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May 29, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, May 29, 1970

JNF Women Lunch Nets $54,000 in Bonds

Sinai Women Elect
Mrs. Hauser President

Seven new officers and 18 board
members were elected to two-year
terms by Sinai Hospital's 5,000-
member Women's Guild at its an-
nual meeting at Bnai David Syna-
gogue. President Mrs. I. Jerome
Hauser succeeds Mrs. Isadore
Winkelman.
Other officers
are Mrs. William
— —
A total of 954,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions was realized at
Frank and Mrs.
the Israel Bond sponsor champagne brunch for members of the Jew-
Mitchell Mande-
ish National Fund Women's Auxiliary, hosted by Mrs. William Nosan-
berg: vice presi-
dents: Mrs. Joel
chuk- Shown are (from left) Mrs. Samuel Hamburger, chairman of
Josephson, finan-
the Israel Fashion Festival-Luncheon, to be held noon Monday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Mrs. Pearl Nosan, a leader in the Israel Bond
cial secretary;
Campaign and in the JNF, who started the series of brunches three
Mrs. Roger Elt-
years ago, which her family has continued; Mrs. Harold M. Nosan,
linger. assistant
who
sponsored the brunch two years ago; Henry Levy, former JDC
financial secre-
director, guest speaker; Mrs. Nosanchuk, the hostess; Mrs. Douglas
tary; Mrs. Sam-
uel Silver. treas-
Schubot, hostess last year; and Mrs. Albert Posen, president of the
JNF women. Mrs. Schubot is Pearl Nosan's daughter and Mrs. Harold
urer: and Miss
M. Nosan and Mrs. William Nosanchuk are daughters-in-law.
Sylvia Winer, as-
sitant treasurer.
Elected to the
Mrs. Hauser
board of directors for first two-
year terms are Mesdames Morris
Adler, Jerry Efros, Samuel Katz,
Isadore Kutinsky, Mitchell Mande-
Mrs. Paul Shapiro, 20489 Ward,
berg, Milton Morris and Bernard a life member of the American
Rose and Miss Sylvia Winer.
Medical Center at Denver. 40 years
Board members elected to sec- and president for 28 years, has
been presented
ond two-year terms are Mesdames
with a plaque
Samuel Barnett, Sidney Bertin,
frdm
Mrs. George
Samuel Cherrin, John Frazer, Mau-
Edelson of the
rice Klein and Samuel Klein.
American Medic-
Board members elected to third
al Center.
two-year terms are Mesdames
The plaque
Robert Dunsky, Samuel Silver,
reads:
"In appre-
Ismar Sparberg and Sidney Winer.
cia t ion for out-
standing services
to the American
Medical Cen t e r
at Denver, Colo-
rado, founded as
Mrs. Shapiro
JCRS in a mission for cancer's de-
by
At the Israel Bond sponsor
feat—to honor Mrs. Paul (Minnie)
luncheon and recital hosted by
Shapiro for a lifetime of service to
Mrs. Maxwell Jospey (shown) at
the Detroit Auxiliary, American
Candids Exclusively
her home on Fairway Hills Drive,
Medical Center at Denver."
in Franklin, Menachem Meir,
585-7851
Mrs. Shapiro. 83, has found it
cellist, son of Israel Prime Min-
necessary to discontinue monthly
ister Golda Meir, was featured
meetings because the group mem-
in a r ec it a 1. Mrs. Morris
bership is down to just a few
Handmade in Miami, Florida
("Goldie") Adler, who will com-
ladies. Although in retirement.
mentate the fashion extravagan-
Mrs. Shapiro continues to secure
za noon Monday, at Cong.
and send contributions to the cen-
Shaarey Zedek, addressed the
ter for aiding needy patients in
women at the luncheon which
their fight against TB and cancer.
brought pre-fashion show Israel
Bond sales to 9100,000.
TWENTY PER CENT
The fashion show, which will
TA7- _ _14;
feature the Detroit premiere of
CHEAPER
I
the latest original creations of
'BUY THE BOX'
Israel's world famous designers,
GOODMAN - SACHERMAN: The
also will show the 1970 styles by
newlywed Sheldon Roy Goodmans
10 of Israel's leading ready-to-
OAK
are at home in Los Angeles fol-
wear
firms.
PARK
icr
-
lowing a Carmel, Calif., honey-
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan
moon. The bride, the former Lynda
will present their ninth annual
TOBACCONIST
L. Sacherman, is the daughter of
"Star of Israel" diamond crea-
Custom Blended Pipe Tobacco
Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Sacherman
tion as a prize at the fashion
21178 GREENFIELD ROAD
of Van Nuys. Her husband is the
show,
which will be preceded by
in Green.-8 Shopping Center
son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Good-
a luncheon. The fashion festival
Open Evenings 1 Sundays
man bf Prairie Ave.
is the highlight of the Israel
PACKAGE LIQUOR DEALER
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None but the brave can live with
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Folk Chorus Set
for ,June 7 Concert

The Jewish Folk Chorus, under
the direction of Harvey: Schreih-
man, will feature Marjorie Gordon
and Cantor Louis Klein in a per-
formance of the Ronch-Heifetz can-
tata "In the Desert." 8 p.m. June
7 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral of
Masonic Temple.
The chorus's 45th concert also
will include Yiddish. English and
Hebrew songs.
For tickets, call Walter Litt, BR
2-0330, or obtain them at the box
office the evening of the perfor-
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Shavuot Flower Sale
Women's League Project

Continuing a Shavuot tradition,
the Women's Orthodox League will
sell fresh-cut carnations and pot-
ted mum plants.
Mrs. Arthur Gold and Mrs. Sam
uel Shoenig, flower committee
chairmen, announced that orders
for the Shavuot flowers may be
made by calling them at 543-6583
or 863-9410, respectively.
Funds raised through this pro-
] ject are used to further the activi-
ties of the organization, including
direction and maintenance of the
mikva facilities in Oak Park.

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