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March 07, 1980 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NCJW Detroit Section to Host
Central District Convention

Friday, March 1, 1980 41

RALPH
YAMRON'S
Orchestra

Women's Clubs

BETH ACHIM SIS-
TERHOOD still is taking
reservations for its Torah
Fund dinner to be held 6:30
p.m. March 17 in the
synagogue. Members who
have contributed to Torah
Fund are eligible to attend
and may bring one non-
member guest. The sister-
hood choral group under the
direction of Cantor Simon
Bermanis will entertain,
accompanied on the piano
by Rose Morgan. For reser-
vations by Monday, call
Lotty Partovich, 546-4452;
or Anne Leeman, 356-4998.

* * *

FANNIE GLUCK
CHAPTER, American
•Mizrachi Women, will meet
noon Monday in the North-
gate Apts. club _ house.
Plans for the March 17
Purim luncheon to be held
at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club house will be discussed.

MCL Cafeteria in the Tel-12
Mall. Plans for the June
luncheon will be discussed.

* * *

DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-
day in the home of Mrs. Sam
Belkin, 15061 Northfield,
Oak Park. The women will
hold a luncheon May 6 in
the Northgate. Apts. club
house. For tickets and in-
formation, call Mrs. Anna
Komisar, 557-9425. •

* * *

WOMEN'S
OR-
THODOX LEAGUE will
have a kashrut forum 8:15
p.m. Monday at Young Is-
rael of Greenfield. Rabbi
Chaim Goldzweig, regional
supervisor for the Midwest
division of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congrega-
tions, will be the guest
speaker. His topic will be
"Kosher Products for
Year-Round and Passover
Use." The public is invited
free of charge.

Preparing for the central district convention of
the National Council of Jewish Women are: Helen
Shevin, seated; and from left: Phyllis Welling,
president of the Greater Detroit Section; and Dorothy
Kaufman, co-chairman with Mrs. Shevin of the con-
vention. The convention will be held April 20-24 at the
* * *
Hyatt Regency Hotel.
LIVONIA JEWISH
* * *
Dorothy Kaufman and women's issues and an
CONGREGATION SIS-
Helen Shevin will co-chair exploration of the social and
TERHOOD will hold a
BUSINESS AND PRO-
the National Council of legal ramifications of the
general meeting 8 p.m. FESSIONAL GROUP,
Jewish Women Central Dis- role of the press during pub-
Tuesday in the synagogue. Hadassah, will meet 2 p.m.
trict Convention, April lic trials.
Martha Gordon will conduct Sunday in the Northgate
20-24 at the Hyatt Regency
a Passover Institute. Apts. club house. There will
Serving with Mrs. Kauf-
Hotel.
Friends are welcome. Re- be a film on Youth Aliya
man and Mrs. Shevin on the
The four-day meeting, convention planning com-
freshments will be served. and the part-time parent.
which is expected to draw mittee are: Carol Coden,
For information, call Jean Helen Limond is program
200 women from 11 Mid- Sondra Nathan, Geraldine
Alspector, 476-6699.
chairman for the day. A so-
western states, will be Pasternak,
* * *-
Esther
hosted by the Greater De- Rosenblum,
Marlene
AVODAH
CHAI
troit Section.
Schwartz, Edwina Davis,
CHAPTER,
Pioneer Sobel-Schumer
Mrs. Kaufman was bulle- Saundra Goosen, Audrey
Women, will meet noon Troth Is Told
tin editor, chairman of Klein, Hermine Silver, Jes- Tuesday in the Whitehall
numerous programs, corre- sie Stern, Beatrice Alexan- Apts. club house. Alice Ross
sponding secretary and der, Arlene Redfield, Betty
will review "Freedom at
executive vice president of Rosenhaus, Marsha Zucker,
Night." Guests are welcome
the section. She is active on Claudia Gold, Lois Wein-
and refreshments will be
the Brandeis University traub, Judy Adelman, Carol served.
National Women's Commit- Bloom, Doreen Gordon,
* * *
tee and is a member of Cong. Terran Leemis, Sally
BNAI MOSHE SIS-
Shaarey Zedek.
Mayer, Susan Miller,
Mrs. Shevin, a past- Janice Schwartz, Frances TERHOOD will hold its
president of the Greater Stern, Barbara Grant, De- "Day of Art" Wedhesday at
Detroit Section, has borah Schmier, Adele the Detroit Institute of Art,
served NCJW on the local Sonenklar, Lois Zussman, meeting 10 a.m. at the
and national levels for Stephanie Keywell, Bar- synagogue. At 11 there will
many years. In addition, bara Kuhlik, Judy Marx, be a program on "Ancient
she has been a board Mary Schwartz, Hope Sil- World Tour and Its Rele-
member in the Women's verman, Idelle Weisberg, vance to Jewish History."
Division of the Jewish Phyllis Welling and Phyllis Dairy luncheon will be
served at noon. There will
MISS SOBEL
Welfare Federation.
Steinberg.
be a 1 p.m. tour of decorative
The theme of the conven-
Dr.
Howard
B. Sobel of
art. There is a charge. For
tion will be "Looking Couple to Mark
Oak Park announces the
reservations,
call
'Ronna
Toward Tomorrow." Pro-
Rosenbaum, vice president, engagement of his daugh-
gramming will include dis- 60th Anniversary
ter, Nancy Robin, to David
548-0035.
cussions of contemporary
J. Schumer, son of Mrs.
* * *
Sandra Kay Schumer of
Seek Volunteers
RAINBOW CHAPTER, Northbrook, Ill., and Dr.
Women's American ORT, Marvin B. Schumer of Wil-
for Red Cross
will present a program, mette, Ill.
Red Cross Southeastern
"Dolls for Democracy," 8
Miss Sobel, daughter of
Michigan Chapter has
p.m. March 18 at the Laurel the late Mrs. Ann L. Sobel,
ignated Sunday, March
Woods Apts. club house. Re- is a senior at Eastern
Volunteer Recruitment
freshments
will be served. Michigan University's
Week" in the tri-county
For reservations, call Judi nursing school. Her fiance is
area.
Rosen, 356-5556; or Anna a senior at the University of
Volunteers are needed in
Warszawski, 541-2750.
Michigan and will attend
C"kland County to work on
* * *
the University of Illinois
dmobile units, where
they assist Red Cross nurses
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Dental School in the fall.
An August wedding is
Women, will hold a Purim
with non-medical duties
such as registering blood
luncheon in honor of Celia planned.
Feigenson 11:30 a.m. Tues-
donors, labeling and num-
bering blood containers, es-
day in the Lincoln Towers Couples Gather
THE MALTERS
corting donors to the can-
Apts. club room. Adele
teen area and serving re-
Former Detroiters Mr. Mondry and Chana Michlin for City of Hope
and Mrs. Michael (Rachel) will present a Purim pro-
The May 13 annual night
freshments.
Individuals are also Malter of Los Angeles, gram. For reservations and of games will be discussed at
needed to serve as Red Cross Calif., will celebrate their transportation call the next meeting of the Mr.
hospital workers, transpor- 60th wedding anniversary President Mrs. Michlin, and Mrs. Group, City of
968-5351.
tation assistants and ad- March 15.
Hope, 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
* * *
the Hunter's Ridge Apts.
ministrative volunteers.
In honor of the occasion,
For information, call the the couple's children,
AESCULAPIAN Phar- club room.
Oak Park regional office, grandchildren and great- maceutical Association
Mr. and Mrs., Lionel„
968-2255; or the West grandson have planted a Ladies Auxiliary will meet Katchem will host the meet-
Bloomfield office, 334-3575. garden of 100 trees in Israel. noon Wednesday in the ing's social hour.

cial hour with refreshments
will be part of the day's pro-
gram. Guests are invited.

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