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May 22, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-22

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At-Home Events for Confirmands

1 \

Women s Cluhs

PARKWOOD CHAPTER, W o -
men's American ORT, will hold its
annual culminating affair noon,
June 1, at the home of Mrs. Sidney
Bertin, 19444 Parkside. A petite
buffet luncheon will be served. A
"Panorama of ORT Through Music"
is on the program. Guest artist will
be Ruth Goldman, soprano, ac-
companied by Bella Goldberg, and
narration is by Mrs. Edward Cutler
and Mrs. Carl Lichtenstein. New
officers to be installed are Mes-
dames Jack Rubin, re-elected presi-
dent; Ben Bonin, vice president
and chairman of the board; Abe
Cherrin, treasurer; Herman Berlin,
Herbert Lyons, Samuel Engelbert
and William Klafer, secretaries.
* * *
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD an-
nounces recently instlled officers
are Mesdames Ben Z. Freeman,
president; Morris Ginsberg, Sam
Loberman and Samuel Wasserman,
vice presidents; Louis Stotzky,
treasurer; Harry Galens, Hyman
Margolis, Marvin Bennett and Syd-
ney Goodman, secretaries; Bernard
Gaspas and Seymour Horowitz,
executive aides; Herman Becker,
Irving Chaiken and Adolph Wink-
ler, trustees.
* *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m., Monday, at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Esther Mendelson will
introduce Nina Cohen, who will re-
view "My Darling Clementine" by
Jack Fislunan. Hostesses will be
Fanny Starr and Ethel Epel.
Guests invited.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS SISTERHOOD will hold
its last oneg shabbat study group
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the syna-
gogue. Rabbi Gordon will speak,
and the public is invited.

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Annual confirmation services of
Temple Israel took place on May
16. An at-home reception will take
place, as listed for the following
Temple Israel confirmand:
DEBRA WINSTON, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winston,
18403 IVIuirland„ 2-5 p.m., May
24. No cards.
Annual confirmation services of

AMERICAN JEWISH CON-
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold its annual installation- GRESS, Women's Division, will
mothers and daughters luncheon hold its final rehearsal for the
noon Monday at the synagogue. Tuesday installation 8 p.m. today
according to Mrs. J. Stewart Lin- at the home of Mrs. Leopold J.
den, outgoing president. Mrs. Snyder, 18418 Greenlawn. Hus-
Jacob E. Segal will install newly bands of the cast are invited. "That
elected president
Was the Year That Was" will be
Mrs. B e n Mor-
the entertainment at the installa-
ganroth alon g
tion meeting 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at
with her officers
Tam 0' Shanter Country Club. Mrs.
and board. En-
Samuel Pollak is chairman of res-
tertainment will
ervations and Mrs. Albert Tanner,
include an ori-
chairman of decorations. Reserva-
ginal script by
tions deadline is today. Call the
Mrs. Segal, inter-
Congress office, WO 5-3319, or
pretive dancing
Mrs. Samuel Katser, UN 1-2572.
by Reva Usher [
* 5
and Ada Banda-
SOUTHFIELD
GROUP, Hadas-
lene, and narra-
sah, will hold its annual installa-
tion by Mrs. Ad-
tion of officers at a smorgasbord
d i e Beckerman
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
of the Center
the Armenian Cultural Center.
Theater. Mes-
The Hadassah Players will present
dames Philip
an original musical entitled "
Helfman, chair-
With Portfolio."
man of the day,
* * *
and Mrs. C a r 1 Mrs. Morganroth
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
Lichtenstein, social chairman, have
prepared the luncheon. Mrs. Shel- OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
don Schwartz will sing the anthems, announces recently installed offi-
accompanied by Mrs. George Bas- cers are Mesdames Herbert Gold-
sin. Invocation will be given by strom, president; Leslie Moss and
Mrs. Norman Cotner, and Mrs. James Bittker, vice presidents;
Pesach Sobel will lead the grace Samuel Nagel, Sheldon Simons and
after the meal. According to Mrs. Allen Weiss, secretaries; and Mar-
George Liss, co-chairman of the tin Selik, treasurer.
*
day, hostesses and arrangements
are headed by Mesdames Norman
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
Allan and Ben Morganroth, res- noon Tuesday at the Sholem Alei-
pectively, and Mrs. Joseph Katchke chem Institute. A review of camp
is publicity chairman. Cantor cases will be given by camp chair-
Nicholas Fanakel has prepared a man Mrs. Joe Fetter, and Mes-
special prayer for the event, and dames Milton Mellin and Michael
Rabbi Jacob Segal will greet the Dreyer will serve luncheon. New
group.
members will be initiated by Mrs.
*
*
Louis Saferstein, membership
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH chairman, and the yearly report
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB- will be given by Mrs. Jack Wein-
BATH LEAGUE will hold an open stein, president.
meeting 12:30 pm. Tuesday at
* * *
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah.
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
A luncheonette will be served, and City of Hope, will hold its final
Mrs. Becky Cohen will present a
noon Monday at Raleigh
program of Yiddish re a ding s. meeting
House, featuring a tribute to
Guests invited. Bus transportation mothers and mothers-in-law of the
will be provided from the Yeshivah
building on Dexter at 11:45 a.m. members and to Mrs. Thomas Ro-
senberg, founder and past presi-
* * *
dent. Mrs. Emanuel Schwartz, vice
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI- president, will report on member-
TUTE, Women's Division will hold ship and announces that all
a membership tea and lecture pledges and outstanding funds
12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Insti- must be - turned in. Included on
tute. Isaac Finkelstein will discuss the program will be 14-year-old
the life and literary works of pianist Gordon Goodman.
Moishe Kulbak. Mrs. Samuel Jacob-
* * *
son, membership chairman, will be
CHILDREN'S
ASTHMA RE-
hostess. Guests invited.
SEARCH INSTITUTE AND HOS-
* *
PITAL, Detroit League, will hold
Mrs. Roger D. Ettlinger was re- its final meeting of the year 12:30
elected president of SISTERHOOD p.m. Wednesday at the home of
of TEMPLE BETH EL at the 63rd Mrs. Samuel P. Baker, president,
annual meeting. Other officers 14444 Vassar. After luncheon, the
elected were: Mesdames Samuel program will include a demon-
Willis, Maerit D. Kallet, Samuel stration of wine and election of
C. Silver, John N. Grekin, vice- officers. Awards will be presented
presidents; :Mesdames Harvy Hu- to the following new life mem-
bar, John H. Redfield, Lester Hol- bers: Mesdames Samuel Baker,
lander, J. Leon Gittlen, Samuel J. Meyer Cooper, Bennett Feuberg,
Rands, secretaries; and Mrs. Ray- Peter Gilbert, Abe Goldstein, John
mond K. Rubiner, treasurer.
R. Herman, R. B. Newman, Theo-
* * *
dore Allesheimer, Phillip Ruskin
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR CHO- and Joseph Staub.
* *
LEM will hold an election of offi-
cers noon Monday at the home of
CLUB 2. Pioneer Women, will
Mrs. Simon Shifman, 17545 Ohio. meet noon Wednesday at the La-
* * *
bor Zionist Intitute, commemorat-
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer ing the Youth Aliyah movement.
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon- Mrs. Chana Michlin will speak
day at the home of Mrs. Isabel about the Habonim youth move-
Unrot, 19441 Mark Twain.
ment and the Aliyot Hanoar to Is-
* * *
rael. Refreshments will be served.
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD will Guests invited.
* *
install officers 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the synagogue.
YOUNG
ISRAEL
OF GREEN-
*
FIELD SISTERHOOD will hold
UNITED ORDER TRUE SIS- its annual rummage sale on Mon-
TERS, Detroit Chapter, will install day and Tuesday at the Ferndale
officers at a noon luncheon Tues- American Legion Hall. For pick-up
day at Northland Auditorium.
of rummage, call Mesdames Jos-
* * *
eph Grossman, LI 4-4084, or
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold a Charles Gellman, LI 8-6423. Pro-
white elephant 8 p.m. Wednesday ceeds will help equip the newly
at the temple.
installed kitchen in the synagogue.
* * *
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
will hold a board meeting 8:30 Mizrachi, will hold its election of
p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
officers 12:30 p.m. Monday at
* * *
Cong. Beth Yehudah.
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
(More Clubs, Page 24)
CIETY, Women's Auxiliary, will
THE
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Town
23
Friday, May 22, 1964
and Country Club.

Temple Beth El took place on May
17. An at-home reception for the
following Beth El confirmand
take place as listed:
EILEEN CAROL GOLDHOFF,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Goldhoff, 18254 Santa
Rosa, '7 to 10 p.m., May 31. No
cards.
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