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June 17, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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Yeshivah Ladies
Plan Luncheon

PREVIEWING SPRING '88 FEATURING
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IN DOWNTOWN WINDSOR

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on eitheit\ side of the border!

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Is Named

406 Pelissier St.

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straight thru 1st intersection,
turn left into parking garage.

Mon: Sat.
9:30-5:30
Fri. 9:30-8:00
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Mrs. Leo Laufer, president
of the Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah, invites friends
to a luncheon meeting on
Thursday at noon at the
yeshivah building. The lunch-
eon is sponsored by Mrs.
Laufer and Mrs. Edith Weiss
to wish their great-niece,
Devorah, a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Ilona Dick is also a spon-
sor honoring the arrival of a
new grandson.
Cantor Louis Klein will
provide musical entertain-
ment. Hostesses for the
meeting will be Mrs. Annie
Barcless, Mrs. Rosa Grunfeld,
Mrs. Weiss and Mrs. Leah
Yoffe.

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HE'S ADORABLE
AND VALUABLE
TOO!

Ruth Pecherer, former
Detroiter, has been re-elected
president of Na'amat USA,
Broward Council, Fla. Mrs.
Pecherer was president of
Israel Chapter, Na'amat USA,
Greater Detroit Council. Also
named to serve on the
Broward Council are former
Detroiters Mildred Weiss,
Estelle Rappaport and Bess
Frumin.

Women Hold
Dinner Meeting

Shoshanim Chapter of
Na'amat USA will hold a
membership meeting on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
home of Rose Lynn Schindler,
7423 Westbury, West Bloom-
field. This will be a potluck
dinner. There is no charge.
Guests are invited. For infor-
mation call Mrs. Schindler,
661-3978.

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Board Meeting

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The final board meeting of
Sharona Chapter, Na'amat
USA, will be held in the home
of Rosa Berger, 28327
Ridgebrook, Farmington
Hills, 624-9199, on Tuesday
at 7 p.m.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1988

Women Hold
Annual Dinner

Galilee Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its
annual paid up membership
dinner on June 29 at 7:30
p.m. in the Laurel Woods club
house.
President Elaine Meyers
announces that the "Bintel
Brief," a collection of
humorous letters from the

Lower East side, will be
presented by Aim Kaplan. For
reservations call Jackie
Beigler, 559-6516.

Louis Brandeis
Chapter Meets

Louis D. Brandeis Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women, invites
guests to its meeting on
Wednesday at noon at Knob
Woods Club House. Frieda
Massover, chairman of the
day, announces lunch will be
served at a nominal charge.
Evelyn Berger, vice president
of progress, announces the
Birmingham Rainbow Con-
nectors wil entertain. For
reservations, call Ethel
Klavon, 968-0535, or Pearl
Smaller, 357-3159.

NEWS

Court Upholds
Exemptions

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
High Court of Justice turned
down an appeal by attorney
Yehuda Ressler against the
exemption of yeshivah stu-
dents from army service, a
practice that has been in ef-
fect since the early days of the
State of Israel.
However, Justice Aharon
Barak wrote in the ruling
that the appellant did have a
standing in the case, and that
the issue was subject to a
judicial ruling.
The defense minister, said
Barak, had authority to
"defer" the enlistment of
yeshivah students as long as
he deemed fit, for whatever
the defense minister's reason-
ing.
The exemption of yeshivah
students has been a contro-
versial issue, ever since Prime
Minister and Defense Minis-
ter David Ben-Gurion
granted the first exemptions.

MP Charges
Britain Blew Up
Survivors' Ships

London (JTA) — A new
British spy book written by
Michael Allason, a Conser-
vative member of Parliament
who writes under the name
Nigel West, contends that
British secret service officers
blew up nearly a dozen ships
in which Jewish concentra-
tion camp survivors were to
be smuggled into Palestine in
1947.
In addition, the book, entitl-
ed "The Friends," hints at
rumors that one or more ships
loaded with refugees may
have been blown up at sea,

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