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April 13, 1984 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld
guest of SZ Sisterhood event

Beate Klarsfeld, famed
Nazi hunter, will be the fea-
tured speaker at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood's
Woman's World on May 2 at
the synagogue.
The day-long program
will begin at 9 a.m. with a
continental breakfast and
boutique shopping. Mrs.

Beate Klarsfeld

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BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL BRANCH,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will meet at 6 p.m.
April 26 in the NCJW
offices. Psychologist Jon
Clark will speak on "Chang-
ing Sex Roles in Male-
Female Relationships."
Wine and cheese will be
served. For information,
call the NCJW, 557-9604.

Klarsfeld will speak follow-
ing the 11:30 a.m. luncheon.
A non-Jew, Mrs.
Klarsfeld's activities helped
lead to the imprisonment of
war criminal Klaus Bar-
bie.
Born a Lutheran in Be-
rlin in 1939, Mrs. Klarsfeld
awoke to the horrors of the
Holocaust after her mar-
riage to Serge Klarsfeld, a
French Jew, whose father
was killed at Auschwitz.
Recently jailed and re-
leased in South America,
Mrs. Klarsfeld is working to
pinpoint other escaped
Nazis, call world attention
to their existence, and to
bring them to justice.
Sandra Schwartz, sister-
hood vice president of fund
raising, is in charge of
Woman's World.
Tickets for the Woman's
World event, the sister-
hood's only fund-raising
project, may be obtained by
sending a check, payable to
Sisterhood of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, to Woman's World,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek,

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TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD is still tak-
ing reservations for its sec-
ond annual "Spring Hap-
pening" to take place April
30 in the temple. Beginning
at 10 a.m., the "happening"
will include a complimen-
tary continental breakfast,
boutique browsing, lunch-
eon, fashion show and musi-
cal program. The public is
welcome. There is a fee.
Reservation deadline is
April 20. For details, call
the temple, 851-1100.

* * *

ISRAEL CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women/ Naamat,
will meet at 1:30 p.m. April
21 at the Detroit Historical
Museum, 5201 Woodward,
for a guided tour of the ex-
hibit, "Jewish Life in
America." For reservations
by Monday, call Fan Bunin,
646-5337; or Ruth Miller,
647-5362. Friends are in-
vited. Carpools will be
available at the main
entrance of the Kristen To-
wers, 25900 Greenfield, at
12:45 p.m.

* *

*

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women/
Naamat, will hold a regular
meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday
in the Kristen Towers,
25900 Greenfield, Suite
205E, Oak Park. Author
Marilyn Gonte will discuss
her book, It Can't Happen to
Me and the breast cancer in-
formation law. There is no
charge, and guests are in-
vited.

Chairman Barbara Stollman, second from right, and her
committee members are preparing to lead the "Applause,
Applause" for the Jewish Welfare Federation Women's
Division at its annual meeting, May 10 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. The program is being written and directed by from
left: Evelyn Kasle, Renee Mahler and Esther Jones. Melba
Winer also is a writer and director of the program.

Women are invited to
take part in a special view-
ing of the ADL exhibit,
"Jewish Life in America:
Fulfilling the American
Dream," which has been ar-
ranged by Leadership
Seminar II of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division on April
26.
Carpools will leave at 9
a.m. from the United He-
brew Schools for the Detroit
Historical Museum, loca-
tion of the exhibit. The
women also will have the
opportunity to see a com-
plementary exhibition
called "Jewish Life in
Michigan."
A highlight is the Jewish
Welfare Federation's own
pictorial review and ac-
counts of the beginnings of
the Detroit Jewish commu-
nity, including background
on the social service agen-
cies founded here and now
affiliated with Federation
and its Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
For example, there is a
picture of the pediatric

waiting room of the North
End Clinic, taken in the
1930s. The clinic, originally
located in the Hanntah
Schloss Building, moved to
the Wineman Memorial
Building in 1924. Shiffman
Clinic of Sinai Hospital is
the direct successor of the
North End Clinic.

Following the tour, par-
ticipants will return to the
United Hebrew Schools for
luncheon and a talk by
Bette A. Roth, president of
the Michigan Jewish His-
torical Society. She will
serve as the group's guide at
the museum.

Sharon Lipton is chair-
man of the Leadership
Seminar, and Eileen Was-
serman is associate chair-
man. Ellen Labes and Do-
lores Farber are president
and vice president, respec-
tively, of Women's Division.
Reservations are re-
quired for the tour, which
includes a nominal charge.
For information, contact the
Federation Women's Di-
vision, 965-3939.

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