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May 14, 1971 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-05-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Citth activities

ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD,
at its installation Monday at the
synagogue, installed the following
board members: Mesdames Her-
man Avrin, Jacob Axelrod, Louis
Barden, Thomas Barnett, Harold
Barron, Fred Benderoff, Harold
I3Iumenstein, Morris Botwin, Philip
Cameron, Herman Canner, Abe
Cherrin, Jack Diamond, Robert
Dunsky, Barney Golden, Jacob
Kahn, Ira G. Kaufman, Samuel
Kobaker, Simon Krasner, Rudolph
Leitman, Norman Leemon, David
J. Miller, Harry Portner, Morris
Posner, Gerald Ross, Morris Sam-
uels, Sidney Schwartz. Nathan
Starman, Harry Steinberg, Alfred
Stern and William Zimmerman.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS is seeking volunteers
for its door-to-door march Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday. Chairmen
Mrs. Harry Cohen and Mrs. Jerry
Sprague said scores of workers are
needed to call on their neighbors
for funds to support the free, non-
sectarian medical center in the
treatment of cancer, leukemia and
diseases of the heart, blood and
chest. Volunteers are asked to
contact Mrs. Cohen, LI 8-3712, or
Mrs. Sprague, 358-0258.

TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
; TER, Women's American ORT,
installed officers at its annual
mother-daughter installation din-
ner Tuesday. Officers are the
following: Mesdames Gerald Sal-
Ian, president; Gordon Abel, James
Gottfurcht, David Lipschutz, Leo
Schoenfeld, Lee Weisberg, Gerald
Weinstein, Jack Finkelstein and
Leo Papp, vice presidents; Louis
Viedrah, treasurer; and Sol Cash,
Joseph Cohen and Irving Barit,
secretaries.

Shavuot Deadline

Because the second day of
Shavuot will be on Monday,
May 31, The Jewish News
has scheduled an early dead-
line for the issue of Friday,
June 4. All copy must be in
our hands by noon Friday,
May 28, or it will be con-
sidered too late to „publish.

•CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Carlyle Tower Apartments club-
house. Israel's 23rd anniversary
will be celebrated with community
singing, led. by Cecile Plafkin.
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio- Brunch will be served. Friends are
neer Women, will hold a special invited.
program, featuring slides of Israel
TH
LADIES OF YESHIVA
taken by Isabelle Slutsky, noon
Monday at Northgate Apartments YEHUDAH and WOMENS SAB-
recreation hall. Refreshments will BATH LEAGUE will hold a lunch-
be served, and President Clara eon meeting noon Wednesday at
Sherizen invites members to bring Shomrey E m u n a h Synagogue.
Sponsoring this luncheon are Mrs.
guests.
Rose Grossman and Mrs. Jennie
TEMPLE BETH JACOB SIS- Marianni. Guest speaker will be
TERHOOD, Pontiac, will hear Rabbi Avrohom Freedman of the
Rochester Schools psychologist Dr. Yeshiva. Hostesses are Mesdames
Sonya Friedman discuss "Happi- Walter Epstein, Harold Kaplan,
ness Is a Thing Called High" 12:30 Solomon Oppen and Becky Gendel-
p.m. Tuesday at the temple. Elec- man. Friends are invited.
*
tion of officers and the constitu-
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
tion revision also will take place.
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30 p.m.
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT Saturday at the home of Mrs.
CLUB will hold a games party Yisroel Polter, 24261 Kipling.
noon Monday at the Whitehall Guest speaker will be Rabbi Bet-
Apartments club room. Luncheon zalel Gotlieb, announce Mesdames
will be served, and friends are Rachel Kagan and Fay Kranz,
welcome. Hostesses will be Mes- chairmen.
dames Belle Cohen, Fanny Fried-
man, Helen Greenberg, Dorothy
Sweet and Ray Wienman. For Zena Harman Head
tickets, call Mrs. Harry Brown,
of Hadassah College
chairman, 352-9174.

GREENFIELD S C H A E F E R
GROUP, Hadassah, will install
officers at a luncheon 12:15 p.m.
Tuesday at Hadassah House.
"Fiddler on the Roof" will be pre-
sented by the Hadassah Traveling
Troupe, directed by Mrs. Jack
Abramson, with Mrs. George Ker-
win, pianist. Guests are invited.

Advisory Group

VERA BRAMSON CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will hold
its annual installation luncheon
noon Monday at the home of Mrs.
David Tapper, 23071 Beverly, Oak
Park. For reservations, call Mrs.
Tapper, 968-2067.

Detroit Socialites, an organiza- will be held June 13 at the Holiday
tion for singles age 35 and Inn, Southfield. For information,
up, will hold its annual "May call Bertha Feinberg, 352-4778.
Dance" 9 p.m. Saturday at Berk-
ley Masonic Temple.
Dance music will be provided by
the "Johnny C" Orchestra, an-
Leave Everything to Us
nounces Meyer Green, program
chairman. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
The installation dinner-dance

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Zena Harman — sociologist,
writer, educator — and wife of
Ambassador Avraham Harman,
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, has accepted
the chairmanship of the Hadas-
sah Community College Advi-
sory Committee in Israel. Mrs.
Benjamin E. Gottesman, national
chairman of the Hadassah Israel
Education Services made the
announcement. The college, with
a first semester enrollment of
125 students, emphasizes general
education as well as occupation-
al training.

Mrs. Edward R. Litten, presi-
dent of the Michigan Association
of Hospital Auxiliaries. will speak
on "Volunteering is Caring" at
the annual lunch-
eon meeting of
the Sinai Hospital
Women's Guild
noon, May 21,
at K n o 11 wood
Country Club.
A check to sup-
port Sinai's re-
search program,
raised by the
Guild gift shop
will be presented Mrs. Litten
by Dr. Julien Priver, executive
vice president of Sinai Hospital.
Funds totaling $210,000 have been
donated for research by the Guild.
Elections of some officers and
board members will be held, while
others will complete the remain-
der of their two-year terms. Mrs.
I. Jerome Hauser remains as
president.
Mrs. Morris Adler, a member
of the Guild's board of directors,
will be chairman of the days
events.

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Mrs. Litten May 21;
Will Elect Officers

TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
plans a "Garden Workshop" with
Jerry Baker, master gardener and
radio and television personality,
12:45 Monday at the synagogue.
His talk is entitled "A Walk
Through the Garden." Dessert
luncheon will be served. Tickets
are available at the door. Donation.
Mrs. Morris Bachman is president.

CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Workmen's Circle
Center. The slate of officers will
be presented. A program in honor
of Israel's 23rd anniversary is
planned. Members recently re-
turned from Israel — Esther La
Med, Jennie Malamud, Anne Bern-
stein, Ann Tucker and Rose Tukel
—will share their experiences. Re-
freshments will be served, and
guests are welcome.

Socialites Planning to Dance Saturday Night

B A T Y A CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Leslie
Krakovitz, 25510 Colleen, Oak
Park. Mrs. Zelda Selmar will talk
about the life and personality of
Theodor Herzl,


OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile area)
will meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Yitzchok M.
Kagan, 23410 Geoffrey. Rabbi
Kagan will speak. Mesdames Ruth
Gardin and Leah Silver are chair-
men.
a
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PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold a spe-
cial "Sister Chapter Night" with
Royal Oak OES 7:45 p.m. Mon- r
day at Eureka Temple. Refresh-
ments will follow the degrees.
a
DAVID-HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will meet noon
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Bernard Chase; 15331 Rosemary,
Oak Park.

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at headquarters, 12701 - 10
Mile. Mrs. Milton Weiss, recently
returned from Israel, will speak on
membership. Mrs. Victor Lifton
and Yetta Drachler are 'hostesses.
Mrs. Ben Shapiro, president, wel-
comes guests.



BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, Hadassah, will install
officers and board members at a
tea and meeting 2 p.m. Sunday at
Hadassah House. Mrs. Samuel J.
Caplan will install the officers,
and the program will include a
performance by Mrs. Bernard
Pepper, accompanied by Dorothy
Hack. Sara B. Epstein will give
the presidential report, and Rose
Poskell, program chairman, will
have as her hostesses Helen Li-
mond and Mrs. Ruth Naft. Friends
are invited.
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ZEDAKAH CLUB will install of-
ficers noon May 24 at Topinka's
Country House. Singer-guitarist
Joan Sofferin will entertain at the
luncheon. For reservations, call
Mrs. Samuel Wexler, 356-1990.
a
BETH A C H I M SISTERHOOD
will present its Torah luncheon
noon Tuesday at the synagogue.
Torah Fund awards and the in-
stallation of officers will take
place at the dessert luncheon, at
which the Sisterhood Singers will
present a cantata, "This Is
Torah."

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