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March 28, 1980 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pioneer Women Bond Event to Honor Ruth L. Miller

Ruth Leemon Miller, a
member of the national
board of Pioneer Women
and a leader in the Detroit
Women's Division of State
of Israel Bonds, will be hon-
ored by Pioneer Women,
Greater Detroit Council,
and the state of Israel at the

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INTERIOR SERVICE PLAN

557-6830

Call For Free Brochure
and More Information

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Pioneer Women's annual relations committee. She is
luncheon on behalf of Israel a past president of the
Bonds noon May 15 at Cong. Emma Lazarus Branch,
Bnai David.
American Jewish Congress,
Mrs. Miller is currently past chairman of Herzl In-
Pioneer Women Council stitute, DZF, and is a
president, a post she also member of the Sinai
held from 1975 to 1977. Women's Guild, Cong.
Other Council posts held in- Shaarey Zedek and its sis-
clude that of co-vice terhood.
president of organization
Mrs. Miller is one of the
and executive vice
president. She is a past original members of book
president of the Israel review seminar at the
Chapter of Pioneer Women. Jewish Community Cen-
In other areas of past and ter and has worked on
present community in- radio and TV shows for
volvement, the honoree is the Jewish Community
past vice president, pro- Council.
gramming, for the Detroit
She was graduated from
Zionist Federation and is a Wayne State University,
member of the executive of where she majored in
the Jewish Community speech.
Council and of its internal
For luncheon reserva-

Adat Shalom Women to Hear
Diet Expert Florine Mark

Adat Shalom Sisterhood
will hear an
Mark,
president and
d
director of
Weight Watchers of East-
ern Michigan, Inc., noon
April 14 at the sytiagogue.
Luncheon will be served,
and the program will follow.
Program Vice President
Anne Steinberg announces
Rae Wolok is chairman for
the day. Ethel Goldenberg
is in charge of hospitality.
There is a charge.
President Claudia Gold in-
vited guests. For reserva-
tions, call Renee Lieber-

KOSHER FOR PASSOVER 1980:

• Cottage Cheese
• Sour Cream
• Orange Juice
• Grapefruit Juice

Under Supervision of Metropolitan
Kashruth Council of Michigan

Your guarantee of Kashruth for Passover
and the year around!

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Enjoy the Festival of Freedom
with piety, grace, and wisdom!

Make your dessert the delight supreme
with Wesley's Quaker Maid Ice Cream!

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VANILLA AND CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM ,
Kosher for Passover

Under supervision of the Metropolitan
Kashruth Council of Michigan
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

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Beth Shalom Sisterhood
will begin its Education
Day program 9:30 a.m.
April 14 in the synagogue.
Theme of the program is
"The Survival of the Ameri-
can Family."
Guest speaker will be Dr.
F. Paul Pearsall, certified
consulting psychologist and
director of the Problems of
Daily Living Clinic at Sinai
Hospital.
Dr. Pearsall has had
post-doctoral training at the
Masters and Johnson
Clinic, the Kinsey Institute
and the Center for Marital
and Sexual Studies. He
earned a PhD degree at
Wayne State Universtiy
and has pursued post-
doctoral studies in clinical
psychology at WSU.

Picking a Name

INDIANAPOLIS — The
Jewish Post and Opinion
reports that Frankie Vau-
ghn, the British singer, felt
that his family name of
Abelson was less than valu-
able to a showman career,
and thus began a search for
a more suitable one. His
bubbie always called him
my number von
grandchild" and that he ex-
plained was all he needed to
construct Vaughn as his
stage name.

RUTH L. MILLER
tions and information, call
State of Israel Bonds, 557-
2900; or the Pioneer Women
office, 967-4750.

To All Our Friends,
Relatives and Customers

We wish you a happy,
healthy and
Joyous Passover

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Warsh
and Family

FLORINE MARK

man, 626-1504; or Rose
Diamond, 557-9552.

Beth Shalom Women Focus
on Survival of U.S. Family

Rabbi Jack Goldman,
Administrator

Friday, March 28, 1980 47

Goldsmith,
education
chairman, 557-3734. There
is a charge.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Raderman
and Family

RASKIN FOODS, INC.
KITCHENMAID FOODS

Your Assurance
of the Highest
Quality Kosher'and
Superb Taste
at Passover.

The program includes
a continental breakfast,
luncheon and an panel
discussion on "The
American Family and Its
Impact on the Jewish
American Family."
For reservations by April
4, call Barbara Lefton, vice
president of education,
547-0522; or Gladys

Kuwait Expels
Palestinians

JERUSALMM (ZINS) —
Kuwait has reportedly ex-
pelled 18,000 Palestinians
during the last three
months for violating resi-
dence and work rules.
The deportations are re-
portedly continuing at the
rate of 200-250 per day.



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