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.
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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
given, and plans will be submit-
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ted for coming events. A dessert
ROCHEL LAYA STEPINER luncheon will precede the meet-
AID SOCIETY will hold a social ing.
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meeting at the home of Mrs.
M. St on e, 14130 Wales, Oak
CLUB will meet at Beth Joseph,
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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.
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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.
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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.
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
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writers are asked to cooperate
in observing this deadline.
held Monday at the ome of
RADOMER LADIES AUXIL- Mrs. Louis Babc
IARY will hold an executive Washburn, with M
board meeting at 8:30 p.m. Mon- Robinson and
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
scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday hold
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-
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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-
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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.
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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
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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,
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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.
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Town Hall Lecture
Gamma Kappa Chi
Features Dempsey on
Russian, U.S. Image
"The World's Image of Russia
and Us" is the subject to
discussed at the second
Hall lecture given by
T. Dempsey under t
of the Detroit Se
Council of Jewis
p.m. Nov. 18 at
home of Mrs.
also an assoc
political science a
Mrs. Ben Schottenfels, vice-
president of the Section in charge
of public affairs, announces a
dessert luncheon will precede the
11. hold its an al
•ership inner 8:30
ursday at the home of
Samuel LaFond, 14428
B • rnstein an
on, call Mrs.
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