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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, May 1, 1982
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JWF Women's Annual Meeting
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The 36th annual meeting
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration Women's Division
will be held at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
The division's former
presidents will participate
in the program by tracing
the roots of various division
projects. President Shelby
Tauber will report on the
year's activities and Jane
Sherman, division Cam-
paign chairthan, will dis-
cuss Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and Project Renewal
achievements.

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Election and installation chairmen are Linda Sober-
of officers will take place. man, invitations; Susan Al-
Campaign contributors in terman and Rosalie Kol-
1982 through the division bert, arrangements; Har-
are eligible to vote. riet Dunsky and Sally
The annual meeting Mayer, hostesses; Charlotte
committee includes Zack, decorations; and
Esther Jones, coor- Donna Slatkin, seating.
dinator; Beverly Peter- Maida Portnoy is music
man, adviser; and Janice committee chairman, and
Schwartz, division vice Doris August, Joan Linden
president. Also former and Lois Novitz are commit-
presidents Helen August, tee members.
Other committee mem-
Tillie Brandwine, Ann
Daniels, Carolyn Green- bers are Suzanne Aberly,
berg, Shirley Harris, Joan Davidson, Marcy
Diane Hauser; Edythe Feldman, Pauline Jackson,
Jackier, Jennie Jones, Marjorie Krasnick, Melba
Barbara Marcuse, Dulcie Winer and Barbara Zack.
For information, contact
Rosenfeld, Frieda
Stollman and Jo Weiner. the division at Federation,
Among the- committee 965-3939.

Bond Unit Opens '82 Drive
With June 3 Tour of Lansing

With Special Guest

Phyllis Newman, chair-
man of the Detroit chapter
of the International Golda
Meir Club (GMC) of State of
Israel Bonds, has an-
nounced that the 1982 GMC
enrollment campaign will
open with a special tour to
Lansing on June 3.
Chairman of the day-long
tour is Anne Parzen. Hos-
tesses for the tour, which
will include a visit to the
Michigan Senate and a
luncheon, are Franka Char-
lupski, Ruth Friedman,
Miriam Hamburger and
Mrs. Parzen.

WHIC DJ. Dick Shafran

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The afternoon will be
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For information and
reservations, call the
synagogue, 547-7970.

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The Jabotinsky Society of
Herut will celebrate Israel's
34th anniversary at a pro-
gram 7:30 p.m. May 16 at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com- -
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Guest speakers will be
Dr. Eugene Plaus and Sol
Lachman. Refreshments
will be served.
For details, call Simon
Cieck, 548-3073; or Sam
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