- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, May 28, 1971
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Mrs. Newman to Step Into Office
as Hadassah C hapter President
Mrs. Albert (Phyllis) Newman
will be installed as president of
the Metropolitan Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah noon Tuesday at the
Town and Country Club.
Mrs. Julian Tobias, chairman
of the day, will invest officers of
the executive board and the group
presidents after the election that
After luncheon, Mrs. Sidney J.
Winer, president for the past two
years, will read her annual report.
A highlight of the afternoon
will be a musical, presentation
by pianist David Syme, son of
Norman Allan & Tv.
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of the Birmingham-Franklin Group
for three years and chapter vice
president of program for two
Mrs. Newman also is active with
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and the Jew-
ish National Fund.
to Install President
Concluding a year's activities,
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women
will hold its annual installation tea
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
President will be Becky Gold-
berg; executive vice president,
Alice Ross; vice president of edu-
cation, Isabel Slutsky; vice presi-
dents of organization, Betty Rath
and Ruth Miller; treasurer, Sarah
Kanter; financial secretary, Rae
Schindler; and mailing secretaries,
Deanna Tachna and Sarah Kanter.
Chairman of the day Mrs. Frank
Rath will introduce .past - president
Mrs. Milton Weiss, whor .:Will at
as installing officer. Igrs.'- Sam
Fishman ' will give he.f- - annual
For the musical portion of the
program, Marci Lyn Shulman will
sing a medley of Hebrew, Yiddii
and English songs. Mrs. Shulm-4-
who resides in Ann Arbor witkfie
husband, is a past schoiarShip
winner of the Music Study club'tif
Detroit and has performed with the
Will-O-Way Apprentice Theatei.
She was a scholarship student at
Interlochen Music Camp, as well
as Michigan State University.
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Montefiore Lodge, Free Sons of
Israel, will meet 8 p.m. June 8 at
Whitehall Apartments clubhouse.
Rabbi and Mrs. M. Robert Syme. Election of officers will be held.
Syme, a student at Juilliard, is Hostesses will be Mesdames Mil-
studying with Mischa Kottler to ton Gottesman, Oscar Reiser and
prepare for the Tchaikovsky In- Louis Katz. The installation of of-
ternational Piano Competition ficers will be held 6:30 p.m. June
in Moscow in 1974.
22 at Whitehall. For dinner reser-
Mrs. Newman, part of a four- vations, call Mrs. Morris Wolk,
generation Hadassah life member- 547-0227; or Mrs. Jules Hackman,
ship family, has been president 342-5282.
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NEW YORK—Women's divisions
are setting new fund-raising rec-
ords in campaigns of Jewish feder-
ations, welfare funds and councils,
reports Mrs. Howard Levine of
Essex County, N.J., chairman of
the National Committee on Worn-
en's Communal Service for the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds (CJF).
In 89- reporting communities in
the United States and Canada,
Mrs. Levine noted, women's divi-
sions have achieved results total-
ing over $21,000,000, while not yet
at midway mark in their cam-
Flint is among the 12 commu-
nites in which women's divisions
are running more than 50 per cent
higher from the same contributors
as last year.
Women's divisions in thiee com-
munities—New York, Los Angeles
and Detroit — have already sur-
passed the $1,000,000 mark.
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