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November 13, 1959 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-13

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Honor, ,,7T1vo_ `Woken of 'Valor' at
Bond Lunch; Mrs. Williams to Speak

Detroit's two newest "Women
of Valor" will be honored at
an Israel Bond women's division
"Merci Beaucoup" luncheon at
the Jewish Community Center,
18100 Meyers, at 12 noon, next
Mrs. Harry Portnoy and Mrs.
Philip Cutler will be inducted
as "Women of Valor," signify-
ing that they have reached the
$100,000 mark in purchases,
sales and collections of pledges

Ahavas Achim Women
8late Lecture, Skit -

The Sisterhood of Cong. Aha-
vas Achim has planned two
headline activities for -Tues-
day and Wednesday at the syna-
Rabbi Moses Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of Cong. Bnai Moshe,
will be guest speaker at the sec-
ond in a series of lecture-lunch-
eon meetings sponsored by the
sisterhood's Women's Institute,
at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
social hall.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on
"The Biblical Age—The Tal-
mudic Era."
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. David Grainer, Sis-
terhood adult education chair-
man, at UN 3-2962.
"Sisterhood Gaities," a skit
starring members of the organi-
zation, will be presented at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday, as fea-
tured entertainment • of the Sis-
terhood's paid-up membership
Participants in. the skit will
be Mesdathes Bernard White-
man, choreographer; Leonard-
Schreiber, director and barker;
Emil Farkas, accompanist; Ed-
ward Allen, Bernard Glazier,
Lester Wolfe, Bert Heller, Hai-
ry Goldstein, Jerome Kirsch-
baum, Larry Guttenberg and
Meyer Levey.

Beth Aaron
Men's Club to Hold 'Cabaret Night'

F o d, entertainment and
music will be offered at 6:30
p.m., Sunday, -when the Beth
Aaron Men's Club presents its
annual "Cabaret Night" in the
Maynard Feldman, program
chairman, announces there will
be an eight-course candlelight
dinner. Also on the agenda are
Karrell Fox, internationally
known comic magician, and
Harold Ramm, famous adult

Darre music= will be provided
by Dave Diamond and his
orchestr4. Tickets may be pur-
chased from Men's Club mem-
bers or at the door.

Charles Milan and Max Stoll-
Guest of honor and principal
speaker at the luncheon will be
To Present Song Recital
Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, First
Lady of Michigan, who will talk
Irmgard Seefried will be
about her recent trip to Israel.
presented in a song recital
The • luncheon is the feature
Nov. 25 in the first offering of
event of an intensive and highly
the Detroit Institute of Arts
successful cash collection cam-
Concert Series as sponsored by
paign following the High Holy
the Detroit Museum of Art
Day Israel Bond appeals. The
Founders Society.
W o m e n's Division volunteer
committee has play , c1 an im-
portant role in the collection
to date of more than $100,000
in cash since the High Holy
Sponsor pins and Chen charms
will also be presented at the
luncheon. Sponsors are pur-
Beginning Saturday, January 2nd,
chasers of $1,000 in Bonds in
and Every Saturday Through the
one year, while Chen charms go
Winter Season!
to women who buy or sell $2,500
in Bonds. A special Chen charm
commemorating one of the 12
tribes of Israel is given for each
$2,500 in purchases, sales and
collections. When a Chen work-
er has won all 12 charms, she
For Information Call UN 4-4464 or Visit
is given a • plaque designating
her a member of the Advance
Guard of Chen. Chen gets its
name from the women's army
of Israel.
in Israel, Bonds, it was an-
Reservations for the luncheon
nounced by Mrs. Max Stollman may be made at the Israel Bond
and Mrs. Joseph Katchke, Wom- office, WO 2-5091.
en's Division co-chairmen.
Six other Detroit women who Establish Scholarship
have been so honored by the
national Israel Bond women's for Mrs. Anna Epel
division are Mesdames Tom
A nursing scholarship for use
Borman, Philip H e 1 f ma n, by an Israeli student and sev-
Joseph Katchke, Rachel Kurtz- eral other memorials have been
established in honor of Mrs.
Anna Epel, in whose memory a
unveiled next
Center Starts Program monument will be Sunday,
for Mentally Retarded
22, at Clover
Hill Park
A program for mentally re-
tarded young adults, 18 to 35, is
Mrs. Epel,
now being planned by the adult
an active com-
"division of the Jewish Com-
munity leader,
munity Center.
was the wife
Designed to meet an import-
of Jacob Epel,
ant community need, the pro-
sexton, B a a 1
gram will stress social, educa-
Shofar and as-
tional and cultural activities for
sistant cantor
the mentally retarded.
Mrs. Epel • for many
Developed in cooperation with
the Dei.roit Association for Re- years at Cong. S'haarey Zeclek.
In addition to the scholarship,
tarded Children, the program
Will consist of twice monthly Mrs. Epel's family and friends
meetings. Interested parents have planted a 'garden of trees
should call the Center's adult as a living memorial.
Her name also has been in-
division, DI 1-4200.
scribed in the Golden Book of
the Jewish National Fund and
Young Israel Youths
in the Book of Builders of the
Set Varied Programs
Pioneer Women in recognition
The Northwest Young Israel of her devotion and work for
youth group has begun holding Zionist causes.
oneg shabbat services at 4 p.m.,
the fourth Friday of each Hadassah to Present
month. The programs feature Education Workshop
discussion of Jewish subjects,
The Detroit Chapter of Had-as-
singing and refreshments.
sah will hold its second educa-
A YI social will be held at tion workshop from 10 a.m. to
8 p.m., Saturday, in the Syna- 12 noon, today, at Hadassah
All groups will meet for
A discussion on Jewish books
arts and crafts to be led by and their importance in the
Karen Goodman, Camp Keyuma daily life of the individual will
arts and crafts director, at 2 be featured, according to Mrs.
p.m., Nov. 22, in the synagogue. Harry Oberstein, chairman of
the discussants.
Mrs. Gerald Marks, chairman
Home Relief Society
of the Hadassah gift shop, ad-
Donor Dinner Saturday vises that toys, unusual gift
Reservations are still being items, aprons and hand-made
taken for the annual donor din- apparel for children are on dis-
ner-dance of the Home Relief play and sold from 9 a.m. to
Society, to take place this Sat- 5 p.m., daily. Special gift wrap-
urday evening, at the Sheraton- ping service is available.
Cadillac Hotel.
Hal Gordon and his orchestra Wayne • Professor Talks
will furnish the music for danc- to Berman PTO Group
ing, and there will be enter-
"Problems of Normal Chil-
tainment by New York coniedi- dren" will be discussed by Dr.
enne Fritzi Burr and the Volpe George D. Barahal at a PTO
Dancers. Many prizes will be meeting of the Esther Berman
branch, United Hebrew • Schools,
For reservations, call Mrs. at 8:15 p.m., Wednesday, in the
John Mossman, general chair- school auditorium.
man, or Mr.& Baer Keidan, tick-
14,48 0191 4.7Vime.3)
Dr. Barahal, professor of edu-
et chairman, UN. 1-2020, UN. cational and clinical . psychology
3-6194 • or LI. 64089.
at Wayne State University, will
stress the changing attitudes of
We are not here to get all we the child as he reaches adoles-
can out of life for ourselves, .but cence. His talk will be illus-
to try to_ make the lives of Oh- trated by a film, -and a question
ers . happier.—Sir William Osler. and answer period will follow.
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