THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, Jam 4, 1971
by Women's' League
At the 44th installation luncheon
meeting of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Greater
Detroit, organizational exhibit
awards were highlighted.
Judges were Mrs. Allen Rubiner
of the Rubiner Gallery, and Mrs.
Marian Aston, local artist.
The exhibit picked for originality
was the work, of Alpha Omega-
Detroit Women's Auxiliary. The
award for content went to the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Women's Council; for artistic
quality. Women's Auxiliary for the
Maimonides Medical Society; and
for popular vote, Michigan Region
Women's American ORT.
Certificates of merit were re-
ceived by the National Women's
Committee for Brandeis University
Detroit Chapter, by Sinai Hospi-
tal Women's Guild and Zedaka
Mrs. Jules Sanders. program
chairman, explained that the ex-
hibits showed the work of the past
year of the constituent organiza-
tions, their projects and services
For Custom Draper"
Adrienne Litt Engaged
to jav Bishko of Ohio
i From Mom my
to MD for 3
at Yeshiva U.
'Super Sunday Sale' to Benefit ORT Fund
Admission to the sale will be
Michigan Region Women's
by invitation only. For informa-
American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training) tion, call the ORT office, 557-0585_
is planning a "Super Sunday Sale"
6-9 p.m. Sunday at Federal Hard-
ware and Supply, Southfield Rd.
at 12 Mile.
There will be a special 10 per
cent discount to all ORT members
, on items purchased with the ex-
ception of four special sale items.
Proceeds will go to the ORT
school building project, which will
direct its over-subscription funds
toward the building of two new
schools to be located in Lyons and
We have a
NEW YORK—"My mother, the
doctor" is how the children of
three New York women in their
mid- to late 30s refer to their
mothers—recent graduates of the
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine, Yeshiva University. Their
story was told by .Judy Klemes-
rud in The New York Times.
at Will and
Although Miriam Tasini. 36:
Naomi Weiss, 39: and Deborah
We Always Have
Link, 38: were only three of the
29 women in the 120-student class,
Plenty of Dough
they are exceptional in having
come to medicine 10 years or more
1 after college. and after taking time
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
to start a family.
MISS ADRIENNE. LITT
All three plan to enter psychia-
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
Mr. and Mrs. William Litt of try, give credit to their husbands
oodieo & Jar lei
Burton Ave., Oak Park, announce . for their success and promote the
the engagement of their daughter cause for feminism.
missed family outings
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Adrienne Carol to Jay Richard
* 4, *
son of Dr. and Mrs. Mau-
ren, the trio defends the impor-
rice Bishko of Shaker Heights, 0 . d
tance of wives continuing their
Miss Litt recently was g,raduat- education. "It feels good not to be
No soaking, Quick drying, Prompt service, Reasonable rates.
Satisfaction assured. All work personally done by Sam Klaiman.
ed from the University of Mich tied to someone else's effective-
igan, where she specialized in ness,' said Dr. Link.
* 4, * 4, •
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The new doctors faced instances
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Mr. • Bishko will continue his of professional discrimination dur-
studies at Case-Western Reserve ing their four years of study. Dr. IMMIIMMINNIMMHIINffinniMIRMIIMMI11111111111111111 1111111111111ffiNIMMUMMill I1
in Cleveland. An August wedding Weiss cited the situation at Monte- *
date has been set.
Fiore Hospital, where women resi-
dents in surgery are not accepted.
Israel's Radio Exports
The staff doctors, when making 2--
Israel exported radio equipment the rounds, often "wind up talking
valued at $5,400,000 in 1970 (52,500,- about a case in the men's locker
000 in 1969). The number of coun- room," she said.
tries purchasing more than $10,000
Dr. Tasini described problems of
"Experts to serve you"
worth rose from 10 in 1969 to 15 image in a hospital where ''the lit-
Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 to 9:00
in 1970. The new importers included tle children all think that if you
Sat 7:30 to 5:00
Greece ($2,400,000), Ghana, the are a woman, you are a nurse. I
United States, Congo Kinshasa and don't really feel all that defensive
about it, but I do correct them and
(2 blocks South of 12 Mile)
say, 'I'm a doctor.' "
Feather, Down or Wool
How do these enlightened women
intend to discourage such stereo-
types in the rearing of their own
daughters? Said Dr. Link, smiling:
Kecovered Like New
bed pillows cleaned and recovered
I buy them stethoscopes
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i instead of nurses' kits."
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Greater Detroit Section ; _Na-
Council of Jewish WaitiO,
will hold a membership lunchepli
noon Thursday at Tam O'Shanfer
New regular and life membei=8,--
as well as members enrolling 44,v4
paid members, will be guei*,:or
NCJW. There will be a rioniin7a1_,-
fee for others. For reservations,
call the NCJW office, 357-5895,- by'
Mrs. Leonard Weiner, Apast. na-
tional president of NC.JW, will have
a message for the guest.S .-.
hers will model for a fur . fa-shion
show. They are Mesdames Martin
Mayer, Hanley Gurwin, Dale
Rands ; Seymour Karbal, Gerald
Levin, Martin Figlen, R o b e r t
Welling, Sheldon Alkon, Robert
Rosman, David Snyder, Frederic
Katz and Miss Susan Klein. Mrs.
Seymour Rowe will be commen-
BREAST of BEEF, trimmed
I HOLLYWOOD ROAST
YOUNG BEEF LIVER
Fur Fashion Show
to Wrap Up NCJW
Tog Editor Coming
to Farband Social
Guest speaker at. the Farband
melave malka 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Workmen's Circle Center
will be A. Alperin, co-editor of the
Tog-Journal in New York. His
topic will be " From Moscow Till
Refreshments will be served.
There will be a nominal contribu-
Farband members and friends
are invited by Louis Levine, presi-
A bee is never as busy as it
seems: it's just that it can't buzz
any slower. —Kin Hubbard
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