Focus on Volunteer Set by League of Jewish Women's Organizations
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E M M A LAZARUS CHAPTER,
American Jewish Congress Wom-
en's Division, will view the film
"The Price of Silence" 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Philip Rader, president, 23455
Plumbrooke, Southfield. The film,
narrated by Edward G. Robinson,
is a documentary on the plight of
Soviet Jewry. Luncheon will be
served, and there will be discus-
sion of the nationwide Eternal
Light Vigil to be held in Washing-
ton, D.C. Sept. 19-20.
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Morris Knopper, 19803
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will hold its finst board meeting
8:30 p.m. Monday in the social hall.
Refreshments will be served.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold a membership luncheon
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Prospective mem-
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SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi
Women, will hold a luncheon-meet-
ing noon Wednesday at Beth Aaron
Synagogue. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Louis Gitelman, vice presi-
dent of national Mizrachi Women.
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HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will give a paid-up mem-
bership cocktail party 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Fannie
Schreier, 13322 Borgman, Hunt-
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BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will meet noon Monday in the so-
cial hall. Mrs. Joseph Medwed will
direct a skit, "The Bridal Shower."
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NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold a cash-
kitchen shower 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Young Israel building.
American Legion, will hold an exe-
cutive board meeting 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Re-
becca Mitchell, 20471 Lauder.
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at Holiday
Manor. Volunteers in the door-to-
door march the week of Sept. 19
are asked to call Mrs. Charles
Young, vice president of fund rais-
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BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD will
hold a champagne luncheon 12:30
p.m. Monday in the social hall.
The program, "Fashion Fun in
Sisterhood Town," will star sister-
hood members as models, and Mrs.
Moses Lehrman as commentator.
Prospective members are welcome.
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will open the season with
a membership tea-fashion show 8
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Robert Wolok, 29345 Tavistock,
Southfield. For reservations, call
Mrs. Wilbur Shapiro, LI 1-8027.
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
TERHOOD will start its fall activi-
ties 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Penina Schwartz will
be featured in "Jewish Festival
Music Through the Ages."
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MAIMONIDES MEDICAL S 0 -
CIETY AUXILIARY will hold its
opening board meeting 12:15 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. San-
ford A. Bennett, 26380 York, Hunt-
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FANNIE G L U C K CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a lunch-
eon-cash shower noon Monday at
the home of Mrs. Norman Good-
man, 18405 Greenwald, Southfield.
Mrs. Louis Gitelman, national vice
president of Mizrachi Women, will
'Shalom, Dear Rabbi and Goldie' Tune
Marks Welcome to Adlers by Sisterhood
An admiring and affectionate when the Shaarey Zedek Sister-
community gave rousing acclaim hood formally welcomed their re-
to a beloved rabbi and his wife turn from Israel.
A capacity audience attended
the event Tuesday at the syna-
City of Hope Couples
gogue, where the returnees Rabbi
Plan Opening Meeting
and Mrs. Morris Adler spoke on
A meeting of Mr. and Mrs. their experiences and told of life
Group, City of Hope, will be held in Israel during their seven months
8:30 p.m. Saturday, at the home of housekeeping in the Holy City.
There was a song of welcome to
of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Olen, 19319
Rabbi and Mrs. Adler, in addition
Charles Hoptman, newly elected to the welcoming sentiments. To
president, will assume his duties the tune of "Hello, Dolly," the
for the next two years, along with large gathering sang:
Joseph Young, Vice president;
Shalom, Goldie, dear
May Young, secretary; and Ruth
Arms and hearts are open wide
Leukemia letters, one of group's
at your return,
yearly projects, will be distributed
We missed you, missed you,
to the members, and a social hour
missed you and we sure did
Mr. and Mrs. Group, limited by
You make our cares lighter,
its charter to only 12 couples, was
And the rooms brighter,
cited at the City of Hope conven-
As long as we know you're in
tion in Los Angeles last July for
raising $40,000 since its inception.
So, unpack your bags, Goldie,
We'll hoist the flags, Goldie,
If you'll just say you'll never go,
Enlarged Facilities To Serve You
If you'll just say you'll never go,
If you'll just say you'll never go
Then came the refrain — "Sha-
lom, Rabbi dear, Shalom . . . "
continuing in the same spirt as the
welcome to Mrs. Adler.
Rabbi and Mrs. Adler spoke on
many aspects of Israeli life and
reviewed the accomplishments in
Israel, the emergence of the now-
famed Jewish Museum, the life of
a scholar in the instance of the
rabbi, of a housewife as experi-
enced by Mrs. Adler who for seven
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months transferred her kitchen
from Southfield to Jerusalem.
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He who cannot bear one word
of reproof will have to hear many.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 10, 1965-25
The League of Jewish Women's,
Organizations will hold an open
meeting 12:15 p.m. Thursday at
Beth Aaron Synagogue.
Following refreshments, the pro-
gram will focus on "The Volun-
teer Comes of Age," a discussion
by a panel of experts with many
years' experience as professionals
and volunteers in local and na-
tional agencies. The panel will
consist of Mesdames Julian Kro-
lik; Ben Schottenfels, moderator;
John Shada, and Leo Silver.
for Golden Age Couple,
Pearl Robins, Mr. Fine
Pearl Robins and Samuel Fine
were united in marriage Tuesday
at the home of Rabbi Isaac
Paneth, who officiated.
The couple are the parents of
10 children (five each) and 25
grandchildren (she has 10, he 15).
Following a Florida honeymoon
they will make their home at
Mr. Fine, 82, and his bride,
74, met at the Jewish Center
some time ago. She is a mem-
ber of the Golden Age Choral .
Groun, while he has been head
of the 250-member . Golden
Friendship Circle for seven
It is the third marriage for
each. He has been a widower
for two years, and she a widow
The League of Jewish Wom-
e n' s Organizations represents
30,000 volunteer workers affi-
liated with its 175 constituent
organizations and serves as a co-
ordinating vehicle between these
One of its services to the com-
munity at large is its Cooperative
Council, comprising 17 affiliated
service groups, which functions to
give immediate assistance in emer-
gency cases when individuals and
families are ineligible for city or
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy is presi-
dent, Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, corn-
munity relations vice-president, is
chairman of the day, assisted by
Mesdames Mark Benach, program;
Kenneth Belen, Betty Fisher and
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Arlazaroff Branch to Meet
Arlazaroff Branch, F a r b a n d
Labor Zionist Order, will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. David Sislin, cul-
tural chairman, announces Y. L.
Stone will share his experiences
on a recent visit to Israel. Guests
Hyman Crystal, hospitality; and
Louis Redstone, arrangements.
Mrs. Sam B. Wasserman, Beth
Aaron Sisterhood president, will
give the invocation.
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Once again, we present Michigan's largest and finest Antique Show —
The Detroit Antique Show-Sale at the Light Guard Armory, 4400 East Eight
Mile, (between Mound and Ryan Roads), from September 16th thru 19th
(Thursday thru Sunday). Our Show will contain over 80 exhibits—all under
one roof and all on one floor — presenting our visitors with the most varied
selection of antiques this side of New York. The Show is easily accessible
from all areas of Metropolitan Detroit, offers free parking, a restaurant, plenty
of chairs (to rest weary feet), large walk-around booths; (so you won't be
squashed), elbowed and pushed) and hours from 1 :00 to 10:00 p.m., pro-
viding ample time to browse and-or buy the antique of your choice.
Among the Show's special features will be "Little Greenwich Village"
where caricature and pastel artists will fashion portraits for you andyour
family. The General Store, with its old fashion and imported candies, will
return to delight the youngsters and the young at heart. A new exhibitor,
Westlake's Book Store, will come from St. Joseph, Michigan, bringing a
collection of old and rare books and magazines. Among the reading material
are books on How To Catch A Husband, A Glossary of Prominent Kennels
For Your Dog, Travel Alone and Like . It (this one is the original version,
written in the early 1900's), Recipes From The Frontier and many more
interesting and amusing volumes.
Be sure not to miss this fine Show, where you will find something to
interest every member of the family. Make plans now to visit the 14th
Detroit Antique Show-Sale, at the Light Guard Armory on September 16th,
17th, 18th or 19th—from 1 :00 to 10:00 p.m. every day. When you come,
bring this announcement with you, and you will receive a 10c reduction
on one admission.
Come to the Show where you will meet old friends and make new
ones — the Detroit Antique Show-Sale, September 16-19.