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January 17, 1975 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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3O—Friday, January 17, 1975 THE DETROIT JEWISH NL. 'S

Habonim Camp Tavor Seeks Campers

Habonim Camp • Tavor,
Three Rivers, offers an ex-
tensive camping program for
Habonim-Labor Zionist Youth
age 10-16.
The camp provides a pro-
gram which emphasizes mod-
ern Hebrew languages. Jew-
ish and Zionist values and a
knowledge of modern Israel.

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Sports, swimming, hikes, arts
and crafts, folk singing and
dancing are also included.
Habonim camping was
started more than forty years
ago to bring the Jewish child
a different kind of educational
experience in a camping
framework. Habonim Camp
TavOr is one of the seven
member camps of the Habon-
im Camping Association the
largest network of Jewish or-
ganizational camps in North
America.
For information,
contact
Ethel Silberg, 968-8726, or
write 15240 Kenwood, Oak
Park, 48237.

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UNITED ORDER TRUE
SISTERS, Inc. will have a
dinner board meeting Jan. 27
at the Michigan Inn and a
luncheon meeting Jan. 28 at
the Sutton Place Apts. club
house in honor of Mrs. Wil-
liam Donahue, national pres-
ident and Mrs. Stanley Fried-
man, first vice president,
both of New York. On Jan.
28 Mrs. Donahue and Mrs.
Friedman will speak, and
Dr. Jerome Horwitz will ac-
cept a gift from the lodge on
behalf of the Michigan Cancer
Foundation. President of the
lodge is Mrs. Stanley Baar,
and Mrs. Philip Pollak is vice
president. For information,
call Mrs. Baar. LI 5-1204.

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board meeting 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Franklin Pte.
Apts. club house. Mrs. Ron-
ald Cohen, president, will
welcome new board mem-
bers.

JUNIOR LEAGUE, North-
west Child Rescue Women,
will have a regular meeting
8 p.m. Thursday at the home
of Francine Gorenstein, 29590
Meadowlane Dr., Southfield.
A representative of the South-
field Fire Department will
speak on "Life Support Pro-
cedures and Treatment of
Common Household Emer-
gencies." For information,

Metropolitan Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah will present
its new Hadassah Fashion
Show 1 p.m. Feb. 4 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue as its eye
bank fund-raising affair.
This show will emphasize
strong design with tailoring
and hand-woven fabrics, to-
gether with hand-beading to
translate Oriental motifs in-
to modern designs. About 35
students of the Hadassah
Seligsberg-Brandeis Compre-
hensive High gchool in Jeru-
salem spent a full year to
make the designs, prepare
the fabrics and sew the cloth.
The fashion show will have
Mrs. Ruth Seligson as com-
mentator. Chapter president
is Mrs. Jerome Kaufman and
chairman of the day is Mrs.
Sidney J. Winer.
Members of the planning
committee are: Mesdames

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NEW YORK — Cong. Kol
Yisroel Chaverim, through
its community service com-
mission, has issued a kosher
recipe publication for tradi-
tional Jewish dishes which
have been prepared for mod-
ern tastes. They contain food
for Jewish festivals as well
as a special section for new
Israeli gourmet creations.
For a free copy of the
recipes, write Cong. Kol Yis-
roel Chaverim, P.O. Box 11,
Lawrence, N.Y. 11559. All re-
quests must be accompanied
by a stamped, self-addressed
envelope.

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JEWISH HOME FOR THE
AGED WOMEN'S AUXILI-
ARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Borman Hall,
announces Mrs. Meyer Sil-
verman, president. Mrs. San-
ford Laikin, program chair_
man, will present a musical
program with the 4th grade
students of Akiva Day School,
under the direction of Flor-
ence Schwartz. A tea will be
held prior to the meeting,
and friends are invited.
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MICHIGAN BRANCH,
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, will be
hosted by Shaarey Zedek
Sisterhood at a brunch 11:30
a.m. Monday at Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek. Mrs. Irving
Chaiken, president, will pre-
sent Mrs. Seymour Ungar,
spring conference chairman.
For reservations, call Mrs.
J. Davidorf, 588-8575, or Mrs.
S. Braunstein, 476-0524.

Merle Solway, vice president
of programing; Fred Garon,
Harold Y. Hoffman, Norman
Rosenfield, David Schurgin,
Bernard Stallman, Julius
Young and Ivan Meisner.

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call Mrs. Francine Gold, 352-
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ILIARY will hold a luncheon
meeting noon Tuesday at
Stouffer's Northland Inn.
Mrs. Samuel Freid, presi-
dent, will present Dr. Bruce
Dante, director of the Sui-
cide Prevention and Drug
Information Center. For res-
ervations, call Mrs. Robert
Blau, 399-9123, or Mrs. Floyd
Tukel, 352-0230.

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