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October 05, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-05

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MISS BARBARA GLICK

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glick of
Huntington, W. Va., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Barbara Ann, to Harvey M.
Shapiro, son of Mrs. Jack
Malkes and the late Nathan I.
Shapiro.
Miss Glick is a graduate of
Ohio State University and is
now teaching in the Livonia
Public School System as a
speech therapist. The prospec-
tive bridegroom is a graduate
of Wayne State University Col-
lege of Pharmacy and now op-
erates the pharmacy in the De-
troit Leland Hotel. A Decem-
ber wedding is planned.

Green Heads AJC
Cash Collection

Irwin Green, big gifts co-
chairman of the 1962 Allied
Jewish Campaign, and former
chairman of the campaign's
million dollar mechanical
trades Division, heads Detroit's
cash collection committee.
An urgent national appeal
for immediate payments of
pledges to the United Jewish
Appeal, major beneficiary of
the Allied Jewish Campaign,
was issued nationally by Israel
D. Fink, national UJA cash
committee chairman. _
Green stated: "The spring
phase of the national UJA
cash drive made it possible for
thousands of Jews to enter
Israel and to reach other havens
of safety. In addition. it enabled
our UJA agencies to keep their
lifelines open to hundreds of
thousands of Jews in more
than a score of countries. By
the middle of this past summer
the immigration into Israel had
already exceeded the total for
the entire year of 1961. Events
in Algeria have forced an exo-
dus out of that country which
reduced its Jewish population
from 130,000 to less than 20,000.
The flow and movement of
Jews on the road continues un-
abated."

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Leave Everything to Us

women s Ulubs

AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet at 9:30 a.m.
Oct. 16 in the synagogue social
hall for a continental breakfast,
inaugurating the women's insti-
tute. The adult education com-
mittee, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Bert Heller, will enroll
registrants, beginning at 9:30
a.m. Classes begin Oct. 23. Mem-
bers of the committee include
Mesdames Ralph Epstein, James
Klain, Julian Winston and Leon-
ard Gurwin. At the breakfast
Mrs. Simon Bermanis and Mrs.
Nicholas Fenakel will speak on
their experiences abroad.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE, Detroit Mr.
and Mrs. Group meets 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hoptman, 16042
Hilton, Southfield. Tabulations
of the Leukemia Letter Project
will be done along with the show-
ing of movies from the Pilot
Medical Center of the City of
Hope in Duarte, Calif.
* * *
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL
SOCIETY AUXILIARY will
hold a board meeting 12:15 p.m.
Oct. 15 at the home of Mrs.
Henry Small, 18674 Warrington,
announces President Mrs. Alex
Friedlaender. Luncheon will be
served. Hostesses include Mes-
dames Marcus H. Sugarman,
Henry D. Schlesinger, Morris J.
Mintz, I. Walter Silver and
Sheldon D. Stern.
• * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Hayim
Greenberg Center. Isaac Finkel-
stein of the Sholem Aleichem
Institute will speak. Hostesses
will be Tania Berman and Ann
Pais.
* * *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a member-
ship tea 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Norman Lee-
mon, 18945 Fairfield, announces
President Mrs. Larry Gutten-
berg. Guests are welcome. For
information, call Mrs. Henry
Soloman, LI 6-5269.
* * *
PHI SIGMA SIGMA SOROR-
ITY, Beta Lambda Chapter at
Wayne State University, recent-
ly initiated new members. They
are Rhoda Gold, Pam Kessler,
Sandra Marshall, Naida Schiff,
Stevie Schwartz, Linda Stern,
Shelly Stern, Annette Warsen
and Carol Zeiger, president of
the pledge class and recipient
of the Best Pledge Award.
* * *
SINAI HOSPITAL WOMEN'S
GUILD will hold an open lunch-
eon meeting noon Oct. 12 in the
lecture hall of the hospital. "The
Might and Majesty of Medicine"
has been chosen as the theme of
the year, according to Mrs. Sid-
ney Winer and Mrs. Eli Grdss,
program chairman. Topic of the
coming meeting is "Psychiatry—
Fact and Fiction." Featured
speaker will be Dr. Norman
Rosenzweig, director of the Sinai
Hospital Department of Psychi-
atry. President Mrs. Irvin Her-
manoff urges reservations be
made in the Guild office no later
than Oct. 9.

eng agements

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BODZIN - KOWALSKY: Mr.
and Mrs. Jay S. Bodzin of Free-
land Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Cher-
ney Reva, to Eugene Kowalsky,
son of Mrs. Zelick Kowalsky
of Appoline Ave. and the late
Mr. Kowalsky. The bride-elect
is a senior in the College of
Liberal Arts at Wayne State
University, majoring in French.
Her fiance received his B.A.
and M.A. degrees in education
from Wayne State and is em-
ployed by the Detroit Board
of Education.

SHERUTH LEAGUE will
hold a luncheon meeting Tues-
day at the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute. Guest speaker will be
Lt. Stephanie A. Zajac of the
Detroit Police Department's
Women's Division. She will re-
late her own unusual experi-
ences to highlight the topic
"Policewomen at Work."

DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
ANEEIM will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Beth Yehudah
Synagogue, 17 5 5 6 Wyoming.
Rabbi Leib Bakst, dean of Ye-
shivah Beth Yehudah, will
speak to the Sabbath League
2:30 p.m. Saturday at Mogen
Abraham Synagogue, announces
Mrs. Bertha Faigenbaum. The
group will also meet on Oct. 9.

Bnat Orith

Activities

PISGAH CHAPTER will hold
a dessert luncheon meeting
noon Wednesday at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyer s, an-
nounces President Mrs. Harry
Thay. Participating in the pro-
gram entitled "Reminiscing
With Pisgah Stars" will be
Frances Solovich, Rose Man-
ning, Matilda Sims, June Sha-
piro and Sally Kramer. Program
chairman is Mrs. Julius S. Mes-
kin. Games and prizes will also
be featured. Friends are invited.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER invites friends to "Las
Vegas" evening 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute, 19350 Green-
field. Prizes and refreshments
will be featured.
* * *
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER
will meet 9 p.m. Wednesday at
the Jewish Center. Mrs. Ethel
Goldenberg, president, invites
members and husbands to at-
tend. Program Chairman Mrs.
Fylis Parel, announces that
Rabbi Israel Goodman of Pon-
tiac will speak. Refreshments
will be served. For informa-
tion, call EL 7-2517.
* * *
ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
TER will present a program
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Audrey Kron.
• * *
REX CHAPTER will meet
Oct. 17 at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center, 14300 Oak Park
Blvd. A representative of the
Planned Parenthood Associa-
tion will speak. Everyone is
welcome.
* * *
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m. Oct. 17
at the Workmen's Circle. "Fam-
ily Fashions of Oak Park" will
be presented. Friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served. -

Tamarack Used by All
Ages in Summer Session

Camp Tamarack's 1962 sum-
mer season included emphasis
on the out-of-doors for both youth
and adult programming.
A select group of pioneer
campers built their own eating
and living quarters and also
participated in a trip to the
Shakespearean Festival at Strat-
ford. Twelve trained boys went
on a seven day canoe trip to
Algonquin Park.
Prior to the camp season,
older adults had a camping ex-
perience that included berry
picking, fishing, swimming and
companionship.
After regular camp season,
facilities were fully utilized by
post campers; Detroit Country
Day School; Jewish Welfare
Board youth leadership confer-
ence and many other school and
religious organizations.

LIVONIA GROUP OF HA-
DASSAH will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Edwin Bierman, 19651 St. Fran-
cis. Abraham Zentman, princi-
pal of Hillel Day School, will
speak on "Aims of Modern
Jewish Parochial Schools."
* *
OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
TER, ORT, will hold a rum-
mage sale from 9 a.m. until 3
p.m. Oct, 16 and 17 at the
American Legion Hall, 1741
Livernois. For information, call
Mrs. Walter Kirson, LI 4-8761.
* * *
NORTHWEST RESCUE
WOMEN will meet 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 11 at Duff's Beef Buffet.
President Mrs. Nathan Yost will
preside and hostesses will be
Mesdames M. Goldsmith, S.
Levin, E. Kiser and E. Gould.
Allan Gelfond of the Jewish
Center will speak on the pro-
gram for mentally retarded at
the Center.

*

* *

CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS board will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Raleigh House. Mrs. Nathan
Cohen and Mrs. Benjamin.
Murov will present a Blue Bank
progress report. Refreshments
will be served by Mesdames
Marvin Bennett, Harold Burn-
stein, Nathan Cohen and Louis
Ellman.

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