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September 26, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah Event
Slated Tuesday

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Pioneer Women to Hold 50th Anniversary Parley

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah meet-
ing incorrectly listed in last
week's Jewish News will be
held 12:15 p.m. Tuesday
(Sept. 30) at Temple Beth
El.
Mrs. Edward H. Lewis,
national treasurer, will
speak.
The "Key to Mt. Scopus"
pin will be on sale at the
meeting, at which Mrs. Pe-
ter A. Martin, chapter presi-
dent, will preside. For infor-
mation on the gold key
drive, call Mrs. Philip Sher-
man, 353-9213.

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Jewish Character

NEW YORK — Newly
strengthened ties between
Israel and the United States
will be the subject of major
addresses by Senators
Lloyd Bentsen and Birch
Bayh, and Simcha Dinitz,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, at the 50th
Anniversary Convention of
Pioneer Women to be held
Oct. 19-22 at Miami Beach.
Other major addresses
will be given by Leah Rabin,
wife of Israel's prime minis-
ter and Tamar Eshel, secre-
tary-general of Moetzet
Hapoalot/Pioneer Women
— the Working Women's
Council of Israel.
A panel honoring Interna-

By three distinctive signs
we trace the members of the
Jewish race:—a tender
heart, self-reverence, and
practical benevolence.
—The Talmud

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Friday, September 26, 1975 31

LEAH RABIN

Special anniversary high-
lights will include the film
premier of "Pioneer
Women: A Legacy to Build
On," a documentary tracing
the role of women pioneers
in Israeli society since the
early 1900's.
Three national past presi-
dents of Pioneer Women
who have settled in Israel,
Esther Zackler, Rose Kauf-
man and Dr. Sara Feder
will be among special guests
participating in the jubilee
celebration.

FIRESTONE

BIRCH BAYH

tional Women's Year will be
moderated by Dr. Marie
Syrkin, author and editor,
and will include Elinor Gug-
genheimer, New York City
Commissioner of Consumer
Affairs; Joyce Miller of the
Coalition of Labor Union
Women, and the Amalga-
mated Clothing 'Workers of
America, and Dr. Sara
Feder, early woman's rights
activist.
Drs. Judah Shapiro and
Allen Pollack, along with
I. L. Kenen, honorary
chairman of the Ameri-
can-Israel Public Affairs
Committee, are also sched-
uled to address the con-
vention.

Pioneer Women Presidents to Be
Honored During Unit's 50th Year

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Current and past Pioneer Women presidents to be
honored during the jubilee year of the organization in
the U.S. are, from left, seated: Sarah Levin, Chana
Michlin, Reba Colman, secretary; and Sophie Sislin,
founder. From left, standing, are: Frieda Leemon,
Mildred Weiss, Goldie Wasserman, Ruth Miller, presi-
dent Birmingham Chapter; Nettie Turner, Alice Ross,
Bessie Berris, Rebecca Goldberg. Not pictured are
Emma Schreier, Ida Kay, Ruth Kanter. Helen Posner,
Doris Fishman and Shirlee Katzman. For information
on Pioneer Women, call the Great Detroit Council office,
851-0750.

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Ruth Miller, president of
the Greater Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women, will
present greetings. The pub-
lic is invited. For informa-
tion, call the Pioneer
Women office, 851-0750.

Participating groups in-
clude the Detroit Council
for World Affairs—Wayne
State University, Detroit Florence Hochberg
Metropolitan Chapters of
NOW and the Metropolitan Fundraiser Is Set
Area League of Women Vot-
The Florence Hochberg
ers the Center for Teaching Social Aid Club will hold its
About Peace and War and annual fundraising lunch-
Pioneer Women.
eon 12:30 p.m. Oct. 21 at the
Irma Henderson, De-
Sutton Place Apts. club
troit City Councilperson
room.
and Mildred Jeffrey, di-
The proceeds of the event
rector of the UAW Con- are donated to local and Is-
sumer Affairs, will discuss raeli agencies for retarded
"international Womens and handicapped children.
Year — Mexico City Con-
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the Future."
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