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April 24, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 24, 1981

Adat Shalom Women's Donor Tickets Are Still Available

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hold their joint installation
of officers 8 p.m. Tuesday in
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.
Officers of the auxiliary
to be installed by Past De-
partment President Toby
Lantz are: Anita Moss,
president; Lorraine Tannis,
senior vice president;
Elaine Kadashaw, junior
vice president; Bertha
Greenberg and Dorothy Co-
hen, treasurers; Rita Elkin,
patriotic instructress; Rose
Wagner, secretary; and
Evelyn Skupsky, chaplain.
Department Commander
William Greenberg will in-
stall Morrie Smith as com-
mander; Sam Skupsky,
senior vice commander;
Tom Tannis, junior vice
commander; and Jack Be-
rman, judge advocate.

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Tickets are still available
for the Adat Shalom Sister-
hood spring donor to be held
10 a.m. May 4 in the
synagogue, announces
Ways and Means Vice
President Harriet Dunsky.

Guest speaker will be
consumer advocate Ralph
Nader.
The day will begin with
bOutiques and shops in the
synagogue foyer. Luncheon
will be served at noon.

NCJW Plans Two Programs

"Chocolate Fantasies"
and how to create them will
be the theme of a program
for members of Greater De-
troit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women
12:30 p.m. Thursday at
Kitchen Glamor at Hunters
Square, Farmington Hills.
The afternoon is a
"member—bring a
member" program. Admis-
sion will be limited to paid
up NCJW members who are
enrolling a new Council
member, or anyone wishing
to join.
Chairing this recruit-
ment effort is Ronne
Acker. Her co-chairman
is Lynn Modell. Commit-
tee members are: Carol
Bloom, Amy Brown,
Elaine Koshar, Carol
Lakritz, Barbara Grant,
Janelle Miller, Carol Sue
Coden, Barbara Stone,
Gloria Cohen, Phyllis
Welling and Hermine
Silver. Membership Vice
President is Carol
Krugel.
For reservations and in-
formation, call NCJW,
557-9604.
NCJW also will present
Bette Roth, educator, who
will discuss "Jewish Women
of Influence, Past and Pre-

sent" 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the NCJW offices, 16400
W. 12 Mile, Southfield.
Among the women to be in-
cluded in her survey will be
Henrietta Szold, Rebecca
Gratz, Hannah Solomon
and Peggy Guggenheim.
Ms. Roth teaches in the
adult studies program at
the Jewish Community
Center and is working on
her doctorate in the Ameri-
can Studies program at the
University of Michigan. In
addition, she is writing a
biography of Emma
Lazarus, the Jewish poetess
whose words are engraved
on the base of the Statue of
Liberty.
The program is pre-
sented by the Jewish
Concerns Committee of
NCJW chaired by Mary
Schwartz. Committee
members include Ms.
Bloom, Jan Hauser, Fran
Stern, Esther Adler,
Cindy Daitch, Rosalie
Dean, Gerry Pasternak,
Ms. Acker, Shelly
Cooper, Phyllis Gurstell
and Ms. Silver.
Dessert and coffee will be
served.
There is a charge. For in-
formation and reservations,
call NCJW.

Brandeis Women's Election
Meeting Slated at Wabeek

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Greater Detroit Chapter,
Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee,
will have its annual spring
election and installation
meeting noon May 13 at the
Wabeek Country Club,.
4000 Clubgate Dr., Bloom-
field Hills.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Gordon Fellman, associate
professor, department of
sociology, Brandeis Univer-
sity. He will speak on
"American Society Today."
Prof. Fellman studied
at Antioch College and
earned his PhD degree in
sociology at Harvard
University. He has pub-
lished many articles, and
has spent two sabbatical
years in Israel.

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Nader's talk will follow.
The boutiques will fea-
ture pottery, handcrafted
items, jewelry, kitchen-
ware, plants and flowers,
women's accessories,
children's clothes and
toys, books, bake shop,
religious items, water
colors and sisterhood gift
shop items.
This is the sisterhood's
only fund raising of the
year. Proceeds will go
toward sisterhood-
sponsored educational, cul-
tural and youth programs.
Sonia Knopper is president.
For tickets, call Betsy
Winkelman, 626-3826; or
Arlene Klein, 851-9603; or



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For table reservations,
call Roslyn Katzman, 851-
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There is a charge for the
luncheon. Paid reservations
are due by May 8. Checks
made payable to Brandeis
National
University
Committee,
Women's
should be mailed to Ilene
Crane, 17159 Adrian,
Southfield, 48075. For
reservation information,
call Ms. Crane, 557-4816.
Arranging the program
are: Josephine Bloom, pro-
gram vice president, and
Carmyle Farber, Evelyn
Shapiro, Freddy Shiffman,
Joyce Blum, Sandy Moers,
Ilene Crane, Harriet Pre-
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