True Sisters Slate
The annual donor luncheon of
the United Order of True Sisters,
Detroit 41, will be held noon
March 15 at Town and Country
Members of Detroit 41 dedicate
volunteers' time to the Michigan
Cancer Society, cobalt clinic at
the Detroit Memorial Hospital and
the cancer research and treatment
department at William Beaumont
Hospital. Members also assist in
preparing educational material for
the program designed to aid visual-
ly handicapped in the public
Many prizes have been donated.
A spring fashion and furs show
will highlight the afternoon.
For tickets, call Chairman Mrs.
Nathan Oleshansky, LI 2-8362.
Disco-Tea-Que Plans Bubbling
Sinai Hospital Women
on Workshop Program
Mrs. William P. Greenberg,
president-elect of the Michigan As-
sociation of Hospital Auxiliaries
and past president of the Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary, will address the
MARA Southeastern District Work-
shop 10 a.m. March 15 at the
David Whitney House.
The workshop, which starts with
registration 9 a.m., is open to all
auxiliary members in the district.
Mrs. John A. Sills of Sinai is on
the planning committee.
A panel on "How to Succeed in
Business" will include Mesdames
Philip Krawitz, Joseph Newman
and Ismar Sparberg.
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Brandeis University National Women's Committee plans a
Disco-Tea-Que 1 p.m. March 16 at the Great Lakes Club. This mem-
bership affair will be open to prospective members, sponsors of new
annual members and those who convert their annual membership
to life. Planning the event are (from left) Mesdames Oscar Band,
Raymond Fenley, A. Alfred Taubman and Oscar Zemon. Not shown
is Mrs. Alex Etkin. Seated is Mrs. Herbert Burdick, president. For
reservations, call Mrs. Band, LI 5-5177, or Mrs. Zemon, UN 1-2813.
The women's committee is the sole support of the Brandeis Uni-
versity library. Membership dues and voluntary support of the book
fund help the library meet current needs of students and faculty.
Fete Mrs. May's
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A meeting of the Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope, will be held
8:30 p.m. Saturday, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pitt, 19310
Pennington. Final plans will be
made for 'A Night of Games' in
May. A social evening will follow.
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Israel's Birthday Will Be a Family Occasion
A unique idea that permits each moted again this spring by Pioneer
Jewish child to celebrate "two" Women.
birthdays every year is being pro-
In 1963, the women's group in-
troduced the holiday, Yom Haatz-
maut, as a children's birthday party
to celebrate Israel's Independence
The number of children cele-
brating a second birthday each
year is growing and, according
NEW YORK—Mrs. Albert (Jean to Rose Kaufman, national presi-
Wise) May, honorary president of dent of Pioneer Women, Yom
the National Federation of Temple Haatzmaut is evolving into a fam-
Sisterhoods and the only surviving ily holiday. It will be held this
, child of Rabbi year on Sunday evening, April 24.
The Yom Haatzmaut celebration
Isaac M. Wise,
founder of should consist of a birthday cake,
American Re- a ritual of songs, poems and games,
f orm Judaism, questions and answers on Israel
was honored on and special foods.
A complete program guide with
her 85th birth-
day at a lunch- available material and ways of
eon, Feb. 24 at celebrating Yom Haatzmaut as a
the Union House children's holiday in the home
of Living Juda- has been developed by Pioneer
ism - Berg Memo- Women's Education Department.
Copies of the guide may be ob-
Mrs. May, a tained by writing Pioneer Women,
twin of the late 29 East 22nd St., New York, N.Y.
Rabbi Jonah Wise
of Central Syn- St. John Will Address
agogue in New
York, was born National Secretaries
in Cincinnati, in
Robert St. John, author of the
1881, and, de- recently published "Roll Jordan
So good with so many dishes
spite her years, continues to give Roll" will address a luncheon meet-
—spaghetti, macaroni or rice,
active aid to those religious, edu- ing of the Na-
leftover meat or fish, cheese
cational, and civic causes in which tional Secretaries
and omelets. Made with juicy
she has a special interest.
Association, t o -
plump tomatoes, spices and
She is greatly admired by the morrow, at t h e
tender mushrooms, hand-
boys and girls in the National Sheraton Cadillac
stirred and simmered to per-
Federation of Temple Youth which
St. John also is
fection for true Italian taste.
she helped to establish, under the author of bi
auspices of the Union of Amer- ographies of
Keep plenty on hand.
ican Hebrew Congregations. The David Ben-Gurion
TRY IT SOONI
latter organization was founded by and Eliezer Ben
ber, St. John
addressed a joint meeting here that
was co-sponsored by the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, Wayne
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