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April 02, 1982 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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56 Friday, April 2, 1982

NE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Temple Women Plan Donor

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just South of 13

642-4466 As

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Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood will hold its annual
donor luncheon 11 a.m.
April 19 at the temple.
Entitled "Come Into Our
Kitchen and Catch a Rising
Star," the activities will in-
clude a culinary demonstra-
tion by Chef Duglass and
his "heir apparent," Pat-
rick, to be followed by a
gourmet luncheon,, includ-
ing dishes prepared from
Duglass' recipes..
Proceeds from the lunch-
eon will go to support sis-
terhood and temple projects,
including renovation of the
temple kitchen, camp
scholarships, educational
programs and gifts to

pomen s
Clubs

Kibutz Yahel, the only Re-
form Jewish kibutz in Is-
rael.
The sisterhood gift
shop will be open.
Babysitting service will
be available by advance
reservation.
The luncheon committee
is chaired by Marcia
Ferstenfeld and Carole
Shaya, and includes Bea
Rothschild, Lois Falk, and
Rhoda Scott. President of
Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood is Shonnette Weis-
man.
For tickets or informa-
tion, call Mrs. Ferstenfeld,
557-8621; or the temple
office, 967-4020.

PURITY CHAPTER,
Order of the Eastern Star,
will hold a business meeting
7:45 p.m. Monday in the
IOOF Temple, 3248 W. 12
Mile, Berkley. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* 5 *
ELEANOR ROOSE-
VELT 'GROUP,Hadassah,
will tour the De -
troit Institute of Arts April
20. Luncheon will follow.
There is a charge, an
members are requested
provide their own transpor-
tation. For information and
reservations call Judy
Nolish, 541-1911.

JWF Women List Nominees

Jane Sherman, president;
Dulcie Rosenfeld, chair- -
Borman, Janice
man of the nominating Marlene
Rabbi Seeking
Schwartz, Donna Slatkin and
committee for Women's Di- . Melba Winer, vice presidents;
vision of the Jewish Welfare Diane F. Klein, recording secre- Romanian Jews
, Rabbi Dov Edelstein of
Federation, has announced tary; and Linda Lee, correspond-
secretary.
Temple
Israel, Bay City, is
the slate of officers and hig Board
of Directors: (additional
board members for the com- term) Baylee Franklin, Pola writing a book about his
Friedman, Doralee Goldman,
childhood experiences,
ing year.
Jacobson, Diane F. Klein, yeshiva life, Nazi deporta-
All contributors to the Nancy
Diane J. Klein, Sally Soberman
1982 Allied Jewish Cam- and Melba Winer. (First term) tion and liberation.
A native of Satmar,
paign - Israel Emergency Susan Alterman, Bobbie Blitz,
Fund through the Women's Susan Citrin, Marcy Feldman, Romania, Rabbi Edelstein
Gold, Nancy Hirsch, would like to meet with per-
Division will be eligible to Francine
Edie Mittenthal, Judy Naftaly,
vote at the division's May 12 Pamela Opperer, Marcia Par- sons „who lived in Satmar,
annual meeting at Adat ven, Rosalind Schiff and Leah Nyirbator, Nyiregyhaza
Snider.
and Mihalyfalva, Romania
Shalom Synagogue.
Advisory Service Council: prior to the Holocaust.
Also serving on the (first
term) Bernice Deutsch, Viv-
Rabbi Edelstein can be
nominating committee are ian Deutsch, Ilse Donor and
Carolyn Greenberg, Jan Sybil Jones; (additional term) contacted at Temple Israel,
Hauser, Doreen Hermelin, Evelyn August, Rose Cooper, 2300 Center Ave., Bay City
' Frank and Mildred 48706. He can be called at
Geri Lester, Evelyn Silver- Ethel
Grossman.
man and Sharon Taylor.
Additional nominations the temple, (517) 893-7811,
Nominees are:
may be made by petition, or at home, (517) 893-3057.
signed by 25 members of the
division and submitted at
least one week in advance of
the annual meeting on May
12.

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letters believed to have
been written by Heinrich
Himmler, chief of the Ges-
tapo and head of the Nazi SS
during World War II, has
been purchased by Chaim
Rosenthal, former consul
for cultural affairs at the Is-
rael Consulate in New
York.
Rosenthal paid $40,000
for the collection, which in-
cludes diaries kept by
Himmler's wife and daugh-
ter. The letters were in the
possession of a onetime Nazi
officer, now living in
Mexico.

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