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August 21, 1959 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-21

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Clubs!

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB, at its recent Child Res-
cue Fund affair, at the home
of Mrs. William Berlinsky, re-
ceived $230 which is being sent
to Israel for the care of its
children.
*
Mrs. Ben Marcus and Mrs.
David Riseman, past presidents
of the INFANTS SERVICE
GROUP, were hostesses at a
recent charity luncheon and
splash party, at the home of
Mrs. Herman Rader, in Farm-
ington. All funds raised will
go to the Penrickton Nursery
for V i s u ally Handicapped
Children for school supplies for
the opening of classes in Sep-
tember. Both Mrs. Marcus and
Mrs. Riseman are board mem-
bers of the Penrickton Nursery.
* * *
NORTH WOODWARD
BR ANC H, Jewish Women's
European Welfare Organization,
will hold a lawn party at 12
noon, Tuesday, in the new home
of Mrs. J. Lebow, 18250 Men-
doto. The affair will honor Mrs.
Mollie Bassman, vice-president
of the organization, who is
leaving for Israel. Proceeds
from the party will help support
widows and orphans in the
Jewish state.
* * *
CHANNA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual garden membership
party at 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the home of Mrs. Jacob Mala-
mud, 22511 Bellwood, Birming-
ham. Featured will be a lunch-
eon and games. Paid-up new
members will be 'guests of the
club. Co-hostesses are Anne Ap-
pel and Bessie Dorchen.
* * *
Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, past
president of National Hadassah,
and presently editor of Hadas-
sah Newsletter, will be guest
speaker at the opening fall sea-
son of BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL GROUP of Hadas-
sah, Sept. 9 at Hadassah House.
Newly elected officers of the
group are Helen Limond, presi-
dent; Betty Morrison, vice-presi-
dent; Rose London, Ruth Fried-
land and Mrs. George -V. Leib,
secretaries; Frieda Silverfarb,
treasurer; and Mary Cohan and
Sarah Harrison, honor roll co-
chairmen. Members and friends
are invited to attend the meet-
ing and social hour, announces
Rosalind Schubot, p r o g r am
chairman.
* * *
EZRA AID TO ISRAEL will
hold _a brunch at the home of
Mrs. Isaac Finkelstein, 16543
Pinehurst, at 12 noon Monday.
Assisting Mrs. Finkelstein as
hostess will be Mrs. J. Weiss.
Proceeds will go to charity.
* * *
Mrs. Louis Kepes will be
hostess at a special board meet-
ing and dessert luncheon of
the HEBREW LADIES AID
SOCIETY at her home, 14511
Ludlow, Oak Park, at 1 p.m.
Tuesday. Plans for the annual
donor luncheon, to be held Nov.
30, will be formulated. For
information, call LI 2-1297.
* * *
A regular meeting of EQUAL-
ITY CLUB will be held at 12:30
p.m. Wednesday in the home of
Mrs. Sylvia Myers, 18717 Schae-
fer. Mrs. Jennie Jaffe, president,
appointed the following donor
luncheon committee: Mesdames
Morris Berkowitz, chairman;
Michael J. Kushner, treasurer;
David Rosenberg, ad chairman;
Alice Glassman and Jack Glass-
man, memorial; Benjamin Ten-
ner, pledges; and I. Glazer,
darlings.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Elaine
La char acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

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