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November 29, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-29

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The annual Balfour concert,
sponsored by the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, to be
presented this Sunday eve-
ning at Ford Auditorium, fea-
turing Isaac Stern, violinist,
with the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra directed by Valter
Poole, may be a complete sell-
out, Carmi M. Slomovitz,
chairman of the yearly event,
reported at the champagne
supper party for sponsors held
at the home of the Henry Par-
isers. Among the active
women who participated in
the year's formal party that
traditionally precedes the con-
cert were, from the left:
Standing, Mesdames Alfred
Deutsch, Henry Pariser, Louis
Elliman, L Walter Silver, Tom
Borman; seated, Mesdames
Abe Kasle, Charles Grosberg
and Al Borman. In the photo
on the left, Carmi Slomovitz
is shown presenting an award
to Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman in
recognition for her leader-
ship in enrolling the largest
number of sponsors and pa-
trons for the annual concert.
Last minute reservations for
the concert may be made by
calling the ZOD office, DI
1-8540.

Activities

SHOLEM ALEICHEM LODGE
will be officially instituted at a
dinner 6:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute. Par-
ticipating in the institution of
the lodge, initiation of its mem-
bers and installation of its first
slate of officers will be Julius
Kahn, president of the Metro-
politan Detroit Bnai Brith Coun-
cil; Milo Rappaport and Maur-
ice Zeiger, members of the dis-
trict board of governors; Alfred
H. Bounin, past president of
the Council; and Hy Crystal, ex-
ecutive director of Bnai Brith
in Michigan. Heading the lodge
as its president in the first year
will be Harry Kaminer. Alex
Gottlieb is first vice-president
and Philip Kaplan, second vice-
president. Israel Fischhoff is
recording secretary, Meier K.
Rosenthal, corresponding sec-
retary, • Philip Levine, financial
secretary, and Sam Cohen,
treasurer. Frank Markson will
serve as warden. The evening's
program will also present a
testimonial to one of the found,
ing members, Philip Kaplan.
Shirley Monson will sing. The
Sholem Aleichem Lodge will
be the 25th Bnai Brith lodge in
the metropolitan Detroit area.

W. C. Branch 156
Will Hold Symposium

Workmen's Circle Branch 156
will present a symposium on
"The Relations of Parents and
Children" 9:30 p.m. today at
the Workmen's Circle.
Guest speakers will be Leib
Bornstein, William Saboroff and
Amiram Pasmanik. Culture co-
chairman is Mrs. Rebeca War-
ren. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.

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Women s elubs

MUSIC STUDY CLUB chair - CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold
man Mrs. Isadore Mendelson an- will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday an open house Sunday at the
nounced the final pre-concert at the Labor Zionist Institute, home of Mrs. Ben Gruskin, 19455
tea for 12:30 Tuesday at the announces President Mrs. Sara Lauder, announces President
home of Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Levin. A film of Israel will be Mrs, Jack Weinstein. Donor
25259 Ingleside, Southfield. Mrs. shown by Helen Wyzen, vice- luncheon tickets will be ac-
Jacob S. Sauls will present a president of Council. Mrs. Harry cepted by Mrs. Hy Cohen and
scholarship report and scholar- Mondry will be hostess in honor Mrs. George Gilbert.
ship students will be presented of her newborn grandson. Mrs.
(More Clubs Page 13)
in the program. The Annual Ida Berman is social chairman.
Artist Concert will be held on Friends are invited.
the evening of Dec. 8 at the De-
*
troit Institute of Arts. Marilyn
CONGR.
GEMILUTH
CHAS-
Dubow, violinist, will be pre-
sented. Linda Eisenberg, pianist, SODIM SISTERHOOD will hold
will also be presented. For in- a rummage sale 9:15 a.m. Tues-
formation, contact Mrs. M. day at the Canadian Legion Hall
in Ferndale.
Reich, VE 5-6127.
* * *
* * *
GOLDA
MYERSON
CHAP-
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
from our "Gallery of Gems"
will hold its 26th annual donor a luncheon meeting noon Tues-
luncheon Tuesday at Beth Aaron day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
Synagogue. Frankie Paul will tute. Mrs. Joseph Wyzan, vice-
entertain. Toastmistress will be president of the Pioneer Worn-
Color, cut, clarity
Mrs. Moses Lehrman. Prizes will en's Council, will show slides of
be featured. For tickets and in- her recent trip to Israel. Host-
formation, call Mesdames J. esses for the afternoon will be I
Lady's Pear Shaped
I Diamond Ring Set
Freedman, UN 1-6793, S. Krees- Mesdames Harry Stein and Sam
in 14K White Gold
Bard. Guests are invited.
ler or M. Weinstein.
* *
*
*
BETH AARON SISTER- Value $1,250 Only
YOUTH EDUCATION
Lady's Pear Shaped
LEAGUE will meet Monday at HOOD will meet noon Monday
Diamond Ring Set
in
14K White Gold
at
the
synagogue.
Mrs.
Phillip
the home of Mrs. Albert Burke,
Fealk,
social
action
chairman,
22760 Bellwood, Southfield. Co-
Value $1,600 Only
hostess will be Mrs. Ben Minns. has arranged the program. A
Lady's Pear Shaped
film,
"The
Odessey
of
a
City,"
Dessert luncheon will be served.
Diamond Ring Set
in 14K White Gold
President Mrs. Louis Babcock will be shown with Burt Levy as
commentator.
Refreshments
will
will preside. Theme of the pro-
gram presentation is "Jewels be served. Mrs. Ben B. Free- Value $2,200 Only 1 /
man, president, invites guests.
for Your Home."
* * *
*
*
CHANA
CZENESH,
Pioneer
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
TION will meet noon Monday Monday at the Labor Zionist
at 18495 Wyoming, announces Institute. President Fanny Fish-
15138
Call
President Mrs. Morris Miller. A er will speak on the "Life and
Works of Thomas Wolf." Host-
Livernois
171 1-5515
travel film of Israel will be esses
will be Fanny Rabinowitz
shown by Mrs. Hannah Cohen.
Y2 blocks North of. Lodge Expressway
Rose Burg. Visitors are in-
Dessert luncheon will be served and
OPEN THURSDAY 'tit 9 P.M. '
vited.
by hostesses Mesdames Abe
Rachman and H. Adler.
* *
• Portraits • Candids • Movies
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. S. Cohen, 14121 Win-
STUDIO OF
chester. Guest speaker will be
PHOTOGRAPHY
Rabbi Charles M. Halen, accord-
19492 Livernois Ave., North of Outer Dr.
ing to chairmen Mrs. A. Feld-
on the "Avenue of Fashion"
man and Mrs. I. Polter.

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B. B. to Present
Rabbi Bleich at
Adult Seminar

A seminar-worshop on adult

Jewish education is planned by
the Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
Brith Men's and W o m en's
Councils for next Tuesday, 8:30
p.m., at the Council meeting

room, 1 9 3 5 4
James Couz-
ens.
T h e guest
speaker will
be Rabbi Har-
old Bleich, co-
ordinator of
• * *
field services
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
of the Bnai
Brith Corn- BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
mis.sion of 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
Rabbi Bleich Adult Jewish of Mrs. F. Kaplan, 18272 Indi-
Education, of Washington, D.C. ana. Guest s p e a k e r will be
Rabbi Bleich was ordained by Rabbi A. Zentman, according to
the Jewish Theological Semin- Mrs. Tzippora Balter, chairman.
ary; he holds a B.A. degree in
*
*
Psychology from the College of
EZRA-AID TO ISRAEL will
the City of New York; and has hold its annual donor luncheon
wide experience in the field of noon Dec. 11 at the Raleigh
Jewish education, having been House, announces President Mrs.
Hebrew School principal of the Celi Rosin. Chairman for the
Riverdale Temple, Bronx.
event is Becky Dinetz. Friends
The seminar aims to train are invited. For tickets and in-
lodge and chapter adult educa- formation, call Ida Goldman, UN
tion chairmen in programming 4-7849.
• *
"Time for Torah" periods dur-
ing lodge and chapter meet-
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
ings; assist them in planning TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION will
and organizing discussion hold a luncheon noon Saturday
groups at homes for the perusal at the Institute, announces Mrs.
of Jewish studies; and assist Esther Reder, chairman. Mrs.
in organizing the forthcoming Evelyn Novick will review "Lit-
Weekend Institute of Judaism tle Did I Know." Hostesses will
planned for early May.
be Sarah Kantor and Jennie
Bernard Panush, chairman, Weinberg. Friends are invited.
and Mrs. Hyman Fox, co-chair-
* * *
man, of the seminar, invite all
UNITED
HEBREW
SCHOOLS
people interested in the objec-
tives of the adult Jewish edu- WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will
cation commission to partici- hold a victory luncheon and
board meeting noon Thursday at
pate in this workshop.
Mrs. Harry Bodzin and Julius the Esther Berman Building, an-
Kahn, presidents of the Wom- nounces President Mrs. Elbert
en's and Men's Councils, will Diamond. • * *
extend greetings. Hyman Crys-
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold
tal, executive director of the
Men's Council, and Mrs. Anna a games night Dec. 14 at the
belle Coggan, national commis- meeting hall, 15787 Wyoming.
sion member, will participate Proceeds will go to charity. For
information, call Gerry Grush-
in the discussion.
ky, UN 3-6836.
* *
The Jews in Ireland
The Jewish community of
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
Ireland, which dates back to GROUP, Hadassah, will present
the 13th century, today numbers Ronald Karp as guest speaker
some 5,400 persons, the vast 8 p.m. Tuesday at Hadassah
majority of whom live in the House. He will narrate a movie
he took of Israel.
capital city of Dublin.

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1 5 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Nov. 29, 1963

Annual Balfour Concert Sun.
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