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MOTES CHETIM ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT, INC:
Temple Israel Sisterhood's
election meeting ' will be held
April 14 at 11 a.m. in the
sanctuary of the temple.
Detroit News columnist
George Cantor will speak on
"Why Can't the Press Ever Get
It Right?" Admission to the pro-
gram is included with a ticket to
the Sisterhood's Spring Art Fair.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door. Call the temple for infor-
Cantor wall graduated from
Wayne State University with a
degree in journalism. Following
graduation he worked for the
Detroit Free press for 14 years.
In 1977, he joined The Detroit
News and began writing a col-
umn that now runs four times a
week. In addition, Cantor does a
daily radio commentary for
WWJ and is a featured televi-
sion commentator weekly on
He also has written three
books on travel — The Great
Lakes Guidebook. He has been
to Israel and Germany on spe-
Temple Israel Sisterhood's
Gala 35 starts with a cham-
pagne preview on. April 12 and
runs through April 14.
(FUNDS FOR PASSOVER)
We wish to thank the many contributors to the Moies Chetim Fund.
THIS YEAR more than any other year, the NEED IS GREATER!
MANY PEOPLE ARE UNEMPLOYED,
MANY NEW NAMES HAVE BEEN ADDED
TO OUR LISTS INCLUDING RUSSIAN IM-
MIGRANTS AND OTHER COUNTRIES.
Cost of living is up.
Through a grant from the
Michigan Department of Labor,
the Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop has
begun the fifth year of a Dis-
placed Homemaker Program for
individuals nftri eos.m Wayne and
Displaced: homemakers are
women who, through divorce,
separation, widowhood or disa-
bilitY of spouse, have lost their
source of economic support.
This special on-going program
offers vocational assessment,
vocational counseling, job-
seeking skills and job placement
assistance. Eligibility is based
status. There are no income
We not only assist the needy families, we also
supply the many Hospitals and Mental Institu-
tions, in the State of Michigan, with foods for
One of the finest and most meaningful as-
pects of the Passover Holiday is the remem-
brance of the less fortunate who are in need
of special help. We URGENTLY request that
you please mail your contribution to:
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MOLES CHETIM ORGANIZATION
OF DETROIT 9 INC •
Mr. Morris Dorn, President
Morrey Gould, vice-president & treas.
Abraham Satovsky, vice president
Mrs. Samuel Leve, fin. secy.
Ben Weisman, ex. secy.
25165 Biarritz Circle Apt.,C, Oak Park, MI 48237
A Happy Purim & Joyous. Passover to All
For inforrnation,, cal Sherri