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March 26, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-26

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38 Friday, March 26, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A transgressor cannot
plead to have been only a
messenger.
—The Talmud

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Pioneer Women — Bonds Event Speaker to Be Eleazar Lipsky

Eleazar Lipsky, attorney,
novelist and playwright,
will speak at the annual Pi-
oneer Women-Israel Bond
Tribute Luncheon April 8 at
the Town and Country Club
in Southfield.
Mrs. Ralph Miller, Pi-
oneer Women Council presi-
dent, made the announce-
ment.
The event will honor Mrs.
Alice Ross of Southfield,
designated as Pioneer Wom-
en's "Woman of the Year."
Mrs. Ross will receive the
David Ben-Gurion Award
from the State of Israel
Bond Organization "for
service to Israel, her organi-
zation and her community."
Lipsky has successfully
combined an outstanding
career as lawyer and author
with service in, many Jewish
causes. He is former presi-
dent and now chairman of
the board of directors of the

oneer Women's Council and
is currently the American
Affairs chairman of- the
National Board of Pioneer
Women.
Mrs. Samuel Isaacs of
Southfield is the Israel
Bond chairman for Pioneer

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ELEAZAR LIPSKY

Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
In addition to honoring
Mrs. Ross, the luncheon will
also salute the silver anni-
versary of State of Israel
Bonds and the golden anni-
versary of Pioneer Women.
The honoree is an imme-
diate past president of Pi-

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The Council also reported
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Sam Jaffee ,'and Mrs. Alex (Bessie) Kalish hold a
certificate attesting to the planting of a garden of 100
trees planted through Jewish National Fund by resi-
dents of the Jewish Home for Aged. This activity was
part of a group effort to mark Tu b'Shevat. A life-size
papier mache tree, was fashioned and was placed in the
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For reservations, call Is-
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