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Kinneret Chapter will
DAVID-HORODOKER YOUNG '
WOMEN ORGANIZATION will be commemorate its 15th anniversary
honored with a certificate of rec- with a luncheon tendered by Pres-
ident Sophia Ta-
ognition from Northville State
telman and Vice
Hospital at the group's luncheon
President Tania
noon Tuesday at the home of
Berman noon
Mrs. Philip Kutnick, 13201 Dart-
Thursday at the
mouth, Oak Park. The organiza-
Labor Zionist In-
tion has rendered volunteer serv-
stitute. The mu-
ice to patients of the hospital.
sical program
Mrs. Julius Spielberg will be co-
will feature vo-
hostess. For tickets and informa-
calist Rhoda Za-
tion, call Mrs. Morris Weinstein,
h a vie Shames,
535-5737.
accompanied by
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Barbara Linden.
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
Charles Berris
neer Women, will hold its installa- !
will entertain on
tion dinner 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
the guitar with
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
Israeli folk songs.
Irving Plotnick will install Mes-
Sarah Kanter
dames Jack Reitman, president;
will conduct the
--\„___}" Julius Green and Morris Fealk,
afternoon's pro-
vice presidents; Morris Mondrow,
Mrs. Kanter gram. Kinneret
treasurer; and Irving Stepak and
Chapter joined Pioneer Women
Max Levitsky, secretaries.
ranks under the leadership of the
first president, Frances Driker•
Kinneret has received much rec-
ognition for its dedication to Is-
rael's support.
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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold its installation
luncheon noon Monday at Carl's
Chop House. Mrs. Morris Green-
berg, newly elected president, will
be installed by Mrs. Thomas Zo-
hott. Mrs. Philip Bricker will give
the invocation. Others to be in-
stalled are Mesdames Harry Brown
and Sam Nadek, vice presidents;
Molly Green, Harold Metier and
BUY DIRECT
Louis Gruskin, secretaries; Molly
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Lady's Marquise Dia-
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Thomas Cowen, tribute; Simon
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DETROIT LINK. Order of the
PIONEER WOMEN BOOK RE-
VIEW CLUB will meet 1:30 p.m. Golden Chain, will meet 8 p.m.,
Saturday in the home of Mrs. Monday at Cong. Gemiluth Chas-
Harry Mondry, 22902 S. Bellwood, sodim. The convention report will
Southfield, to hear Rabbi Irwin be given by Worthy Patron Mar-
Groner of Cong. Shaarey Zedek vin R. Wolf and Worthy Matron
review Saul Bellow's "Herzog." Thelma Wolf. A Father's Day cele-
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Guests invited. Chairman is Mrs. bration will be held. Master Masons
WOMEN'S DIVISION will close Harold Noveck.
invited.
the season's activities with a sup-
per 7 p.m. Saturday at the W. C.
Center. Eugene Slobin, a leading
vocalist with the Don Frohman
Chorus, will entertain. Distribu-
tion of funds raised this year will
be made at this time, with contri-
homes done by competent interior decorators
butions going to many charities, 1
including the Workmen's Circle
Jewish school and the Jewish
Committee.
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a victory
dinner for members that have at-
tained the required fund-raising
quota 6:30 p.m. Thursday at
We do complete jobs in-
Raleigh House. Awards for special
cluding carpeting — drap-
achievement will be presented by
Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D. eries —bedrooms and
President Mrs. Harold Kozloff.
(National Society of
Mrs. Sidney A. Deitch, chairman
family rooms.
Interior Designers)
of the evening, has planned the
entertainment program. A meet-
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be held noon Monday at Holiday
Manor.
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BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD I/ THE NEW

Green-8 Center Only
will hold its annual installation of •

officers "8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
social hall. Max Sosin will preside
iet
as master of ceremonies and •
Rabbi -Hayim Donin will install
Mesdames Henry Schore, presi-
dent; Emil Spilman, Harry Kol-
tonow and Irving B e r so n, vice •
presidents; Neil Kalef, Isadore •
Katz, Norman Horwitz, secretaries; •
Edward Solomon, treasurer; Jack •
B i 1 s k y, sergeant-at-arms, and •

Meyer Berke, chaplain. Entertain- •
ment will be presented by vocalist •
Mrs. Norman Schakne, accom- •

panied by Mrs. Irving Ritter. Re- •
freshments will be served. Guests
invited. The committee in charge
of arrangements for this event
includes Mesdames Ben Treisman,
Max Sosin and Lillian Varnen.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, will
celebrate Shavuot with a special
cultural program 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day in the Labor Zionist Institute.
Chana Michlin, president, will
speak on "Shavuot, the Holiday of
Bicurim and Matan Torah," and


Mrs. Jeanette Serling will read

from Sholem Aleichem. Refresh-


ments will be served. Guests in-


vited.

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NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE •

FROM

WOMEN will conclude its fund- •


raising season with a dinner-dance •


6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the South- •


field Cultural Center. Mesdames •



Nathan Yost and Joseph Cohen
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• DAZZLING NEW
are in charge. Proceeds will go to •
PRINTS
IN
TUNIC
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aid mentally retarded children and
• TOPS OVER SLIM
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for projects in Israel. The last •
LINE PANTS
business meeting of the season will •
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be held 6:30 p.m. June 24 in the •
Where else but
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home of Mrs. Max Wolf, 15301 •
Honolulu could you
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Oakwood, Oak Park.
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DETROIT WOMEN, Alpha Ome- •
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Juliet's
...
at
them
ga Dental Fraternity, announces •
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we flew them over
the increase of donations to many •

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just for you!
groups, including the M. M. Fintz •
Fund for student loans; the Uni- •
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Top shown in
versity of Detroit and University
kelly, red, gold,
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of Michigan dental schools; the
black.
navy
and
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Senior Cup fund, in memory of a
Pants are white.
recently deceased member, Mrs.
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Irving Lefton; and the group's local
Sizes 8 to 16.

dental aid program, which assists
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indigent patients with dental care
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under the auspices of the Shiffman
Clinic of Sinai Hospital.
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Slim Pants
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SUBURBAN DETROIT CHAP-
TER, Deborah Hospital, will hold
its victory luncheon 12:30 p.m.
June 26 at Boesky's Restaurant.
For reservations, call Mrs. Rose
Sweetwine, DI 1-8613.

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AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER AT DENVER, Detroit Ladies'
Auxiliary, will hold a luncheon
noon Tuesday at the Jewish Cen-

ter. Proceeds will go toward up- •
were $25 to $100

keep of the Denver hospital pa- • •

tients. Guests invited.

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