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February 01, 1980 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-01

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Friday, February 1, 1980 35

THE DETROIT JEWISH.NEWS

Federation Apts. Gets Gift
of Funds for Shopping Bus

A check for $1,100 to defray the cost of renting a
"shopping bus" for the use of residents was presented
last week to Jewish Federation Apartments by the
Cooperative Council, League of Jewish Women's
Organizations. Presentation of the check was made
by Nettie Deutch, right, chairman of the Council, to
Helen Naimark, executive director of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation agency, and to Sheldon Winkelman,
vice president of JFA. The National Council of Jewish
Women has been underwriting the rental of another
bus for residents of the original JFA building.
In bottom photograph, Eva Meister, left, one of
the new residents who will live in the second Prentis
Tower of Jewish Federation Apartments, gets an in-
troduction to the neighborhood from Marcia Stoor-
man, administrative assistant at the Jewish Welfare
Federation agency. So far, 90 percent of the senior
adult residents have moved into their new apart-
ments. The official dedication of the 100-unit building
is scheduled for May 4.

Campaign Leader Training
Mission Returns from Israel

Fifteen Detroiters have
returned from a seven-day
mission to Israel that
formed an integral part of a
new Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation leadership training
program.
Called "Hadracha," the
program, a pilot project
funded by United Jewish
Charities, will help develop
a new corps of Campaign
and Jewish community
leadership.
Before the mission, Jan.
13-20, the participants
attended six educational
programs covering various
aspects of communal lead-
ership, from an overview of
Federation's member agen-
cies to a practicum on solici-
tation techniques, said
Peter M. Alter, co-chairman
of the group.
Dr. Richard Krugel is
Hadracha chairman.
Mission highlights in-
cluded an address on
"Implications of the
Holocaust" by Gideon
Hausner, chairman of
Yad Vashem; a meeting
with Zvi Rafiach of the
Ministry of Foreign Af-

Lutzker Society
Installs Officers

The Lutzker Voliner
Society installed Joe Rott as
president at its recent in-
stallation dinner in the
home of Eva Levin.
Other officers are: Al
Munson, vice president; Rae
Kaufman, recording secre-
tary; Jack Schwartz, trea-
surer; Harry Kronon, men's
hospitaler; Tillie Kronon,
women's hospitaler; and
Anna Silver and Mrs. Le-
vin, social chairmen.

fairs; and a visit to Bilu, a
neighborhood in Ramla,
where Project Renewal is
under way, with Detroit's
help.
Joining Krugel and Alter
were: David Aronow, Dr.
Mark Diem, Randolph
Friedman, Dr. Dan G.
Guyer, Richard A. Lenter,
Eric Yale Lutz, Spencer
Minns, Dr. Gordon Moss,
Michael B. Perlman,
Ronald H. Riback and Dr.
Harvey Sabbota.
Barbara A. Satinsky,
assistant Campaign direc-
tor for Federation, accom-
panied the group on the
mission.

WSU Promotes
Dr. Martin Barr

Dr. Martin Barr of South-
field, who joined Wayne
State University as- a pro-
fessor of pharmacy in 1961,
has been named vice pro-
vost for academic adminis-
tration and health affairs at
the university.
Joining WSU as a profes-
sor of pharmaceutics in the
College of Pharmacy in
1961, Dr. Barr rose to dean
of the college in 1964. He
served as vice president for
special assignments from
1972 to 1976, vice president
and secretary to the board of
governors from 1976 to
1978, and became acting
vice president for health af-
fairs and secretary to the
board of governors in 1978.

Before coming to WSU,
Dr. Barr was a professor at
the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Science and
also taught at Ohio State
University.

LADIES
OF
YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH AND
WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold a be-
lated Hamisha Asar
b'Shevat luncheon-meeting
noon Feb. 13 in the yeshiva
building. Pearl Gold and
Lena Levine will sponsor
the luncheon honoring Jen-
nie Kramer's birthday. Hos-
tesses are: Jean Kaplan,
Sylvia Hausman, Leah Jaf-
fee, Tillie Epstein, Annie
Barcless, Sara Weiss, Edith
Weiss and Frances Cutler.
President Fanny Laufer in-
vites guests.
• • •
MASSADA CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the home of Reba Colman,
20502 Oldham, Southfield.
Luncheon will be served.
• •
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will celebrate
Sisterhood Sabbath Satur-
day, according to President
Doreen Raskin. Following
services Saturday, the sis-
terhood's lunch and learn
session will feature Cantor
Louis Klein of Bnai Moshe,
who will speak on "Same
Time Next Week — Sab-
bath," announces Ruth
Marcus, adult education
chairman. There is a
charge, and reservations
are necessary. The lecture is
free and will begin at 1.
Babysitters will be avail-
able.
The book discussion
group will meet 1 p.m. Feb.

Women's Clubs

11 in the home of Marian
Reinstein, 14540 Leslie,
Oak Park. "As a Driven
Leaf," by Milton Steinberg
will be discussed. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Reinstein,
967-3544.
• • *
YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will hold their first
open meeting 8 p.m. Feb. 14
at Temple Emanu-El. Re-
freshments will be served.
Dr. Alon Ben Meir will be
the guest speaker. Co-
Chairmen are Debby Stern
and Micky Grossman. For
information, call the JNF,
557-6644.

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, w'll
hold a board meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of
Mildred Hooberman, 22895
London Ct., Southfield.
• • •

OAK PARK NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY
GROUP (10 Mile area) will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
home of Mrs. Dov Ber-
kowitz, 14241 Manhattan.
Rabbi Berkowitz will speak.
The Nine Mile area group
will meet 3 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Mrs. Arthur
Greenwald, 22000
Kenosha. Rabbi Herschel
Cukier will speak.
• • •

ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its
second annual pre-donor
luncheon, "Southern Expo-
sure II," 12:30 p.m. Feb. 12
in the Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,

home of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Allan. Harriet
Dunsky, donor chairman,
announces that patron tic-
ketholders to the spring
donor luncheon, which will
feature Bella Abzug, are in-
vited to the Florida lunch-
eon at no charge. Assisting
Mrs. Dunsky are: Esther Al-
lan, Joan Rosenbloom,
Celia Schwartz, Lenore
Dunsky, Jean Raznick, Ida
Sher and Ann Zimmerman.
For information or reserva-
tions, call in Florida, Mrs.
Allan, (305) 763-8703 or in
Detroit, Harriet Dunsky,

851-1959.

• • •
WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND'S
board of directors will meet
noon Tuesday in the JNF
office. Members are re-
quested to bring in donor
monies and pledge cards.

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honey, gathered from their
own bee hives. All Holland
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