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July 17, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1987

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Daily 10-5:30
T hurs. 10-7:00
Sat. 10-4:00

Naamat USA-Greater
Detroit Council will have its
annual spiritual adoption
luncheon July 30 at noon at
the Southfield Hilton hotel.
The luncheon is on behalf of
children in the organization's
day/night homes in Hadera,
Rehovot and Tel Aviv, Israel.
Paula Blanchard is honorary
chairman and Ruth L. Miller
is Greater Detroit Council
chairman.
In addition to Celebration
of Women Awards to be given
to three outstanding leaders
in the area of child welfare or
other work on behalf of
women, a special feature of
the afternoon will be the
presentation of a Perpetual
Scholarship to veteran
member Ida Katz. The
scholarship is being
presented on the occasion of
Mrs. Katz's 97th birthday by
her daughter Anna Brenner
of New York.
Ida Axelrod Katz was born
July 15, 1890, in a small
shtetl in Russia. In 1910, she
came with her family to
America and lived in New

Brandeis Plans
Book Sale

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Spiritual Adoption
Lunch For Naamat

The Brandeis University
National Women's Commit-
tee, Greater Detroit Chapter,
will have its annual used
book sale at the Tel-12 Mall
in Southfield Aug. 19-26. The
sale preview will be held at
9:30 p.m. on Aug. 19.
The Greater Detroit
Chapter raises the bulk of its
money at the annual book
sale.
The new presidium recent-
ly introduced to the chapter
includes: Beverly Baker, Dee
Fishman, Elaine Krohn and
Eleanor Roberts.
Mrs. Krohn and Florence
Finkelstein attended the
group's 39th annual con-
ference in Massachusetts.

Women Gather

A meeting of the David-
Horodoker Women's
Organization will be held at
noon Tuesday at the MCL
Restaurant, Tel-12 Mall,
Southfield.

Bicur Cholem
Meeting Planned

FINE JEWELERS

The Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization will hold a
regular meeting Monday at
11:30 at M.C.L. Restaurant
meeting room.

York. It was there she work-
ed in a shop as a seamstress
and where she met her hus-
band Barnet. They were mar-
ried for 69 years.
In 1917, Mr. and Mrs. Katz
came to Detroit and it was
here that they raised their six
children — three sons and
three daughters. Mrs. Katz at-
tended mothers' classes to
learn English, nutrition and
home nursing. For many
years she worked with her
husband in a store on the east
side of Detroit.
At the same time Mrs. Katz
was a volunteer in the Jewish
community, particularly for
Pioneer Women (now Naamat
USA), Club One. Mrs. Katz
can still be seen at her
favorite spot at Zeman's
Bakery during the annual
canister drives.

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Pool Party
For Women

Israel Chapter, Naamat
USA (Pioneer Women), will
have a pool party luncheon
for its members and friends
on Saturday at noon at the
home of Ruth Miller, 156
Lake Park Dr., Birmingham.
Poolside entertainment will
be provided by Bruce
McLauchlan, vocalist and
guitarist.
There is a nominal charge.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Miller, 647-5362; or Lee
Wagman, 855-3820.
Friends, guests and
husbands are welcome. All at-
tending should bring bathing
suits.

Women's Club
Meets Monday

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet at noon Monday in
the Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room.
Plans for the , installation
and August anniversary lun-
cheon will be discussed. Petite
luncheon will be served.

Hanita Meets
On 'Tuesday

Hanita
Chapter,
Naamat/USA, will have a
meeting on Tuesday, at 12:30
p.m. in the Naamat Meeting
Room in the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park.
The topic is "People's Cam-
paign for Choice." Hostesses

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