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April 03, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-03

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1141e(K.

Mother
of the
Bride

I

has you at the
proudest and most
elegant time of your
life. In beaded pas-
tel crepe, with two
floating panels in
the back.

10 to 20

Available in many

complimentary

blending shades.

Others

$49.95

to $159.95

Charge Accounts

Available

Also Security

Open Thurs., Fri. and
Sat. Eves. 'til 9

Corner Nine Mile &
A&P Shopping Center
Coolidge

Sketched
$49.95

DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold its in-
stallation of officers 8 p.m. April
13 at Raleigh House. Abe War-
noff will be installed as worthy
patron, and Beverly Kozin,
worthy matron. Esther Kozin
will be installing matron, Esther
Horowitz is chaplain, and Jean
Hollander, marshall.
* * *
AESCULAPIAN AUXILIARY
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Nate
Schwartz, 18617 Roselawn.
*
*
*
PURITY CHAPTER, 0.E.S.,.
will meet 7:45 p.m. Monday at
Eureka Temple. Refreshments
will be served.
* *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will
meet 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Oak Park Community Center.
Mrs. Lillian Ricker will be guest
speaker. Refreshments will fol-
low.
• * *
MEYERS-WYOMING GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold its installa-
tion luncheon 12:15 p.m. Mon-
day at Hadassah House. Featur-
ed in the afternoon's program
will be a folk-singing group,
who will entertain with Israeli
folk songs.
* * *
HANITA CHAP'T'ER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Israel's Independence
Day will be celebrated by a visit
with Col. David Sela of Israel.
* * *
R OSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, will hold an
executive board meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Edward Schwartz, 23160 Sussex,
Oak Park. Luncheon will be
served. Mrs. Mollie Elias will
be hostess. The games party in
June and other charitable af-
fairs will be discussed. A reg-
ular meeting will be held 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Beth
Yehuda on Wyoming.
* *
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA will hold its election
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Kingsley Inn. Guests will be
be Dr. and Mrs. Myron Kaufman,
who will speak on their experi-
ence on the S.S. Hope. Movies
will be shown.
* *
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Beth Aaron Synagogue. Alex
Hobart will be guest speaker,
announces program chairman
Mrs. Lea Feldman. Mrs. Pearl
Gold will preside. Plans will be
formulated for the May 20 donor
luncheon. Members should bring
their pledges, and guests are
invited. Desert luncheon will be
served.
* * * .
NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH, Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization, will
hold a luncheon-games party
noon Tuesday at Federal De-
partment Store, Grand River at
0 a km a n . Mrs. Morris Haut an-
nounces that proceeds will go
to needy widows and orphans.
Mollie Baseman is luncheon
chairman, and Rose Zukennan is
ticket chairman. Guests invited.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at Jericho
Temple, announces Mrs. Morris
Miller, president. A report will
be given of the canister solicita-
tions. Dessert luncheon will be
served.

CHANA CZENESH Pioneer
Women will meet noon Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Sarah Halpern, national
Pioneer Women leader, will be
guest speaker. Ann Erman, leg-
islative chairman, will review
the book "Black Muslims of
America," by C. Eric Lincoln.
Hostesses will be Bessie Dorchen
and Dorothy Schechter. Guests
invited.

GREAT LAKES 55 EXHIBITORS

Sybil Koff Cooper, former na-
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pion„ is owner of a ceramics
shop in Greenwich Village, N. Y.

COMPARE

Color, cut, clarity

PRICE

1.11 Cf.

Lady's Pear Shaped
Diamond Ring Set
in 14K White Gold

Value $950 Only

1.31 Cf.

Value $1250 Only

1.92 Cf.

425

Lady's Pear Shaped
Diamond Ring Set
in 14K White Gold

$595

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in 14K White Gold

Value 2250 Only

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April 8, 9, 10, 11
12 - 10:30 p.m. (last eve. 9 p.m.)
$1 adm.
Detroit Masonic Temple

blocks North. of Lodge Expressway



OPEN THURSDAY 'tit 9 P.M.

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?

Crunbrook House Motel

Is Conveniently Located at

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(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine Service Available

EW-

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counters
at quality
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OF INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS
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THE D ETRO IT JEW IS H NEWS — Frida y, April

DETROIT CANCER FIGH-
TERS, City of Hope, will hold a
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Charles
Young, 19506 Washburn. A re-
port on the progress of the sou-
venir journal will be discussed
by Mrs.. Emanuel Schwartz,
journal vice president. Mrs.
Harold Kozloff, president, will
preside.
* *
BAGLEY SOUTH, Hadassah,
will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at
Hadassah House. Rabbi Irwin
Groner will speak on "Portraits
of the Modern Jew." Mrs.
Charles Feinberg will give the
invocation, a n n o u nces Mrs.
Henry Berris, president. Dessert
luncheon will be served.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Sam Rosen, 20245 Warrington.
Sarah Halperin of Cleveland,
who is about to make her home
in Israel, will speak.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
noon Monday at the home of
Mrs. Maurice Cornfield, 19957
Marlowe. The group will hear a
report on the recent seder for
patients of Northville and Ypsi-
lanti hospitals and House of
Shelter. The event was cospon-
sored by Zedakah Club and
other service groups.

NORTHWEST DETROIT
CHAPTER, Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital
at Denver, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Broudy, 25041 Gardner,
Oak Park. Harold Schachern, re-
ligious editor of The Detroit
News, will speak. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Mauri Burnstein,
UN 4-4768.
*
*
FAIRVIEW CHAPI ER, Wo-
men's American ORT, will meet
noon April 14 at the Detroit
Institute of Arts. Luncheon in
the Romanesque Hall will be fol-
lowed by a tour. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Noel Gage, LI.
8-2262, or Mrs. Walter Rosen-
berg, LI. 8-0059 by Tuesday.
*
*
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold its annual honor roll
luncheon 12:15 p.m. April 15 at
Imperial Caterers. Mrs. Sydney
Berg, chairman, announces Mrs.
Joseph Beckerman will enter-
tain. Mesdames Robert Lewin
and Edward Gordon are prize
chairmen, Mesdames Jackie Gill
and Leo Schwartz, co-chairmen,
Gerald Kepes and Gerald Ja-
cobs, pledges, and Charles
Brasch and Max Katz, arrange-
ments. For reservations, call
Mrs. Sydney Berg, EL. 7-2393.
*
*
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE, Women's Division, will
hold an oneg shabbat noon Sat-
urday at the Institute. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine will speak on
"The Deputy" by Rolf Hochhuth.
Passover luncheon will be serv-
ed by Mesdames Julia Weiss,
Frances Dricker and Helen
Fisher. The event will be chair-
ed by Mrs. Morris Friedman.
Guests invited.

Huntington Woods, LI 2-2839;
Mrs. Harold Kukes, 19485 Suf-
folk, TO 5-4208; Kaufman
Chapel, Northwestern at Nine
Mile, 546-5644; Mrs, Leo Mellen,
3201 Sherbourne, UN 1-2356; or
Mrs. Lester Neiman, 657 Lake
Park, Birmingham, MI 6-4174.

-

H 0 M E RELIEF SOCIETY
will hold a board meeting 12:30
p.m. Friday at the home of Mrs.
Barney Shatz, 22130 Condon,
Oak • Park. Mrs. Raymond Suhd
will be cohostess for the des-
sert luncheon. Mrs. John R. Her-
man will preside.
* * *

Some 20,000 books are being
sought by the Detroit Chapter,
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, in pre-
paration for its "New Books for
Old" sale April 26-May 1.
A mass pick-up, "Books for
Brandeis Day," is scheduled for
April 12, when young people
from Temples Emanu-El, Beth
El and Israel and Cong. Shaarey
Zedek will help collect volumes,
according to Mrs. Theodore
Birnkrant, chairman.
Adult and children's books,
hard cover or paperback, for
every interest will be welcome.
Funds from the "New Books
for Old" sale will be used to
buy new books for the Bran-
deis University's Goldfarb
Library. The women's com-
mittee is responsible for the
maintenance and stocking of
this library.
Under a Ford Foundation
matching grant program, all
funds raised by Brandeis Wom-
en are matched by the founda-
tion. Besides this sale, the chap-
ter engages in no other fund-
raising drives.
Assisting Mrs. Birnkrant is
cochairman Mrs. Oscar Band.
Detroit Chapter president is
Mrs. Eugene P. Sims.
For drop-off or pick-up ser-
vice, contact any one of the fol-
lowing:
Mrs. Birnkrant, 8621 Hendrie,

15

0m/en's Cluhs

Brandeis Women Conduct Drive
for Used Books to Benefit Library

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