Women Dream Up Antique Sale United Order True Sisters Due in Area for Parley
A doll's house dining room with filigree furniture, and an iron
candelabrum are among the antiques to be offered for sale at the
Midsummer Day's Dream Sale of the National Council of Jewish
Women, Detroit Chapter, June 22. To be held at the home of Mrs..
Samuel Katkin (right), 1441 Balmoral, the sale is being planned -
with the help of (from left) Mesdames David Howard, Carl Rosman
and Louis Hamburger.
A Midsummer Day's Dream
Sale, at which an assortment of
fine antiques will be feature at-
traction, will be held 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. June 22 in the gardens
and around the pool of Mrs.
Samuel Katkin, 1441 Balmoral.
Sponsored by the Resale Shop
committee of the Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, the sale will include "almost-
antiques," contemporary accesso-
ries, paintings, china, crystal.
silver, brass, pewter and wood —
all in excellent condition.
Mrs. Arthur Bloom, Resale Shop
coordinator, whose committee has
been preparing this event for
months, also is completing plans
for a "Culinary Cupboard." Here,
unusual cheese cakes, tortes, and
home-made baked goods, contrib-
uted by gourmet cooks, will be
offered for sale. Under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Alvin Rodecker
and Mrs. Aaron Nathan, the Cul-
inary Cupboard also will offer
lunch in the early afternoon and
tea later in the day. Small tables
will be set among the trees for
visitors to rest and dine with
One of the events which cele-
brates the 30th anniversary of
the Council Resale Shop, now
located on Puritan and Fair-
field, the Midsummer Day's
Dream Sale will offer such
items as a French china egg
mounted in bronze, a French
crystal box of cobalt blue, and
an 18th Century old ship's
clock in a dark oak case, made
by Morris Tobias, official clock
maker for the English admiralty.
The sale is open to the public.
Council members will be admitted
at no charge. In the event of rain,
the sale will be held the following
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Samuel Tatkin. Other committee
chairmen include Mesdames Carl
Rosman, Jerome Grossman, Wil-
liam Frank, Louis Hamburger,
David How a r d, Horace Haber,
Irving Bittker, Samuel Rands.
Herbert Kallet, Irving Goldman,
Kay Frank, Avery Gordon, Mar-
vin Frankel and William Parnos•
Assisting the hostess and sales
committee will be the new officers
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, who were installed last
month at a luncheon at the Town
and Country Club. President is
Mrs. M. M or t on Barak, who
served as executive vice president
this year and has held numerous
Other officers are Mesdames
Ben Weintraub, Clement Hopp,
Richard Prentis, Melvin Kolbert
and Frederick Shevin, vice presi-
dents: Melvin Rosenhaus, Norman
Katz, Samuel Rands, Bernard
Isenberg and Alan Katz, secre-
taries, and I. Irving Bittker and
Peter Rubin, treasurers.
On the board of directors are
Mesdames •Jerry Disner, Harold
Gelman, Hugh Greenberg, Harry
L. Jackson, Fred Keidan, Louis
Rosenzweig, Murry Sachs, Oscar
Silverman, Robert Alpern,
Arthur Bloom, Myron Burnes,
William Harris, Harold Kauf-
man, William Parnos and
Proceeds from the "Dream" sale
will help support council's pro-
grams of philanthropy here and
United Order True Sisters, Inc.,
which is the oldest fraternal and
philanthropic Jewish women's or-
ganization in the United States,
will hold its annual Western Con-
ference at Stouffer's Northland
Inn Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Detroit Lodge, whose presi-
dent is Mrs. Leonard Pinter of
Huntington Woods, will be host-
ess to delegates from Los Angeles.
San Francisco, St. Louis, Dayton,
Cleveland, Cincinnati and Chicago.
In addition, the national president,
Mrs. Harry Greene of Newark,
N.J., and the national first vice
president, Mrs. H. Simon, of
Brooklyn. will be in attendance.
Workshops on future planning
and leadership will be chaired by
national trustees Mrs. Albert Lin-
dar of Chicago and Mrs. Herbert
Hauptman, also of Chicago. Mrs.
Hauptman has served as leader-
ship consultant to the U.S. Army,
has been president of the Illinois ,
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
and chairman of the Welfare
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to medically indigent cancer pa-
tients, regardless of race, color or
creed, has endowed a radio-iso-
tope laboratory and a radio-isotope
storage suite at Detroit Memorial
Hospital. Its current project is the
raising of funds for lung cancer
research at the hospital.
Volunteers from Detroit No. 41
work at the Michigan Cancer
Foundation, Detroit Memorial Hos-
pital and at home workshops
where dressings are produced and
material is prepared for the use of
visually handicapped students in
the Detroit Public School system.
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Beth Aaron Opens
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Others Tell Plans
A Southfield branch of the Beth
Aaron Religious School will be
opened Sept. 12, at Southfield
School No. 16, on Lahser Rd.
between 11 and the 12 Mile Rds.
Bernard Panush, school direc-
tor, advises that the branch will
open with grades from kinder-
garten through the 4th for young-
sters age 4 to 9. Classes will be
held every Sunday morning from
9:30 to 11:30, and the same course
of study will be used as in the
Classes in the main school, at
the synagogue, also will be held
from 9:30 to 11:30 on Sunday for
grades from kindergarten through
the 10th grade and will lead to
Pupils from the 9th and 10th
grades receive an intensive course
of study in preparation for their
confirmation. Those of the 10th
grade are under the personal
guidance of Rabbi Benjamin
Dr. Marvin Last, chairman of
the educational committee, urged
parents in the Wyoming-Seven
Mile area and in the Southfield
district to register their children
before summer vacation. For in-
formation, call the school, at UN .
1-5222 and UN 1-5999.
Bnai Moshe Religious School
also has opened its school registra-
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Parents who wish to select early
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must register by June 30.
Walter Farber, director of tho
congregational religious school
plans to introduce classes in arts
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Young Israel Parley
For information, call the school,
Phone for Free Demonstration
The pre-collegiate council of the LI 8-9000.
National Council of Young Israel
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will conduct the third annual teen-
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342.7800 I Near W. 6 Mile Rd.
Typewriters, Calculators, Business
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Children are taught Hebrew and
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the 53rd annual convention of the Yiddish, Humosh in its original
National Council of Young Israel. form, Jewish history, holidays and
Transportation is provided to
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all areas of the city and suburbs.
For information, call the school,
Now Located at
26760 LAHSER — Bet. Expressway and 11 Mile
Board of the Chicago Women's
Delegates from the Detroit
Lodge are Mrs. Simon Traurig
and Mrs. Saul Kaplan.
On Wednesday, the local chap-
ter, Detroit No. 41, will cele-
brate its 13th, or Bar Mitzvah,
birthday with a luncheon in the
great hall of Northland Inn.
In addition to the delegates and
members of the Western Con-
ference, Mrs. George Romney
will be a speCial guest at the
luncheon. Mrs. Gerald Rosen-
bloom of Southfield is chairman
of the afternoon.
The Western Conference is open
to all memberS of the order, and,
chairing it are area members Mrs.
Harris Crane and Mrs. Herman
The Detroit Chapter, in addi-
tion to the yearly giving of grants
for isotope and cobalt treatments
MRS, ANN G. WOLFE of New
York, program consultant on civil
rights and social action of the
American Jewish Committee, was
elected president of the Associa-
tion of Jewish Community Rela-
tions Workers at the group's an-
nual meeting held in conjunction
with the National Conference of
Jewish Communal Service at the
Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, June 11, 1965
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