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February 13, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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Physicians Plan Dinner

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LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN
will have a meeting for
chairmen 11 a.m. Sunday at
the Jewish War Veterans
headquarters. The Feb. 24
Brotherhood Tea will be dis-
cussed. Chairperson of the
tea is Dolores Greenspan.
Assisting her are Corrine
Oppenheim, program; Bar-
bara Weiskopf, hospitality;
and Adele Lipson (398-4258)
and Dorothy Cohen

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

Bar Mitzvahs, Wed-
dings,
Sweet Sixteens etc.

CANDY CENTERPIECES
Invitations .and
Accessories

Party Favors

MARCIA MASSERMAN
646-6138

(547-0780), reservations. For
information or to volunteer
for a committee, call the
JWV office, 559-5680.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet 9
p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. The post and auxil-
iary will host the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital Sunday
Chapel Hour 9 a.m. Sunday.
Refreshments will be
served. To assist, call Yetta
Glass, chairman, 535-4133.

The man who is diligent
in his work may stand be-
fore kings. (Proverbs 22.)

Th,
ISRAELI
ENSEMBLE

Music for All Occasions

541-6254

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Sentry to Sponsor Diabetic Prograrn

Sentry Drug Stores will
sponsor an educational pro-
gram on diabetes 4-6 p.m.
Tuesday at its 12 Mile and
Evergreen store.

A representative of the
South Oakland County unit
of the American Diabetes
Association will provide in-
formation on activities of
the group, and a representa-
tive of a major supplier of
diabetic needs will discuss
diet, care and use of sup-
plies, and answer questions.

There are presently be-
tween 8 to 12 million diabet-
ics in the United States and
it is projected that by 1980
one out of every five Ameri-
cans will have the disease.
Diabetes is now the third
leading cause of death in the
U.S.

ERIC
ROSENOW

and His Continentals
Israeli author Amos Elon in two speaking appear-
ances for the 1976 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emer-
featuring
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OPENING SOON
gency Fund last week was so eloquent on Israel's behalf
the finest
that pledges at both meetings increased by 20 percent
Music
over last year's giving, according to 1976 AJC-IEF
and
Cradle to College
chairmen Dr. Leon Fill and Merle Harris. Elon spoke at
01.1
Entertainment
a Women's Division dessert meeting at the Birmingham
EVERGREEN PLAZA
398-3664
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stollman. At a dinner at
12 Mile & Evergreen
the new Jewish Community Center, 170 dentists and
wives heard Elon's analysis of the state of world Jewry
and of Israel. Shown with Elon are, from left: Drs. Rich-
ard D. Williams and Joseph M. Jacobson, Dentists Sec-
tion co-chairmen; Elon; Dentists Section chairman Dr.
by Buz Holzman
Murray A. Shekteir; co-chairmen Drs. Ellsworth Levine
STUDIO
and Eli V. Berger.
13721 W. 11 Mile Rd.
547-7054
Physicians who contrib-
CANDIDS • PORTRAITS • MOVIES
ute to the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund will be guests,
with their wives, at a dinner
6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
new Jewish Community
Center, according to the
three men heading the Cam-
paign's two PhysicianS Sec-
tions.
Dr. Harris W. Mainster
and Seymour S. Weiner are
chairmen of the Osteopathic
Our Annual
Physicians Section, and Dr.
Jules Altman is chairman of
Clearance
the Medical Physicians Sec-
tion. Nearly 1,000 doctors
Sale Is Now
are Campaign contributors.
GERDA KLEIN
Rabbi Henry Sobel, spir-
In Progress
Donna Slatkin is chair-
itual leader of the 12,000
Jews who live in Sao Paulo, man of the Women's Divi-
Brazil, will be the meeting's sion's $100 First Time Sec-
tion, and Deborah Altman
speaker.
and Delores Farber are
Osteopathic Physicians
Section co-chairmen are chairmen of $100 Section A
and $100 Section B, re-
Drs. Arnold H. Aaron,
spectively.
Robert Moretsky, Saul M.
Associate chairmen for
Shapiro and Arthur C. Un-
the meeting are Sharon
gerleider.
The Medical Physicians Hart and Thelma Schurgin.
Advisers are Janice Katz-
Section co-chairmen are
man and Mildred Weiss.
Drs. Edward L. Klarman,
Linda Gershenson and Judy
James E. Labes, Earl J.
Rudner and Marvin D. Sie- Frankel are briefing chair-
man for the $100 Sections.
gel.
Vice chairmen are Mari-
Dr. Paul C. Feinberg and
lyn Attenson, Gladys Barr,
Milton H. Goldrath are
Rose Berman, Phyllis Cohn,
chairman of the Profes-
Cynthia Daitch, Peggy
sional Division. Vice chair-
INC
Daitch, Barbara Eisenberg,
men are Dr. Conrad L.
Ethel Frank, Pola Fried-
Giles, Dr. Milton K. Miller,
man, Joan Joshowitz, June
Walter S. Nussbaum, Dr.
Designers of Fine Furs
OF HARVARD ROW
Kamill, Marilyn Katz,
Sidney 0. Siegan, Harry L.
HARVARD
ROW MALL
Diane Klein, Linda Lee,
Silverman and Isadore Sil-
Road, Southfield
Berta
Meyerson,
Hannah
21742
W.
11
Mile
verman.
Pokempner, Helen Shevin
For reservations and in-
358-0850
and Merle Solway.
formation, call Muni Mark,
965-3939.
4z.
At the same time Gerda
HEADQUARTERS
FOR
Weissman Klein, a con-
centration camp survivor
who married her Ameri-
can rescuer, will be the
speaker at the Women's
Division $100 meeting for
the 1976 Allied Jewish
• Ballet
Campaign-Israel Emer-
Shoes
gency Fund.
• Tap
The meeting, to which all
Shoes
first time contributors of
• Toe
$100 and all previous contri-
Shoes
butors at that level are in-
• Leotards
vited, will be held at 12:30
• Tights
p.m. on Wednesday in the
Aaron DeRoy Studio
Theatre of the new Jewish
Community Center.
Mrs. Klein is the author
FARMINGTON RD. AT 12 MILE RD.
of "All But My Life," a book
GR 6-3401
KENDALLWOOD CENTER
which recounts her life dur-
ing World, War II.

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