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November 18, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 18, 1960

Women's C/uhs

(More Clubs Page 19)
"Felix Frankfurter R e m i -
nisces" will be , reviewed by
Rabbi Samuel E. Karff of Flint
at the Tuesday Forum Series
of BETH EL SISTERHOOD 11
a.m., Tuesday. A buffet lunch-
eon for a nominal charge will
follow the talk. The .public is
invited.

.

* *

Chairmen responsible for the success for Zedakah Club's
annual donor luncheon Dec. 7 at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel are,
from left (seated), Mesdames Sam Wexler, Belle Itson, Harry
Podall; (standing) Abe Musholtz, Theodore Shaffer, Leonard
Shapiro, Maurice Knopper, donor chairman; and Ben Chestnut.
Those not in the picture are Mesdames Sam Cohen, Joel Levy
and Paul Deutsch.

Zedakah Club Features Fashion
Show, Dancers at Donor Luncheon

x-

Movsas Goldoftas will be
guest speaker at a meeting of
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Hayim Greenberg Center, an-
nounces Mrs. Mildred Kramer,
president. Goldoftas is director
of the Hayim Greenberg He-
brew Yiddish School.
hour will follow.
* *
, a
"The Clothes
ed local dress
ion show by
presented by..
salon, wil
SHARON C APTER, Pi e
:45 p.m. Nov.
Women
r.
the H im Greenberg
Refre ments • b
Co-ch riven the
sdames
are
Alber Ziff. T • y re
by Me ames Al L'
, tic
s;
freshm
icily; Mar-
ets; Leo
decorations;
rho Ti
tin
aldman rizes; n
Saul
m
orowitzr
tin
a
ts, call
ti
L 8-0707, or
2 745.
al

Dr. Salo W. Baron will be the
second lecturer at Temple Beth
El, Monday, 8:30 P.M., in the
series "Great Ideas in Jewis s is
plc.
tory," sponsored by the
"Jew-
Dr. Baron will spea

City of Hope I
Reservations f
Year's Fund-R

aking
New
sing

ges."
ish Sur
aron
An
his-
is m
is the
torians in the wor
eluding
s,
author of
History
nd
"A Soc.
whit has been
e
of
languages.
o
tr. 1-
pen to the pub-
T' le re
rge.
ee of

15 City
Detroit Auxiliary
ASTIC FURNITURE
ublic
of Hope, announces t
is invited to make reser
COVERS
_
MADE TO ORDER
for the organization's New
or READY MADE
Year's Eve Party fund-raising
to be held Dec. 31 at Adas ° CALL ANNA KARBAL
LI 2-0874
Shalom Synagogue.
Buffet tables, cocktails, danc-
ing and entertainment will be
eatured. The cost of a reserva-
n is a donation to City of
e.
r reservations, call Mrs.
Zeldes, UN 4-3162, or Wil-
Benderoff, UN 2-0383.

Zedakah Club, which is dedi-
cated to aid indigent senior citi-
zens, has embarked on a hos-
pital program which also will
require additional funds, accord-
ing to Mrs. Greenberg.
The organization has already
installed a "Kosher Food Snack
Bar" at Ypsilanti State Hospital,
under the supervision of Rabbi
Gruskin of Cong..Bnai Zion.
The chairmen for the fund-
raising event include Mesdames
, presi-
Maurice Knopper, donor Chair- d
TER, Pio-
man; Ben Chestnut, Harry Po- ne
nounces the
dall, Joel Levy, Leonard Sha- next
meetin will be
piro, Theodore Shaffer,' Sam 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
e home
Cohen, Abe Musholtz, Samuel of Mr
, 18041
1.
Wexler,
Paul
Deutch
and
Belle
Out-of-town guests, a Tama-
r business
Schae
rack trip, a basketball game Itson.
e fo • wed by
meeti
and a dance will make- Thanks-
a speake For infor ation, cal
giving weekend a big one for
d,
Mrs. M ray Gr
Teens of the Jewish Center.
7-6218.
Forty Teens from Chicago's
CHARLES AND AARON KO-
Max Strauss JCC will visit,
along with a Toledo JCC dele- GAN POST. last week presented
Eas
a 50-star United States flag tO
gation.
illation o
The program leads off Friday, the Nankin Mills Sells • District
onday at
Nov. 25, with a morning open in ceremonies at e
exandri ef
game room for Chicago and School.
be serve nnou
*
*
*
Detroit Teens. An afternoon
Wort atron.
A N
tour of the city for the Chicago
Lt. RAYMOND Z U
* *
guests, with Detroit Teens as AUXILIARY will service the Ju-
eer
CHAPTER,
hosts, will be followed by a 4 venile Detension Home at 1 p.m.
s for
will discuss
p.m. overnight trip to Tamarack. Saturday. Prizes, gifts and gam
up at a
exchange
the b
The trip, $7.50 for Center will be featured and refreshme s 12:30 • . meeti
the home
Teens, will include winter will be served. Chairman Bernie of Mrs.
• ichman, 18411
sports, hikes, Sabbath observ- Wilson will be assisted by Presi- Prairie. For information, call
ances, and campfires. Forty dent Mollie Perchikoff, Madeline Mrs. Henry Faigin, VE 6-6318.
Chicago Teens will join 30 Siegal and Mary Kempner. A
* * *
Center Teens. Register at the regular meeting will be held 8:30
An oneg shabbat is sched-_
cashier's office.
p.m. Monday at the home of uled by BNAI MOSHE SIS-
The group • will return at '7 Nellie Kolb.
TERHOOD 2 p.m. Saturday in
* * *
p.m. Saturday to join a Toledo
the social hall. Mrs. Moses
group for the Teen Varsity
"Resuscitation," a film on the Lehrman, oneg shabbat chair-
season opener against the To- process of mouth to mouth man, will lead in community
ledo JCC at 8 p.m. A dance for breathing, will be shown at a singing. Chairman of the day
all three groups, "The Tri-City meeting of SOL. YETZ-MORRIS Mrs. Samuel Rosenthal will di-
Trot," with band and refresh- COHEN AUXILIARY • Monday rect the skit, "Once Upon a
ments, will follow from 9-11 evening at the Memorial Home. Sabbath," an Eternal Light
p.m.
Hostesses will be President Ruth script. Participants will include
'Wolfe and Leah Singer. A Mesdames Nathan Sharon, Jer-
speaker from the Michigan Con- ome Leshner, Max Sussman,
solidated Gas Company will fol- Arthur Boshan, Julius Reznick,
low the film. Anne Rubin, hos- EdWard Meer and Samson In-
pital chairman, advises that the wald. Mrs. David Fish will read
Post and Auxiliary will combine the opening prayer. Refresh-
facilities at a party to be given ments will be served by Mrs.
for the patients at the Saginaw Henry Tobat, hostess chairman
Veterans Hospital. Entertainment and her committee.
* *
and gifts will be featured. For
MASSADA CHAPTER,
information, call Anne Rubin,
neer Women, will me
KE 5-4031.
* * *
p.m. Monday at the
OAK PARK AUXILIARY will Mrs. Marc Rovner,
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at 21730 field, Oak Park
Parklawn, Oak Park, for a show nounced by Pre
featuring members modeling man Kanter.
sports fashions. Refreshments
will be served by co-hostesses Staples
Olefsky Next
Mrs. Martin Samuel and Mrs. Center
phony Sol ists
I. Binder. For information, call
Violini Gordon Stapi
Mrs. Binder, LI 2-8899.
1 Olefsk wi
Cellist
*,
the next one
soloists
LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXIL- the Je
Center ms y
IARY AND POST will bring Orchest
n-
Julius Cha
gifts, refreshments and enter- ductor,
8:30 p.m., ues
MISS SANDRA GOTTLIEB
tainment to the patients at Nov. 29,
the Aaron DeRo
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin M. Gott- Battle Creek Veterans Hospital Theatre, 1
Meyers.
lieb, 18111 Sussex, announce the this Sunday, it was announced
n'
They will
engagement of their daughter, by Mrs. Jerry Dale, Auxiliary certo for violin
Sandra Gail, to Calvin Schram, president. The Auxiliary will 102 in A minor.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell meet Tuesday at the home of
Tickets are available at the
Schram of Berkley Ave., Oak Mrs. Harold Jacobs of Asbury Center.
Park. A September wedding is Park. Mrs. Murray Bosin will
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be hostess.
planned.

Zedakah Club • will feature a
fashion show and the Arthur
Murray Dancers at its annual
donor luncheon Dec. 7 at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, it was
announced by President Mrs.
Jack Greenberg.
Among the prizes to be award-
ed will be a two-day stay at the
Concord resort in the New York
Catskill Mountains.

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