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June 11, 1982 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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56 Friday, June 11, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Windsor JNF Cites 'Women of Valor'

Alzheimer Unit Plans to Gather

The Southfield Al-
zheimer's Family Support
Group will hold a public
meeting 7:30 p.m. Monday
in the Donald Kaump Room
(7D) of Providence Hospital.

per Dental Hygiene." The
public is invited free of
charge.

The Jewish community of
Windsor will tender a
Negev Testimonial Dinner
What to others are disap- to three "Women of Valor"
pointments are to believers "for their outstanding con-
intimations of the way of tributions in public service
Dental hygienist Susan God.
on behalf of local and over-
—John Newton seas causes" July 7 at Shaar
Berman will speak on "Pro-
Hashomayim Synagogue,,
under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund.
Judge Carl Zalev,
Windsor
JNF president,
by
said the dinner chairman is
Melvin Sorffer, president of
JNF in Ontario and a
former president of the local
• Bar Mitzvas • Weddings
JNF Council.
The proceeds from the
Parties For All Occasions
Negev Dinner will further
the creation of "Galil
Canada," a section of 14 new
settlements now being es-
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where a specific develop-
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Ms. Cohen, the first
treasurer Of Junior
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Sisterhood, Bar-Ilan
University and Mizrachi •
Windsor Jewish Community "Women of
Women's Organization.
honorees are, from left: Malke Yuzpe, Helen
She also is involved with and Molly Cohen. The women will be honored at a ,
the Art Gallery of Windsor, July 7 dinner on behalf of the Jewish National Fund.
* * *
Windsor Jewish Commu-
nity Centre, Friendship ment of the University of in Windsor.
Club, Windsor Symphony, Windsoi.
She has held the position
Windsor Senior Citizens,
_She is affiliated with of recording secretary since
Women's ORT, Music Study Shaar Hashomayim the formation of the local's
Club of Detroit, I.O.D.E. Synagogue and Sisterhood, group in 1968, and was hon-
Hospital Auxiliary and the Pioneer Women, Jewish ored by JNF in 1977 with
Batya Miriam Chapter of Community Council, and is the Bernard Bloomfield
Mizrachi of which she has a founding member of JNF Medal.
been president since 1970.
She is a founding member
and a vice president of the
JNF of Windsor.
was
Glaser
Mrs.
president of the Ada
To all my friends and relatives for their
Maimon Chapter of Pioneer
Women, a vice president
and founding member of
concern and good wishes during my re-
-JNF in Windsor, the I.L.
Peretz Mothers' Club and
cent illness.
the Women's Division of the
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United Jewish Appeal. An
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
auditorium was dedicated
by Histadrut to Mr. and .
.Mrs. Glaser in a high school
in Tiberias.
Mrs. Yuzpe is the daugh-
ter of a talmudic scholar and
grammarian. She is a stu-
dent of classical and biblical
Hebrew, midrashic com-
mentaries and acrostic
medieval liturgical poetry.
Holding a degree in
linguistic studies from
Div. of Fanab Inc.
_ Sorbonne University in
Paris, she dedicated her
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THANK YOU

BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN

ABBE A. LEVI

OPTICIAN GOOD GLASSES

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BNAI DAVID MEN'S
CLUB will have its annual
picnic 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun-
day at the Oak Park Major
Park pavilion. There will be
games, prizes and refresh- _
meats.- The men's club will
play baseball with the Talit
and Tefilin Club.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
AND TEMPLE BETH EL
BROTHERHOODS will
host a special screening of
"Annie" 1 p.m. June 20 at
the Americana Theater.
Popcorn and soft drinks are
included in the admission
fee. Proceeds will benefit
the temple brotherhoods.
For tickets, call Temple Is-
rael, 661-5700; Temple
Emanu-El, 967-4020; or
Temple Beth El, 851-1100.,

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