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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, May 3, 1974

Women's League Parley Slated

"With an Understanding
Heart" is the theme of
Michigan. Branch of Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism's 16th annual spring
conference to be held Tues-
day and Wednesday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
There will be workshops,
Torah Fund-Residence Hall,
youth panel discussion, Torah
study session, programing,
membership, ways and
means, Braille and an idea
mart with displays on the
conference theme. There also
will be a banquet and instal-
lation of officers, conducted

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by Mrs. Joseph M. Markel,
a past president of the Mich-
igan Branch.

Mrs. Irving Chaiken will
again be installed as presi-
dent. Vice presidents are
Madames J. Stewart Linden,
Sidney Mossman, Fred Sklar-
chyk, Seymour Ungar; secre-
taries, Madames Richard
Bayles, Abe Katzman and
Joseph L. Davidorf; and
treasurer, Mrs. Benjamin
Weiss.
Mrs. Harold Leaf, national
vice president of the Wom-
en's League, will be con-
sultant speaker. Sisterhood MISS SHARON SHINDLER
members of Conservative
Mr. and Mrs. Lester
synagogues are invited. For
reservations, call Mrs. Ber- Shindler of Leemoor Dr.,
nard Witeman, 356-1864, or Southfield, announce the en-
Mrs. Leon Sears, 968-0590. gagement of their daughter
Mrs. Carl R. Lichtenstein Sharon Helene to William
and Mrs. Eugene Tapfer are Phillip Stewart, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Stewart of
conference chairmen.
Martha Washington Ave.,
Southfield.
Miss Shindler is a student
at Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan.
An August wedding is
The Jewish Committee on planned.
Scouting, at its annual Rec-
ognition Breakfast at t h e
Town and Country Club, 'pre- Board Meeting Set
sented the Shofar Award to by Pioneeer Women
three men who have given
NEW YORK—The national
outstanding service in the
promotion of scouting among board of Pioneer Women will
meet Monday through Wed-
Jewish boys.
nesday in New York at the
This year's recipients in- McAlpin Hotel, it was an-
clude Arthur Pollack, a long- nounced by Mrs. Charlotte
time scouter who is chair- Stein, national president.
man of the Jewish Commit-
Highlighting the conference
tee on Scouting; Rabbi Moses will be the formulation and
Lehrman of Cong. Bnai discussion of plans for Pio-
Moshe, who has promoted neer Women's 50th anniver-
scouting in his congregation sary year, culminating in its
for the past 25 years; and 24th national biennial con-
Marvin Kohn, another long- vention in 1975.
time scouter who is presently
A special feature of the
Chapter adviser for the North board meeting will be a
Trails District Order of the luncheon at which Pioneer
Arrow and Nor t h Trails Women will receive a national
camping chairman.
citation from the Jewish Na-
The awards were presented tional Fund on the comple-
by scouters Dave Zeff, Al tion of its Lahav project.
Klunover and Al Hagenjos,
all members of the Jewish 260 Israeli Girls Get
Committee on Scouting.
Pioneer Women Grants
Special awards were also
JERUSALEM—Educational
presented to Packs 1512 and stipends were granted to 260
1517 and Troops 23 and 135 Israeli girls in the fifth year
by the Jewish Committee on of the Pioneer Women's
Scouting.
scholarship program for
The Shofar Award is a sil- young women who need fi-
ver Ner Tamid pendant su- nancial support for continued
perimposed on a silver studies.
shofar, suspended from a
Almost $20,000 in grants
blue and white ribbon.
were made to recipients
from 58 cities, villages and
farm settlements who are
YOU GOTTA GROUP?
WE GOTTA TRIP!
I studying at 22 Israeli univer-
CALL ME AT HAMILTON, MILLER,
HUDSON & FAYNE TRAVEL CORP.
and institutes. Last
I sities
year, 150 stipends were
awarded.
Mrs. Charlotte Stein, Pio-
557-5145
neer Women national presi-
dent, said the stipends were
not only designed to help the
girls achieve advanced pro-
SERVING ONLY
fessional training, but were
geared to help direct them
PRIME AND
toward effectively entering
CHOICE MEATS
the mainstream of Israeli
life, political, economic and
other facets.

Shofar Awards

Presented to
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Brother Is Sought

Mrs. Donia Ferdman of
Kiev, USSR, is looking for
her brother, B. Carroll,
whose last known address is
17372 Santa Rosa. Anyone
having information on Car-
roll's whereabouts may call
Jacob Bursztein, 576-0054,
after 7 p.m.

MRS. BRIAN COHEN

Melanie Sue Bishop be-
came the bride of Brian M.
Cohen in a recent ceremony
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Howard Lifshitz of-
ficiated.
- The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.
Bishop of Farmbrook Villa
Ct., Southfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. Mal-
colm Cohen of Bloomfield
Shore Dr., West Bloomfield,
and Mrs. Elaine Cohen of W.
Roycourt, Huntington Woods.
Lori Alpert was maid of
honor, and Mrs. Seymour
Behm was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Steven MacKillop, sister of
the bridegroom, and Laura
Rosen, Sylvia Rochlen, Mrs.
Arthur Kuzin and Rhonda
Wizel. Flower girl was Leigh
Altman.
Jason Cohen was his
brother's best man. Ushers
were Alan Bishop, brother of
the bride, James Boschan,
Steven MacKillop, Arthur
Kuzin, Steven Gobel and Ed-
ward Lederer. Jeffrey Behm
was ring bearer.
Also in the wedding party
were the bridegroom's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Boxman.
Following a honeymoon in
St. Thomas, V. I., the couple
will live in Southfield.

NCJW Section Picks Officers

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, elected officers for
1974-1975 at its general mem-
bership meeting Thursday.
Mrs. Jessie Stern was
elected president. Vice presi-
dents include Mesdames
Adele Sonenklar, Barbara
Bergman, Phyllis Welling,
Jeanna T a u b e r, Edwina
Davis and Doris Wasserman.
Treasurer is Ann Rubin,
assisted by Rose Colman.
Secretaries include Mes-
dames Joyce Ginsberg, Amy
Brown and Jewel Kretchmer.
Assistant financial secre-
taries are Judy Shevitz and
Yolette Hopp.
Board of directors elected
for the first time, to serve a
two-year term are Mesdames
Mimi Alspector, Sharon Fish,
Barbara Grant, Julie Gur-
win, Irene Isaacs, Lois
Frank, Dorothy Kaufman,
Shirley Meyerson, Lois Wein-

Reviewing the past often
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present.

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