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October 31, 1980 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JWV

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet 10

Women Plan CJF Programs

Rreshments will be
served and games and
prizes will highlight the
a.m. Sunday in the Jewish evening. There is a charge
War Veterans Memorial per couple. For reservations
Home. Coffee will be served or information, call Sandy
at 9:30 by the Shapiro Aux- Pliskow, 399-1546; Cindi
iliary, announces Depart- Apel, 968-4796; or Annette
ment President Betty Spin- Storbinsky, 968-0818.
* * * •
ner. A report on the na-
tional executive committee
LT. ROY F. GREEN
will be made. Delegates to AUXILIARY will have a
the meeting last weekend membership luncheon
were Past National 12:30 p.m. Nov. 15 in the
President Mrs. John Nemon home of Past National
tnd Mrs. Leonard Green, President Mrs. John Ne-
who is a national officer.
mon, 24808 Pierce, South-
* * *
field. President Mrs. Irwin
CHARLES SHAPIRO Levy is in charge and Mrs.
POST AND AUXILIARY Herman Silver and Mrs.
will hold a Halloween cos- Leonard Green are assist-
tume party 7:30 p.m. Satur- ing her. For reservations
day in the home of Stan and information, call Mrs.
Rosenblatt, 15061 Marlow, Silver, 967-3083; or the
Oak Park.
JWV office, 559-5680.

More than 400 members
of the Council of Jewish
Federations (CJF) Women's
Division are expected to ar-
rive in Detroit on Nov. 11,
prior to the start of the
four-day General Assembly
at the Detroit Plaza Hotel.
The division members are

covering a wide variety of
concerns. The General As-
sembly, last held in Detroit
two decades ago, is the an-
nual policy-setting gather-
ing of the CJF, which repre-
sents more than 200 federa-
tions throughout the United
States and Canada.

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Ira J. Jaffe has been
named chairman for the
state of Michigan of the
11th U.S. Maccabiah
Games.

The Maccabiah Games
take place every four years
in Israel and showcase top
amateur Jewish athletes.

A cocktail reception in
support of the Maccabiah
will take place 6:45 p.m.
Nov. 13 at the Standard
Club in the Renaissance
Center. Interested persons
who wish to attend the re-
ception or participate as a
committee member should
call Betsy Snider, 961-8380.

The Cultural Commission
of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Cordially Invites You To Attend

CAROLYN GREENBERG

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Friday, October 31, 1980 51
Maccabiah Head in State Named

THE GREAT WEEKEND

coming early for a Tuesday
evening reception and a full
day of programs on Wed-
nesday. Detroiters actively
involved in planning the
event include Carolyn
Greenberg, a CJF Women's
Division national vice
chairman, and Division
Executive Committee
members Shelby Tauber
and Dulcie Rosenfeld.
The three local leaders
also will play significant
roles in other division
events during the gather-
ing. Mrs. Greenberg will
chair a Wednesday lunch-
eon meeting, which will fea-
ture a musical presentation,
and on Friday Mrs. Tauber,
Detroit Women's Division
president, will present a
special women's achieve-
ment award to Jennie Jones
at the CJF Women's Di-
vision cabinet meeting.
Mrs. Jones also is a former
local Women's Division
president and recipient of
the 1968 Butzel Award for
distinguithed community
service.
Mrs. Rosenfeld, who
heads the General As-
sembly Detroit Commit-
tee, will address the
Wednesday luncheon,
following a plenary ses-
sion with Morris Abram,
honorary president of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Other Detroiters on the
national CJF Women's Di-
vision executive committee
are Edythe Jackier and
Frieda Stollman.
The national Women's
Division has many sessions
on the Assembly agenda

and to hear

DR. LEONARD FEIN

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Middle East.

Speaking

Friday Evening, November 7

"DEFENDING JEWISH INTERESTS IN THE 1980's"

SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 8 — 11 A.M.

during the shabbat services
on

"PRESERVING JEWISH VALUES IN THE 1980s"

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet 7:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Colony Park
Apts. club house.
Final arrangements for
the second annual bowl-
athon to be held 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 8 at Thunderbird
Lanes will be discussed.
Persons interested in par-
ticipating in the bowl-athon
should call Belle Feinstein,
356-6424; or Bernie Rap-
- paport, 543-5275.
A social hour will follow
the meeting. hosts are Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Joseph and
Mr. and Mrs. Art Mevis.

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Congregation
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