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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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Friday, April 3, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood's Annual
Woman's World Features Rep. Holtzman

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tvney and former Demo-
cratic congresswoman from
New York, will be the fea-
tured speaker at "Woman's
World 1981" Wednesday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The all-day program, be-
ginning at 10 a.m. and
sponsored by the sisterhood,
includes a continental
breakfast and boutique
shopping and a noon lunch-
eon. "Miss Holtzman will
speak on "The 1980s: A
Challenge to the Jewish
Woman."
In 1962, Miss Holtzman
was graduated magna cum
laude from Radcliffe Col-
lege, where she received a
bachelor's degree in Ameri-
can history and American
literature. She was
graduated from Harvard
Law School in 1965, was ac-
cepted to the New York
state bar and joined a small
Manhattan law firm as a
litigation attorney.
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ELIZABETH HOLTZMAN

came a mayoral assistant
to then New York City
Mayor John V. Lindsay
and acted as liaison be-
tween the mayor's office
and the Department of
Parks, Recreation and
Cultural Affairs.
Miss Holtzman achieved
national political fame
when, in June 1972 she de-
feated 50-year incumbent
Democrat Emanuel Celler
in the race for the New York
16th Congressional District
seat in the United States
House of Representatives.
Thus, she became, at 31, the
youngest woman ever
elected to the House.
During her four terms in
Washington, Miss
Holtzman wrote legislation
on issues pertaining to the
extension of the deadline for
ratification of the ERA, de-
portation of Nazi war crim-
inals from the U.S., lower-
ing property insurance
rates for the victims of red-
lining and making cigarette
bootlegging and child por-
nography federal crimes.
Ix. 1976, she uncovered a
fraud concerning a free
summer food program for
children in New York which
led to the conviction of offi-
cials and a more effective
program.
Miss Holtzman served
as a member of the
Judiciary Committee and
participated in the com-
mittee's deliberations on
the impeachment of
former President
Richard M. Nixon and
actively questioned
former President Gerald
Ford about the Nixon
pardon.
She was chairman of the
Subcommittee on Immigra-
tion, Refugees and Interna-
tional Law, served on the
House Budget Committee,
chaired the Committee's
Task Force on State and
Local Government and also
was a member of the Select
Committee on Aging in
1979.
Former Congresswoman
Holtzman helped found and
co-chaired the first Con-
gresswoman's Caucus in
1977. In March, of that
same year she was selected
as one of the two House
members to serve on the
President's National Com-
mission on the Observance
of International Woman's
Year.
Beverly Mitchell will
serve as oral interpreter
during Miss Holtzman's
speech. A trained profes-
sional active with the hear-

ing impaired in the Detroit
area, Mrs. Mitchell will re-
peat Miss Holtzman's
speech silently a few words
behind the speaker. A hear-
ing impaired person will be
able to "read" Mrs. Mitch-
ell's lips and facial ex-
pressions.
"Woman's World 1981"
boutique shopping will
be open until 4 p.m. The
shops will offer baked
goods, books, novelty
candles, plants, pottery,
puppets, ceramics,
ketubot (marriage cer-
tificates in Hebrew) done
in calligraphy, kitchen
gadgets, jewelry, paper
goods, make-up, novelty
telephones, gifts for in-
fants and tots, creative
pillows and soft
sculpture and per-
sonalized barrettes.
Doreen Hermelin is
chairman of the program.
Marjorie Saulson is
president of the sisterhood.
Baby-sitting is available.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call the synagogue,
357-5544.
Assisting with "Woman's
World 1981: are:

BEVERLY MITCHELL

Goldie Adler, Nancy Baron,
Esther Benson, Joyce Blum,
Sandra Cherrin, Helen Feder,
Leypsa Groner, Marlene Hand-
ler, Virginia Hoffman, Bea
Katzman, Bess Kornwise, Ellen
Labes, Beverly Laker, Evelyn
Levine, Ruth Meisner, Sherry
Najman, Ilene Nemer, Lois
Sandberg, Bluma Schechter,
Rosanne Schlussel, Barbara
Siegal, Carmen Biederman, Beth
Feldman, Shirley Levin, Geral-
dine Margolis, Cynthia Stein-
berg, Helene Cherrin, Sharon
Fleischman, Helen Koenig,
Anita Millman, Fannie Robin-
son, Lois Spector, Margi Bayer,
Barbara Katz, Suzan Lezell,
Rose Meskin, Sandy Schwartz,
Gayle Burnstein, Joan Brode,
Ida Rogevin, Francis Shapiro,
Reah Brody, Sylvia Harvith and
Gail Kaplan.

Men's Clubs

SHALOM
ADAT
MEN'S CLUB will conduct
its annual Sabbath services
on Saturday in conjunction
with its "Weekend of
Understanding." Guests
will be St. Geralds' Roman
Catholic Church and Salem
United Church of Christ,
both of Farmington. The
theme of the program is
"The Religious and Political
Dilemma Posed by the
Moral Majority — A Tri-
Religious Perspective." The
program, following morn-
ing services, will include a
luncheon for which reserva-
tions are required. On Sun-
day the participants will
attend services at the

Sonya Friedman
at Temple Israel

churches. For information
and reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

* * *

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB will have a family
sports night, beginning
with a 7 p.m. hot dog dinner,
Thursday in the synagogue.
The program, featuring Al
"Bubba" Baker of the De-
troit Lions, will begin at 8.
There is a charge. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Aaron Greenspon,
559-6272; or Morris Penner,
557-8097.

* * *

BETH
SHALOM
MEN'S CLUB will hold its
annual auction 8:30 p.m.
Saturday in the synagogue
social hall. There will be a
champagne preview at 7:30
p.m. WJR radio personality
Jay Roberts will be the
celebrity auctioneer. Items
to be auctioned off include:
Household goods,
appliances and sports
equipment. There is an ad-
mission charge. Proceeds
will benefit the synagogue's
youth groups.

Promotions Not
Biased: USAF

DR. SONYA FRIEDMAN

The Temple Israel
Brotherhood is sponsoring a
talk on "Stress" by clinical
psychologist Dr. Sonya
Friedman, 8 p.m. April 16 at
the temple.
There is a charge. Pro-
ceeds will be used for the
brotherhood's college
dinner program.
Dr. Friedman is heard
daily on WDIV-TV and
WXYZ-Radio.
For \tickets, call the tem-
ple, 661-5700.

NEW YORK — Under
prodding by the American
Jewish Congress, the U.S.
Air Force has declared in an
official policy statement
that it does not discriminate
against officers of any re-
ligion in considering promo-
tions in its chaplain's corps.
The Air Force statement
was prompted by com-
plaints by the Congress that
Colonel Jack Sable of New
York had been denied a
promotion to brigadier gen-
eral in the Air Force Re-
serve because he is Jewish.

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