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June 21, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-21

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28—Friday, June 21, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JFCS Volunteers Get Recognition

Mrs. Joseph Jackier, president of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, addresses a gathering of JFCS vol-
unteers at the annual volunteer award luncheon held in the
Federation Apartments dining room. The 150 volunteers
serve as visitors to nursing homes, as shoppers and friendly
visitors to the homebound, as interpreters and as drivers
to medical and therapy appointments. Seated at left is the
director of the agency, Samuel Lerner.

Hadassah Chief Hits NOW Policy

NEW YORK (JTA) —
"Money cannot buy what a
volunteer gives to many
movements and institutions,"
Rose E. Matzkin, national
president of Hadassah, the
country's largest women's
volunteer organization, said
in reply to a resolution op-
posing volunteerism adopted
by the National Organization
of Women (NOW).
Addressing. a national Ha-
dassah membership rally at
the New York Hilton -Hotel,
Mrs. Matzkin said that Ha-
dassah's officers and depart-
ment chairmen are all -full
time unpaid workers.
"Because Hadassah is run

by volunteers, 96 cents of ev-
ery dollar contributed goes di-
rectly to support our services
which include the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical
Center — the largest medical
complex in the Middle East;
the largest contribution to
Youth Aliya for its 200 chil-
dren's villages and day cen-
ters; and a variety of re-
habilitative and educational
services in Israel and the
U.S.," she said.

July 4
Deadline

A campaign to raise funds
for a summer recreational
program for the children__ of
Kiryat Shemona is under
way here, led by Frieda
Leemon, national vice presi-
dent of Pioneer Women.
The Israel counterpart of
Pioneei Women/Moetzet Ha-
poalot was asked by the
government to organize and
help fund such a program,
recommended by psycholo-
gists and educators to allevi-
ate the shock experienced
by the children following the
recent K i r y at Shemona
massacre.
Pioneer Women provides
60 per cent of all social
services for women and chil-
dren, Jew and Arab, through
some 1,300 installations, in
Israel.

Because July 4 will
take place on a Thurs.
day, The Jewish News
will print the paper a
day early, and dead-
lines correspondingly_ -
must be moved up one
day. Thus, the deadline
for the issue of July 5
will be noon Friday,
June 28. Publicity re-
ceived past the dead-
line will not be used;
but if copy is still time-
ly, it will appear the
following week.
Classified ad deadline
for the issue of July 5
will be 4 p.m. Tuesday,
July 2.

Kiryat Shemona
Kids to Benefit
From Local Drive

;omen's Clu4 activities

SHALOM CHAI CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
have its installation-luncheon
1 p.m. Wednesday at the
Landmark Restaurant, Green-
field and Lincoln Rds. Mrs.
Ruth Miller will install Mes-
dames Lillian Lublin, presi-
dent; Lillian Barsh, Anna
Dunitz, Ethel Dunitz, Anna
Goldberg, Eva Halpern and
Anna Rottenberg, vice presi-
dents; Rae Freeman, Anna
Lewis, Ida Kaplan, Sophia
Hoffman, secretaries; Lillian
Lublin and Anna Lublin,
treasurers. Chairmen a r e

Anna Lublin, Mollie Zolkawer,
Ethel Dunitz, Etta Felsot, Sophia
Hoffman, Eva Halpern, Rae Free-
man, Freda Solomon, Anna Lew-
is, Sylvia Gumenick, Lillian Barsh,
Mary Sax, Anna Goldberg, Bes-
sie Keys, Sarah Wolfman, Rose
Bassin and Paula Friedman.

Adviser is Lillian. Lublin.
Guests are invited. For res-
ervations, call the chairman,
Rae Freeman, 557-8489.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Wom-
en, will bold its installation
luncheon noon Monday at the
Northgate Apts. •club house.
Rebecca Goldberg will install
Mesdames Bessie Kunin,
Celia Liberman and Anna
Berg, presidents; Rose Nor-
wich and Gertrude Garmel,
vice presidents; Fannie Hoch-
man, Anna Sapperstein" and
Lillian- Levine, secretaries;
and Yetta Weiner, treasurer.
Chairmen are Mesdames Syl-
via Schwartz, Anna Berg,
Rose Leibowitz, Rose Sheri-
zen, Lena Band, Blanche
Rose and Jeanette Serling.
Advisers are Blanche Rose
and Jeanette Serling.

Davidoffs Mark
50th Anniversary

.

gates Mesdames Bernard
Farber, Aubrey Goldman,
Ned Mellen, Harold Robin-
son, Kurt West, Oscar Zemon
and Lansky. Others to be in-
stalled with Mrs. Lansky are
Mesdames Alan Colman, Ned
Mellen and Richard Prentis,
vice presidents; Joseph Gold-
ring, treasurer; and Whitney
Roemer, Charles Benjamin,
Benjamin Gutow and Kurt
West, secretaries. Board
members are Mesdames
Robert Karbel, Norman Katz,
Henry Krolik, Eugene Sims
and Morris Stein.

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44,

Mrs. Edward Edwards will
be installed as president of
Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT, at its annual
installation - luncheon noon
Monday at Topinka's Country
House. Mrs. David Redisch is
chairman of the day. Mrs.
Jack Rubin, the chapter's
first president and member
of the regional executive, na-
tional and district board's of
ORT, will be installing offi-
cer. Twenty-five year mem-
bers will be honored. -Mrs.
Lew Levitt, past president,
will make presentations and
deliver the invocation. Mrs.
Jean Sofferin, vocalist and
guitarist, _ will sing Israeli
and American songs.
* * *
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COM-
MITTEE will hold its new-
old board meeting 10 a.m.
Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Andrew Schlesinger,
30860 Hickor y, - Franklin.
Luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Mandell Lansky will be
installed in her second ter
as president, and reports on
-the recent national confer-
ence will be given by dele-

ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold
its next meeting noon Mon-
day at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club room. Mrs. Na-
than Goldman will be hon-
ored at this _meeting.
* * *
TEMPLE BETH JACOB
SISTERHOOD had its annual
installation-luncheon June 4
at the Sussex House. New
officers are: Pr e s i d en t,
Elaine Fish', co-president,
Lois Stulberg and Mary Ann

Simon; vice presidents, Lil-
lian Hoard, Audrey Mandel,
Laurie Nosanchuk and Cy-
via Snyder; treasurer, Sally
Winkelman; parliamentarian,
Judy Winkelman and secre-
taries, Marcia Rosenbaum
and Judy Schwartz.
(Continued on Page 29)

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Abe Dishell, Senior Adult Club Council president, has
been selected to represent the Jewish Center senior adults
at the annual conference of the National Council of Senior
Citizens in Washington, D.C. An active member of the
Jewish Center for the past five years, Dishell also served
as president of the Retired Men's Recreation Club and is
active in Jewish National Fund activities.

Mr. Sam Hornung of Addison Ave., Southfield, is in
Israel attending the wedding of his son Ricky Sahar (his
Hebrew name). His mother, recuperating from a minor
operation, was unable to attend. Sahar, who has been in
Israel for the -past three years, worked on a kibutz and was
drafted into the Israel Army. His sister, Toby, has been
working on a kibutz in Israel since the Yom Kippur War.
Mr. Sahar and his sabra wife will be in Detroit in October.

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Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher are spending part of the
summer in Israel with their children, Julie and Phillip.
Accompanying the Fishers are Julie's fiance, Ronald Alan
Zamler, son of Mr. Lawrence Zamler of Farmington and
the late Mrs. Zamler; and Phillip's fiancee, Denise Susan
Gildersleeve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Gilder-
sleeve of Lathrup Village.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davi-
doff of Towne Rd., Southfield,
will be honored at a family
dinner on the occasion of
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary.
The dinner will be given
by their children, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Nussbaum of
Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney R. Jacobs and Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Davidoff.
The senior Davidoffs have
lived in Detroit since 1932,
and until his retirement Mr.
Davidoff was associated with
Federal Department Stores.
They are members of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and the Zion-
ist Organization of Detroit.
Mr. Davidoff is commander
of the Lawrence Jones Post
of the Jewish War Veterans.
The Davidoffs have eight
grandchildien and one great-
grandchild.

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