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October 02, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Phyllis Beaver Is Chairman of Magen David Adorn Dinner

Phyllis Beaver was
named chairman of the an-.
nual dinner-dance of the
Michigan Region of the
American Red Magen
David for Israe' to be held
6:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Dr. John J. Mames,
chairman of the Michigan
Region, MDA, stated that
the event will honor Mrs.
Samuel (Miriam) Ham-
burger.
Mrs. Beaver is the
president of Women's
Committee of the Michigan
Region of American Red
Magen David for Israel and
together with her husband
Dr. Harvey A. Beaver they
serve as officers of the Icoal
chapter. They were instru-
mental in securing funds
and sponsoring a room at
the Ashdod First Aid Center
in honor of the 60th wed-
ding anniversary of their
grandparents, the late Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Hankin
of Baltimore. The Beavers
are active members of Cong.

National Council of Jewish
Women, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Sinai Hospital
Guild, Mizrachi Women,
Hadassah (life member) and
is a Hebrew teacher at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Mrs. Beaver holds a BS
degree from University of
Maryland and a MA degree

Highs and Lows

PHYLLIS BEAVER

Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Beaver initiated
and developed the hav-
ura concept at Shaarey
Zedek and serves on
numerous committess of
the synagogue. She also
serves on various com-
mittees at Hillel Day
School, Detroit Women of
Alpha Omega and Israel
Bonds.
She is involved with the

George Cantor Is Chairman
of Women's Mah Jongg Event

George Cantor of the De-
troit News is the honorary
chairman of Degania Chap-
ter, Pioneer Women's, first
annual mah jongg tourna-
ment, to be held 7:45 p.m.
Oct. 15 at the . Southfield
Civic Center Parks and
Recreation Building.

secretaries; and Judy Zelt-
zer, treasurer.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Israeli Finance Ministry
says Israel's standard of liv-
ing rose 15 percent from
mid-1980 to March 1981,
despite high inflation.
However, Israel's foreign
debt also rose $2.4 billion to
a total of $17.7 billion.
The bright spot in the re-
port was a 23 percent in-
crease in exports to $10.5
billion

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A special Miriam Ham-
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being established.
Music will be provided by
Eric Rosenow and his Con-
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call American Red Magen
David, 353 - 0434; or Belle
Brenners, 353-3571.

Friday, October 2, 1981 41

It is right to be contented
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Chairman Linda Warner
announces that there will
be prizes.
Players are requested to
bring their own sets. There
is a charge. Advance tickets
are available from Ms.
Warner, 355-2545; and
Barbara Berris, 355-3426,
co-chairmen. Refreshments
will be served. Everyone is
welcome.
Proceeds will benefit
Pioneer Women Na'amat
day-care centers in Is-
rael.
The mah jongg tourna-
ment marks the first fund-
raising event sponsored by
the newly merged Ha-Omer
and Degania Chapters.
Officers are: Karen Be-
rris, president; Jacqueline
Zeff, executive vice
pitsident; Ms. Warner and
Judith Holtz, vice
Muriel
presidents;
Dworetsky, Carol Hillman
and Gwen Silverstein,

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total population of approx-
imately 6,000 and some
3,000 are released each
year.

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