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March 12, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 12, 1965-19

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UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY will hold
an open meeting 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Esther Berman
Building. Mrs. Isadore Goren, pro-
gram vice president, will introduce
Mrs. Leonard Edelman, chairman
of the day. The program, "Adven-
tures in Thailand" will be present-
ed by Mrs. Lawrence Levy, wife
of Dean Lawrence Levy of De-
fiance College, Ohio. Mrs. Levy,
who is making the trip especially
for the program, will describe the
experiences of her family while
Dr. Levy was head of the curricu-
lum of the International College
of Bangkok, under the auspices
of the U. S. Department of In-
formation, Dr. Levy was in Bang-
kok two years. Life membership
certificates will be presented by
Mrs. Jacob Axelrod, chairman;
and Vice President Mrs. Herman
Fishman will describe the paint-
ings donated by Mrs. Hoke Levin
for the current fund-raising pro-
ject. Dessert luncheon will be
served by Mrs. Irving Dworkin and
her committee. The public i in-
vited, according to President Mrs.
Elbert Diamond.
* *
JEWISH NAT I O N A L FUND
AUXILIARY will dedicate its next
meeting to the celebration of
Purim 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue. Main feature
will be a rendition of "Songs of
Our People" by Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel. He will
be accompanied at the piano by
Bella Goldberg. An original narra-
tion, "Songs of Shushan," by Mrs.
Mrs. Joshua Sperka will feature
David J. Cohen and Jacob Axel-
rod. Members are requested to
bring their blue-white boxes to
the meeting for clearance by Mrs.
Samuel Katz. box chairman. Mrs.
William Levin, program chairman,
announces a dessert luncheon will
be served.
* * *
DETROIT LADIES AUXIL-
IARY, American Medical Center
at Denver, will hold a Purim party
1 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish Cen-
ter, it was announced by Presi-
dent Mrs. Paul Shapiro.
* * *
DAVID - HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Leo Heiman, 19600 Roslyn.
The games party canceled in Feb-
ruary will be held 8 p.m. March
30 at Holiday Manor. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Philip Kutnick and
Mrs. Julius Spielberg. For tickets
and information, call Mrs. Morris
Weinstein, 535-5737. All tickets
will be honored.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold its East-
West Night Monday at Eureka
Temple. For reservations, call
Leona Desenberg, UN 4-2236, or
Grace Sheraga, UN 3-5095. Hon-
orees will be Ann Grossman, Sadie
Pearl and Paul a Stark, past
matrons, and Edward Stark, past
patron.
* * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold a Purim
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Young Israel Building. A comedy
skit will be presented by mem-
bers. and Mrs. Nathan Butrimo-
vitz will demonstrate the art of
making shtrudel. There will be
prizes and refreshments. Guests
invited.
* * *

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a Purim party noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. The program will be
presented by Fay Bookstein and
Dora Dworkin. Celia Plafkin is
Cultural Chairman.
• *
OAK PARK WEST GROUP,
Hadassah, will present its annual
buffet dinner-dance, "A Night on
Broadway," 9 p.m. Saturday at
Temple Emanu-El. Mrs. Irwin Kahn
is chairman of the dinner, and Mrs.
Howard Green is in charge of en-
tertainment. For reservations, call
Mrs. Sheldon Ross, LI 7-3398.

Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hear Rabbi M. Robert Syme deliver
the sixth and fi-
nal review in its
Book Review and
Breakfast Series
10 a.m. Monday
in the social hall.
Rabbi Syme will
review Erich Ma-
r i a Remarque's
"Night In Lis-
bon," a novel of a
Jew in flight from
the Nazis during
the early part

FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, Miz-
rachi Women, will hold its paid-
up membership dinner 6:30 p.m.
Monday at Imperial Caterers. A
musical program by Cantor Morde-
cai Adler and Max Sosin will be
presented. Guests invited. For
reservations, call Mrs. Milton Rad-
nor, UN 4-7391, or Mrs. Joseph
Ainbinder, LI 7-1988.

(More Clubs, Page 27)

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BETH AARON SISTERHOOD will
meet noon Monday in the social
hall. Mrs. George FreJson will
present the slate of officers and
board members for the coming
year. Mrs. Morris Ginsberg will
offer "A Living Newspaper," from
a script by the National Women's
League. In the cast are Mesdames
Benjamin H. Gorrelick, Bernard
Gaspas, Leo Gaspas, Abe Halem,
Louis Stotzky and Ben Wasserman.
Mrs. Charles Sovel is in charge of
costuming. Mrs. Hyman Fox will
serve refreshments. The public is
invited.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30 p.m.
Saturday in the home of Mrs. A.
M. Silverstein, 18482 Northlai,vn.
Guest speaker will be Yudi Gold-
berg.

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ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD

will hold the third in a series
of discussions on Jewish communi-
ties of the world at its next oneg
shabbat 1:30 p.m. Saturday in
the home of Judge and Mrs. Ira
G. Kaufman, 18701 Pennington.
Guest speaker Mrs. Asher Buch-
halter will present "A Traveler's
Impressions of Russia and Its Satel-
lites," said Mrs. Pesach Sobel, oneg
shabbat chairman. Dvar Torah
will be presented by Mrs. Nicholas
Fenakel, and the opening prayer
will be given by Mrs. Nicholas!
Lazar. Community singing will be
led by members of the sisterhood
choral group.
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS C HAP T E R,
Women's American ORT, will spon-
sor a "Mystery Bus Ride" 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday from the N o r t h-
land Playhouse parking lot. Buses
will carry the group to a place
where entertainment and a buffet 1
dinner will be provided. For tick-1
ets, call Mrs. Donald Ketai, LI
9-2475. Guests invited.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi, will •
hold its annual donor luncheon
noon March 24 at Beth Aaron
Synagogue. Lea Feldman will be
assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Milton
Winston and Mrs. David Berman,
and a committee composed of Mes-
dames I. M. Faxstein, Pearl Gold,
Abraham Kelman and Augusta
Subar. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Sidney Ravin. Soloist will be Ruth
Goldman, with Rose Mash accom-
panying on the piano.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Mrs. Lloyd Paul, 17240 E.
Goldwin, Southfield. Co-hostesses
will be Mrs. Morton Golditch and
Mrs. Clifford Klayman. Rabbi
James Gordon of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods will speak on "Passover
Symbolism and Its Effects on
Moderns."
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Mrs. Edward Engel will give
a reading on Purim. A social eve-
ning will follow. Hostesses will
be Mrs. Barney Woronoff and Mrs.
Samuel Byck. Guests invited..

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