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September 11, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-11

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Mrs. William Hamburger,
president of DELTA PHI
EPSILON ALUMNAI ASSO-
CIATION, presided over the
first business - social meeting
of the season at the home of
Sharon Linden last week.

"Swing Out with Sharona" is
to be the theme of a forthcom-
ing tea by SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, to be
held 8:45 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Jack Kutnick, of
Strathcona Dr., Palmer Woods.
The Phil Gaberman Trio will
entertain along with a featured
guest speaker, announces Mrs.
Ted Sallen, membership chair-
man. Membership and friends
are invited to attend.
* F *
Mrs. Margaret Kozenn Chajes,
who recently returned from her
14th consecutive concert tour
' through Europe and Israel, will
be guest speaker at the annual
membership tea of the MUSIC
STUDY CLUB OF DETROIT,
at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the home
of Mrs. Gilbert Schoenfield, of
19521 Burlington. She will
speak on "Detroit's Contribu-
tion to the Cultural Life in
Israel." During her stay there,
Mrs. Chajes auditioned many
musical students of the Haifa
Conservatory of Music, one of
the universities to which the
club has granted scholarships,
according to Mrs. Stewart Lin-
den, president. Mrs. Jack Scherr
is chairman of the day. Mem-
bers and friends are invited to
attend.
* * *
DETROIT LADIES AUXILI-
ARY, American Medicine Cen-
ter at Denver, will hold a
luncheon at 12:30 p.in. Tuesday
at Cong. Beth Moses, Linwood
at Oakman. All proceeds will go
toward the Eleanor Roosevelt
Cancer R es ear c h Building.
Friends are invited to attend.
For reservations, call TE 4-5411.
* * *
A board of directors meeting
of the JEWISH WOMEN'S EU-
ROPEAN WELFARE ORGAN-
IZATION was held Monday in
the home of Mrs. Morris Miller,
president. Arrangements for the
pre-holiday bake sale were
made.
* * *
RODIN CLUB will hold its
opening meeting of the season
at the home of Mrs. Howard
Kopel, 14641 Pearson at 1 p.m.
Wednesday.
* * *
Plans for the donor will be
discussed at a dessert luncheon
of EQUALITY CLUB Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Sam Lerman, 7718 W. Seven
Mile.
* * *
HEBREW LADIES AID Sp-
CIETY will launch the new sea-
son with a social meeting at 12
noon Sept. 22 at Holiday Manor:
A dessert luncheon will be
served. Dr. Ralph Rabinowitz,
director of Hawthorne Center,
will be guest speaker, an-
nounces Mrs. David Weiss, pres-
ident. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
*
All Landsmanschaften organ-
izations and supporters of the
City of Hope are asked to send
delegates to the annual con-
ference at 10:30 a.m. Sunday
at Turover Temple, 12129 Dex-
ter, it was advised by DETROIT
AUXILIARY No. 15. A break-
fast-lunch will be served. The
program will include election of
officers.
*

SISTERHOOD OF CONG.
BETH ABRAHAM. will hold its
first regular meeting at 8:30
p.m. Thursday in the synagogue
social hall. Members and guests
will be asked to participate in
the "Keep Talking" television
game, announces Mit. Meyer
Lullove, program chairman.
(More Clubs Page 23)

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19 - THE DETRO IT JEWIS H NEWS — Fri da y, Sept. 11, 1959

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