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January 14, 1966 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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Fund-Raising Event
to Benefit Asthmatics

Practice Makes Perfect
An educator says the average
American doesn't know enough
Detroit Junior Chapter, Chil- about our economy. Maybe not,

omen's Club activities

dren's Asthma Research Institute but taxes have forced him to prac-
and Hospital, will be having its tice it. — The Birmingham (Mich.)
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio- fourth annual Mr. and Mrs. Games Eccentric
THE JEWISH HOME FOR AGED TER, Women's American Ort, will
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at hold its husbands and wives meeting neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Night 8 p.m. Wednesday at the La-
Cong. Beth Moses. The meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Southfield Tuesday at the Labor Zionist bor Zionist Institute.
Proceeds will be sent to the re-
will feature a review of "Friday Community Center. Members and Institute. A Bible reading will be
the Rabbi Slept Late," given by their husbands will celebrate the given by cultural chairman Mrs. search institute at Denver, where
Rabbi Moses Lehrman. Refresh- chapter's eighth birthday. Guest Morris Fealk. Hostesses will be over 150 children, given up as
Free Custom Fitting by
ments will be served. Prospective speaker will be C. DiBiase, retired Mrs. Walter Epstein and Mrs. hopeless, are enjoying a new life,
Experienced
Corsetieres
free from asthma.
Julius Green. Guests invited.
members invited.
FBI undercover agent with the
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W.
7
MILE
ROAD
For
information
and
tickets,
call
,
narcotics bureau.
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Adelson, LI 5-6353. Guests •n-
DETROIT SECTION, National
* * *
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will have Janet
Open to 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
vited.
Council of Jewish Women's legis- BETH AARON SISTERHOOD will as the theme of its open board
BR 3 2509 or VE 7-9783
lative affairs committee will take conclude its breakfast-book review meeting "Know Your Club" 12:30
FRE E PARKING IN REAR
Want ads get quick results!
"An Afternoon's Look at State series 10 a.m. Tuesday at the p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish Center.
Legislation for the Thinking synagogue. Mrs. Harry Landsman Members will be informed on
Woman" 12:30 p.m. Monday at will review the works of Yehuda current projects with a report on *
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the home of Mrs. Gabriel Alexan- Halevy. Assisting Mrs. Jack Mittle- the recent annual Artist Concert. *
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der, 26023 Hendrie, Huntington man, chairman, will be Mrs. Mrs. Robert Caplan, a member of *
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Woods. State Senator Sander M. Joseph Bard and Mrs. Seymour the club's choral group, will pre-
Levin, chairman of the Senate Horowitz.
sent a program of American I
Labor Committee and vice chair-
*
music. Dessert luncheon will pre-
*
man of the education committee,
FANNIE GL U C K CHAPTER, cede the program. Mrs. Ben
will speak an "Legislative Issues, Mizrachi Women, will meet noon Meckler is chairman of the day.
'66." Chairman of the day is Mrs. Monday at Beth Aaron Synagogue. Guests invited.
Fred H. Keidan.
* * *
*
New members will be installed by
4,
* * *
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
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Bea Falk. Hostesses will be Mes-
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TEMPLE
EMANU-EL
SISTER-
FROM THE IMPORTER
NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri- dames Sidney Golden, Benjamin
*
-it
can Medical Center at Denver, an- Weinstock, Joseph Kohn and HOOD, in celebration of its Bat
-it
Mitzvah, 13th birthday, invites
nounces plans made at the home Joseph Katz.
friends
to
a
birthday
luncheon
and
of Dorothy Rabinowitz for the an-
*
program 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
nual games night 8:30 p.m. Jan. 31
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer social hall. Mrs. Morris Adler, in *
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at the Labor Zionist Institute. Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. keeping with the theme "Survival
15738 Livernois
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1-5515
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Proceeds will go toward cancer Wednesday at the Labor Zionist Kit for Judaism," will discuss the
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-it
research.
Institute. Louis Levitan will re- home and family of yesterday,
* * *
view Ted Berman's "Cast a Giant today and tomorrow —"Marriage
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a Shadow." Hostesses will be Mes- Jewish Style." For reservations,
meeting and social 12:30 p.m. dames Rose Yaffee and Shirley contact Mrs. Lou Kronen, 13159
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist Sherman.
Talbot, Huntington Woods.
Institute. President Mrs. Ivan
• *
* * *
Berman will announce philan-
OAK PARK NESHEI CHABAD
Complete homes done by competent interior decorators
L A D I E S OF YESHIVATH
thropic funds to be distributed to S TUDY GROUP will meet 3
p.m. BETH YEHUDAH WOMEN'S
various charities, and Mrs. Harry S aturday at the home of Mrs. Louis
Mondry will review "The Strong- P enfil, 14311 W. 10 Mile. Speaker SABBATH LEAGUE will hold a
luncheon meeting noon Tuesday at
hold" by Meyer Levin.
ill be Rabbi Israel Flam.

CORSETS BY EVA

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SEYMOUR KAPLAN I

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ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a
UPPER NORTHWEST DE-
social with entertainment 12:30 TROIT NESHEI CHABAD STUDY
p.m. Monday at/the home of Mrs. GROUP will meet 3 p.m. Saturday
Ben Chestnut, 22901 Wrexford, at the home of Mrs. Rochelle Bo-
Southfield. Guests invited.
renstein, 19480 Freeland. Speaker
* * *
will be Rabbi Borenstein.

*
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas
sah, has scheduled a games night
GLENNWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
for 8 p.m. Wednesday at Hadassah en's American ORT will meet 8:30
Hous e. Refreshments will be p.m. Wednesday at the home of
served. Guests invited at a nominal Mrs. Henry Sperber, 20214 Berg
charge.
Rd. Guest speaker will be author
* * *
Mrs. Frita Drapkin.

A
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JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION and
BAGLEY SOUTH GROUP, Ha-
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH dassah, will hold an oneg Shabbat
will hold a joint board meeting 1 p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
noon Monday at Jericho Temple. Sol Robins, 15401 Rosemary, Oak
* * *
Park. Emanuel Goldfarb will read
TEMPLE IS R A E L SISTER- from works by Sholem Aleichem
HOOD'S Book Review and Break- and I. L. Peretz. Goldfarb has an ex-
fast Series will continue Monday tensive background in theatrical set
in the social hall, with breakfast . designing, was a member of the
to be followed by the r e v i e w. Circle Players in New Jersey and
Rabbi David Jessel of Temple technical director of the New Jer-
Beth Am will review "The Rabbi" sey Shakespeare Festival. Jackie
by Noah Gordon. Admission by Baker will present a program of
Israeli songs.
series ticket or at the door.
* * *
* * *
MEDICAL
AID
will hold
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, an open meeting GUILD
at the Interna-
will meet noon Tuesday at the La-
bor Zionist Institute. The program tional Institute. A coffee hour will
on Histadrut has been arranged be followed by a tour of the Insti-
tute.
by the club's Histadrut co-chair-
*
*
men Mrs. Ida Katz and Mrs. Mary
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
Garnick. Featured will be the new
film, "Man Against the Desert," City of Hope, will hold a board
and guest speaker will be Emanuel meeting noon Monday at Rosen-
Mark, director of the Labor Zionist berg's Holiday Manor. Mrs. Elliot
Institute. Brunch will be served. Schubiner will preside. A report
on the progress of the souvenir
Friends invited.
journal will be made by vice pres-
* *
ident Mrs. Phil Moss. For informa-
NORTHWEST DETROIT NE- tion,
or if a kit is desired, call
SHEI CHABAD STUDY GROUP
chairman Mrs. Harry Cohen, LI
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the 8-3172.
Board hospitality chairman
home of Mrs. Chaskel Fine, 17355
Greenlawn. Speaker will be Rev. Mrs. Alfred Buchsbaum and her
committee will serve refreshments.
Fine.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
WHEN WE CLEAN YOUR CARPET,..
Women, will meet for lunch noon,
IT STAYS CLEAN,
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Hy-
man Disner, 18272 Pinehurst. Mrs.
ABOUT OUR •
Jacob Wilk will discuss her recent
trip to Israel. Members and friends
are invited. For further informa-
tion, call Mrs. Disner, UN 2-2334.
• * *
PURITY
CHAPTER,
Order of
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the Eastern Star, will have a con-
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ductress night 7:45 p.m. Monday
CLEANER & MORE BEAUTIFUL FAR LONGER ,
at Eureka Temple. Dinner will
HAGOPIAN & SONS follow
initiation.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 14, 1966-19

Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel
Tikvah. Rabbi Sholem Flam of
Shomrey Emunah Synagogue will
speak. Social chairman Mrs. Wal-
ter Epstein will be assisted by
Mesdames Rose Bielowicz, Meyer
Biegler, A r t h u r Cutler, Kate
Rubin, Esther Sacks and • Julius
Spielberg. Transportation will be
provided at Cortland and Dexter
at 11:15 a.m. Mrs. Isadore Levin
will preside. Guests invited.
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