—and your
family's. (Better make two if
Silverman, president. M r s .
you want a taste.)
Dennis Kovan, program
chairman, will present the
Israeli Musical Ensemble
featuring Norma Goldenberg,
vocalist; Abraham Ben-
Ze'ev, accordianist and
Norma Keil, clarinetist. Re-
freshments will be served.
* * *
LADIES OF YESHIVAH
BETH YEHUDAH AND
WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold its 54th
annual donor luncheon noon
Oct. 30 at the yeshiva build-
ing._ Mrs. Norman Cottler is
the sponsor. Proceeds will go
to orphans here and in Israel.
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong.
Bnai Moshe, Eric • Rosenow
and humorist Max Sosin,
will present the program.

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Mrs. Zukin began h e r
career by singing and danc-
ing for charitable groups. She
was educated at Wayne State
University and Norman, Okla.
in physical education and
dance.
She is a member of the
Dance Masters Association,
and is writing a book on phys-
ical education.

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

Jewish News Publicity Policy

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Editorial Staff Appointments
Announced at The Jewish News

The Jewish News has ap-
pointed Alan Hitsky as news
editor, and Heidi Press as
assistant news editor, in edi-
torial staff changes.
The appointments were an-
nounced by Philip Slomovitz,

ALAN HITSKY

versity, and worked for a
brief time as business writer
at the 'Muskegon Chronicle.
He was also responsible for
coverage of Oakland County
government and the city of
Ferndale while a reporter in
1968-69 at the Royal Oak
Daily Tribune.
For the past five years he
was an information officer at
Wayne State University, and
served for the past 18 months
as a presidential appointee
to WSU's student newspaper
publiCations board.
Hitsky and his wife Debor-
ah have a 10-month old son,
and are members of Cong.
Bnai Moshe. -
Miss Press, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Press of Sel-
kirk Ave., - Southfield, is a
June 19'73 graduate of Wayne
State University. She earned
a BA degree in journalism
and English. At the univer-
sity she was associated with
Delta Phi Epsilon social
sorority.
Prior to coming to The Jew-
ish News in November 1972,
Miss Press was a free-lance
writer for The Birmingham
Eccentric.
She joined The Jewish
News staff as a junior in col-
lege.

Kalamazoo Bonds
Tribute Saturday

SINGER'S

Member Detroit Retail

Women's Health Club of
the Jewish Center announces
a testimonial luncheon to
honor Sylvia Zukin for her 15
years •as its director, noon
Oct. 26 at Paradiso Villa,
Troy.

Spirit." Mamie Lawson and
Doris Coleman will perform
Yiddish, Hebrew and Eng-
lish melodies. Mrs. George
Norman, membership vice
president is chairman of the
evening, and Mrs. Lawrence
Fox is program vice presi- NCJW Provides
dent. For reservations, call Hebrew U. Child Lab
Mrs. Robert Hacker, 353-5148,
NEW YORK—The National
or Mrs. Max Kruger, 273-
34t4. Dues may be paid at Council of Jewish Women
YOUR WEDDING
has approved a gift of $50,-
the door.
a
BAR MITZVA
000 to be used for building
* * *
and
equipping
a
"living
lab-
LAKE-HILLS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT will oratory" nursery school at
sponsor an art auction 8:30 Hebrew University in Jeru-
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WILL BE
p.m. Oct. 26 at Park West salem.
The
"living
laboratory"
Galleries, Southfield. A
champagne preview will be will be devoted to early child-
held at 7:30. Guests are wel- hood behavior patterns of
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
come, and tickets may be disadvantaged children in in-
teraction with their parents,
purchased at the door.
teachers and one another.
Observation of the develop-
ment of 3 and 4-year-olds will
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be possible through the spe-
cial equipment in the nur-
Complete Coverage,
Publicity items for The Jewish News, must be
sery, thus helping research-
typed, double spaced and in our hands by noon on
ers devise and try out new
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Monday preceding the Friday publication date. The
teaching methods.
Jewish News reserves the right to edit all copy and
refuse late copy. Early deadlines will be . announced
Fun Food Equipment Adds More Fun — More
at least two weeks in advance, and publicity chairmen
are advised to take note of them. Copy may be hand
People — and More PROFIT to Every Bazaar,
delivered or mailed; it is never taken by telephone.
Picnic, Party, Special Event, Grand Opening,
All copy must include the- time, date and place of an
event, whom to call for information, and all telephone :E l
or Other Celebration.
numbers and addresses must be aCtompanied by a
name. If information is missing the item will not be
published.

ISRAEL CHAPTER, PIO-
NEER WOMEN, will meet
12:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Vickie Leebove,
28907 Rockledge, Farmington.
Dr. Irving Edgar, past pres-
ident of the Jewish Historical
S o c i e ty of Michigan and
noted psychiatrist, will speak
on the history of the Jews in
Michigan. Ruth Pecherer,
president, invites guests. For
information, call Mrs.
Pecherer, EL 7-0240.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual
paid-up membership dinner
6 p.m. Oct. 28 at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Arthur Schuss-
ler, president, announces the
theme of the program will
be "A New Heart and A New

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editor and publisher of The
Jewish News.
Hitsky and Miss Press are
assisted by Daniel Pessel-
nick.
Hitsky is a 1967 journalism
graduate of Wayne State Uni-

Israel Consul General for
the Midwest, Shaul Ramati,
will be guest speaker at an
Israel Bond dinner honoring
James S. Gilmore Jr. 7 p.m.
Saturday at the Holiday Inn
West, Kalamazoo.
Emil Cohen will entertain.
For information, call Mrs.
Isadore Goldstein, 342-5728,
or write her at 2106 Helen,
Kalamazoo, 49002.

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