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October 05, 1979 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SOPHIE & HARRY
ARONOVITZ

Wish their family and
friends a year of good
health & happiness.

AUBIE & ROSELLA
COOPERMAN

Wish their relatives &
friends a healthy & happy
New Year

SAM & MICKIE
ORECHKIN
Mark, Andi and Lisa

wish their family and friends
a year filled with happiness
and peace

SELIG RALPH REZNIK

wishes all his
family and friends
a happy & healthy
New Year

Record Year for Fund Raising
Reported at JNF Annual Meeting

A -record year for fund
raising was reported at the
annual meeting of the
Jewish National Fund of
Greater Detroit at which
Carmi Slomovitz was re-
elected president.
Other officers are Reba
Bloom, Samuel Geller,
Ruben Isaacs, Faye Menc-
zer and Martin Rosenfeld,
vice presidents; Samuel
Wilson, treasurer; Larry
Guttenberg and Shirley
Kraft, secretaries; and
Seymour Frank and Cantor
A.A. Rosenfeld, honorary
officers.
Members of the executive
and administrative corn-
mittee are:

Harold Berry, Morris
Brandwine, Marvin Daitch,
Judge Barry Grant, David B.
Hermelin, David B. Holtzman,
Harold Jaffa, Dr. Sidney Leib,

CHARLOTTE, BEN & SARAH
ROTHSTEIN

A Happy & Healthy
New Year to au our
family & friends

wish all their family &
friends a Healthy & Happy
New Year

MEL, EVY, JACKIE &
ERIK TICHIK

Mr. & Mrs. Simon
Shifman

Shel, Ronna, Robbie & Lisa

want to wish all their
family and friends a
healthy & happy New Year

wish all their family and
friends a Healthy & Peaceful
New Year

Marian Leib, Charles Milan,
Judith Naftaly, Pearl Nosan,
Rabbi Stanley Rosenbaum,
Mark Schlussel, Harry Silver-
man, Donna Sklar, Philip
Slomovitz, Anna Slomovitz,
Judge Michael Stacey, Myron
Steinberg, Philip Stollman, Max
Stollman, Frieda Stollman, Dr.
Israel Weiner, David Zack, Jack
Zwick and Betty Silverman.

The annual meeting also
was occasion to formally in-
troduce the new assistant
director of the Detroit JNF
office, Alan Herbach. At the
meeting a special award
was given to Mrs. Michael
Michlin in memory of her
husband "for his many
years of service to JNF."
Annual reports were read
by Reba Bloom, president of
the Women of JNF, and
Faye Menczer, president of
Young Women of JNF.
Percy Kaplan, executive

CARMI SLOMOVITZ

director of the local JNF
office, reported that of the
100,000 trees ordered for
planting in Israel during
the past year, more than 10
percent were purchased by
non-Jews.

Beth Shalom Campaign Nets
$144,000 in Bond Purchases

Foreign Language Speakers Sought

The foreign language
service practicum at Wayne
State University is seeking
students who wish to earn
credit by visiting foreign-
born elderly in local nursing
homes and conversing with
them in their mother
tongue.
Wayne State University
students who can read,
write, and speak a foreign
language can earn two cre-
dits per quarter through
articipation in the prac-
ticum.
Students will be expected
to perform a wide range of
services: acting as interpre-
ter for nursing home and
community agency staff,
translating documents,
writing letters, reading

aloud to those with failing
eyesight, and generally
providing conversation and
companionship to persons
isolated because of the lan-
guage barrier.
For information, contact
Prof. Frank Corliss, Jr., at
the university, 557-3024.

FOOD & PASTRIES

FOR ALL OCCASIONS
By

RHONDA ADELL

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EVERGREEN &
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Our best wishes to all
our friends for a year
of health & happiness

ROCHELLE & EDDIE CHINSKY

112 LAKE IRENE DR.

W. PALM BEACH, FLA.

THE FELDMANS
MURRAY, LINDA, JULIE AND MARC

Extend sincere best wishes to relatives
and friends for health, happiness and
prosperity in the New Year

THE FRANKLIN FAMILY
CINDY, MURRAY, ROBERTA
ELIZABETH & JEFFREY

wish their Family & Friends
A Healthy & Happy New Year

RITA & BARRY GALISON
Heather & Brian

Wish all their friends &
realtives a healthy & happy
New Year

DENA WEIN
MARK, DEBBIE & LARRY

Wish all their family and .
friends a Very Healthy & Happy
New Year

THE WEISBLATT'S
ETHEL, HAROLD & DENISE

Wish all their family &
friends a year of health
happiness and prosperity

A GOOD NEW YEAR - TO
EVERYONE WE HOLD DEAR.

THE MALAMUD'S

Bernie & Shirley
Ilene, Karen, Ken
& (Tarzan)

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Cong. Beth Shalom purchased more than $144,000
in Israel Bonds during its New Year campaign, includ-
ing $80,000 at a reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Solway. Shown at the reteption are, from left, Beth
Shalom president and Mrs. Robert Littky, Frank
Friedman, Rabbi David I. Nelson and the Solways.

Outing Among the Events
Hosted by SPACE Service

SPACE, a service of the
Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, for separated, di-
vorced and widowed persons
and their families, will host
a family weekend for single
parents and their children
Oct. 19-21 at Camp
Tamarack, Ortonville.
Three adult workshops
will be held. They include:
"Making It as a Single Par-
ent," conducted by Mel
Chudnof and Nancy
Thompson, coordinators of
the mental health associate
degree program at Oakland
Community College;
"The New Morality and
the Old Me," guided by Dr.
Shirley Emerson, a coun-
selor at Schoolcraft Com-
munity College; and
"Career and Life
Planning," conducted by
Eileen Holzman, voca-
tional counselor at
Southfield Community
Placement.
There will be social and
recreational activities for
parents and children. A
separate teen program will
be offered.
Rita Kaplan and Paul
Novak are chairmen of the
weekend. There is a charge.

For information or to regis-
ter, call Aida Cutler, 9
a.m.-2 p.m., 557-9604.
The widowed program
will present a lecture by
Jean Gannon Jones, author
of "For Crying Out Loud," 8
p.m. Thursday at the NCJW .
offices, 16400 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield. There is a'
charge. For information,
call Ms. Cutler.
The weekly drop-in dis-
cussion group will take
place 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the NCJW offices. There is a
nominal charge. A trained
facilitator will be on hand to
guide the rap session.

Hillel to Host
Dinner-Dance

Hillel Day School will
hold its fourth annual
dinner-dance Nov. 3 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Cocktails will be served at 8
p.m.
Entertainment will be
provided by Disco Bonnie
and Shelby Lee. Ellen Glen,
vice president of the day
school, is chairinan of the
event. For tickets or infor-
mation, call the school,
851-2394.

29173 Northwestern Hwy. / Southfield, MI 48034 / (313) 356-2525

ALL
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30%oFF thru Oct. 22

20% off everything in the store!

COYS

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4353 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield, Phi(' Lake Mall

851-1260

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

!Judy' Michaels

Lois Levenson

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