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May 07, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 7, 1965-19

Women's Chi&

"Women's Guild of Sinai Hos-
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
pital will hold its annual luncheon see Dr. Richard C. Hertz install
meeting at noon May 14 at Mrs. Samuel S. Willis as president
at the 64th annual luncheon meet-
Knollwood Country Club. Mrs.
ing noon Monday
George Romney.
at the temple.
herself a volun-
Mrs. Willis is ac-
teer, will be
tive in the Sinai
guest speaker.
Hospital Wom-
Her topic will be
en's Guild, the
"Volunteers Meet
Detroit Chapter
the Challenge."
of the National
Program c h a i r-
Council of Jew-
men are Mrs. Sol
ish Women,
Hoffman a n d
Women's Amer-
Mrs. Milton
ican 0 R T and
Maddin. In
the Current
Mrs. Willis
charge of hos- Events Study Club. Her husband,
Mrs. Romney pitality are Mes- Samuel S. Willis, is a past presi-
dames David Dunsky, Joseph dent of the temple men's club.
Hartman and Alvin Rodecker. Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Jahn Sills. Guild president. Mesdames John Grekin, Maerit
has invited all volunteers, as well Kallet, Sam Silver and Richard
as members. For reservations, call Prentis, vice-presidents; Raymond
the Guild office, BR 3 3000, by K. Rubiner, treasurer; J. Leon

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Tuesday.

Gittlen, Lester Hollander, Samuel
* * *
J. Rands, John Redfield and Ar-
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER, chie Katcher, secretaries; and I.
Pioneer Women, will hold its an- I. Bittker, Daniel Carpenter, Henry
nual Mother and Daughter lunch- Frank, B. Benedict Glazer, Ronald
eon noon Monday in the Labor Greenberg, Mer win Grosberg,
Zionist Institute. Guests invited. Morris Gross, Harold Heller, Nate
For reservation, call Clara Marks, Horwitz, Bernard Isenberg, Nor-
LI 4-8887, or Reva Goldberg, UN man Jacob, Harold Kratze, Aid
4-7221.
Kushner, Richard Kux, Mitchell

Mandeberg, Sidney Rosenberg,
Murray Rosenthal, Bernard Spie-
gel, Gerald Steinberg, Leo Stern
and Ben Weintraub, board of di-
rectors.
* * *
MASSADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, has elected the following
officers for one-year terms: Mes-
dames Ben Boren, president; Har-
ry Woolf, Julius .Silverman and
Allan Weisberg, vice presidents;
Abe Heller, Mark Rovner, Simon
Karbal, and Victor Finn, secre-
taries; David Colman, financial sec-
retary and treasurer; Max Kirsch-
baum. child welfare; Betty Karbal,
Histadrut; Ruth Kanter, bonds;
and Nettie Turner and Ruth Kan-
ter, advisers.

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NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver,
will hold its monthly meeting
12:30 p.m. May 18 at the home
of Mrs. Louis Parzen, 18914 Sor-
rento. After a short business meet-
ing, a program, "Cooking With
Wine," will be presented, and
prizes will be awarded. Coffee
and cake will be served. Reports
will be made on the rummage
sale and on the installation lunch-
eon set for June 17 at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club. Mrs. Par-
zen will be installed as president,
succeeding Mrs. Irving Chaiken.
For membership or Blood Bank
information, call Mrs. Donald
Goldman, UN 4-8343, or Mrs. Ed-
ward Epstein, DI 2-3812, respec-
tively.
* * *
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER-
HOOD will present an interfaith
panel discussion "Bridging the
Gap," 8:30 p.m. Monday, in the
Cohn Building. Participants will
be Father Thomas J. Kain, of St.
Maurice Roman Catholic Church,
the Rev. Arthur K. Beumler of
Rosedale Gardens United Presby-
terian Church and Rabbi David
Jessel of Temple Beth Am. A tea
honoring the panelists will fol-
low.
* * *
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
AUXILIARY will hold its installa-

tion of officers 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Esther Berman
Building. Mrs. Carl Schiller will
give the invocation. Mrs. Isadore
Goren, program chairman, will in-
troduce Mrs. Albert Elazar, who
will install the newly elected of-
ficers. Michael Michlin, principal
of the Beth Abraham branch,
UHS, will give selected readings.
Luncheon will be served by Mrs.
Irving Dworkin and her committee.
The public is invited, said Mrs.
Elbert Diamond, president. Funds
raised for camp scholarships, study
in Israel, library and teachers
training will be presented to the
schools. Art works will be pre-
sented to three winners.
* *
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the synagogue to hear Rabbi Mor-
decai Halpern speak on "An After-
noon With the Rabbi." Election
of officers will be held and re-
freshments will be served. Guests
invited.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
installed Mrs. Larry Guttenberg as
president at recent ceremonies.
Others who will be officers next
year are Mesdames Joseph Glick-
er, Bert Heller and MoiShe Glazier,
vice presidents; Sanford Gordon,
William Stoler, Jack Allen, Ber-
nard Allen and Curt Brand, secre-
taries; Harry Gale, treasurer; and
Ben Simons and Harry Wilson,
board members.
* * *
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dames Sam Nadek, program chair-
man, 531-3219, or Harry Brown,
DI 1-2497. Guests invited.
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in

tion and installation meeting 12:30
p.m. May 26 at the home of Mrs.
Jack Shenkman, 3350 Sherbourne.
The election and installation will
be followed by an art exhibit and
sale to benefit the scholarship
fund of Hillel Day School. Mrs.
Jacob E. Segal is chairman of the
nominating committee. The in-
stalling officer will be Rabbi Ja-
cob E. Segal. Co-chairmen of the
art show are Mrs. Philmore Lee-
mon and Mrs. Samuel B. Danto,
first president of the women's
organization. Mrs. Netah Kibby,
teacher and artist, will be in
charge of the exhibit. All art work
on display will be priced under
$50.

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