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June 05, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CIfISH
FOR
JEWEhRY

Highest dollars paid for
your diamonds, gold,
sterling or old jewelry!

Evelyn Noveck to Be Installed as Head of Detroit Pioneer Women

Pioneer Women, Greater
Detroit Council, will 'hold
its annual installation of
officers and luncheon 11:30
a.m. June 18 at Cong. Beth

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Stationery Etc.

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.968-5080 661-0025

Our 6-5th Anniversary
Storage Gift To You:

Now,
save cold cash
when you put
your fur on ice.

Whether you're an old customer or a new one, you'll get
hot savings when you put your furs in cold storage now
during Bi-icker-Tunis' 65th Anniversary Special at our
new location. You'll get the world's most technologically
advanced storage in our on-premises vault. Computer
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more when you bring your furs in now for custom
remodeling and repairing. But hurry, or you'll be left out
in the cold.

I

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Friday, June 5, 1981 41

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Achim. Ruth L. Miller,
Council president, will give
the year-end report.
Blanche Tuchman, vice
president of organization, is
chairman of the day.
Evelyn Noveck will be in-
stalled as president by Elsie
Harold, installing. officer.
Mrs. Noveck was born into a
Labor Zionist home, her
parents being members of
Poale Zion. A member of
Young Poale Zion, in college
she was a member of Avuka,
the Zionist college group,
and became Midwest direc-
tor of this group for a year
after graduation.
Mrs. Noveck began her
professional career teach-
ing in the Detroit Public
Schools in 1941. She has
served as chairman of the
democratic human rela-
tions council of the public
schools, Region 6, and has
been an administrative unit
head at Taft School since
1969. She has alsO taught
Sunday school at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Mrs. Noveck was a
founding member of
Pioneer Women Aviva
Chapter, the forerunner

EVELYN N'OVECK

of today's Dimona Chap-
ter. She has been pro-
gram and education
chairman for Hanita
Chapter for many years,
and has served as vice
president of program and
education for Pioneer
Women Council as well as
executive vice president.
She has also served as
donor and spiritual
adoption chairman.
In other affiliations, Mrs.
Noveck has been vice
president of the Labor
Zionist Council, president of
the Labor Zionist Alliance
Council and president of

The Home for Aged Auxiliary
Highlights the Musical Theater

Music for the opera,
operetta and musical com-
edy will be spotlighted at
the Jewish Home for Aged
Auxiliary's 56th annual in-
stallation meeting noon
June 15 at Teriiple Beth El,
when the auxiliary presents
the Michigan Opera Thea-
ter production, "Highlights
of Musical Theater."
The cast includes Mary
Callaghan Lynch, Sue
Wiley, Jerry Minster and
Mark Vondrak, with piano
accompaniment by Mar-
garet Paulian.
Executive Vice President
of the Jewish Home for
Aged Charles Wolfe and
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz of
Temple Beth El will bring
greetings. Marvin Fleis-
chman, president of the
senior citizens facility, also
will speak.
Chairman of the day
Sophie LeVine an-
nounces a petite dairy
luncheon will be served.
There is a nominal
charge. Guests are in-
vited.
For information, call
Shirley Feig, 541-1817; or
Mary Tarnow, 356-2063.
Checks should be made
payable to the auxiliary and
mailed to Anna Mickel,
30330 Southfield, South-
field, 48076.
* * *
The Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary' is seeking
volunteers for the gift shop,
hobby shop, "nosh nook,''
resident library-
bookmobile, the gardening
club, games, baking group,
friendly visiting program,
Yiddish readings, exercise,
special events, concerts,

Be sure you have the sup-
port of your equals before
you challenge your
superiors.

picnics, writing the news
bulletin, typing.
To volunteer, call the vol-
unteer office, 532-7112.

LZA Branch Seven, and re-
cording'secretary of the De-
troit Zionist Federation.
She is a delegate to the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, of which she has served
on many subcommittees,
and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
She is a member of many
professional groups as well.
To be installed with Mrs.
Noveck are: Vice Presidents
Betty Rath, Renee Shuster,
Blanche Tuchman, Lee
Wagman and Jackye Drap-
kin; Treasurer, Susie
Meizler; Secretaries, Mar-
cia Robinson, Rose Gruskin,
Fanny Press, Fran Jones,
Elaine Kohner, Muriel
Dworetsky and Betty Kar-
bal.
Luncheon music will be
provided by Mrs.

Seymour Kraus. The af-
ternoon program will be
given by Davis Gloff,
Wayne State University
' music instructor and
vocalist. Club presidents
will also be installed and
new life members will be
honored. Special ,awards
will be presented - to
members who have made
an "outstanding contri-
bution" to Pioneer
Women during the past
year. There is a charge,
and reservations must be
received in the Pioneer
Women office, 25900 =
Greenfield Rd., Suite
205-D, Oak Park, by June
12.
For information, call Ida
Gornbein at the PW offices,
967-4750.

6-6

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Celebrates the Month of the Pearl

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