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October 01, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-01

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Cindy Adams Chosen
Israel Bond Fashion
Show's Commentator

Cindy Adams, author and fash-
ion expert, will be the guest com-
mentator at the Givenchy-Israel
Fashion Show Luncheon, Oct. 14,
in the Latin Quarter, sponsored by
the Detroit Israel Bond Women's
Division under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Morris L. Schaver.
Mrs. Milton Weiss is fashion
estival chairman. Col. Dina Werth,
former commander of the Women's
Army of Israel (CHEN), now in

Peachy 'Fruit Beautifiers' in Store for Women

omen's Clubs

DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold its annual membership
meeting 12:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at the
home of Airs. Robert .Schlaff, 19115
Starlane, Southfield. Chairmen
Alesdames Murray Shekter and Sid-
ney Weber and co-chairmen Mes-
dames Morrey Barak, Kenneth
Belen, David Freedman, Joseph
Grant, Abe Pearlman and Phillip
Sherman are in charge of arrange-
ments. Tea aprons will be present-
ed to new members by the hospi-
tality committee, consisting of Mes-
dames Elliott Folbe, Morris Rubin,
Nathan Rubin and David Silvers.
Another highlight will be the pre-
sentation of an. original skit by the
dramatics committee, consisting of
Mrs. Yale Upfall, chairman, and
co-chairmen Mesdames Jerry Les-
son, Ben Weinberg and Arno 1 d
Zuroff,

* * *

INFANTS SERVICE GROUP will
hold its first board meeting of the
season 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute. On the
agenda is discussion of a new pro-
ject, a scholarship fund to help a
gifted, indigent or handicapped
child. Also at the meeting, a check
will be given to aid the Childrens'
Hospital Lukemia Fund, and plans
will be outlined for the annual fund
raising to culminate with a cham-
pagne dinner-dance and show at
the Latin Quarter Feb. 27. The
Infants Service Group helps sup-
port the Detroit Association for
Retarded Children, Penrickton
Nursery for Blind Children and
children through age 5 of indigent
families.
* *
HEBREW LADIES AID SOCIETY
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Julius Ring, 10734 Borgman, Hunt-
ington Woods, 12:30 p.m. Oct. 13.
Dessert luncheon and games will
be featured. Guests invited.
* *
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its next board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. T. Derswitz, 21950
Parklawn, Oak Park. Plans will
be made for the cookbook and
October luncheon.

UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
.AUXILIARY announces the ma-
jor fund raising . this year
will be a donor luncheon, Nov. 10,
at Ahavas Achim social hall. The
Bel Canto Choral Group will be
featured. The major portion of the
money contributed to the UHS is
raised through this fund-raising
effort. Mrs. Harry Oberstein, vice-
president in charge of program,
* * *
CINDY ADAMS
states that the next open meeting
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
will be on Oct. 27, 12:30, at the
charge of an educational mission Esther Berman branch. The guest WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
in West Africa, will be a special speaker will be Mrs. Lolly Shteam, I meet noon Monday at Jericho Tem-
ple. There will be a report on
guest at the show.
from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, canister soliciation, and plans will
Mrs. Adams, the wife of comedian on the topic, "People and Places." be made for the November lunch-
Joey Adams, is author of a syndi-
* * *
eon. Mrs. Morris Miller, just back
cated column, "Cindy Says", and
from Israel, will be welcomed
LIVONIA
JEWISH
CONGREGA-
has written articles on theater and
home.
show business personalities for TION SISTERHOOD will meet
*
8:30 p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
leading magazines.
VERA
BRAMSON
CHAPTER,
A star of the Broadway stage, Mrs. Richard Kahl; program chair- Women's American ORT, will hold
man,
announced
the
theme
of
the
she was also featured in four
program, "Jewish Family Life," a board meeting 12:30 p.m. Mon-
motion pictures and was the hero- will cover topics from "Shabbat day at the home of Sarah Neu-
hie of her husband's best seller, in the Home" to excerpts from the man, 19721 Cheyenne.
"Cindy and I".
book "How to be a Jewish Mother."
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Forty-seven original designs, Guests are welcome, and refresh-
Pioneer Women, will hold an oneg
including 12 costumes created by ments will be served.
shabbat tea 1 p.m. Saturday at the
the world famous Parisian cou-
*
*
home of Mrs. Jennie Melamud,
turier, Hubert de Givenchy, and
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS, 22511 Bellwood, Southfield. Dr.
more than 35 models fashioned by
Israel's greatest designers will be City of Hope, will hold a board Leonard Moss of the Wayne State
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at the University department of sociology_
displayed.
home
of Mrs. Lawrence Benderoff, and anthropology, will discuss "The
A special feature of the fashion
festival will be the presentation 23161 Beverly, Oak Park. Mrs. Anthropologist Views the Jews."
of the fourth annual "Star of Charles Young, vice president of Guests invited.
Israel" original diamond creation fund raising, will discuss the rum-
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
designed and presented by Mr. and mage sale to be staged at the Fern-
dale Community Building Oct. 25. the Eastern Star, will hold its
Mrs. Norman Allan.
For information, call Mrs. Young,
For reservations to the fashion 541-5233, or her chairman, Mrs. annual meeting 7:45 p.m. Monday
at Eureka Temple. Election of
show luncheon call DI. 1-5707.
Paul Weinstein, UN 3-9845.
officers will be held.
Mrs. Joseph Katchke, honorary
Israel Bond Women's Division
chairman, is the fashion festival
press preview chairman. The Pre-
view on Wednesday in the Standard
Club at the Sheraton Cadillac was
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. David
The largest group ever to take program. Mrs. Arthur H. Rice will
Pollack. Mrs. Norman Leeman is the leadership training course of- discuss this year's campaign.
rrangements chairman; Mrs. Sid- fered by the Women's Division of
A tour of the Community Work-
ney Schwartz, decorations, chair- the Jewish Welfare Federation of shop and Federation Agencies
man, and Mrs. David Miller, pre- Detroit, is now involved in sessions housed in the Butzel Building is
fashion festival parties chairman. that will meet through October. scheduled for Oct. 27. "Overseas
The course is offered yearly to and National Agencies" and "New
Hashomer Meeting Slated a selected group of workers who Directions of Federation" will be'
Valia Hirsch will speak on the have shown leadership potential. the subjects at that time by Sol
political lineup in Israel at a meet- Mrs. Joseph Jackier is chairman Drachler, assistant director of Fed-
ing of Hashomer Hatzair, Ameri- of the leadership training commit- eration,
cans for Progressive Israel, 9 p.m. tee.
With Mrs. Jackier on the com-
Saturday at the Hashomer building.
So far this year, 68 women who mittee are Mesdames Aubrey Gold-
enrolled heard William Avrunin, man and Ronald L. Greenberg,
Federation executive director, committee vice-chairmen; James
speak on "The Federation Idea"; M. August, Jack W. Belkin, Mor-
Samuel Lerner, executive director ton Gottesman, Charles K. Gould,
l~ SOIL
of the Jewish Family and Chil- John L. Greenbert, John N. Grekin,
cd
RESISTANT
dren's Service; and Irwin Shaw, Sidney S. Hertz, Melvin H. Horn-
executive director of the Jewish ' stein, J. D. Isaacson, Louis Jaffe,
Center, on subjects related to their Charles E. Lampert, Donald A.
agencies. The women also partici- Mahler, Jerome Mark, Bert Marks,
pated in a trip to Camp Tamarack. Coleman Mopper, L. Hudson Ros-
SEALS OUT DIRT WITH
Albert Elazar, superintendent of enthal, Sol J. Schwartz, Bert Smok-
CIPTTh
OI i CHEMICALS
the United Hebrew Schools, will ler and Max Warren.
IT TAKES A
speak to the group on Jewish edu-
GENI...US
The training course is one of
cation, Dr. Julien Priver, execu-
tive vice president of Sinai Hos- the educational activities of the
pital, will discuss the hospital and Women's Division under the lead-
SONS •
ership of Mrs. Isadore Winkelman,
its Shiffman Clinic.
15180 W. 8 MILE RD.
vice-president.
On Oct. 20, the women will take
JO 4-5580
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MRS. PHILIP BARTH, active in
1.I 8-8300
ish Home for Aged and hear from
I
District
Republican activities,
Ira I. Sonnenblick, executive direc-
. G-ge
tor. Mrs. Benjamin Jones, presi- was elected corresponding secre-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS dent of the Women's Division, will t tart' of the Republican Women's
Friday, October 1, 1965-19 speak on the division's education i Federation of Mictai.Landu Lansing ]

Jewish Welfare Federation TV omen's Division
Leadership Training Course Enrolls 68

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The French girl with a "peaches can apply to the complexions of
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got it by crushing some peaches, was taken by the great number
mixing them with creams and oils of European facial specialists and
of one kind or another and apply- exclusive facial salons in Paris
ing the gooey mess to her face, who recommend the new "fruit and
reports Kitty Wagner, owner of vegetable" creams.
Kitty Wagner's Facial Salon,
Miss Wagner has arranged with
20141 James Couzens.
several of her European colleagues
Miss Wagner just returned from for regular shipments of the cream
a tour of European beauty spas on to Detroit,
her annual search for the latest
methods of skin care which she

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