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May 08, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-08

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Hadassah Election and Luncheon Set

omen's

BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
wil hold its election of officers
8:30 p.m. Monday at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Meyer Berman, nom-
inating chairman, will present the
slate.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Wednes-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Hostess will be Edith Shapiro. It
was announced that all projects
must be completed by May 27, at
the close of the season's meetings.
The installation luncheon will be
held noon June 10 at Mayfair
Caterers. For reservations, call
nominating committee chairman
Frances Driker, KE 8-0235.

*

* *

SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold
its final board meeting of the year
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Melvin Wasserman, 7309
Cathedral, Birmingham. Co-hos-
tesses• are Mesdames Joe Klinger
and Herbert Rosen. Committee
chairmen will given their year-end
reports.
* * *
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will hold its combined board meet-
ing for incoming and outgoing
board members 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the synagogue. Hostess will be
outgoging president Mrs. Harold
Es k ovi tz.
* * *
AESCULAPIAN AU XILIARY
will meet for a 12:30 p.m. lunch-
eon Wednesd ay at the home of
Mrs. Meyer Robiner, 20403 Ren-
frew.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold its
Mother-Daughter Luncheon noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. A program is scheduled.

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ing May 15 at Tam O'Shanter lation and Mother's Day dinner at
Country Club. Luncheon will be Sero's 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Awards
served at 12:30, with Mrs. Alvin will be presented. Guests invited.
Rodecker a n d
For reservations, call Mrs. Lou
Mrs. Joseph
Isaacs, EL 6-4417.
Hartman i n
* * *
charge of ar-
SHAAREY
ZEDEK SISTER-
rangements. I n
HOOD will hold an election and
keeping with this
installation tea 12:30 p.m. Mon-
year's theme,
day at the social hall. Mrs. Davis
"Patterns for
Benson will be installing officer.
Progress," which
Featured will be the Center Play-
embraces topics
ers with scenes from "The First
generally . rela ted
Born" by Christopher Fry; "A Rai-
to the hospital, kit*-
sin in the Sun" by Lorraine Hans-
patient care and Mik
berry; and "A Majority of One"
Mrs.
Fenton
treatment, medi-
by
Leonard Spigelgass. Players in-
cine and research, the meeting
will feature Mrs. Joseph G. Fen- clude Rita Kogan, Ethel Levine,
ton with a review of "Curiosities Delphine Levinson and Melba
of Medicine" by Berton Rouche. Winer, under the direction of Mrs.
Mrs. Fenton has edited "The Betsy Savage. Guests invited.
* * *
Pulse" the guild publication, since
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
the group's inception, and organiz-
ed the Sinai medical library. CLUB will hold a "Child's Rescue
Mrs. Irvin Hermanoff, guild presi- Evening" program 8:30 p.m. Mon-
dent, asks all members and volun- day at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
teers to make reservations by tute. Refreshments and entertain-
Tuesday at the guild office, BR ment will be provided. Husbands
3-3000. Transportation will be pro- and guests invited.
*
*
vided on advance notification.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD its 19th Mother and Daughter Ban-
will hold its final general meeting quet 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Im-
and luncheon noon Monday in the perial Caterers.
social hall. Mrs. Jack Shenkman
* * *
will install officers. Luncheon com-
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
mittee chairmen are Mrs. Morris neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Ginsberg and Mrs. Lewis Honig- Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
man. Mrs. Joseph Sulkes, program stitute, when discussion of the
chairman, announces an installa- coming installation will be held.
tion program, "Link Yourself to Hostesses will be Mrs. Hy Sab-
Sisterhood," will be presented, and bota and Mrs. Ben Uzensky. Guests
Mrs. Samuel Jospey will deliver invited.
the invocation. Visual techniques
*
*
will be by Mrs. Samuel Loberman.
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
* * *
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will meet
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
will hear Rabbi Mordecai Halpern Esther Berman Building. A "Coro-
discuss "Around the Jewish World nation" installation of officers will
in 80 Minutes" at a 12:30 p.m. be presented by Mrs. Jack Axelrod
meeting Wednesday at the syna- and Mrs. Sol Slomovitz, announces
gogue. He will take up basic is- Mrs. Isadore Goren, program chair-
sues, practices and concepts of man. A petite luncheon will be
contemporary Jewish life. An elec- served by Mrs. Irving Dworkin,
tion of officers will be held, and social chairman, and her commit-
refreshments will be served.
tee. At this time, all funds raised
* * *
by the auxiliary will be presented
JEWISH HOME FOR THE to the United Hebrew Schools,
AGED, Women's Auxiliary, will providing scholarships for Midrasha
hold its 39th anniversary celebra- students, camp scholarships to
tion and installation 12:30 p.m. high school pupils, reference books
Monday at the Jewish Center. for the library and awards to out-
"Kampbell Kapers" will entertain, standing graduate students. The
and refreshments will be served. public is invited, according to Mrs.
Mrs. George Bass will be installed Elbert Diamond, president.
as president for a second term by
* *
installing chairman Mrs. Samuel
DETROIT LINK. Order of the
Zeldes. Other officers are Mes-
dames Lou Robbins and William Golden Chain, will meet 8:30 p.m.,
Belinsky, vice presidents: Meyer Monday at Raleigh House. A spe-
Silverman, William Aisen, Sheldon cial Mother's Day program, "Are
Fishman, Albert Teman, Jack Free- You the Queen We Are Looking
man, Harry Berlin, Joseph Wolfe, For?" is planned. Master Masons
Eugene Letvin and Irving Krup- are invited. * * *
kin, secretaries; Philip Cameron,
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
treasurer; Sol Grand, simcha and
memorial; I. E. Goodman, parlia- Women, will hold its installation
mentarian; Philip Bricker, Samuel luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Barr, Hyman Friedman, Bernard Oriental City Restaurant.
*
*
Sukenic, Harry Meer, Ben Stein-
berg and Jonas Torgow. service;
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH,
David Cohen and Albert Kramer, Jewish Women European Welfare
membership; Maurice Victor, bul- Organization, will meet noon Tues-
letin; Sidney Freed, publicity; Dan day at Jericho Temple. A report
LeVine, meeting dates; George on the recent Federal's luncheon
Schneider, printing; and Max Os- will be given and plans for the
trow, courtesy and communications. installation discussed.
*
*
* *
NORTHVILLE STATE HOSPI-
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold
TAL AUXILIARY will hold its
its district convention at Pythian
annual benefit games party 1 p.m.
Tuesday at the hospital. Dessert Temple 9 a.m. Wednesday. For-
and prizes will be featured, with luncheon reservations, call Gerri
proceeds going directly for patient Grushky, UN 5-6836, or Lee
benefit. For information or reser- Frischman, UN 4-4317. Past chief
vations, call the auxiliary office, Ann Pudavick has been presented
with her 25-year membership pin
FI 9-1343.
and Hedy Bassin with a service
* *
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE pin. Past chiefs will meet 8 p.m.
WOMEN will meet 8:30 p.m. May 20 at the home of Louba
Thursday at Howard Johnson's, Lupiloff, 18105 Hubbell.
25050 Northwestern.
(More Clubs, Page 19)
* * *
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Detroit C h a p ter Hadassah's Smokier and Frank Wetsman. For
"first lady," Mrs. Dora Ehrlich, pick-up, call the Hadassah office.
will install officers at a chapter
meeting and subscription luncheon
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Temple Is-
rael.
Featured at the election meet-
ing will be an original skit, "This
Is the Year That Was" by Mrs.
Leslie Schmier. Participants will be
Mrs. Joseph. Bittker and Mrs. Nor-
man Rosenfeld, accompanied by
Mrs. Seymour Kraus. Mrs. I.
Jerome Hauser, former chapter
IN TIME FOR
president, will deliver the invoca-
tion.
For reservations, call the Hadas-
2)cty
sah office, BR 3-5441, today.

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