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June 10, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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28 -Friday, June 10, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hospital Aids Are Made in Israel

TEL AVIV—Gichner- and storage units, based on
Ramim of Kiryat Shmona a know-how agreement with
is swinging into new prod- the Dutch firm, Favro.
uct lines. The plant, a mem-
A myrtle remains a myr "-
ber of the Koor Metals
Group, will shortly begin tle, - even -though it may
producing hospital equig stand among thorns.
ment, starting with be
—The Talmud

CATERING SUPREME

from STEAK SICILIANO to FISH WELLINGTON

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GOURMET FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES
IN HOME OR HALL

DANIEL WARTEL — SUPREME CATERING
838-2233
869-0720

Hamburger Hosts
Bonds Gathering

Dr. Joel I. Hamburger,
chairman of the State of Is-
rael Bonds
Medical Phy-
sicians Divi-
sion of Metro-
politan De-
troit, will
host a divi-
sion meeting
8
p.m.
Hamburger Tuesday.
The meeting will discuss
the new Israel Bond cam-
paign structure.

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i Ma rriagesI

. Sally Rae Zanger and
Daniel Jacob Nadis were
married Sunday in a cere-
mony in the bride's Ho-
lyoke, Mass., home. The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Zanger of
Holyoke. Parents of the
bridegroom are Dr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Nadis of
Southfield. The new Mrs.
Nadis was graduated from
the University of Mich-
igan's law school. Her hus-
band, recipient of a mas-
ter's degree in Jewish his-
tory at the U-M, also was
graduated from its law
school. The couple plans a
honeymoon in the Rocky
Mountains.

Tel Aviv Is Rated
as Expensive City

NEW YORK—Tel Aviv
ranks among the 10 most
expensive cities of the
world, according to a re-
cent Swiss banking sur-
vey. Tel Aviv also is one of
the 10 cities with the low-
est salaries in the world.
Among other expensive
cities are Tokyo, Oslo,
Stockholm, Zurich,
Geneva, Copenhagen,
New York, Paris and
Manama, the capital of
Bahrain. As to the cities
where worker's income is
the lowest, Tel Aviv joins
with Buenos Aires, Man-
ila, . Bogota, Istanbul,
Singapore, Lisbon,
Athens, Rio de Janeiro
and Teheran.

Ms. Goode to Head Workmen's Circle

Selma Goode was elected
chairman of the district
committee of the Work-
men's Circle of Michigan at
its recent biennial district
conference.
Other officers are Nor-
man Pikulin, vice chair-
man; Bernard Broder,
treasurer; and Ozilda Saba-
roff, recording secretary.
Ms. Goode is director of
the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee and a member of

the Jewish Community
Council's Urban Affairs and
Civil Liberties Sub-
committee and is active in
civic affairs.

Workmen's Circle an-
nounces the establishment
of the Newberg Fund in
honor of retiring district
chairman, Frank Newberg,
to promote the organiza-
tion's projects and philoso-
phy.

Temple Affiliates Plan Family Picnic

couples club, young mar-
rieds and temple youth
group—at a nominal
charge.
Participants may bring.
swim attire and baseball
Food will be provided by and tennis equipment. For
the affiliate groups—the sis- reservations, call the
terhood, brotherhood, temple office, 863-7769.

Temple Israel's Affiliate
Council will hold its sixth
annual congregational pic-
nic noon Sunday at Camp
Nahelu.

Southfield Woman Seeks Mayoralty

Judith Wiser has an-
nounced her candidacy for
the post of Southfield
Mayor.
An educator and business-
woman, Mrs. Wiser is the
founder and
artistic direc-
tor of the
Southfield
Ballet Com-
pany, cre-
ated award-
winning TV
specials for
WISER local tele-
vision stations and choreo-
phed and directed
.oung People's Concerts
and educational concerts
for the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra.

She hold memberships in
the PTA, Southfield Busi-
ness and Professional
Women's Club, Hadassah
and the Music Federation
Club. Mrs. Wiser is active
in community service pro-
grams for the Southfield
Board of Community af-
fairs and service organiza-

tions.

Cemetery Damaged

BONN (JTA)—Vandal:
wrecked 50 tombstones and
damaged 14 graves of chil-
dren in the Jewish ceme-
tery at Cham, an Upper Ba-
varian town near the Czech
border.

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