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January 10, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-10

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Mrs. Richard Kamil (left) and Mrs. Sol T. Schwartz with
a load of eve-banks, in front of Hadassah House.

The Detroit Chapter of Had-
assah has mailed more than
5,000 "Eye-Saver" banks to its
membership and friends, an-
nounces Mesdames Sol I.
Schwartz and Richard Kamil,
Eye-Bank chairmen.
Proceeds from the eye-bank
drive serve to combat blind-
ness through the prevention
and cure of t r a c o m a, and
through dramatic operations
which have given new sight
to eyes, according to Dr. Kal-
man J. Mann, director general
of the Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization in Israel.
One eye-bank filled with five
dollars in dimes will save the
eye of''' an afflicted child or
adult in Israel, regardless of
race or religion.
The culmination of the drive
will take place March 10 with
a celebration at Temple Israel.
Star of the event will be George
Jessel, the nationally famous
entertainer. In addition there
will be surprise features and
door awards. Admission is one
filled eye-bank.
Anyone interested in obtain-
ing an eye-bank may contact
the Hadassah office, BR 3-5441,
or any of the following group
chairmen: Bagley North, Mrs.
Louis Silverfarb; Bagley South
—Central Woods, Mrs. B. Zap-
pke (Franklin, Mich.), Mrs. J.
C. Factor; Business and Pro-
fessional, Mesdames Goldie
Slatker and Lillian Abramson;

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Competition for Strings
Announced by Detroit
Music Study Club

Talented young musicians age
14 to 19 are invited to partici-
pate in the Competition for
Strings April 11, sponsored by
the Music Study Club of De-
troit. March 15 is application
deadline.
Competition will be at the
Wayne State University Mu-
sic Building. First prize will
be $200; second prize, $100.
Students who reside in De-
troit and suburbs who play
violin, viola, violoncello, or
double bass are eligible for the
contest. For prospectus and en-
try blank, call DI 2-4058 or LI
1-3941.
Chairman of the competition
is Mrs. Ezra Lipkin. Mrs. Ben
Meckler • is co-chairman, and
Mrs. Sydney Blum, secretary.

Detroiters Will Attend
N.Y. Bond Conference

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Borman
and Louis E. Levitan will at-
tend the national planning con-
ference of the board of gover-
nors of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization Saturday evening and
Sunday at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, New York.
The conference will adopt a
campaign program for 1964.
Borman is general chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee, and Levitan is director
of the Detroit Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
* *
In addition to drawing up
plans for this year's campaign,
leaders will discuss prepara-
tions for inauguration of a new
$400-million Israel Bond issue
to be offered the public in
March.

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Women s Ulubs

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BATYA CHAPTER, MIZ-
RACHI WOMEN will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Charles Rosensveig, 14140
Wales, Oak Park. Mrs. Andrew
Freier, program chairman, an-
nounced that Mrs. James Gor-
don will moderate a discussion
based on the book "The Child
Worshippers" by Martha Lear.
On the panel will be Mr. Harry
Weberman, counselor at Oak
Park High School; Mrs. Leon
Lucas, caseworker at the Jewish
Family Service; and Mrs. Charles
Levi, member of the organiza-
tion. Officers elected at the last
meeting include Mrs. Jack Gold-
man, president; Mrs. Jerome
Kaman, membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Andrew Freier, pro-
graming vice president; Mrs.
Milton Schloss, fund-raising vice
president; Mrs. Sanford Eisen-
berg, corresponding secretary;
Mrs Simon Raxumna, recording
secretary; Mrs. Seymour Ribiat,
dues secretary; and Mrs. Benja-
min Magy, treasurer. Board
members are Mesdames David
Dombey, James Gordon, Myer
Green, David Greenbawn, Itha-
mar Koenigsberg, Sam Krinsky,
Selig Lessman, Benno Levi,
Frank Liederman, Stanley Sher-
man and Charles Snow.
* * *
SISTERHOOD OF TEMPLE
BETH EL will hold its annual
paid-up luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Temple. The
following Sisterhood members
for 50 years will be honored:
Mesdames Joseph Alexander,
Emil Amberg, George A. Bloom,
Jacob H. Davis, Isaac Dreifuss,
wards, Clarence H. Eng-
Max Ed
gass, Sidney M. Fecheimer,
Myer H. Frank, Max Grabow-
sky, Magnus A. Hirschfeld, Ben
B. Jacobs, Benjamin L. Lam-
bert, George J. Loria, Ethel
MacWilliams, Herman Mar ks,
Adolph Meyers, I. Peritz, I. L.
Polozker, Oscar C. Robinson,
S. B. Rosengarten, Julius Roths-
child (Lillian), Julius Roths-
child (Maude), Sidney Silber-
man, Edmund M. Sloman,
Samuel A. Sloman, Meyer B.
Sulzberger, Alvan Traxler, Mel-
ville S. Welt, Joseph M. Welt,
Henry Wineman, Misses Edith
Heavenrich, Sadie H. Hirsch-
man and Martha Van Baalen.
The guest speaker at this meet-
ing will be Irving I. Katz,
executive secretary of Temple
Beth El, whose subject will be
"The Contribution of Jewish
Women to our Community."

* *

HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
will have a meeting of old and
new board members today at
the home of Mrs. John Herman,
3041 W. Outer Drive, at 12:30.
A dessert luncheon will be
served.
*
*
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WO-
MEN'S DIVISION will hold a
luncheon and card party 12:30
p.m. Monday at the WC Center.
Proceeds will go into the schol-
arship fund of the Abraham
Reisen School. The public is
invited.
* * *
ORDER OF THE GOLDEN
CHAIN, LINK NO. 57 will cele-
brate its eighth birthday 8:30
p.m. Monday at Raleigh House.
Right Worthy Assistant Grand
Lecturer Ida Swartz and all past
matrons and past patrons will
be honored, together with Right
Worthy District Deputy Glorien
Lacow of Rochester, N.Y. Re-
freshments will be served. Mas-
ter Masons are invited. Plans
are being made for a mah jongg
tournament Feb. 18. For infor-
mation and tickets, call Eleanor
Schott, LI 6-8127, chairman for
the evening.
* * *
PIONEER WOMEN CLUB 2
will meet noon Jan. 22, at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A
speaker from the Jewish Na-
tional Fund will be introduced
by Ethel Labiner and Lena Band.
Luncheon will be served.

NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Charles Snow, 18256
Kentucky. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi J. Nadler, according
to Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, chair-
man.
* * *
CLUB ONE, PIONEER WO-
MEN plans a Tu b'Shvat meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Center. Mrs.
Chana Michlin, culture chair-
man, will preside. Guest speaker
Emanuel Mark will discuss
"Great Personalities in Jewish
History." Traditional Tu b'Shvat
refreshments will be served.
Guests are invited, according to
President Mrs. Sara Levine.

NATIONAL WOMEN'S
LEAGUE, UNITED SYNA-
GOGUE OF AMERICA will
hold a board meeting 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday at Beth Shalom Syn-
agogue. Plans for the spring
conference will be discussed by
Mrs. Jack Shenkman, conference
chairman, and Mrs. Sol Docks,
workshop chairman. Mrs. Her-
man Roth, local arrangements
chairman, will report on prepa-
rations for the conference, to-
gether with Mrs. Thomas Parto-
vich, reservations chairman.
Mrs. Isadore Leeman, Michigan
branch president, announced
that bylaw revisions will be on
the agenda of the meeting.
Brunch will be served.

*

*

BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the synagogue. Selections of Heb-
rew and Jewish melodies by the
Sisterhood Choral Group, under
the direction of Cantor Louis
Klein, will be featured. A des-
sert luncheon will be served.

AMERICAN JEWISH CON-
GRESS, WOMEN'S DIVISION,
NORTHWEST CHAPTER, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Seymour
Israel, 4255 W. Outer Dr. Guest
speaker will be Joseph Babicki,
Russian language instructor at
Wayne State University. He will
speak on "The Jews in Russia
Today." Dessert luncheon will
be served, announces Mrs. Aaron
Shifman, president.
* *
PHI DELTA EPSILON AUX-
ILIARY will hold a games night
following its 8:30 p.m. meeting
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Edith Simmons, 18658 George
Washington, Southfield.
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—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 10, 1964

liadassah Mails Eye-Banks;
Plans Celebration March 10

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