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May 28, 1976 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BILLY
THE CLOWN!

Israel Bond Women's Division Installs Officers

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AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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Mrs. Jan Peerce, National
Women's Division chairman
of State of Israel Bonds,
appeared at an installation
luncheon of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Women's Divi-
sion and cautioned Jewish
women against compla-
cency .concerning their
identity as Jews, warning
them that no Jew, anywhere
in the world, can feel secure
without the existence of the
state of Israel.

At the luncheon meeting,
held in the Bloomfield Hills
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Krinsky, Mrs. Peer e
installed Mrs. Allen Char-
lupski of Southfield as De-
troit's Israel Bond Women's
Division chairman.
The new slate of Women's

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MRS. BARDACH

Amy Beth Mason and
Clifford J. Bardach were
married in a recent cere-
mony at the Monroe Golf
and Country Club. Rabbis
Benjamin Gorrelick of
Cong. Beth Achim and Mor-
ton Goldberg officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A.
Mason of Ruff Dr., Monroe.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Bardach of Great Neck,
N.Y.
Lynne Konstant was her
sister's matron of honor,
and Stephanie Mason was
her sister's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Suzanne
Serwin and Laura Sim-
mons. Rachel Bardach was
flower girl.
Dr. J. Ronald Rowes was
best man. Ushers wre Wil-
liam Lane, Kenneth Silveri-
and Kenneth Bardach,
brother of the bridegroom.
Following a honeymoon
in the Virgin Islands, the
couple wil live in New York.

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May 28, 1976 33

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Division officers includes:
Mrs. Felix Rosenzweig,
Prime Minister's Club
chairman; Mrs. Alex Stark,
sponsor chairman; Mrs.
Morris Starkman, cash col-
lection chariman; Mrs. Sam-
uel Hamburger, advisor;
Mrs. Nathan L. Fink, golden
sponsor chairman; and Mrs.
Henry Dorfman, diamond
trustee chairman.

Schaver, Mrs. Norman Al-
lan and Mrs. Fred Alpert.
Diamond Trustees are
Mrs. David Pollack, Mrs.
Merrill Gordon and Mrs.
Joseph Krinsky.
In accepting the chair-
manship of the Women's Di-
vision, Mrs. Charlupski said,
"While each of us have our
own purpose for actively
participating as leaders in
The event, attended by . any given area of communal
40 members and guests of work, in Bonds we have the
the National Honorary common purpose of aiding
Societies of Israel Bonds, Israel to make her a strong,
resulted in over $300,000 viable and secure Jewish
being subscribed for Israel homeland."
Mrs. Peerce, who with
Bonds. "This gratifying
her husband, the re-
response, produced imme-
diately prior to and at the nowned tenor, has trav-
luncheon, proves that we eled world-wide and made
women can hold our own numerous trips to Israel,
said, "Israelis have lived
as standard bearers for the
in a state of war for the 28
entire community," said
years of existence of the
Mrs. Charlupski.
They have taxed
Especially meaningful to state.
themselves higher than
the new chairman was a $5,- any
on earth to
000 check sent from Israel meet nation
defense expenditures
by her daughter Helen
and have experienced ter-
Charlupski, in honor of the rible
occasion. Miss Charlupski is limb. losses of life and
a social worker in the neu-
"How can we Jews of
rological department of America
to lend her
Hadassah Hospital in Jeru- the funds hesitate
she needs to sur-
salem.
vive?" she asked. "As a poor
Women enrolled in the
Russian woman once said to
Prime Minister's Club now
my husband when we were
include: Mrs. Rosenzweig,
in Leningrad, 'Please let my
Mrs. Charlupski, Mrs. Adolf child touch you — a free
Komer, Mrs. Dorfman, Mrs.
Jew. And please, don't let
Hamburger, Mrs. Morris L.
Israel forget us.' "

[Women's Clubs)

YOUNG WOMEN OF
JNF will hold their final
luncheon of the season noon
Wednesday at the Cran-
brook Center Apts. club
house. Richard Lobenthal,
Michigan Region Director of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will
be guest speaker. Admission
is with a Blue Box. For in-
formation and reservations,
call the JNF office,
968-0820.

p.m. June 12 in the syn-
agogue. Sharlene Ungar,
president of the Michigan
Branch of Women's League
for Conservative Judaism,
will be installing officer.
Tobi Fox will be installed as
president. Cantor Simon
Bermanis will lead the sing-
ing. Chairman of the day is
Lotty Partovich. For lunch-
eon reservations, by June 7,
call Bessie Glazier,
342-4369, or Beverly Hacker.
* * *
Guests are invited at a nom-
WHITEHALL-CHAI
inal charge.
* * *
CHAPTER,
Pioneer
Women will have a luncheon
AVODAH CHAPTER,
and games party noon June Pioneer Women, will meet
14 in the Whitehall Apts. noon Tuesday in the home
club house. Guests are in- of Mina Herman, 23550
vited at a nominal charge.
Gardner, Oak Park. Officers
* * *
will be installed at the so-
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
cial-meeting.
Pioneer Women, will have a
* * *
meeting noon Wednesday in
MAIMONIDES MEDI-
the Lincoln Towers Apts. CAL SOCIETY WOM-
club house. Lillian Klein EN'S AUXILIARY in-
and Leah Gordon will report stalled Barbara Schreier as
on their trip to Israel. Re- president at its annual in-
freshments will be served, stallation luncheon. In-
and friends are invited.
stalled with her were
* * *
Sharon Kriendler, Geral-
PURITY CHAPTER, dine Lester, Shirley Zirkin,
Order of the Eastern Star, Sandra Zeskind and Myrna
will have a business meeting Ross, vice presidents; Sally
7:45 p.m. June 7 at the Odd Mandel, Sheri Michaels,
Fellows Temple, Berkley. Tony Rosenfeld and Diane
Refreshments will be Rubenfire, secretaries; and
served.
Esther Rosenblum, trea-
* * *
surer.
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
* * *
HOOD will have its final
NSHEI
CHABAD
board meeting of the season STUDY GROUP will meet
6:30 p.m. June 7 in the syn- 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the
agogue. A light dinner will home of Mrs. Eric Green-
be served. For reservations baum, 25030 Kenosha, Oak
by Wednesday, call Beverly Park. Rabbi Greenbaum
Hacker, 353-5148. President will speak.
Sheila Schussler will give
her annual report.
It is more worthy to make
The women will hold their others do good than to do
annual installation at an good yourself.
oneg Shabat luncheon 12:30
—Baba Bathra 9.

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