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May 18, 1973 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-18

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ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, which was
founded shortly after the es-
tablishment of the state of
Israel, will celebrate its 25th
anniversary at an installation
luncheon 12:15 p.m. Saturday
in the Shiawassee Apts club
house . Marjorie Raskin,
founder and first president
of the group, will be instal-
ling officer. A case worker
therapist with the Jewish
Family Service, she also
functions as a field work in-
structor for Wayne State Uni-
versity and maintains a pri-
vate practice in therapy. Mrs.
Raskin, widow of Dr. Morris
Raskin, took her BA degree
iyne University at age
19. _wine years ago, having
reared her family, she re-
turned to the same university
and received her master of
social work degree. She and
all other past presidents of
Israel Chapter will receive
honorable recognition at the
meeting, which will conclude
with a demonstration on
"acking' for jet travel by
Marisa Milloway, an airline
representative.

*

* *

UNITED ORDER TRUE
SISTERS, INC., Detroit No.
41, President Mrs. Paul Cav-
aler announces that at the
installation of officers held
at Northland Auditorium the
following were installed:
president, Mrs. Bernard
Hirsch; vice president, Mrs.
Gilbert Borenstein; secre-
taries, Mesdames Michael
Tinton, Julius Tapper and
George Ober; treasurer, Mrs.
Arthur Markowitz; mentor,
Mrs. Sam Markowitz; war-
den-guardian, Mrs. Bernard
Sherman; monitress, Mrs.
Herman Schonberg; and trus-
tees, Mesdames George Pan-
zer, Ben Stein and Joseph
Zuckerberg.
• * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Wo-
men, will meet 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at the Charter-
house Apts. club room. Sam
Hochman will entertain.
Brunch will be served. Presi-
sent Jeanette Serling invites
guests.

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MT. SCOPUS GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will hold its installa-
tion luncheon 12:15 p.m. May
29 at Hadassah House. En-
tertainment will be provided
by the Southfield-Lathrup
Madrigal Singers. Mrs.
George Weingarden will in-
stall Mesdames Louis Wohl,
president; Harold Lachman,
Percy Heron, Irving Kauf-
man and Philip Freedman,
vice presidents; Norton Tay-
lor, treasurer; and Albert
Best, Manuel Stoler and Jack
Karbal, secretaries. Friends
are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Kaufman,
356-6532.

Memorial Day
Early Deadline

Due to the observ-
ance of Memorial Day
on Monday, May 28
there will be early
deadlines for submit•
ing publicity for the
Jewish News issue of
Friday, June 1.
Copy must be in our
hands by noon Friday,
May 25, or it will be
too late for publication.
Please hand-deliver if
mail delivery will be
too late.

TEMPLE BETH EL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its an-
nual spring luncheon noon
Monday in the temple social
hall. Guests are welcome.
For reservations, call the
temple office, TR 5-8530. For
information, call Mrs. Harold
Lawson, 357-0722. A tribute
to the 25th anniversary year
of the state of Israel will
feature the Festival Dancers
of the Jewish Center, under
the direction of Harriet Berg,
performing "Traditional and
Contemporary Aspects of
Jewish Dances," featuring
three portraits of Jewish
women. Planners for the ac-
tivities are program chair-
man, Mrs. Jerry Balan;
luncheon chairman, Mrs.
Robert Rosenbush and Mrs.
Richard Simon; publicity,
Mrs. Bruce Abrahams and
* *
Mrs. Marvin Novick; table
setting, Mrs. Avery Fisher
and Mrs. Joseph Freed; hos-
tess chairman, Mrs. Horace
Haber, and president, Mrs.
Stuart A. Graff.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, Presi-
dent Mary Granadier an-
nounces a meeting will be
held noon Monday at the
Charterhouse Apts. club
room. Sarah Friedman, pro-
gram chairman, will intro-
duce Mrs. Harry Landsman
who will review "The Im-
plosion Conspiracy," by Louis
Mrs. Meyer Silverman will Nizer. Refreshments will be
be installed as president of served. Guests are invited.
• • •
the Women's Auxiliary- of the
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
newish Home for Aged at its neer Women, will meet noon
installation luncheon noon Wednesday at Big Boy Res-
Monday at Cong. Bnai David. taurant at Lincoln Center.
She succeeds Mrs. Benjamin The annual installation of
Arkin. Installing officer will officers will be held noon
be past president Mrs. Shel- June 6 at Stouffers North-
don Fishman. Mrs. Joseph land Inn: For reservations,
Newman, program chairman, call Freda Metz, 861-6233.
announced that vocalist Ma-
• • •
rian Bates, accompanied by
BATYA CHAPTER, Miz-
Betty Pollin, will perform. rachi Women, will hold its
Friends are invited by Hrs. annual donor dinner 10 p.m.
Richard Kramer, chairman May 28, at the Whitehall
of the afternoon. There will Apts. club house. Entertain-
be prizes. For reservations, ment is by Mark Goldenberg.
-all Mrs. Phillip Lewis, 968- For reservations, call Mrs.
2506, or Mrs. David Davis, Salek Lessman, chairman,
398-7642.
557-6225. Friends are invited.

True Sisters to Host Conclave

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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold its
spring rummage sale today
at the City of Hope office in
Oak Park. Cancer Fighters
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Raleigh House. Mrs.
Louis Da mraur, program
vice president, has planned
an evening honoring mem-
bers' mothers. A musical
program will be presented
by Eleanor Abramson, Ger-
aldine Binder, Nancy Schles-
inger and Lois Novitz. Mrs.
Elliott Schubiner will report
on the recent door-to-door
march. All member s'
mothers are invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.
*
TOWERS GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will meet noon Tuesday
at the Zionist Cultural Cen-
ter. A petite lunch will be
served. Mrs. Philip Slomo-
vitz, program chairman, an-
nounces a book review on
"Odessa File" will be pre-
sented by Lawrence Wember
head librarian of the Oak
Park library. The installa-
tion of officers will be pre-
sided over by Mrs. Jack W.
Perlman, Hadassah past
president.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will present its
"Swing Into Summer" lunch-
eon 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in
the synagogue social hall. A
fashion show and prizes will
be featured. For tickets and
information, call Mrs. Isa-
dore Levin, 645-9471 or Mrs.
Abe Meral, 557-8757.
• • •
OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Gerson
Frankel, 13341 Dartmouth.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Frankel.
*
OAK PARAK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Irving Layman, 23601
Parklaw n. Rabbi Aaron
Davidson will speak.
••
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at the
MCL Cafeteria at Tel-Twelve
Mall. The donor luncheon
will be discussed.
• •
PURITY CHAPTER, Order
of the Eastern Star, will host
the Flint Chapter on Initia-
tory Night 7:45 p.m. Monday
at Eureka Temple. Refresh-
ments will be served.





Mrs. Bernard Hirsch,
president of the Detroit
Lodge of United Order True
Sisters, Inc., announces that
the lodge will host the 47th
annual Western Conference
of the UOTS Inc., Sunday
through Tuesday at Kingsley
Inn.
Delegates from St. Louis,
Chicago, Cleveland, Dayton,
Cincinnati, Phoenix, Los An-
geles and Detroit are expect-
ed, in addition to the national
officers.
Eight of the 45 lodges that
comprise UOTS will be rep-
resented at this conference.
Mrs. Leonard Pinter, a past
president of Detroit 41, is
over-all chairman.
The theme of the confer-
ence this year is "The Club
Woman, Obsolete or Essen-
tial?" Dr. Bruce Danto will
speak to the subject after
dinner Monday. A workshop
and discussion will follow.
The Detroit Lodge will
celebrate its 21st birthday at
a "Coming of Age" birthday
party luncheon Tuesday to
which guests are invited.
Mrs. George Pantzer, 546-
4962, and Mrs. Ben Goldhoff,
968-5436, are taking reserva-
tions.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 18, 1973-27

UOTS, Inc., founded in
1846, is a chain of lodges in
Love your enemies, for
the United States dedicated they tell you your faults. —
to fraternalism and devoting Benjamin Franklin.
time and money to humani-
tarian causes. The local
chapter helps medically in-
digent cancer patients and
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assists in numerous commu-
It..4 ■ 7411k.,
nity projects, such as staff-
or
ing volunteers at Beaumont
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Hospital Crisis Center and
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giving aid to visually handi-
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public schools.
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Dropsie Women to Cite
Prof. Solomon Zeitlin

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PHILADELPHIA — The
women's division of Friends
of Dropsie University will
name its annual scholarship
in honor of Dr. Solomon
Zeitlin, Judaica s c h o l a r,
author and educator. He has
been associated with Dropsie
since 1914 and is now dis-
tinguished professor of post-
biblical literature and insti-
tutions.
Dr. Zeitlin, who is recog-
nized as the leading author-
ity on the Second Common-
wealth, will be the honored
guest at the fifth annual
scholarship fund luncheon of
the women's division to be
held May 30 at the Warwick
Hotel.

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Temple Couples Club
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Temple Emanu-El Couples
Club will hold its annual
family garage sale 9 a.m.-5
p.m. Sunday at the temple.
A large variety of new and
used household items, bikes,
toys, office equipment and
TVs will be on sale.

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