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June 25, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-25

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They'll Head Hadassah Groups

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Impressive Art
Harriet Lee Malamud,
in NFTS Calendar Alan Lipshy to Wed

By utilizing the paintings of
Yari Levine, the New York artist,
for its 5726 Art Calendar, the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods has not only again popu-
larized Jewish art works but has
called attention to eminently dis-
tinctive creations.
There is a distinctive traditional
flavor in the reproduced paintings.
Commencing with the Simhat
Torah sketch, the group selected
for the calendar includes Mrs.
Levine's Mother and Child,
Scholar ; Exodus, Lesson and
Prayer.
The latter two are especially
distinctive, and the entire group
indicates deep feelings inspired
by a love for the Jewish inherited
symbols and traditions.
The calendar, proceeds from the
sales going to the NFTS endow-

Presidents of the 13 groups of Detroit Chapter, Hadassah,
assemble before taking up duties for the 5,000-member chapter,
headed by Mrs. Jack W. Perlman. From left, front row to rear,
are Mesdames William Hubert, Bagley North; Israel Idelsohn,
Evergreen; Jack Perlman; and Sidney Awerbuck, Greenfield; Edward
Wishnetsky, Meyers-Wyoming; Geraldine Black, Business and Pro-
fessional; and Aaron Zamek, University South; Ronald Stone, Eleanor
Roosevelt; Milton Johnson, Schaefer; and Milton Freedman, Univer-
sity North; Irvin Meckler, University East; Louis Kashdan, Bagley
South; and Raymond Zeich, Livonia. Not pictured is Mrs. Irving
Rose, Sherwood.

Women ' S eittAs

JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION and
the NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH will hold a joint instal-
lation noon Monday at Jericho
Temple. Installing officer for the
main branch will be Mrs. Jack
Seder. Its officers are Mesdames
Morris Miller, president; 0. H.
Kavieff, Louis Honigman, Phillip
Schlussel, Goldie Dorfman and Ida
Tubben, vice presidents; Ida Gold-
smith, treasurer; Julius Schlussel
and Paul Weinstein, secretaries;
Goldie Dorfman, Paul Weinstein,
Charles Shindler, delegates. Chair-
men are Mesdames Jack Seder,
Max Ducker, Rose Adler, Sarah
Adelman, Mildred Meyers, Elsa
Palmer and Dorothy Lane. Mrs.
Leon Dreylinger will install North
Woodward Branch President Mrs.
Morris Haut, along with Mesdames
Molly Baseman and Gussie Card-
ish, vice presidents; Morris Mil-
ler, secretary; and Birdie Zeff,
treasurer.

Due to the occurence of July
4 on a Sunday, The Jewish
News office will be closed Mon-
day, July 5. Copy for the issue
of July 9 must be in by 2 p.m.
Friday, July 2. Photos must be
in by 3 p.m. Thursday, July 1.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women;
will hold its annual picnic July 7,
meeting 11 a.m. near the Palmer
Park "wading pool area" on Ham-
, ilton Ave. Members and guests
are asked by President Rose Yen-
dick to bring their own lunches.
L._ A program is planned.
r* *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
.Mizrachi Women, has scheduled
a dime bank luncheon for 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
"Meyer Minkin, 18603 Birwood• For
reservations, call. Mrs._ Minkin,
DI 1-3188. Mrs, Victor Lavetter
was recently installed as president,
along with Mesdames Raymond
Rosenberg, Harry Portnoy, Paul
Fenton and Sam Freedman, vice
presidents; Louis Bigman, treas-
urer; Jack Stevens, Jonas Torgow,
Joseph Bessman, Sidney Golden,
Shipko and Leon 'Wolock, sec-
retaries; and Saul Cohen, chap-
lain.

* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer

Women, has honored cultural
chairman Frances Shayne with a
spiritual adoption of an Israeli
ehild in recognition of her devo-
tion to the chapter as both mem-
ber and past president.

ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, announces new
officers are Mesdames Rebecca
Mitchell, president; Lydia Slakter
and Isabelle Levett, vice presi-
dents; Marion Tennebaum, secre-
tary; Clara Shapiro, treasurer;
Mollie Elias, chaplain; Sarah Jacob-
son, historian; Helen Wolf, parli-
amentarian; Lillian Greenfield,
sergeant-at-arms; and Tillie Sable,
color bearer. Mrs. Betty Ritten-
berg, Mrs. Ann Weil and Mrs.
Josephine Weinsweig are on the
executive board.
* * *

NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Sam Cohen, 18514 North-
lawn. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Ernest Greenfield, announces Mrs.
Tzippora Baiter, chairman.
* * *
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Abraham Borenstein, 23741 Wild-
wood. Speaker will be Mr. Boren-
stein, announces Mesdames Freida
Palter and Leah Silver, chairmen.

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MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
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as president; along with Mesdames
Arnold Flack, M. Goldberg and
Irving Diem, vice presidents; Mil-
ton Wargon, treasurer; Norman
Sacks, Morris Past and Nathan
Strickstein, secretaries. Mrs. S.
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* * *
ACHIEZER will hold a movie
night at its closing meeting of the
year 8:30 p.m. Sunday, featuring
"Let My People Go," at the home
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Bar- l Ian Women's Group
to Hear Ohio U. Prof.

The semi-annual meeting of
Women's Division of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity will be held at the Jewish
Center July 12, Mrs. Max Stoll-
man, president, announced.
The guest speaker will be Prof.
Marvin Fox of Ohio State
versity. A musical program is
planned.
Reports from Israel are that
Bar-Ilan University's enrollment
this year will exceed 2,000 stu-
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Frug Fest in Works
at Ahavas Achim

The Young Married Couples Club
of Cong. Ahavas Achim will pre-
sent the Ahavas Achim A-Go-Go
9 p.m. Saturday in the social hall.
The jerk, frug, mouse and other
ballroom gyrations will be featured.
All prospective members are in-
vited, and refreshments will be
served. For information, call Shar-
ron Stein, 342-4960.

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committee on social casework for

Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler
School of Social Work.

An Aug. 22 wedding is planned
by
Harriet Lee Malamud and Alan
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Temple Sisterhoods here and S. Lipshy. The bride-elect is the
throughout the land.
daughter of Mrs. Samuel Malamud
of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park. Her
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pre-Campaign Plans fiance
Harry Lipshy of Roselawn Ave.

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah got
its pre-campaign activities under-
way with assignment of solicita-
tions Monday, under the supervis-
ion of Mrs. Samuel Shekter, chap-
ter chairman of special gifts of
Honor Roll.
Another event for prospective
members, a garden tea party, is
planned for Aug. 10 at a Palmer
Woods residence. Mrs. Harold Y.
Hoffman, vice president of mem-
bership, is in charge of that after-
noon.
Honor Roll count-off officially
begins Sept. 14 at the opening
chapter meeting at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, and the campaign closes
with the Continental Ball Dec. 4.

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