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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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Womens

FANNIE GLUCK CHAP-
TER, Mizrachi Women, will
hold an election meeting
noon Monday at the Waldon
Woods Apts. club house.
President Lil Varnen an-
nounces Edith Helman, Kate
Forman and Bertha Spilman
are hostesses. Installation of
officers will be held noon
June 18 at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Mrs. Norman
Cottler will be hostess. Mrs.
Philil. Fealk will be install-
ing officer.
* *
KINNERET CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center. Finan-
ial reports will be given,
and Lilly Roubeck will speak
on her trip to Israel. Hos-
tesses will be Miriam Free-
man and Dora Rosen.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold its
annual victory lunch noon
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Albert Herman, 23550 Gard-
ner, Oak Park. A social will
follow.

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SHARON GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will hold an art auction
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Gal-
lery Art Center, Berkley.
There will be a champagne
preview at 7:30. Featured at
the auction will be oils, litho-
graphs and watercolors of
Rockwell, Hibel, Miro, Dali,
Boulanger and Mercier.
There is an admission
charge. Mrs. M. Feuerman
and Mrs. Henry Sonenshein
are cochairmen.
*
*
NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday at the North-
gate Apts. recreation hall.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests are invited. For in-
formation, contact president
Mrs. Clara Sherizen, 398-
7097.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order
of the Eastern Star, will hold
a business meeting 7:45 p.m.
Monday at Eureka Temple.
Refreshments will be served.
5,
*
UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS WOMAN'S AUX-
ILIARY will hold its annual
meeting and installation 12:30
p.m. June 13 at the LaMed
Auditorium. Mrs. Joseph B.
Kripke will deliver the in-
vocation and Dr. Benjamin
L. Yapko, superintendent of
the United Hebrew School,
will speak on "Jewish Edu-
cation for the 21st Century."
Marilyn Krim, coloratura
soprano, will present Hebrew
and Yiddish songs, accom-
panied by Nancy Hodge,
pianist. Mrs. Isadore Goren
will install the following of-
ficers:

President, Mrs. William Appel;
vice presidents, Mesdames Sam-
uel Pfeffer, Abraham Nemeth,
Max Dushkin and Isadore Stein;
secretaries, Mesdames Ralph
Levy, Joseph Fradis, Abraham
Pollock, Phillip Zaks and Samuel
Boocker; treasurer, Mrs. Herman
K. Cohen; auditor, Mrs. Samuel
Stewart; and parliamentarian,
Mrs. Nathan Spevakow. Newly
elected board members include
Mesdames Sherwin Tukel, Aaron
Maniker, Ben Davidson, Jack
Torf, Donald Farkas, Benjamin
Gorrelick and Harry Steinberg.
Board members completing un-
expired terms are Mesdames
Leonard Schreiber, David Pol-
lack, I. Murray Jacobs, George
Norman, Fred Lax, Bernard
Schreier, Nathan Flaisher, Ar-
nold Frank, Al Baker, Max Gar-
ber, Simson Seidler, Abraham
Silberschein, Leo Lubetsky, Louis
Seiton, Morris Averbuch, Law-
rence Goldberg, Emil Reed,
Joseph Rodd and Herman Roth.

Mrs. William Appel, presi-
dent, invites parents and
friends.
* *
WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND saw Mrs.
Louis Levine install Mrs.
Jule Kraft as president, suc-
ceeding Mrs. Frank Silver-
man. Highlighting the in-
stallation program was a talk
by Abram Salomon, execu-
tive vice president of JNF
of America. Other new of-
ficers include Mesdames Ir-
ving J. Schlussel, vice pres-
ident and chairman of the
board; Irving Bloom, treas-
urer; and Julius Hackman
and Sidney Katchem, secre-
taries. Co-chairmen of the
committees include Mes-
dames:

Joseph Greenbaum, William
Levin, Albert Potiker, Frank
Silverman, Meyer Cooper, Pearl
Nosan, Albert Posen, A. A.
Rosenfeld, Morris Kraft, Sol Lif-
sitz, Abraham Mayers, Israel
Kardener, Louis Levine, Samuel
P. Baker, Ira G. Kaufman, Jack
Krass, Morris Kutinsky, Sam
Cohen, Alex Fried, Leo Dick,
Louis Germansky, Sandor Green-
field, Joseph Grossman, Bernard
Stashefsky, Morris Lachover,
William Klafer, Samuel Rosen-
blat, Flora Hoffman, Morritz
Schubin, Joseph Rubin, Louis
Diamond, Al Schneider, Martin
Shubin, Albert Sima, Samuel
Wexler and Jack Grossbart.

activities

BETH SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual
installation of officers and
board of directors 8:15 p.m.
June 11 at the synagogue.
Mrs. Jerome Brown, out-
going president, announces
officers to be installed are:
president, M r s. Samuel
Pearlstein; vice presidents,
Mesdames Donald Sharfman,
Morrey Mendelson, Abe Tut-
tleman and Sidney Abramo-
witz; treasurer, Mrs. Leo
Schwartz; secretaries, Mes-
dames Robert Prussack, Saul
Leff and Seymour Eizelman;
and parliamentarian, Mrs.
Jules Kutner. Directors are
Mesdames Stanley Berlin,
Robert Burk, Joseph Cohen,
Robert Gaberman, Max Hoff-
man, Martin Lederman,
Robert Lewin, Richard Liss,
Charles Mudryk, Samuel
Rudofsky, Joseph Roman,
Victor Widenbaum, Joel
Yellon and Paul Zussman.
Mrs. Samuel Balkin, pro-
gram chairman and Jeanette
Sklarchyk, cochairman, have
planned a program featuring
Ruth Gill, Israeli and Yid-
dish folk singer. Refresh-
ments will be served. Guests
are welcome. For reserva-
tions, call Paula Balkin, 642-
8033, or Jeannette Sklarchyk,
647-4058.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTER-
HOOD will install newly
elected officers at Shabat
morning services Saturday.
Rabbi Morris Lehrman will
install Mrs. Louis Redmond,
president; Mrs. Moses Lehr-
man, honorary vice presi-
dent and museum curator;
Mesdames Benjamin Kahn,
Boris Tobes, Norbert Rein-
stein and Theodore Kohn,
vice presidents; Mesdames
Robert Hirschbein, Harold
Cohen, Morton Drucker and
Samuel Granitz, secretaries;

* * *

Chairman Set
for Bond Lunch

Mrs. Douglas A. Schubot
will chair the 1973 Israel
Bond Fashion Show-Lunch-
eon celebrating Israel's 25th
anniversary Aug. 21 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. David Pol-
lack, chairman of the Detroit
Israel Bond women's divi-
sion. A graduate in educa-
tion from Michigan State
University, Mrs. Schubot is
active in many women's or-
ganizations, including Tem-
ple Beth El Sisterhood, of
which she is a board mem-
ber, and Centennial Chapter
of Bnai Brith, of which she
is a charter member. She is
the daughter of Mrs. Pearl
Nosan, sponsor chairman of
the Bond women's division.
The first meetings of the
committee will take place at
the Schubot home, 23150
Twining, on June 11.

Nursing Homes
NCJW Topic

The nursing home situation
in the tri-county area will be
explored at a meeting 12:30
Mrs. David Blum, treasurer; p.m. Monday at the offices
and Mrs. James Kovacs, par- of the National Council of
liamentarian. Board mem- Jewish Women, Detroit sec-
tion.
bers are:
The meeting, entitled "Nur-
Mrs. Louis Klein, honorary
board member; Mesdames Harold sing Home-coming Bitter or
Reisner, Jack Kutnick, Charles
Ruben, Eliot Raskin, Pearl Icko- Sweet?", is being held by
vitz, Sol Grand, Robert Hirsch- the Detroit Section in cospon-
bein, Max Brumer, Irving Bern-
stein, Robert Rudman, Sylvia sorship with the Metropolitan
Ross, Hy Ankerman, David Coalition of Women. Mrs.
Weiss, Arthur Boschan, Israel Joseph Jackier, chairman of
Besser, Sidney Burk, David Bern-
stein, Milton Cross, Sidney Ferst, volunteers for the Jewish
David Fisch, Erwin Friedman, Family and Children's Serv-
Simon Goldman, Morris Gold-
man, Herman Hillman, Joseph ice, and Charles Chomet, ex-
Langer, Mack Lieberman, Robert ecutive director of Citizens
Middleman. Albert Migdal, Louis
Nueman, Emil Phillips, Donald for Better Care, will be dis-
Sachs, Harry Simon, Samuel cussants.

Simon. Benjamin Resnick, Mar-
cel Thirman, Henry Tobet,
Morris Weinstein, Benjamin
Levinson, Abraham Milgrom,
Sam Wohl and Morris Stern.
* *

SINAI HOSPITAL WO-
MEN'S GUILD elected the
following officers for 1973-
74: Mrs. Peter A. Martin,
president; Mesedames Wal-
ter L. Field, John B. Hor-
witz, Mitchell Mandeberg and
David Dunsky, vice presi-
dents; Mesdames Meryl Fen-
ton, Sidney Bertin and Ber-
nard Spear, secretariees;
Sylvia Winer, treasurer; Mrs.
Albert Burrows, assistant
treasurer; and Mrs. Roger
Ettlinger, assistant financial
secretary. New board mem-
bers are:

Mesdames Walter L. Field,
Louis Horne, Gerald Kabeck,
Samuel Karp, David Lipshaw,
Harold Salesnek, Michael Weisen-
feld, Herbert Blumberg, Arnold
Cohen, Roger Ettlinger, John B.
Horwitz, Peter A. Martin, Meyer
Pearlman, Norman Rosenfeld,
Samuel
Silverman,
Bernard
Spear, Irwin Weingarten, Julius
Allen, Irving Goldman, Donald
Katz, George Keil, Henry Sills,
Robert Smith and Ben Sussman.
* * *

Three Michigan women
were elected as officers at
the first convention of the
newly-formed District 7 of
Women's American ORT.
Elected were Mrs. Donald
Thal, chairman of the ex-
ecutive committee; Mrs.
William Wetsman, vice pres-
ident; and Mrs. Alfred Mey-
ers, financial secretary.
Four hundred delegates
from Michigan, Ohio, Penn-
sylvania and New York at-
tended the convention. Dis-
trict 7, with its office in
Cleveland, was the third of
11 districts to be formed.

Menora Singles
Plans Dance Party

A singles dance and party
sponsored by Menora Singles
will be held 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at Alvaro's Restaurant.
There is an admission charge.
This dance is open to single
adults age 18-40.
Dress is casual. Refresh-
ments will be served. Music
will be provided by "The
American Scene."
For information, call Al
Le vet t. 557-5447, or Ron
Chess. 255-0727.

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