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December 06, 1963 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-06

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Music Study Club Concert Features
Linda Eisenberg, Marilyn Dubow

The Music Study Club of Detroit will present its Annual
Artists Concert on Sunday at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Standing above are, from left, Mesdames Ben Meckler, Mark
Howard, Herbert Eskin, president; Max Reich, concert chairman;
and Herman Allan. Seated at the piano is Linda Eisenberg,
performing artist for the event. Also to be presented is Marilyn
Dubow, violinist. Both soloists have won the acclaim of critics.
The concert is the club's fund-raising event to provide scholar.
ships and other aid to outstanding music students. Tickets are
available at the box office or by calling BR 3-7851.

Men's Clubs I

BETH AARON MEN'S CLUB
will sponsor a Hanuka party
8:30 p.m. Dec. 14 at the syna-
gogue. Larry Friedman's or-
chestra will provide music for
served.

S H A A R E Y SHOMAYIM'S
MEN'S CLUB will hold a Han-
ukah party 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Featured will be a program by
Cantor Adler, accompanied by
Bella Goldberg. Latkes will be
served. There will be a Hanu-
kah party for children 2 p.m.
Sunday. The program will in-
clude refreshments, songs and
movies. Admission is free. Chil-
dren must be accompanied by
adults.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S
CLUB will present Hy Crystal,
executive secretary and direc-
tor of Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith, as speaker for its second
breakfast forum 10 a.m. Dec. 15
at the synagogue. His topic will
be "The Changing World." The
public is invited.

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ADAS S H A L OM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the synagogue. Dessert
luncheon will be served. Pro-
gram chairman is Mrs. Ben Mor-
ganroth. Chairman of the day is
Mrs. Joseph Katchke. A panel
on "The Universal Woman" will
be comprised of Wayne State
University foreign students. The
participants will appear in their
native costumes. The invocation
will be given by Mrs. Sidney
Schwartz and the anthems will
be led by Mrs. Milton Winston,
accompanied by Mrs. George
Bassin. Friends are invited, ac-
cording to President Mrs. J.
Stewart Linden.
* * *
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will hold a board meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Harold W e n n e r, 20039
Burt.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will have a Hanukah
party 12:30 p.m. Dec. 11. There
will be a candle light ceremony
with tributes to the achieve-
ments of the Moetzot Hapoalot
projects and to membership en-
deavors, announced Rebecca Co-
h e n , membership chairman.
Tania Berman and Ann Pais
will be hostesses, and Ruth
Goldberg will lead in, commun-
ity singing. Guests are invited.

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BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD . NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
will present a panel discussion Women, will hold - a luncheon
on President Kennedy's report 12:30 p.m. Wednesday a_t the
on the Status of Women in the home of Freda Metz, 18279
United States at an Oneg Shab- Griggs. Guests are invited.
bat Saturday. A petite luncheon
* * *
will be served following 9 a.m.
REE
KASS
OFFICERS CLUB
services and the program. Mrs.
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
Boris Tubes is chairman of the will
at the home of Elfreda Green-
day. Panelists will include Dr. wald,
17594 Heyden. The meet-
Marvin Margolis, clinical psy- ing will
followed by a Han-
chologist at Receiving Hospital; ukah gift be
exchange.
Eugene Greenspan, assistant di-
* * *
rector of the Jewish Vocational
AHAVAS A C H I M SISTES-
Service; Mrs. Yolande Cham-
bers, attorney; and Mrs. Lisel HOOD will hold its annual Han-
Blockstein, president of the Oak ukah party 8:30 p.m. Monday
Park-Huntington Woods Chapter at the synagogue. Prizes and
of the League of Women Voters. refreshments are included in
the program.
Friends are invited.
-
* * *
* * *
RODIN CLUB will hold a
BAGLEY-NORTH, Hadassah,
will meet Tuesday at Hadassah luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
House. Speaking at this Hanu- at the home of Mrs. Philip
kah g e t - acquainted luncheon Jacobs, 16680 Greenfield. A re-
will be Dr. Abraham F. Citron, port on the Hanukah project to
Michigan area director, Ameri- clothe 15 needy children will be
can Jewish Committee. He will given by Mesdames David Gross-
talk on "The Struggle for Civil man and Jack Moss, co-chair-
Rights and the Jewish Commun- men.
* * *
ity." Friends are invited.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
CONG. BNAI MOSHE SIS- STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
TERHOOD will hold an Oneg p.m. Saturday at the home of
Shabbat 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Mrs. Toby Ginsburg, 24241
the synagogue. Featured will be Westhampton. Guest speaker
a panel discussion on "The Sta- will be Rabbi Moshe Liberman,
tus of Women in the United principal of the Beth Jacob
States." Mrs. Moses Lehrman School in Chicago, announced
is chairman. Taking part will Mesdames A. Feldman and I.
be Dr. Marvin Margolis, clinical Polter, co-chairman.
* * *
psychalogist of Receiving Hos-
pital; Mrs. Yolande Chambers,
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
labor relations vice-president of BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
Federal Department Stores, and 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
Mrs. Lisel Blockstein, president of Mrs. S. Shoeneg, 18428 Ken-
of the Oak Park Chapter, tucky. Guest speaker will be
League of Jewish Vocational Sam Shoeneg, announced Mrs.
Service.
Tzipora Baiter, chairman.
* *
BAGLEY SOUTH GROUP, Urge Local Support
Hadassah, will hold an Oneg
Shabbat 1:30 p.m. Saturday at of Hadassah Memorial
the home of Mrs. Henry Berris, to President Kennedy
8431 Marygrove. The invocation
Mrs. Max Lichter, president
will be given by Mrs. Julius of the Detroit Chapter of Hadas-
Pollak, past president. Mrs. sah, has confirmed local support
Irwin Shapiro will present a of plans by the national organi-
program of readings by J. L. zation to establish a $500,000
Peretz, Hayam Nochman Bialik reception and information build-
and Connie Schlaflander. Mrs. ing within the Hadassah-Hebrew
Shapiro has directed and acted University Medical Center com-
with the Temple Players, Drama pound in Israel in memory of
Unlimited and has had several President John F. Kennedy.
television appearances. Corn-
Residents of Wayne County
munity singing will be led by and Oakland County who wish to
Jacqueline Baker. Refreshments contribute to this memorial may
will be served.
send their donations to the De-
* * *
troit Chapter of Hadassah Of-
BUSINESS A N D PROFES- fice, 16240 W. Seven Mile, or to
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah, the South Oakland County Chap-
will hold a luncheon 12:30 p.m. ter of Hadassah Office, 1799
Sunday at Larco's. Mrs. Shirley Coolidge, Berkley.
Monson, mezzo-soprano, will en-
tertain with a program entitled
"No matter how sagacious or
"Just for Fun." She will be ac- how revered the teacher, at
companied by Mrs. Bella Gold- some point you will find yourself
berg. For reservations, call beginning to diverge from him."
Sadye Abramsohn, UN 4-1984. —Christopher Morley.

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