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March 14, 1975 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-14

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mitoiffEwisit NEWS

111 'Friday2; Maith14; '1975

Volunteers Sought
to Assist Elderly

Volunteers are being
sought by the new Oak Park
senior citizens center lo-
cated in the Einstein School.
The center needs persons
to make telephone reassur-
ance calls, office, workers,
"friendly visitors" and driv-
ers. The center is initating
"knock knock" program de-
signed to seek out all home-
bound seniors unable to
avail themselves of the serv-
ice.
For information, call Mrs.
Molly Pitzak, center super-
visor, 541-2686.

Workmen's Circle
Schedules Social

Workmen's Circle will
have a social 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Workmen's
Circle Center.
The Israeli film, "Margo,"
will he shown, and refresh-
ments will he served. For
reservations, call Sonia Po-
powski, 557-3994, or Rena
Goldberg, 557-9468.

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$1.25 Million - Raised for Bonds
at Industrialist's Tribute Dinner

Nathan Fishman, center, saw $1,250,000 purchased in
Israel Bonds in his honor at an Israel Bond inaugurtil in
Miami on the occasion of the industrialist's 80th birth-
day. Sam Rothberg, world general chairman of the Is-
rael Bond Organization and guest speaker, spoke of the
severe internal economic crisis that grips Israel. Fish-
man was presented with the David Ben-Gurion Award
"for devoted leadership in the spirit of David Ben-Gur-
ion, founder of the Israel Bond program, in advancing
the development and strengthening the economy of Is-
rael." Shown with Fishman _are, from left: Edward C.
Levy, Daniel Laven, Fishman, Mrs. Fishman, Peter
Weisberg and Rothberg. Prime Minister's Club mem-
bers attending the Miami tribute included David Holtz-
man, president of the Prime Minister's Club; Laven,
. Levy, Norman Allen, Irwin I. Cohn, Felix Rosenzweig
and Weisberg. Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek also attended, Enrolling into the exclusive club in
Fishman's honor were Louis Berry, Paul Borman, Allen
Charlupski, Abraham J. Cutler, Henry Dorfman, Na-
than L. Fink, Edward I. Fleischman, Merrill Gordon, Ir-
win Green, Samuel Hamburger, Mrs. Samuel Ham-
burger, Samuel Hechtman, David B. Hermelin, Jay M.
Kogan, Joseph Krinsky, David Pollack, Nathan P. Ros,-
sen, Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, George D. Seyburn, Harry
Shallop, Harold Soble, Alvin B. Spector, Max Stollman,
Phillip Stollmanrand Bernard Weisberg._

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AND HIS ORCHESTRA
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MICHAEL KAPUT
Photography_

Weddings • Bar Mitzvos •

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Radomer Socie t y Israel Welfare
to Resume Work Fund Receives
Radomer Aid Society will Pinsker Aid

resume its activities after a
winter postponement with a
regular meeting 8 p.m.
tuesday at Workmen's Cir-
cle Center.
:Nate Wolok, president
and Helen Grennberg, vice
president, will name com-
mittees for the annual ban-,
q_uet. Refreshments and a
social hour, will follow.

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Nathan P. Rossen, left,
Detroit Jewish communal
leader, presented Maj.
Gen. Yaacov Peri, chair-
man of the Association for
Welfare of Soldiers in Is-
rael, with a. $1,000 check
from the Pinsker Progres-
sive Aid Society. Rossen
was in Israel to attend a
conference of members of
the Israel Bond Prime
Minister's Club.

Oak Park Chorus
Plans Program

The Oak Park Civic Cho-
- rus, under the direction of,
Charles Weiner, will enter-
tain Thursday evening at
Borman Hall. Highlighting
the program will be songs
from "Fiddler on the Roof,"
"Oliver" and "Music Man,"
as well as Yiddish and IS-
raeli music.

-Synagogue Begins
Fund for Jewish
Prison - Inmates

The Jewish inmates of the
state prison system of Mich-
igan may be without a seder
this Pesah. A private organ-
ization in Detroit which has
funded special food pack-
ages during Hanuka and.Pe-
sah, as well as a catered
seder for the prisoners, was
dissolved in September,
1974.
Temple Beth Israel iii
Jackson has agreed to over-
see a fund, to provide a
seder and other food pack-
ages, called the Jewish Pris-
oners' Fund. Rabbi Steven
A. Chester, Jewish Chaplain
for the State Prison System
and rabbi of Beth Israel, ,
will administer the fund.
Those wishing to make
donations may write Tem-
ple Beth Israel, 801 W.
Michigan, Jackson, Mich.,
49202.

.Drug, Alcohol
Abuse Focus
of Program

- The Michigan Lawyers'
Wives Association and the
State Bar Association will
present a drug and alcohol
abuse prevention program,
"Is Your Child Next," 8 p.m.
March 24 in the Madonna
College Auditorium, Li-
vonia.
Wayne County Probate
Court Judge Ira G. Kauf-
man will moderate a panel
consisting of Dr. J. Irwin
Nichols, Michigan director
of the Office of Substance
Abuse Services; Dr. Edward
Leibson, former executive
director of NARCO, Na-
tional Addiction Rehabilita-
tion Coordinating Organiza-
tion; Dr. -Ralph D.
Rabinovitch, director of
clinical research at Haw-
thorn Center; James F. Kip-
fer, executive director of the
Michigan Society for Mental
Health; Barbara Reid of
Therapeutic Day Care Clin-
ics; and Phyllis Tuttle, rep-
resentative of Ford Motor
Co.'s department on drug
and alcohol abuse preven-
tion.
Refreshments will be
served, and the community
is invited at no charge.

Allan Towers
Club eelebrates
Anniversary

Residents of Allan Tow-
ers will celebrate the fifth
anniversary of the Inde-
pendence Club 4 p.m. Sun-
day at the apartment build-
ing located at 1935 Chene.
Former residents are being
invited to help in the cele-
bration.

Miss Dorothy Knight,
vicepresident of the club,
will preside over the pro-
gram. Mrs. Mary Kastead,
of the Mayor's Senior Citi-
zens committee, will speak
on "The Richness of the Sen-
ior Citizens' Life Today."

A brief history of the
Club has been prepared by
Mrs. Constance King, and
the Talmadge Turner Cho-
rus will sing.

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Hebrew Teachers
Seminar Slated

Jewish Community Cen-
SOL YETZ-MORRIS ter will hold a special class
COHEN POST AND AUX- for teachers of the Hebrew
ILIARY will meet 9 p.m. Habet-Ushma, audio-visual
Monday at the JWV home. teaching method, 9 a.m.-
President Diana Joffe an- 4:15 p.m. March 30-April 1
nounces that plans for the at the 10 Mile branch.
annual Passover seder to .be Course fee includes text-
held at the Veterans Hospi
books.
tal in Battle Creek are being
completed. Anyone wishing
The seminar will be
to assist in servicing or- taught by Shula Fleisher
preparing food may call the and will take place during
chairman, Yetta Glass, KE ' Chol Hamoed Pesah to ena-
5-4133.
ble those who would norc-
* * *
mally teach to attend.
BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
For information, contal-
IARY will have a party for
the girls in the Wayne the Center Hebrew Depart,
County Youth Home 2 p.m. ment, 545-8780.
March 22. There will be
bingo, prizes, refreshments
PERSONAL
and a gift for each girl. Vol-
unteers are needed. For in-
INCOME TAX
formation, call Miriam
preparation
Lawrence, UN 2-1467 after 5
pick up and delivery
p.m., or the JWV office,
— prompt service
559-5680.
356-5604

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