Grand Rapids to Host
Hadassah Parley ; 10
Detroiters to Attend
Michigan Region of Hadassah,
the women's Zionist organization
of Am erica. will o l d athree-day
regional conference in Grand
Rapids' Pantlind Hotel starting
Theme will be "Towards A Bet-
ter World," and highlighting the
May 4 evening banquet as speaker
will be Mrs. Mortimer Jacobson,
national president of Hadassah.
Over-all chairman is Mrs. Ben
At one of many panel discus-
sions, Mrs. I Jerome Hauser of
Detroit will be chairman. She also
will head an American and Zion-
ist affairs workshop, which in-
cludes a discussion of Soviet Jewry.
Following afternoon seminars on
-fund raising and education, there
will be the banquet presenting Mrs.
The conference will close after
a brunch session Wednesday.
Speakers at the conference will in-
clude Detroiter Mrs. David Schac-
ter, president of the _Michigan
Region of Hadassah, and Mrs. Sid-
ney Muskin, president of the
Grand Rapids chapter.
Delegates from Detroit are Mes-
dames Max L. Lichter, I. Jerome
Hauser, Harold Hoffman, Jack
Perlman. Edward Wishnetsky,
Anna Johnson, Milton Freedman,
David Schachter, Carl Schiller and
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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
Jewish Women European Wel-
fare Organization will hold a pre-
donor luncheon meeting noon Mon-
day at Jericho Temple. Final plans
FIDELITY LADIES CLUB will will be announced for the 45th
hold a mother and daughter lunch-1 annual event, set for noon Wednes-
eon at noon, Monday, May 10 at day at Imperial Kosher Caterers,
Topinka's on W. Seven Mile Rd. according to president Mrs. Morris
There will be games and prizes.
Members are asked to bring guests. I
For reservations call Lillian Gor-
man, UN 2-0734, or Ann Lobel,
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon May 12 in the
Labor Zionist Institute. Aaron Bor-
enstein will be guest speaker at the
meeting celebrating Independence
Day. A program will be presented
by the culture committee. Refresh-
IN THE MARKET FOR
ments will be served. Guests in-
A DIAMOND RING?
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Adas Shalom Sisterhood will in - BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
stall officers at a luncheon noon will hold its final board meeting
Monday in the social hall. Accord- of the season noon Monday in the
ing to Mrs. Milton Weiss, chair- small chapel. The luncheon will be
man of the day,
in honor of outgoing President
a program w i 11
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman. New officers
be presented by
are Mesdames Samuel Wasserman.
t h e sisterhood's
president; Leo Gaspas, Morris
choral group, di- ,
Ginsberg and Joseph Medwed, vice
rected by Mrs.
presidents; Louis Stotzky, treas-
Jack Mash. Selec-
urer; Marvin Last, Hyman Leven-
tions from "Fid-
son, David Caplan, Robert Ostrow
dler on the Roof"
and Abraham Halem, secretaries;
and "Exodus, Old
Leo Weingarden and George Fred-
and New" will be
son, executive aides; and Albert
Kaplan and Jack Shenlonan, trus-
tees. Board members are Mesdames
Bernard Gaspas, Sidney Goodman,
Louis Honigman, Seymour Horo-
witz, Meyer Millman. Jack Mittle-
man, Herbert Rosen, Jerome Sil-
1 Berman, Michael Weiner and Ben
and Jacob Segal. Mrs. Morganroth !Wasserman.
* * *
Social chairmen are Mrs. Carl Lich-
tenstein and Mrs. Nicholas Lazar.
CLUB KINNERET, Pioneer
Mrs. George Liss, past president, Women, will present a program
will install Mesdames Ben Morgan- dedicated to Mother's Day 12:30
roth, president; Joseph Katchke, p.m. Wednesday in the Labor Zion-
Nat Goldstone and Louis Wein- ist Institute. Chairman is Frances
stein, vice presidents; Philip Cam- Shayne. Hostesses will be Ruth
eron, treasurer; and Carl Lichten- Schecter and Edith Shapiro.
* * *
stein, Morris Botwin, William Zim-
merman, Martin Share and Ben
TOWN AND COUNTRY CRAF-
Banes, secretaries. For reserva- TER, Women's American ORT, will
tions, call Mrs. Weiss, UN 2-3077, hold its eighth annual installation
or Mrs. Albert Goldstein, LI 3-8287. of officers and the Mothers and
Daughters Banquet 6:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Imperial Caterers. A tribute
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi honoring ORT's 85th birthday will
Women. will meet 8:30 p.m. Tues- be given by Mrs. Sol Galper. The
day in the home of Mrs. Seymour dramatics groups will perform a
Ribiat; 24700 Radclift, Oak Park, skit written by Mrs. Melvin
to hear Allan Gould, a senior in Schwartz and directed by Mrs. Mel-
Wayne State University's Monteith vin Klein. Chairman for the eve-
College, who worked last summer ning is Mrs. Ben Brant, and Mrs.
in the Freedom School in Mississip- Arnold Tanzman will deliver the
pi. He will speak on "If I Forget linvocation. Mrs. Paul Sherizen will
Thee, Mississippi," following a short install Mesdames Sol Cohen, presi-
Israel Independence Day program. dent; Bernard Zaffern, Iry Markel,
Guests invited. Members are asked Morton Siegel, Melvin Schwartz
to bring material for the May 11 and Harry Jubas, vice prseidents;
rummage sale. Election of officers Clifford Klayman, Albert Lichtman
also will be held.
and Jack Oppenheim, secretaries;
* * *
and Sidney Liberman, treasurer.
OAK PARK CHAPTER, Order For information and reservations,
of the Eastern Star, will hold its call Mrs. George Schwartz, 356-
second annual Mothers' and Chil- 66'25.
dren's Banquet 6:30 p.m. May 10
• * *
at Imperial Kosher Caterers. En-
BOOK REVIEW CLUB, Pioneer
tertainment and surprises will be Women. will hear a review of
featured. F o r information a n d Henry Roth's "Call It Sleep" at its
tickets, call Mrs. Lillian Luzkow, next meeting and oneg shabbat
LI 6-2519, or Mrs. Marlene Katz, 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Alex Schreier, 13322 Borg-
man, Huntington Woods. Guests
invited, according to Mrs. Frank
Rath, vice president of education
for the Detroit Council of Pioneer
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SISTERS OF ZION. Mizrachi,
will meet noon Thursday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue. Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick will speak, and Mrs.
I David Berman will give a report
on the group's fund-raising events.
A dipping of crystals
and intricate beading
* * *
on the empire waist
of this ethereal dream
MICHAEL C. STARK CHAPTER,
of a chiffon gown
with fullness falling
Children's Leukemia Foundation,
softly in floating
will hold its monthly meeting 8
panels from the low,
low back that makes
p.m. Monday in the Big Boy Res-
you a vision dancing.
taurant, 20225 W. Eight Mile. A
Available in Pink,
French Blue. Mauve
movie entitled "The New Detroit"
and Gold. All sizes.
will be shown.
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A V 0 D A H CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet for luncheon
and election of officers noon Tues-1
day in the home of Mrs. Ben Mey-
69.95 to 300.00
ers, 19372 Ohio.
American Legion, will hold an exe-
cutive board meeting and luncheon
1 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Bertha Goldstein, 23410 Geneva,
Eves. 'til 9
Oak Park. The auxiliary's annual
luncheon in June and games party
will be discussed. A regular meet-
ing will be held 8:30 p.m. May 12
at Cong. Beth Yehudah.
EZRA AID TO ISRAEL will
hold a noon luncheon given by
Bertha Weisman Monday at the
home of Mary Zate, 20524 Sor-
corner nine mile
rento. Guests invited.
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