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December 10, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-10

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Eli ssa Zolkower to Be

The Infinite Presence

Mrs.Alan Grossman Jr.

MISS ELISSA ZOLKOWER

At a recent family dinner at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Zolkower, 18044 War-
rington, announced the engagement
of their daughter Elissa Joyce to
Alan Joseph Grossman Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Grossman, 18045
Fairfield.
The bride-elect, a senior at the
University of Michigan, is major-
ing in political science. Her fiance
is a senior at Wayne State Uni-
versity and is majoring in account-
ing.
A June wedding is being plan-
ned.

Probe Rheumatic Fever
Cause in Israel Study

WASHINGTON — The young of
Israel are helping medical science
probe the cause of rheumatic fever
—usual forerunner of rheumatic
heart disease.
Some 375 children, ages 2 to 14,
from four agricultural settlements
(kibbutzim), in the hills of Judea
near the medical school in Jerusa-
lem, are participating in the study.
Sponsored by the U.S. Public
Health Service's Heart Disease
Control Program, the study seeks
to determine the immediate cause
of rheumatic fever which is un-
known. When rheumatic fever
strikes, it usually follows nose and
throat infections caused by a germ
of the streptococcus family.
The three-year study began late
in 1964 and is under the direction
of Dr. A. Michael Davies, head of
the department of ecology, He-
brew University Hadassah Medi-
cal School, Jerusalem.

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omen's Cluhs

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ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, has appointed
Mesdames Mollie Mitchell, presi-
dent, Lydia Slakter, vice president,
and Sarah Jacobson to wrap holi-
day packages for veterans in the
Dearborn Veteran's Hospital Thurs-
day.
* * *
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a Hanukah
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, after
which games will be played. New
members will be honored.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
STUDY GROUP will meet 10 a.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jack
Kroker, 21640 Church, Oak Park.
Mrs. Ernest Slobin will speak on
"Jews, God and History." At the
annual sisterhood - men's club
Hanukah party 8:30 p.m. Dec. 20,
"The Misses Three" will entertain.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
W o m e n, invites friends to its
Hanukah dinner 6 p.m. Dec. 19
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
David Schrage is program chair-
man, and dinner arrangements and
reservations are being made by
Mrs. Abe Primack, LI 8-4791.
* * *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will hold a special meeting
8 p.m. Monday at the synagogue to
complete plans for the Dec. 18
Hanukah party at the synagogue.
Vice president Mrs. Leo Laufer is
chairman. A melaveh malka, games,
prizes and entertainment are plan-
ned. Family and friends are in-
vited.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will be joined by the men's club
for their annual Hanukah party
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the social
hall. Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Cantors Shabtai Acker-
man and Hyman Adler and by
Max Sosin. Arrangements co-chair-
men are Sadie Schlaff and Harry
Tower.
• * *
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SOCI-
ETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will
hold an open board meeting
12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Sholem
Aleichem Institute. All members
are invited, to discuss plans for
the annual donor luncheon and
to see a fashion show of knitwear,
modeled by members. Hostess
Mrs. Israel Weiner will be as-
sisted by Mesdames Murray
Kling, Marvin Levy, Michael
Levin, Rueben Mendelssohn, Sam-
uel Freid, Harry Weisberg, Rich-
ard Kamil and Herbert Rosen-
baum.

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VLADIMIRITZER EMERGENCY
RELIEF ORGANIZATION will hold
a games party 8 p.m. Dec. 28 at
Cong. Beth Joseph. Chairmen are
Mrs. Leon Wolock and Mrs. Nathan
Wolok. For tickets and informa-
tion, call Mrs. Wolock, LI 7-1829,
or Mrs. Wolok, LI 7-8290.
* *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. A Hanukah party will fol-
low the meeting, and friends are
invited after 9 p.m. Games and
grab-bag gifts will be featured,
and a gift table of sale items
will be available.

GLENNWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American Ort, will meet 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Lawrence Raizman, 23100
Sussex, Oak Park. A movie will be
shown.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will see the movie on Soviet Jewry,
"The Price of Silence," narrated
by Edward G. Robinson, at its
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. Mrs. Bert Heller is
program chairman. Guests invited.
Refreshments will follow the film.
* *
OAK PARK WEST GROUP,
Hadassah, will present its annual
hand-made fashion show 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Huntington Woods Li-
brary. Mrs. Marvin Richmond,
chairman of programing, an-
nounces the women who created
the fashion items will model them,
and Mrs. Emanuel Sarko will be
narrator. Other items will be on
display. Mrs. Ted Wins will give a
report on the Hadassah Medical
Organization, and the film, "A
Way to Grow," will be shown in
conjunction with the vocational
education program. Refreshments
will be served. For transporta-
tion, call Mrs. Richmond, LO 2-
7920, or Mrs. Alvin Shpario, LI
7-9555.
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will present an oneg Shabbat 2
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Edward Salem, 22420 Twycking-
ham Way, Southfield. The pro-
gram "Readings from Sholom
Aleichem," will be presented by
Addie Beckerman. On Sunday, the
sisterhood and the PTO of the
religious school will jointly spon-
sor a panckae brunch and gift shop
sale in the social hall 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. Home-baked goods will he
served continuously during the
sale, at a nominal charge. The
gift shop will feature Hanukah
gifts for all.
* * *
SHERWOOD and UNIVERSITY
EAST Groups, Hadassah, plan "An
Afternoon of Fun" 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Michigan Consoli-
dated Gas Co., where a cooking
demonstration of a gourmet meal
will be held. Members from both
groups are invited to bring an
example of a favorite recipe to
be judged by experts at the meet-
ing. Any women who need their
cooking entries picked up may call
Mrs. Irving Rose, 883-4272. Mem-
bers also will receive prizes, hold
a baked-goods auction and have
dessert and coffee at a nominal
fee.

By HARRY MAXMAN

INVITATIONS

"God be with you",
An ancient blessing,
Was a giant step forward
In the long infancy
And adolescence
In our human climb.

By HATTIE
SCHWARTZ
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"God is in You"
An existential-religious view,
Reveals man as an eclectic,
A distillation of Spirit.
We adore God the best
Who educe the God IN all.

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Is God anywhere
If He is not in You?
God is not a testimonial in words.
Or a ceremony in genuflection.
God is not a hidden Eden.
We are all the branches of His
vine.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 10, 1965-23

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NOW

AJCongress Travelers
to Plant Trees in Israel

NEW YORK—Under a new pro-
gram, American Jewish Congress
members visiting Israel under the
organization's members'-travel pro-
gram have begun planting their
own seedlings in the AJCongress
forest near Beersheba in Israel.
Every member of the American
Jewish Congress who visits Israel
under the AJCongress travel pro-
gram will be offered an opportu-
nity to plant one or more trees in
the new forest located in a deso-
late area in the northern Negev
especially selected for reclamation
through reforestation. The Con-
gress has set a 1.965-66 goal of
5,000 trees planted by as many
members.

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