UHS Women Prepare for Donor
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LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION SISTERHOOD will hold a
In readiness for the annual donor luncheon of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the United Hebrew Schools are members of the
luncheon committee (from left) Mesdames Meyer Stewart, Donald
Nuscholtz, chairman Mitchell Feldman, Jacob Axelrod and Irving
Palman. Others planning the Nov. 10 event at Conga Ahavas Achim
are Mrs. Harry Oberstein and Mrs. Edward Fishman, assisted by
their committees. The Bel Canto Choir under the direction of
Cantor Simon Bermanis will be featured. For tickets, call Mrs.
Axelrod, UN 4-9174, or Mrs. Solomon, UN 4-8281.
Sa ad Fashion Show to Benefit Research
Sa'ad, a group of women ded-
icated to raising funds for research
in Parkinson's Disease, will present
a fashion show 8:15 p.m. Oct. 27
at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Entertainment by Marci Rose,
refreshments and prizes will be
featured. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Lloyd Averbach and Mrs. Nathan
Sahn. Mrs. Irwin Sherman is presi-
Since 1957, all funds raised by
"Sa'ad" have been donated to
support research being conducted
by the department of neurology
at Wayne State University.
Directed by Dr. John Stirling
Meyer, chairman of the depart-
ment and chief of neurology at
Harper and Receiving hospitals,
the research benefits those suffer-
ing from brain disease.
Sa'ad funds also support young
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For ticket information, call Mrs.
Sanford Hirshfield, LI. 2-7083, or
Mrs. Israel Levenstein, UN. 1-6668.
JNF Young Women
Sow Tree Mart Plans
Young Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund will sponsor its sec-
ond annual Tree Market 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Oct. 27 at Raleigh House.
Represented in the art show sale
will be Carole Wald, Sophie Ford-
on, Reva Schwayder, Susan Bolt,
Carole Rubiner, Evelyn Brackett
Raskin, Shirley Kallus, Richard
Jerzey, Stan and Sheila Burns and
Katie Keek Arnsteen.
A bake sale, white elephant sale,
antique jewelry and an auction
also will highlight the afternoon's
activities. Prizes and luncheon also
will be featured. Tickets may be
purchased at the door.
Beth Abraham Women
Slate Harvest Bali
A champagne dinner and Harvest
Ball for members and friends of
Cong. Beth Abraham is planned
by the synagogue sisterhood for 7
p.m. Oct. 24 in the social hall.
Cocktails will precede dinner,
and dancing to Eric Rosenow's
Continental Orchestra will follow.
For information and reservations,
tables included, call Mrs. Hyman
Crystal, chairman, UN. 2-7030, or
the synagogue office, UN. 1-6696.
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Open Thurs. until 9 P.M.
Joseph Newman, Owner
money shower with proceeds going
toward synagogue kitchen furnish-
ings 8 p.m. Oct. 26 at the synagogue
building. Mrs. Seym our Ungar,
fund-raising chairman, said cash
donations would be in place of
actual gift items. A social evening
with .refreshments is planned. For
information, call Betty Levy, KE
8-7150, or Esther Schwartz, GR 6-
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MEDICAL AID GUILD will see
"Barefoot in the
Park," the com-
edy success, pre-
sented by stage
lind Graff at its
noon Oct. 25 at
Luncheon will be
followed b y a
invited. Miss Graff
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BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hear Dr. Leonard W. Moss,
chairman of t h e department of
s o c i o l o g y and anthropology at
Wayne State University, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue. Dr.
Moss will discuss "What Is a Jew
—an Anthropologist's View." Re-
freshments will be served after
the program, chaired by Mrs. Ger-
DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER,
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital, will present
its annual membership tea 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Arnold Shafer, 6025 North-
field, Birmingham. Chairman is
Mrs. Harry Portney and hospitality
co-workers are Mrs. Marvin Gell-
man and Mrs. Richard Cohen.
Guests invited. Program will be
"Sounds of CARIH."
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ecutive meeting 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. Tillie
Sable, 16207 Indiana. Guests are
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GLENWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American Ort, will meet 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Harold Schwarz, 29496 Fair-
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LEAGUE, whose program is de-
signed around perpetuating the
religious traditions of Jewish fam-
ily life and educating Jewish
women in its meaning and signifi-
cance, has elected Bela Flamas
president; Hilda Borenstein, vice
president; Claire Cohen, treasurer;
and Marlene Werner, Maxine Lieb-
erson, Elaine Moskowitz and Elaine
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will hold a book review-luncheon
noon Saturday at the Institute.
Executive Director Moishe Haar
will review the I. L. Peretz' play,
"Vos in Fiddle Shtekt," concern-
ing the essence of a Jew. Hostesses
will be Esther Reder and Alice
Cukerman. Guests invited.
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