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April 22, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-22

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The LADIES' AUXILIARY of
the JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day, at the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue an Wyoming. Mrs. Al-
bert Posen, Foundation chair-
man, announces that a guest
speaker, from the New York
office, will explain, the im-
portance of making JNF a
beneficiary through insurance
policies. Mrs. Morris Kutinsky,
Blue-White Box chairman, is
distributing kits for box clear-
ances. Mrs. Abraham Goldstein,
social chairman, will be assist-
ed by Mesdames William
Klafer, Abraham Panush, Al-
bert Schneider and Edward
Wishnetsky.
*
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold a
games party at 8 p.m., Monday,
at Rainbow Terrace. All games,
including mah jongg, will be
played, and prizes will be
awarded. For tickets, call Fay
Herwitz, UN. 2-1197, chairman;
Sylvia Stirn, UN. 1-7697, or Es-
ther Tenzer, LI. 3-4264, co-chair-
men. Guests are invited.
*
*
ZEDAKAH CLUB will dedi-
cate an inter-corn system, re-
cently donated to the Penrick-
ton Nursery for Visually Handi-
capped Children, in ceremonies
planned for 2 p.m., Monday, at
the nursery, 26530 Eureka, Tay-
lor. Rabbi Morris Adler will of-
ficiate at the program. The gift
was made in memory of Mrs.
Hannah Harvith, a past presi-
dent of the organization.

*

* *

BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet Monday
evening, in the home of Mrs.
Hyman Aronson, 24331 Seneca,
Oak Park, when officers will be
elected. Plans will be made for
a Mother's Day luncheon and in-
stallation ceremony, to be held
on May 2.
* * *
Mrs. Rebecca Cohen, member-
ship chairman of KINNERET
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women,
will be hostess at a tea in her
home, 10357 Monica, at 12:30
p.m., Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Kay
will be guest speaker. Each
member is urged to bring a
new member.
*
*
AVODAH CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will view movies taken
by Mrs. Albert Herman on her
recent trip to Israel at 8:30
p.m., Wednesday. The meeting
is planned for Mrs. Herman's
home, 23550 Gardner, Oak Park.
Friends are invited.
*
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
TER Pioneer Women, will meet
at 12:
30 p.m., Monday, in the
Hayim Greenberg Center, when
Mrs. Ruth Miller will review
Robert Kennedy's "The Enemy
Within." Mrs. Fay Rabinowitz
will introduce the speaker, and
Mesdames Fanny Fisher and
Reva Goldberg will serve as
hostesses. Guests are welcome.
• *
"The Other City," a film on
cancer, and a guest speaker on
the subject will highlight a
meeting of ALONAH MAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, on Tues-
day evening, in the home of
Mrs. Dina Gold, 14120 North-
end, Oak Park. Co-hostess will
be Mrs. Betty Harris. For in-
formation, call LI. 4-7706.
* * *
A brunch will be sponsored
by EZRA AID TO ISRAEL this
Monday afternoon, in the home
of Mrs. Max Lewenhoff, 18049
Birwood. Proceeds will go for
charities in Israel.

*

*

Mrs. Sallan Lurie, program
chairman of EMMA LAZARUS
CHAPTER, American Jewish
Congress, announces a panel
discussion on "What Would
Congress Say?", to be held at
12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the
home of Mrs. Ralph Miller,

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18040 Sorrento. Participants
will be Mesdames Harry Hoo-
berman, chairman of commun-
ity interrelations; Theodore Ro-
sen, Division chairman on Israel
and international affairs; and
Ted Wolf, chairman of law and
social action. Plans for the
June 1 installation luncheon
will be discussed.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet at
12:30 p.m., Monday, in the home
of Mrs. Paul Fenton, 5360 W.
Outer Dr. Plans will be an-
nounced for the 21st annual
donor luncheon, scheduled for
May 3, at Rainbow Terrace. For
reservations, call Mrs. Ray Ro-
senberg, LI 7-6540.
* * *

MEDICAL AID GUILD will
hold its annual meeting and
election of officers, beginning
with a dessert luncheon at 12:30
p.m., Monday, in the home of
Mrs. A. Bader, 17512 Cornell.

*

"Hellenism . vs. Judaism—
Dr. Steinberger, graduate of
Implications for Today" will the Hebrew University in Jeru-
be the concluding Symposium salem, is currently lecturing at
program of the Jewish Center, the University of Michigan and
Nachman Bialik. Mesdames I. discussed by Dr. Shlomo Stein- teaching at the Midrasha, Col-
Sterling and M. Plafkin will al- berger, at 8:30 p.m., Monday, lege of Jewish Studies, in
so participate. Guest speaker at 18100 Meyers.
Detroit.
for a special Israel Independ-
ence Day program, May 11, will
he Itzhak Gadish, of Israel, who
Professional Care Is Best For The Hair
will address the group follow-
ing its 12:30 p.m. meeting.
* * *
Mrs. Helen Wolfe, president
of ROS'ENWALD LADIES
AUXILIARY, Unit 218, Amer-
ican Legion, appointed Mes-
OPEN 9 TO 9 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY; SAT. TO 6
dames Lydia Slakter and Sara
15205 W. 7 MILE RD.
BR 2-3377
Jacobson, to serve at the
Downtown U.S.O. Wednesday.
Mrs. Tess Kominare will serve
Meals on Wheels for the Aged
.`
at the Herman Garden Housing
ELSON...SPECIAL
Project from 9 to 12 noon.
Regular $14.95
Thursday. A meeting and social
will be held Wednesday at
17556 Wyoming.
* * *
Guaranteed for
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRA-
its lifetime
EL SISTERHOOD will meet at
12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the syn-
against
agogue, when election of of-
breakage from
ficers will be held. Mrs. Milton
temperature
Duchan, president, will an-
nounce plans for the May 10
extremes.
mother and daughter dinner at
Rainbow Terrace. Following the
meeting, members will leave
Thurs., Fri.
for a guided tour of the new
I F a E9 N3 01 AW E N 2 1 E m tA I C L N E ROAD
Jewish Community Center.
Sat. to 9
(More Clubs Page 18)

activities

* *

Mrs. David Shuster, president
of SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, announces that the
next regular meeting will be
held at 12:30 p.m., Thursday,
at the home of Mrs. Murray
Greenwald, 21811 Kenosha, Oak
Park. Mrs. Al Reifler will con
duct the Bible study group. For
information, call Mrs. Max Suss-
man, LI 7-9674.
* * *
EQUALITY CLUB will hold
a luncheon and meeting, Wed-
nesday afternoon, in the home
of Mrs. Max Reiner, 18003
Northlawn, when plans for fund
raising affairs will be discussed.
* .*
A makeup demonstration will
be held at a social meeting of
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB, at
8:30 p.m., Monday. Refresh-
ments will be served. Friends
and guests of members are in-
vited to attend. Beverly Gold
will have tickets for the Mother
and Children's Dinner planned
for May 9 at Mayfair Catering,
when members will provide the
entertainment in play form.
* * *
"How a Psychologist Inter-
prets Conformity" will be dis-
cussed by mental health coun-
selor Mrs. Florence Stroll at a
luncheon meeting of LOUISE
WISE CHAPTER, American
Jewish Congress, on Wednesday,
at the home of Mrs. James Mil-
groin, 24240 Morritz, Oak Park.
Guests are welcome.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will serve the USO, on
Tuesday. The following will be
hostesses: Irene Rodman, Mae
Shapiro, Riva Iskovitz, Becky
Weinman, Molly Kobrin and Lil-
lian Eldinger. That evening, a
business meeting will be held
at the Beth Joseph on Wyoming.
* * *
Recognition of the role of
Jewish mothers, "Kindlers of
the Flame,' will be the theme
of the annual ADAS SHALOM
SISTERHOOD installation
luncheon May 2, 12 noon, in
the synagogue social hall. Mrs.
Manny Lax, installation chair-
man, heads a committee in
charge of program and arrange-
ments. It includes Mesdames
Albert Egrin, Max Goldsmith,
Joseph Koenig, Philip Mirvis,
Jacob E. Segal, Milton Share,
Julius Wainer and William Zim-
merman.
*
Harold Silver, director of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, will be guest speaker at
a meeting of CLUB TWO,
Pioneer Women, at 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, at the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161
S c h a e f e r. He will discuss
"Jewish Juvenile Delinquents."
At an oneg shabbat at 1:30 p.m.,
Saturday, in the Hayim Green-
berg Center, I. Finkelstein will
discuss the work of Hayim

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