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June 05, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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56 Friday, lune 5, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Births

May 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael S. Feldman
(Marcy Berry) of Hun-
tington Woods, a daughter,
lionit Lisa.

troiter Dr. Daniel M. Silver
and Mrs. Silver (Lynnette
Beckley 'of California), of
Los Angeles, Calif., a son,
Michael Geoffrey.

May 27 —To Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Lipson (Judy Good-
man) of Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Rachel Anne.

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May 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. James Clarke (Yona
Nivy) of Huntington Woods,
a son, Joshua Nivy.

* * *

May 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Naum Shlyapin (Ilene
Gale) of Southfield, a son,
Ryan Phillip.
* * *
May 14 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mechanic (Anita Caudle) of
Garland, Tex., a son,
Zachary Michael.

* * *

MISS FLANDERS

May 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence M. Learner
(former Detroiter Marilyn
Zabner) of Nashua, N.H., a
son, Zachary Isaac.
* * *
March 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gardin (Gloria
Kleinman) of Oak Park, a
son, Adam I.

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Jan. 22 — To former De-

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Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Flanders of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Audrey
Lynn, to Gregory A.
Sundstrom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank T. Sundstrom of
Grand Rapids.
Miss Flanders earned a
BS degree in dental hygiene
from the University of
Michigan. Her fiance
attends Grand Valley State
College.
An August wedding is
planned.

Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E.
Rose of Southfield recently
returned from Ft. Worth,
Tex., where they attended
the Bnai Mitzva of their
twin grandsons, David and
Steven Rose, sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin J. (Julie) Rose.

* * *

Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter
Silver were in California
earlier this year to attend
the Brit Mila of their first
grandson, Michael Geoffrey
Silver, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel Silver of Los
Angeles. Attending the
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Shelby Tauber was
elected to her second term
as president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division at the di-
vision's 35th annual meet-
ing May 27 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The women approved a
slate of officers and board
members for the division's
coming year, as presented
by nominations committee
chairman Carolyn Green-
berg.
The officers are Janice
Schwartz, Jane Sherman,
Donna Slatkin and Melba
Winer, vice presidents;
Diane F. Klein and Linda
Lee, secretaries; and Caro-
lyn Greenberg and Dulcie
Rosenfeld, representatives
to the Federation Board of
Governors.
Serving on the board of
directors are Doris
August, Barbara Berry,
Harriet Colman, Fayga
Dombey, Beth Feldman,
Linda Gershenson, Sha-
ron Hart, Jan Hauser,
Marjorie Krasnick, Carol
Krugel, Marjorie
Kurzmann, Sherri Lum-
berg, Renee Mahler,
Susan Marwil, Sally
Mayer, Donna Slatkin,
Reva Stocker and Bar-
bara Stone.
Elected to the advisory
service council were Goldie
Adler, Jean Frankel, Mar-
ion Handelman, Pauline
Jackson, Blanche Pollack,
Doris Priver and Beryl
Winkelman.
Beverly Peterman was
chairman of the day, whose
theme was "It's a Small
World . . . And It's Yours."
Federation President
George M. Zeltzer congratu-
lated the Women's Division
on its excellent year of
achievement, particularly
on behalf of the 1981 Allied
Jewish Campaign. To date,
the division has raised
$2,467,000 for a 12 percent
increase over last year's to-
tals. In addition, $87,000
was contributed in 1981 to
the Israel social reconstruc-
tion program Project Re-
newal. Outgoing vice
president Janet Levine de-
livered the Campaign re-
port of chairman Jane
Sherman, who was in Israel.
Former Women's Di-
vision President Dulcie
Rosenfeld recounted
memorable moments at
the 49th General Assem-

Cancer Center
Names Dr. Rose

Dr. Noel R. Rose, chair-
man of the department of
immunology and microbiol-
ogy at Wayne State Univer-
sity School of Medicine, has
been named acting associ-
ate director for research at
the Comprehensive Cancer
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit.
Dr. Rose also is director of
the World Health Organiza-
tion Collaborating Center
for Autoimmune Disorders,
based at WSU. He is a con-
sultant physician at Sinai,
Children's and William
Beaumont hospitals and at
the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital.

member of the United
Jewish Appeal Women's
Division. She praised the
women for their Campaign
success, saying "Detroit is
the yardstick by which
other communities measure
themselves."
Mrs. Scott expressed her
concern that conditions in
the world have dramati-
cally worsened for Jews of
late, comparable to the
situation in 1938. At the
same time, however, she af-
firmed that Israel's exist-
ence today gives Jews a
source of pride and power.
She encouraged the
gathering to keep up its ef-
forts on behalf of Campaign,
starting her hope that in the
future "your grandchild-
dren and mine will be sol-
iciting each other." Women
in communities like Detroit
are "writing ourselves into
Jewish history" with the
checks they write to benefit
their fellow Jews in a "very
small world indeed," said
Mrs. Scott.

SHELBY TAUBER

bly of the Council of
Jewish Federations. Mrs.
Rosenfeld, who chaired
the event held last No-
vember in Detroit, sang
her tribute to some of the
division's volunteers.
Singer Phyllis Newman
and pianist Lois Novitz
provided another musi-
cal interlude.
Guest speaker was Mar-
jorie Scott, a national board

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