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November 17, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-17

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CITY OF HOPE CANCER and Mrs. Julius Green will be 17540 Ohio. Guest speaker will
FIGHTERS will present a "first- hostesses. Rummage is being be Rabbi Stanley Greenberg of
run" movie for paid-up members accepted. For information and the Jewish Community Council,
noon Monday at the Main Thea- pickup, call UN 1-1659.
according to Mrs. T z i p p or a
ter, Royal Oak (through the
* * *
Baiter, chairman.
courtesy of Jack Krass). A des-
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will
*
*
sert luncheon will be served in hold the final luncheon rally for
N'SHEI
CHABAD
OAK
'the lobby, according to Mrs. Al the Annual Artist Concert 12:30
PARK STUDY GROUP will
Rosenberg, in charge of the af- p. m. ....... ... • . • ...................
meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the
fair. President Mrs. Abe Eizel- at the home of
home of Mrs. Solomon Cohen,
man says dues may be paid at Mrs. Ezra Lip-
14121 Winchester. Chairmen of
the door. Members are asked to kin, 1 7 5 9 7
the group are Mrs. Y. Cohen,
collect rummage for the coming Gr e enlawn.
Mrs. A. Feldman and Mrs. A.
drive.
Cynthia Raim,
* * *
Sandweiss.
a piano stu-
*
*
DAVID HORODOKER dent who is a
AVODAH
CHAPTER,
Pio-
YOUNG WOMEN'S ORGAN- recipient of a
neer Women, will meet 8:30
IZATION wil hold its 24th an- Mu sic Study
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
nual donor event Dec. 5 at Club scholar-
Mrs. Louis Isaacs, 15620 Arbor,
Holiday Manor, featuring Can- ship, will per-
Southfield. Guest speaker will
tor Nicholas Fenakel as guest form. Mrs. Max Mrs. Reich
artist. For tickets and informa- Reich is chairman of the Annual be Mrs. Irving Turner, national
tion, call Mrs. J. Freedman, UN Artist Concert, to be held 8:30 board memb
• is no
s eing
1-6793, or Mrs. S. Kreisler, TY p.m. Nov. 28 at the Detroit Insti- rummage
held. F
pick-ups, call Mrs.
5-2647.
tute of Arts, featuring Joan Geral
oldberg, chairman, UN
* * *
Caplan, contralto, and David 3-76
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women Levine, cellist. Proceeds from
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednes- the annual event help provide
day at the Hayim Greenberg scholarship assistance for music I
Center. Lunch will be served. students. Mrs. Maurice Morse is pa
Guests are invited.
patron chairman.
De
* * *
* * *
CONG. BETH SHALOM SIS-
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
DIM
CHAPTER, Pioneer
TERHOOD will hold an Oneg ILIARY, American Legion, has Women, will hold a paid-up
Shabbat 2-4 p.m. Saturday at appointed Mesdames Sara Jacob- membership meeting 12:30 p.m.
the synagogue, 14601 Lincoln, son and Isabelle Levett to serve Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Oak Park. Dr. Irving Panush from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednes- M. Richman, 18411 Prairie. Mrs.
will be guest speaker. Refresh- day at the Downtown U.S.O. Mrs. Fanny Schreier will discuss
ments will be served. The pub- Tess Kominare and Mrs. Ann her recent trip to Russia.
Gottlieb will serve "meals on Guests are welcome. For in-
lic is invited.
wheels" for the aged at the Her- formation, call Mrs. Sam Fish-
* * *
Project man, LI 6-9081.
CONG. BETH- AARON SIS- man Garden Housing
noon Thursday.
0.:
* *
TERHOOD will hold an Oneg from 9 a.m. to
* * *
Shabbat 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
FANNY GLUCK CHAPTER,
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM Mizrachi Women, will hold a
the synagogue, announces Pres-
ident Mrs. George Fredson. SISTERHOOD will meet 8:30 "Member-Bring-A-Member Tea"
Mrs. Benjamin Gorrelick is in p.m. Monday in the Nusbaum 12:30 p.m. Monday at Maxine
charge of the program. Guests Hall, announces Mrs. Sidney Sheldon's Antique Gallery,
are invited. Members of the Schlaff, pro g r am chairman. 19358 Livernois. Mrs. Jacob
synagogue's U.S.Y. group will Members will present a. pro- Goldman will report on the na-
participate in a cantata nar- gram on "Around the. Year with tional convention recently held
rated by Mrs. Gorrelick. Mrs. Jewish Festival s." Refresh- in Boston. Hostesses for the
Ben Drapkin and Mrs. Jack ments will be served. The plan- afternoon will be Mesdames
Kanners will serve refresh- ning committee for the donor Ben Schneider, Joseph Baker,
ments.
luncheon will meet Tuesday at Raymond Rosenberg, Max Men-

*
the home of Hinda Halpern, delsohn and Ben Sherman.
BUSINESS AND PROFES- 18681 Santa Rosa. Hostesses
* * *
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah, will be Mesdames. Israel Halp-
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
will hold a general meeting 8:15 ern, Shabtai Ackerman and neer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Nov. 28 at Hadassah Isaac Tennenhouse. The donor p.m.
Nov. 29 at the Hayim
House, announces President event will be held Nov. 29 in Greenberg C e n t e r. Hostesses
Mrs. Martha Winet. "Woman the Nusbaum Hall, with enter- will be Mesdames Ruth Kaplan
of Valor," by Irving Fineman, tainment and prizes to highlight
will be reviewed by Rose Pos- the annual affair, according to and Molly , Hoffer. A conven-
kel, according to Goldie Slak- Mrs. Sidney Ring, donor chair- tion report will be given by
Molly Borax.
ter, program chair
man. For reservations, call Mrs.
* * *
movie, "Follow the
rry Ribiat or Mrs. Isaac Ten-
SHOMREY EMUNAH • SIS-
be shown.
house.
*
TERHOOD will hold its fifth
* *
annual Hanukah party 8 p.m.
AC C OUN
FANTS SERVICE GROUP Dec. 2 at the synagogue, an-
MEN'S
hold a brunch dedicated nounces President Mrs. Isadore
its an
he "Ruth Alden Drive" noon Levin. Mesdames L. Laufer,
'7 p.
nday at the Sholem Aleichem chairman, and G. E. Miller, A.
Res
stitute. A business session Halperin and H. Gutman, co-
H
will also be conducted. Dresses chairmen, announce that a light
will be accepted.
supper will be served, to be
P-
*
by games and prizes.
hold
SHERUTH LEAGUE will followed
:30 p.m. hold a games-lunCheon party Friends are invited.
* * *
yim Green- 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sho-
TOWN AND COUNTRY
ertha Eisenberg lem Aleichem Institute. For
"special project" information CHAPTER, Women's American
(deadline Tuesday), call chair- ORT, will hold its annual paid-
men Mrs. Harold Gross, EL up membership party 8 p.m.
7-4137, and Mrs. Arthur Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Leave Everything to Us
Schreier, UN 24513. The an- Merril Fishman, 6755 Orinoco
nual donor affair is slated for Circle, Birmingham. Member-
Dec. 6 at the Masonic Temple, ship Chairman Mrs. Paul Sheri-
featuring a fashion show and zen announces that the program
music by Frankie Paull and his will include a dramatics group
presentation under the direc-
orchestra.
* * *
tion of Mesdames Walter
AD AS SHALOM SISTER- Krause and Ernest Klein and a
HOOD will present the second report of the delegates' trip to
in its series of book reviews the national bi-ennial conven-
featuring Mrs. Jacob E. Segal tion held in Philadelphia.
on Romaine Gary's "Promise Guests from the Regional Board
At Dawn" beginning with a will attend. Co-chairmen Mes-
continental breakfast 10 a.m. dames Milton Geller and Steven
Tuesday in the social hall. Co- Meyers will serve refreshments.
*
*
chairmen of the series are Mrs.
Phillip
H
e
l
f
man
and
Mrs.
PRIMROSE
BENEVOLENT
WYAN and HAROLD LANDIS
Joseph Katchke. Breakfast CLUB will meet Monday at the
hostesses are Mrs. A. L. Morri- Sholem Aleichem Institute. Mrs.
son and Mrs. Earl Gould. Tic- Harry Brown, donor chairman,
ket chairmen are Mrs. Philip and her committee announce
Phone
Langwald, UN 3-6127, and Mrs. that the 27th annual donor
Harry Portner, UN 3-3789.
luncheon will be held 12:30
• STYLE
* * *
p.m. Nov. 29 at the Bnai Moshe
• ELEGANCE
N'SHEI CHABAD NORTH- Synagogue. For tickets, call Mrs.
• BEAUTY
WEST STUDY GROUP will J Kobrin, UN 3-4057, or Mrs.
meet 3 p.m. at. the B. 1<—`--- Tr"
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
home of Mrs. Ev.. Greenes,
(More Clubs Fa;e 23)

I I WHY WORRY

HOME CATERING

EL 6-8411

"

Socialites Hold Dance_

will
er
ev
ing
begi
at 9 p.m.
. 2 at
The Oak Park Counc of Com- th
t Abraham. Art
munity Organizations
11 host
chestra
1 be
the presidents and d egates f
ore
oration,
from over 40 organizati
at a
8-5721.
dinner at 7 p.m. Nov. 29 a
Oak Park Community Center.
Dr. Mel Ravitz, Wayne State
HANUKAH SPECIAL
University sociology professor A Black Cultured Pearl Drop
Chain in Sterling or Yellow
and newly elected. Detroit Coun- and
Gold-Filled.
cilman, will speak on "The
Reg. $
0 5
Emerging Metropolitan Commu-
$5.00
*4,
nity." Musical selections will be
EXCLUSIVELY AT:
performed by the "Accents," a
quartet of Oak Park women who
have performed locally and on
television.
129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
Reservations for the dinner are
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN
being made by Marion Siegal,
LI 2-2110
LI 5-4082, and Selma Raskin, LI
Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. to 9
6-0418.

.

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Hudson's
Boys' Department
Invites You .. .
Trunk Showing of
SPECIAL - OCCASION
SUITS

Come see this handsome collection of new style
suits—figure-proportioned for boys. Fine worsteds,
rich blends—expertly tailored to make a young
man look handsome, feel proud. View the showing
in the Boys' Department November 24 at Hudson's
Northland, 2nd level; Eastland, 1st floor; and
November 25 at Hudson's. Downtown, 2nd floor.
While you're here let us show you other • suits
from our wide selection in sizes 13-20, regular,
slim, husky and stout (special order) plus
young men's sizes 35 to 42, regular- and long.

--I LT

0 INT '

17 - THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS -- Frid ay, November 17, 1961

Mel Ravitz to Speak
at Community Council
Dinner in Oak Par

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