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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-17

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30—FricRiMiry 17, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

Mrs. Aaron Shifman President
of the League of Jewish Women

The 47th installation of offi-
cers of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations will
take place noon Thursday at
Beth Achim Synagogue. Mrs.
Aaron (Marian) Shifman will
be installed as president by
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy, a past
president of the league.

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Sophie Epstein
Haas-Kifferstein
Marks 105th Year Troth Announced

Vice presidents are Mes-
dames C h a rl e s Kessler,
George Rubin, Leo Ordin
and Norman R. Schakne.
Other officers are Mesdames
I s r a el Wiener, treasurer;
Sander Klein, Martin Cole,
Saul Chudnow, Aaron Katz-
man, Morton Oppenheim and
Sidney Cohen, secretaries;
Herman Ozrovitz, historian;
MRS. SOPHIE EPSTEIN
Saul Rosenblum, parliamen-
Mrs. Sophie Epstein, one
tarian; and Jules J. Sanders,
of- the Jewish community's
adviser.
Petite brunch will be matriarchs, will celebrate
served. A program will be her 105th birthday Saturday.
Born in Bialystok, then
presented by the Festival
Russia, Mrs. Epstein came
to the U. S. in her middle
50s. She is the mother of
Alfred Epstein, formerly as-
sociated with Pfeiffer Brew-
ery (now owned by the Ar-
made Corp.), Mrs. Sarah
Rogoff and the late Elias
Epps.
A patient at the Medicos
Medical Center, she is a life
member of Mizrachi Women
and Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
and was a member of United
Hebrew Schools, American
Jewish Congress, Hadassah,
Jewish Home for the Aged
Women's Auxiliary and the
MARIAN SHIFMAN
National Council of Jewish
Dancers of the Jewish Cen- Women.
ter, featuring Michael and
Mrs. Epstein, who lived
Rachel, a folk dance duo, independently in an apart-
with Sunny Segal.
ment until she was 89, went
Arrangements were made to live with the Rogoffs in
by Mesdames Norman R. 1959.
Schakne community relations
chairman; Maurice Zucker-
stein, hospitality; and George
Rubin and Samuel Fink, pro-
gram chairmen.

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MISS MARSHA HAAS

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haas
of Salem Ave., Huntington
Woods, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter
Marsha Ann to Warren M.
Kifferstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kifferstein of
Harvard Ave., Southfield.

Miss Haas earned a BA
degree in speech at the Uni-
versity of Michigan where
she was affiliated with Sigma
Delta Tau Sorority. She is a
graduate student at Wayne
State University.

Her fiance earned a BA de-
gree at Michigan State Uni-
versity, where he was affili-
ated with Zeta Beta Tau fra-
ternity and was graduated
from the University of De-
troit's law school.

A September wedding is
planned.

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. David Emer-
man .of Willowgreen Rd.,
Franklin, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Laurie Ann to Garry Shul-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Shulman of Filmore
Ave., Southfield.

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community
Week of May 17-23

May 18-8 p.m.—Habonim Neshef, "A Hasidic Event," at
Labor Zionist Institute. Admission.

19—Lag b'Omer Family Day Celebration at 10 Mile
Jewish Center.
—10 a.m.—Robert Meeropol (Rosenberg): "The Case
of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg," at Jewish Center.
Admission.
—3 p.m.—Senior Adult Yiddish Committee Spring
Lecture Series. Dr. Marvin Herzog: "The Geog-
raphy of Yiddish Language and. Its Dialects," at
Jewish Center. Free.
—6:30 p.m.—Dedication of Rabbi Benjamin H. Gor-
relick Reception Lounge, honoring Rabbi and Mrs.
Gorrelick, at Beth Achim. Reservations. 352-8560.
—6:30 .p.m.—Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital Din-
ner at Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods. Admis-
sion. 544-8412.
—7:30 p.m.—Evening of Japanese Culture with Young
People's Theater, at Jewish Center. Admission. 341-

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8:30

Beth Achim Sisterhood will
hold its annual donor lunch-
eon noon Tuesday at the
synagogue.
"A Fashion Fantasy" of
spring and summer fashions
will be presented. There will
be prizes, and the sisterhood
gift shop will be open at 11
a .m.

Donor luncheon chairmen
are Mesdames Kenneth Belen
and Esther Rosenblum. Vice
president of ways and means
is Mrs. William Tarnow.
For tickets, contact the
ticket chairmen, Mrs. Isa-
dore Levin, 645-9471, or Mrs.
Max Kruger, 273-3424.

Shalom Chai to Hear
Pioneer Women VP

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice D.
Fiekowsky of Avon Rd., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Sheila Rae to
Andre Michel Schub, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sollis Jack
Schub of Brooklyn. Miss
Fiekowsky and her fiance
were graduated from the
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Women to Have Donor Luncheon

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Shalom Chai Chapter, Pio-
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major fund-raising luncheon
of the year noon May 29 at
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club house.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Norman Leemon, national
vice president of Pioneer
Women. Mrs. Sheldon Lublin
will read her poem_ on the
Yom Kippur War. Guests
are invited at a nominal fee.
Proceeds will aid child res-
cue projects in Israel.

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