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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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YOUR WEDDING
BAR MITZVA

ctivities

WILL BE

cooking demonstration given
by Detroit Edison 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home • of An-
na •Warszawski, 21741 Whit-
more, Oak Park. For infor-
mation, contact Eileen Gold-
hoff, .968-5436 or Bonnie
Freeman, 354-6084.

Congratulations

SYCINZY

C ortyratufation3

social meeting noon Wednes-
day at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club house. Plans for
the Hanuka luncheon will be
discussed. Guests are • in-
vited.
* * *
AESCULAPIAN PHARMA-
CEUTICAL) ASSOCIATION
LADIES AUXILIARY will
meet noon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Charles. Ten-
nen, 25070 E. Rue Versailles,
Oak Park. A petite luncheon
will be served.

meeting noon Tuesday at the
Charterhouse Apts, c 1 u b
room. Proceeds will go to
the Child Rescue Fund and
social services activities in
Israel. Guests are weladne.
For information, call Mrs.
Michael Michlin, • 968-5351:
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
noon Monday at the Knob-in-
pie-Woods Apts.--elub -house.
* * *
NSHEI CHABAD STUDY
GROUP, (10 Mile area), will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the
if:IiiiME §?. .g.e§:Mii iMiiiie:. :.:?:Mie::In:.:. : :En i i :i :i
of Mrs. Alex Ungar,
. : . . . . home
13350 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
.,.
.
,
:
:
Early •.
* * *
:.:.:.
NSHEI
CHABAD
.:.:.:
Deadline !.!! .: { „ GROUP, (Nine Mile STUDY
area)
:.::.
:1:1:
Because the Thanks- ii.!: § will meet 3 p.m. Saturday at
giving holiday falls on . :: the home of Mrs. Ron Her-
a Thursday, The Jew-
man, Z1820 Kipling, Oak
ish News will have to4iiii Park. The guest speaker will
'a
be Rabbi Betzalel Gottlieb.
55:: go to press one day
* * *
liiii earlier.. Therefore, the
deadline for the Nov.
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio-
29 issue will be noon
neer Women, will meet noon
Friday, Nov. 22. All
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
0 copy must be in our
Ida Greenbain, 15937 George
hands—either, by mail
Washington, Southfield. Mem-
or hand- delivery—by :::: bers are asked to bring items
the noon deadline or it
for the sale Nov. 19 'at the
will be too late for iilil Country Court Apts. club
publication. Late copy Illii house. A luncheon, for which
N.:: there is a charge, will be
:: will be held for an- ::::::
:.::::
' other week if it is still :.!1:,;:. served.
: : :

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timely.

CONG. YOUNG ISRAEL
OF GREENFIELD SISTER-
SPRING ARBOR CHAP- HOOD will hOld its annual
TER, Women's , American membership tea 8:30 p.m.
ORT, will have a bingo par- Wednesday at the home of
ty 8 . p.m. Saturday at the Mrs. Seymour Rabinowitz,
Hillel Day School. There will 15935 Harden Circle, South-
be prizes and refreshments. field. Mrs. Milton Schloss
ProceedS will to mainten- will speak on "The Art of
ance of ORT schools overseas. Needlepoint." Mrs. S. Lober-
For information, call Mrs. man is president.
* * *
Stuart Stone. 557-0987, or
LIVONIA JEWISH CON-
Mrs. Mark Michelson, , 357-
GREGATION SISTERHOOD
1831. • -
will hold -a paid-up member-
lc' * *
ship supper 7 p.m. Monday,
DEGANIA CHAPTER, Pi- at the synagogue. A skit will
oneer . Women, will hold a be performed by sisterhood
bingo party 8 -p.m. Wednes- members. Dues will be col-
day at the Labor Zionist In- lected at the door.
stitute. Judy Weinstein, co-
ordinator of - the event and
Rosalyn Stern, assiStant, in-
cX:;\ c
vite guests. There - is a
charge.
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to our children on their

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RUTH and SAM LETVIN
MOLLIE and DAVE PENNER
SHARI and ANDREW WEISS
RUTH and JULIUS CHUPACK

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will have an oneg
Shabat luncheon and pro-
gram 12:30 p.m. Saturday
following services at the syn-
agogue. "To Tell the Truth"
will be presented by mem-
bers. Cantor Simon Bermanis
will lead in community sing-
ing. There is a nominal
charge for the luncheon
which :must be paid in ad-
vance. Mrs. Donald Davis
and Mrs. Lawrence Fox are
Jewish Family Living chair-
men. Mrs. Arthur Schussler,
president, invites friends.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Wom-
en, will meet 11:30 a.m. Wed-
nesday at the Charterhouse
Apts. club room. Brunch will
be served. Hostesses Anna
Berg and Lillian Levine in-
vite guests.

BETH MOSES SISTER-
HOOD will have its paid-up
membership dinner Nov. 20
at the synagogue. Persons
who have not paid their dues
may do so by calling Pearl
Miller, financial secretary,
BR, 2-0342.
*
" MASSADA CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Dellis Harwith,
25535 Greenfield, Southfield.
A luncheon will be served.

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Survivor Sought

The Jewish News has re-
ceived a request to aid-in lo-
cating a concentration camp
survivor believed to be liv-
ing in the Detroit area.
Fanny Shwartz, formerly
of Romania and now in Is-
rael, is seeking a friend,
Klara Grunfeld (daughter of
Alexandru) whose destina-
tion upon leaving the concen-
tration camp was the home
of der uncle, Adolf Fox,
whose last known address is
7308 or 4308 Leslie.
Persons with information
on the wherabouts of Miss
Grunfeld are asked to write
Mrs: Jay M. Wolens, 6968
Forest Glade Cir., Dallas,
Texas, 75230, who will for-
ward the information to Fan-
ny Shwartz.

Jean Nate

`SPRAY of NATE'

$3.60

No Limit w/coupon

Hair Blowers

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JNF Women
to Host Rabbi

WINCHESTER ORT SIN- will have its third annual
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Worn-
GLES CHAPTER will hold a bingo party 8 p.m. Tuesday neer Women, will hold a en, will have a luncheon

at Cong., Beth-Abraham Hil-
lel. Tickets will he available
at the door.
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
* *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at the
AND ASSOCIATES
Raleigh House. Luncheon will
* * *
be served. Tickets for the
Complete Coverage
JUNIOR LEAGUE, North- .Glamorama luncheon on Dec.
KE 1-8196 /41.•.11111.11 West Child Rescue Women, 4 will be available. The fall
rummage sale will be held
starting 10 a.m. Thursday
and 9 a.m. Nov. 15 at the
City of Hope office>, 10760 W.
Nine Mile, Oak Park. Used
clothing or household articles
in good condition are needed.
For information, call Mrs.
upon earning your
Sam Schwartz, 546-3686.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah,
(Charter Life Underwriter)
will meet 2 p.m. Sunday at
Hadassah House. Mrs. Albert
• L 0 V 3
The Gartenberg Girls
Rosenblum will review "To
Remember, To Forget," by
Elissa, Randi, Susan
Dahn Ben Amotz. Mrs. Ger-
aldine Black is president,
and Mrs. Asher Buchhalter
is program chairman.for the
day. A social hour will fol-
low, and guests are invited.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov. 8, 1974-33



ALBUM
FINER
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Open Daily 9 to 5 Closed Sundays

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Whenever 10 Jews are
found they are . duty-bound to
organize a synagogue. More-
over, whoever lives in a
place where there is a syna-
gogue and fails to join it is
not a good neighbor.
—Talmud

Dr. Solomon Poupko, rabbi
of Cong. Bnai David, will be
guest speaker at the annual
Jewish National Fund Wom-
en's donor kickoff luncheon
meeting to be herd at noon
Nov. 19 at Temple Emanu-
El.
`According to JNF Worn-
en's president, Mrs. Jules
Kraft, members will be in-
formed of the establishment
of a recreation and relaxa-
tion site, benefitting t'he in-
habitants of Kiryat'Shemona
and adjacent areas.
Dr. Poupko will speak on
"Israel Against The gods,"
according to Mrs. Louis
Levine, program chairman.
Members are asked to
bring their blue boxes in for
clearance.

Sisterhoods Plan
Parley, Ritual Vote

_ NEW YORK — Delegates
representing 810 _sisterhoods
affiliated with Conservative
Judaism in the United States
and four other countries will
meet for a biennial conven-
tion Nov. 17-21 in Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y.
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Simha Dinitz,
will speak on the Mideast
situation.
The delegates also will
discuss and vote on the ex-
panded role of women during
prayer services in the syna-
gogue. The policy-making
vote follows one - year after
the'ruling by the Committee
on Jewish Law and Standards
of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America, allowing women
to be- counted- in the minyan
when approved by the rabbi
of the synagogue.

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