Women s Ulu bs
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the synagogue, an-
nounces President Mrs. Marian
Duchan. Proceeds will go to the
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah. A
flower arrangement demonstra-
tion and prizes will be featured.
For information and tickets, call
Mrs. Eva Hertz, UN 2-6505, or
.Mrs. Edith Butrimovitz. Friends
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CLUB will hold its annual
mothers and daughters party
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. Mrs. Thomas
Zohott is program chairman.
Featured will be Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, vocalist, accompanied
by Mrs. Jack Mash. Refresh-
ments will be served. Friends
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ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIAR1.7 , American Legion, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Yehudah, 17556
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual in-
stallation of officers noon Mon-
day at the Temple. Following
luncheon, Mrs. George M. Stutz
will install the new officers.
Mrs. B. David Ruby will be
chairman of the day. Mrs. Mor-
ris Stein and Mrs. Julius Plis-
kow will entertain with a piano
duet, playing a medley of classi-
cal and popular numbers. High-
light of the afternoon will be
an address by Mrs. Lester Au-
berlin, founder of World Medi-
cal Relief, Inc., who will tell the
story of the People to People
program she originated in De-
troit. ReserVations may be made
by calling Mrs. Michael Mitz,
VE 8-9065, or the Temple of-
fice. Mrs. George Victor, presi-
dent, invites guests.
CONG. GEMILUTH CHAS-
SODIM SISTERHOOD will hold
a mother and daughter supper,
6:30 p.m. Tuesday. New mem-
bers will be honored at an in-
duction ceremony conducted by
Rabbi Joel Litke. Mrs. B. West-
heimer is supper chairman and
Mrs. J. Litke, program chair-
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NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
its 18th annual mother and
daughter banquet 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Rainbow
Kosher Catering Company,
1 8 4 5 1 Wyoming, announces
President Mrs. Isadore Schwartz,
chairman. For tickets, call Mrs.
Robert Finkel, VE 6-4568, or
Mrs. Jack Komerars.
Stephen Simon, 25-year-old
associate conductor of the New
York Orchestral Society, received
wide acclaim for his performance
as conductor of the orchestra
at Philharmonic Hall, New York,
on May 1.
Simon, who is well known in
Detroit, is a nephew of Samuel
S. Greenberg, prominent Jewish
community leader, who attended
the concert in New York.
In his comments on Simon's
debut, in the New York Times,
Ross Parmenter wrote:
"Mr. Simon had solid merits
of his own to account for his
success. He is already a very
gifted choral conductor. He also
has orchestral control. Best of
all, he is a lively and interesting
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DETROIT LINK, Order of
the Golden Chain, will meet
Monday at Raleigh House. A
special election and installation
for the office of junior con-
ductress will be held. Jean Hol-
lander was installed as worthy
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matron and Martin Hollander
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
as worthy patron in recent
C H O L E M ORGANIZATION
Michigan ranks tenth or high-
board will meet noon Monday er in production of more than
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Open Thursdays to 9 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Edgar 20 major crops, although rank-
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED
Brown, 17557 Stoepel.
ing only 22nd in land area.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY w i 11
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hold its 38th anniversary lunch-
eon and installation of officers
Women's American ORT, will
12:30 p.m. May 20 at the Jew-
hold an installation luncheon
ish Center. A music program
noon Thursday at the Oak Park
will feature Cantor Harold Or-
Jewish Center, 15110 W. Ten
bach. Officers will be installed
Mile, announces President Mrs.
by Mrs. Mark Benach, past
Jack Rubin. Mrs. Walter Cohen
president. Prizes will also high-
is hospitality chairman.
light the afternoon. For reser-
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vations, call Mrs. William Aisen,
NORTHVILLE STATE HOS-
DI 1-1893, or Mrs, Walter
PITAL. AUXILIARY will hold
its annual games party 1 p.m.
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Tuesday at the Occupational
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
Therapy building. Dessert and
TER, Pioneer Women, will cele-
Arrange to store your precious furs
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE coffee will be served and pro-
brate Israel Independence Day
ceeds will go to the hospital.
in our cool, clean safe vaults. We
6 p.m. Sunday at the Labor WOMEN'S DIVISION will meet Friends are invited.
give your furs complete protection
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Zionist Institute. Dinner will be 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
followed by a showing of the men's Circle Center, 18340 W.
NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Chil-
against heat, moths, fire and theft.
movie "Israel and Adventure." Seven Mile. * * *
dren's Asthma Research Insti-
experts at restoring and re-
Dora Kleinplatz will lead com-
tute and Hospital, will hold a
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER- barn dance 9 p.m. Saturday at
glazing furs for new lustre and
munity singing. For informa-
HOOD will install officers at the Oak Park Community Cen-
tion, call LI 7-8245.
a Torah luncheon on Monday. ter, 13600 Oak Park Blvd. Pro-
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Mrs. David Grainer, president- ceeds will go to research for
MUSIC STUDY CLUB Phil- elect, will succeed Mrs. Meyer
anthropic Committee will pre- Levey. Mesdames Morris Sny- youngsters afflicted with asthma
sent a program at the Home for der, Isadore Levin, and Ben at the Denver hospital. For in-
the Aged on May 16. Appearing Simons will be the new vice- formation, call Charlotte Goldin,
FOR FREE BONDED MESSENGER PICKUP!
that afternoon will be Mrs. presidents. Other new officers LI 69312, or Marjorie Kay,
Bernard Pepper, soprano; Mrs. include Mesdames Samuel Mil-
(More Clubs, Page 19)
George Terrabelo, mezzo-so- ler, Edward Allen, Barney Zat-
••••••••••••••••••••• • •
prano; Sadie Braver, violinist; koff, Curt Brand, secretaries; •
and Mrs. Norman Allan, accom- Harry Gale, treasurer ;and Ben ••
4 , ._,
Corsets A y &a • . •
panist. Rounding out the pro- Davis and Arthur Weinthrob, 6
• gram will be Mrs. Rubin board members.
19386 LIVERNOIS At Outer Drive
B yarsk y, who will read a
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15850 W. 7 MILE RD.
humorous Yiddish monologue
PIONEER WOMEN CLUB • BR 3-2509 or VE 7-9783 ;
Open Thurs. to 9 p.m.
written especially for her by TWO will -- m e e t 12:30 p.m. •
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Free Parking in Rear
her husband, Cantor Rubin Boy- Wednesday at the Labor Zionist • 0 •••••••••••••••••••••
arsky. Chairman of the commit- Institute, Mrs. Dvora. Dworkin
tee is Mrs. Norman Allan. Mrs. will speak on Jewish Humor
Victor -Bizer -is „resident.
during the past 60 years. Mrs.
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Bessie Zarenkin, president, re-
• AESCULAPIAN PHARMA- quests members to assist in the
. C E U-T ICAL ASSOCIATION' rummage sale by contacting
LADIES AUXILIARY will host the chairman, Mrs. M. Lerner
and as expression of gratitude for the acclaim which has been accorded
a drug shower 9 p.m. Monday TO 8-7515, or Mrs. R. Yendrick.
variety and general excellence of its public programs, the
at the . Jewish Home for Aged,
11501 Petoskey. Games and re-
freshments ' will be featured. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY w 11
Proceeds will buy medical sup- Meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
plies for the Home's pharmacy. the home of Mrs. Monick Mill-
Members are invited to bring berger, 22110 Stratford, Oak
Detroit's "inclusive," non-profit association for single adults
Park. Mrs. Hy Sherman will in-
cordially invites you and your friends to the Club's grand
troduce the new officers. They
TEMPLE BETH AM OF LI- are Mesdames N. Weitz, presi-
VONIA SISTERHOOD will hear dent; H. Feinberg, vice-presi-
a discussion by Mrs. Sol Feld- dent; M. Millberger, C. Rubin,
man on "Contemporary Jewish secretaries; R. Good, treasurer;
Humor' 8:30 p.m. Monday at the W. N a f t a 1 y, entertainment
home of Mrs. Jeanne Denn, chairman; W. Boone, program
18712 Flamingo. Election of chairman; and S. Levine, mem-
in the Great Hall at Cong. Beth Abraham,
officers will be held.
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8100 W. 7 Mile Road at Greenlawn,
DETROIT LEAGUE OF
Not only will you enjoy the memorable experience of this "state" event and
CHILDREN'S „ASTHMA RE- BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
pre-summer finale — but you will be afforded also, the opportunity to verify
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
SEARCH INSTITUTE AND
of Mrs. M. Shoenfeld, 19929
for yourself, what your friends have been reporting about the genuine, open-
HOSPITAL AT DENVER will Steel. Speaker will be Rabbi
hearted hospitality that has become the hallmark of one of the livest and
hold a luncheon meeting May M. Shoenfeld, according to Mrs.
fastest-growing organizations of its kind in our community.
15 at the home of Mrs. I. Ham- Tzippora Baiter, chairman
burger, 19270 Afton. Rabbi
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* • MUSIC by PHIL PERALTA and his great
Harold D. Hahn, assistant rabbi
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD *.
orchestra with "the smoothest rhythms
of Temple Beth El, will review will hold a combined board and
north of Dixie;"
"The Fire Next Time," by general meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
James Baldwin. Friends are day at the synagogue. The an-
• VOCALS by JIMMY ANGEL, recording
artist, radio and TV star, soon to be seen
nual report will be given. Re-
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freshments will be served.
on the Ed Sullivan show;
JEWISH WOMEN EURO-
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PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD * • SOCIAL MIXERS directed by MC MICKEY
TION President Mrs. Morris STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30 *
STERN, with entertainment and
Miller announces a meeting for p.m. Saturday at the home of
noon Monday at the Jericho Mrs. I. Flam, 15400 W. Ten )d.. • Refreshments during the dance intermis-
Temple, 18495 Wyoming. The Mile. Speaker will be Rabbi I.
donor is planned for noon Flam of Cong. Bnai Israel. 4.. Semi-formal
One dollar per person
Wednesday at the Holiday Chairmen are Mesdames A.
Feldman and A. Sandweiss.
CALL UN 2 8822
eleArae —D6 - 4— : -
TO CAP THE CLIMAX OF ITS PREMIERE SEASON
Saturday Evening, May 11th, 8:30 p•m.
-- THE DETR OIT JEW ISH NEWS — Friday, May 10, 1963
New York Acclaims
Stephen Simon at