Arlazaroff Meeting Set
A meeting of Arlazaroff Branch,
Farband Labor Zionist Order. will
take place 8 p.m. Wednesday, at
MISS PHYLLIS LEFCOURT
Sheruth League will hold its
Spring Bazaar 12:30-4 p.m. April
27 at Sholem Aleichem Institute.
will be served to
guests t h r
out t h e after- .
noon. Mrs. Ber-
obtained a vari-
ety of booths
from antique jew-
elry and furni-i
ture to gloves, Mrs. Cohen
boutique items, candy, aprons, cos-
metics, art and baked goods. A
hand-knitted afghan made by mem-
bers of Sheruth will be awarded,
along with a variety of prizes.
Proceeds will benefit needy chil-
dren of the community. For tickets
and information, call Mrs. Bernard
Becker, 356-9097, or Mrs. Bert
Swarts, UN 4-8831.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marshall N. Lef-
court of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engagement of
their daughter Phyllis to Jack
Winograd of Windsor.
The bride-elect is a senior in
Wayne State University's college
of education, and is affiliated with
KL\TNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her
fiance attends Wayne State's col- Women. will hold a membership
tea and Passover program 12:30
lege of business administration.
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
A Dec. 26 wedding is planned.
Institute. A short meeting will pre-
cede the program, arranged by
membership chairman Rebecca
Cohen. Guest speaker will be Mil-
Set by Detroit League
dred Weiss. Co-hostesses will be
A donor luncheon kick-off pro- Frances Shayne, Tania Berman and
gram is scheduled by Detroit Sophie Tatelman. Members are
League, Children's Asthma Re- asked to bring new members.
search Institute and Hospital, for Guests invited.
12:30 p.m. April 28 at the home
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of Mrs. Irving Goldberg, 19457
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Dr. Bruce Danto, psychiatrist Women, will hold a social meeting
and research psychologist with Re- noon Wednesday at the Leonard
ceiving Hospital, will speak on emo- Kromirs home, 18400 I 1 e n e. The
tional problems of college students. group has started a fund for a
scholarship in memory of Michael
Luncheon will be served.
Proceeds from the donor event, Blumenstein, son of member Mrs.
to be held May 12 at the Rooster- Sonia Blumenstein. Contributions
tail Restaurant, will go toward the may be sent to Mrs. Sol Schwartz,
children's home in Denver. For 22121 Harding, Oak Park.
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tickets, call Mrs. Joshua Karbal,
CLUB will pre-
sent an all-student program at the
next general meeting 12:30 p.m.
New Look in Tempo
Tuesday at the Jewish Center.
Tempo has a new tobacco blend Among the selections to be per-
for more tobacco taste — old - formed are a Mozart Quintet and
fashioned flavor in a charcoal-tip Duo No. 3 for Clarinet and Cello
cigarette. Tempo's filter has a sec- by Beethoven. Chairman of the day
tion of charcoal granules bound to- will be Mrs. Ezra Lipkin. Guests
gether plus a white fiber outer invited.
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CLUE TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon April 28 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A musical
program will be presented by Muni
Mark, and an Israeli film will be
shown. Guests invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a business-
with decorator fold.
social meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
Removed, measured and
day in the home of Mrs. Irving
rehung to your satisfaction.
Stepek, 18287 Santa Rosa. Guests
Commercial — Residential
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Phone for free estimates
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, installed Mrs. Marvin
R. Wolf as matron and Mr. Wolf
patron at recent ceremonies. Other
officers are Mrs. Abraham Waron-
off, associate matron; Mr. Waron-
8914 W. 7 Mile Rd.,
off, associate patron; Mrs. Sam
Goldstein, associate conductress;
and Mrs. Sidney Gorosh, secretary.
Diana and Helen
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold its
"Friends Night" 7:45 p.m. Mon-
day in Eureka Temple. Ionic Chap-
ter will exemplify the degrees.
Esther Tenzer. Harold Helper and
Sylvia Harvith will be honored.
Refreshments will be served after
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SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its Passover
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
home of Edith Katz, 21801 Hard-
ing, Oak Park. Members are asked
to bring their own Passover reci-
pes and. if possible, a sample. The
chapter will hold its annual Moth-
ers and Daughters installation din-
ner May 11 at Imperial Caterers.
For reservations, call Molly Sil-
berschein, LI 5-1953, or Adele Oz-
rovitz, LI 5-6163.
Jewish Women European Wel-
fare Organization will hold a
board meeting noon Monday in the
home of Mrs.
sky, 3378 Rich-
ton. Plans will
. be made for the
p donor luncheon,
to be held May
the Labor Zionist Institute.
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
Irene .Schumer will be guest
hold a regular and board meeting speaker, and Bella Goldberg will
12:30 p.m. April 26 in the Metro- present a musical program. Re-
politan Federal Savings Bank, 14 freshments will be served. Guests
Mile Rd. and Southfield. Mrs. Vir-
ginia Richards will speak on "Dec-
orating With Color and Light."
Mesdames Harry Weiner and Mur-
ray Adelson will give a compre-
hensive case report. Guests invited.
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GROUP, Hadassah, will present
an original skit entitled "Quota
Capers" 8 p.m. April 27 in Ha-
IN THE MARKET FOR
dassah House. Husbands and guests
invited. Refreshments will be
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MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will meet 9 p.m. April 26
in the social hall. Allan Gould, a
teacher in the center's religious
school, will speak on "Mississippi
as Seen Through the Eyes of a
Jew." Refreshments will be
served. Guests invite-d.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, will
hold a Passover meeting 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Michael Michlin, Detroit
educator and principal of the Beth
Abraham Branch of the United
Hebrew Schools, will speak on
"Passover, the Holiday of Spring
and Liberation." Mrs. Sarah Freed-
man will recite from Yiddish litera-
ture, and holiday refreshments will
be served. Guests invited.
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
wil hold a meeting of its study
group 10 a.m. Tuesday in the home
of Mrs. Emil Spilman, 18248
Stratford, Southfield. Mrs. Ernest
Slobin will review "The Life of
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GERTRUDE VIEDRAH CLUB,
cancer philanthropy, will hold its
annual games party 8:30 p.m. April
27 at Oak Manor. This is a change
from the original date of April
26. For information, call Molly
Starman, UN 3-5796.
Baltimore Sinai Gets
$125,000 for Training
BALTIMORE (JTA) — A grant
totaling $125,000 to be used over
a five-year period for the training
of residents and interns in the
various aspects of psychiatry that
would be most helpful in their
specialties has been awarded Sinai
Hospital's Department of Psychi-
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21184 GREENFIELD ROAD
IN THE GREEN - 8 SHOPPING CENTER
Kosher Zion Offers Meats
Approved for Passover
Local delicatessen and super-
markets now have available a full
line of Kosher Zion foods marked
"kosher for Passover."
These include frankfurters, pas-
trami, peppered beef, liver sausage,
corned beef, knackwurst, salami
and bologna. Kosher Zion's pure
beef delicatessen products are
government inspected and under
strict orthodox rabbinical supervi-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 16, 1965-27
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