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May 12, 1978 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-12

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Friday, May 12, 1918 59

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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wet, Long ta.e Road

6460973

Mon thris Sat 10 to 5.30
Tinos to 9 pm
Appraisal. b. Appointment

*1,161 You Wattligarir

A Los Angeles law forbids
the feeding of pigeons in
Pershing Square.

• Beautiful new long dresses
in all pastel colors.

• Boys' suits for all occasions.
• Come early for all your
camp needs.

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An excellent selection
of spring & summer
fashion—on Sale

20%-30% OFF!

Conservative Women Look Ahead

Mrs. M. Milton (Ruth)
Perry of Philadelphia, na-
tional president of the
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, was the
keynote speaker for the
three-day Spring Confer-
ence of the Michigan
Branch held this week at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Speaking on the confer-
ence theme "The Challenge
of the Present and the Fu-
ture," Mrs. Perry recently
stated that "the world is
shrinking electronically,
but at the same time the as-
pirations of individuals and
groups are expanding.
"We must face the chal-
lenge of a world where
women are striving for in-
dividual fulfillment, and
find answers which will not
be disruptive of the essen-
tial role of the woman as
homemaker and mother."
She said that the
Women's League pro-
vides "tools" to help its
member sisterhoods "to
meet the challenges of the
present and forward-
looking programs for the
future."

She said the League's
Jewish Family Living and
Membership departments
have been distributing
materials to aid single
women, whether widowed,

Tues - Fri 10-9 Mon & Sat 10-6 Sun 12-5

EVERGREEN PLAZA— SOUTHFIELD

Evergreen & 12 Mile Rd.-559-8680

divorced or never married.
There have been two na-
tional conferences spon-
sored by the League in re-
cent years to help

BRENDA's BEAUTY SALON

PERMANENTS

strengthen the family, and
the group encourages its
sisterhoods to do commu-
nity service through its an-
nual awards program.

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rag. 527.50 $



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Open Sunday

SLIMMERTME

and the Living is EaSN7...

unless you're 18 and out of a job,
with no way to pay for college
tuition next fall ...

PLEASE CALL US WITH YOUR JOB OPENINGS.

557-5341

JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
AND COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

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World Jewry's Gift to Israel on its 30th Anniversary

The New Shaare Zedek Medical Center
Opening on November 5th, 1978

We call on the Detroit Jewish Community to endow individual units in the new Hospital

For your kind consideration we suggest the following projects:

Director General's Suite
Hospital Garden
Seminar Room
Physician's Conference Room
Labor & Delivery Room
Chief Pharmacist's Office
Bed and Artificial Kidney Machine

Hospital Administrative Center
Medical Center
Nursing Center
Institute of Cardiology
Delivery Suite
Hospital Pharmacy
Dialysis Division

$50,000.00
$50,000.00
$45,000.00
$40,000.00
$25,000.00
$20,000.00
$20,000.00

3 Bed Patient Room
Student Apartment
2 Bed Patient Room
1 Bed Patient Room
Chief Nurses' Office
Hospital Bed

Medical Department
Nursing Educational Center
Rehabilitation Nursing
Medical Department
Nursing Center
Medical Department
(Over 200 additional projects available)

$18,000.00
$18,000.00
$15,000.00
$10,000.00
$ 5,000.00
$ 3,000.00

Participate In the endowment of the $75,000.00 Rehabilitation Workshop,

as a special dedication gift of the Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital

IRVING NUSBAUM, CHAIRMAN SPECIAL GIFT COMMITTEE
1978 Dinner Committee
Salek Lessman, Chairman

Cantor Hyman Adler
Norman Allan
Rose Amber
Leonard Ante!
Hugo Apt
Dr. Henry Baum
Marvin Berlin
Gustav Berenholz
Allan Charlupaki
Mrs. Herman K. Cohen
Sam Cohodas
Willard Cohodas
Irwin Cohn

Louis Cooper
Mrs. Julius Feigelman
Michael Felgelman
Lillian Fischer
Morris Flatt
Rabbi James Gordon
Rabbi Eric Greenbaum
Dr. Leon Herschfua
Kurt Hertz
Rabbi Joseph Hirsch
Dr. Maxwell Hoffman
Bella Hordes
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Eisenberg

Leslie Krakovitz
Belle Levin
Dov Loketch
Manny Rosen
Jacob Nosanchuk
Harry B. Nosanchuk
Dr. Jerry L Nosanchuk
Joel Nosanchuk
-- Judge Sol Nosanchuk
William Nosanchuk
Joseph Nusbaum
David Pollack
Harold Platt

21MILMEM

869

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Fredrick
jeweiers.t
of BLOOMFIELD HILLS ;I

The Jewish National
Fund Office, 22100 Green-
field, Oak Park, will be open
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun-
day for Mother's Day tree
purchases. To purchase
trees for planting in Israel,
call the JNF office, 968-
0820.

111 ■ 1127ffila

Trees for Gifts

Sam Platt
Rabbi Samuel Prero
Mrs. Julius Ring
Alex Roberg

Ilse Roberg
Mr. & Mrs. Abe Rosenberg
Cantor &
Mrs. A. A. Rosenfeld
Martin Rose
Felix Rosenzveig
Robert Ruch
Marcel Sandel

Douglas Schubot
Dr. Harvey Sabbota
Jack Shenkman
Rabbi Joshua Sperka
Max Stollman
Frieda Stollman
Phillip Stollman
Rabbi Samuel Stollman
Philip Warren
Rabbi Felval Wagner
Irving Weiss
Dr. Arnold Zuroff

DEDICATION DINNER

Southfield Sheraton Hotel - June 5, 1978
HONORING

MRS. PEARL NOSANCHUK and
MR. & MRS. MAX NOSANCHUK

For information call: 544-8412

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