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April 05, 1974 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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Mrs. Harris Named for Presidencyof Women's Division of Federation

Mrs. Merle Harris has
been nominated for election
to the presidency of the
women's division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, to
be voted on at the meeting
on May 22.
Mrs. Harris, a vice presi-
dent of the division, has been
1973 and 1974 women's cam-
paign chairman of the Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund. She heads

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the slate released by the
division's nominating com-
mittee chairman and past
president, Mrs. Max Stoll-
m an.
Nominated to serve as of-
ficers of the division with
Mrs. Harris are Mesdames
N. Brewster Broder, Hugh
W. Greenberg, Nathan S.
Peterman and Norman H.
Rosenfeld, vice presidents;
Mrs. Irving E. Goldman, re-
cording secretary, and Mrs.
Samuel Frankel, correspond-
ing secretary.
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Stoll-
man are named to continue
as women's division repre-
sentatives to Federation's
board of governors.
Other nominees are:
To the board _ of directors
for an additional three year
term: Mesdames John C.
Hopp, Jr., Seymour R. Jones,
Max L. Lichter, Burt Mahler,
Brand Marwil, Seymour H.
Rowe, Victor Shiffman, A.
Alfred Taubman, Bruce E.
Thai and Isadore Winkel-
man.
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service council: Mesdames
Hymen C. Broder, Lewis B.
Daniels, Max Frank, Ivor J.
Kahn, Julian H. Krolik,
Charles Lakoff, Alexander
W. Sanders and Leonard H.
Weiner.
Mrs. Ben Mossman is a
new nominee to the advisory
service council.
Additional nominations may
be made by petition signed
by 25 members and sub-
mitted to Mrs. Stollman at
leaSt one week prior to the
meeting. Women so nom-
inated must have consented
to serve if elected.
Assisting Mrs. Stollman on
the nominations committee
are Mesdames Harry E.
August, Harold Katzman,
Stuart R. Mittenthal, Nathan
S. Peterman, Frederick F.
Shevin and Bernard Stoll-
man.
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine
is president of the women's
division of Federation.

Sisterhood to Host Dr. Brothers

Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
will present Dr. Joyce
Brothers -at its eighth annual
"Woman's World '74" noon
April 22 at the synagogue.
Dr. Brothers will speak on
"Making Love Last a Life-
time."

University and taught at
Hunter College and Colum-
bia.
"Woman's World '74" is
the sisterhood's single fund-
0,:
raising of .the year. There
will be boutique shops and
luncheon. For reservations,
Mrs. • P h i l i p Elkus,
:30. : Dr. Brothers, columnist call
356-3756, or Mrs. Milford
Elq and TV personality, was Nemer, 358-2695. Mesdames
in.: graduated from Cornell Uni- Noiman Feder and Irving
versity, earned her PhD in Rogovein are -co-chairmen of
M psychology from Columbia the attic shop.

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for an initial term of three
years: Mesdames John N.
Grekin, William Z. Krasnick,
James E. Labes, Julien
Priver, Arthur H. Rice and
Charles G. Stone.
To fill two-year vacancies,
Mesdames Milton H. Gold-
rath and Robert L. Siegel.
To fill a one-year vacancy,
Mrs. Gilbert L. Franklin.
For re-election to a three-
year term on the advisory

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Zedakah Club
Lifson-Goodman
to Raise Funds
Rites Solemnized
for Aged and III

Mrs. Willard Zamsky, cen-
ter, chairman of the annual
donor luncheon of Zedakah
Club, is being assisted by
Mrs. Jack Greenberg, left,
journal chairman, and Mrs.
Maurice . Knopper, . tickets.
The event, which will raise
funds for Zedakah's services
to the mentally ill and indi-
gent aged, will be held noon
April 24 at the Raleigh
House. There will be a fash-
ion show and prizes. Tickets
can be purchased at the door.

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. BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the synagogue. Plans for
the May 21 donor luncheon
will be discussed. The sixth
adult education study group
session will meet at 10 a.m.
when Rabbi Milton Arm will
discuss "The Zionist Idea"
by Arthur Hertzberg. The
final study group session
will be held 10 a.m. April 16
with the second book review
luncheon at noon. Mrs. Mil-
ton Arm will review "Tues-
day the Rabbi Saw Red," by
Harry Kemelman. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Sylvan
Failer, 353-2510, or Mrs.
Marvin Katz, 557-8346. There
is a nominal charge.
* *. *
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will meet 8
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Sylvia Waldman, 22740 S.
Bellwood, Southfield. "Pris-
oners of Honor" will be re-
viewed by Eva Janis. Officers
will be elected.

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PURITY CHAPTER, Order
of the Eastern Star, will have
an initiatory 7:45 p.m. April
15 at Eureka Temple. Dinner
will be served at 6. For res-
ervations, call Jean Schwartz
534-4887, or Fay Herwitz,
548-9248.

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the home of Mrs. Max Wolf
15301 Oakwood, Oak Park. A
Detroit police officer will
speak on "Crime in the
Streets." Slides also will be
shown of the group's visit to
the camp for the mentally
retarded at Brighton. Re-
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Judith Estelle Goodman
and Paul Erwin Lipson were
married in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Bnai David.
Rabbi Israel Halpern and
Cantor Hyman Adler offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin F.
Goodman of Pierce Ave.,
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Lipson of Sussex
Ave.
The bride wore a gown _
trimmed in Alencon lace and
seed pearls.
Linda Cogan was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Herb Lipson of Chicago,
Debra Nobel and Mrs. Nancy
Ray.
Best man was Larry Korn-
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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will honor the
memory of Molly Herman
and Becky Barill, by inscrib-
ing their names at the Beth-
Nehama Home in Israel. Rel-
atives and friends wishing to
make 'contributions may call
Freda Metz, 861-6233, or Gitel
Sha ck m an, 545-5288.

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