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May 01, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Anti-Semitism Is Subject
of Women's Division Forum

Helping arrange the Women's Division Spring
Forum at the Jewish Community Center, were, from
left, front row: Marcy Feldman, division adviser;
Shelby Tauber, division president; and Barbara Mes-
kin, associate chairman and program chairman; back
row: Barbara A. Satinsky, division executive director;
,Dena Golden, committee chairman; guest speaker
June Sochen; Ellen Labes, vice president of educa-
tion; guest speaker Charles H. Tobias; and Bertha
Chomsky, assistant director.

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There were 377 reported and present at separate ses-
incidents of anti-Semitism sions presented by Tobias,
in the United States in 1980 chairman of the Michigan
as compared to 129 inci- Regional Advisory Board of
dents in 1979 — an increase the ADL, and Prof. June
of 192 percent. Sochen, an award-winning
These statistics from a writer and educator from
national survey of the Northeastern Illinois Uni-
Anti-Defamation League of versity.
Bnai Brith were cited by
Spring Forum Chair-
speaker Charles H. Tobias man Dena Golden, who
at the Jewish Welfare Fed- described our enemies
eration Women's Division (as) indifference and
Spring Forum, pointing up ignorance," said the pro-
the relevance of this year's gram on anti-Semitism
conference theme "Is the was intended "to in-
Writing on the Wall: A Re- crease awareness of
surgence of Anti-Semitism where it's happening,
in Our Time."
why it's happening and
A gathering of about 500 what we can do about it."
persons attended the day-
Tobias and leaders of
long educational event
April 15 at the Jewish Women's Division recalled
Community Center. They examples of anti-Semitism
took a look at the issue of that have taken place in re-
anti-Semitism both past cent years in this commu-
nity,
nationally
and
worldwide. These have
Leah Snider
ranged from swastikas
Hosts Bond Event painted
on a garage door in
Leah Snider of West Farmington Hills to the
Bloomfield will host the bombing of a synagogue in
1981 Metro Detroit Golda Paris last October. Sym-
Meir Club Enrollment bolic of the day's theme was
Luncheon in her home noon a prominently displayed
May 20, it was announced large wooden star of David,
by Phyllis Newman, local which had been set aflame
Golda Meir Club chairman. on the lawn of a Jewish
The club is comprised of home.
women throughout the free
To . counteract anti-
world who make indepen- Semitism, Tobias stressed
dent purchases of State of the importance of education
Israel Bonds on the level of of ourselves and others. To-
$5,000 or more. Conceived bias said Jews can help
in 1978 with the endorse- their own cause by joining
ment of the former prime together in support of
minister of Israel, the club Jewish organizations that
was established in 1979 in speak with a "unified
Mrs. Meir's memory.
Jewish voice" in denounc-
Mrs. Snider is chairman ing acts of anti-Semitism.
of the Metro Detroit
Women's Division of State
Doctors Needed
of Israel Bonds.

Music Study
Concert Sunday

for Reserves

A drive has begun to 're-
cruit Michigan physicians
Tickets are still available for the U.S. Army Reserve
for Music Study Club's An- program, announces Capt.
nual Artist Concert, featur- Brian Friedman, who is at-
ing former Detroiter tached to the 323rd General
Seymour Lipkin, pianist, 3 Hospital, located at 26402
p.m. Sunday at Orchestra W. 11 Mile, Southfield.
Hall.
Capt. Friedman said the
This year's benefit con- reserves are in session one
cert is dedicated to the weekend per month, with
memory of the 'artist's two weeks of annual train-
mother, Leah Lipkin. For ing during the spring-
information, call Joan Lin- summer.
den, 644-9080; or Mildred
For brochure and infor-
Charnas, 545-6020. Tickets mation, call Capt. Fried-
will be available at the door. man, 356-5840.

Friday, May 1, 1981

FOR THE FINEST

Women's Clubs

CLUB TWO, Pioneer chairman of the nominating
Women, will meet 11:30 committee,.will present the
a.m. Monday in the North- slate. Blue Box Clearance
gate Apts. club house. chairman Ann Grossman
Brunch will be sponsored by requests members to bring
Fannie Hochman. Arlene Blue Boxes. Hostesses for
Goldberg of Jewish Family the dessert luncheon are
Service will be guest Sylvia Schneider, Betty Sil-
speaker. verman, Bea Feigelman
and Ms. Rosenblat.
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CHANA CZENESH
EVERGREEN
CHAPTER,
Pioneer
Women, will meet noon GROUP, Hadassah, will
Monday in the Lincoln To- hold an art auction 8:30
wers Apts. club room. Rabbi p.m. May 9 at the Gallery
Max Weine will speak on Art Center. A wine preview
and will begin at 7:30. Fred
"Zionist
Dream
Reality." Refreshments will Grossman will conduct the
be served, and guests are auction. For tickets, call
Chairman
Dorothy
welcome.
* * *
Rosenblatt, 559-5039. Tic-
GOLDA iVIEIR CHAP- kets also will be available at
.TER, Pioneer Women, will the door. There is a charge.
hold a business meeting. * * *
LADIES OF YE SHI-
noon Monday in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield, VATH BETH YEHUDAH
Oak Park. Future events AND WOMEN'S SAB-
will be discussed. Refresh- BATH LEAGUE will have
ments will be served. Pro- a luncheon meeting noon
spective members and Wednesday in the yeshiva .
guests are invited. building, announces
President Mrs. Leo Laufer.
* *
Plans for the Mother and
NORTHWEST CHILD Daughter Luncheon
RESCUE WOMEN will scheduled for May 27 will be
have their Mother and finalized. Hostesses for the
Daughter Luncheon noon meeting are: Mrs. Edith
Thursday in the Furniture Weiss, in honor of her
Club. Games will follow the grandchildren, and Mrs.
luncheon. Betty Schlussel.

WOMEN OF JEWISH SHARONA CHAP-
NATIONAL FUND will TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold their final board meet- meet 8 p.m. Thursday in the
ing of the season noon Tues- home of Bea Shulman, 7332
day in the Zionist Cultural Camelot Dr., West Bloom-
Center. Fannie Rosenblat, field. Jackye Drapkin will

Cantor Orbach to Entertain
at Temple Women's Event

Temple Israel Sisterhood Rita Packard, 559-1647;
will have its annual instal- \ e a Luft, 358-1177; or the
lation ceremonies noon May temple, 661-5700. There is a
18 in the temple.
charge, and retiring
Entitled "An Afternoon President Helen Tobias in-
on Broadway," the installa- vites guests.
tion program will feature
Cantor Harold Orbach of

speak and show slides on
her recent trip to Israel.
Everyone is welcome.
The chapter will hold its
annual installation lunch-
eon noon May 9 at the
Stephenson Club, 24031 N.
Chrysler Dr., Hazel Park.
For reservations, call Mary
Shuster, 968-5340.

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Installing officer will
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president. Officers to be
installed are: Carol
Cooper, president; Do-
reen Millman, Committee
on Committees; Barbara
Rosenthal, vice president
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