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April 24, 1987 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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HOOD will have a mother-

daughter banquet at 6 p.m.
May 6 in the synagogue.
Theme for the banquet is
"Hearts and Flowers." Dinner
will be served, and a fashion
show will follow. There is a
fee. For reservations, call the
synagogue, 851-6880; or
Sophia Feldman, 626-9515.

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Serling is chairman of the
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served. There is no charge,
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DEIS CHAPTER, Naamat

U.S.A., will hold a luncheon
and business meeting at
Whitehall Apts. club house,
on Monday at noon. Dr. Jac-
queline Zeff, dean of division
of arts and sciences, Mercy
College, will speak on
"What's New in Naamat." A
report of the 1986 Israel

Seminar will be given and
slides will be shown. Guests
are welcome. There is a nom-
inal charge.

SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD P.M. will have a

meeting at 7:45 p.m. May 4
in the synagogue's sisterhood
kitchen, announce President
Helene Cherrin and P.M.
Chairman Faye Ullmann.
Shirley Shevin will prepare
"quick and easy dishes." She
also will offer suggestions
and tips for the busy woman
who likes to cook. For reser-
vations and information, call
Miriam Goldberg, 352-0527;
or Beverly Bennett, 851-2646.

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WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will have

their spring meeting on
Tuesday at noon in Temple
Emanu-El, announces Bea
Feigelman, president. An
audio-visual presentation
entitled, "Jewish National
Fund — the First 85 Years,"
will be given by Edward Ro-
senthal, executive director of
the JNF Council of Greater
Detroit.
The invocation will be de-
livered by Sadie Goren. Bess
Axelrod is program vice
president and Shirley Kraft
is fund-raising vice president.
Refreshments will be served.

Josephine Weiner Named
For Detroit NCJW Award

Josephine S. Weiner, past
national and section
president, National Council
of Jewish Women, will be
honored by the Greater De-
troit Section at a dessert tea,
on Thursday at 3 p.m. at
Temple Beth El.
The tea will highlight
NCJW Week, Sunday May 2,
and has been planned to
thank the section's volunteers
for their community service.
Mrs. Weiner has been an
active NCJW member and
leader of the organization for
more than 50 years.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Weiner began her NCJW
leadership as a founding
president of the section's
Junior Council soon after
joining. She served as section
president from 1942 to 1944
and national president from
1967 to 1969.
In addition to her NCJW
activities, Mrs. Weiner has
been a national board
member of the Women's Di-
vision of the United Jewish
Appeal and president of the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Detroit. In recent years she
has continued to serve on
several national NCJW com-
mittees and sits on the board
of Oakland Family Services.

Josephine Weiner

Looking back on her 50-
plus-year affiliation, Mrs.
Weiner said the aims of the
organization are the same
today as they were then. The
goals are to meet unmet
communal service needs as
well as to help women meet
their highest potential. How-
ever, today, volunteer com-
mitments compete for time
with working women's busy
schedules.
The biggest change, she
explained, is the recognition
by NCJW that community

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