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July 01, 1977 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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THE DETROIT AwISH NEWS .

1,1 19171

Jewish Historical Society
of Michigan Holds Elections

Women's Clubs

KNOB CIRCLE CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will have a fund-rais-
ing luncheon - followed by,
games and prizes noon July
11 in the Knob-in-the Woods
Apts. club house. There is a

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charge. For tickets, call eon-meeting noon Wednes-
Mrs.•
Grace Berlin, 354-4108.
day in the yeshiva building,
.
***
sponsored by Mrs. Norman
FURNITURE
CLUB Cottler and Mrs. Anita
LADIES will have a lunch- Strauss. Mrs. Leo Laufer,
eon with games to follow president,.announces there
and a plant show and sale - will be games and prizes.
noon Tuesday in the Furni- Friends are invited.
***
ture Club. Members' guests

are invited at a nominal
CLUB TWO,
Pioneer
charge: For reservations,
Women, will have a meet-
call Hilda Erman, 546-3306, ing 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in
or Jean Rosen, LI 7-3293.
the Northgate Apts. club
house. Adele Mondry will re-
LADIES OF YESHIVATH view, "Aguna, The Desert-
BETH
YEHUDAH and ed Woman," by Chaim
WOMEN'S SABBATH Grade. Brunch will be serv-
LEAGUE will hold a lunch- ed, and friends are wel-
come.

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Mrs. Markel Re-Elected for 10th
Term as Music Study President

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and Mrs. Marvin Rich, sec-
retaries; Mrs. Mark How-
ard, treasurer and Mrs.
Max Reich, administrative
assistant.

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At the 18th annual meet-
ing of the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan held
Sunday at the Sheraton
Southfield, the following
were - elected to office for
1977-78:
Mrs. Doris•Easton, presi-
dent; Morris
Friedman,
vice pregi-
dent; Rueben
Levine, treas-
urer; , Phillip
Applebaum,
Mrs. Irving I.
Edgar, Mrs.
Mrs. Easton Oscar
D.
Schwartz, secretaries.

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Hebrew Club
Sets Meetings

Moadon Ivri, the Hebrew
Club, will meet 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday and July 27 in
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter's 10 Mile branch.
Dr. Milton Steinhardt will
present two lectures on
"The Jewish Identity in the
Life of Theodor Herzl." The
public is invited to the all-
Hebrew lectures.

Board members elected
for two-year terms are:
Mesdames Charles R. Kra-
mer, Jerry C. Rosenberg
and Gerald J. Rowin; for
one-year terms : Mesdames
George Charnas, Hyman
Goodman and Felix Rose-
nwach.
Appointed board mem-
bers include Mesdames Sig-
mund Cohen, Leonard
Hack, Ben Meckler, Arthur
S. Purdy, Bernard Rollin,
Morris Rosman, Morris W.
Stein and Henry Weinberg.
Past-presidents on the
board are: Mesdames Nor-
man Allan, A. Victor Bizer,
M. Benyas, A. Brasch, Gold-
ie Eskin, Dr. Gertrude Gor-
don, and Mesdames Sidney
Jackson, Sol Q. Kesler, J.
Stewart Linden, Ezra Lip-
kin, Samuel Lucas, Louis ---
P. Miller, Emery Monash,
Hy Morgan, Maurice
Morse, Jacob S. Sauls, Jack
Scherr, Gilbert Schoenfeld,
A. Joseph Seltzer and Ed-
ward Zellman.
At the annual meeting,
Music Study Club was pre-
sented with a National
Award of Merit for Out-
standing Scholarship for
1976-77 by Mrs. Raymond
H. Reece, vice president of
the National ederation of
Music Clubs. Mrs. Louis P.
Miller, immediate past-
-,president, is chairman of
the club's scholarship com-
mittee.

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Elected to the board of di-
rectors were: Goldie Adler,
Robert Benyas, Jeffrey
Bonin, Dr. Ralph Coskey,
Walter Field, Rabbi Leon
Fram, Mrs. Morris Fried-
man, Alvin Kushner, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lamed,
Mrs. Patricia Pilling, Abra-
ham Satovsky, Mrs. Her-
bert Schein, Dr. Oscar D.
Schwartz, Myron Sempli-
ner, Leonard N. Simons,
George M. Stutz, Mrs. De-
vera Stocker, Dr. Saul Sug-
ar and Dr. Lee Weinstock.
Included on the board are
past presidents Allen A.
Warsen, Irving I. Katz,
Rabbi Emanuel Apple-
baum, Dr. Irving I. Edgar,
Dr. Abraham S. Rogoff and
Dr. Henry Green.
Re elected to serve as edi-
tor of the JHSM's bi-annual
journal, Michigan Jewish
History, was Dr. Irving I.
Edgar.
Officers and board mem-
bers were installed by Allen
.A. Warsen, honorary presi-
dent. Guest speaker was
Goldie Adler.

Primrose Presents
Gift to Campaign

Primrose Benevolent So-
ciety, an organization found-
ed 46 years ago to assist
needy families in Detroit,
recently presented the first
installment of its annual
gift w the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Efriergen-
cy Fund. Last year, the con-
tribution totaled more than
$3,000.
Mrs. Morris Brandwine,
chairman of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation's Culture
and Education Division, ac-
cepted the check on behalf
of Federation from Mrs.
Manuel Neiman, president
of the club.

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