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January 10, 1964 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-10

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JNF Women Workers Enrolled for an. 22 Donor

Division chairmen of the Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish National Fund, who are work-
ing under the chairmanship of Mrs. Pearl Nosan to enroll supporters for the annual donor
event which will conclude with the traditional tea and special program, at Temple Israel,
Tuesday, Jan. 28, are shown in this group photo taken at the recent rally of workers. From
the left: Seated: Mrs. Morris Kutinsky, president; Mesdames Jack Grossbart, Sam Rosenblatt,
Lewis Diamond, Samuel Katz, William Klafer, Nathan Rosin, Maurice Knopper, co-chairman,
William Levin and William Hordes; standing: Mesdames Milton Winston, Max Stollman, Julius
Ring, Pearl Nosan, Albert Posen, Harry Portnoy and Israel Kardner. The guest speaker at
the tea will be Eleazar Lipsky, nationally prominent author and lecturer and president of
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Mrs. Nosan, the fund-raising chairman, announced that upon
completion of this year's JNF Women's Auxiliary project a patio with a circle of columns
will be set up in the central square of Mishmar Hayarden-Gadot with inscription of the names
of substantial contributors.

Beth El Start Series of Studies
With First Session on Jan. 14

The 39th annual session of
Beth El College of Jewish
Studies will begin Monday, Jan.
13, 8 to 10 p.m., and will con-
tinue for eight consecutive
Monday evenings.
Rabbi Harold D. Hahn, assist-
ant rabbi of Temple Beth El,
will teach from 8 to 9 p.m.
on "Dreamers of Zion — The
Messianic Hope Through the
Ages" and from 9 to 10 p.m.
on "The Romance of Jewish
Philosophy."
Rabbi Joseph S. Weizenbaum
of Flint's Temple Beth El will
teach from 8 to 9 p.m. on "Be-
liefs of Modern Judaism" and
from 9 to 10 p.m. on "Five
Jews Who Changed the World."
Irving I. Katz, executive sec-
retary of Temple Beth El, will
give a course from 8 to 10
p.m. on "Personalities and
Events in Michigan Jewish His-
tory."

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YOUTH EDUCATION
LEAGUE President Mrs. Louis
Babcock will preside at the an-
nual rally noon Wednesday.
Luncheon will be served by
hostesses Mesdames Morris
Sussman, Arthur Kort and Jo-
seph Lieberoff. Members will
be asked to turn in all money
raised for the donor luncheon.
Dr. Bruce Danto, resident psy-
chiatrist at Detroit Receiving
Hospital, will speak on "Psychi-
atric Emergencies of Children."
* * *
SINAI HOSPITAL WOMEN'S
GUILD will hold its open meet-
ing Jan. 17 in the hospital lec-
ture hall. A complimentary
luncheon will be served at noon
by the hospitality committee.
The program committee will
present a panel of women di-
rectly involved in a new project
at the Shapero School of Prac-
tical Nursing, which trains un-
employed men to fill a need in
the field of practical nursing.
Participants will be Mrs. Ruth
Edelson, principal of the Sha-
pero School; Mrs. Donald Bus-
lepp, supervisor and liaison be-
tween the man power commis-
sion and training facilities; Dr.
Gertrude Gass, consultant psy-
chologist of the Merrill-Palmer
School; and Miss Edna Free-
man, assistant principal of the
Shapero School. Reservation
deadline is Tuesday. For infor-
mation call the guild office, BR
3-3000.
*f *
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a pancake
brunch noon Sunday at Coolidge
School, Livonia. At an 8:40 p.m.
meeting Monday, Dr. Frances
Cousens, research associate for
the Great Cities Project, will
speak on "Raising Our Children
in Sterile Suburbia." Husbands
are invited to the meeting in
the Cohen Building.

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NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold
its annual paid-up membership
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the synagogue. Mrs. Francis
Sinai, cosmetologist, will head
the program. The sisterhood will
be hostess to the U.O.J.C.A.
Town Hall Lecture series from
10 to 12 a.m. Jan. 20. Mrs. Kurt
Hertz will speak on the "Baal
Shem Tov." The public is in-
vited.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will show the film "The
Wilderness or Zin" Monday at
the s y n a g o g u e. Dr. Nelson
Glueck, archaeologist, stars in
the film showing some of his
dramatic findings in the deserts
of Israel. A petite luncheon will
be served at noon. Mrs. M. Rob-
ert Syme is chairman for the
day. Guests are invited.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MIZ-
RACHI will hold its annual Cash
Linen Shower Wednesday at
Beth Aaron Synagogue. Guest
speaker will be Zvi Tomkiewicz.
Luncheon will be served, an-
nounces Mrs. Lea Feldman, pro-
gram chairman. Hostesses for
the day are Mesdames Molly
Fridenberg, Rose Bielewich and
* *
Esther Sachs.
* * 4:
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED,
will hold its paid-up membership
supper 6:30 p.m. Monday in the WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will
social hall, announces Mrs. Sam- meet 12:30 p.m. Jan. 20, at the
uel Loberma n, membership Jewish Community Center. The
chairman. Following the initia- program will feature "100 Years
tion of new members will be a of Fashions," given by the De-
skit "Sisterhood Gaities," fea- troit Historical Museum. Re-
turing sisterhood members un- freshments will be served. Guests
der Mrs. Joseph Medwood, chair- are invited, according to Mrs.
man. Movies will be taken by George Bass, * president.
* *
George Dovas.
LADIES OF YESHIVA BETH
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER, YEHUDAH a n d WOMEN'S
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT will SABBATH LEAGUE will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Congre-
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at gation Beth Tefilo Emanuel
the home of Mrs. Norton Savage, Tikvah, 18515 Wyoming. Rabbi
22111 Stratford, Oak Park. Chaim T. Hollander will be
Judge Burton Shifman of Oak guest speaker. Mrs. Isadore
Park will speak on education. Levin will preside. Bus trans-
Guests are invited.
portation will be provided at
* * *
11:30 a.m. from the Yeshiva
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD building on Dexter and at 11:45
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at a.m. from the Beth Yehudah on
the Synagogue. Following a des- Wyoming. Luncheon will be
sert luncheon, Mrs. Henry Ber- served. Guests are invited.
ris will give a book review on
"Parallel Quest" by Lindheim.
Blood Rally Readied
Guests are invited.

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* *

ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a President
Kennedy memorial meeting
12:30 p.m. Monday in the so-
cial hall. The program will be
in keeping with the late Pres-
ident's "Physical Fitness for All
Women." Mrs. Walter Zukin,
director of the Women's Health
Club of the Jewish Center, will
be principal speaker. The after-
noon also will include audience
participation and musical selec-
tions by the sisterhood choral
group. Coffee and cake will be
served. Guests are invited.

There were 214 weddings last
year as a result of the single-o
parties and other activities at
the Concord Hotel, Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y.

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SHAAREY ZEDEK SISTER-
HOOD will meet noon Monday
in the Morris Adler Hall. A pe-
tite luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Peter Martin, vice presi-
dent of ways and means and
chairman of the membership
committee, announced that new
members will be honored. Any-
one interested in joining the
sisterhood is invited to attend.
Lawrence Fleischman, art col-
lector, will lecture on "Art as
a Vital Experience." He will
show slides of important works.
Mrs. Samuel Stulberg is chair-
man of the day. Mrs. Julius Mes-
kin is sisterhood president.
* * *
EQUALITY CLUB will hold
an installation of officers at
Rosenberg Catering, Oak Park,
6 p.m. Tuesday. Officers are
Mesdames S. Peck, president;
M. Berkowitz, vice president; A.
Gallant, recording secretary;
and S. Fisher, financial secre-
tary.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day. The evening is billed as
"Ask the Rabbi Night," with
Rabbi Milton Arm participating
A social hour and refreshments
will follow. Guests are invited.

Enrollment in Beth El Col-
lege of Jewish Studies is open,
without charge, to the commu-
nity.

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