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March 22, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-22

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Wo m e n s

CHAPTER, Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital
at Denver, announces choice
seats still are available for its
benefit performance on April 2
of "Milk and Honey" at the
Fisher Theater. The seats are
being sold at box office prices,
according to President Mrs.
Harry Raf. Mail orders will be
taken .addressed to CARIH, Rose
Freedman, 19440 Snowden, De-
troit 35, or by calling Mrs. Jack
Allweil, UN 1-6918, co-chairman
of the fund-raising project. Pro-
ceds will benefit the free, non-
sectarian. center for the research
and treatment of intractable
asthmatic children.
* * *
HOOD will sponsor a benefit per-
formance of "Milk and Honey,"
starring Molly Picon April 3 at
the Fisher Theater. For ticket
information, call GR 4-1310.

neer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at Cregar's Pick-
wick House, 19335 Grand River.
buffet luncheon will be
served. Dr. Abraham Citrin of
the Bagley Community Council,
will speak. He will be assisted
by Mrs. Anne Kerwin. For in-
formation, call DI 1-2618.
Friends are invited.
* * *
SISTERS will meet noon Tues-
day at Northland Auditorium.
Luncheon will be served and the
Michigan Consolidated Gas
Company will present a program
on gourmet cooking. -

Bnai Brith Fetes
to Star Comedian

Milt Moss, television, radio
and night club entertainer, will
appear at a party for members
of Louis Marshall lodge and
chapter, Bnai
Brith, April 1,
8:30 p.m., in
the Mural
Room of Boe-
sky's, Couzens
and Gr e en-

On April 2,
8:30 p.m., Moss
will be the
guest star at
a leadership
reception f o r
members of
Pisgah Lodge
and Chapter
and Detroit
Milt Moss' Lodge and
Chapter, also at Boesky's. The
receptions are on behalf of Is-
rael Bonds.
These receptions are in ad-
vance of the 1963 Bnai Brith
Israel Bond campaign which
will be held in May.


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will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday South Oakland County Chapter
at the synagogue. Officers will Hadassah, will present "A Las
be nominated and a Passover Vegas Night and Midnight Smor-
program will be presented. An gasbord," to raise funds for
Oneg Shabbat will be held 1 Youth Aliyah, 9 p.m. Saturday
p.m. March 30 at the home of at I.O.O.F. Hall, 150 Vesper,
Mrs. Leo Papp, 19303 Patton. A Ferndale. The affair will be dedi-
pr o g r a m, "What's Cooking?" cated to the memory of Eleanor
will be presented. Guests are Roosevelt, announces President
Mrs. Emanuel Sarko. Mesdames
* *
Seymour Stern and Abel Selburn
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD are co-chairmen. Ticket sales are
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at being .handled by Mesdames Carl
the synagogue. Mrs. Emil Spil- Schneider and Sheldon Ross.
* :: *
man, program chairman, an-
nounces a program, "Jewels for
the Home," will be presented. BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
Prizes will be offered and 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
friends are invited. The group's of Mrs. Jacob Hoberman, 17377
annual donor luncheon will be Indiana. The speaker will be
held noon April 3 at the syna- Rabbi J. Hoberman, according
gogue. Mrs. Henry Schore, to Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, chair-
chairman, announces a fashion man.
show will be .presented an.d
prizes will be given. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Edward will hold a buffet dance 9:30
Solomon, ticket chairman, UN p.m. Saturday at 19160 Ever-
green. A trip to Grossinger's.
* * *
N.Y., will be awarded. For in-
LADIES OF YESHIVAH formation, call Jerry Kohn, KE
BETH YEHUDAH and WOM- 5-6345, or Max Pleasant.
* * *
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Yeshiva, announces Mrs. Isa-
dore Levin, president. A dessert neer Women, will meet noon
luncheon will be served. Rabbi Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Leizer Levin will speak and Institute. Hostesses will be
Belle Halperin and Lilly Gold-
friends are invited.
* * *
• *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold an in-
stallation rehearsal for outgoing FIGHTERS will benefit the Na-
and incoming officers 8:30 p.m. tional ,Medical Center at Duarte,
Monday at Raleigh House. New Calif., 8 p.m. Sunday at Piemon-
officers are Mesdames Martin tese Hall, 13221 Puriton. Fund
Hollander, worthy matron; Har- raising secretary Mrs. Lawrence
vey Kozin, associate matron; Benderoff and her chairmen
Mar vin Wolf, conductress; Mrs. Robert Rosenberg and
Harry Goldstein, secretary; Sid- Mrs. Fred Prag have completed
ney Gorosh, treasurer; Sam Hor- plans for the games night.
owitz, three-year trustee; Manny Prizes will be awarded. Tickets
Rosen, camp and charity com- may be obtained by calling Mrs.
mittee. Martin Hollander is Natan Lux at DI 1-0266, or Mrs.
worthy patron and Marvin Wolf, Jack Schlussel.
camp and charity committee.
* * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will BOARD, Women's American
hold a 19th birthday party cele- Ort, will meet 11:30 a.m. on
bration 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
the Sholem Aleichem Institute. Arthur Brown, 24828 Maryland,
Charles Rubenstein will be Southfield. Brunch will be
guest speaker. Officers, includ- served.
ing past presidents, will parti-
cipate in a candle-lighting cere-
mony. They are Mesdames Max Workmen's Circle
Schafer, Milton Mellin, Edward Women's Division
Singer, Jack Weinstein, Samuel
Winer, Philip Kopman, Sidney Holds Donor Event
Fuller, ,Mitchell Kent and Sam
The Workmen's Circle Wo-
Braverman. The Sheruth League men's Division will hold its 26th
Study Group will have Omar annual donor luncheon noon
Shabazz as guest speaker 12:30 Wednesday at the Workmen's
p.m. Monday at the home of Circle Educational Center, 18340
Mrs. Sam Braverman, 3227 W. W. Seven Mile.
Outer Dr.
There will be greetings by
* * *
MEDICAL AID GUILD will Joseph Bernstein, manager of
hold its membership luncheon the Jewish Daily Forward; Mon-
noon Monday at the Embassy roe Title, Michigan representa-
Motel. The program, "Letters tive of the national board of
from the Earth" by Mark Twain, directors of the Workmen's
will be given by Rabbi Harold Circle; Mordecai Teller, direc-
tor of the Abraham Reisen
D. Hahn of Temple Beth El.
_School; and Mrs. Moe Caplan,
* * *
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP president of the W. C. Women's
will meet noon Monday at the Division, who will preside.
A musical program will be
Sholem Aleichem Institute to
discuss the results of the recent provided by Lois Ack, vocalist,
fund-raising champagne dinner- with Irene. Stein at the piano.
dance. Luncheon will be served Dorothy Bowman, Pam Ovshin-
under the direction of hostesses sky, Wendy Shifrin, and Beth
Rose Borenstein and Doris Lip- Yelensky, students of the Abra-
ham Reisen School, will pre-
sent a skit, under the direction
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer of the director, M. Teiler.
Many valuable prizes will also
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti- be distributed.
tute. Mrs. Jack Faxon will speak
on "Con-Con."
* * *
CLUB will have a child rescue
fund games party 7:30 p.m.
Monday at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. Husbands and
friends are invite d. Mrs. J.
Aaron, child rescue fund chair-
man, announces the hostesses
are Mesdames J. Rodman, J.
Weinman, D. Lichtenstein, M.
Greenberg, C. Alfred, R. Isko-
witz and M. Manela. For tickets,
contact Mrs. Manela, DI 1-8290.

A scholarship award is now
available to a son or daughter
of a war veteran residing in
Michigan, announced the Sgt.
Morton A. Silverman Post com-
mander, Maurice Shepherd, and
Auxiliary president, 3,Irs. Charles
Lawrence, of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A.
Need and scholastic aptitude
are important factors. High
school graduates and pupils
contemplating graddation this
June are invited to apply. The
scholarship committee is com-
posed of Max Hoffman, Mrs.
Irving S.- Cane and Judge Jo-

seph J. Pernick. Applications
are to be made by letter ad-
dressed to The Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A., Sgt. Morton
A. Silverman Post No. 418 and
Auxiliary, 4095 Davison, Detroit
38, Michigan. Deadline for ap-
plications is April 15, 1963.

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