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September 04, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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DE DETROIT SWISH IEWS

40 Friday, Septeskr 4, 1E1

Michigan JWV Wins Award

you have been scattered,
and I will give you the Land
of Israel." —
The Department of President Donna Green
—Bible Michigan Jewish War Vete-
was elected national
conductress. Michigan
rans received the Wolfson
Travel Award at the 86th Department Commander
national convention at the William Greenberg co-
chaired a workshop on
Diplomat Hotel in Hol-
combatting anti-
lywood, Fla.
Semitism.
This award is presented
Detroit delegates were:
to the department having
the year's most outstanding Greenberg, Harry T. Madi-
program in community re- son, John Nemon, Leonard
All You Can Eat
Green, Milton Greenberg,
lations.
At the convention, De- Irving Davis and Harry
Daily Specials
troit delegates joined in Left. -Auxiliary delegates
supporting the resolution were Lina Burnstein, Mrs.
33.50
MONDAY — VEAL PARMIGIANA DINNER
Choke of soup or salad, potato, vegetable. roll and butter.
opposing the sale of Green, Sarah Nemon, Be-
3330
TUESDAY — FRED CLAMS • CHIPS
AWACS to Saudi Arabia. rtha Greenberg, Gertrude
Cole slaw and rot.
.52.95
WEDNESDAY — SPAGHETTI DINNER
Department Left and Shirley Snyder.
Past

Thus saith the Lord God:
"I will gather you from the
peoples, and assemble you
out of the countries where

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JWV Women Elect President

Bernyce Ford of La Mesa,
Calif., has been elected
president of the national
ladies auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans.
Mrs. Ford was educated
at Pace College in New
York.
She began her JWV
career 33 years ago, when
she joined White Plains
Auxiliary in New York. She
was president twice of her
auxiliary and later became
president of Westchester
County Council.
She was the chaplain of
the Department of New
BERNYCE FORD
York JWV and was na-
tional secretary. Mrs.
Ford was a national
guard in 1975, national
patriotic instructress, na-
tional chaplain, national
second junior vice DEPARTMENT OF
president, national first MICHIGAN LADIES
junior vice president and AUXILIARY will meet 8
national senior vice p.m. Sept. 17 at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
president.
She also has held numer- Home. Line R. Burnstein,
ous chairmanships, among department president, will
them hospital, fund raising give her report on the
and child welfare. JWVA convention.

Daitches Celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Ben
(Gladys) Daitch of South-
field will be honored at a
family gathering Sunday on
the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary. The
couple celebrated their an-
niversary Aug. 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Deitch have
been members of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek for more
than 40 years. Daitch has
THE DAITCHES
been active in the men's
club and Mrs. Deitch has Daitches have 11 grand-
been involved in sisterhood children.
activities.
A graduate of the Blood Pressure
forerunner of Wayne State
University, Mr. Daitch is a Tests for Seniors
retired pharmacist and
Blood pressure tests will
former owner of Medics be given at the Northgate
Pharmacy and Harmon Apts. club house, 1-3 p.m.
Drugs in Detroit. He is a Thursday.
member of the Aescula-
The tests are done each
pian Pharmaceutical Asso- month at the Northgate
ciation and the Perfection club house and the Lincoln
Lodge of the Masons.
Towers community room.
Mrs. Daitch attended
There is a charge of 50
the Cincinnati Conser-
vatory of Music. She is a cents. For appointment, call
the
Oak Park Senior Citizen
member of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the phar- Center:- 541-0900 or 968-
0029.
_
maceutical society. She
Senior citizens over age
also is a member of
60 may obtain discount
Hadassah.
Joining their parents for cards issued by the Oakland
the celebration are their Livingston Human Service
children: Dr. and Mrs. Agency.
Harold Daitch, Mr. and
Pictures will be taken and
Mrs. Marvin Daitch and Mr. cards issued at the Lincoln
and Mrs. Ronald (Rena) Towers Apts. 1-3 p.m. Sept.
Meyers. The senior 16. !

The Hebrew Immigrant
Aid Society was established
in the United States in 1902

by members of the Voliner
Zhitomirer Aid Society, a
landsmanschaft group. '

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