THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 21, 1984
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RELIGION IN THE NEWS:
9:05 a.m. Sunday, CKWW (580),
Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut is the
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Helen Naimark, left, executive director of the Jewish Federation
Apartments, looks on as JFA residents Anne Katlein and Eva Meister
present a check for the 1985 Allied Jewish Campaign to Janet Levine,
accepting on behalf of the Jewish Welfare Federation.
LT. ROY F. GREEN POST
AND AUXILIARY will continue
its 35-year tradition of servicing
the patients at the Veterans Hos-
6692 t lrehard Lk. Rd.
(V. v..' Bloomfield Plaza)
West Bloomfield 851-4.110
LITE YEARS AHEAD..
DEPARTMENT OF MICHI-
GAN LADIES AUXILIARY
will have a meeting Wednesday at
8 p.m. at the Jewish War Vete-
rans Memorial Home. President
Adele Simms will give a report on
the national executive committee
meeting held in Washington, D.C.
Various auxiliaries and posts will
service with refreshments, gifts,
entertainment the Allen Park
Battle and Creek Veterans Hospi-
The ladies and men's Depart-
ments will have a Chanukah
party at the JWV home on Satur-
day at 8 p.m. There will be re-
freshments, dancing to a live band
and Bertha Kole, the JWV secre-
tary for 26 years, will be honored.
The evening will feature a
Chanukah grab bag. For details.
call Ms. Simms, 358-1282.
W. Bloomfield 855-3430
pital at Battle Creek on Tuesday.
Fruit and clothing will be distrib-
uted and entertainment provided.
Post Commander is Nate Zeron
and auxiliary President is Ruth
Klein. To volunteer, call the
Jewish War Veterans headquar-
ters, 559-5680; or Zeron, 398-
FRIDAY, DEC. 21 Thru MONDAY, DEC. 24
INFANTS - TODDLERS - MATERNITY
NETWORK OF ANN ARBOR
announces the reservation dead-
line is Sunday for its second an-
nual New Year's Eve Party,
slated for Dec. 31. The evening
will begin with a movie followed
by a party in the home of Millie
Ostrowsky, 2501 Meade Ct., Ann
Arbor. There is a fee, and guests
are asked to bring their own bev-
erages. For details, call Ms. Os-
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