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March 18, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-18

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28 Friday, March 18, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW CADILLAC? Aged Plant Garden in Israel

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for an Ongoing JNF Project

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PIONEER WOMEN
SPECIAL TOUR TO ISRAEL

WATCH REPARING
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IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE
ON PREMISES
LARGEST STOCK OF WATCH BANDS 1 °

May 12-26, 1977
Reservations for this exciting tour
now being taken
Call Chana Michlin 968-5351 or 851-0750

Many Other Tours Available
For Brochure or Information

Alfred H. Bounin, left, and Samuel Jaffee, hold a
certificate attesting to the planting of a garden of 100
trees in Israel through the Jewish National Fund by
residents of the Jewish Home for Aged. This activity was
part of a group effort to mark Tu b'Shevat.

...Ida Am'
MaSeistor

The 300 residents of the 80s and 90s gave their
Jewish Home for Aged's spending money.
two facilities — Borman
Charles Wolfe is execu-
Hall in Detroit and Pre- tive director of the JHA
ntis Manor in Southfield and Cheryl Riskin the ac -
— are planting a garden tivities director.
of 100 trees in Israel
through Jewish National
Fund, as part of a group Midrasha Slates
activity to mark Tu Yiddish Lecture
b'Shevat.
Dr. Mordkhe Schaech-
The tree planting will ter, lecturer in Yiddish at
be an on-going project. Colombia University and
Since the residents sur- assistant professor at
passed their goal of 100 Jewish Teachers'
trees, they now have a Seminary-Herzliya, N.Y.,
nucleus for the next proj- will be the third and final
ect, which will be to plant lecturer -in the Mina and
a garden in observance of Theodore Bargman
Tisha b'Av.
Memorial Lectures at the
A life-size papier mache Midrasha-College of
tree was fashioned. and Jewish Studies, 8:15 p.m.
placed in the lobby of Thursday.
Borman Hall. Each time a
Dr. Schaechter will
tree was purchased, a leaf speak on "Yiddish: A
was added. Some of the Language Trans-
residents who are in their planted." Dr. Schaechter
has also recently com-
piled an English-Yiddish
glossary of food terms.

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The 92nd annual
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of Pythias, Detroit Lodge
No. 55, will be held March
26 at Shenandoah Coun-
try Club.
Herman Osnos, newly
elected chancellor corn 7
mander, and his officerS
for 1977 will be honored.
Louis Feldman is vice
chancellor; Max Trager,
prelate; Frank Selman,
past chancellor, secre-
tary pro-lem; Howard
Gordon, inner guard; Sam
Gottesman, outer guard,
and Ben Perlove, master
of work. Bernard Mond is
theimmediate past chan-
cellor commander.
Cocktails will be served
at 7 p.m., and dinner at 8
p.m. followed by dancing
'
to Tom
Ploeger and his
orchestra.
Co-chairmen
are
Charles Fields and Frank,
Selman. For tickets, call
Selman, LI 3 7287.

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