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May 07, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Mrs. Marshall Miller
Hadassah to Instail
'Heads State Federation
Detroit Chapter
of Temple Sisterhoods
Mrs. Marshall M. Miller, past Officers at Meeting

president of Temple Beth El Sis-
terhood, was installed by Dr. Rich-
ard C. Hertz as president of the
Michigan State Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods' District 11 at the
recent convention at Michigan
State University.
Others elected
were Mesdames
Joseph Maltzer
of Temple Erna-
nu - El, Maurice
Stromberg of
Bnai Israel, Mus-
kegon, Sam Hor-
owitz of Temple
Emanuel, Grand
Rapids, and Paul
Mrs. Miller
Monchnick, Tem-
ple Israel, vice presidents; Her-
man Holinstate of Temple Beth El,
corresponding secretary; and
David Davidson, of Temple Beth
Am, treasurer.
Mrs. Holinstat and Mrs. J. Leon
Gittlen were chairmen of work-
shops at the two-day convention,
concerned with social action, pro-
gram planning, youth and leader-
ship development.

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Mrs. Max M. Honeyman, 19990
Robson, will be honored with a
Doorbell Award noon Monday at
the annual luncheon of Women
for the United Foundation (WUF)
in the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel
ballroom.
Mrs. Robert VanderKloot, WUF
chairman of volunteer recognition,
wwill present the award. The Door-
bell Awards are
presented tofive
women volun-
teers who are
representative in
their dedication
to the Torch
Drive.
The award is
an engraved wal-
nut plaque in the
form of a minia-
Mrs. Honeyman ture door adorn-
ed with a tiny doorbell.
Peg Bracken, authoress and
humor columnist, will be luncheon
speaker.

The annual election and instal-
lation of officers of Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah will be held 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at Raleigh House.
Preceding the business meeting,
a subscription luncheon will be
served. For reservations, call the
Hadassah office, BR. 3-5441.
Mrs. Samuel Rhodes will de-
liver the invocation, and Mrs. Max
L. Lichter, out-going president,
will give the annual report and
her closing address. Mrs. Samuel
Schaflander will present the slate
of officers. Mrs. William B. Isen-
berg will conduct the installation
ceremony.
An original skit, "The Quota
Capers," written especially for
this occasion by Mrs. Leslie
Slimier, will be presented by the
Eleanor Roosevelt Group Players
under the direction of Mrs. Sid-
ney J. Winer.
In the cast are Mesdames Shel-
don Dulberg, Sidney Feldman, El-
liott Folbe, Paul Gould, Stewart
Gottlieb, Michael Heideman, Mi-
c•ael Hartz, Sam Katz, Arlene
Levenson, Richard C. Rosenthal,
Elroy Woolf and Herbert Pont, ac-
The Choral Group of the Music
companist. Mrs. Harold Hoffman, Study Club will present its year-
vice president, arranged the pro- end concert 12:30 p.m. May 18 at
gram.
the International Institute.
Preceded by a dessert luncheon,
Fannie Gluck Luncheon the program will offer diversified
Fannie Gluck Chapter of Mizra- fare—from a Romanian folk song
chi Women will hold its donor to a Negro spiritual; from a
luncheon noon Tuesday at Cong. "Blues" song to a modern Israeli
Bnai Moshe.
"hora;" from Moussorgsky to
Gould.
Don Frahman is director of the
PHOTOGRAPHY by
30-member group and Rose Bassin
BERNARD H.
Stein, accompanist. Mrs. Jack
Sauls is chairman of the day. -
Featured on the program will be
Edith Heladjoff, 15-year-old vio-
linist. who won the Stillman-Kelly
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