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June 18, 1976 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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Women's Clubs

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold its opening
board meeting of the new
administration 7:30 p.m.
Monday in the synagogue
youth lounge. Refreshments
will be served. Board mem-
bers not listed previously
are Alice Bermanis, Sandy
Brenner, Sharon Burns,
Fern Ettinger, Lillian
Feuerman, Lillian Finkel-
stein, Annie Friedman,
Irma Glaser, Barbara Har-
ris, Beth Jacobs, Lillian
Katz, Anne Leeman, Rose
Levin, Suzanne Levitt,
Louba Lupiloff, Rae Margo-
lis, Sylvia Panush, Dorothy
Paris, Lotty Partovich, Ger-
trude Rosen, Sheila Schus-
sler, Barbara Shapiro, Judy
Siegel, Audrey Silverman,
Phyllis Subar, Edith Swee-
twine, Irene Turbow, Han-
ica Ullmann, Geraldine
Weingarden, Fredell White-
man, Bernice Wilson and
Etta Wilson.
* * *
SHARONA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will have
its final board meeting of
the year and dinner 6:30
p.m. Monday in the home of
Blanche Tuchman, 29430
Red Leaf Dr., Southfield.

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CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will hold a meeting
11:30 a.m. Monday at the
Northgate Apts. club house.
Adele Mondry will present
a program. Blanche Rose
will sponsor the brunch.
Friends are welcome.

* * *
PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star
will hold a "Friendship
Night" 7:45 p.m. Monday at
the Odd Fellows Hall. There
will be a program and re-
freshments.
* * *
WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM , ORGANIZA-
TION will 'hold a regular
meeting noon Monday at the
M.C.L. Cafeteria. Final dis-
cussion of installation of
officers will be on agenda.
* * *
FANNIE
GLUCK
Mizrachi
CHAPTER,
Wornci will hold an in-
stallation luncheon noon
Monday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Mrs. Phillip
Fealk will install the follow-
ing officers: president for
presidium, Mrs. Ann Rosen-
berg and Mrs. Emil Spill-
man; vice presidents, Mrs.
Goldie Liebow and Mrs. Lil-
lian Varnen; treasurer, Mrs.
Louis Bigman; secretaries,
Mrs. Jack Stevens, Mrs.
Ethel Rosen, Mrs. Pearl
Goldberg, Mrs. A. Krieger,
Mrs. Sol Wolack, Mrs. Re-
becca Subar and Mrs. Birdie
Weiner; and chaplain, Mrs.
Kay Genser. The board
members will be Mrs. Joe
Baker, Mrs. Gert Becker,
Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. Es-
ther Sterns, Mrs. Eve Her-
man, Mrs. Sam Shulman,
Mrs. Fay Margolis, Mrs.

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Mrs. Norman Cottler will
host the luncheon and Mrs.
Dorothy Meckler will pre-
sent a program. There will
be a charge.
* * *
LADIES OF YESHI-
VATH BETH YEHUDAH
AND WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold
a luncheon-meeting noon
Wednesday at the yeshiva
building. Mrs. M. Flatt is
sponsoring this luncheon in
honor of her first grandson.
Reports of the recent moth-
er-daughter luncheon will
be given by Sylvia Haus-
man. Mrs. Leo Laufer, pres-
ident, invites guests.
* * *
BETH MOSES SIS-
TERHOOD will have its
annual installation 8 p.m.
Wednesday in the sanctu-
ary. Sharlene Ungar, presi-
dent of the Michigan
Branch, Women's League
for Conservative Judaism,
will be installing officer.
New officers are: Estelle
Smith, president; Rita Tere-
belo, Sophie Feldman and
Lanka Ilkow, vice presi-
dents; Doris Bean, trea-
surer; Roberta Weisswas-
ser, Sylvia Glantz and
Elizabeth Gross, secre-
taries. Board members are
Dorothy Deitch, Florence
Leider, Bea Leaderman,
Harriet Rogoff, Adele Good-
man, Evelyn Drottman,
Pearl Miller, Nathalie Ben-
yas, Ruth Penner, Hilda
Alspector, Nettie Schwartz,
Gertrude Schneider, Laura
Beneson, Terry Papp, Sarah
Farkus, Ilene Rubin, Bess
Katz, Lois Kirshbaum, Lil-
lian Grey, Gertrude Green,
Ethel Berman, Betty
Merna, Ruth Kimmel, Eve-
lyn Skupsky and Barbara
Schnipper. Past presidents
will be honored, and re-
freshments will be served.
Guests are invited.
* * *
NSHEI
CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Avraham
Freedman, 26135 Harding,
Oak Park. Rabbi Freedman
will speak.
* * *
NSHEI
CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at Cong. Mis-
kan Israel Nusach H'Ari.
Rabbi Bezalel Gottlieb will
speak.

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Kidnapped Doctor
Slain in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Funeral services were
held at the Jewish cemetery
June 8 for Dr. Salvador Ak-
erman, a prominent physi-
cian who was kidnapped
June 4 and subsequently
murdered.
His bullet-riddled body
was thrown from a car with
his hands tied behind his
back.
Dr. Akerman was a gyne-
cologist who practiced at
several private clinics and at
the Jewish hospital.

Local Pioneer Women to Have

Marriages

Leadership Training Institute

RUTH MILLER

Robinson-Pollack
Rites Solemnized

A leadership training In-
stitute will be conducted by
Greater Detroit Council,
Pioneer Women, from 10
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Council president Ruth
Miller will open the sessions
with a "State of the Organi-
zation" report.
The following Council vice
presidents will chair the
sessions attended by their
20 individual chapter coun-
terparts: Lillian Shapiro,
organization; Dorothy Ten-
dler, and Barbara Disner,
funds; and Betty Rath, edu-
cation.
The afternoon session will
be chaired by Carrie Ber-
man, past regional director.
Coffee and cake will be pro-
vided. Participants are re-
quested to bring thier own
lunch.

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Marilynn Patricia Pollack
became the bride of E. Ste-
ven Robinson in a recent
ceremony at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom and Cantor
Larry Vieder officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Pol-
lack of Scottsdale Dr.,
Franklin. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Erwin Robinson of
Henley Ave., Huntington
Woods.
The bride was attended
by her sisters, Bobbi Toll
and Linda Schafer; the
bridegroom's sisters, Judy
Kepes and Marcia Robinson;
and Shelley August of Mu-
skegon.
Warren Robinson was
his brother's best man.
Ushers were Gilbert Toll,
Arnold Schafer, Richard
Kepes and Benjamin
Brody.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ho-
chman, grandparents of the
bridegroom also partici-
pated.
The couple is honeymoon-
ing in Hawaii.

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Anti-Terrorist Act
Drafted by EEC

BRUSSELS (JTA) — The
Ministers of Justice of the
nine member states of the
European Common Market
approved a draft project
which would describe ter-
rorist acts as "criminal" and
deprive terrorists of their
political status.
The draft project defines
as "common law crimes"
aerial hijackings, threats
against civilian planes, at-
tacks against civilians and
diplomats, the taking of
hostages and the use of
grenades, bombs and any
explosives.

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berg officiated. The couple
is living in Oak Park.

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