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September 02, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-02

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42 Friday, September 2, 1977

HAVE AN
AFFAIR
WITH
HAL
GORDON

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

In ancient Israel it was a
custom to send apples to
the sick.

I would like to thank all

my dear relatives and
wonderful friends for
their good wishes and
thoughtfulness during
my recent hospital stay.

Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
Small Combos

Sincerely

HELEN BROWN

10 cards and
10 envelopes

unlimited quantity

SPECIALTY PRINTING CO

Mrs. Rosenfeld to Be Honored
by the JNF Women for Bonds

Mrs. Anton A. Rosenfeld,
a life member of the
Women of Jewish National
Fund, will be honored as
"Woman of the Year" at a
JNF-Israel Bond Luncheon.
Mrs. Rosenfeld will re-
ceive the "Jerusalem Anni-
versary" Award at the
luncheon, to be held Oct.
11, at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
The award will be present-
ed "in tribute to Mrs. Rose-
nfeld's years of leadership
in the JNF, the Israel Bond
program, and many other
communal and Zionist
causes; and commemorates
the 10th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusa-
lem."
The honoree and her hus-
band, former cantor of
Bnai Moshe and semi-re-
tired insurance broker,
have established a JNF For-
est in Israel and as life
members, donated a room
at the Shaarey Zedek Hospi-
tal of Jerusalem. Mrs. Rose-
nfeld is a life member of
Hadassah and Ladies of
Yeshivath Beth Yehuda.
She was active in the Debo-
rah Zionist Organization,
and is a past vice president

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Invited

HELEN ROSENFELD

of the Women's League of
Tel Guborim.
She is also a member of
ORT, Magen David Adom,
Project Hope, the Lubavit-
cher Center, the Boy Scouts
of America and the Ameri-
can Red Cross.
Planning the luncheon
are Mrs. Louis Levine,
Women of JNF president;
Mrs. Pearl Nosan, JNF-Is-
rael Bond chairman; and
Mrs. Shirley Kraft, lunch-
eon chairman.
For reservations, call.
JNF, 968-0820, or Israel
Bonds, 968-0200.

Record Stag Day Response;
Election of DSG Board Due

Invitations to the 1977 De-
troit Service Group Stag
Day are bringing record re-
sponse from Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund workers, it was re-
ported by Stag Day chair-
man Thomas I. Klein.
The annual "fun day,"
during which Campaign
workers relax and share in
the achievement of the just-

MAGICIAN

There is no better tonic
for depression, no greater
elixir for whatever happens
to be wrong at the moment
than enthusiasm.—Samuel
Goldwyn

concluded Campaign, will
take place Wednesday at
Franklin Hills Country
Club.
This is the 28th such
event held by the Detroit
Service Group, year-round
organization for workers of
the AJC-IEF. President is
Arthur Howard.
Among the highlights of
the Stag Day gathering
are a buffet lunch and
awards dinner at which the
DSG Losing Cup will be pre-
sented to the campaign divi-
sion with the largest per-
centage increase in contri-
butions over the previous
year's division total.
Awards to winning golfers
also will be given.
Stag Day also will be the
occasion of the biennial
meeting of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group, at which 33 mem-
bers-at-large will be nomi-
nated and elected to serve
on the DSG board of direc-
tors.
The, nominees are : Har-
old Berry, Louis C. Blum-
berg, Tom Borman, N.
Brewster Broder, Sol Cicu-
rel, Benjamin H. Frank, Jo-
seph Garson, Marvin H.
Goldman, Dr. Milton H.
Goldrath, Earl Grant,
David Handleman, Dr. I. Je-
rome Hauser., Jay M.
Kogan, Edward C. Levy,
Sr. , Milton Lucow, Myron
L. Milgrom, Milton J. Mill-
er, David S. Mondry, Jo-
seph H. Orley, Jack A. Rob-
inson, Hyman Safran, Sam-
uel Schiff, Irving Seligman,
I. William Sherr, Richard
E. Smitt, Robert A. Stein-
berg, Phillip Stollman,
George M. Stutz, Joel D.
Tauber, Norman Wachler,
Phillip T. Warren, Bernard
Weisberg and William M.
Wetsman.

"Kindness is language
which the deaf can hear
and the blind can read."
—Mark Twain

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