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May 30, 1975 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs

WHITEHALL-CHAI
CHAPTER,
Pioneer

BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will meet noon

Women, will hold a business
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
the Whitehall Apts. club
house. Plans for a luncheon
will be discussed. Guests
are invited, and refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *

Monday at the synagogue.
Mrs. Eva Kohn is program
chairman. Rena Tobes,
president, will give her an-
nual report. Members to be
honored include: Rose Gran-
itz, Pearl Iczkowitz, Serena
Brumer, Hedda Blum, Ka-
thy Kahn, Gizella Tobet,
Marianne Reinstein, Marian
Nueman, Belle Simon and
Anne Milgrom. A program
will be presented, and a des-
sert luncheon will be served.
* * *

WINCHESTER CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will have its third an-
nual mah jong and games
light 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
le Tel-12 Mall community
room. Refreshments will be
served, and there will be
prizes. There is a charge.

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PURITY CHAPTER,

Order of Eastern Star, will
hold a business meeting 7:45
p.m. Monday at the Oddfel-
lows Temple. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *

BETH SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its

installation of officers noon
Wednesday at the syn-
agogue. Mrs. Sol Lipson will
be installed as president.
Yemenite and modern Is-
raeli folk dances will be pre-
sented. A petite buffet
luncheon will be served, and
guests are invited.

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NEGBAH CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will have a
luncheon honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Saslove who are
leaving to make their home
in California, noon Wednes-
day at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club house. A scholar-
ship will be established in
honor of the couple. For res-
ervations, call the president,
Fanny Press, VE 6-6768.
Guests are invited.
* * *

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB President

Mrs. Martha Nitzken an-
nounces a meeting will be
held 8 p.m. Monday at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Election of officers will take
place, and Mrs. Irene Rod-
man, slate chairman, will
present the nominees. Es-
telle Alter and her commit-
tee will serve refreshments.

NEW YORK — Simone
Levitt, wife of builder Wil-
lian J. Levitt and a promi-
nent social leader, was
named chairman of the 1975
inaugural luncheon of the
women's division of the An-
ti-Defamation League Ap-
peal, June 11 at the Hotel
Pierre.
The appointment was an-
nounced by Mrs. Theodore
Silbert, general chairman of
the division. Mrs. Silbert
also announced that honor-
ary chairmen for the lunch-
eon are Mrs. Dwight D. Ei-
senhower; Mrs. Lyndon B.
Johnson; Mrs. Nelson A.
Rocifcefeller; Mrs. Abraham
D. Beame; Mrs. Herbert H.
Lehman; Mrs. John V. Lind-
say; Elinor Guggenheimer,

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American ORT, installed
the following officers at a
recent Mother-Daughter
Installation Dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek: president,
Mrs. Louis Viedrah; vice
presidents, Mesdames Er-
nest Beren, Stanley Sucan,
Joel Willens, Burton
Schwartz, Lloyd Ruby,
James Gottfurcht, Irving
Markel, Morton Feldman,
Irving Barit and Bernard
Blase; treasurer, Ben
Lusky; and secretaries, Her-
bert. Samovitz, Paul Sheri-
zen, Allen Woodell and
Cheryl Davidson. Board
members are Mesdames Joe
Climstein, Milton Weitzer,
Sol Cash, Michael Levine,
Marvin Siegel, Jerry Cher-
now, Howard Ranen, Stan-
ley Blankman, Joseph Crys-
tal, Mike Shapiro, Harry
Weitzer and Leo Papp.
* * *

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York City Department of
Consumer Affairs; Dr. Lilly
Bruck, director of consumer
education for the depart-
ment; Pulitzer Prize-win-
ning art critic Emily Gen-
auer and Bess Myerson.
The luncheon will feature
the presentation of ADL's
Rita V. Tishman Human
Relations Award, conferred
annually upon a woman for
"dedication to translating
democratic ideals into a way
of life for all Americans."
The event also launches
the women's division's par-
ticipation in a nationwide
effort to finance the ADL's
human relations programs.

SHARONA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will hold a
plant- party at its next meet-
ing S p.m. Thursday at the
home of Adrienne Gold-
baum, 18521 Midway,
Southfield.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will have a social
meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
at the Northgate Apts. club
house. PlanS for summer ac-
tivities will be discussed.
President Jeanette Serling
invites guests.
* * *

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will install officers

and board members at an
oneg Shabat luncheon 12:30
p.m. Saturday following
services in the synagogue.
Mrs. Arthur Schussler will
be installed for her third
term of office as president
by installing officer Mrs.
Irving Chaiken, president of
the Michigan Branch of
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism. Mrs.
Donald Davis is chairman of
the afternoon. Attendance
at the luncheon is by reser-
vation only.
* * *

Friday, May 30, 1975 37

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

meet noon Monday at the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. Pearl Chafetz, presi-
dent, announces Rebecca
Warren will present a pro-
gram on "I. L. Peretz," com-
memorating the 60th anni-
versary of the author's
death. Committee reports
will be given and refresh-
ments will be served. Guests
are invited.

* * *

NSHEI
CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine

Mile area) will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Mishkan Israel, 14000 W.
Nine Mile. Rabbi Sholom
Ber Stock will speak.

DAVID HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will have a luncheon

June 17 at the Northgate
Apts. social hall. Hostesses
are Janet Ginsburg, Mary
Gutterman. Dorothy Kreis-
ler, Dorothy Schecter, Fay
Luchtan and Rose
Schwartz. For tickets and
information, call Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 557-6674.

* * *

NSHEI
CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (10 Mile

area) will meet 3:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Mrs. Joseph Hirsch, 24500
Radclift, Oak Park. Rabbi
Hirsch will speak.
* * *

CITY OF HOPE CAN-
CER FIGHTERS executive

board will meet 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Ir-

California Miss
to Wed Detroiter

win Kanat, 24595 Lee
Baker, Southfield.

YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will hold its last

luncheon meeting of the
season noon Wednesday at
the Cranbrook Club Center,
18187 South, Beverly Hills.
Max Shaye, artist and phi-
lanthropist, will speak and
show his paintings. There is
a charge, and guests are in-
vited. For information, calf
the JNF office, 968-0820.

MISS STOWE

Hadassah to Hold
Annual Installation

Metropolitan
Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
hold its annual installation
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Morris Adler will be
installing officer, Mrs. Nor-
man Rosenfeld, chairman of
the day and Mrs. Eli Gross,
director. An original musi-
cal presentation entitled
"Ms. Hadassah-1975" will
be presented.
Program participants in-
clude Mesdames Leonard
Baruch, Victor Linden, Jer-
ome Kaufman, Stephan
Gurman, Sidney Feldman,
Daniel Levitt, Irwin Wilner,
Louis Wohl, Irving Yura,
Leslie Schmier, David Edel-
man, Harry Platt, Jack Sol-
way, Harold Hoffman, Ber-
nard Stollman, David
Schurgin, Nathan Sober-
man, Fred Garon and Ivan I.
Meisner.

Mrs. Bryna Nalibow and
Mr. Irving Stowe, both of
Long Beach, Calif., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Soni Lee
Stowe to Mark Steven
Schneider, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Schneider of
Selkirk Ave., Southfield.

Miss Stowe will begin
studies for a nursing career
in the fall. Her fiance was
graduated from New York
University and is a master's
degree candidate in instruc-
tional media at California
State University.

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