BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
Mrs. Arnold E. Frank will be
GROUP, Hadassah, will hold its installed as president of the Amer-
installation dinner 6:30 p.m. Tues- ican Jewish Congress Women's Di-
day at Imperial Caterers.
vision at its final meeting of the
Mrs. Maurice Floch, program
year 12:15 p.m.
chairman, announces that the Bel
May 26 at Tam
Canto Choir, under the direction
of Cantor Simon Bermanis, will
try Club. "That
entertain with selections in Heb-
Was the Year
rew, Yiddish and English. Soloist
That Was," a
Adele Brown, Wyn Landis and
take-off on the
Lois Ack will entertain, accom-
television p r o-
panied by Mrs. Mildred Levey.
gram, will be pre-
Guests invited. For reservations,
sented, and cock-
call Mrs. Morse Cotten, SU 8-6426.
tails and lunch-
or Goldie Slakter, UN 2-6609.
eon will be
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Mrs. Frank served. Written
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, by Mesdames Samuel Linden,
will hold a Shavuot meeting 12:30 Boaz Siegel and Albert Silber,
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist the skit will provide commentary
Institute. Movsas Goldoftas, direc- on the year's activities of the
tor of the Hayim Greenberg divisio n, under outgoing presi-
School, will speak, and refresh- dent Mrs. Leopold J. Snyder. The
ments will be served, Guests in- cast includes Roz Berman, Lil
Genser, Ruth Gursky, Ethel Lurie,
Maida Portnoy, Marion Shifman
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN and Fran Gordenker. Director is
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will Mrs. Silber, and choreographer,
hold a board meeting noon Tues- Mrs. Berman. Other officers to be
day at the home of Betty Schlissel, installed by Mrs. William Burk
18432 Burt Rd. A report on the are Mrs. Louis Redstone, execu-
donor luncheon will be made and tive vice president, and Mrs. Sy-
a nominating committee will be mour I. Israel, vice president of
programing. The invocation will be
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delivered by Mrs. Daniel Shapiro.
BETH ABRAHAM SISTE R- For reservations, call the Congress
HOOD will hold its final oneg office, WO 5-3319, or Mrs. S. Kat-
shabbat tea 2:30 p.m. Saturday at ser, UN 1-2572, by May 22. Guests
the synagogue. The post-Mother's invited.
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Day program will feature a skit
entitled "A Day in the Life of a
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Modern Mother," introduced by AUXILIARY will hold a "Little
oneg shabbat chairman Mrs. Israel Theater Party" and installation of
Halpern. Sisterhood officers will officers at its final meeting noon
serve as hostesses of the tea.
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Aaron, ac-
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cording to IVIrs. Morris Kutinsky,
HOME • RELIEF SOCIETY will president. In a Mother's Day
hold its annual membership lunch- salute in honor of Israel's 16th
eon noon May 25 at the home of Independence D a y celebration,
Mrs. Nate Tarnow, 31210 Franklin, members may bring their mothers
Farmington. Mrs. Sidney Tauber and daughters as luncheon guests.
will introduce Rabbi Irwin Groner Mrs. Max Stollman will be installing
on "Two Views of the Jewish In- officer. A one-act play, Philip
tellectual." His talk is a review- Lewis' "The American Dame," will
discussion of two books, "Portrait be presented by the Center Thea-
of a Jew," by Albert Memmi and ter Players. Directed by Betsy
"Memoirs of a Special Case" by Savage, the cast includes Shirley
Chaim Raphael. Mrs. Samuel Becker, Lorraine Ernst, Rita Kogan,
Brody, membership chairman, will Evie Orbach and Sondra Rub. The
give special recognition to new petite luncheon will be hosted by
Mesdames Israel Kardener, Nathan
members. Guests invited.
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Linden, Peter Chodoroff, Albert
GREENFIELD CHAPTER, Ha- Posen, Joseph Rubin, Albert Prag,
dassah, will hold its spring lunch- Joshua Sperka, Sam Cohen and S.
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ha- G ertzman.
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dassah House. Outgoing president
NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHABAD
Mrs. Sam Goldfarb announces that
the "Hi-Lighters" will entertain STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
with a Jewish hootenanny and p.m. Saturday at the home of
invites the chapter to meet presi- Mrs. Theodore Weiss, 17153 Rose-
dent-elect Mrs. Phillip Bornstein, lawn. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
and next year's board.
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AD AS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
recently elected the following of-
ficers: Mesdames Ben Morganroth,
president; Harry Nachman, Joseph
Katchke and Jacob Axelrod, vice
presidents; Sheldon Schwartz, Wil-
liam Zimmerman, Carl Lichten-
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stein, Edward Benjamin, and Earl
Gould, secretaries; and Philip Cam-
eron, treasurer. According to Mes-
dames Morris L. Botwin, nominat-
ing chairman, and J. Stewart Lin-
den, president, the officers and
board of directors will be installed
at a mother-daughter luncheon
noon May 25 at the synagogue.
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PURITY CHAPTER, OES, will
hold its Advanced Officers' Night
at a potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Eureka Temple. The dinner
will honor Jean Elman and Jean
Schwartz. For information, call
Irene Hershey, LI 4-0441.
CHOICE OF MANY
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AMERICAN HAVEN CLUB will
Of Our FINEST MAKES
hold a farewell luncheon 12:30
p.m. today at Topinka's Country
No Down Payment
House for Mrs. Joseph Fredenthal.
Low Easy Terms
Details of the annual Child Rescue
Fund benefit luncheon will be
discussed at the next meeting,
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Hyman Grossman, 19720
Cranbrook. Luncheon will be
'50 to '200
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964
OAK PARK N'SHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
A. Grossbard, 24210 Kipling, Oak
Park. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
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DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN will hold its installation
of officers 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Moses Lehrman,
25220 Gardner, Oak Park, with
Mrs. Lehrman acting as installing
officer. New officers include Mes-
dames Jack Friedman, president;
Morris Gottlieb and Leo Helman,
vice presidents; Lillie C o h e n,
treasurer; Bernard Chase, Philip
Kutnick, Ralph Rimar and Morris
Weinstein, secretaries; Joseph
Guterman and Joseph Davidson,
hospitalers; Alex Dorchen, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Joseph Guter-
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its installation of
officers 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
synagogue. New officers are Mes-
dames Milton Lucow, president;
Ralph Holberg, Irving Zickerman,
Herbert Burdick and Elliott Magid-
s o h n, vice presidents; Herman
Grand and Harry Kretchmer, sec-
retaries; and Louis Kronen, treas-
urer. Installing officers will be
past presidents Mesdames Maurice
Weiner, Sidney Katzman, Joseph
Maltzer, Bertram Katz and Her-
bert Carson. Mrs. Thelma Rosen-
baum will dramatize Arthur Mil-
ler's controversial "After the Fall."
For reservations, call Mrs. David
Leeser, LI 5-7898.
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FIDELITY LADIES CLUB will
hold a luncheon. and installation
of officers noon May 25 at To-
pinka's Country House. New of-
ficers include Mesdames Lillian
Gorman, president; Trudy Hertz-
berg, vice presidents; Paula Stark,
treasurer; Evelyn Greenberg and
Bea Aaronson, secretaries; Ann
Lobel, program chairman; Ida Ful-
ler, chaplain; Rose Bensman, pub-
licity; Lillian Jacobs and Faye
Weiner, hospitalers, a n d Helen
Rosen and Gladys Lieberman,
telephone squad. For reservations,
call Ann Lobel, LI 8-5317.
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LIVONIA SISTERHOOD w i 11
hold a Torah Fund Smorgasbord
Dinner 7 p.m. Thursday at Farm-
ington First Savings Loan Bank,
it was announced by Torah Fund
chairman Mrs. Morton Knopper.
Livonia Congregation's USY group
will provide entertainment, fea-
turing acts from the youths' re-
cent Cabaret Night. Prizes will
be awarded. For tickets, call Mrs.
Burt Stein, chairman, GR 4-3904.
The sisterhood will hold its semi-
annual rummage sale 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. June 3. Items for sale will
include clothing, household goods
and books. For information, call
Mrs. Morris Herman, chairman,
GA 7-0197, or Mrs. Sam Siegal,
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BETH SHALOM SIS I .ERHO OD
will hold "An Afternoon With
Natalie Halpern," reviewing Mau-
rice Samuel's "Recollections and
Reflections," 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the synagogue. Mrs. Hal-
pern will present some of her own
recollections and reflections as
wife of Rabbi Mordecai Halpern.
An oneg shabbat will be held 2 p.m.
May 23 at the home of Mrs. Bal-
four Peisner, 25406 Parkwood,
Huntington Woods. Mrs. Stanley
Waxenberg will speak on "Jewish
Humor—Is It Funny?" For in-
formation, call Mrs. David Moss,
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MICHAEL C. STARK CHAP-
TER, Children's Leukemia Foun-
dation, will hold a "kitchen party"
8 p.m. Monday at the home of
Enid Brodsky, 19944 Woodbine.
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WOMEN'S GOLDEN RULE AID
SOCIETY will hold a charity
luncheon noon Thursday at the
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, announces the following
recently installed officers: Mes-
dames Victor Ross, president; Nor-
man Leemon, Larry Guttenberg,
Richard Kramer and Henry Faigin,
vice presidents; Joseph Heit, Ben-
jamin Lax and Henry Solomon,
secretaries; a n d Murray Green-
wald, treasurer and financial sec-
For May 22 Issue
of Jewish News
Because of Shavuot, to be
observed on Sunday and
Monday, deadline for edito-
rial copy for the Jewish
News issue of May 22 is 11
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