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September 09, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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OPEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION, announces a meeting for
noon Monday at the Davison
Community Center, to arrange
the pre-High Holy Days bake
sale and other events. Dessert
luncheon will be served.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a garden
party Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. Milton Eisner,
19212 Prairie. Call UN 4-9288.
* * *
The annual membership tea of
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will be held at 9 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Carl Siegel, 29610 Gilchrist,
Farmington. A program will fea-
ture Mildred Weiss, speaker, a
skit by the dramatic group and
musical selections. Hostesses will
be Mesdames George Britchky,
David Fredrick, Phillip Goldstein,
David Kaplan, Mervin Pilzner,
Hyman Rocklin and Allan Wood-
ell. For information, call Mrs.
Fredrick, LI 7-7174, or Mrs.
Rocklin, LI 6-6183.
*
*
Mrs. David Shuster, president
of SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, announces the annual
President's Tea will open the sea-
son at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
22121 Kenosha, Oak Park. Coun-
cil president Mrs. Sam Wasser-
man will extend greetings, and
Mrs. Avner Naggar will show
slides of her trip through Europe
and Israel. For information, call
Mrs. Murray Greenwald, LI
.7-6218. .
* *
Mrs. Alex Dorchen, newly
•:elected president of DAVID
G
;HORODOKER Y
;WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION, an-
:41ounces a meeting Tuesday after
:;noon at the home of Mrs Bernard
Chase, 15331 Rosemary, Oak
Park. Care packages were sent to
Israeli families for the High Holy
:Days, and plans are in order for
"the annual donor event in De-
.eember.
* * *
JEWISH NATIONAL - FUND
LADIES AUXILIARY will hold
its first open meeting at 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at Beth Aaron
'Synagogue, announces president
::Mrs. George J. Lerner. Mrs.
Joshua Sperka, program chair-
man, advises a panel discussion,
"Youth Looks at Israel," will be

ticipants, recently returned from
a summer in Israel, will be Bar-
bara Linden, Mary Jo Harris,
Rachelle Kraft and Priscilla
Beresh. Membership chairman
Mrs. Ben Minns will announce
plans for the annual membership
drive. Dessert luncheon will be
prepared by social chairman Mes-
dames Abraham Goldstein, 'Wil-
liam Hordes and Julius London
and served by hostesses Mes-
dames George Schneider and
Albert Sima.
• *
Dessert luncheon will be
served at the home of_Mrs. Albert
King, 18429 Sorrento, for the
members of HOME RELIEF SO-
CIETY, Sept. 16. Reservations
for the 38th annual donor dinner
dance, Oct. 25, at Town and
Country Club, are being taken by
Mesdames William Budman,
chairman, William Bonin, co-
chairman, and Sidney Tauber,
ticket chairman. Two trips to
Grossinger's and the Concord will
be awarded. Mrs. Sol Miller, case
chairman, and her committee
will give checks and food orders
to needy families for the High
Holy Days. Mrs. Abe Katzman is
yearbook chairman.
* * *
GAMMA KAPPA CHI ALUM-
NI AUXILIARY announces meet-
ings on the second Thursday of
every month, the next meeting
to be Oct. 13 at the home of Mrs.
Louis Chess. Newly elected of-
ficers are Mesdames Robert Pas-
man, president; Louis Chess, and
Harold Kutnick, vice presidents;
Joel Rubinoff, secretary, and Mor-
ris Hoffman, treasurer. The group
sponsors fully paid yearly schol-
arships to Wayne State Univer-
sity.

*

* *

Dr. Abraham Citron, director
of community relations and re-
search of the Jewish Community
Council of Detroit, will speak on
"Fables, Fears, Freedom and
Neighborhoods" at a meeting of
GOLDA MYERSON CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Hayim Greenberg
Center. -
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a membership
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Jacob Wilk,
17323 Woodingham. The public
is invited. Contributions to the
rummage collection, now in prog-

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ident Mrs. S. Fishman, UN
11-3265. Proceeds will go to Pio-
neer Women projects in Israel.
* *
Mrs. Morris Brandwine
present- a. travelogue and s
of
her recent European t
at , a
meeting of BNAI D
SIS-
TERHOOD, at 9 p
onday in
the synagogue soc
hall. Re-
freshments will fo
. Families
and friends also ar
vited.
*
*
Lillian Hellman's play
eys
in the Attic" will be reviewed by
Mrs. Milton Rosenbaum at a
Meeting of TEMPLE ElVIANU EL
SISTERHOOD, at 12:30 p:m.
Monday, announces newly elected
president Mrs. Leon Kaatz. Des-
sert and coffee will precede the
program. Supervised play will be
provided for children 3 to 7 years
old.
* *
"Youth Speaks," a panel dis-
cussion to include graduates of
Shaarey Zedek high school re-
cently returned from Israel, will
be presented at a meeting of
SHAAREY ZEDEK
HOOD Monday a
in the
1. Pro
synagogue so
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chairman
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reservations, call Mes
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current rabbi of
ongregation, and Cantor
Hyman Adler, troop chaplain for
the past 15 years.
Nearly 100 alumni are ex-
pected to attend the reunion at
which they will see films taken
during the 25 year history of

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Sept. 11,
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CITY OF HO •E CANCER
ERS will hold a boa
meets
the Holiday Manor. Executive
officers will be hostesses. A group
of Northwest Detroit teenage
girls, the Del-Raes, baked and
sold pastries recently, donating
the proceeds to City of Hope.
*
*
NORTHLAND CHAPTER,
Women's Amerit'an ORT, will
hold a luncheon-fashion show at
noon Monday, in the home of
Mrs. Neil Goodman, 20221 Bur-
ton, Oak Park. Commentators will
be Shirley Palitz and Carmen
West.
* * *
Antique art collector Charles
Feinberg will present a showing
of sacred Jewish religious cere-
monial objects at a meeting of
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD,
12:30 p.m. Monday in the syna-
gogue social hall, announce pres-
ident Mrs. Hyman Zalenko and
program co-chairman Mrs. Abe
Halem. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden 'Chain, will hold a - Master
Mason Night, at 8 p.m. Monday
in the Jericho "Temple. Guest
speaker will be edita.: of The
Masonic World, James Smith,
33rd degree Mason. Past Grand
Patron Charles Tatz of New Jer-
sey will be special guest.
* •
DETROIT LADIES OF
AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER AT DENVER will hold a
luncheon at 1 p.m., Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Moses. Proceeds
will go into a fund for victims
of dread chest diseases. Chair-
men are Mesdames Sarah
Waterstone and Mary Kahn. For
information, call DI 1-1007 or
TE 4-8393.
* * *
ZEDAKAH.CLUE will launch
its new season with a dessert
luncheon noon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Louis Germansky.
Plans for major events will be
discussed, according to President
Jack Greenberg. Included is the
annual fall tea, slated for noon
Oct. 24 at Temple Israel, with
Mrs. Morris Adler as principal
speaker. Chairman Mrs. Maurice
Knopper and her committee will
present a report on the coming

donor event.
(More Clubs, Page 18)

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CENTER

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ADULT CLASSES

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Bridge
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 9, 1960

Mrs. Morris 'Miller, president moderated by Noam Shudofsky, ress, may be delivered to Mrs.

of the JEWISH WOMEN'S EUR- Adas Shalom youth director. Par- Herman Delidow, 19161 Whit-

the troop.
Scoutmaster Irwin Ratner,
22031 Beverly, Oak Park, has
led the troop for the past 20
years in this capacity. He is the
recipient of the Silver Beaver,
ng's highest award.



omen's CluL activities

Alumni of Boy Scout Troop
135 will hold a 25th anniversary
reunion dinner Sept. 14 at Rain-
bow Terrace on Wyoming Ave.
For reservations, contact How-
ard Cornfield, 20415 Strath-
moor, UN 4-1452.
Troop 135 •
. nai David
Men's
• . t was 25 years
abbi Joshua•rk

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Boy Scout Troop 135 Marks 25th Birthday

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