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32 June 25, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ORT Plans Honor Roll Lunch

Honor roll members of
the Michigan Region, Wom-
en's American ORT, will be
honored at the annual honor
roll luncheon noon Wednes-
day at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

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Mrs. Bookstein
to Lead Women

Act III of "Plaza Suite" by
Neil Simon, starring Edgar
A. Guest III and directed by
Pierre Turgeon, will be
presented.
ORT's annual Souvenir
Journal will be distributed.
A gourmet luncheon will be
served. , Sharon Chudnow,
District VII vice president
and national board member,
will deliver the invocation.
Bette Traub, region vice
president and national
board mtip3ber, is general
chairman of the afternoon.
Co-chairman is Lorraine
Sallan.
For luncheon informa-
tion, call the ORT office,
355-9151.

KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women will
have its annual installation
luncheon noon Monday in
the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Officers to be
installed include Lily Rou-
beck, president; Rebecca
Cohen, executive vice presi-
dent; Frances Driker and
Chasia Zimmerman, vice
presidents; Florence Pol-
lack, treasurer; Esther Nus-
baum, Eva Gertzman, Ruth
Adelman and Billie Hal-
pern, secretaries. Rebecca
Cohen is chairman of the
day with Frances Driker as
installing officer. Ruth
Goldman will present a
musical program. There is a
liti. 110 0KST EI N
nominal charge.
installation luncheon noon
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Monday at Kingsley Inn.
Pioneer Women, will have
Mrs. Marvin Levy, in- • • its annual installation
stalling officer, also will in- luncheon noon Wednesday
stall Mesdames Joseph at the Paradiso Cafe. Ruth
Viedrah, Albert Cohen and Miller, president of the
Jack Horwitz, vice presi- Greater Detroit Council of
dents; M.A. Fine, treasurer; Pioneer Women, will be in-
George Brown, Sam Mos- stalling officer. Officers to
cow and Joseph Viedrah, be installed include: Betty
case supervisors; Ben.Yates, Gelman, president; Rose
Philip Kelman, Joseph
Licht, Harry Brown, Wil- Alenco, Ilene Winkelman
liam Frankford and Charles ("woman of the year"), Ruth
Kimmel and Lillian Sinuk,
Ginsburg, secretaries.
Board members include vice presidents; Gitel Sheck-
Mesdames Edgar Brown, man, Reva Lahr, Rose
Jack Barch, Alex Benach, Gayer and Gertrude Becker,
Joseph Chodoroff, Ben Lea- secretaries; Eva Rivkin,
man, Ben Levine, Albert Po- dues chairman; Lena
tiker, Oscar Rappoport, Al Schwartz, treasurer; Flor-
ence Primack, Moetzet Ha-
Sider and Sam Schwartz.
poalot; and Betty Order,
Eva Emmer, Lillian Gold-
Seek Volunteers
man, Leah Gordon, Betty
Gelman, Lena Schwartz,
for Crisis Center
Lillian Klein, Etta Kaplan,
The Oakland Crisis Cen- Reva Lahr, Frances Shap-
ter for Rape and Sexual iro, Anne Goldstein, Lillian
Sinuk, Ann Pazner, Zena
Abuse is recruiting volun-
Berman, Eva Emmer, Rose
teer counselors and commit-
Kleinbard, Rose Hurwitz,
tee workers for the 24-hour
Ruth
Kimmel and Freda
Crisis Line.
chairmen.
Interested volunteers may Metz, committee
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call the Crisis Center,
NSHEI CHABAD
332-0147.
STUDY GROUP will meet
3:30 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Solomon
Cohen, 24510 Harding, Oak
Park. Rabbi Ephraim Spero
will speak.

Wicked Woman

For the wicked woman
hath cast down many
wounded;
Yea, mighty men have
been slain by her.
—Proverbs

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Women's Clubs

Mrs. Abe Bookstein will
be installed as president of
the Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization at its annual

Tues.. Wed. & Fri. 9:30-6:00
Sat. 10-5:30 -

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BRANDEIS CHAPTER,

SUMMER IDACIFACIE

Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday in the
home of Yetta Keplan,
27355 Greenfield, South-
field. Luncheon will be
served. For information,
call Mrs. Kaplan, 557-
7864, or her co-hoStess, Lib-
by Dussault, 341-0560.

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ACHIEZER will hold its
installation dinner 8:30 p.m.
Monday, at the home of
Razie Nusbaum, 17116 Je-
anette, Southfield. Officers
for the 1976-77 year will be:
presidium, Estelle Gelber-
man and Lucille Halber-
stadt; secretaries, Sheila
Tkatch and Goldie Silver-
stein; and treasurer Hadas-
sah Freimark. The girl choir
of Yeshivath Beth Yaakov
will present musical selec-
tions. Co-hostesses for the
evening are Sara Wayn-
traub, Judy Saks, Adelle
Gittleman, Barbara Kresch,
and Chanchie Frankel.

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CHANA CZENESH
Pioneer
CHAPTER,

Women, will have an instal-
lation "garden party" noon
Monday at the home of
Clara Marks, 23040 Ken-

SHALOM QHAI CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

have its annual installation
of officers 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the North-
gate Apts. club house.
Luncheon will be served. Of-
ficers to be installed are Lil-
lian Lublin, president; Lil-
lian Barsh, Anna. Lublin
and Sophia Hoffman, vice
presidents; Rae Freeman,
Ida Kaplan, Eva Hoffman
and Sophia Hoffman, secre-
taries; Frieda Raab and Lil-
lian Barsh, treasurers;
Freda Solomon, Anna Dun-
itz, Clara Klieman, Mollie
Zolkower, Sarah Wolfman,
Anna Goldberg, Bessie
Keys, Anna Lewis, chair-
men. Guests are invited.

M LTER

NORTHGATE CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Sherry Washerman,
librarian of the Oak Park
Library, will review
"Aguna," by Hyman Grade.
President Claire Sherizen
invites guests. Refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Sheri-
zen, 968-5358, or Mrs. Leo
Gruenbaum, 968-5694.

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CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women, will have its final
business meeting of the sea-
son noon Wednesday at the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room. Election of officers
will take place, and annual
reports will be read. There
also will be a report on the
Founder's Club Jubilee
Luncheon to take place July
13. Brunch will be served.
For information, call Chana
Michlin, 968-5351.

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osha, Oak Park. Members
are asked to bring sand-
wiches; coffee and cake will
be served. For information,
call Rose Chesluk, presi-
dent, 548-6488.
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