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May 06, 1966 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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City of Hope Tag Day Booklet Available
to Support Pilot Center on Jewish Life, Law

SOC Hadassah's Ball Fit for Kings, Queens Israel Fashion• Show,

Gowned like royalty for South
Oakland County Hadassah's
Crown Ball are Mrs. Sheldon
Freedman (left), reservations
chairman, and Mrs. Leo Shipko,
ball chairman. The event is to
take place May 14 at Knollwood
Country Club.

The Crown Ball, to be held at
Knollwood Country Club 9 p.m.
May 14, will celebrate another
successful year of fund raising for
South Oakland County Chapter of
Hadassah.
Invited to this event are mem-
bers who have made it possible for
SOC Chapter to fulfill commitments
to Hadassah projects in Israel
through their efforts and personal
contributions of $50 or more per
couple during the past year.
Mrs. Leo Shipko, ball chair-
man, said there will be dancing
to the music of Leonard Stanley
and his orchestra, and entertain-
ment with comedian Karrel Fox.
A midnight buffet supper will be
served.
Mrs. Morris Usher and Mrs. Har-
ry Schecter are • co-chairmen of
decorations.
Mrs. Sheldon Freedman, reserva-
tions chairman, is assisted by Mes-
dames Irving Ellman, Harry Fried-
man, Milton Jacobs and Leo Keeps.
Donor chairmen for the Crown
Ball are Mesdames Fred Garon
and Mel Rothenberg, Oak Park
East; Raymond Daneman, Oak
Park West; Al Rothenberg, Birm-
ingham-Franklin; Morris Rosenthal,
Southfield; and Phillip Hertz, Hun-
tington Woods. Mrs. Louis Cooper
is chapter president.
In order that maximum proceeds
may be used for Hadassah proj-
ects, there will be a nominal charge
for each couple.
For reservations. call Mrs. Freed-
man, 6264641, or the Hadassah
office LI 7-2320.

Luncheon Thursday

Members and volunteers for the
annual tag-day fund drive of City
of Hope, Detroit Cancer Fighters,
will converge upon greater Detroit
Monday and throughout the sub-
urban areas Tuesday.
Proceeds will help support the
City of Hope's program of expan-
sion in patient care, research and
education at the free, non-sectori-
an medical hospital and labora-
tories.
The City of Hope is pioneering
new concepts in the care of strick-
en children. Mrs. Charles Young,
vice president of fund-rasing, an-
nounced a major project in the
pilot medical center's $10 million
program of expansion — the con-
struction of new, enlarged pediatric
facilities, including a special sec-
tion for teen-agers.
The City' of Hope's parent par-
ticipation program, which has
served as a pilot for similar pro-
grams in hospitals throughout
the nation, trains parents to as-
sist in the daily care of their
fatally-ill children.
Those wishing to help in the
fight against cancer, leukemia, and
diseases of the blood, chest, and
heart, may contact co-chairmen
Mrs. Joseph Jackson, LI 6-3502, or
Mrs. Morris Lezerson, LI 6-7360.

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cator, Michael Michlin, in a pro-
gram, "Some Stories Never Grow
Old."
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will feature Mrs. Ayala
Klingman, concert pianist and
United Hebrew Schools teacher.
At this meeting, funds raised by
the Women's Auxiliary will be
presented to the United Hebrew
Schools. Beneficiaries will be nine
students, who will study in Israel
for the summer and students at-
t e n d i n g the Hebrew-speaking
camps Ramah and Herzl. Also in-
cluded will be Kfar Ivri, sponsored
by the United Hebrew Schools and
Camp Tamarack. The Woman's
Auxiliary also contributes towards
the Hebrew Schools library,
teacher-training program and the
nursery school.
A petite luncheon will be served
by Mrs. Lawrence Goldberg and
her committee. Mrs. Isadore
Goren, president, invites friends.

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Parents Without Partners will
meet at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center. Dr. Robert Axelrod
will discuss his experiences in Af-
ghanistan and show slides. For in-
formation, call Bernice Robbins,
KE 8-0038, or Norma Worlach, LI
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The Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools will hold
an open meeting and installation
of officers Wednesday noon at the
Esther Berman Building.
Mrs. Albert Elazar, chairman of
the day, will install the new of-
ficers, and Mrs. Harry Oberstein,
program vice president will intro-
duce United Hebrew Schools edu-

An informative booklet on tra-
ditional Jewish life and law called
"Your Jewish Heritage" is being
offered to individuals and their
organizations by Kraft Foods Co.
For a copy, write Ray Keator,
Kraft Foods Co., 99 Park Ave.,
New York, N. Y.

Two-piece ensemble by Lola
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A capacity audience is expected
at the Detroit premiere of an
haute couture collection featuring
exclusively the creations of Is-
rael's foremost designers at the
Israel fashion show and luncheon
11:30 a.m. Thursday at the
Shaarey Zedek. Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver is chairman of the Israel
Bond women's division which is
sponsoring the Fashion Festival.
Mrs. Louis M. Ellman is fashion
show luncheon chairman.
Dorothy Sarnoff, actress and
singer, will be the fashion com-
mentator.
The fashion coordinator will be
Beaux Rex, with staging and de-
cor by Larry Terrell.
Pinchas Dror, Israel trade com-
missioner for the Midwest, will
represent Israel at the affair.
A feature of the fashion show
will be the presentation of the
"Star of Israel" diamond creation
by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan.
Admission to the fashion show—
luncheon will be by the purchase
of an Israel Bond. For reserva-
tions call DI 1-5707.
Mrs. Elliman hosted a luncheon
at the Standard Club in advance
of the Festival. Nearly 60 guests
attended and a total of $20,000 in
Israel Bond subscriptions was an-
nounced.

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