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September 23, 1966 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-23

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THE D":: :NIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 23, 1966-15

Sneak Peek at Fall Fashions Offered
at ORT Membership Drive Opener

MAIMONIDES MEDICAL Suk,-
IETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will
hold its opening meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at Raleigh House.
Mrs. Arnold R. Axelrod, immediate
past president, will give the in-
vocation, and Mrs. Norman Schak-
ne, vice president of membership,
will welcome aand introduce new
members. Highlight of the after-
noon will be a fashion show,
"Harvest of Fashion." Commenta-
tor will be Mrs. Leo Hirsch.
Models will be Mesdames
Hirsch, Charles Berman, Ralph
Coskey, Robert Gans, 0. D. Silver-
stein, Eugene Plous, Jack Kauf-
man, Saul Sakwa, Alex Friedlaen-
der, Morris Arnkoff, Sidney Bas-
kin, Fred Averbuck and Elie
Aboulafia.

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Music Study Club has started
making plans for its Annual Artist
Concert under President Mrs. Nor-
man Allan. Elect-
ed with Mrs. Al-

SA'AD, women's service group

dedicated to raising funds for re-
search in Parkinson's Disease and
other brain disorders, will present
a showing of fashions Oct. 26 at
the Bnai David Synagogue. Mrs.
Samuel Portner, president, UN.
3,4008, and Mrs. Leonard Horowitz,
prize chairman, UN. 3-7848, can
be contacted for ticket informa-
ation.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. A program dedicated to
the High Holy Days will be pre-
sented in Yiddish and English.
Short stories and poems by David
Frischman, Shalom Aleichem and
Abraham Reisen will be. read by
Sarah Friedman, Reva Schoichit,
Esther LaMed and Fanny Rabin-
owitz. Friends are invited.

*

The Michigan Region of Wo-
men's American ORT (Organization
for Rehabilitation Through Train-
ing) will launch its fall member-
ship drive noon Wednesday at
the Franklin Hills Country Club.
Admission will be one or more
new members who, with their spon-
sors, will be admitted as guests of
ORT, according to Mrs. Ben Brant,
region vice president, and Mrs.
Henry Pariser, region chairman of
membership.
For those unable to bring a new
member, there will be a nominal
admission char g e. Prospective
members are welcome, and those
who join ORT on that day may
have the price of admission cred-
ited towards their annual dues. A
petite lunch will precede the pro-
gram.
A winter fashion show will

feature highlights from the
American designer collections,
plus blazing fashions for after-
dark. Madelyn Coe, Hudson's
fashion co•ordinator, who has
recently returned from the Paris
couture collections will commen-
tate a preview of copies of the
recent Paris collections. Furs
will also be shown.

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Women's American ORT, will ad-
dress the group.
Mrs. William Wetsman is presi-
dent of Michigan Region,
Mesdames Brant and Pariser
will be assisted by region officers
Mesdames David Edelman, Eu-
gene Epstein, Nathan Simons,
Bernard Colton, Max Beal and
Herman Hack and chapter vice
presidents of membership Mes-
dames Leonard Baruch, Phillip
Buckfire, Russell Davis, Sidney
Gersh, Jerome Keywell, Leon Paul,
Neil Rosenthal, Erwin Roth, S.
Rubenstein, Monte Rudner, Morton
Siegel, Stanley Simon, Adrian Wil-
liams and 0. D. Silverstein.

Cityof Hope Blue Bank
Due in Area Oct. 3

Blue Banks for the City of
Hope will make their annual ap-
pearance in stores throughout De-
troit and suburban communities
Oct. 3. Members of the Detroit
Cancer Fighters, a chartered
auxiliary for the free, non-sectar-
ian pilot medical center, will dis-
tribute the banks.
Mrs. Robert Forest of Glencoe,
Heading the drive is Mrs. Phil
,L11., a national vice president and Moss, long-time ardent volunteer
hairman of Midwest expansion for worker for the City of Hope and
the local chapter. Members and
non-members who wish to help
with this appeal, may call her at
342-9392.
Leave Everything to Us
*
*
The first general meeting of
the season will take place 8:30
p.m. Monday at Rosenberg's Holi-
day Caterers. Mrs. Elliot Schu-
biner is president.

I I WHY WORRY !

Stage Group Gets Grant
to Entertain Needy Kids

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone EL 6-8411

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY
WYN-HAROLD CATERING

at the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Mrs. Samuel - Nadek, donor chair-
man, and her committees are com-
pleting final plans for their 32nd
annual donor luncheon to be held
Nov. 15 at the Latin Quarter. Jour-
nal chairmen are Mrs. Thomas
Zohott and Mrs. Larry Shapero.
For tickets, call pledge chairmen
Mrs. Sam Weinman and Mrs. Mar-
tin Cohen.

We are looking for a foster
home that will provide good
care for a 2 months old in-
fant. Agency will pay for
board and medical needs.
Please call David B. Gold-
berg, JEWISH FAMILY AND
CHILDEN'S SERVICE, DIa-
mond 1-5959.

Prior to the
Completion
of Our New

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Call Our Consultant
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WONDER WHY ...

SO MANY PEOPLE PREFER
* * *
The Unique and Original Flower Designs by
SOUTHWOOD CHAPTER, Wo-
Cell and Ben Stocker for Those Very Special
men's American ORT, will meet
Occasions?
2:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Come in and Let Us Show YOU Why!
Mrs. Greta Rosenbush, 28245 Tav-
istock, Southfield. Co-hostess will
be Mrs, Sally Flusty. Susan Whitte-
more, publicity coordinator for the
Detroit Chapter of the United Na-
Party Flower Specialists
tions Association, who has traveled
Bet. Sussex
'15212 W. 7 MILE RD.
widely as a volunteer for CARE,
345-4383
& Whitcomb
will speak.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the *
synagogue. A fashion show of hand-
made knits will be presented by
Mrs. Oscar Spitzer. Commentator
will be Mrs. Norman Horwitz, pro-
gram chairman. Refreshments will
be served.
* * *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a petite luncheon
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
and Presidents Tea 12:15 p.m.
FROM THE IMPORTER
Tuesday at the home of President
Mrs. David Shuster, 22121 Keno-
sha, Oak Park. Mrs. Milton Weiss,
area program chairman, will be
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
speaker. Guests invited. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Shuster, LI
15738 Livernois
DI 1-5515
7-1438.
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Gilmar Productions, Inc., was
recently named recipient of a
grant from the United Founda-
tion Tribute Fund for the pur-
pose of bringing professional,
legitimate theater to culturally
deprived children of Detroit's
inner city.
Working in conjunction with
the Michigan Bell Women's Club
of Detroit, Gilmar will utilize the
grant in the presentation of the
Brothers Grimm classic, "Sleep-
ing Beauty," Saturday and Sun-
day at the Michigan Bell Tele-

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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday

INFANT NEEDS
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lan to serve this
year are Mes-
dames Ben Meck-
ler and Mark
Howard, vice
presidents; Ber-
nard Nathan
Leonard Hack
and Harvey Sib-
rack, secretaries;
Mrs. Allan
Samuel Schaflan-
der, treasurer; and A. B. Flayer,
Dan Frohman, George Kerwin,
Louis P. Miller, Milton J. Miller
and Harry C. Singer, board of

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Mrs. Samuel Kaplan models a gown to be featured at a fashion
show sponsored by her fellow members of Michigan Region ORT
Wednesday at Franklin Hills Country Club. Standing behind Mrs.
Henry Pariser are (from left) Mesdames Daniel Siegel, Ben Brant
and William Wetsman, president.

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