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May 21, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-21

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`Where Do We Go?' Topic
of Partner-less Parents

omen's Club activities

FRIENDS OF HILLEL DAY
SCHOOL will celebrate its first
birthday at the first annual meet-
ing noon Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Jack Shenkman, 3350
Sherbourne. An election, installa-
tion and art sale will be featured,
and dessert will be served. Rabbi
Jacob Segal will install the offi-
cers. Mrs. Herbert Harris is vice
president in charge of the pro-
gram and the art sale to benefit
scholarships is chaired by Mes-
dames Samuel B. Danto, Philmore
Leeman and Netah Kibby. Guests
invited.
* « *
ACHIEZER will hold its elec-
tion meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the home of Mrs. Elaine Saltz-
man, 15011 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
Eliot Stieman, a psychologist,
will speak on " Family and the
Development of Individual Per-
sonality."

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The Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools elected
Mrs. Isadore Goren president for
the coming term.
She will be as-
sisted by Mes-
dames Harry Ob-
erstein,
Feldman and
Gertrude Hyams,
vice presidents;
Roy Paul, Joseph
Fr adi s, Louis-
Seiton and Ed-•
ward Fishman,
secretaries; a n d Mrs. Goren
Herman K. Cohen, treasurer. The
board of directors, which will
be honored along with outgoing
members at a luncheon noon Wed-
nesday at Cong. Ahavas' Achim,
includes:

Mesdames Morris Averbuch, Max-
well Bardenstein, Meyer Charlip, Jo-
nas Dworin, Irving Dworkin, Leonard
Edelman, David A. Epstein, Samuel
Feldstein, Meyer Finkel, Herman
Fishman, Lawrence Goldberg, Morris
Halperin, Charles Heiman, Bernard
Kasky, Nicholas Lazar, M. Ben Lewis,
Arthur Lipman, Milton Marwil, A.
I. Morrison, Robert Morrison, Donald
Nuscholtz, Emil Reed, Herman Roth,
Joseph Ruby, Irving Solomon, Na-
than Spevakow and Henry Strub.
Honorary board members are Mes-
dames Elbert Diamond, outgoing
president, Irving Arlin, Jacob Axel-
rod, Albert Carnick, Albert Elazar,
Morris Fishman, Louis G-eLfand, Eva
Hayman, Bernard Isaacs, Morris
Krause, Alexander Moss, George
Arley, Irving Palman, Charles Robin-
son, Irving Rogovein, Rubin Say-
witz, Charles A. Smith, A. B. Stral-
ser, Jack Tobin and Louis Tobin.
* * *

CHAPTER, Pioneer
HANITA
Women, will hold an installation
dinner - 6:30 p.m. Monday at the
King's Arms Restaurant. New offi-
cers to be installed are Bertha
Wilson, president; Fanny Schreier
and Adeline Salinger, vice presi-
dents; Suzie Meizler, Shirley Her-
man, Belle W e i n s t e i n, Sylvia
Baum and Belle Gleaner, secre-
taries; and Florence Bunin,
treasurer.
* * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
12:15 p.m. Tuesday in Sholem
Aleichem Institute. Election of
officers will be held and final re-
ports given by the chairman and
the president, Mrs. Samuel Winer.
Mrs. Ben Gruskin will initiate
new members. Plans for the June
9 installation luncheon at Raleigh
House have been completed. For
reservations, call Mrs. Arthur
Schreier, 862-4082, or Mrs. Joseph
Broder, LI 6-7390.

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SHERWOOD GROUP, Hadas- day at the Jewish Center.
sah, will hold its installation of
Stanec will discuss "Where Do
officers noon Tuesday in the home We Go From Here?" A social hour
of Mrs. Burton London, 18900 with refreshments will follow.
Fairway. Dr. George D. Barahal, There is a nominal charge for
Wayne State University psycholo- prospective members.
gist, will speak on "Achieving
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• * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Dr. Reuven Bar Levav
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* * *
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION will
serve at the USO May 31, with the
participation of Mesdames Alex
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
Dorchan, chairman, and Bernard
Chase, Joseph Guterman, Lillie
Cohen, Sam Kreesler, and Harry
Schechter. There will be a meet-
ing noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Morris Weinstein, 19225
Woodbine, and a noon luncheon
is scheduled for June 15 at the
home of Mrs. Philip Kutnick,
13201 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
* *
We do complete jobs in-
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chiding carpeting — drap-
City of Hope, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D. eries —bedrooms and
Monday at Imperial Caterers. Mrs.
family rooms.
Charles Young, vice president of
programing, invites mothers and
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* * a
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will install officers noon Wednes-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
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BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the synagogue to install the fol-
lowing officers: Mesdames Wil-
liam Naftaly, president; Sheldon
Manson, Arnold Berman and
Harry Shiovitz, vice presidents;
Harold Black, Leo Papp and Don-
ald Farkas, secretaries; Aubrey
Beneson, treasurer; and Seymour
Deitch, Sam Leaderman, Walter
Merna, Ben Penner, Clara Sabin
and Bernard Winer, trustees.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Rotunda Inn. To be installed
are Mesdames Beril Bloom, presi-
dent; Philip Field, Morrie Braver-
man, Morris Buch and Sam Ya-
goda, vice presidents; Joel Pasi-
kov, treasurer; and Moe Gilbert,
Andrew Wolok, Beatrice New-

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Solly Yaffe and Jack Berent, sec-
retaries. Mrs. Andrew Wolok is
installing officer. Mrs. Sidney
Goodman is chairman of the day.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS SISTERHOOD will hold
the last meeting in the Oneg
Shabbat Study Group series 3
p.m. Saturday in the synagogue.
Refreshments will be served, and
guests are invited.

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HILLEL DAY SCHOOL PTA
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p.m. Wednesday at the school
building.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 21, 1965-19

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