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October 11, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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Women s Ulubs

CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD will open its season
with a program entitled "25
Golden Years With Goldie Ad-
ler" 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the
synagogue. The
afternoon will
be devoted to
r e mi n iscences
of the activi-
ties and role
of Goldie Ad-
ler, wife of
t h e congrega-
Mrs. Adler tion's spiritual
leader, in the home, the syna-
gogue and the community. Mrs.
Emma Schaver will appear as
guest soloist, accompanied by
Rebecca Frohman. The com-
munity is invited, according to
President Mrs. Julius Meskin.
The program will be followed by
a reception and tea. In charge of
the affair are Mrs. Maurice Schil-
ler, vice-president of program,
and Mrs. Abe Katzman, chairman
of the day.
* * *
GOLDA MYERSON CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a Sim-
hat Torah party 6 p.m. Sunday at
the Labor Zionist Institute, an-
nounces President Mrs. Max
Gladstone. Professional enter-
tainment will be featured. Din-
ner will be served. For informa-
tion, call LI 8-9216. Guests are
invited.
* *
DETROIT COUNCIL OF PI
OMICRON NATIONAL SOROR-
ITY will sponsor a benefit lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at the
Detroit Yacht Club. Mrs. Henry
Wieduttes, former librarian, will
review "What Is A Woman Do-
ing Here" by Dixie Chappelle.
The luncheon is an annual event
to benefit crippled children and
the Penrickton Nursery for the
Visually Handicapped. Guests are
invited. For information and
reservations, contact Esther Saul-
son, 19727 Sussex.
* * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sho-
lem Aleicheim Institute. Mes-
dames Milton Mellin, Gerald
Mellin and Samuel Winer an-
nounce that a representative of
Vanguard Theater will be guest
speaker.
• * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pion-
eer Women, will hold an open
board meeting 12:30 p.m. Oct.
14 at the home of Mrs. Albert
Zeitlin, 20486 Steel. A program
of current events will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Morris Buch, vice
president of education.



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ROSENWALD LADIES
MUSIC STUDY CLUB, under
AUXILIARY, American Legion, its new administration, ides-
will hold an executive board dames Herbert S. Eskin, presi-
meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
dent; Sam Lu-
at the home of President Mrs.
c as, Isadore
Helen Wolf, 19347 Whitcomb.
Mendel-
Future fund-raising affairs will
son, vice-presi-
be discussed. A regular meeting
dents; George
will be held 8:30 p.m. Oct. 23
Terebelo, Ber-
at the Beth Yehudah, 17556
nard Pepper,
Wyoming.
Henry Gall,
*
*
secreta-
CONG. A HA VAS ACHIM
ries; and Syd-
SISTERHOOD ADULT EDUCA-
ney Blum,
TION COMMITTEE will hold
treasurer; will
Mrs. Eskin open its sea-
registration from 9:30 a.m. to
10:15 a.m. Tuesday at the syna- son 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
gogue. Assisting Mrs. Bert Hel- Jewish Center. Dr. John Bryden,
ler, chairman, will be Mesdames chairman of the Department of
Arthur Schussler, Ralph Epstein, Humanities at Wayne State Uni-
James Klain, Jacob Baskin, Jack versity, will speak on "Contrasts
Garber, Julian Winston, Leon- in Opera." There will also be a
ard Gurwin, Frank Rath and presentation by Marjorie Gor-
Arthur Weintrob. Regular don, soloist, accompanied by
classes will begin 9:30 a.m. Oct. Lucia Wolton. Dessert luncheon
22. The morning program will will be served. Mrs. Sheldon
include a talk by Sylvan Gins- Schwartz is chairman of the day.
* * *
burgh on "An Analysis of Ul-
pan." He will also instruct the
SIGMA ALPHA MU MOTH-
conversational Hebrew class at ERS ALUMNI has elected Mrs.
11 a.m. Tuesdays. Rabbi Milton Edward Rothenberg as presi-
Arm will teach the Bible course dent. Others elected were Mes-
this year on the Book of Deu- dames Irving Goldsmith and Jo-
teronomy, at 9:30 a.m. The seph Gordon, vice-presidents;
Study Group will meet 1 p.m. Sam Eisenberger, Albert Boesky,
the third Monday of each month Sam Ruskin, Adolph Lichter,
at various homes. Mrs. Simon Harry Kwiker, George Barron
Bermanis will guide discussions and David Tann, secretaries; Pe-
assisted by Mrs. Sylvan Gins-
Altman, treasurer; Daniel C.
burgh. Contact either person for ter
Siegel,
honorary president.
further information, DI 1-8232. Three University
of Michigan
* * *
students were given scholarships
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY by the group last year, financed
will hold a board meeting principally by the Donald Tann
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home Memorial Scholarship Fund.
of Mrs. Albert King, 18429
* * *
Sorrento. Dessert luncheon will
WORKMEN'S
CIRCLE WOM-
be served. Plans will be made EN'S DIVISION
will hear an
for the Nov. 6 donor luncheon address by Mrs. Roy Robinson
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, accord- of the speakers bureau of the
ing to chairman Mrs. John Her- American Association for UN
man. She will be assisted by
Monday at the Work-
Mesdames Jack Weisberg, Jack 12:30Jim.
men's Circle, 18340 W. Seven
Rosenberg, Leonard Soskin, Sid- Mile.
She will illustrate her talk
ney Tauber, Harry Silverman with slides.
are
and Barney Shatz. For reserva- Mrs. Bernard Co-hostesses
Broder
and
Mrs.
tions, call Mrs. Soskin, ticket Monroe Title.
chairman, 342-3461.
• * *
*
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
DETROIT LINK, Order of the HOOD will hold a luncheon
Golden Chain, will meet 8 p.m. meeting featuring singing ac-
Monday at Raleigh House. Most tress Sulie Harand noon Mon-
Worthy Grand Matron Irene L. day at the Temple, announces
Krakovitz and Most Worthy President Mrs. Ernest Golum-
Grand Patron David Ehrlich bia. Miss Harand will present
will be honored.
her solo production of "The
*
*
Life of Rosa Raisa," story of
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER, the opera star who was driven
Women's American Ort, will by the pogroms of Bialosak
meet 8:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at the to become a sensation in the
home of Mrs. Donald Ketai, opera world. Miss Harand will
14061 Cloverdale, Oak Park. be accompanied by pianist Mar-
Guest speaker Herbert B. Malos, tin Rubenstein.
* *
Ph.D., president of the Michigan
Psychological Association and a
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
member' of the American Associ- FIGHTERS will hold a board
ation of Marriage Councilors, meeting noon Monday at Raleigh
will discuss "Marriage Rehabili- House. Hostesses will be Mes-
tation Through Training."
dames Marvin Bennett, Nathan
Cohen, Warren Coville, William
PAST CHIEFS CLUB of Fink and Jack Gorback.
* * *
Pythian Sisters will meet Oct.
16 at the home of Mrs. Dora
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
Schwartz, 19161 Monica. The will meet 8 p.m. Monday at the
next regular meeting will be synagogue. The 20th birthday of
held at the Temple on Oct. 24.
the sisterhood will be observed
*
*
with a program entitled: "Past,
SHARONA, Pioneer Women, Presidents, and Future," honor-
will meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday ing past presidents. The script
at the home of Mrs. Bernard was written by Mrs. Benjamin
Markofsky, 23100 Beverley, Oak Gorrelick and the soloist will
Park. Members are requested to be Mrs. Maurice Feldman. Hus-
bring their "ways and means."
bands and guests are invited
* * *
to attend.
* # *
STUDENT GROUP of the
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will meet
ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
8 p.m. today at the home of HOOD will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
Mrs. Harvey Sibrack, 25449 Sher- day. Rabbi Pesach Sobel, the
wood, Huntington Woods. Gor- new youth education director,
don Staples, assistant concert will be introduced by Allan
master of the Detroit Sympathy Gould, leader of the youth con-
Orchestra, will speak and ac- gregation. There will also be a
company his talk by performing panel discussion by members of
on the violin.
the youth group who summered
:1:
4: *
in Israel. They are Susan Wein-
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER- stein, Ira Lax, Clifford Beresh
HOOD will meet 12:30 p.m. and Howard Gourwitz.
* * *
Monday at the Temple. Fea-
tured will be Willis E. Woods,
ZEDAKAH CLUB will have
director of the Detroit Insti- its annual tea on Oct. 21 at
tute of Arts, on "How to Enjoy Temple Israel. Cantor Harold
Your Institute of Arts." Presi- Orbach will entertain with a
dent Mrs. Roger Ettlinger will medley of songs.
preside. Friends are invited.
(More Clubs Page 19)

American Jewish Congress Women
Plan Membership Dividend Affair

Mrs. Leopold J. Snyder, presi- and Mrs. Morris Mentzel, Emma
dent of the Women's Division, Lazarus; Mrs. Henry Appelman
announces the month of October and Mrs. Seymour Milgrom,
as "American Jewish Congress Louise Wise.
Membership Month."
Mrs. Albert Silber is program
Members and their guests are chairman for the Women's Di-
cordially invited, at no charge, vision.
to a meeting 12:15 p.m. Oct. 28
at the Jewish Center.
The "Membership Dividend
Affair" will feature Mrs. Philip
A. Hart as moderator to a panel
consisting of Mrs. Leonard
Kasle, Mrs. Wade McCrae, Mrs.
S. L. A. Marshall and Mrs. Wal-
ter Midener on the subject "Ac-
cent on Individualism — The
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(Reprinted from: Hong Kong Tourist Journal)

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1963.

WELCOME TO
HONG KONG

From this colourful isle of Oriental splendour and scenic beauty; a warm

and hearty welcome is extended to all tourists visiting this Colony.

Although it is impossible for us in this short spdce to make mention of

every tourist visiting this Colony, the following were among some of the

more prominent arrivals here during' the week.

JOURNALIST HERE

.Mr. William Randolph Hearst, Jr., owner of one of the largest newspaper or-
iinisations in the United States, arrived from Taipei by CAT for a three-day
visit, Mr. Hearst, accompanied by Mr. Bob Considine, well-known journa-
list, is on a fact-finding tour during which he will be interviewing many
Heads of State, He interviewed President Chiang Kai-shek in Taipei.

VICE PRESIDENT OF TRAVEL SERVICE

Pictured on his arrival in Hong Kong, ?,Ir. Charles Randolph, Vice President
of Book Couzens Travel Service Inc., Detroit was met at Kai Tak by Metro-
pole Travel Service. Mr. Randolph who is here to complete preparations for
his forthcoming groups will depart for Tokyo today (September 25).

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