Thunderbird Country Day Thunderbird Day Camp, a
Camp directors Mickey Stern member of the American Camp-
and Arnold Fisher announce ing Association, strictly adheres
that Hal Kutnick has joined as to the standards and philoso-
phies set down by this organiza-
He will personally supervise tion.
An open house will be held
the swim program at the heated
I May 24. For information, call
New track, field and physical
fitness areas are now part of
DIAMONDS OF EXCELLENCE
the camp program. Baseball in-
archery, fencing, ba-
ton lessons, horseback riding
and camperaft are among the
other features on the camp's
Thunderbird's four large
buildings permit the rotation of
activities such as arts and crafts,
indoor plays, singing, rest per-
Open Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
iods and overnights.
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED,
YOUNG WOMEN OF JNF,
WOMEN'S LEAGUE, Chil-
dren's Orthogenic School, will newly formed affiliate with the Women's Auxiliary, will hold its
sponsor a guided tour of the parent Women's Auxiliary of annual meeting and election of
school and Hawthorne Center, the Jewish National Fund, an- officers 12:30 p.m. Monday at
state institution for emotionally nounces recently elected offic- Northland Concourse, Lot E
disturbed children Tuesday. The ers are Mesdames Faith Otis, entrance. Mrs. Samuel Weller,
group will meet at the school president; Thelma Schurgin, nominating chairman, will pre-
9:30 a.m., where Sid Graber, di- secretary; Betty Pernick and sent the slate of officers, and a
rector, will discuss the school's Marylin Gordon, progra m; musical "Wajha Revue" will be
aims and conduct the tour. A Sanadra Formin, correspond- presented by Mesdames David
box luncheon will be served 11 ence; Eileen Granadier, finan- Cohen, Sanford Lakin, Julius
a.m., and at noon the group cial secretary; Noreen Sillman, Pliskow and Allan Weisberg.
will set off by chartered bus public relations; Marcie Roth, Refreshments will be served.
for Hawthorne Center, North- tree chairman; and Roslyn Guests are invited, according
ville. Guests invited. For reser- Nosan, Roslyn Trunsky and to Mrs. George
vations, call Mrs. Gerald Gur- Sally Rodin, board members.
Plans are being made for a
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
vis, BR 3-7749, or Mrs. George !bazaar and auction in June.
will close its book re
Kayes, LI 2-0016.
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view-breakfast series with Leon
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of Wells' autobiography "The Jan-
DELTA PHI EPSILON, De- the Eastern Star, will hold an owska Road" Monday at the
troll Alumnae Chapter, will
--- "East and West Night" honor- temple. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
present its annual fashion show ing Anne and Al Weiner Mon- will deliver the review at 11
8 p.m. April 8 at Bnai Moshe day evening at Eureka Temple. a.m. following 10 a.m. break-
Synagogue. Prizes will be fea- Dinner will be served 6:30 p.m. fast. Luncheon chairman is
tared along with a showing of and initiations at 7:45. For in- Mrs. Elmer Raskin; ticket chair-
Choose assortments of fine foods, confections, liquors
the latest ladies' and children's formation on reservations call man, Mrs. Charles Goldstein.
and wines, attractively packaged in beautiful baskets
fashions. All proceeds are do- Mrs. F. Herwitz, UN 2-1197.
and other containers. We have superb selections in
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nated • to the Cystic Fibrosis As-
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
every price range to please the most
sociation. For reservations, call
SHER.UTH LEAGUE presi- will meet noon Wednesday at
Mrs. Bertha Strauss, LI 6-4926. dent Mrs. Jack Weinstein in- the Labor Zionist Institute, an-
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SHOP EARLY- ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS MORE!
vites the public to a noon lunch- nounces president Blanche Rose.
ROSE STEINHARDT - BOOK eon meeting Tuesday at Sholem Guest speaker Lillian Boren-
REVIEW CLUB will meet for Aleichem Institute. Dr. Herbert stein will discuss Jewish music,
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Saturday Bloom will show slides and lec- and refreshments will be served.
at the home of Mrs. Hyman ture on his experiences aboard Guests invited.
Horenstein, 17303 Prairie. Mrs. the SS Hope in Peru. Mrs. Mil-
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Simon Slutsky will review "The ton Mellin and Mrs. Michael
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
24695 COOLIDGE at 10 MI.•
Group" by Mary McCarthy.
Dreyer will serve the luncheon, Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
LI 1-4428 or LI 1 9575
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and Mrs. Samuel Winer is pro- Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
OPEN EVES. 'TILL 11 P.M.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER- • gram chairman.
Frank Leiderman, 18946 Cher-
HOOD will host an Easter party
rylawn. A film on the work of
for the children of Northville
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pi- Mizrachi, "Looking to the Fu-
State Hospital 1:30 p.m. Thurs- oneer Women, announces coin- ture," will be shown, and Mrs.
day at the hospital. Refresh- pletion of plans for the second James Gordon w i 11 discuss
ments will be served and gifts annual Sunday evening dinner „ Integration in Israel." A dis-
given to each child. A hooten- and games night 6 p.m. Sunday play of Passover symbols also
anny wil be conducted by David at Sholem Aleichem Institute. will be featured.
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Wasserman, and there will be Proceeds will go to the Ken-
dancing. Baskets made by Girl nedy Scholarship Fund in Israel. THE LADIES OF YESHI-
Scout Troop 152 will be filled For reservations, call Lillie VATH BETH YEHUDAH and
with candy. Mrs. Irving Kramer Goldman, UN 4-4785. A regular WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
and Mrs. Louis Rosenzweig, .meeting will be held noon will hold an oneg shabbat 3 p.m.
chairmen, are assisted by • Mes- Wednesday at the Labor Zion- March 21 at Cong. Beth Yehu-
dames M. Aptekar, Mrs. E. ist Institute. Sophia Tatelman dah on Dexter. Rabbi Chaim
Leader, Mrs. R. Tullman, Mrs. Wise, president, will introduce Hollander will be guest speak-
Y. Hertz and Mrs. J. Kurzman, the guest speaker, Mrs. Everet er, and refreshments will be
Mrs. Ernest Golumbia is presi- Straus, who will discuss the . served. Mrs. Bertha Faigenbaum
civil rights issue. Frances .Dri- is arrangements chairman.
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• GUARANTEED DELUXE HOTEL RESERVATIONS
ker and Ruth Gosman will be Guests invited.
(Including 5% NYC Hotel Tax)
UNION OF ORTHODOX SIS- hostesses for the dessert lunch-
(More Clubs Page 25)
TERHOODS, Great Lakes Region, eon. Guests invited.
TICKETS TO WORLD'S FAIR
will hold its final talk in the
TO WORLD'S FAIR
Town Hall Lecture Series 10
OF WORLD'S FAIR
a.m. Monday at Cong. Young
Israel of Greenfield. Mrs. Joshua Party 8:30 p.m. Monday at
• OFFICIAL WORLD'S FAIR GUIDE BOOK
Sperka will discuss "The Vilna Sholem Aleichem Institute. Re-
Gaon." A continental breakfast freshments will be served.
2 iin'n orroom,
Pcheroipeer osof nTw
will be served by the congrega- Guests invited.
tion's sisterhood. Guests invited.
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHT-
FAINNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet 12:30 Detroit authoress Frita Drapkin
• Airline Reservations Available •
p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth Ye- Monday evening at Raleigh
huda. Luncheon will be served, House. She will review her
and a film "Marching Towards books "Mamma Is a Citizen"
Tomorrow" will be shown. Host- and "Pappa's Golden Land." A
esses will be Mesdames Louis business meeting at 8 p.m. will
UN 4 4464
Bigman, Aaron Margolis and precede the talk. Refreshments
Jack Stevens. Guests invited.
will be served.
NEGBAH CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will hold a social meet- Women's American ORT, will
HURRY ! ONLY 2 WEEKS LEFT FOR DISCOUNT PRICES !
ing 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the hold an open chapter meeting
Labor Zionist Institute. Election 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
of officers will be held. Refresh- Michigan Consolidated Gas Co.,
ments will be served by hos- where a special program will be
tesses Mrs. Isadore Kaplan and ' presented, announces president
Mrs. Abraham Spivack.
Mrs. Jack Rubin. Prizes will be
awarded. Guests invited. For
for Boys Girls 3-11
reservations, call Mrs. Elizabeth
Schlafer, UN 1-7269, or Mrs.
Leon Simon, UN 1-0207, by
IN YOUR HOME PLAN
. 0 4"
neer Women, will hold its month-
CAA p r
ly book review 1 p.m. Saturday
at the home of Mrs. Harry Mon-
dry, 22902 Bellwood, Southfield.
Chairman Mrs. Harold Noveck
will review Joanne Greenberg's
OUR EARLY ENROLLMENT
"The King's Persons," according
to Mrs. Sam Fishman, vice presi-
DISCOUNT WILL BE IN EFFECT
dent of education. All Pioneer
FOR ALL REGISTRATIONS
Women are invited.
RECEIVED 61 APRIL 1.
PHONE UN 3-6997
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPT-
DIRECTORS: sosEN EPSTEIN
Ask for Mr. Snyder
ER, Women's American ORT,
I4PROLD GROVE HAROLD MICHAELS
will celebrate its fourth birth-
K E. 5 -SW
day 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Holiday Kosher Catering. Hus-
ASK ABOUT OUR 11 WEEK AND SATURDAY CAMPING PROGRAMS
For Truly Luxurious Giving
For Any Occasion .. .
Gift Baskets Say It Best !
BOTTLE 'n' GIFT
RESERVE NOW 'Ir j-14 L,
FOR OFFICIAL NEW YORK'S
WORLD'S FAIR TOUR!!
3 DAYS, 2 NIGHTS
Elkin Travel Bureau
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15 — THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS—F rid ay, M arch 13, 1964
Hal Kutnick Is Named Thunderbird Director