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November 06, 1987 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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GET READY FOR WINTER

At Eleven Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48076

Mobil'

Master Card • Visa
Discover • Am. Express

BERNIE SHERMAN

557.4220
SHELDON DZODIN

Towing Service Available
Certified Master Mechanics

Formerly of the Mobil at
9 and Coolidge

LIFESTYLES

26969 Greenfield

Senior Citizen Discount
10% OFF on Parts

FLUSH & FILL

Up to Two Gallons Anti-Freeze
$19.95 (good with coupon only)

PROFILE

Helen Singer: Part Of
Michigan's Sequiscentennial

Expires 11/13/87

TUNE UPS

FRONT OR
REAR BRAKES

4cyl.

Replace Pads or Shoes
Resurface Rotors or Drums
Repack Wheel Bearings /
Applicable

$3995

SYNAGOGUE: Temple Emanu-El, Temple

6cyl. $44 95
8 cyl. $49 95

$49.95

Israel

ORGANIZATIONS: Women's American

ORT (past president of Whitehall
Chapter), Brandeis University Women's
Association, honorary member of
Hannah Schloss Old Timers.

Most American cars
Cars with points extra

Most American Cars • Semi-metallic extra

STARTERS • ALTERNATORS • COOLING SYSTEMS • BELTS AND HOSES

FAVORITE BOOK: A Woman of Substance
by Barbara Tylor Bradford and The
Auerbach Will by Stephen Birmingham.

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your arrival for first 24 hour period.
(When purchasing our Special Low
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money saving way to travel. Limited
seating . . . Rates may vary according
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NAME: Helen Singer
AGE: "Somewhere between age 65 and

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Local Columnist

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Helen Singer will be included in a book
on 150 Michigan women
commemorating the Sequiscentennial.
This book contains the life stories of
150 important women and will be
placed in all Michigan libraries. Singer
will receive an award on Monday in
Lansing for her contributions.

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homemaker, past president of The
Jewish Community Center, Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch, 1981-86.

RESIDENCE: Southfield
FAMILY: Widow of the late Harry C.

Singer, original owner of Rite Way
Press. Her three children are William
Singer, Arlene Bravell and Lorraine
Militariu. She has ten grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

EDUCATION: "I never went further than
the eighth grade. I'm taking a creative
writing course at Southfield Adult
Education."

PHILOSOPHY: "I always look for the
bright side of life. I've tried hard to
make a life for myself after widowhood.
I reach out where people need me,
sometimes at the expense of my own
comfort."

HOBBIES: Writing, china painting and
making greeting cards.

BACKGROUND: Helen Cohen Singer was
born in Poland and came to the United
States as a child, settling in Toledo. She
married at age 15 and came to Detroit
with her husband, Harry C. Singer. For
many years she was a homemaker, but
she always managed to do volunteer
work. During World War II, she drove a
truck for the American Red Cross. "A
great joy was meeting Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt twice!' Singer met her when
she was responsible for overseeing the
selling of $13 million in war bonds. "It's
been a joy doing volunteer work, and
I'm always reaching out!'

TIDBITS

BBYO ENGAGEMENT

BBYO and AZA is a great
way for Jewish high school
students to socialize. It's
also a great way for young
adults to meet. JEFF
METZ and CINDY VI-
VIANO recently met at the
BBYO Elections Training
Conclave at Camp Maas.
Cindy was a new adviser
for Machar BBG and was
staffing her first BBYO con-
clave. Jeff serves as adviser
to Al Jolson AZA and also
serves as resident director
of Camp Tamarack in
Brighton. Shortly after the

conclave, the two began
dating and have announced
their engagement with
wedding plans for next
May.

WOMEN ACHIEVERS

The Torah Fund
Residence Halls Women of
Achievement Luncheon
recently honored 13 women
throughout Michigan from
Conservative congregations.
Honorees included EVA
BENJAMIN, MYRA
KARSE, SARAH ROWIN,
LEAH WOLIN, ANNE
HELLER, ANN WEPMAN,

CELIA DAVIDOFF, BER-
THA RUBEN, SOPHIE
PEARLSTEIN, SHAR-
LENE UNGER, ESTELL
WAINER, JOAN PRO-
VIZER and BEA MONDRY.
The luncheon was held at
Adat Shalom, and
Sisterhood President PAM
SALBA was on hand to
make sure everything went
smoothly. Many proud fami-
ly members attended in-
cluding attorney GERALD
ROWIN. Rowin's descrip-
tion of his mother, Sarah,
easily pertains to the other
honorees: "She's a doer, and

she's very adventuro ;."

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