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May 15, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-15

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Federation Women's Division to Hold
Annual Election Meeting on May 27

Members of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation will gather for its annual
meeting, 1 p.m. May 27 at the Jew-
ish Center.
. Every woman who has contri-
buted to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund —
there are 10,000 of them this year
— is a member in good standing
of the division and is invited to
the meeting, Mrs. Joseph H. tack-
ier, president, said.
A special feature of the meet-
ing will be "The Goldie Adler
Show," with Mrs. Morris Adler
interviewing women volunteers
from two generations.
A sherry party will follow the
program which includes the pres-
ident's report by Mrs. Jackier,
and a report on the results of ac-
tivities of the fund-raising efforts
of women on behalf of the 1970
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund.

Election of members to the
board of directors and new officers
for the 1970-1971 period will be
held. Nominated as officers of the
division are: Mrs. Max Stollman,
president; Mrs. N. Brewster Bro-
der, Mrs. Norman Naimark, Mrs.
George Stutz and Mrs. Ben Moss-
man, vice presidents.
Mrs. Merle Harris has been nom-
inated for recording secretary and
Mrs. William L. Deutsch for cor-
responding secretary.
Nominated for election to the

board of directors are Mesdames
Paul Borman, Arthur Gould, John
Greenberg, Lewis Grossman, Mau-
rice Kurzman, Nathan Peterman,
Sheldon D. Stern, Daniel E. Cohn,
John N. Grekin, I. Jerome Hauser,
Miles Jaffe, Barney L. Keywell,
Julien Priver, Norman Rosenfeld
and Samuel Schiff.
Nominated to the advisory serv-
ice council are Mesdames Herman
August, Benjamin Jones, Harry E.
August, Abraham Cooper and Sey-
mour Frank.

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Members of the jubilee committee of Kinneret Chapter, Pioneer
Women, are planning the group's 20th anniversary event and in-
stalling for June 17,at Raleigh House. The committee includes (from

left) seated: Mesdames Esther Nusbaum, Sarah Kanter and Rebecca

Warren; standing: Mesdames Frances Driker, Tanya Berman, Lilly
Stollman, Rebecca Cohen, Ruth Gosman and Frances Shayne. In
honor of the occasion, Kinneret Chapter will donate a substantial
gift to Magen David Adom, the Israeli red cross service. New mem-
bers will be welcomed in a ceremonial candle-lighting service, and
violinist Sadie Braver will present a musical program, accompanied

by Lillian Zellman. Mrs. Norman Leemon, national board member
of Pioneer Women, will be guest speaker.

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Rabbi Alan W. Miller of the
Society for the Advancement of
of the Reconstructionist to the
Judaism will discuss "Approaches series. He is a member of the
to Modernism" as the third in the
executive board of the Recon-
series of Midrasha Institute lec-
structionist Magazine and visit-
tures, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
ing
lecturer at the Reconstruc-
United Hebrew Schools Southfield
tionist Rabbinical College in
campus complex.
Philadelphia.
Theme of the lectures is "Philos-
A native of England, Rabbi
ophy in an Age of Crisis—Jewish Miller was educated at Jews' Col-
Views."
lege, London and
Author of a number of works,
Ralliol College,
including "God of Daniel S,"
Oxford. His doc-
toral thesis at
the University of
London was
"Studies in the
Concept of Torah

Judith Haftka to Marry

Mr. Jack Allyn Nolish

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South West Essex Reform Syna-
gogue.
He has occupied the pulpit of the
Sociey for the Advancement of
Judaism, mother synagogue of the
Reconstructionist movement, since
1961. He is a naturalized citizen
of the United States.

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Kosses' nniversa iy
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Bereznitzer Aid Society will
ceiebrate the 50th wedding anni-
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Koss May 28 at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Koss was an organizer of the
society. His wife, Bessie, is the
daughter of Sam and Esther Wit-
late Fred Nolish.
Miss Haftka is a senior at Oak- tus, who also were organizers.
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Nolish is a recent graduate. He Oak Park, have three children,
will attend Wayne State Univer- Jean; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Koss;
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