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April 17, 1964 - Image 15

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Friday, April 17, 1964

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BETH AARON SISTERHOOD will
hold its annual Torah Fund coin-
box opening luncheon noon Tues-
day in the social hall, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. George Fredson,
Torah Fund chairman. A program,
"From Torah to Tikvah" will fea-
ture songs depicting the struggle
of the survival of Torah, sung by
Mrs. Ruth Goldman, accompanied
by Mrs. Rose Mash. Proceeds will
go to the Jewish Theological
Seminary. Members who have made
pledges or who hold coin boxes
are invited.

*

*

*

BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD

SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi, will
meet noon Wednesday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue, honoring Mrs.
Rose Gendelman on her 85th birth-
day. Final arrangements for the
May 20 donor luncheon have been
completed. Serving on the com-
mittee are Mesdames Morris Lach-
over, David Berman, Milton Wins 7
ton and Abraham Kelman. Guests
invited.

*
ROCHEL LAYA STEPINER AID
SOCIETY will hold its 19th annual
donor fund-raising luncheon May
12 at Raleigh House. Prizes and
entertainment will be featured.

*

will hold its annual Torah Lunch-

eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the social
hall. The luncheon is dedicated
to the significance of the National
Sisterhood Torah and Mathilda
Schechter Fund. Admission is by
contribution to the Torah Fund. A
program will follow the luncheon.
* * *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
Oity of Hope, will meet noon
Monday at Raleigh House. A report
on the souvenir journal will be
presented by Mrs. Emanuel Sch-
wartz, vice president. For inform-
ation on the journal, call her at
UN 3-6774. Hair stylist T. J. Patti
will present coiffure and makeup
hints, with audience participation,
according to Mrs. Charles Young,
program vice president. Refresh-
ments will be served.

* * *

HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
meet 12:30 p.m. April 27 at the
home of Mrs. Abe Schmier, 2557
Sherbourne. Dessert luncheon will
be served. Mrs. Ira Friedenberg,
program chairman, will introduce
Mrs. Walter Seligson, who will
show slides of Israel. Guests in-
vited.

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BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
synagogue. Mrs. Hyman Crystal,
nominating chairman, will list the
slate of officers, and a program of
"Spring Chapeaux for the My Fair
Lady" will be presented. Refresh-
ments will be served.
*
*
DETROIT LADIES' AUXILI-
ARY, American Medical Center at
Denver, will meet 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Jewish Center. Mrs.
George Edelson, director of the
National Council of Auxiliaries,
for the Denver sanitorium, will be
guest speaker. Luncheon will be
served.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT, will
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. George Schwartz, 18947
Filmore, Southfield. Mrs. Sol Gol-
per, program chairman, announces
the guest speaker will be Mrs.
Roberta Grayson on "Interesting
Home Decorating Ideas and the Use
of Accessories." Cohostesses will
be Shirley Jubas and Reva Liebow.
Final plans will be discussed for
the annual mother and daughter
banquet May 5 at Raleigh House.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Harry
Mondry will review the book "The
Fanatic" by Meyer Levin. Refresh-
ments will be served. Guests in-
vited.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a
luncheon and games party noon
Wednesday at the Lane Bryant
Store, 1520 Woodward. Proceeds
will be used to purchase trees in
the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest
in Israel.
* * *
MAIMONIDES AUXILIARY will
meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Stouf-
fer's Northland Inn.

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CHANA CZENESH, Pioneer Wo-
men, will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Ann
Erman will review the book "Black
Muslims of America" by C. Eric
Lincoln. Hostesses will be Ethel
Blitz and Lena Craanis. Guests in-
vited.
* * *
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM will meet noon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Levey, 17329
Winora, Southfield.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT CLUB
will hold a business meeting 8:30
p.m. Monday at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. A film on "Physi-
cally Handicapped Children" will
be shown and narrated by Rosalin
Kramer. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Henry Smolinsky, 18474 Ohio.
Rabbi Israel Rockove will speak on
"Ethics of the Fathers," announces
Mrs. Tzippora Baiter, chairman.
*
*
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Alter
Greenbaum, 24030 Coolidge. Rabbi
David Greenbaum will speak on
"Ethics of the Fathers."
* * *
NORTHWEST CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will meet
1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Naomi Eder, 19375 Canter-
bury. Mrs. Rachel Maisel, former
resident of South Africa, will
speak on "A Picture of the South
African Jew," announces Mrs. Mar-
ian Shifman, president.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER, OES, will
honor Ella Walters and Gertrude
Weintraub at a "Friends Night"
7:45 p.m. Monday at Eureka. Lin-
coln Park Chapter will be spec-
ial guests.
* * *
MEDICAL AID GUILD will hold
a dessert luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. James
Marks, 19364 Monica. Mrs. Joshua
Sperka will speak on "The Total
Woman." Guests invited.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting noon Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Jack
Seder, 19952 Stansbury, to make
make arrangements for the Mother
and Daughter Donor Luncheon
May 6.
(More Clubs, Page 26)

Jewish Women European Welfare Organization

Schedules Its 44th Annual Donor Luncheon

Jewish Women European Wel-
fare Organization will hold its 44th
annual Mother and Daughter
Donor Luncheon noon May 6 at
Imperial Caterers.

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and sizes," noted J. Alvoy Jones,
manager of the HACK SHOE
STORE at 19360 Livernois, "but
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Mr. Jones, a graduate of the Detroit Institute of Technology and
a Korean War Veteran, heads a staff of experienced shoe fitters who
are dedicated to quality, fit and service—in the 48-year-old HACK
tradition.

There are other HACK SHOE STORES: Downtown on the 5th
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Warren Ave.; and at 235 Pierce Street in Birmingham.
(Adv.)

Mrs. Morris Miller, president,
announces this main fund-raising
event of the year will help sup-
port the group's philanthropies,
including widows and orphans in
Israel, Jewish National Fund, Bar-
Ilan University scholarships and
local and national organizations.
All women in the community
are invited to
attend.
Ezio DeFelicis,
Italian baritone
who has sung in
a number of sup-
per clubs in Eu-
rope and in this
country, and who
has sung on Mi-
ami Beach radio,
will be the star
attraction.
DeFelicis
His accompanist, pianist Joel
Nash, has played for Mimi Benzell,
Tony Martin and other stars, with
the Russ Morgan orchestra and
on radio.
Chairman of the donor are Mes-
dames Ottd Kavieff, donor chair-
man; Jack Seder, tickets; Ida Gold-
smith, souvenir book; Charles Han-
nenberg and Julius Schlussel, dar-
lings; and Max Ducker, gold page.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS —15

Hebrew Students to Celebrate Israel's Anniversary

Shaarey Zedek students will ob-
serve the 16th anniversary of the
State of Israel at assemblies 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Sunday in the social
hall.
The B. Gay Puppets Co. of New
York will perform "The Tallis
Weaver of Baghdad," an oriental
fantasy by Hebrew writer David
Frishman. Also featured will be
selections by the synagogue youth
orchestra, conducted by Jerome
Stasson, and by the Meshorerot,
girls' choir, directed by Cantor
Reuven Frankel and Mrs. Ralph
Cash.
*
*
Israel's anniversary will be
observed by the Hebrew High
School of United Hebrew Schools
at an assembly Sunday in the high

school auditorium.
The dramatics class will present
a Hebrew play, "B'en Neshek Ma-
gen," which depicts the early work
of the halutzim (pioneers) to es-
tablish settlements in Israel, lead-
ing, ultimately, to independence
and statehood. Natan Goldenberg.
high school drama teacher, is di-
rector.
The assembly will be opened by
Paul Schneider, president of the

high school student council. Shlo-
'no Biederman will lead in the
community singing of Israeli In-
dependence Day songs.

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