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May 29, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-29

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Workmen's Circle Sets
Weekend Activities

omens CO) activities

ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
LIVONIA C 0 N G REGATION
American Legion, has scheduled SISTERHOOD will hold its final
its annual luncheon and games meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
party for noon Tuesday at Fed- Maly-Cohen Branch of the United
eral's Auditorium, Grand River Hebrew Schools. Mrs. Saul Raimi,
and Oakman Blvd. Prizes and program chairman, announces
entertainment will be featured, that slides of the New York
with proceeds going to charity. World's Fair will be shown. Guests
Guests invited. For information invited. Refreshments will be
call Lydia Slakter, vice president, served. The sisterhood's semi-
VE 6-8174, or Helen Wolf, presi- annual rummage sale will be held
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the
dent, 342-7756.
synagogue building. Such articles
*
*
as clothing, household goods and
MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF DE-
TROIT will hold its annual lunch- books will be available. For infor-
eon noon Tuesday at Imperial mation, call Mrs. Morris Herman,
Caterers. A cocktail reception will chairman, GA 7-0197, or Mrs. Sam
precede the luncheon. Pnina Siegel, KE 7-5431.
* * *
Schwartz, lyric soprano, will per-
BETH
SHALOM
SISTERHOOD
form, accompanied by Mrs. Robert
officers and members of the board
Bates. Officers will be installed,
announces Mrs. Henry Gall, chair- will be installed by Rabbi Morde-
man of the day. .Guests invited. cai Halpern at an installation tea
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
For reservations, call Mrs. Fay
Wald, 535.3823, or Mrs. Rose Bas- gogue. Mrs. Jerry Efros is reelect-
ed president, and other officers
sin, UN 1-2701.
are Mesdames Sidney Berg,
* * *
Charles Factor, Jackie Gill, Harold
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer Glass, Walter Herbach, David
Women, will hold its closing meet-
M o s s, Jerome Rapoport, Leo
ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Schwartz and Milton Zimmerman.
home of Mrs. Ben Meyers, 19372 A musical program will follow,
Ohio. Mrs. Paul Feldman, past featuring Cantor Ruben Erlbaum
president, will speak on her recent and Mesdames Norman Schakne,
trip to Israel. Guests invited.
Harvey Sibrack and David Moss.
* * *
Chairman is Mrs. Aaron Wallis.
MICHAEL C. STARK CHAP- Guests invited.
TER, Children's Leukemia Foun-
* * *
dation, will meet 8 p.m. Monday
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
at the home of Margo Silver, 16155 City of Hope, will hold its annual
Kentucky. A cooking demonstra- Tag Day campaign throughout the
tion will be presented. For infor- downtown area June 10, it was
mation, call Mrs. Silver, 862-5631. announced by Mrs. Elliot Schubi-
* * *
ner, who is directing the campaign.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, Volunteers are asked to call Mrs.
will hold its annual luncheon noon Schubiner, 357-5166, or Mrs. Sey-
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist mour Schwartz, volunteer chair-
Institute. Guest speaker will be man, UN 4-7294. Proceeds will go
Emanuel Mark, who recently visit- to the free, nonsectarian National
ed Israel. Guests invited.
Medical Center. The group's execu-
* * *
tive board will meet 8:30 p.m.
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Monday in the home of Mrs. Abe
Women's American ORT, will hold Eizelman, 17549 Pennington. Plans
its culminating luncheon program will be made for the Midwest
noon Monday at the home of Mrs. Regional Conference to be held in
Sidney Bertin, 19444 Parkside. A Detroit during June.
petite buffet luncheon will be
* * *
served, followed by an installation
NORTHWEST N'SHEI CHABAD
of officers, with Mrs. Jack Rubin STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
reelected president. "A Panorama p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
of ORT Through Music" will be Jonathan Baiter, 17208 0 h i o.
- presented by soprano Ruth Gold- Speaker will be Rabbi Batter.
man. Accompanist will be Rose
* * *
Mash.
OAK
PARK
N'SHEI CHABAD
* * *:
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN- p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
TER AT DENVER, Detroit Ladies Kane, 24247 Rensselaer. Guest
Auxiliary, will hold a luncheon speaker will be Rabbi G. Werner.
* * *
meeting noon Tuesday at the
Jewish Center. Honored will be
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
Mesdames Sol Atkins, Oscar Garri- the Eastern Star, will meet 7:45
son, Martin Landes, Max Eilbaum p.m. Monday at Eureka Temple.
and Mandel Haron.
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will hold its annual installation
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Tam O'Shanter Country Club.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold its
paid-up membership luncheon noon
Wednesday at Fisher's,

* * *

Radomer Board to Meet

There will be a Memorial Day
observance 1 p.m. Sunday on the
grounds of the Workmen's Circle
Cemetery, Gratiot and 14 Mile
Rds.
Members who need transporta-
tion will be picked up at noon at
the W. C. Center.

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold an executive board meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alfield
will be host and hostess. Discus-
sion will be on Israel Bonds.
Dinner will be served.

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UNITED ORDER TRUE SIS-
TERS announces that newly in-
stalled officers are Mesdames Saul
Kaplan, president; Leonard Pinter,
vice president; Joseph Lupovich,
Gerald Rosenbloom and Harry
Morse, secretaries; Alan Colman,
treasurer; Elliott Cohen, mentor;
Leon Becker, warden; Ben Gold-
hoff, guardian; and Herman Schon-
berg, monitress.
* * *
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY AUXILIARY announces
next year's officers are Mesdames
Howard Appelman, president; San-
ford Bennett, Leonard. Hakin, Sol
Sakwa, David Morton, and Victor
Horowitz, vice presidents; Oscar
Silverstein, Sander Klein, Eugene
Pious and Arnold Axelrod, secre-
taries; and Norman Schakne, treas-
urer. Twenty-five-year members
recently honored are Mesdames
Robert L. Cowen, Sol C. Grossman,
Max Lichter, Ben Marks, Hyman
Mellen and Harry Weisberg.

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Phone 873-4600.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 29, 1964
15

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officers 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Carl's Chop House. For reserva-
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INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
will present a one-act play, "Did
You Say Mink?" as part of its
annual installation luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Town and Country
Club. Directed by Mrs. Sydney
Berman; the cast includes Mes-
dames Eleanor Riseman, Sophie
Shapiro, Ruth Berman, Shirley
Merson, Freda Fisher, Vera Brode,
Helen Klein, Bernice Katz, Dor-
othy Freeman, Alice Farber, and
Evelyn Rochlin. For reservations,
call Mesdames Leonard Baron,
353-3844, or Julius Stross, 341-6191.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a social meeting
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Current events
will be discussed.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE - ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at Jericho Tem-
ple. Election of officers will be
held, and final arrangements for
the installation made.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold its
installation luncheon noon June 8
at Raleigh 'House. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. B. Chestnut, 356-
2804, or Mrs. G. Horton, UN 4-6303.
* *
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation
luncheon 12:30 p.m. June 6 at
Carl's Chop House. New officers
being installed include Mesdames
r r i s Mittleman, president;
Michael Wilson, Simon Slutsky
and Alex Schreier, vice presidents;
Nathan Glenner, Joseph Meizler,
Leon Baum, Philip Herman and
Ben Weinstein, secretaries; and
Henry Abrams, treasurer.

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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute, an-
nounces Mrs. Sara Levine, presi-
dent. Mrs. Rebecca Warren, re-
cently returned from Israel, will
speak on the various functions of
Pioneer Women . Refreshments
will be served.
• *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
announces that Mrs. Benjamin
Weiss was elected president at the
annual meeting of the ..sisterhood.
Other elected officers include Mes-
dames Karl Greenberg, Jerome
Lechner, Sol Grand, and William
Morin, vice presidents; Theodore
Kohn, Nathan Wrubel, Leon Mos-
kovitz and Louis Neuman, secre-
taries; Leslie Rosenberg, treas-
urer; Harry Gunsberg, chaplain;
and Harry Markle, parliamentar-
ian.

Workmen's Circle Branch 460-E
will hold a family picnic Saturday,
at Highland recreation area. Mem-
bers will gather 11 a.m. at Tele-
graph and Maple and proceed
from there.
A program of games, nature
hikes and discussion groups has
been planned by the social com-
mittee headed by Mrs. Abraham
Brownston. Guests invited.

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