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June 19, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS

cordially invites you to the

FOR WOMEN

.Annual Rose Frenkel Meeting

sponsored by the Rose Frenkel Memorial aind, established by her daughter, Sheila Ellmann
in tribute to her mother's devotion to the work of the American Jewish Congress.

Policy Toward Africa
And The Role Of The American Jewish Community

U.S.

NEGBAH SHALOM-CHAI
CHAPTER, Naamat USA,

will have a meeting on Wed-
nesday at noon at the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Room 205E. Programming for
future meetings and events
will be discussed. President
Fan Press invites friends. Re-
freshments will be served.

Featuring:
U.S. Congressman Howard Wolpe

3rd District, Michigan

Chairman, Subcommittee on Ahica
of the Foreign Affairs Committee

DAVID-HORODOKEN
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Tues-

Monday, June 22, 1987

7:00 p.m. Reception and Refreshments
Rose Frenkel Courtyard
8:00 p.m, Program
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road
Southfield, Michigan

day at the MCL Restaurant
at the Tel-12 Mall.

H.O.P.E. CHAPTER, City

Reservations:
357-2766 Leave a Message
353-6167 Elma Rader

The Public is Invited to Attend • No Charge

of Hope, installed Laura Be-
rlin as president at its recent
mother-daughter dinner. In-
stalled with her were: Judy
Sussman, vice president;
Andi Steingold, treasurer;
Adriana Balbes, recording
secretary; Patti Desztich and
Marilyn Franco, correspond-
ing secretaries. Lorraine
Schubiner and Claudia Been
were installing officers.

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a fund-

JEWISH HOME FOR AGED

80
YEARS

LIJJJ

raising luncheon on Tuesday
at noon in the home of Libby
Ben Moche. Guest speaker
will be Meeky Connolly,
whose topic will be "Living
With Broken Dreams." Mrs.
Ben Moche and Donna Lit-
man are co-chairmen of the
luncheon.

DIMONA CHAPTER,

JOIN US for a TORAH DEDICATION

Naamat USA, installed
Miriam Hoberman as
president at its recent instal-
lation luncheon. Installed
with her , were: Elaine
Kohner, program chairman;

Hadassah Rosen, Histadrut
chairman; Renee Shuster,
funds chairman; Betty Rath,
membership chairman; Alice
Ross, corresponding secretary
and publicity; Lorraine Tan-
nis, recording secretary;
Marge Bialkin, financial sec-
retary; Frieda Leemon, trea-
surer; Shirley Collins and
Billie Kramer, donor co-
chairmen. Bessie Berris was
installing officer.

PARKWOOD CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT, will
have its installation of offi-
cers, noon Wednesday at Em-
bassy Suites Hotel, 28100
Franklin Road, Southfield.
Guests are invited, and there
is a charge. Dana Burnstein
is the installing officer.
Paulette Borin is chairman of
the day. Guest artist is Avra
Weiss, soprano, who, will pre-
sent "Potpourri in Song." For
information, call . Lillian A.
Goodman, 357-5254.
Officers to be installed are:
president, Lillian A. Good-
man; and honorary vice
president of education, capitol
funds and souvenir ad journal
and past president and
originator of Parkwood Chap-
ter, Dorothy Rubin.
Vice presidents are: Rose
Diamond, honor roll; Leah
Burak, membership; Paulette
Borin, financial secretary;
Sara Epstein, program; Helen
Stebbins, re-enrollment; and
Nita R. Lichtenstein, trea-
surer.
Secretaries ate: Esther
Sherr, correspondence; Ruth
A. Yost, recording; Sylvia
Bernstein, parliamentarian;
and Rose Diamond, nominat-
ing chairman.

celebrating

the 80th Anniversary of the
Jewish Home for Aged

OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, June 28th

10 a.m.-12 noon

The FleischmanBlumberg
Plaza
Residence

f

10:30 a.m.
- Torah Dedication

6710 W. Maple Road, W. Bloomfield

Tours will be conducted

42

Friday, June 19, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiters Barbara Stollman, left, Doreen Hermelin, third
from left, and Dottie Wagner, right, attended the Women's
Division, State of Israel Bonds National Leadership
Conference held in New York. Pictured with them are from
left: Alice Peerce, entertainer Rita Moreno and Moreno's
daughter, Fernanda Luisa Gordon.

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