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July 17, 1981 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Bicur Cholem Sets Lathrup Youth
'Devil'
Annual Donor at Beth Shalom Present
The Lathrup Youtheater

Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization will hold its
-.,annual donor luncheon
noon July 27 at Cong. Beth
Shalom, announces
President Sylvia Cohen.
Mary Bookstein is donor
chairman. For tickets, call
Ann Shifman, 557-7990; or
Jean Shifman, 557-7104.
Organized in 1938, the
women's organization has
devoted itself to the needy
and sick. It was chartered in
-. 1940.
The womn have
supplied funds for a
*able isolette for pre-
are babies at Chil-
dren's Hospital. It also
has purchased a fluid
1-• pump isolette for an in-
tensive care nursery in
Jerusalem.
Among its ongoing activi-
4ies are support of the
Jewish chapel at Northville
- State Hospital, funds for the
Haverim Homes of the
Jewish Association for Re-
tarded Citizens, the Mo'os
Hitim Passover fund and
the Israel Emergency Fund.
The women assist at
Hanuka parties at state
hospitals, under the direc-
tion of Cooperative Council.

will present "Double Deal-
ing with the Devil" July
23-26 at Southfield-
Lathrup High School.
Performances are at 8
p.m. July 23-25 and 2 p.m.
on July 26. There is a
charge. For information,
contact Laura Baldwin,
537-1768.

SYLVIA COHEN

They also have provided two
language machines for
stroke patients through the
Visiting Nurses Associa-
tion.
The women financed the
equipment of Haven's Farm
Kitchen and built a fence a
Pinkerton Nursery. They
also benefited a children's
camp for the emotionally
impaired.
The women will have a
regular meeting 11:30 a.m.
Monday at the MCL
Cafeteria in the Tel-12
mall. The donor will be dis-
cussed.

conducting yourself in the
world; you must, also, know
when to deviate from them,

and where lies the excep-
tion.
—Greville

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FINAL MARKDOWN!

Pioneer Women Plan Parley

NEW YORK — Pioneer
Women will hold their 27th
national biennial conven-
tion Sept. 13-16 at the Con-
cord Hotel.
Sen. Daniel Moynihan
(D-N.Y.) will be keynote
speaker.
Mark Siegel, former staff

Cancer Society
Hosts Golf Event

Young golfers will have a
chance to demonstrate their
golfing skills at the third
annual Junior Walter
Hagen Golf Championship
to be held in August.
Courses and dates are:
Oakridge Golf Club, Lennox
Twp., Aug. 3; Whispering
Willows Golf Club, Livonia,
Aug. 4; Glen Oaks Golf &
Country Club, Farmington,
Aug. 5; Godwin Glen Golf
Club, South Lyon, Aug. 6;
and Pontiac Country Club,
Pontiac, Aug. 7.
The championship is
sponsored by the American
Cancer Society.
Boys and girls will play
separately and age
groups will be split into a
masters" division for
those participants be-
tween the ages of 13 and
15 and the "golden mas-
ters" for those partici-
pants between the ages of
16 and 18.
The top three golfers in
e- 1- division at each course
\
participate in the
Metro-Detroit Finals at
Salem Hills Golf Course in
Northville on Aug. 10.
Separate awards will also
be presented to the top three
golfers in each division at
each course.
There is an entry.,fee.
Entry forms are available at
most golf clubs and courses
and also at the American
Cancer Society office. For
entry information, call the
Cancer Society, 557-5353.

adviser on Jewish com-
munal affairs to President
Jimmy Carter, will be mod-
erator of a panel of well-
known experts in matters
affecting the American
Jewish community.
Panelists include: Tom
Dine, executive direCtor of
the American-Israel Public
Affairs Committee; Phil
Baum, associate executive
director of American Jewish
Congress; and Prof. Allen
Pollack, president of the
Labor Zionist Alliance.
Akiva Lewinsky, trea-
surer of the Jewish
Agency, will address the
convention on the future
of political Zionism.
Nava Arad, secretary-
general of Na'amat, Pioneer
Women's sister organiza-
tion in Israel, will offer a
two-hour state of the union
address.

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daughter, Robin Beth, to
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Dr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Danto
of Birmingham.
A September wedding is
planned.

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