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February 14, 1964 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-14

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Women s Clubs

BETH AARON SISTER-
NORTH WOODWARD
HOOD will hold its annual open BRANCH, Jewish Women Euro-
board meeting noon Monday in pean Welfare - Organization, will
the synagogue social hall. All meet noon Tuesday at Jericho
members are invited to see Temple on Wyoming. Mrs.
behind the scenes of sisterhood Morris Haut, president, an
planning. Movies of the Janu-
plans will be launched
ary paid-up membership sup- for the April luncheon. Mrs.
per will be shown and refresh- Morris Curtis will serve re-
ments served. An oneg shab- freshments at the meeting.
bat will be held 2:30 p.m. Sat-
urday. A program planned by
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
chairman Mrs. Sydney Good- CHOLEM will hold a board
man, is dedicated to Jewish meeting 11 a.m. Monday and a
Music Month, with selections regular meeting 12:30 p.m. the
by Cantor David Bagley and a same day at the home of Mrs.
message by Rabbi Benjamin George Brown, 17557 Stoepel.
Gorrelick. Refreshments will
*
be served.
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
* *
American Legion, will meet 8:30
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will Yehuda: Discussion of a Purim
hold its annual Victory Lunch- party and luncheon next month
eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Ros- will be held. A donation has
enberg's, Oak Park. The lunch- been made by the group to the
eon, announced by Mrs. Morris Cancer Foundation, in memory
Kutinsky, president, is an an- of Ida Stein.
* * *
nual event following the Donor
Tea, during which the JNF CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
Auxiliary pays tribute to TER Pioneer Women, will meet
workers who have helped make 12:30 p.m. Monday at the Labor
a success of the organization's Zionist Institute. Esther Lich-
annual campaign for land recla- tenstein will introduce Dr. Ger-
mation and afforestation in ald Bessinger, a mayoral ap-
Israel. For reservations, call pointee, who will speak on
Mrs. Leo Lesser, UN 3-8650.
"Youth Problems." Hostesses
* *
will be Ruth Carel and Mollie
DAVID HORODOKER Boraks. Guests invited.
* * *
YOUNG WOMEN will hold an
evening Purim and games party CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
to benefit the needy Feb. 25 will hold a Purim Carnival noon
at Holiday Manor. Proceeds Wednesday at the Labor Zion-
will go for Passover Care pack- ist Institute. Songs and a Purim
ages to Israel and to local sketch under the direction of
causes. For reservations, call Dora Dworkin and Janette .Ser-
Mrs. J. Friedman, UN 1-6793, ling will be featured, and re-
or Mrs. S. Kreisler, TY 5-2647. freshments will b e served.
Guest invited.
*
*
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold
a social meeting 12:30 p.m. NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
Monday at the home of Mrs. BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
I. Muskovitz, 19371 Monica. , 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
Highlights of the life of Abra- of Mrs. N. Cohen, 18514 North-
ham Lincoln will be narrated I lawn. Guest speaker will be
by Mrs. David Zellman. Rabbi Eric Greenbaum, an-
* * *
nounces Mrs. Tzippora Baiter,
CHILDREN UNLIMITED an- chairman.
* * *
nounces reservations are being
taken for a donor luncheon GREENFIELD GROUP, Hadas-
March 4 at Raleigh House to sah, will hold an open board
benefit multiply handicapped meeting 12:45 p.m. Feb. 25, at
blind children. A fashion show the home of Mrs. Michael Weiss,
and entertainment, together 20014 Carol. Dessert luncheon
with prizes, will be featured, will be served. Miss Mary Brand,
according to chairman Ellen head of human relations, board
Bromberg, DI 2-2034.
, of education, will speak on
* * *
"Brotherhood Through Our
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP- Schools."
* * *
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
a Purim party 7 p.m. Sunday
ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
at the Labor Zionist Building. HOOD will present the last of
Entertainment, including a its book review series 10 a.m.
film, games and refreshments, Tuesday in the social hall. Mrs.
is announced by president Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, president,
Max Gladstone. Guests invited. announces Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
For information, call Mrs. Glad- will review "The Terezin Requi-
stone, LI 7-8245. A regular em" by Josef Bor. A continental
meeting will be held 8 p.m. breakfast prepared by Mes-
Tuesday at the institute. Cur- dames Earl Gould and A. L.
rent events in Israel will be Morrison will be served. For
presented by Mrs. Julius Green. tickets call Mrs. Albert Potiker,
Hostesses will be Ann Mon- UN. 1-0205.
*
*
drow and Mrs. Harry Budyk.
Guests invited.
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
* * *
Mizrachi Women, will hold a
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer paid-up membership luncheon
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. Monday at Gemiluth
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist Chassodim S y n a g o g u e, an-
Institute. Mesdames David Ro- nounces Mrs. Jack Stevens, fi-
senberg and Leon Peiss will be nancial secretary. Hostesses will
hostesses. Call Mrs. Albert Her- be Mesdames A. Greenbaum,
man, LI. 5-2047, for tickets to H. Snyder, M. Subar and Z.
the Gas Company games party. Tomkiewicz.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will have a Purim
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Morris Or-
der, 20413 Freeland. Hostesses
Window Shade Co.
are Mesdames Max Kleinbard.
Louis Stone and Order. Guests
invited.
• * *
Shadowproof and Washable
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon
Window Shades
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Made to Order
Institute. Emanuel Mark, insti-
tute director, will speak on
"The Role Played by the Labor
Federation." A tape recording
"40 Years of Histadrut" will be
11828 Linwood Ave.
played, according to Rebeccah
Near Elmhurst
Warren, chairman.

LINWOOD

WE CLEAN SHADES

TO 8-5500

DETROIT CANCER FIGHT-
ERS, City of Hope, President
Mrs. Harold Kozloff, announces
the group will sponsor the Mid-
west Regional Conference dur-
ing June.

*

* *

BETH ABRAHAM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day in the social hall. Mrs. Hy-
man Goldstein, program chair-
man, announces that Hy Crys-
tal, executive director of Bnai
Brith, will be speaker,
* * *
AHAVAS A C H I M SISTER-
HOOD will hold its Golden An-
niversary Donor Luncheon noon
March 4, in the Mayfair Room.
The program will feature a skit
written and directed by Cantor
and Mrs. Simon B e r m a n i s,
"What Every Bride Should
Know," performed by sister-
hood member s. Fund-raising
chairman Mrs. Joseph Glicker
has been assisted by Mesdames
Harold Jeross, Meyer Levey,
Max Lumelsky, Bernard White-
man and Kenneth Belan. For
reservations call Mrs. Thomas
Partovich, LI. 6-4452.

* * *

MEDICAL AID GUILD will
hold a combined board and
general membership meeting
noon Monday at the Jewish
Center, Oak Park. Luncheon
will be served.
* * *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Norman Lee-
man, 18945 Fairfield, announces
Mrs. Larry Guttenberg, presi-
dent. Guest will be Samuel
Lerner, director of the Jewish
Family Services of Detroit, who
will speak on "Problems of the
Middle Years." Guests invited.

Detroit friends and board as officials of the United
members of the United States Nations and of the U.S.
Committee for Refugees will Government.
present the Detroit Symphony
Tickets for the benefit are
Orchestra in a benefit concert available at the auditorium box
to aid refugees throughout the office.
free world 8:30 p.m. March 30.
The concert will be held
at the Henry Ford Audi-
torium, with Sixten Ehrling,
conductor. Soloist will be
bass-baritone William War-
field, known as a "Cultural
Ambassador" for his many
trips abroad f o r the State
Department.
The benefit is in support of
the .two United Nations refugee
agencies: the UN High Com-
missioner for Refugees, which
serves refugees all over the
Color, cut, clarity
world; and the UN Relief and
Works Agency, which provides
health, education and welfare
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service to refugees from Pales-
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Proceeds also will be shared
Value $950
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Refugees, which serves as a liai-
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Diamond Ring Set
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in 14K White Gold
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TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will meet 10 a.m. Mon-
day in the social hall for break-
fast and a book review. Prof.
Hazel E. Graham of Wayne
State University will present
a psychological review of Shake-
speare's "Richard III." Mrs.
Elmer Raskin is in charge of
breakfast, assisted by Mesdames
Louis H. Shostak, Jerome Davis
and Alan Nathan. For tickets
call Mrs. Charles Goldstein, UN.
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* * *
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi,
will hold its Purim meeting and
luncheon noon Thursday at
Beth Aaron Synagogue. Mrs.
Esther Gold will sponsor the
luncheon. Mrs. I. E. Faxstein,
chairman for the day, is arrang-
ing the program. Mrs. Pearl
Gold will preside. Hostesses are
Mesdames M o 11 y Fridenberg,
Rose Bielewich, Esther Sachs
and Walter Epstein.
* * *
EVERGREEN GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Hadassah House.
There will be a musical eve-
ning, featuring Sheila Siekow-
ski, violinist; Bud Kaufman and
John Unger, pianists; and sing-
ers Mary Donner, Joanne Pearl-
man and Debby Segal. Guests
invited. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
BALMORAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Charles Rosen,
19320 Suffolk. Dessert luncheon
will be served. Seymour Rosen
will speak on the "Art of the
French Impressionists."
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1 9-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, February 14, 1964

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