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October 27, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-27

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City of Hope Businessmen's Group
Holds Annual Dinner-Dan
5

Women's

BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will hold a membership tea for
wives of new syhagogue?nembers
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
borne of Dr. Maurice Silverman,
17589 Westhampton, Southfield,
announces Mrs. Charles Shere,
membership • chairman. Rabbi
-Hayim Donin will be guest
speaker. Prospective, members
may call Mrs. Shere, EL 6-0477.
*
*
JUNIOR PRIMROSE • CLUB
will hold a board 'meeting 8:30
p.m. Monday at the home of
Leah Levinsky, 8728 Woodside.
* * *
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will ooen a series of four book
reviews 10' a.m. Thursday at the
synagogue with Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick on "From Ararat to
Suburbia," announces Mrs. Philip
Pealk, series chairman. A conti-
nental breakfast will be served.
Co-chairman are • Mrs. Phillip
Chapnick and Mrs. Marvin Ben-
nett. Friends are invited.

FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a
board meeting 12:30 p.m. Nov. 6
at the home of Mrs. S. Shulman,
20515 Murray Hill. Dessert lunch-
eon will be served. Mrs. Jacob
Goldman has been named dele-
gate to the 36th annual conven-
tion of Mizrachi Women of Amer-
ica to be held Sunday through
Tuesday in Boston.
* * *
ALON.AH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Halloween
costume oarty 9 Dan. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Manuel Gor-
man, 24256 Leewin. A late buf-
fet dinner will be served. The
annual games night will be held
8:30 p,m. Nov. 7 at the Hayim
Greenberg Center. Refreshments
will be' served. For information,
call ,Ruth Schoenfeld, chairmatf
KE 7-6161.; .

o-

SUBURBAN ia n d NORTW
WEST - S'011THFIELD SEC-
. TIONS, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will hold -a dessert
luncheon Tuesday at Temple
Emanuel. A fashion show, fea-
turing Israeli knits, will be pre-
sented. Packing tins will be given .
by Kit Battle of _BOAC. Presiding
will be Mesdames Stanley Herz-
off, Milton Liehterrnan and Rob-
ert Golby, section chairmen.
* * *
GOLDA. MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual paid-up membership
lunchen 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Hayim Greenberg Center
with Mrs. Milton Weiss as guest
speaker on Moetzet Hapoelot.
* * *
NORTHWEST _ YOUNG IS-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold a
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Sara Gut-
man, 17300 Birwood, announces
President Mrs. Norman Sukenie.
For information on the member-
ship tea, to be held Nov. 14, call
Mrs. M. Duchan, chairman, UN
4-2706.
• * *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold a
rummage sale Nov. 3 and 4 at
-the American Legion Hall, Liver-
nois at Nine Mile road. For in-
formation, call Marie Haas, chair-
man, UN 4-6503, or Mary Feld-.
man, co-chairman, UN 2-5353. A
business meeting will be held
7:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at Eureka Tem-
ple, 111 W. Seven Mile, an-
nounces Worthy Matron Maida
KrauS.
*
*
EQUALITY. CLUB will meet
Wednesday afternoon at the
home of. Mrs: Jennie Jaffe, presi-
dent.
*
*
YOUTH EDUCATION
LEAGUE will meet 12:30 p.m.
Nov. 6 at the home of Mrs. Ben
Feldstein, 3211 W. Outer Dr.
Co-hostesses will ' be Mesdames
Max Blaine and Joseph Wolfe.
Program chairman is Mrs. Allan
Robinson. The program, sponsor-
ed by the 'Bell Telephone Co.,
will be "Plans for Pleasant Liv-

ing." Prizes will be featured.
Guests are invited.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold a culture meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Hayim
Greenberg Center, announces
President Mrs. Mildred Kramer.
Mrs. Harry Mondry will review
"The Haguna," by Chaim Grade.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests are invited.
• * * _
NORTHWEST DETROIT
CHAPTER, Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital
and the •Jewish National Home
for Asthmatic Children, will
meet Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Julius Eckhouse, 24081
Blackstone, Oak Park. Guest
speaker will be Elizabeth Wald-
man, who will discuss, and
show slides of her 'two years with
the U.S. State Department in
Europe. For information, call
Mrs. Max Friedman, membership
chairman, UN 4-33268, or Presi-
dent Mrs. Irving Medow, DI
1-1996'.
* * *
TEMPLE BETH SISTERHOOD
will present the third in a series
of book reviews 11 a.m. Tuesday
at the Temple. Rabbi Samuel E.
Karff, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth El in Flint, will review
Irving Stone's "The Agony and
the Ecstasy."

*

* *

PRIMROSE BENEVOL
SOCIETY will hold a
and
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monda
the
home of program chair
Mrs.
M. Neiman, 18030 Penn' ton, to
make plans for the 27
donor luncheon, to be
p.m. Nov. 29 at Cong. B
For tickets, call Mrs.
UN 3-4057, or Mrs. B.
UN 1-3844.
* * *
RADOMER LADIES A
ARY will hold an executive
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Workmen's , Circle, 19340
W. Seven Mile, announces Mrs.
Ida Klaper, vice president and
hostess for the meeting.
* * *
ZIEGER OSTEOPATHIC HOS-
PITAL AUXILIARY will hold its
annual membership luncheon to-
day at the Scotch and Sirloin
Restaurant, announces President
Mrs. Gerald Brickner. Mrs. WU,

PRE-110L

Liam Athen, vice president of
Michigan Osteopathic Women's
Auxiliaries, will be honored.
Murray Van Wagner, former gov-
ernor, will speak on "Public Re- .
lations in Hospitals." Chairmen
of the event are Mesdames Sid-
ney Gelman and Seymour Raynes.
Mrs. Eugene Sands is in charge
of decorations.
* * *
JULIUS ROSENWALD AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion, will
entertain veterans at the Marine
Hospital 2 p.m. Nov. 9. Games
and gifts will be featured. Host-
esses will be Mesdames Marion
Goldberg, Sara Jacobson, Lydia
Slakter and Helen Wolf.
'4; * *
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
meet 10:30' a.m. Monday at the
me o rs. Herman w eisoerg,
13309 B or gm an, Huntington
Woods. They will then drive to
Haven Farms, a home for retard-
ed children at Romeo, for a tour
and demonstration of the equip-
ment the organization donated.
Luncheon will be served.
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER,
Women, will -m
day at
ay'
Greenberg,
Cente
ear
s. Alex Schre-
ier
o recently returned from
ip to the Soviet Union, speak
n "Reunion in Russia."
* * *
KINNERET
neer Women,
'p.m.
esday
Gree
Cent
Mrs.
Esther
aum por on h
recent tri to Israel. Host
will be I sdames Miria
ree-
man and Sadie Begu
lunch-
eon and games par
ill be held
12:30 _p.m. N
at Federal's
Auctitgriu
735 Grand River,
anno
rs. Sophie Tatelman,
an, a n d Mrs. Frances
Shayne, co-Chairman. Rebecca,
Cohen is ticket chairman. Friends
are invited. .
* * *
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
hold its fund-raising dinner-dance
Nov. 4 at the Statler-Hilton Hotel,
announces Mrs. William Budman,
chairman of the event. Commit-
tee heads include Mesdames
John Herman, Abe Schmier, Bar-
ney Shatz and Abe Sinaberg.
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The Detroit Businessmen's
Group of the City of Hope
present their annual dinner-
ce
Nov. 5 at the Sheraton-
Mae
Hotel.
Guest speakers wi
e Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal, spir al leader
of Adas Shalom Syn ague who
has visited the Cali nia insti-
tut , and Dr.
Pau Wor-
mer, the
ity's medical
director.
The City of
Hope. at Duarte
is a nonsecta-
rian organiza-
tion devoted
to the care and
treatment of
Rabbi Segal patients afflict-
ed with catastrophic diseases, ac-

o ing to Bernar•oster, ity
of Hope regional di ector. Its
facilities re free for those ho
cann for ervices.
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