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June 08, 1984 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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42 Friday, June 8, 1984

THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FOR WOMEN

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To

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acquainted open house" at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Lucy Fleishman,
6877 Fredmore, Troy. Any
women interested in learn-
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need not belong to the Troy
Jewish Congregation in
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BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will hold its annual instal-
lation dinner at Southfield
Charley's on Monday at 7
p.m. Nancy Wiener, a co-
ordinator for Michigan
Region ORT, will install the
officers:
following
Gertrude
President,
Brainin; Vice Presidents,
Toby Cheek, Sarah
Glicklin, Gussie Gray,
Betty Holzman, Evelyn
Noveck, Betty Silverfarb
and Dorothy Zack;
Secretaries, Fran Hoffer,
Ida Wright and Mildred
Lepler; Treasurer, Mariam
Bassey; Parliamentarian,
Lillian Bussell Nacmani;
Adviser, Beatrice Cohen.
Entertainment will be
supplied by Alice Blum-
berg, vocalist, accompanied
by Roz Kraus on the piano.
There is a charge for the
dinner. Guests are welcome.


Presidents, Estelle Warren,
Avren Strager, Paulette
Borin, Dorothy Rubin,
Pearl Lebow and Helen
Stebbins; Treasurer, Nita
Lichtenstein; Secretaries,
Esther Sherr, Lillian
Goodman and Susan Brand;
and Parliamentarian, Rose
Diamond.


DAVID - HORODO-
KER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will

meet noon Tuesday at the
MCL Rest'arant in the
Tel-12 Mall.

CLUB ONE, Pioneer
Women/Naamat, will hold
its next meeting on Tuesday
at 11:30 a.m. at the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield
Rd., Suite 205E, Oak Park.
Plans for the Spiritual
Adoption Luncheon will be
discussed. A Shavuot pro-
gram will follow. Members
are asked to bring their
Jewish National Fund
boxes for collection. For in-
formation, call Chana
Michlin, 968-5351.


ISRAEL CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women/Naamat,
will hold its annual instal-
lation luncheon on June 16
at 12:30 p.m. at the Bloom-
field Canopy. Lee Wagman,
president, Pioneer Women's
Detroit Council, will be the
installing officer. She will
install President, Ruth Mil-
ler; Vice Presidents, Fan
Bunin, Betty Levin and
Selma Korn. Project
Chairmen are Financial
Secretary/Treasurer, Ethel
Hyman; Dues Secretary,
Sylvia Zeff; Corresponding
Secretary, Sarah Friedman;
Recording Secretary, Anne
Mentzel; American Affairs,
Mimi Zelenko; Israeli Af-
fairs, Lillian Winkler; Child
Rescue and Jewish Na-
tional Fund, Molly
Diamond; Donor Book,
Shirlay Rubenstein; darling
NORTHWEST CHAP- ads, Sonia Wiatrak; Histad-
TER, NJH/NAC, will hold rut, Pearl Lieberman; hos-
its annual awards dinner on pitality, Clare Winkler;
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at sunshine, Esther Levy;
Ginopolis, Farmington Jewish Community Council
Hills. Fund-raising awards delegate, Mrs. Miller; phone
will be presented. Guests co-ordinator, Mildred
are invited. For informa- Neumark; aliyah chairman,
tion, call Serena Weiss, Phyllis Korn; Soviet Jewry,
557-2435; or Faye 01- Lorene Spector; 'publicity/
public. relations, Ms. Korn.
shansky, 557-8137.
The program will feature

a
slide presentation
PARKWOOD CHAP- entitled, "A Story of Four
TER, Women's American Women," plus the
ORT, will hold its annual president's report and chap-
installation luncheon on
awards,
Tuesday at noon at Kings- ter For
call Fan
ley Inn. Ruth Rosenfeld will Bunin, reservations,
646-5337, by Tues-
be the installing officer.
is a nominal
The program will feature day. There
for the luncheon.
Alice Blumberg, mezzo sop- charge
and guests are wel-
rano, who will sing "Songs Friends
come.
You Love to Hear." The ac-
companist will be Mrs.
GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
Seymour Kraus.. Leah TER, Pioneer Women/
Burak is chairman of the Naamat, will hold its instal-
day. Lillian Goodman, lation luncheon noon' June
president, invites guests. 18 at Union Junction Res-
For • reservations, call taurant, at Kristen Towers,
Martha Avrin, 358-5984. 25900 Greenfield, Oak
There is a charge.
Park, Evelyn Noveck, ad-
Officers to be installed viser to the Pioneer Women
are: Presidents, Leah Burak

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