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October 19, 1962 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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TOWN AND COUNTRY wards Women's American Ort.
CHAPTER, Women's American For information, call UN 2-8369.
ORT, will hold a bazaar-fashion
show Tuesday at Cong. Bnai
FIDELITY LADIES CLUB
Moshe. For ticket information, will
meet 8 p.m. Thursday at
call Mrs. Paul Sherizen, LI the Hayim
Greenberg Center for
5-8753.
a games night. For ticket in-
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER- formation, call Lillian Gorman,
HOOD will open its book review UN. 2-0734.
series with Dr. Leon Fram on
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
Katherine Anne Porter's "Ship
of Fools" 10 a.m. Monday at the neer Women, will meet Wednes-
Temple. In charge of the break- day, announces President Fran-
fast preceding the lecture are ces Shayne. Speaker will be D.
Mesdames Louis Dizik, Louis Malcolm Tear. Hostesses will be
Schostak, Alan Nathan and Jer- Gladys Wider and Ida Victor.
*
*
ome Davis. For tickets, call
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Mrs. Harry Colton, LI 6-184::::.
Assisting her are Mrs. Joe May Golden Chain, will hold a rum-
mage sale 8:30 a.m. Thursday
and Mrs. Ernest Golumbia.
* * *
and Friday, at the Canadian
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO- Legion Hall, 1651 Livernois in
CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY Ferndale. Proceeds to go to the
will meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday Children's Hospital and the
at Town and Country Club. Dr. Golden Chain Camp for Under-
Alfred Kelly, chairman of the privileged Children.
• * *
History Department of Wayne
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
State University, will speak on
"Foreign Policy." Auxiliary of- Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
ficers this year are Mesdames Monday at the Hayim Green-
Alex Friedlaender, president; berg Center. Guest speaker will
E. Pious, L. Leipsitz, S. Bennett, be Albert Kramer. His topic
L. Raking and E. Skully, vice- will be "Legislature for Mental-
presidents; M. Starkman, N. ly Retarded Children." Guests
Schackne, S. Klein and D. Mor- are invited.
* * *
ton, secretaries; and J. Stern,
DETROIT ALUMNAE ASSO-
treasurer. Board members in-
clude Mesdames Arthur Gold- CIATION, Alpha Epsilon P h i
berg, C. Gitlin, I. W. Silver, M. Sorority, will observe its 53rd
Kazdin, S. Friedlaender, M. Annual Founders Day at a tea
Levin, L. Wassermann, M. 2 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Greenberg, M. Lansky, S. Sak- Mrs. Joseph Meyer, 18962 War-
wa, L. Heyman, J. Dubin, A. rington. Awards for communal
Klein, I. Weisenthal, I. Levit, service will be presented to
S. Katz, M. Witus, S. Lutz, M. Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel and Mrs.
Arnkoff, G. Mogill, M. Bach- Stanley J. Winkelman in whose
man, H. Pliskow, H. Appleman, honor the sorority will make
I. Weiner, I. Edgar, P. Fraiberg, a contribution to the national
H. Schlesinger, M. Sugarman, foundation. Mrs. Robert Travis
M. Steiner, J. Warner, S. Gross- and Mrs. Robert Krakoff are
man, M. Mintz, M. Pensler, V. chairmen and Mrs. Lewis B.
Horvitz, M. Levy, S. Shiovitz, L. Daniels is chairman of the
Orecklin, S. Stern, D. Kliger, awards committee.
* * *
H. Weisberg, S. Wilhelm, S.
Fried, E. Lipkin, J. Feldman,
YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER
G. Blum, R. Coskey, H. Feigel- of OAK WOODS SISTERHOOD
son, M. Kling, L. Kazdan, J. will feature the Detroit Inter-
Seltzer, M. Wainstock, R. Men- national Folk Dancers at its
delsohn and A. Rogoff.
meeting Wednesday at the syn-
* * *
agogue, announces Mrs. David
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE Dombey, program chairman.
SISTERS will meet noon Tues- Morris Trager, f u n d raising
day at Northland Auditorium. chairman, will take reservations
The "Choraleers," under the di- for the mystery bus ride on
rection of Mrs. Jack Mash, will Oct. 28. For reservations, call
entertain, following a luncheon. LI 6-0543. The public is invited.
* *
For information, call Mrs. M.
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Wo- Nusbaum, LI 5-4425.
* * *
men's American Ort, will meet
noon Wednesday at the home
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
of Mrs. Samuel W. Leib, 1686 CHOLEM ORGANIZATION
Balmoral. Mrs. Jack Rubin, will hold a board meeting 12:30
president, and Mrs. David Berg, p.m. Monday at the home of
vice-president, invite guests to Mrs. Herman Weisberg, 13309
see a movie and hear Rabbi M. Bordman, Huntington Woods.
Robert Syme of Temple Israel.
* * *
A petite buffet will be served.
BNAI MOSHE SISTER-
The group will hold a rummage HOOD's annual donor luncheon
sale Oct. 29 at 420 South Main, will be held noon Tuesday in
Royal Oak. Proceeds will go to- the Rosman Social Hall. Pro-

ceeds of the "Mitzvah Bee"
will go toward refurbishing the
hall. An original skit will be
presented by sisterhood mem-
Leave Everything to Us
bers entitled "Executives
Sweet," under the direction of
Mrs. Lawrence Sklar and ac-
companied by Mrs. Itliot Ras-
kin. Included in the cast are
Mesdames Irving Bernstein,
Theodore Curtis, Alexander
Fisch, Seymour Freid, Leonard
Grenbaum, Samuel Ha b e r,
David Katz, John Katz, Ben
Levenson, Ma c h Lieberman,
Leon Moskovitz, Julius Reznik,
Harry Simon, Lawrence Sklar,
Mar c el Thirman and Fred
Weiss. Mrs. William Morin is
general chairman with Mr&
Robert Middleman, Mrs. Oscar
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
Spelkin, and Mrs. Alfred Guns-
berg, co-chairmen, according to
Mrs. Herman Roth, president.

Phone
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will begin its third annual
• STYLE
book review series 10:30 a.m.
• ELEGANCE
Tuesday at the synagogue. Rabbi
• BEAUTY
Benjamin H. Gorrelick will re-
view "The Slave," by Isaac B.
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
Singer. A continental breakfast,

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planned by Mrs. Barnett Lynn
and Mrs. Joseph Ruby, will be
served at 10 a.m. Mrs. Philip
Fealk, book review chairman,
announces that profits from
the series are used for the pur-
chase of books for the sister-
hood's lending library. Tickets
may be obtained from Mrs.
Seymour Horowitz, UN 2-4144.

DETROIT LINK, Order of
the Golden Chain will hold a
board meeting, 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Raleigh House. Fund-
raising event proceeds will be
donated to Children's Hospital.

*

* *

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute. A donor luncheon will
be held Nov. 27 at the Town
and Country Club. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. M. Neiman, UN
3-7486:
* *
DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
ANEEIM will hold a Sukkot
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Cong. Beth Yehudah, 17556
Wyoming. Friends are invited
Proceeds are for the needy and
sick.
• *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
David Shuster, 22121 Kenosha,
Oak Park, announces President
Mrs. Larry Guttenberg. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Henry Solo-
men, LI 6-5269.
* * a
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER.
HOOD will meet 11 a.m. Tues-
day. Dr. Richard C. Hertz will
review "The Rothschilds," by
Frederic Morton. The public is
invited.
a a a
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will sponsor a des-
sert luncheon noon Monday at
the Raleigh House. Latest fash-

AESCULAPIAN PHARMA-
CEUTICAL ASS'QCIATION and
LADIES AUXILMRY will hold
their 36th annual dinner-dance
Nov. 7 at the Latin Quarter.
Proceeds will be allocated to
charities. Committee includes
Harry A. Katzman and Mrs.
Hymen Margolis, chairmen; Hy-
men Margolis, Sam Plucer, Mrs.
Meyer Goldstein and Mrs. Ida
Katzman, co-chairmen.
(More Clubs, Page 29)

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25 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 19, 1962

Women s Utubs

ions will be modeled by mem-
bers, according to Mrs. Maurie
Gordo n, vice-president. The
models are Mesdames Sid Coop-
er, Warren Coville, Leonard
Lemberg, Emanuel Leonard,
Morris Lezerson, Joseph Stone,
Percy Swartz, Jack Rosenberg,
Robert Rosenberg and Earl
Weingarden.
* *
ROSENWALD LADIES AU-
XILIARY will entertain vet-
erans at the Marine Hospital 2
p.m. Tuesday with a games
party. Hostesses will be Mes-
dames Mollie Elias, Marion
Goldberg, Sarah Jacobson and
Josephine Weisenweig. Contri-
butions were made to Marine
Hospital, Children's Home Outer
Lake and Cancer Fund.

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