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June 16, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-16

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Engagements

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gil-
son of West Bloomfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their. daughter, Kathryn
Gilson, to Peter Wanger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Wanger of Miami, Fla. Miss
Gilson and her fiance were
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan Law
School. A summer wedding
is planned.

Autograph Party
for Local Author

Women's Clubs

Author Esther Broner
will be honored at an autog-
WHITEHALL CHA I, nual report, and the new
raph party being held on the
TERHOOD will hold the
Chapter, Pioneer Women
occasion of the publication
slate will be presented.
first board meeting of its
of her fourth book, "A will meet noon Monday i n Celia Feigenson will spon-
new administration 7:30
the
home
of
Estelle
Rap
Weave of Women," 2 p.m.
sor the luncheon. For in- p.m. Monday in the
Sunday at the Birmingham paport, 23237 Providenc e formation,
call
Mrs. synagogue. Outgoing and
Bookstore, 263 Pierce, Bir- Dr., Southfield. Plans fo ✓ Michlin, 968-5351.
incoming officers will ex-
* * *
mingham.
the July 10 games party wil 1
change portfolios. Coffee
Mrs. Broner, an associate be discussed.
SHALOM CHAI
will be served.
* * *
professor of English at
* * *
CHAPTER, Pioneer Wo-
WOMEN'S BICUR
Wayne State University, is
men, will have a luncheon
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
the author of "Her CHOLEM ORGANIZA - 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Women,
will
meet 11:30
TION will hold a regula ✓ the Northgate Apts. club
Mothers," "Journal-
a.m. Monday in the North-
also plays violin
Nocturnal" and "Summer Is meeting 11:30 a.m. Monday
house, honoring Mr. and
gate Apts. club house. Bella
Sings and plays
a Foreign Land." She is the at the MCL Cafeteria in the
Mrs. Max Felsot on the oc-
Raizman will give a talk on
co-author of an anthology of Tel-12 Mall. A report on the
Jewish to Modern Songs
casion of their 60th an-
Israel. Brunch will be spon-
donor
luncheon
will
be
read
mothers and daughters in
oil for aliditol :brag
.
niversary.
New
members
sored
by Fannie Hochman.
* * *
literature which will be
and members celebrating
398-2462
Friends and guests are wel-
DAVID-HORODOKER
published in winter.
birthdays will be honored.
come.
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
* * *
Proceeds will benefit the
TION will meet noon Tues-
child rescue fund. Friends
PARKWOOD CHAP-
SOCIAL HALL AND BEAUTIFUL AUDITORIUM-
day in the home of Mrs. Ben
and guests are invited.
TER,
Women's
American
are available for rental at the
* * *
Miller, 13201 Dartmouth
ORT, will have its annual
Ave., Oak Park.
conveniently located facilities of
NORTHWEST
CHILD
installation and luncheon
* * *
RESCUE WOMEN will
noon Thursday at the
CONGREGATION BNAI ISRAEL-BETH YEHUDA
OAK PARK NSHEI
hold their installation of of-
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
15400 West Ten Mile Road
CHABAD
STUDY
ficers noon Thursday at
club house. Mrs. Jack Rubin
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
Stouffer's Restaurant. An-
will be installing officer. A
meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the
nette Horwitz is installa-
We also have a number of desirable meeting
musical
program will be
home of Mrs. Moshe Stolov,
tion chairman, and Eva presented by Bess Axelrod,
rooms available for weekly or monthly rental t
15310 Joan. Rabbi Michael
Wolfe,
co-chairman.
Instal-
accompanied by Roz Kraus.
social groups, fraternal organizations, and land
Butrimovitz will speak. The
lating officer will be Lor-
Officers to be installed are:
smanshaften
Nine Mile area group will
raine Kales. Officers to be
i nformation,
nformation, call
Nina Bechek and Paulette
meet 4 p.m. Saturday in the
installed are Irene Phillips,
Borin;
presidents; Ethel
UN 4-0175 or 557-1655
home of Mrs. Yisroel Polter,
president; Zelda Kay and
Levy, Rose Diamond, Bea
23141 Gardner. Rabbi Her-
Fay
Ziegler,
vice
presidents;
Leaderman and Nita
President
shel Cukier will speak.
Clara Krueger, treasurer;
Lichtenstein, vice presi-
* * *
Tillie Sherman, Rose
dents; Annette Landy, trea-
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
Weiner, Shirley Cutler,
surer;
Bertha Lofman, Es-
Pioneer Women, will meet
Rose Potashnik, Ann Faber
telle Warren, Estelle Haim,
noon Wednesday at the Lin-
and Rose Kampner, sec-
Myrtle
Redisch and
coln Towers Apts. club
retaries. Brunch will be
Dorothy Rabinowitz, sec-
room. President Betty Gel-
served at a nominal charge.
retaries; and Matilda Sims,
umvm4A.a.12.—
man announces the slate
For reservations, call Ms.
parliamentarian. Ms.
will be presented. Refresh-
Horwitz, 644-4752, or Ms.
Lichtenstein will be chair-
ments will be served.
Wolfe, 968-8834.
man of the day.
Guests are invited.
* *
* * *
* * *
NORTHWEST DET-
PURITY CHAPTER,
MASSADA CHAPTER,
ROIT CHAPTER,
Order
of
the
Eastern Star,
Pioneer Women, will meet
CARIH, will have its an-
will have a "Friendship
12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
nual awards dinner 6:30
-
Night" 7:45 p.m. Monday in
home of Minna Robinson,
p.m. Wednesday at Staf-
sksefs,
the Oddfellows Temple,
23240 Harding, Oak Park.
ford's Restaurant in the Or-
jc...sts, place. Au szts
* *
Berkley. Maida Haas will
chard Mall. Sam Rappa will
am.4 At, 11- ■ • !! ►
be honored. Refreshments
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
entertain. Guests are in-
and entertainment will
Women, will hold its final
vited. For information, call
highlight the evening.
meeting and luncheon of the
Nettie Mandell, 548-1095,
* * *
season noon Tuesday in the
or Faye Olshansky, 557-
29260 Franklin Road , Claymore Apt. Bldg.
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
BETH ABRAHAM
8137.
• * *
Monday to Friday 10:30. 4:30 356-1233
room. President. Chana
HILLEL MOSES SIS-
Michlin will read her an-
BETH ACHIM SIS- TERHOOD will hold its in-
stallation luncheon noon
Wednesday in the
synagogue, announce Doris
Bean and Ellen Reznick,
chairmen. Installing offic-
ers will be Estelle Smith
and Bea Mondry. Officers to
be installed are: Doris Le-
vin, president; Ms. Reznick,
Alice Thumin and Lorraine
Reubin, vice presidents; Ms.

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Bean, treasurer; Elaine
Weiss, Ruth Penner, Terry
Papp, Roberta Weisswas-
ser, Tilla Freedman, Adelle
Goodman and Barbara
Schnipper, secretaries. Pe-
tite luncheon will be served.
Admission is nominal. For
required reservations, call
Esther Moskovitz, 357-
5827; Sara Last, 968-0079;
Adelle Goodman, 851-2032;
or the synagogue, 851-6880.
* * *
KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room, announces President
Lily Roubeck. Max
Shneiderman will enter-
tain. Refreshments will be
served. Guests and friends
are invited.
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION SIS-
TERHOOD installed Jean
Alspector as president at its
recent installation cere-
monies. Other officers are:
Rita Loomer, Sheryl Kil-
patrick and Gladys Karlin,
vice presidents; Beverly
Mellin, treasurer; Sylvia
Foxman and Miriam
Rubenstein, secretaries;
and Helen Bayles, Ingrid
Beneliezer, Bea_ Breshgold,
Pat D'Agostini, Thelma
Gordon, Tammy Rut-
kowski, Helen Sallan and
Phyllis Scherman.
*
*
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will hold spe-
cial Shabat-installation
services 8 p.m. today in the
synagogue. Rabbi Stanley
Rosenbaum will conduct the
services, and Cantor Louis
Klein will chant the liturgy.
Rose Lehrman will install
the new officers and board
members. An oneg Shabat
will follow.

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Student, Brother
Win Scholarships

Craig Berlinberg of Red-
fern Ave., Detroit, won a
$1,000 National Merit
Scholarship.
A student at Henry Ford
High School, Craig is the
valedictorian of his class,
editor-in-chief of the year-
book, editor of the school's
newsmagazine and presi-
dent of the Quill and Scroll
Club.
He is a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society, cap-
tain of the swimming team
and has won awards in
journalism and swimming.
His brother, Alan, who is
studying aviation technol-
ogy and engineering at
Western Michigan Univer-
sity also has won a scholas-
tic award.

MISS WOODELL

Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Woodell of Farmington
Hills announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Barbara Jean, to Moshe
Melnik, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sander Melnik of Tel Aviv,
Israel.
Miss Woodell earned a
BA degree from the Univer-
sity of Michigan and an
MBA degree from Wayne
State University. Her
fiance earned a BASc de-
gree from the University of
Windsor.
A January wedding is
planned.

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