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June 10, 1977 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, June 10, 1977

JFS Will Honor Its Volunteers

or assistance.
The JFS Volunteer Serv-
ices Committee. chaired by
Betty Rosenhaus, is arrang-
ing the luncheon. Other
members of the committee
are Mesdames Gerry Barr,
Pearl Biber, Susan Citrin,
Gertrude Edgar, Beatrice
Epel, Cyrille Friedman,
Dorothy Harwood, Edythe
Jackier, Joy Nachman,
Rose Roth, Adeline Sali-
nger, Rebecca Sanders, Til-
lie Schkloven, Lois Shif f-
man and Toba Smokier.
For information, call
Fayga. Dombey or Lyn
Friedman, 559-1500.

The Jewish Family Serv-
ice will honor its volunteers
at a luncheon noon
Thursday at the United
Hebrew Schools. Goldie
Adler will thank the volun-
teers on behalf of the com-
munity.
The JFS volunteer makes
visits or calls, runs some er-
rands, offers transportation

LARRY FREEDMAN

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

HAIR BLOWERS
REPAIRED

FAST & REASONABLE

Levin Discount Cosmetics

24695 Coolidge, Oak Park
hours Mon-Sat 9-6

Business Briefs

Harold L. Weingart of
Southfield and Morey Hoch-
berger of Livonia were in
Waikiki, Hawaii, this week
to participate in a five-day
business and educational
conference with officers
and leading sales represen-
tatives of Metropolitan Life
Insurance Co.

Bernard D. Moray, presi-
dent, Gorman's Gallery,
Inc., Southfield, was elected
to the board of directors of
the National Home Furnish-
ings Association.

Women Realtors
Will Hold Meeting

Sidney Lantz has an-
nounced his candidacy for a
seat on the Southfield City
Council.
Lantz was co-chairman of
the Vista Citi-
zen Corp.
and with his
wife, Toby,
he helped de-
velop pro-
grams to ben-
efit Indians
and migrant
Lantz workers in
the Upper Peninsula, Wis-
consin and in the Appala-
chians. He also has helped
the needy and Vietnam vet-
erans.
He is active in the Parent
Youth Guidance Commis-
sion, the Southfield Arts
Council and is a member of
the Civil Defense reserve
unit.
He was state commander
of the Jewish War Veterans
for two years, and has held
several national appoint-
ments. Active in veterans
affairs, he coordinated the
Southfield . Mayor's Adviso-
ry Committee on Veterans
Affairs and wrote columns
on that topic.
Lantz was a principal or-
ganizer of the Southfield
Collection Drive which ben-
efited victims of the Wil-
liamson, W. Va., flood. He
has been cited by the gov-
ernment and civic organiza-
tions for his service to vet-
erans and civic and reli-
gious groups.

South Oakland County
Board of Realtors Women's
Council will meet noon
Wednesday at the Pagoda
Restaurant. Luncheon will
be served. For reserva-
tions, call the board office,
585-1283.
The women will sponsor a
safety program for persons
to mark their valuables 10
a.m.-2 p.m. June 18 at the
board office, 3318 Main,
Royal Oak, and the Stand-
ard Federal Savings build-
ing, 29405 Greenfield, South-
field.

SAIL-SALE

YOU CAN WIN
A SAIL BOAT
AT ART MORAN'S
SALE

3 Sunfish sail boats given away
contest will be held July 1, 1977

NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN -NO_OBLIGATION

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EXPERT SERVICE

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Lantz Seeks
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Marry in )u by

Ben-Ari Will Speak for Bonds

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tau-
ber, will host a Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel leadership
reception on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds in their
home 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Guest speaker will be
Abbie Ben-
Ari. consult-
ant to the Is-
rael govern-
ment in the
field of mass
commu-
nications,
, and former
Ben-Ari member of
Israel's delegation to the
United Nations.
The reception is in ad-
vance of a tribute dinner
honoring Beth Abraham-
Hillel's Mr. and Mrs.

Hyman Tauber. to be held
June, 28. Reception -host
Joel Tauber is a grandson
of the honorees.
For tribute dinner infor-
mation. call Beth Abraham-
Hillel, 851-6880, or the Is-
rael Bond Office, 968-0200.

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Mr. Ernest Denenfeld of
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nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Corinne
Gale, to Roger Holberg, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hol-
berg of Oak Park.
A July wedding is
planned.

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