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January 17, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-17

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The Women's Division of the
Detroit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews has requested women
of the community to help kick
off Brotherhood Month.
Any woman may participate
in the annually sponsored
Brotherhood Teas of Metropoli-
tan Detroit, according to Mrs.
Martin B. Levy, chairman of
the teas.
"She simply invites neigh-
bors and friends of different
religious and nationality back-
grounds to her home for tea
from 1 to 3 p.m. on Jan. 29,"
Mrs. Levy said.
Serving with her are co-chair-
men Mrs. Harry Seitz and Mrs.
Donald Schram.
Women planning to hostess a
Brotherhood Tea are requested
to inform the Detroit Round
Table, TO 9-6306. A kit of hu-
man relations materials will be
provided for guests.

AMERICAN JEWISH CON-
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
will install Mrs. Sol A. Miller TER, Pioneer Women, will ob- GRESS, Women's Division, will
as president at a luncheon Jan. serve Tu b'Shevat 8 p.m. Tues- hold an oneg shabbat, 2 p.m.,
Jan. 25 at the
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
27 at Raleigh
home of Mr.
tute. Mrs. Sidney Ravin will be
Rous e. The
and Mrs. Sam-
speaker. Hostesses will be Lisa
program w i 11
uel Krohn,
Birman and Sarah Garber.
Color, cut, clarity
feature f o 1 k
!3180 Laurel
Guests invited.
songs from
* * *
South-
Valley,
around *the
SA'AD CLUB will present a
field. Rabbi
Lady's Pear Shaped
world by Av-
$1,500 check to support the
Diamond Ring Set
Sherwin Wine,
ram (Skip)
in 14K White Fold
Parkinson's Disease Research
spiritual lead-
Rosenthal.
Fund at Wayne State Univer-
er of the new-
l‘rirs. Leonard
Only
Value $875
sity College of Medicine Jan.
ly formed
Lady's Pear Shaped
Soskin will
24. The following officers were
Diamond Ring Set
g-
Birmin
administer the
in 14K White Gold
installed at a recent installation
ham Temple,
oath of office.
dinner: Agnes Sherman, presi-
will speak on
Other officers'..
Value $1,100 Only
dent; Jane Sann, vice president;
Rabbi Wine "W orld Cal-
S gh a pseectt
Lady's
s Pear t n
to be installed; •
Doris Siegel, corresponding sec- endar Reform — How It Will
Di am ond
include NI e s -
in 14K White Gold
retary; Ethel Portner, record- Affect Our Sabbath and Holi-
dames John:
ing secretary; and Hilda Wister, days." Mrs. Reuven Frankel
Herman, Al-
Value $1,600 Only
treasurer.
will entertain with Sabbath
* *
bert Kauf-
songs.
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT
man, Max
• * *
CANCER FIGHTERS will hold
M i 11 e r, Sam Mrs. Miller
CHILDREN'S ASTHMA RE-
Brody, Ira Friedenberg and Sid- a board of directors meeting SEARCH INSTITUTE A N D
ney Tauber, vice presidents; 8:30 p.m. Monday at the home HOSPITAL, Northwest Detroit
SAM ROSENBLAT
Samuel eve, Morris Bloomberg, of Mrs. Harold Kozloff, 19510 Chapter, will hold a paid-up
Master of Ceremonies
Renfrew.
Arthur
Mandell,
mid-
N.
Osterman
and
Mrs.
Rose
E.
membership dinner 6:30 p.m.
And His
Freeman, secretaries; Mrs. Jack west regional director, will dis- Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Dance and Entertainment
evitt, treasurer; Murray Adel- cuss future policies.
Harry Raf, president, Park
I /2 blocks North of. Lodge Expressway
Band
son, auditor; and Mrs. Louis
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER- Ave., Oak Park. For informa-
Open Thursday 'Till 9 p.m.
Party Arrangement Specialist
Marks, publicity.
tion call Mrs. George Frank,
HOOD has rescheduled its pan-
* *
KE
8-1291
UN 4-0237
VE 6-1897.
Want ads get quick results!
* * *
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, UN- cake brunch for noon Jan. 26,
at
the
Coolidge
School.
CHANA
CZENESH
CHAP-
ITED HEBREW SCHOOLS, will
* * *
hold a paid-up membership buf-
LOUISE WISE and EMMA TER, Pioneer Women, will
fet luncheon at the Esther Ber- LAZARUS CHAPTERS, Ameri- meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
man Building, 18977 Schaefer, can Jewish Congress, will pre- the Labor Zionist Institute.
12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Na- sent Harold Dubin, regional di- Mildred Gelfand will introduce
than Spevakow will give the in- rector of the AJ Congress, in, a speaker Mrs. Alex Sanders,
vocation. Mrs. Isadore Goren, talk on "Power Structure of the whose subject will be "The
program chairman, will intro- Negro Community" Wednesday Second Dialogue in Israel."
duce the chairman for the day, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hostesses will be Luba Bond
Mrs. Harry Oberstein, who is in M. Schwartz, 19710 Roslyn. Cof- and Ruth Carel. Guests invited.
* * *
charge of the program, "What's fee at 12:30.
DETROIT WOMEN OF
• * - *
New in the World of Books."
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio- ALPHA OMEGA will meet • at
Mrs. Irving Dworldn, social chair-
the home of Mrs. Leslie Moss,
man, and her committee are in neer Women, will meet 12:30 19482 Cheyenne, 12:30 p.m.
p.m.
Tuesday
at
the
home
of
charge of the buffet luncheon.
Tuesday.
Mrs. Gertrude Hyams, member- Mrs. Jack Brickner, 18503 Har-
* * *
ship chairman, advises that dues well. Doris Fishman, vice presi-
GOOD FELLOWSHIP AUX-
are payable at the door. Mrs. El- dent, will review "The Inner ILIARY announces its new of-
bert Diamond is president of the Eye," by Chayim Greenberg.
ficers as follows: Gussie Roch-
* * *
Woman's Auxiliary.
MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF man, president; Ann Lyons,
**
DETROIT will meet 12:30 p.m. vice president; Sophie Finkel,
DAVID -HORODOKER Tuesday at the Jewish Center. treasurer; Elsie Bogorad and
YOUNG WOMEN'S ORGANI- Mrs. M. Howard, chairman, an- Eva Levin, secretaries; Sarah
ZATION will hold a Purim and nounces the program will be on Ginns and Pearl Kunick, trus-
games party Feb. 25 at Holiday "Thomas Mann and Music." tees; Annette Kunick, sergeant-
Manor. Proceeds will go to Speaker will be Mrs. Angela at-arms; and Ann Feldman, sick
needy families and Passover McBride, program . director of chairman.
* * *
Care packages to Israel. For in- Station WQRS. Fred Martin,
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-1
formation, call Mrs. J. Fried- tenor, will sing, with Lucia
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold
man UN 1-6793, or call Mrs. S. Walton accompanying.
a breakfast-lecture 10 a.m. Mon-
Kreisler. The next regular meet-
* * *
ing will be held Tuesday at the
TOWN AND COUNTRY day. Mrs. Kurt Hertz will re-
Shem Tov.
home of Mrs. M. Goldberg, CHAPTER, Women's 'American view the life • of Baal
* *
17502 Nor thlawn.
ORT, will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues-
PRIMROSE
BENEVOLENT
* *
day at the home of Mrs. San- CLUB is planning an anniver-
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ford Shekter, 21310 Parklawn, sary dinner 8:30 p.m. Sunday at
JEWISH WOMEN, Suburban Oak Park. The program will be Capistrano Restaurant. Guests
Branch, will pr es e n t folk a games night, announces Mrs. are invited. Business meeting
singer Kay Britten at a meeting Sol Galper, program chairman. to be held 8:30 p.m. Jan. 29.
12:30 p.m. Feb. 4, at the Hunt- Hostesses will be Mesdames
• *
ington Woods Library, 26415 Shekter, Rose Berlinburg and
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
Scotia, a n n o u nc e Mesdames Barbara Berlin. Refreshments neer Women, will meet 8 p.m.
Sydney Morris and Harold will be served.
Saturday for a social and games
* * *
Glen, program chairmen. Des-
get-together at the Labor Zion-
FIDELITY
LADIES
CLUB
sert luncheon will be served.
ist Institute, announces Fay
*
*
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at Mandell, chairman. The next
Howard
Johnson's,
10
Mile
and
FAIRVIEW CHAPTER, Wo-
regular meeting will be noon
men's American ORT, will meet Northwestern. Carrie Berman Wednesday at the Institute. A
noon Wednesday at the home of the Council of Pioneer Wo- film will be shown by Mrs. Mor-
on child rescue. ris Lesser. Hostesses will be
of Mrs. Lawrence Hack, 24601 men will speak *
*
Oneida, Oak Park.
Rose Lazerman and Bessie Kut-
HEBREW ACADEMY PTA
nick.
will hold its seventh anniversary
* * *
dinner 7 p.m. Feb. 18 at the
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
Beginning and Advanced
Crystal Room, W. Seven Mile CHOLEM will hold a special
Rd. Guest speaker will be meeting noon Monday at the
Rabbi James I. Gordon of home of Mrs. Max Davis, 15421
Young Israel of Oak Woods. Oakwood, Oak Park.
• *
A musical program also is
Full, Fun-Filled Schedule. Dance Parties, Coke Parties.
planned. Mrs. Joseph Gittle-
UNIVERSITY EAST and
Graduation Ball in June with PANCHITO'S Orchestra.
man, president, has appointed SHERWOOD Groups, Hadassah,
SAVE UP TO
Special emphasis on correct ballroom behavior and etiquette
Mesdames David L. Greenbaum will hold a joint luncheon 12:30
and Joseph Klein cochairmen. p.m. Tuesday at the home of
$
They will be assisted by Mes- Mrs. Arthur Koppy, 19391 Suf-
ADULT CLASSES START NOW
Floor Samples
dames Milton Schloss and folk. The program will include
Sheldon Sherman, advertising: a panel discussion, "Dimensions
Teacher Studio
Louis Penfil and Simon Ru- of a Woman's World—Personal
Models
zumna, journal; Benjamin Poss, and Professional.". Participating
publicity; David Dombey, Jo- will be Mrs. Shirley Bockoff, at-
Baldwin Acrosonic
seph Gittleman, Jerome Kel- torney; Mrs. Audrey Kirkland,
LIKE NEW
man and Charles Levi, arrange- Wayne State University liberal
arts supervisor; Mrs. Maria T.
ments.
:1:
Mergentine, chemical engineer;
$
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a and Mrs. Sophie Mischelevich,
22111 COOLIDGE 2519 W. MAPLE
party 12:30 p.m. Monday at the psychiatrist. Mesdames Oscar M.
MI 7-1262
. . LI 7-2933
home of Mrs. Benjamin Chest- Kramer and Ben A. Bonin, pres-
nut, 22901 Wrexford, South- idents of the group, invite
19400 LIVERNOIS
Member Dance Masters of America—Ontario Dance Teachers Assin.
UN 3-6997
field. There will be refresh- guests to attend.
(More Clubs Page 25)
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19 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —Friday, J anuary 1'7, 1964

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