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April 23, 1976 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

information, call the presi-
dent, Belle Letzer, 557-3372,
or the JWV office, 559-5680.
* *
LT. ROY F. GREEN
AUXILIARY will meet
May 1 in the MCL Cafeteria,
Tel-12 Mall. Luncheon will
be served, and an election
will take place. Poppies will
be distributed by the chair-
man, Mamie Simrod. There
will be a surprise program.
For reservations, call the
president, Ruth Weiss,
544-3744.

BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the JWV head-
quarters. There will be an
election, followed by a pro-
gram. Refreshments and
social hour will follow. For

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LADIES DEPART-
MENT OF MICHIGAN
will meet 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day at the JWV headquart-
ers. The slate of nominees
will be presented and plans
for the convention dis-
cussed. Poppies will be dis-
tributed. Refreshments and
social hour to follow. For in-
formation, call the JWV of-
fice, 559-5680. The ladies
department past presidents
elected Luba Lupiloff,
chairman. Other officers
are Sarah Neuron, secre-
tary-treasurer; and Faye
Katz, sunshine and visita-
tion chairman. Arrange-
ments for the leadership
seminar have been com-
pleted. For information, call
Dorothy Goldberg,
548-6850.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN LADIES AUXIL-
IARY recently elected Reva
Dryman president. Other
officers are: Senior Vice
President, Ann Rubin; Jun-
ior Vice President, Frances
Cohen; Treasurer, Ruth
Levin; Patriotic Instruc-
tress, Raye Weimer; Histo-
rian, Mary Shulman; Chap-
lain, Diana Joffe;
Conductress, Anne Faber;
Guard, Celia Yetz.

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Bnai Brith
Activities

AHAVA CHAPTER will
hold its next general meet-
ing 8 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Debi Weisberg,
21861 Harding; Oak Park.
Kendra Tobes- of CASE
(Child Abuse Service and
Education) will speak on
"Problems of Child Abuse."
Single women age 18-35 are
invited. Refreshments will
be served. For information,
call Ms. Weisberg, 968-3582,
or Sue Manhoff, chapter
president, 557-9059.
* * *
DOWNTOWN-FOX
LODGE will have a cabaret
night 8 p.m. Thursday at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. There will
be refreshments; entertain-
ment and prizes. There is a
nominal charge.

* * *

DETROIT BUSINESS
'AND PROFESSIONAL
CHAPTER will have its
general meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the Northgate
Apts. club house (new
place). Ken Jacobs of the
Hillel Foundation at Wayne
State University will speak.
Guests. are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.

Moadon Ivri
to Hear Lecture

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
culture club, will - meet 3:30
p.m. Sunday in the Jewish
Community Center's 10
Mile branch.
Meyer Lipman will speak
in Hebrew on "The Jewish
Underground Movement
During the Nazi Period."

Be not hasty to answer;
first consider the words as
to the subject in question.
—Derech Eretz 3.

April 23, 1976 35 '

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O OPEN
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Rabin Says Search for Peace
Is Israel's Supreme Priority

JERUSALEM (JTA) — the welfare of all of us and
"The search for peace" was not least to our brethren in
described by Premier Yit- countries where freedom is
zhak Rabin as "The Su- denied them — The rem-
preme Priority" among the nants of communities in
"Five major challenges" Arab countries where they
which "together hold the are held hostages and the
key" to the "collective wel- great Jewish community of
fare" of Israel and world the Soviet. Union."
The premier's message
Jewry on the 28th anniver-
sary of independence of the also paid tribute to Israel's
"sons and daughters who
state of Israel.
The anniversary will be sacrificed all that we might
celebrate this day — those
celebrated in Israel May 9.
who fell in the struggle for
Rabin listed the other
our freedom and in the sub-
challenges:
• The strengthening of sequent battles to protect it.
Their legacy is precious and
Israel's defensive capacity;
• The further consolida- it imposes upon us the com-
tion of Israel's economic in- mon obligation to build a
better, more beautiful and a
frastructure;
stronger Israel."
• The closing of the social
gap in Israel and
• To further strengthen
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Dr. Ninfa Springer, direc-
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chair the discussion. Re-
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