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February 23, 1979 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-23

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34 Friday, February 23, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV

LT. ROY F. GREEN hold their annual paid-up
AUXILIARY will have - a membership event 8 p.m.

luncheon

meeting noon
March 10 at the Big Boy
Restaurant in the Lincoln
Center, announces
President Sadye Bosin.
Hilda Jacobs will report on
the Ann Arbor Veterans
Hospital service. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Bosin,
968-8487.

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4.„ BLOCH ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will

AD

Twenty Israeli firms ex-
ported books in 1977 worth
more than $100,000.

Saturday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Dinner and dancing will
highlight the evening.
Paid-up members will be
admitted free of charge.
There is a nominal charge
for spouses, and dues may
be paid at the door. For in-
formation and reservations,
call the president, Muriel
Smith, 547-0804, or the
chairman, Bertha Green-
berg, 557-3949.

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Mr. and Mrs. Burton Shifman, center, and daugh-
ters Carole, left, and Abby, right, are pictured at the
dedication of the David A. Shifman Memorial Forest
of 10,000 trees, located at Givat Koah, Israel. The for-
est, established under the auspices of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, honors their late son and brother who
died at age 20. He was an honor student at Haverford
College and had made several trips to Israel, worked
on a kibutz and considered making aliya.

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Comedian, Singer to Perform
in Hillel Day School Benefit

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Comedian Alan King and
Israeli vocalist Ruthi
Navone will appear in con-
- cert 8:30 p.m. March 31 at
Ford Auditorium on behalf
of Hillel Day School.
For ticket information,
call the school, 851-2394.
The arrangements com-
mittee includes Sandy
Goodman, Diane Kramer,
Dr. Danny Gilbert, Sam
Goldstein, Judy Phillips,
Ronald Stern, Sharon
Klein, Ellie Glen, Muriel
Dworetsky, Larry Zeff,
Loretta Littky, Sharon Al-

terman, Jackie Davis, Bob
Littky, Sharon Rocklin and
Sandi Rosenberg.
Also Bluma Siegal, Bar-
bara Cook, Amy Cutler,
Herbert Freedland, Brina
Pepper, Sandy Schram,
Soretta Selik, Pam Opperer,
Candy Alper, Charlotte
Tessler, Dr. Melvyn Fried-
man, Albert Holtz, Rochelle
Lupovitch, Dr. Harris
Mainster, Carol Zamler and
Susan Friedman-.

Seek Nominees
for JCCouncil

The Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit has announced its
nominating committee for
this year.
Chaired by Hubert J. Sid-
low; past president of the
council, the committee in-
cludes Ida Rosenblum,
Edith Frank, Estelle
Gubow, Mrs. Bernard Lin-
derman, Sanford Rosenthal
and Martin Weston.
To aid the committee in
its work, the community
is requested to submit
names of individuals for
consideration for terms
on the council's executive
committee and nomina-
tions as council officers.
All names should be for-
warded as soon as possible
to the Nominating Commit-
tee at the offices of the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit, 163
Madison, Detroit 48226.

If you have children at home, would
they know who to call in case of a fire,
accident or sudden illness? Be sure you
have listed near your phone the
numbers of your doctor, hospital,
poison control, police, fire department
and other emergency numbers. Show
your children how to find those
numbers, how to dial them (if they don't
already know), how to call the operator;
let them know if 911.can be dialed for
fire, medical or police help in your area.
Write down your home address near
these numbers, too, so your children or
your baby-sitter can give it to people
who need to find your home in a hurry.
(But, for safety's sake, you should
instruct them not to give your address
or other information to strangers on the
phone.) Your telephone can be a
Secret Contacts?
lifesaving help in an emergency. Teach
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
your children how to use it for their
Israel has recently con-
protection and yours.
tacted a certain East Euro-
pean country for possible
trade relations, Yediot Ac-
hronot reported. The paper
did not specify the name of
that country.

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