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November 04, 1960 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Women's Cluh activities

CHANA CZENESH CHAP- ads and reservations for the
TER, Pioneer Women, will meet donor luncheon Nov. 28. Friends
12:30 p.m. Monday at the Hayim are invited to attend the meet-
Greenberg Center to hear Mrs. ing.
* .* *
Samuel Linden review "Advise
and Consent," by Allen Drury.
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPE-
She will be introduced by Mrs. AN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
Edith Sauls. Refreshments will TION will hold a meeting at noon
be s e r v e d by hostesses Mrs. Monday at Jericho Temple, 18495
Esther Lichtenstein and Mrs. Wyoming. A report on the recent
Reba Goldberg. Guests are wel- home cooked. luncheon will be
come.
given, and plans will be submit-
* * *
ted for coming events. A dessert
ROCHEL LAYA STEPINER luncheon will precede the meet-
AID SOCIETY will hold a social ing.
* * *
meeting at the home of Mrs.
M. St on e, 14130 Wales, Oak
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
Park.
CLUB will meet at Beth Joseph,
* * *
12:30 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Avner
ZEDAKAH CLUB has an- Naggar will review "New Face
nounced the appointment of in the Mirror," by Yael Day-
chairmen for the Dec. 7 donor an. Luncheon will be. served.
luncheon at the Sheraton Cadil- Friends* are invited. The donor
lac Hotel. A fashion show, the chairman, Mrs. J. Kobrin, an-
Arthur Murray Dancers and nounces that the luncheon will be
prizes, including a two-day stay held Nov. 30 at Temple Israel.
at the Concord Hotel in the Cats- For tickets call LI 6-6918 or UN
kill Mountains, will be featured. 2-7208.
* * *
Mrs. Maurice Knopper is donor
chairman. Her committee consists
PURITY CHAPTER No. 359,
of Mesdames Ben Chestnut, ad Order of the Eastern Star, will
book; Lazar Shapiro, pledge; hold its first meeting under
Samuel Wexler, reservations and the new administration, 7:45
Paul Deutch, program.
p.m. Monday, at Eastern Star
* *
Temple, 80 W. Alexandrine. Re-
A regular meeting of JULIUS freshments will be served.
* * *
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, will be held at
EQUALITY CLUB will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at 17556 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the
Wyoming. Members are asked to home of Mrs. Meyer Wein-
attend. Sarah Jacobson and Rose garden, 19151 Monica, to plan
Gelman will serve at the USO for the 33rd annual donor
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednes- luncheon to be held Dec. 12.
*
a
day. Members donated cookies.
Dr. Franz Polgar, noted hyp-
notist, will probe "What's on
Deadline on Monday Your Mind?" at the monthly
meeting and complimentary des-
Deadline for all organizational sert luncheon • of TEMPLE
news items is at noon on Mon: BETH EL SISTERHOOD at
days. Copy henceforth arriving 12:30 p.m. Nov. 14 in Franklin
after that hour will be retained Memorial Hall. The meeting is
for the following week's issue— open to the public.
if timely. Organizational publicity
a a *
writers are asked to cooperate
A
regular
meeting
of Y
H
in observing this deadline.
EDUCATION LEAGU
11 be
held Monday at the ome of
, 18934
RADOMER LADIES AUXIL- Mrs. Louis Babc
ames Alan
IARY will hold an executive Washburn, with M
rice Lezell
board meeting at 8:30 p.m. Mon- Robinson and
Brasch will
day in the home of Mrs. M. as co-hostesses.
Lashman, 23500 Beverly, Oak present a pro m • on floral
Park. Donations to the Torch arrangements f the home. All
d to attend.
Drive and City of Hope will be members are * a
discussed. A regular meeting is
HOME RELI
SOCIETY will
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday hold
its monthl
at the Workmen's Circle Center, noon Nov. 11 a oard meeting
18340 W. Seven Mile. Members Mrs. Jack Levitt, e home of
are asked to attend.
eports will be given on the re-
* *
ent donor dance. A dessert
DETROIT,JUNIOR CHAPTER, 1 uncheon will be served.
Jewish National Home for Asth-
* a *
matic Children at Denver, will
AVIVA CHAPTER, Pioneer
hold a discussion of the cam- Women, invites the public to at-
paign issues at 12:30 p.m. Mon- tend a games party and white
day in the home of Mrs. Alfred elephant sale 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
Shevin, 17525 Wildemere. Rep- day at thd Hayim Greenberg
resenting the Democrats will be Center. White elephant gifts are
John L. Sweeney, legislative as- requested. For information, call
sistant to U. S. Sen. Patrick Mc- Mrs. H. Faegin, VE 6-6318.
Namara, and Republican spokes-
* * *
-
man will be Robert L. Wittbold,
WOMEN OF GEMILUTH
candidate for county clerk. For CHASSODIM will give an "Open
information, call Mrs. Arnold House Tea" 1:30 p.m. Nov. 14
Schafer, vice-president in charge at the new synagogue, 19371
of programming, LI 1-5094.
Greenfield.
• * *
a a
A fund-raising games party
VERA BRAMSON CHAPTER,
will be held by LADIES OF Women's American ORT, an-
MOSAIC - Tuesday evening at nounces a meeting for Monday at
Rainbow Terrace. Refreshments the home of Mrs. Bess Sarko,
and prizes will be featured. For 18461 Ohio.
*
tickets, call chairmen Ruth
Vasko, KE 5-0195, or Betty
DELTA'PHI EPSILON ALUM-
Swartz, UN 4-8831.
NAE plans its annual Hallowe'en
* * *
party 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Mrs. Joe Katz, president of home of Betty Nederlander, 8019
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL Hendrie, Huntington Woods. For
SISTERHOOD, announces a information, call Barbara Kaye,
board meeting for 8:45 p.m. LI 7-3191, or Muriel Posner, UN
Monday in the home of Mrs. S. 2-0957.
*
*
Wainer, 19167 Pinehurst. Plans
will be completed for the mem-
Reports on the INFANTS
bership tea to be held Nov. 15 SERVICE GROUP annual "Coun-
at the synagogue, under the ty Fair," slated for Nov. 27 at
chairmanship of Mrs. N. Sukenic. the Sholem Aleichem Institute,
* * *
will be presented by co-chair-
The next social meeting of the men of the event Mrs. Emanuel
HEBREW LADIES AID SOCI- Shapiro and Mrs. Sidney Silver-
ETY will be held at 12:30 p.m. man at a regular board meeting
Tuesday at Holiday Manor. for all committee heads Monday
Members are asked to bring in at the home of Mrs. Silverman.

Proceeds from the "Fair" will-be
divided between the Penrickton
Nursery and the Detroit Associa-
tion for Retarded Children.
Mrs. Harry . Smaller and Mrs.
Sidney Cohen will report on the
presentation of a $1,500 check
to the Association.
* *
SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
WoMen, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Ferst, it was announced
by President Mrs. David Shus-
ter. Irene Saul will speak on the
the life of Theodor Herzl. For
information, call Mrs. Murray
Greenwald, LI 7-6218.
(More Clubs Page 31)

Town Hall Lecture
Gamma Kappa Chi
Auxiliary
Slates
Features Dempsey on
Membershi
er
Russian, U.S. Image
Gam i
ppa Chi
mni

"The World's Image of Russia
and Us" is the subject to
discussed at the second
Hall lecture given by
ohn
T. Dempsey under t
uspices
of the Detroit Se
National
Council of Jewis
omen 12:30
p.m. Nov. 18 at
home of Mrs.
David Emerm
9380 .Parkside.
Dempsey, n
and public
fairs director
WJBK-TV,
also an assoc
professor
political science a
sity
of Detroit.
Mrs. Ben Schottenfels, vice-
president of the Section in charge
of public affairs, announces a
dessert luncheon will precede the
lecture.

Aux

11. hold its an al
•ership inner 8:30
ursday at the home of
Samuel LaFond, 14428
broke.
Dinner chairmen
Irv-
i
B • rnstein an
arold
w mem-,
in
ttend.
fo
on, call Mrs.
utnic
1-2555.

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