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June 02, 1989 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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Potiker, Blue Box committee;
Bea Feigelman, treasurer;
Belle Greenbaum, donor com-
ptroller; Reba Bloom, recor-
ding secretary; Jean Klafer,
corresponding secretary;
Selma Lifsitz, donor
secretaries chairman; Fannie
Rosenblat, donor co-
chairman; Sara Diamond,
Jean Katchem, Rose LaPides,
Ceil Shubin, donor commit-
tee.
Also Sybil P. Bodzin, dues
secretary, chairman; Sadye
Forman, Jean Katchem, Ella
Klarman, Ann Rosenberg,
Minnie Ruzumna and Esther
Sherman, dues committee;
Edith Kolodney and Helen
Rosenfeld, special gifts; Ilona
Dick, Sara Greenfield, Ida
Karbal, Evelyn Wallace,
social hostesses committee;
Ann Grossman, sunshine
hostess; Sybil P. Bodzin and
Zena Berman, phone squad;
Bess Glazier, board contact
chairman.
Coffee and cake will be
served. The public is invited.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call JNF, 557-6644.

Women To Hear
Hanoch Teller

Congregation B'nai Israel-
Beth Yehudah Sisterhood will
present Rabbi Hanoch Thller
as guest speaker at its second
annual sisterhood dinner on
June 18 at 6 p.m. at the
synagogue.
Rabbi Teller studies in the
Mirrer Kollel and teaches at
numerous seminaries in
Jerusalem. More than 100 of
his tales, historical narratives
and essays have appeared in
Jewish and other publica-
tions. He has developed a new
genre of Jewish literature,
"soul stories," true contem-
porary stories of striving and
yearning.
For reservations, call
Mrs. Goldie Wrotslaysky,
967-3745; or Mrs. Erica
Grossbard, 557-3393.

Sharon Group
Has Installation

Sharon Group of Hadassah
will have its installation of of-
ficers on June 13 at noon at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center, room
239.
Esther Dresser is chairman
of the day. Annette Meskin
will be the installing officer.
Bea Fealk will give the
invocation.
Officers to be installed are:
President Marilyn Merdler;
Vice Presidents Anne
Sukenic, Anne Zuckman, An-
nie Friedman, Goldie Levin,
Esther Dresser, Estelle

Lasser; Treasurer Rose
Granitz; Secretaries Sandy
Oleinick, Frances Golden,
and Sylvia May.
The Sharon Players, accom-
panied by Rosalyn Kraus, will
present "Maidlach on the
Taiblach." There is a charge.
For information, call Goldie
Levin, 357-5508.

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Parkwood Will
Install Officers

Parkwood Chapter, Wo-
men's American ORT, will
have its installation of officers
Wednesday at noon at
Ginopolis in Farmington
Hills.
Helen Stebbins is chairman
of the day. Paula Glazier, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
Michigan Region, will be the
installing officer.
She will install: President-
Sarah Feuereisen; Vice
Presidents Leah Burak,
Dorothy Rubin, Helen Steb-
bins; Treasurer Nita
Lichtenstein;; Financial
Secretary Paulette Bonin;
Secretaries Esther Sherr,
Ruth Yost; Special Projects
Sylvia Bernstein, Susan
Brand, Gertrud Braun, Mar-
tha Avrin Henkin, Lillian
Goodman.
Board members are: Sylvia
Brickner, Rose Diamond, Jen-
nie Dubin, Celia Jacobs,
Brenda Moss, Ruth Mond-
shine, Margaret Schwartz,
Gloria Shook, Sandy Shore,
Anne Skae, Stella Levine,
Ruth Letvin, Sara Epstein,
Edith Gladstone, Erna
Leopold and Sylvia Efrusy.
A musical program will be
presented. There is a charge,
and reservations are a must.
For information, call Rose
Diamond, 354-6171.

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Ladies Of OP
Plan Meeting

The Ladies of Oak Park will
hold their monthly din-
ner/business meeting at
7 p.m. Wednesday at the
North Park Square club
house. For reservations, call
to Vicky Turner, 352-3113. A
discussion will be held on the
upcoming installation.

Primrose Has
Election Meeting

Primrose Benevolent Club
will meet noon Monday in the
Lincoln Towers Apts. club
room.
The election of officers for
the 1989-1990 year will take
place. Petite luncheon will be
served by social chairmen
Zelda Green and Helen
Feiner.

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