Formed at Adas Shalom
ALPHA ALUMNAE, Nu Chap-
ter, Iota Alpha Pi, will hold its
annual fund - raising Night of
Games 8 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Stone, 16137
Sherfield. Proceeds will go to the
national scholarship fund of Iota
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BETH LAVIE will meet 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Jack Goldman, 18244 Cher-
NEW STUDY CLUB will meet
9 a.m. Wednesday at the Esther
Berman Building for a tour of
Sinai Hospital and the Home for
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a meeting
of the nominating committee 8 p.m.
Monday in the home of Mrs. Harold
Kozloff, 19510 Renfrew. Included
in the committee will be past presi-
dents Mesdames Sidney A. Deitch,
Thomas Rosenberg, Abe Eizelman
and Harold Kozloff. Board mem-
bers attending will be Mesdames
Harold Burnstein, Louis Alpert, Al
Goren, Louis Markle and Harold
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Leave Everything to Us
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
Detroit Chapter, National
Women's Committee of Brandeis
University, will hold its annual
spring election meeting noon
Wednesday at Temple Emanu-El.
Following a subscription luncheon,
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
hold a regular and board meeting
noon Monday in the home of Mrs.
Philip Lowell, 12946 Santa Clara.
Mrs. Sidney Tauber, program
chairman, will present Mrs. Law-
rence Wember, who will review a
recent book. Mrs. Harry Weiner
and Mrs. Murray Adelson will give
a comprehensive case report. Mrs.
Kaufman and Unger
Harry Shulman, honorary presi-
Joseph Kaufman and John Unger dent, will preside. Luncheon will be
will perform in a duo-piano pro- served.
gram. The two 14-year-olds, who
AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
have played for many groups in
the community, will be presented PTA will hold its monthly board
by Mrs. Walter Fields, program meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
chairman. For reservations, call home of Mrs. David Dombey, 14500
Mrs. Audrey Jacobs, LI 7-1052, or Park, Oak Park.
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Mrs. Carl Rosman, UN 3-5463.
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
Mesdames Alvin Barnett, Jules
Englander, Herbert Kallett and hold a combined board and gen-
Raymond Robbins are in charge eral meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at
of luncheon arrangements. T h e the synagogue. Mrs. Emil Spilman,
fund-raising chairman, will report
on final arrangements for the an-
will highlight its
nual spring donor luncheon, to be
held April 7. For reservations, call
paign with t h e
Mrs. Isadore Katz, LI 7-6837, or
"Life Line" proj-
Mrs. Morris Young, LI 5-3414. Hos-
ect Sunday when
tesses Monday will be Mesdames
life members will
Harry Pearson, William Reid, Gol-
c a 11 prospective
die Kane and Marion Otis.
members 10 a.m.
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to 3:30 p.m. Mrs.
will hold its
"Cabaret Night" 9 p.m. Saturday
in the Pythian hall. Refreshments,
president, advises Mrs. Band
that all women who are residents dancing and a floor show will be
of the state are eligible to join. featured. For reservations, call
Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman is life Junebeth Altman, LI 8-0051. Tickets
will be available at the door.
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DETROIT LINK, l Order of the
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet Golden Chain, will hold a testi-
12:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Sholem monial luncheon honoring Mrs.
Aleichem Institute. A demonstra- Harvey Kozin noon Tuesday in the
tion of exercises has been arranged Playboy Club. For information or
by Mrs. Mitchell Kent. The league reservations, call Mrs. Marvin
is also preparing for its spring Wolf, LI 4-3619. Newly elected of-
bazaar, to be held April 27 under ficers are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
the chairmanship of Mrs. Bernard Wolf, worthy patron and matron;
Cohen. For tickets and informa- Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Waronoff,
tion, call Mrs. Bernard Becker, EL associate patron and matron; and
6-1516, or Mrs. Bert Swartz, UN Mesdames Sam Goldstein, asso-
ciate conductress, Sid Gorosh,
secretary, and Harvey Kozin,
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CLUB WILL hold a Purim party
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Sholem
Aleichem Institute. An Israeli
movie, "Man on a Bus," and a
program of games will highlight
the evening. Refreshments will be
served. Guests invited. Mrs. Phil
Bricker and Mrs. Jack Aaron, case
workers, will supply Passover food
to needy families in the commun-
ity and in Israel.
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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
in this dramatic im-
Women,• will hold a business meet-
ported, tissue silk bro-
ing noon Wednesday in the Labor
cade gown — each in
Zionist Institute. Rose Lazerman
its own color of custom
and Hilda Iwrey will serve as hos-
imported fabric, no two
tesses. The chapter honored mem-
alike. The skirt is a
ber Mrs. Harry Mandell who has
massed frou-frou of silk
spiritually adopted a child in Is-
petals, shorter in front
to show a pretty leg
and clips to the floor,
BETH SHALOM SISTER-
in back, for added
HOOD will hold the last book re-
view of its current series 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the synagogue.
Judge Burton R. Shifman of the
Others from 89.95 up
Oak Park Municipal Court will re-
view "Children of the Gilded
Ghetto," by Seymour and Judith
Leventman. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
(More Clubs Page 27)
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To Give Data on Israel
Dov Shephatiah, Midwestern di-
rector of the Aliyah department of
the Jewish Agency, will be in De-
troit Monday and Tuesday to coun-
sel persons seeking information
about settling in Israel. For ap-
pointments call him at the Labor
Zionist Institute, DI 1-0669.
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hear Mrs. Leo Keeps review sev-
eral of Edward Lewis Wallant's
novels 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Hadassah House. The latest news
from National Hadassah will be
presented by Mrs. Nathan Goldman.
Dessert luncheon will be served.
The new, young-married couples'
group of Adas Shalom Synagogue
will hold an organizational meet-
ing and brunch 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day in the social hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liss will
head the steering committee. Plans
for future programing will be
formed and officers elected. Fol-
lowing the brunch, the WXYZ
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