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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-09

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TUROVER LADIES AUXIL-
IARY will hold its annual gar-
den party and luncheon 12:30
p.m. Aug. 20 at the home of
President Mrs. Rosalyn Zeldes,
17583 Stoepel. Proceeds of the
luncheon will go to the Bar
Ilan University in Israel.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door or by calling Mrs. Sylvia
Korby at DI 1-0528. Friends are
invited.

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* * *

PYTHIAN SISTERS, Past
Chiefs Club will meet for a
Bob-Lo moonlight Aug. 14. For
information call Ruth Goldman,
KE 2-8708 or Mary Lorber. The
next regular meeting will be
held Aug. 21 at the home of
Kathy Goldfine, 18989 Prairie.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE executive
board will meet 8 p.m. Saturday
at the home of Mrs. Lawrence
Benderoff, 23161 Beverly, Oak
Park, announces Mrs. Harold
Kozloff, president. Plans will
be made for the annual door-
to-door march to take place
during the week of Sept. 1. For
information, call Mrs. David
Schwartz, UN 4-2920, or Mrs.
Jack Schlussel.

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MISS CAROL GARELIK

Mr. and Mrs. William G.
Garelik of • Meyers Rd. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Carol Ann, to Gary
Allen Kushner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Kushner of Wood-
ingham Ave.
Carol Ann attended Michigan
State University. Her fiance at-
tends Wayne State University,
where he is a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi. A May wedding
is planned.

DISCERNINGLY

Interested in
Sending Your Child
To a Modern,
Progressive
Hebrew Day School?
SEE PAGE 9

Seymour Kaplan

15738 Livernois

DI 1-5515

Open Thursday to 9 p.m.

With Rosh Hashanah fast approaching, we

call the attention of our readers to the follow-

ing forms of greetings which may be placed in

our Sept. 13, 1963, Special New Year issue:

OM.

GREETING

Name
Address

GREETING

$ 5.00

NAME

Israel Bond Woinen's
Group to Open Drive

The Detroit Women's Division,
State of Israel Bonds, will open
its fall campaign with a workers'
luncheon at Holiday M a n o r,
23029 Coolidge, Oak Park, at 12
noon, Wednes-
day.
The women
will prepare
for the fall
campaign a t
t h e meeting
and will meet
Mrs. Elizabeth
Frank of the
National Israel
Bond Women's
Division w h o
will direct ac-
tivities for the
International
Faahion Show
Luncheon here
Sept. 11 at
t h e Shaarey
Mrs. Frank
Zedek as well
as the fashion festival dinner
dance on Sept. 12 at the Statler-
Hilton Hotel.
Mrs. Frank, who has been asso-
ciated with Israel Bonds for
several years, will work with the
Women's Division in the current
campaign.

Habonim Camping is cele- of the Habonim Youth Work-
brating its 30th anniversary shop in Israel, a year's program
this month.
of work, study and travel in
Open house has been sched- Israel. Seventeen s h l i c h i m
uled in each of the nine camps (group workers from Israel)
during the week of Aug. 19 to are also on camp staffs.
25.
The camps include Midwest
Camp Habonim, Three Rivers,
Mich.
The first Habonim camp was
founded in Accord, N.Y., in
1933. One of the founders was
the now foreign minister of
the State. of Israel, Mrs. Golda
Meir.
The camps of Habonim, a
Labor Zionist youth organiza-
tion, are patterned after life
in a cooperative settlement in
Israel. The program includes a
work period, informal group
You Will Be Served
discussions, Hebrew classes, Is-
raeli songs and dances, plus
outdoor sports and scouting ac-
tivities.
PROMPTLY
EFFICIENTLY
This summer 1,500 youths
COURTEOUSLY
are attending the nine camps
INTELLIGENTLY
whose staffs include graduates

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GREETING

NAME

ADDRESS

$25.00

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The Jewish News

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I Gentlemen:
Please insert my New Year greetings in Sept. 13, 1963 Rosh Hashanah
Edition for $

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For Further Information Cali

The Jewish News . . . VE 8-9364

1 5 — THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri da y, August 9, 1963

Women su
a As

Mrs. Elbert Diamond, newly
elected president of the WO-
MAN'S AUXILIARY of the
United Hebrew Schools, an-
nounces the following Mes-
dames committee chair me n:
Budget, Irving Solomon; Social,
Irwin Dworkin; Conservation,
Milton Winston; Program, Isa-
dore Goren; Life Membership,
Jacob Axelrod; Ways and
Means, Herman Fishman; Mem-
bership, Gertrude Hyams; Tele-
phone, Henry Feinberg; Hos-
pitality, Morris Krause. Mrs.
Herman Fishman held a meet-
ing at her home on Muirland to
formulate plans for the Annual
Luncheon to be held Nov. 13 at
Bnai Moshe Synagogue.
* * *
DETROIT LADIES SOCIAL
CLUB will hold an indoor picnic
and games party 6 p.m. Aug. 12
at 18494 Wyoming. Officers of
the group are Mesdames M.
Bresner, president; A. Gross,
vice-president; R. Rubin and
R. Raisin, social committee.
* * *
HEBREW LADIES AID SO-
CIETY will hold their annual
picnic noon Aug. 14 in Palmer
Park. Coffee and cake will be
served. Proceeds will go to
crippled children. For informa-
tion, call Sophye Janowitz, VI
5-5333. Friends are invited.
*' * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER
of Mizrachi Women will give a
picnic luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Peterson Park,
Greenfield and Coyle. In case
of rain it will be held the fol-
lowing day. Friends are invited.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MIZ-
RACHI will hold their Indoor
Garden and Games Party noon,
Wednesday, at Young Israel of
Northwest Detroit, 17376 Wyo-
ming. Mrs. Morris Goldberg,
president, invites friends to at-
tend.
* * *
OAK PARK CHAPTER, Or-
der of the Eastern Star, will
hold a games party Wednesday
at the Berkley Masonic Lodge,
2290 Eleven Mile, Berkley.
Mrs. Bob Stahl, P.M., and Mrs.
Sam Pinkis, P,M., are hostesses
for the event. Friends are in-
vited. Refreshments and prizes
will be featured.
* * *
NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH. Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization, will
hold a luncheon and games
party noon Aug. 13 at the
Jerico Temple, 18495 Wyoming.
Mrs. Sadie Haut, president, is
sponsoring the event. For in-
formation, call BR 3-6571.

Habomm Camps Celebrate 30th Anniversary

Garelik-Kushner
Engagement Told

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