LADIES OF YESHIVATH
ADAS SHALOM SISTER-
REVIEW SERIES will be BETH YEHUDAH and WO- HOOD will explbre "Judaism
launched 1 p.m. Tuesday at the MEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE for Young Moderns" at a meet-
Birmingham Community Center. will meet noon Tuesday at Beth ing 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine will re- Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah. Lunch- social hall. All affiliate mem-
view Mary McCarthy's "The eon will be sponsored by Mrs. bers and high school girls are
Group." For individual or series Ida Friedlander. Rabbi Joshua invited to attend. Panelists will
tickets, call Mrs. Ruth Wizner, Sperka will be guest speaker, include David Botwin, Deborah
MA 6-1013, or Mrs. Lynn Gold- according to Mrs. Milton Win- Segal, Mrs. Pesach Sobel and
ston, program chairman. Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Sokolick. Mrs.
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Walter Epstein, social chairman, Jacob E. Segal will be modera-
MAIMONIDES WOMEN'S will be assisted by Mesdames tor. The "Segal Family Four"
- AUXILIARY will hold a board Arthur Cutler, Rose Bielewich, will make its musical debut, and
meeting 12:15 p.m. Monday at Bertha Faigenbaum, Esther the election of officers will be
the home of Mrs. Hyman S. Mel- Sachs and Kate Rubin. Guests held. Mrs. Ben Morganroth, pro-
len, 19575 Stratford. Cohostesses invited. Bus transportation will gram vice president, has ap-
will be Mesdames Stuart Barak, be provided from the Yeshiva pointed Mrs. MorriS Botwin
Joseph Dubin, David Jack-now, Building on Dexter at 11:30 a.m. chairman of the day. A dessert
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David Kliger and Max Steiner.
luncheon will precede the meet-
President Mrs. Irving Levitt will
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN- ing. A baby sitting service at the
report on results of the March FIELD SISTERHOOD will spon- synagogue will be provided by
24 fund-raising event, and the sor a luncheon 12:30 p.m. April the sisterhood.
slate of officers will be an- 21 at the synagogue. Proceeds
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will go to the Mogen Heyeled
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Children's Home in Bnai Brak, CHAPTER, Hadassah, will hold
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi, Israel, which houses children
Games Night 8:15 p.m. Thurs-
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday redeemed from - missionary a day
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
at the home of Mrs. Milton homes. Mrs Joseph Viedrah will tute. Prizes will include three-
Schloss, 14420 Oak Park Blvd., present a dramatic skit. Serving day trips to Grossinger's, Oak-
Oak Park. Mrs. William Ernst on the arrangements commit- ton Manor, and the Sheraton
will review "The Last of The tee are Mesdames Charles Gell- hotels in Chicago and Wash-
Just" by Andre Schwartz-Bart. man, Joseph Grossman and ington.
Refreshments will precede the Aaron Grossbard.
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review. Also, a charter mem-
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will hold a
bership affair is scheduled for
BRANDEIS CHAPTER and "Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"
paidup members April 28.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer theater party April 19 at the
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Women, will hold a joint meet- Music Hall. Proceeds will go
BATYA CHAPTER STUDY ing 12:30 p.m. Monday at the to Harper Hospital for research
GROUP will meet 8 p.m. April Labor Zionist Institute. Guest into Parkinson's disease and re-
20 at the home of Mrs. Joel speaker will be Mrs. Sara Hal- lated neurological disorders. For
Litke, 19126 Coyle. The works perin, national field adviser. tickets, call Gertrude Steingold,
of Bernard -Malamud will be Refreshments will be served. UN. 4 6461, or Jane Sohn, 342-
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SHERUTH LEAGUE will
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
JERICHO REBEKAH LODGE
meet noon Tuesday at Sholem TER, Pioneer Women, will hold will hold its annual spring lun-
Aleichem Institute. Members an Israel Independence Day cheon and games party noon
are asked to bring in items for party and dinner 6 p.m. Sunday Wednesday at Jericho Hall.
the April 28 bazaar white ele- at the Labor Zionist Institute. Prizes will be awarded.
phant booth. Proceeds will go Bessie Berris, past council presi-
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toward special equipment for dent, will speak, and accordian-
PHI SIGMA SIGMA, Detroit
Hawthorne Center. Mrs. Sam ist Judy Richman will play
Marcus will be guest speaker. American and Israeli songs. Alumni Chapter, will present its
second annual fashion show 8:30
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Guests invited. A regular meet-
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER- ing is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. p.m. Wednesday at Greenfield's
HOOD will view two films and Tuesday at the Labor Zionist Restaurant, Birmingham. Fa-
coordinator Helene Freund
hear a talk on home decoration Institute, when Sara Halperin shion
will be commentator, and chap-
at a meeting 8:40 p.m. Monday will speak. Hostesses will be
in the Cohen Building, Livonia. Mrs. Barney Woronoff and ter members, models. Proceeds
Prizes will be awarded and re- Fanny Egnater. Guests invited. will go to the Michigan Heart
Fund. For reservations, call
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Mrs. Louis Grossman, 341-1352.
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The SISTERHOOD of YOUNG
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GERTRUDE VEIDRAH CLUB ISRAEL CENTER of Oak-
SHAAREY ZEDEK SISTER-
will hold its 9th annual games Woods will meet Wednesday
party 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at evening at the synagogue. C. HOOD will present a playlet,
Cong. Young Israel of Oak- Lippit of the Human Relations "Lamp for Sammy" 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the synagogue. It
Woods. Refreshments will be Council of Oak Park will dis-
be preceded by a dessert
served and prizes will be given. cuss "Open Occupancy." Mem-
luncheon, at which Mrs. Abra-
All proceeds will go to cancer bers and friends are invited.
ham Nemeth will present the in-
equipment. Call Mrs. Herbert Refreshments will be served.
vocation. Director and narrator
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Grossman, "UN 3-0228, or Mrs.
of the playlet, which has been
Samuel Pinkis, LI 1-7407, for
DETROIT CANCER FIGHT- presented nationally on tele-
ERS, City of Hope, will hold a vision, is Mrs. Phillip Frank.
board meeting noon Monday at The cast includes Eliot Frank,
the Raleigh House. All souvenir Mesdames Leonard Baruch,
over 49 years of
journal holders are invited. For Murray Kahn and George Par-
information, call journal vice
zen , accompanist Mrs. Samuel
pr esid en t, Mrs. Emanuel Stulberg and many others. Mrs.
Schwartz, UN 3 - 6774. The June Baer Keidan, chairman of the
City of Hope Conference to be
day, also announces the 1964-65
held in Detroit will be discus- slate of officers and board mem-
sed. Chairman is Mrs. Abe Eizel- bers will be read. Guests in-
man. Mrs. Nathan Lux is hostess vited.
for the meeting
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BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, will meet noon Monday in the
Mizrachi Women, will hold a social hall. Mrs. Joseph Sulkes,
pre-donor rally and luncheon program chairman, has planned
noon Monday at Cong. Gemiluth a program entitled "Jewels for
Chassodim. The donor, to be Your Home." Election of offi-
held May 5, is under the chair- cers will be held. The revised
manship of Gloria Radner. Rabbi
constitution will be presented
Hyman Donin of Cong. Bnai
David will speak, and Mrs. for approval. Refreshments will
Yetta Goodman, supervisor of be served. * * *
student teachers at Wayne State,
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
will present folk music selec-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the syna-
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Leader's experts profession-
LEAGUE OF JEWISH WO- gogue. The meeting will honor
ally clean your carpets in
your home with Bigelow's ex-
MEN'S ORGANIZATIONS will Israel's anniversary. Mrs. Ar-
clusive Karpet-Kare method.
hold its •final presidents' board thur Selmar will speak on "The
meeting of the season 12:15 p.m. Housewife's View of Israel."
CASH & CARRY SAVE 20%
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Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Irving Beal, 19401 Silvercrest,
Southfield. Mrs. Ben Freeman, Hadassah, has invited the Busi-
Beth Aaron Sisterhood presi- ness and Professional Group to
dent, will deliver the invocation. its meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
All affiliate presidents or rep- Hadassah House. A book review
resentatives are invited. For will be given by Matti Baron
reservations, call Mrs. Abe Golub. Refreshments will be
Bookstein, LI 4-8470; or Mrs. served.
Betty Fisher, UN 2-5314.
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Mrs. Sara Halperin, national
area director for Pioneer Wom-
en, is a guest here through
April 17 to address Detroit
chapters in a
series • of in-
dividual a n d
ferences a n d
M r s. Hal-
perin, who re-
turned a few
months a g o
from Israel, Mrs. Halperin
spent 16th months, working
with and visiting hundreds of
installations of the Moetzet
Hapoalot, sister organization of
Pioneer Women, studying their
programs of child care, educa-
tion, vocational training and so-
cial services for immigrant
women and children.
A prominent leader in tier
home city of Cleveland, Mrs.
Halperin has been president of
the Cleveland Pioneer Women
Council and chairman of the
East Central Region, and held
many community positions there.
She has been national member-
ship chairman of Pioneer Wo-
men, national Habonim chair-
man and field adviser in the
United States and Canada. She
has visited Isarel on three dif-
While in Detroit, Mrs. Hal-
perin will participate in an Oneg
Shabbat sponsored by the edu-
cation department of Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women,
Saturday, 1 p.m., in the Labor
Zionist Building, in honor of •
International Women's Day.
She will speak on the "Political
Status of Women in Israel."
Bnai David Sisterhood
Plans Donor Luncheon
Mrs. Emil Spilman, donor
chairman, announces Bnai David
Sisterhood will celebrate its cul-
minating fund-raising event
with a donor luncheon Wednes-
day in the synagogue social hall.
Mrs. Lois Ack will present
a musical program. Prizes will
be awarded. For reservations,
call Mrs. I. Katz, ticket chair-
man, LI 7-6837.
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15 — TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 10, 1964
Mrs. Halperin Here for Parleys; Schedules
Talks to 13 Goups of Pioneer, Women