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May 22, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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46 Friday, May 22, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shirley Kraft Is Re-Elected JNF Women's Unit President

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stalled noon Tuesday at
Temple Emanu-El. A des-
sert luncheon will be
served.
A life member of Women
of JNF, Mrs. Kraft has held
many offices in the organ-
ization and has been the
honoree for a JNF Israel
Bond luncheon. A staunch
supporter of Israel, Shirley
Kraft, after the death of her
husband, Jules, who him-
self was a community
leader, established in his
memory: The Jules and
Shirley Kraft Family Forest
in Israel; the chapel at
Hillel Day School; a room in
the synagogue building
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
where she is a member; and
a room in the Jewish Home
for Aged.
Esther Allan, concert
pianist, will be guest soloist
at the meeting. Installing
officer will be Ida Baker.

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man; Blue Box Chairman,
Ann Grossman; Goodwill
Chairman, Ella Cohen;
Social Hostess Chairmen
Esther Cooper and Edith
Gladstone. Pearl Nosan
will be installed as State
of Israel Bonds - Jewish
National Fund Chair-
man. Helen_ Ring has
been named an honorary
board member.
Board members to be in-
stalled are: Bea Feigelman,
Belle Greenberg, Ann
Rosenberg, Bess Axelrod,
Vivian Beresh, Helen
Biegel, Fannie Cooper,
SHIRLEY KRAFT
Belle Hordes, Edith Kolod-
Doris Markel is program ney, Libbie Posen, Helen
Rosenfeld, Sylvi-
chairman of the day.
Others to be installed Schnieder, Sarah Diamonr
include: Vice Presidents Jean Katchem, Rose
Betty Silverman, Mrs. Lapides, Ceil Shubin, Syl-
-Markel, Helen Rosenfeld via Sima, Reba Bloom, Rose
and Pearl Nosan; - Chair- Chesluk, Esther Chodoroff,
man of Donor Sec- Ella Klarman, Fanny Kar-
retaries, Selma Lif- dener, Lillian Schubiner,
sitz; Treasurer, Marilyn Frances Binder, Bess
Schlussel; Dues Secre- Glazier, Doris Gleit,
tary, Fanny Rosenblat; Dorothy Potiker, Frances
Recording Secretary, Cutler, Ilona Dick, Bertha
Sadye Forman; Special Grossman and Leah Zwick.
The public is invited. For
Corresponding. Secre-
tary, Jean Klafer; Tree information, call JNF,
Chairman, Eve Her- 557-6644.

Music Study Installs Officers

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will have
its annual installation
luncheon noon Thursday at
Temple Beth El, announces
Helen Kerwin, president.
The program will feature
the Music Study Club
Choral Group, directed by
Janet Lee, and accompanied
by Treva De Jong, and
selections by the student
group of Music Study Club,
whose members include cel-
list Jennifer Nyquist, vio-
linist Elizabeth Rowin and
pianist Rani Smith.
There is a charge, and

Women Conduct
Candle Campaign

, The Lubavitch Women's
Organization has reac-
tivated its Shabat Candle
Campaign. The women's
drive is to encourage the
lighting of Shabat candles
by women and girls.
The campaign i being
conducted with billboard
advertisements, radio and
TV publicity and mailings
to Jewish families.
For information, call the
Lubavitch office, 548-2666;
or Mrs. Clara Simon, 398-
2953.

Campers Sought
for Ganeinu

Camp Ganeinu, a project
of Bais Chabad, announces
that places are still avail-
able for children age 3-7
who wish to avail them-
selves of the camp's activi-
ties.
The day camp is offered
June 29-July 31 , at the
Lubavitch Education Cen-
ter, Farmington Hills.
The program features
gymnastics, trips and wad-
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crafts, halla-baking each
Friday and weekly ba-r-
becues.
For details, call Chaya
Bergstein, 626-3194.

friends are invited. For
reservations, call Mildred
Charnas, 545-6020. Joan
Linden is chairman of the
day and Doris Markel will
give the invocation. Zelda
Landsman will be the in-
stalling officer.

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