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May 12, 1978 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-12

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Friday, May 12, 1918 51

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FREDDY SHEYER
COMBO

Women's Clubs

CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will hold a lunch-
eon and games party noon
Monday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Mary
Zate, Lillian Fine and
Jeanette Serling are the
sponsors. Luncheon chair-
man are Bella Honeyman
and Anna Berg. Proceeds
will benefit the child rescue
fund. For reservations, call
Mrs. Serling, 968-8518, or
Toby Hochberg, 547-3314.

CHANA CZENESH
CHAPTER,
Pioneer

Women, will meet noon
Tuesday at the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. How-
ard Simon of the American
Civil Liberties Union will
speak on "Defending Our
Rights." Refreshments will
be served, and guests are
welcome.
•• •

MASSADA CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Monday in the home of
Reba Colman, 25836 Salem,
Huntington Woods, an-
nounces Betty Karbal,
president. Officers will be
elected.

OAKFIELD CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will hold its annual
used book sale 9:30 a.m. - 9
p.m. Thursday, May 19 and
20 at the Livonia Mall.
Paperback and hardbound
books, magazines, records,
sewing patterns and jigsaw
puzzles will be available.

YOUNG ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will have its

annual Mother and Daugh-
ter Luncheon noon Sunday
in Stollman Hall of Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. Pro-
gram chairmen Marian
Dunchan and Bena Wagner
announce sisterhood mem-
bers will model "fashions of
yesteryear." For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
398-1177.

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its

annual election of officers
and trustees noon Wednes-
day in Goodman Hall of the
West Bloomfield
synagogue. A Chinese auc-
tion will follow. Refresh-
ments will be served.

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its



annual installation 6:30
p.m. May 22 in the
synagogue. Dinner will be
served. Sisterhood past
president, Anne Leeman,
will be installing officer.
For reservations by Mon-
day, call Sylvia Goldsmith,
968-5193, or Esther Stein,
646-8043. Lotty Partovich
is installation chairman.
There is a charge. "Lunch 'n
Laughter" will be the theme
of the women's donor to be
held noon June 8 in the
synagogue. Program
chairman, Anne Panter,
will render a presentation,
"All in the Jewish Family."
Proceeds will be used to es-
tablish a Camp Ramah
scholarship fund. Donor
chairman is Nancy Miller.
Esther Rosenblum is vice

president of fund-raising.
For reservations by May 26,
call Rose Levin, ticket
chairman, 645-9471, or
Miriam Cohen, co-
chairman, 557-1862.
. • •

SHOSHANIM CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

hold a general membership
meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
in the home of Debra Levin,
667 Century Dr., Troy. Judy
Karbal will speak on "The
Foundations of the Jewish
Home." Guests are wel-
come.

ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will have its

annual election and instal-
lation of officers noon Mon-
day in the synagogue.
Luncheon will be served.
Doris Markle will be instal-
ling officer. A musical pro-
gram featuring vocalist
Betty Ulrych, accompanied
by Lillian Zelman, will fol-
low. Co-chairmen are Rose
Liss and Geri Botwin, as-
sisted by Toby Dobkin,
Molly Starman, Roslyn
Katzman, Phyllis Soltz and
Ida Sher. Nita Lichtenstein
will give the invocation and
Bess Axelrod will recite the
Birkat Hamazon. There is a
charge. Guests are wel-
come. For information or
reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.
•• •

NEGBAH CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will have a
social-meeting noon Wed-
nesday in the Lincoln To-
wers Apts. club room. Re-
freshments will be served,
and guests are welcome.

NORTHEAST CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will hold its installa-
tion and spring luncheon
12:15 p.m. Monday at Stouf-
fer's Northland Inn. Mrs.
Harold Kukes will be instal-

ling officer. Mrs. Robert
Morrison will be chairman
of the day. Soprano Helen
Rowin, accompanied by Ar-
lene Victor, will present a
program, "David's Ameri-
can Dream." Guests and
new members are welcome.
•• •

PARKWOOD CHAP-
TER, Women's American

ORT, will have a "Wing
Your Way to a Spring
Luncheon," 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Bay
Pointe Country Club. Sub-
scribers to Wingspread and
their guests are invited.
Mrs. Herbert Pomerantz,
Michigan Region president
will give the invocation.
Mrs. Morton Bechek is
chairman of the day. Margie
Ruby will render a musical
presentation, announces
the president, Mrs. Ben Bo-
rin. For reservations, call
Mrs. George Seid, 399-6228.

chairman of fund raising.
For tickets or to donate
gifts, call the JNF, 968-
0820.

WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will

hold their installation noon
Tuesday at Temple
Emanu-El, it was an-
nounced by Diane Levine,
president. Dessert luncheon
will be served. Belle Levin
will be installing officer; ac-

companist will be Esther
Allan. Awards will be pre-
sented.

Music For All Ages

398 2462

-

Special; Shower Mother With

A FRAME OF LOVED ONES

Many other Beautiful Gifts

LUCITE &. GAMES

The Guest List

We are never retail

Vicki 557-8562

Barbara 968-3166

t_ca,

(410 Wei

OAK PARK

ZEDAKAH CLUB an-
nounces tickets are still
available for its annual
donor to be held 11:30 a.m.
Monday at Temple
Emanu-El. Petite luncheon
will be served, followed by a
bus ride to see the play
"American Silhouettes" at
the Hilberry Theater. For
information, call Mrs. Jerry
Morof, 644-2280.

••



YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
'FUND announce tickets

are still available for their
11th annual auction to take
place 7 p.m. May 21 at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Wine and
cheese preview will precede
the auction. Auction chair-
men•are: Annette Neuvirth,
ticket chairman; Micki
Grossman, co-chairman of
fund raising; Barbara Shap-
iro, membership chairman;
and Phyllis Abrahams,

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Plans 22nd Donor Lunch

Cong. Beth Shalom Sis-
terhood will hold its 22nd
annual honor roll donor
luncheon noon Thursday in
the synagogue.
A musical program, "Let
Us Entertain You," featur-
ing Music Plus One will be
presented, announces Mari-
lyn Katz, donor chairman.
Music Plus One members
are Gloria Bookstein, Freda
Mendelson and Marcia
Tanzman, vocalists;
Rochelle Barr, accompanist;
and Betty Fishman nar-
rator. They will perform
Jewish and Broadway and
movie show tunes.
A gourmet luncheon will
be served. The "Tree of Life"
pin will be among the prizes
awarded to members.

The luncheon commit-
tee includes Paula Bal-
kin, Ada Efros, Bernice
Gill, Bess Gorelick, Ethel
Hoffman, Marcia Kahn,
Sheila Lederman, Bar-
bara Lefton, Bess Lipson,
Tibie Rudofsky, Harriitt
Sandweiss, Evelyn
Schwartz, Ruth Selvan,
Jeannette Sklarchyk,

Reva Talon, Lois Victor,
Helen Zimmerman and
Phyllis Zusman.

Phyllis Siegel and Ronne
Widenbaum are in charge of
table decorations. Proceeds
will go for kitchen equip-
ment for the synagogue. For
information, call Marilyn
Katz, 542-0527, or Ms. Gill,
353-1630.

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