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September 18, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Artist Edna Hibel to Appear
at Hadassah Art Sale Sunday

Annette Meskin, left, president of the Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah, and Marilyn Ash, chairman of
the day, are pictured with one of the Edna Hibel
lithographs to be displayed at the Hadassah program
Sunday at Gallery Art Center.

Hadassah projects in the
U.S. and in Israel will bene-
fit from the art sale to be
sponsored by the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah 1 p.m. Sunday at
the Gallery Art Center.

American artist Edna
Hibel will appear at the sale
and will unveil a new work
which she has dedicated to
Hadassah.
-For details call the Gal-
lery Art Center, 557-0595.

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Evelyn Rosen, left, president of Shoshanim Chap- .
ter of Pioneer Women, and her mother, Doris I. Chan-
dler, prepare for the women's semi-annual canister
drive to benefit Israeli children.

Mina Herman, Greater
Detroit Council Pioneer
Women canister chairman,
announces that the semi-
annual drive will be held on
Sunday, Monday and Tues-
day.
The drive, which is held
throughout the metropoli-
tan area, raises funds for
the support of 20,000 chil-
dren in Na'amat-Pioneer
Women day care centers
and day-night homes

throughout Israel.
Child care centers main-
tained in Israel by Pioneer
Women cater to the needs of
children whose mothers
work or attend school. The
day-night homes provide for
orphans, children un-
wanted by their parents, or
those whose homes are un-
suitable for proper nurtur-
ing due to parents being
mentally or physically in-
capacitated.

Conservative Women to Meet

JEWELRY
Keller, executive director,
of Jewish Association for
APPRAISALS
Retarded Citizens; Elaine
Heavenrich, author of
"Question in Search of an
AMEii\c".
At Very Reasonable Rates
Answer"; and Denise
642 - 5575
Goldman, Jewish Voca-
call for an appointment
tional Service. The panel
also will include Martha
Oleinick, branch chairman,
est. 1919
adult education.
Ahronheim,
Judy
president of Beth Israel
30400 Telegraph Roaa
Sisterhood, said lunch-
Suites 104, 134
will be served at a
Birmingham, Mi. 48010
Women Sponsor eon
nominal charge.
(313) 642-5575
For reservations, call
Square Dance
LAWRENCE M.-ALLAN
Andi Richey, 1-971-6489; or
Beth Shalom Sisterhood Blanche Bauman, 557-
will sponsor a square dance
GEMOLOGIST
t LOGIST
or sisterhood
Preden
DISi
AMONTO
0478;
9 p.m. Oct. 10 in the
presidents.
synagogue.
Wayne Ball will be the
caller. A kosher chicken
buffet dinner will be served.
Advance paid reservations
are due Oct. 5. Reservations
399-9699
should be mailed to Beth
13905 W. 9 MILE, 3 Blks. W. of Coolidge • Oak Park
Shalom, 14601 Lincoln,
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. • CLOSED SATURDAYS • SUN. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
.
. OPEN
Oak Park, 48237.

Branch,
Michigan
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism, will
hold their first meeting of
the season 10:30 a.m. Mon'-
day at Cong. Beth Israel in
Ann Arbor,• 2000
Washtenaw.
President Myra Karse
announces that a panel dis-
cussion will be held con-
cerning "Special People."
Panelists include: Joyce

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BALE AUXILIARY will
a program of
readings by the Michigan
Metaphysical Society 7:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. Refreshments will be
served. Friends are invited.

present

• •
Class Offered
CHARLES SHAPIRO
Esther Tarnoff Cooper
AUXILIARY AND POST will teach an eight-week
will have their annual offi-
course in "Jewish Art" at
cers potluck dinner 7:30
the Southfield Community
p.m. Saturday in the home
Education Center, 18575 W.
of Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Plis-
Nine Mile, Southfield
kow, 13141 Oak Park Blvd., (Brace-Lederle School), 7
Oak Park. For details, call
p.m. Thursdays beginning
the Pliskows, 399-1546;
Oct. 15.
Cindy Apel, 968-4796; or Iry
The course will cover the
Keller, 357-0623.
changes that have occurred
The auxiliary will have a
in the development of
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in Jewish art from Moses to
the home of Junior Vice modern times.
President Apel, 25415 Briar
Mrs. Cooper is a member
Dr., Oak Park. Members of the speakers bureau of
who cannot attend should the Detroit Institute of Arts,
call Ms. Apel, 968-4796; or an artist and has been an
President Shirley Schlus- instructor at Oakland
sel, 541-1251.
Community College.
To register, call the
The auxiliary will service
D.J. Healy Children's Home Southfield Community
Sunday. To volunteer, call Education Center, 354-
Ida Glass, 545-1063. 7456.

For details, call Sylvia
Abramowitz, 968-3459; Isa
Medow, 544-3120; or Jean-
nette Eizelman, 398-2940.
The public is invited. There
is a charge per person.

• MINIMUM ORDER $100.00

Pioneer Women Canister
Drive Aids Israeli Kids

JWV

LT. ROY GREEN AUX-
ILIARY will service the
Northland Geriatric Center
1:30 p.m. Tuesday. The
patients will be treated to
games and refreshments.
Chairman is Mamie Sim-
rod. For details, call Mrs.
Simrod, 557-0923.

Friday, September 18, 1981 55

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 2. The
deadline for local news,
display advertising and
classified display is
noon Friday, Sept. 25.
The deadline for reg-
ular classified is noon
Monday, Sept. 28.
Early deadlines for
the issue of Oct. 9 are:
Friday, Oct. 2, for local
news and display ad-
vertising; Monday, Oct.
5, for classified display;
and 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
6, for regular classified.

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