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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's

Detroit Cancer Fighters, City of
Hope, will be ringing doorbells for
the pilot research center Sunday
through Tuesday, under the direc-
tion of Mr s.
Charles Young,
vice president of
fund raising, and
Mrs. Elliot Schu-
biner, president
of the chapter.
Volunteers f o r
the door-to-door
march may call
Mrs. Young, 542-
3436, or Mrs.
Mrs. Schubiner Schubiner, 353-
7250. Mrs. Schubiner has called a
board meeting for noon Monday
at Rosenberg's Holiday Caterers,
to discuss the paid-up membership
luncheon.
* * *

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, at
the Esther Berman Building. The
program arranged by Mrs. Mau-
rice Floch, program vice president,
is entitled "Jewish Ethics in the
20th Century" and will be pre-
sented by Rabbi A. Irving Schnip-
per of Cong. Beth Moses. Also at
this meeting, Mrs. Leonard Schrei-
ber, ways and means vice presi-
dent, will discuss the arrange-
ments made for the annual lunch-
eon to be held on Nov. 9. Des-
sert luncheon will be served by
Mrs. Irwin Friedman, social chair-
man, and her committee.
* * *

PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold its
opening membership fashion
brunch noon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Sidney Bertin, 19444
Parkside. Knits will be modeled
by members. Guests invited.
* * *
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER-
HOOD is scheduling a toy party at
the Cohen Building, Livonia, 8:45
p.m. Monday. The party will be
presented by Sandra Greenberg.
Refreshments will be served. For
information call Shirley Green,
publicity chairman, GR 4-6929.
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OAKLAND-HILLS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Fred Sklarchyk, 14220
Greenbriar, Oak Park. The pro-
gram for the evening will include
a film on Project Hope. There will
also be a surprise guest speaker.
Coffee and cake will be served.

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BALMORAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT will hold
a luncheon meeting 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Albert Schweitzer, 6626 Country
Club Lane, Birmingham. Colonel
William J. Weinstein, of the U.S.
Marine Corps Reserve, will speak
on "Foreign Policy in Southeast
Asia." Guests are invited.
* * *
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Zbick, 18430 Woodingham.
* *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting noon Monday
at the Jericho Temple. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Phillip Schlussel and
Mrs. Louis Levine.
* * *
Temple Beth Jacob Sisterhood
will hear Lenore Romney discuss
"The Challenge of Change — the
American Woman" at a dessert
luncheon noon
Tuesday at the
Pontiac temple.
Rabbi Phillip
Berkowitz, spirit-
ual leader, will
offer greetings
and welcome
guests. Program
chairman M r s.
Morton Metzger
w i 1 1 introduce
Mrs. Romney M r s. Romney,
and new members will be present-
ed with a floral symbol of wel-
come to the sisterhood. Guests
are invited at no charge.
* * *
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION w i 11
meet noon Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Morris Stein, 25697 Briar,
Oak Park.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Lilly Stolman will talk
on her trip to Israel. Hostesses
for the afternoon will be Rebecca
Cohen and Fay Mandell. Guests
are invited.
* * *
PHI DELTA EPSILON
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will meet
10:45 a.m. Tuesday in the Roman-
esque Hall, Detroit Institute of
Art. Members will be taken for a
tour and a luncheon will follow.
For reservations, call Mrs. M.
Simmons, 356-3184.
* * *
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF THE
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED will
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at Bor-
man Hall. The subject, "The
Woman — Today and Tomorrow,"
will be discussed by panelists Mrs.
Ira Sonnenblick, Mrs. Clair e
Landes and Mrs. David Kliger. An
open question-answer period will
follow.
* * *
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday, at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Mrs. Irene Murphy, mem
ber of the board of regents of the
University of Michigan, who is run-
ning for re-election, will be guest
speaker. Current politics will be
discussed. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
* * *
BAGLEY GROUP, Hadassah,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Hadassah House. Mrs. Joseph
Sulkes, program vice president,
announces a panel demonstration
of "Recovery Inc." will be featur-
ed. Mrs. Max Frank will report
on contemporary affairs, and Mrs.
Benjamin Bond will highlight life
membership. Guests are invited. A
luncheon will be served.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER1100
will hold the first Meeting of the
book review and breakfast series
10 a.m. Monday in the social hall.
Rabbi Leon Frain will review
Bernard Malamud's "The Fixer."
For ticket information call Mrs.
Charles Goldstein, UN. 2-7414.

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF
OAK-WOODS SISTERHOOD will
meet Wednesday at Kitchen Glam-
our. Members are asked to meet
at the synagogue parking lot at
12:15 p.m. for transportation.
Theme of the meeting is "Food
Treasures of the Old World." For
information call Shirley Karnon,
LI 5-2984.
* * *
WOMEN'S GUILD OF SINAI
HOSPITAL OF DETROIT it hold-
ing its opening fall luncheon meet-
ing noon today in the main lec-
ture room of the hospital. The
program, "Let's Look Around,"
consists of a panel composed of
representatives of other hospital
auxiliaries, who will discuss the
work of their respective guilds.
The panel will feature Mesdames
Alfred Allen of Children's Hos-
pital, William J. Nagel of Harper
Hospital, Keith Teunion of Beau-
mont Hospital and William Wertz
of Detroit General. Mrs. John
Sills, past president of Sinai's
women's guild, will serve as mod-
erator.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold its
annual fund-raising luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Federal Depart-
ment Store at Grand River and
Oakman. There will be prizes.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will hold its eighth annual Worn-
en's Institute, starting Tuesday,
with registration and breakfast at
9 a.m., in the synagogue. Classes
begin at 9:30, under the instruc-
tion of Rabbi Milton Arm. Adult
education chairmen of the sister-
hood are Mrs. Nathan Watnick
and Mrs. Bernard Track.
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the social hall. Former Governor
G. Mennen Williams and Senator
Robert P. Griffin, candidates for
the United States Senate, will ex-
press their views on campaign
issues. A question-answer period
will follow. Mrs. Gerald Rosen-
baum, chairman of the meeting,
announces the public is invited-
* * *
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will have a game night
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Guests are in-
vited. For information, call Mrs.
Martin Kaber, 548-5387.
* * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold its mem-
bership tea 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the synagogue. Mrs. Shlomo Sperka
will show slides and talk on the
Chagall windows of the Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem. Mrs. Mar-
vin Ravich and Mrs. Pinkus Ehr-
lich, chairmen of the tea, invite
all ladies of the community. Re-
freshments will be served.

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