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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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women's auh news

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.BETH SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD saw Rabbi David Nel-
son install the following offi-
cers at its intallation lun-
cheon: President, Mrs. Sam-
uel Pearlstein; vice presi-
dents: Mesdames Sol Lipson,
Morrey Mendelson, Abe Tut-

tleman and Sidney Abramo-
witz; treasurer, Mrs. Leo
Schwartz; secretaries, Mes-
dames Joel Yellen, Robert
Prussack, Sidney Katz and
Seymore Eizelman; parlia-
mentarian, Mrs. Jules Kut-
ner.
* *
GLENNWOOD CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
have a night of Israeli folk
dancing with Yaacov David-
ovich 8 p.m. June 15 at the
Oak Park Community Center.
A late Italian supper will be
served. Proceeds will benefit
the ORT school building fund.
For ticket information, call
Mrs. Stephen Landau, 398-
7547.
* *
NORTHWEST CHAPTER,
CARIH, will have its award
luncheon noon Wednesday at

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honors women . who raised
funds for the Children's As-
thma Research Institute and
Hospital. A program is
planned. For information,
call Mrs. Max Freedman,-
559-4752, or Mrs. Albert Dunn,
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* * *
NORTHGATE CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have a
luncheon noon June 17 at the
Northgate Apts. recreation
hall. Proceeds will be for-
warded to Israel. For reser-
vations, call Hilda Feldman,
968-8287.
* * *
PYTHIAN SISTERS will
have its annual charity rum-
mage sale 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Ferndale Com-
munity Center. Proceeds will
benefit underprivileged and
handicaped children. A social
and last meeting of the year
will be held 8 p.m. June 19 at
Castle Hall, Berkley.
* * *
CHILDREN UNLIMITED
will have its annual. installa-.
tion luncheon noon Wednes-
day at the Knob Woods Apts.
club house. Officers to be in-
stalled are Mesdames Mary
Blitz, president; Lila Daniels
and Evelyn Columbus, vice
presidents; Phoebe Sellins,
treasurer; Harriett Sigel,
Marie Berkuson and Faye
Rosenbaum, secretaries; Mol-
ly Gale, Annie Friedman,
Florence Brand, Dottie
Schwartz, Rose Shecter and
Marion Stein, chairmen;
Frieda Niedelman, sergeant-
at-arms. Board members are:

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Mesdames Toby Schecter, Mar-
ilyn Milgrom, Esther Paige, Lib-
by Yarows, Jerry Gell, Betty
Lieberman, Marion Richman,
Fay Brickner, Helen Klau, Ar-
lene Zimberg and Anne Rosen-
berg.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1974-37

Tag Day to BenefitVictims of Disease

nominal fee. For information,
call Lila Daniels, 358-0213.
* * *
AESCULAPIAN LADIES
AUXILIARY will have a lun-
cheon noon Wednesday at the
Pagoda Inn. Guests are in-
vited. For reservations, call
Mrs: Harold Biller, 557-7563.
* * *
SHARONA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 8
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Rae Wagenberg, 30047
Highmeadow, Farmington.
Slides of Israel will be shown.
* * *
PRIMROSE B. ENEV 0-
LENT CLUB will meet 8
p.m. Monday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Mrs. Frieda
Nieman, chairman of the
slate committee, will conduct
the election. Installation will
be held June 17 at Topinka's
Country House. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Rose Shapiro,
541-4217.
* * *
BETH 'ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will follow June 15
Sabbath morning services
with an installation luncheon
and oneg Shabat program
12:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
Guests are invited. Rabbi
Milton Arm will install the
newly elected officers and
board members. Mrs. Arthur
Schussler will be installed as
president for her second
term. There is a nominal
charge for the luncheon, pay-
able in advance. For reserva-
tions, by Monday, call Mrs.
Robert Hacter, 353-5148, or
Mrs. Bernard Whiteman, 356-
1864. Chairman of the day is
Mrs. Thomas Partovich.

*

The Committee to Combat
Huntington's Disease will
sponsor a Tag Day June 15
throughout the metropolitan
area and parts of lower Mich-
igan. In honor of the drive,
Gov. William G. Milliken has
proclaimed the month of June
as "Fight Huntington's Di-
sease Month."
Huntington's Disease is a
fatal inherited neurological
disorder which strikes men
and women. Symptoms are
characterized by progressive-
ly sever e uncontrollable

movements of the limbs, loss
of motor coordination— and
emotional disturbance. Chil-
dren of the affected parent
stand a 50-50 chance of dis-
turbance. Children of the af-
fected parent stand a 50-50
chance of inheriting the di-
sease. Folk balladeer, Woody
Guthrie, was a sufferer.
For information on the
commitee, write Dr. Nancy
Wexler, 418 N. Division, Ann
Arbor, 48104, 761-1465.

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linist and cellist, respective-
ly. Claire Brown, pianist and
teacher, will be accompanist.
Evelyn Orbach will be in-
stalling officer. New mem-
bers will be presented by
Mrs. Morris W. Stein, mem-
bership chairman. The ar-
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