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August 21, 1964 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-21

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Lady Reading, First Woman in House of Lords, Gives
Unprecedented Speech at American Bar Association

women's Clubs

DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a meeting
of the board of executives at the
home of President Mrs. Harold
Kozloff, 19510 Renfrew, 11 a.m.
Monday. Mrs. Earl Shipper, mem-
bership chairman, reports that
new memberships may be sub-
mitted only until Sept. 1. For
further information, call her at
FL 6-1585. A "Get-Acquainted
Evening" will be held Sept. 9
by invitation only.
* * *
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION will
hold a luncheon lecture 12:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Institute. Moishe
Haar, director of the Institute,
will speak on "William Shake-
speare, the One and Only." Host-
esses for the afternoon will be
Mesdames Sarah Friedman and
Pauline Finkelstein. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Finkelstein, 548-
6856.
* * *
PAULA STARK CLUB is spon-
soring a theatre party 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 30 at Northland Playhouse.
For tickets for Rodgers and Ham-
merstein's "Sound of Music," call
Fay Horwitz, UN 2-1197; or Paula
Stark, EL 6-0205.
* * *

ROSENWALD LADIES' AUXIL-
ARY, American Legion, will hold
an executive board meeting 8:30
p.m. Wednesday, at Cong Beth
Yehuda. Plans will be made for
the October installation and char-
ity affairs for the coming year.
All officers are asked to attend.
* *

ELEANOR ROSEVELT GROUP,
Hadassah will hold a compli-
mentary membership tea 8 p.m.,
Sept. 1, at Hadassah House. Mrs.
Alvin Spector, programming vice
chairman, and her committee will
present a short skit. For informa-
tion call LI 8-4751, LI 3 6870 or
342 5074.
* * *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will hold
their first board meeting of the
new administration Wednesday, 8
p.m., at the Jewish Center on 10
Mile.
* * *

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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its first meeting
of the year 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Bessie
Berris, past council president.
Newly elected president Mrs. Sol
Schwartz will head Mesdames Abe
Primack and Leonard Kromins,
vice_ presidents; Philip Saslove,
treasurer; and Morris Order, Isa-
dore Becker, Fred Hayer and Al-
fred Hoffer, secretaries.
* *
CHILDREN UNLIMITED w ill
hold a board meeting 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Sam
Goss, 15041 Burton, Oak Park, to
prepare cannisters and kits for
Tag Day, Sept. 30.
*
ZEDAKAH CLUB will have a
carnival booth Thursday for pa-
tients at Ypsilanti State Hospital,
according to hospital chairman
Mesdames Al Blumenthal and J.
Miller. All merchandise in the
booth will be donated by members
of the club, and the project is
supervised by Rabbi Grushkin.

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HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
hold a combination board and reg-
ular meeting 12:30 p.m. Aug. 31
at the home of Mrs. Abe Sina-
berg, 18000 Ilene. Mrs. Jack Ro-
senberg will be hostess for the
luncheonette. Plans will be com-
pleted for the annual donor lunch-
eon, according to Mrs. Sol A,
Miller, president.
*
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION,
North Woodward Branch, will hold
its first meeting of the season
noon Tuesday at Jericho Temple.
Mrs. Morris Haut, president, an-
nounces that refreshments will be
served. Guests invited.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
hold a garden party and luncheon
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Julius Feigelman, 18280
Maryland, Southfield. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Ernest Slobin,
garden party chairman, 547-2740;
or Mrs. Emil Spilman, fund rais-
ing chairman, 356-7891. Guests
invited.

Slides, President's Report to Highlight
Detroit Hadassah Kickoff for '64-65

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will
hold its first meeting of the 1964-
65 term 12:45 p.m. Sept. 1 at the
Studio-8 Theatre, Greenfield north
of Eight Mile.
Mrs. Joseph Hamerman, former
national vice president, will speak
on "Taking Stock in Hadassah,"
demonstrating Hadassah's various
projects with slides and movies.
A veteran Zionist leader, Mrs.
Hamerman has held every key
post in the organization. She will
be introduced by Mrs. Harold Hoff-
man, chapter program vice presi-
dent.
Chapter President Mrs. Max

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DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
ANEEIM will meet noon Wednes-
day at Cong. Beth Yehuda. It is
important that all members attend
this special meeting.
* a a
BLOCH - ROSE AUXILIARY is
sponsoring a moonlit cruise to
Bob-Lo 9 p.m. Saturday. Tickets
will be sold at the boat landing.
Guests invited.

c

ORT's Michigan
Region Will Open
Antique Shop

A unique shop called "The
Switching Post" will open shortly
after Labor Day, at 19163 Liver-
nois, north of Seven Mile Road.
Sponsored by Michigan Region of
Women's American ORT, the shop
will specialize in the sale of high
quality antiques and gifts, accord-
ing to Mrs. Edwin Rosenthal, Jr.,
chairman. Furniture, silver choice
porcelains, art objects will be some
of the items for sale to the general
public.
"The Den of Antiquity," located
in the lower level, will feature
primitives, early Americana and
less expensive merchandise.
There will be pick-up facilities
for merchandise not hand portable.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-
day through Friday.
Assisting Mrs. Rosenthal are
Mrs. David Feerer, co-chairman,
and the committee members Mes-
dames George Blumenthal, Joseph
Falk, Charles Fainberg, William
Fleishman, Samuel Hamburger,
Harry Jacobson, Benjamin Levin-
son, Lawrence Levi, Sam Levin,
Lester Morris, Morey Rosenthal,
Abe Shiffman, Adolph Schloss and
Sidney Weisman.
The office of the Michigan Re-
gion of Women's American ORT
will occupy a portion of the build-
ing, advises Mrs. Nathan H.
Schlafer, president of the region.
All proceeds from the shop will
go towards the support of ORT's
600 schools located in 20 countries
throughout the world.

Lichter will report on the recent
national convention in Los Ange-
les, taking stock of Hadassah's
health and welfare projects in
Israel and plans for future de-
velopments.
This meeting will be the kick-
off of Hadassah's annual honor
roll campaign, directed by Mrs.
Samuel Rhodes, chapter fund-rais
ing vice president.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be group fund-raising vice presi-
dents Mesdames Morris Auerbuch,
Edward Gebbs, Morris Gould, Er-
vin Horvith, David Keys, Lewis
Milgrom, John Mann, Samuel Mil-
ler, David Pink, Richard Rosen-
thal, Saul Schwartz, Aaron Zamek
and Bernard Zendel.
Mrs. Ben Lindenbaum will head
the social committtee, and Mrs.
Norman Rosenfeld will direct the
creation of decorations and ex-
hibits.
Groups have organized car pools,
and those who desire transporta-
tion should call their car pool
chairman. For further informa-
tion, call Hadassah House, BR
3-5441. Guests are invited.

NEW YORK—A lady with no She also discussed the role
fear of upsetting precedent, the the House of Lords for the e9.
Dowager Marchioness of Reading, sem.bled lawyers, basing her speech
on her own experiences as an inr.
who in 1958 became the first depent.
woman to be seated in the House
of Lords, last week added to her
"Law is founded not on theory
record by becoming apparenly the but upon nature."
—Cicero
first woman to address the Amer-
ican Bar Association.
Lady Reading, the widow of the
former Lord Chief Justice of
Britain, in her address drew great-
ly on her knowledge of her hus-
band and his backgr oun d. She
pointed out that the son of a Jew-
ish fruit merchant in London who
became the King's viceroy in India
was an excellent example of the
mobility of England, which is still
considered traditional and aristo-
cratic.

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ORT Activities, President
Considered for Citations

Mrs. Max M. Rosenberg, Nation-
al President of Women's American
ORT, of Short Hills, N.J.,
and the organization itself have
recently been named semi-finalists
in the Lane Bryant Annual Awards
competition and have been honor-
ed with citations in cerognition of
outstanding community service in
1963.
These citations mean that Mrs.
Rosenberg and Women's American
ORT are among those being active-
ly considered for the two awards
of $1,000 given annually to en-
courage voluntary participation in
efforts designed to benefit Am-
erican home and community life.

Mizrachi Women's Parley

"Growth in Freedom" will be
the theme of the 39th annual na-
tional convention of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America,
it was announced here by Mrs.
Eli Resnikoff, national president of
the women's religious-Zionist or-
ganization. The four-day conven-
tion will open in New York City
Oct. 4.
The New York convention will
highlight Mizrachi Women's par-
ticipation at the World's Fair in an
officially designated "Mizrachi
Women's Day" at the fairgrounds,
the closing day of the convention,
Oct. 7.

It's very refreshing to visit Israel
because everyone tells you the
truth. On the way from the airport
to my Tel Aviv hotel, the cabbie
told me that tourism was the sec-
ond largest industry in Israel.
"What's the first?" I asked him
"Bragging."—Art Buchwald in the TILE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 21, 1964 27
New York Herald Tribune.

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