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April 13, 1979 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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Friday, April 13, 1919 33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Young Women Prepare
for May Fund-Raising Auction

Young Women of Jewish National Fund prepar-
I.__ -for the May 6 fund-raising auction at Temple
Emanu-El are, from left: Esther Goldenberg, journal
chairman; Edith Kowalsky, refreshments; Faye
Menczer, president; Donna Sklar, auction chairman;
Micki Grossman, ticket chairman; Judy Kaufman,
"white elephant" table; and Sheila Guyer, journal co-
chairman. Among the items to be auctioned off are art
works, antiques, appliances, hand-crafted pieces and
jewelry. Marilyn Turner and John Kelly will be guest
auctioneers. Proceeds will be earmarked for the re-
vitalization of Moshav Dishon in the Galilee. To do-
nate items for the auction or for information, call the
JNF, 557-6644.

Newsman Valeriani to Speak
at Adat Shalom Donor Affair

NBC diplomatic news
correspondent Richard Val-
eriani will address the
donor affair of Adat Shalom
Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. April
30 in the synagogue.
Valeriani will speak on
"The Power Balance Be-
tween the Branches of Gov-
ernment" and on his book,
"Travels With Henry."
The donor will feature a
European coffee house, with
tropical fruits, a variety of
pastries and espresso cof-
fees. A variety of boutiques
will be open for the event.
Proceeds will benefit
youth -programs, camp
scholarships, educa-
tional and cultural events
and other synagogue
projects.
Harriet Dunsky is donor
chairman. President
Claudia Gold invites the
community. Ticket co-
chairmen are Connie
Kopald and Geri l3otwin.
Helping with arrangements

RICHARD VALERIANI

are: Susan Bindes, Ann
Benderoff, Sandra Lorence,
Roslyn Katzman, Elaine
Rosenblatt, Sharon
Sukenic, Esther Allan, Ceil
Schwarti Lenore Dunsky,
Joan Rosenbloom, Phyllis
Soltz, Rae Maisel, Rose Liss,
Ida Sher, Arlene Klein and
Nita Lichtenstein.
For information or tic-
kets, call the synagogue,
851-5100. There is a -large.

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Pioneer Women Chapters'
Join for Fund-Raising Event

Dimona and Israel Chap-
ters, Pioneer Women, will
hold a combined fund-
raising dinner 6:30 p.m.
May 6 at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
The "Pasta and Pagliacci
— Second Edition" event
will feature entertainment
ino Valle and the Ita-
Opera Company. Valle,
addition to heading the
company, conducts the Ita-
lian Radio Hour on WIID
(1090) and is a recording ar-
tist as well.
Renee Shuster and Lee
Wagman are coordinat-
ing the evening. Assisting
them are Lillian Winkler,
Marge Bialkin, Elaine

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Mental retardation refers
to below average general in-
tellectual functioning
which originates during
early childhood.

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Women's Clubs

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. President Lily
Roubeck will give a report of
her recent visit to Israel.
Passover refreshments will
be served. Hostes'ses are:
Ann Goldstein and Eva
Gertzman. Guests and
friends are invited.
* * *
DETROIT LEAGUE,
CARIH, will hold an open
meeting 12:30- p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
The meeting will be the oc-
casion for a houlewares
party. Members are re-
quested to bring items in
good condition for the May
14 and 15 rummage sale" at
the Knights of Columbus
Hall, 2299 W. 12 Mile,
Berkley. For pickup of large
items, call Lucia Robiner,
535-5247. Tickets for the
June 6 donor at the Raleigh
House are available from
board members or by calling
Frances Lutz, ticket chair-
man, 353-7435. Gifts for the
donor should be wrapped
and brought to any meeting
prior to the event. Canis-
ters and dime banks are
needed to close out the
-
year's records.
* * *
YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will have a Passover
book review meeting 7:30
p.m. Monday in the home of
Vicki Buckfire, 17036 Jill,
Southfield. Adele Robbins
will review "The Women's
Room."
** *
OPHERA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
general meeting noon April
25 in the,home Of Carol
Dreyer, 3677 Quail Hollow,
Bloomfield Hills. Luncheon
will be served. A fashion
show will follow at 1:30 p.m.
Guests are invited free of
charge. For reservations,
call Ms. Dreyer, 335-2343.
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Consumer advocate Nancy
Avengelista will speak.
Passover refreshments will
be served. Guests are wel-
come.
* * .*
PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will have an initiatory and
honor past and present "Es-
thers" 7:45 p.m. Monday in
the Oddfellows Temple,
Berkley.
** *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer

Women, will hold a
Passover meeting 11:30
a.m. Monday in the North:
gate Apts. club house. Alice
Ross, past president of the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women, will be
guest speaker. Members are
requested to bring lunch,
and dessert will be served.
Friends are welcome.
* * *
EiNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will have the
final program in its lunch
and learn series 1 p.M. April
21 in the synagogue. David
Techner, funeral director,
will speak on "Jewish Ap-
proach to Death and Be-
reavement." Rena Tobes is
adult education chairman.
For reservations by Mon-
day, call Mrs. Tobes, 557-
6284, or Ronna Rosenbaum,
968-0432. There is a charge,
and a babysitter will be
available.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH
Pioneer
CHAPTER,
Women, will meet noon
Tuesday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. The
Passover program is
entitled, "From Slavery to
Freedom." Participants in-
clude Ethel Blitz, Anna
Nosanchuk, Laura Pollock,
Ethel Silber and Kay Si-
mons. Refreshments will be
served, and guests are wel-
come.
* *
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual, election
luncheon-meeting noon
April 23 in the temple. Do-

reen
Millman,
vice
president of program, an-
nounces the Bel Canto
Choral Society will
entertain. For reservations,
call Ms. Millman, 682-5477,
or Helen Tobias, 557-2686.
* * *
GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon April 23 in the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Plans for the forthcoming
games night will be dis-
cussed. An Israeli movie
will be shown. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
guests are welcome.

DINO VALLE
Kohner, Ruth Miller and
Mollie Diamond.
Proceeds will be ear-
marked for the children's
homes in Israel.
There is a charge for the
diRti'er. For information,
call the Council office, 851-
0750.

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Parents of Youth
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The Association of Par-
ents of American Israelis
will meet 1 p.m. April 22 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
The meeting will include
a discussion of participation
in the Israel Expo, and a
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For information, call the
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