Temple Israel Sisterhood will
meet noon Monday for lunch, to be
followed by elections of officers.
Guest entertainer will be Sadie
Stern Merel, who will do a drama-
tization of Dan Greenburg's book,
-a "How To Be a
Mrs. Merel, of
prets New York
hit plays, chang-
ing her voice for
each role she por-
trays. She has ap-
peared b ef ore
more than '700
club groups, in-
Mrs. Merel eluding 100 sis-
terhoods. Among the first prizes
she has won are a gold medal for
dramatic expression from the
American Conservatory of Music;
a fellowship in drama from the
Chicago Musical College, and a
year's scholarship at the American
Academy of Music and Art. She
has taught drama, coached little
theater, appeared professionally
on the New York stage, played in
radio and television productions
and toured with stock companies.
Friends are invited.
* * *
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will meet
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at North-
land Shopping Center, community
concourse room. C. Mrs. Jacob E.
Segal will review "Town Beyond
the Wall" by Elie Wiesel, an-
nounces Mrs. Louis A. Gottlieb,
president. Mesdames Edward Cut-
ler and William Mailer are pro-
gram chairmen; and Leon Paul,
membership chairman. A dessert-
luncheon will be served. Guests in
* * *
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT GROUP,
Hadassah, will present its annual
club night 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. For
ticket information, call Heler: lott-
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. There
will be a "shower," and all gifts
• will go to the Pioneer Women
millionaires' bazaar. Sylvia Sch-
wartz is chairman. There will be
refreshments. Guests invited.
* * *
KINNERT CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women. will meet 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. The movie "Let My People
Go" will be shown, says hostess,
Fay Mandel. Guests invited.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, at the home of Mrs. Sam
(Esther) Fishman, 24051 Geneva,
Oak Park. Mrs. Jack Jacobowitz,
program chairman, has arranged a
book review on "The Comedian."
Guests invited. For reservations,
phone Mrs. Hyman Disner, UN
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CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold an oneg
Shabbat and membership tea 1:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Esther LaMed, 19420 Silvercrest,
Southfield. Mrs. Lawrence Wem-
ber, librarian at Temple Israel,
will review "The Source" by James
Michener. Refreshments will be
served. Guests invited.
* * *
GOLDA HEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hear a book re-
view by Mrs. Aaron Kutnick on
"A Coat on a Stick" 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Mrs. Irving Stepak and Bella Wolf
will be hostesses. Guests are wel-
* * *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will install the fol-
lowing officers 8 p.m. Thursday,
at the Labor Zionist Institute:
Marian Waronoff, worthy matron;
Abraham Waronoff. worthy patron;
Ruthe Goldstein, associate matron;.
Samuel Goldstein, associate patron .
Alice Cherney, associate conduc-
tress; Sondra Gorosh, secretary;
Sophie Rosen, treasurer; Thelma
Wolf, marshall; and Nina Sandu-
brae. chaplain. Guests invited. Re-
Delta Phi Epsilon
Plans Annual Style Show
"Ring-a-Ding Spring" is the
theme for Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority's fifth annual fashion
show, 8 p.m., Wednesday at Bnai
Fashions will be shown by mem-
bers of the chapter at Wayne
State University and the Detroit
area alumnae. Children of mem-
bers will display spring finery for
their particular age groups.
Proceeds will benefit National
Cystic Fibrosis and provide
scholarships at Wayne State Uni-
Chairmen for the alumnae group
are Mrs. Robert Sandler and Mrs.
Alan R. Goldman. Toby Meyers is
Tickets may be purchased at
the door. There - will be prizes.
For information, call Mrs. Aviva
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Commit-
tee, has scheduled its annual elec-
tion of officers for 12:30 p.m. April
19 at the Franklin Hills Country
A subscription luncheon will be
served, for which reservations are
being taken by Mrs. Alfred Taub-
Mrs. Walter Field, vice presi-
dent of program, will present Prof.
and Mrs. Arthur Daniels, alumni o f
Brandeis University, who will dis
cuss "Music at Brandeis." Sheila
Filkowski, 14-year old violinist, will
The chapter is seeking used
books in good condition for its
"New Books for Old Sale" to be
held May 2/.24 at Northland
Special Events Center.
Mrs. Theodore Birnkrant, in
charge of this project, advises
that this is one of the most impor-
tant projects undertaken by mem-
bers of the Brandeis University
Women's Committee, since all
proceeds from the sale are used
to purchase new books for the
Brandeis University Library and
the new Gerstenzang Library of
Books may be dropped off at the
homes of Mesdames Birnkrant,
8621 Hendrie Blvd., Huntington
Woods; Bernard Farber, 22531
Lake Ravines, Southfield; Lester
Neiman, 657 Lake Park, Birming-
ham; or Oscar Zemon, 19630 Ros-
lyn. Pickup service will be provid-
ed by calling the Brandeis Women's
office, DI 1-2461. Mrs. John L.
Greenberg, is in charge of this
Mrs. Herbert Burdick, chapter
president, said the women's com-
mittee has learned the 400,000th
volume was recently placed in the
Goldfarb Library. The goal of the
Wanien'S Committee is 1,000,000
volumes by 1970.
Criterion Club Prepares
for Its 'Matzo Ball'
The Criterion Club, organization
for single adults, will sponsor a
Passover "Matzo Ball" 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Knights of Pythias
Sally Sidran, elected president
at the club's recent annual meet-
ing, announced that Dick Schober
and his orchestra will provide the
music for dancing, with social mix-
ers and holiday refreshments also
The public is invited. For in-
formation, call Miss Sidran, 864-
Due to Passover, earlier
deadlines will be enforced
on editorial copy submitted
for the issue of April 15.
Copy must reach us no
later than noon today.
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: "Let There Be Light"
GORDON-DRIVER: Sandra Dri is a dramatic presentation telling
ver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the story of Sol Feimstone, a Rus-
Robert F. Driver of San Diego, sian immigrant philanthropist who
became the bride of California believed in sharing his wealth.
State Real Estate Commissioner
Milton Gordon, son of Mrs. Abra-
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
ham Gordon of Santa Maria Ave.
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday
and the late Mr. Gordon. The
bridegroom's brother, Rabbi Albert
Feature: Rabbi Maurice N. Ei-
Gordon of Sioux City, Ia., joined sendrath, president of the Union of
Rabbis Meyers Mereminsky of Los American Hebrew Congregations,
Angeles and Joel Goor of San Rabbi Balfour Brickner, director
Diego in officiating at the wedding of interfaith activities for the
last Saturday evening in the Hotel UAHC, and others will discuss the
del Coronado, Coronado, Calif. The symbols of the Passover observance
couple has postponed a honeymoon in highlights of a model seder.
* * *
until after June 7, when Gordon
will be in the primary race for
the office of secretary of state.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Best man was the bridegroom's
Station: Channel 2
brother Louis of Detroit.
Time: 9:15 a.m.
Feature: "A Conversation With
Dvora Elon" will present a discus-
sion with the Israeli writer, lec-
Detroit Junior Chapter, Chil- turer, and broadcaster who is now
dren's Asthmatic Research Insti- working in the International Coop-
tute and Hospital. will hold its eration Department of the Israel
fund-raising "CARIH A Go-Go" Foreign Ministry.
* * *
dinner-dance 7 p.m. Wednesday at
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Entertainment will be by Jack
Barnes and music by the Golden
Feature: In "The Voices of Vol-
Tones. Mrs. Harvey Gross, fund-
raising vice president, is chairman unteer Choirs," Cantor Harold Or-
bach will discuss the contributions
of the event.
to the world of Jewish music of
the volunteer choral group. Some
Greenberg School Enrolls of
their recorded performances will
Enrollment for the fall term of be presented.
the Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yid-
dish School is open at the school
Anyone can get a Respiratory
office, UN 4-6319.
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Parents planning to move to get the common cold. Tuberculosis
Southfield in the near future are can strike anyone, anywhere, any
asked to inform the school office time. So can many other respira-
now so arrangements for the year tory infections caused by germs or
can be made.
CARIH Junior Chapter
Sets Dinner - Dance
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