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October 25, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-25

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ODESSA PROGRESSIVE AID TEMPLE BNAI ISRAEL
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO
SOCIETY will hold its annual SISTERHOOD OF SAGINAW CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
Child Rescue Rehabilitation will present its 7th annual an- will hold a luncheon meeting
donor luncheon 12:30 p.m. Nov. tique show and sale, featuring 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Town
26 at the Holiday Manor, an- 18 booths, Nov. 3-5 at the Tem- and Country Club. Mrs. Joseph
nounced Mrs. Walter. Litt, chair- ple, 1424 S. Washington, Sagi- Dubin will give the invocation.
man. Mrs. S. Raven will be guest naw. President Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Charles Kessler, program
speaker. A folk music presenta- Imerman announced that pro- chairman, will introduce Del-
tion will also be featured. Co- ceeds will be sent to the Jew- phine Levinson, Ethel Levine
chairman of the affair is Mrs. ish Theological Seminary, the and Rita Coggan, who will pre-
L. Nathanson. Committee heads Mathilda Schechter Home, the sent "One World," themes from
are Mesdames Morris Galer, Sam Jewish Braille Institute of New selected plays. The group is
Gennis, Morris Winehart, Eva York and the Jewish Welfare directed by Betsy Savage, for-
Hayman, H. Ring, Dave Schreb- Board. Part of the funds re- merly with "Leur Theatre De
nick, Lillian Jacobs, B. Tush- ceived will be used also for the La Cour St. Pierre" of Geneva,
man, Ida Fish and David Teitle- purchase of a new ark for the Switzerland. Board members
sanctuary now under construc- planning the event are Mes-
baum.
* * *
tion. Chairmen for the show are dames Leonard Haking, Howard
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR Mesdames H. L. Diamond, Max Appelman, Meyer Pensler, San-
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will Ravitch, Edward Cohen, Rob- ford Bennett, Herbert Rosen-
meet noon Monday at the home ert Meisel, Sanford Smith, Sey- baum, Seymour Wilhelm, Rob-
of Mrs. Joseph Bakst, 19346 mour Feldman, James Pappas ert Baruch and Lewis Wasser-
and Henry Feldman.
man.
Robson.
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AMERICAN JEWISH CON-
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
GRESS, Brandeis Chapter, will GROUP of Hadassah will meet will have an Oneg Shabat 1
hold a bake sale Thursday at 8:15 p.m. Nov. 5 at Hadassah p.m. Saturday in the home of
the Detroit Edison Co. North- House. Mrs. Morris Adler, guest Rita Terebelo, 20084 Northrup.
land. There will be a "Sewing speaker, will review Eleanor The topic will be "Jewish Hu-
Cancer Pad Session" on Nov. 7 Roosevelt's "Autobiography." mor." For information, call KE
at the home of Rose Karmann, Refreshments will be served.
5-5198.
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*
18622 Griggs.
* *
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
NATIONAL
COUNCIL OF
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer neer Women, will meet noon JEWISH WOMEN,
Detroit Sec-
Women, will give a luncheon in Wednesday at the Labor Zion- tion,
will
have
a
desert
honor of Mrs. Philip Saslove, ist Institute. Guest speaker will eon 12:30 p.m. Nov. 13 lunch-
at the
12:30 p.m., Oct. 30, at the home be Helen Wyzan, national coun-
Center. Mrs. Jacob Se-
of Mrs. Abe Guyer, 19903 Mur- cil executive vice-president, who Jewish
gal will review "Idiots First,"
ray Hill. Mrs. Saslove is mov- recently returned from a visit by
Bernard Malamud.
ing to Los Angeles. Guests are to Israel. Hostesses will be
*
*
invited.
Miriam Freeman and Sophie
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NSHEI
C
H
A
B
A D STUDY
Totelman. A luncheon and
OAK-WOODS YOUNG IS-1 games party will be held noon GROUP will meet 2:30 p.m. Sat-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold I Nov. 6 at the Labor Zionist In- urday at the home of Mrs. Ben
the first in a series of Oneg stitute, according to President Wrotslawsky, 18077 Washburn.
Shabbats 3 p.m. Saturday at Frances Shayne. Friends are in- Rabbi Ernest Greenfield will be
guest speaker.
the synagogue. Rabbi James vited.
* * *
* * *
Gordon will speak on "Chang-
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
ing Cultural Patterns and Their
OAK PARK CHAPTER, Or-
Impact on Religion." Guests are der of the Eastern Star, has in- will host the annual fall lunch-
invited. The Sisterhood will stalled its sixth slate of offi- eon of the Great Lakes Chapter
meet Oct. 30 at the synagogue. cers. They are Mrs. William Women's Branch W.O.J.C.A.
A doll presentation, "Once Stahl, worthy matron; Arthur 12:30 p.m. Monday at the syna-
Upon A Time," will be featured. Luzkow, worthy patron; Mrs. gogue. "The Real Feminine
Guests are invited.
Sam Pinkis, associate matron; Mystique" will be reviewed by
* * *
Harry Fitlow, associate patron; guest speaker Mrs. Joshua Sper-
SHERUTH LEAGUE will Edward C. Russell, secretary; ka.
* * *
meet at noon Tuesday at the Mrs. Joseph Turner, treasurer;
HOME
RELIEF
SOCIETY
Mrs.
Fred
Schriber,
marshall;
Sholem Aleichem Institute, an-
nounces President Mrs. Jack Mrs. Harry Fitlow, conductress; will hold a dessert luncheon
Weinstein. Dr. Maxwell Hoff- Mrs. Nate Cooper, associate con- 12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
man will speak on "Hypnosis in ductress; Mrs. Sol Ager, chap- of. Mrs. Nick Osterman, 18516
Medicine," according to Mrs. lain; Mrs. Leon Feig, organist; Wisconsin. Plans will be form-
Samuel Winer, program chair- Mrs. 1VIorrey Katz, warder; Mor- ulated for the donor luncheon
man. Hostesses for the luncheon rey Katz, sentinel; Clara Dunitz, to be held at Cong. Shaarey
will be Mrs. Gerald Mellin and Ada; Shirley Kraft, Ruth; Shir- Zedek on Nov. 6. For informa-
Mrs. Milton Mellin. Special ley Hauser, Esther; Dorothy tion, call Mrs. Leonard Soskin,
projects chairmen are Mrs. Green, Martha; Bea Rubin, 342-3461.
* * *
Louis Freeman and Mrs. Marvin Electra; Mrs. Al Bennett and
ADAS
SHALOM
SISTER-
Canner. Prizes for the donor Mrs. Meyer Blumlo, flag bear-
HOOD will hold the first in
event scheduled for Dec. 4 at ers.
• * *
a series of book reviews 10
the Masonic Temple should be
TOWN
AND
COUNTRY a.m. Tuesday in the social hall.
submitted to Mrs. Joe Klinger
CHAPTER, Women's American Gertrude Oberstein will review
and Mrs. Herbert Rosen.
ORT, will hold a games night a novel based on the life of
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Edna Ferber. A continental
Zionist Institute, announced breakfast will be served. For
Mrs. Jerome Rosman, chairman. information, call Mrs. R. Dun-
Prizes will be featured. Re- sky, LI 4-0872, or Mrs. R. Pott-
Model #4150 — Two Manual
freshments will be served. The keval. Mrs. J. Steward Linden,
Wurlitzer Organ with Chord
public is invited. Tickets will president, announces the forma-
Buttons.
be sold at the door. For infor- tion of a sisterhood choral
mation, call Mrs. Rosman, LI group which will meet 10 a.m.
3-4886.
Thursdays in the youth lounge.
* * *
Model #4738 — Two Manual
Mrs. Sheldon Schwartz will be
Silvertone Spinet — Like New.
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, chairman.
Women's ORT, will hold its an-
nual rummage sale beginning R' hl Will Address
Monday at 420 S. Main, Royal
Conn Spinet Organ with Per-
Oak. Included will be clothing Mumford Parents Club
cussion and Repeat.
Arthur Ruhl, youth problems
and household items. Proceeds
specialist for the Juvenile
will go to the ORT program.
Court, will address the Mum-
* * *
ford Parents Club 8:15 p.m.
FANNIE
GLUCK
CHAPTER,
Hammond M-3 Spinet Organ
Mizrachi Women, will hold a Tuesday, according to President
rummage sale Tuesday at the Dr: Leslie Bloom.
Ruhl has been a probation
I.O.O.F. Hall, 3842 W. 12 Mile.
For information, call Mrs. Anna officer in the Mumford area,
Hammond Chord Organ
Bloom, chairman, DI 1-1353.
Court Referee for youth prob-
lems, secretary of the Wayne
* *
County Citizens Youth Com-
BETH
ABRAHAM
SISTER-
Hammond Single Manual
mittee and vice-president of the
HOOD will hold . .a planning
Spinet
committee meeting Tuesday at Church Youth Service.
New officers are vice-presi-
the home of Mrs. Harry Eichen-
horn, 18010 Marlowe, to formu- dents Mr. and Mrs. George
No Down Payments
late plans for the annual donor Meyerson (Membership), Ned-
luncheon to be held on Nov. 20. win Smokier (Program), a n d
Open Thurs., Fri., Nights
* * *
Samuel Harvith (Ways and
WOMEN'S DIVISION OF Me an s), Recording Secretary
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI- Mrs. Manford Feerer; Corre-
19400 LIVERNOIS
TUTE will hold a "Nite of sponding Secretary Mrs. Nor-
Games" 8:30 p.m. Saturday at man Schkloven; and Treasurer
UN 3-6997
the Institute. All are welcome. Marvin Stearn.

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$895

$995

$695

$495

GRINNELL'S

Mrs. Philip A. Hart will be
guest moderator at a "Member-
ship Dividend" affair sponsored
by the Detroit Women's Divi-
sion of the American Jewish
Congress 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Jewish Center.
This program culminates the
month-long activities in a drive
for new members celebrating
October as "American Jewish
Congress Month."
The program will feature a
panel composed of Mesdames
Leonard Kasle, S. L. A. Mar-
shall, Wade McCree, Jr., and
Walter Midener on "Accent on
Individualism — The Paradox
of Privacy and the Public View."
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh
has issued a proclamation de-
claring October as "American
J e w i s h Congress Membership
Month" in recognition of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress' "contin-
uing efforts in preservation and
extension of the democratic way
of life and the unity and cre-
ative survival of the Jewish
people throughout the world."
The "dividend" affair will fea-
ture many prizes, including a
free two-day weekend vacation
for two at the Concord Hotel.
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