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November 04, 1966 - Image 16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, November 4, 1966

Women's Clubs

(Continued from Page 15)
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a pre-donor
luncheon noon Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Bracha
Kopstein, author and lecturer, will
speak on "Our Counterpart in
Israel." A social and games hour
will follow. At a meeting 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Ann Mondrow will re-
view "Doctor Zhivago." Refresh-
ments will be served. Guests in-
vited.
* *
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold a board meeting 12:15
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Mischa Sachs, 6800 Knollwood
Crescent W., Birmingham. Mrs.
Marthan Cohen of the Jewish Com-
munity Council will be guest
speaker. Hostesses will be Mes-
dames Samuel Bleier, Charles
Goodman, Joseph Grant, Milton
Jacobs, Israel Saginaw, Alfred
Shaw and Murray Shekter.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at Jericho Tem-
ple. Final plans will be made for
the Armistice Day luncheon which
will be held noon Nov. 14 at Jer-
icho Temple. Mrs. Jack Seder is
ticket chairman. Luncheon chair-
men are Mesdames Ida Silber, Ida
Tubbin, Molly Baseman and Fanny
Laufer.
* *
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH AND WOM-
EN'S SABBATH LEAGUE will
hold. a Victory Luncheon noon
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah. Rabbi Shaiall
Zachariash of Shomrey Emunah
Synagogue will be guest speaker.
A report on the honor luncheon
will be given by Mrs. Milton Win-
ston. * * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE gave a
Halloween party Oct. 31 at Haw-
thorn Center. Leah Nicken was
chairman.

When It Comes

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EMMA LAZARUS CHAPTER,
American Jewish Congress, will
host Paul Winter discussing "Ex-
tremism in Detroit" 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Parks and Rec-
reation Building, Southfield Civic
Center. Winter is host of his own
television show on Channel 50 and
can be heard on his radio program
"Sound Off." He has also taught
philosophy at the University of
Michigan and English at Wayne
State University. Winter will be
introduced by Mrs. Aaron Shif man,
president of the Women's Division
of American Jewish Congress. Re-
freshments will be served. Friends
are welcome.
• * *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at the home
of Mrs. Abe Eizelman, 5858 Tabor,
Bloomfield Hills. Heading a group
of members sewing cancer pads is
Mrs. Morris Weintraub, who is
appealing to the public for the
white linen so desperately needed
for the pads. Mrs. Weintraub may
be contacted at KE 4-9220 or LI
2-3436.
* * *
MICHAEL C. STARK CHAPTER,
Children's Leukemia Foundation of
Michigan, will meet 8 p.m. Monday
at Howard Johnson's Restaurant,
8 Mile and Coolidge, Oak Park.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will hold a board meeting 8:30
p.m. Monday in the social hall.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will meet 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at Howard Johnsons,
Northwestern Highway a n d 10
Mile.
• * *
PYTHIAN SISTERS will have
its annual buffet dinner and games
night Dec. 11, at Castle Hall. Mary
Lorber and Ann Schubb are in
charge. For tickets, call Gert Tra-
ger, VE 8-3717.
* * *
CHILDREN UNLIMITED, a
philanthropic organization dedi-
cated to aid blind, multi-handi-
capped children, will hold an open
luncheon and meeting 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Northland Con-
course, Room B. There will be a
display of jewelry, and Mrs. David
Frederick will speak on "The His-
tory of Antique Jewelry." Guests
are welcome.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Pre-Thanks-
giving Dinner and games party
6 p.m. Sunday at the Sholem Alei-
chem Institute. For reservations,
call Rebecca Cohen, UN 2-4344.

Beth Yehudah PTA

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Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sherman,
16985 George Washington, South-
field, will be hosts at a meeting
of the board of the Parent Teachers
Association of Beth Yehudah
Schools at their home 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday.

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the bride of Jerry Herbert Shulak
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and Mrs. Harry Shulak of ToleCo.
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Rabbi Morton Goldberg of Temple
Bnai Israel, Toledo, officiated at
the wedding, after which the
couple left on a honeymoon trip
to the West and Hawaii. They will
live in Toledo on their return.
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Donna Sporn, maid of honor,
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Vicki Lasser, Sandra Shulak of
Toledo, the bridegroom's sister,
Kathy Shulak of Toledo and
Nancy Krock of North Brook-
field, Mass.
Best man was David Shulak of
Toledo, brother of the bridegroom.
Brothers of the bride, Bruce and
Robert Alpert, served as ushers,
as did Dr. Richard Klein, Daniel
Starsky, Gordon Levine, Kenneth
Shulak and Norman Schwartz, all
of Toledo, and Stephen Alpert of
Newton, Mass.
The bride's gown, especially de-
signed for her, was a French
Guipure lace cage appliqued with
flowers and worn over a heavy
Italian satin sheath. Her headpiece
was a high pillbox of the same
lace and floral appliques, holding
her floor-length veil with train.
She carried lilies of the valley on
her confirmation Bible.

Pioneer Women Plans
Pre-Donor Afternoon

The Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools, under the
presidency of Mrs. Isadore Goren,
invites women in the community
to attend its annual luncheon 12:15
p.m. Wednesday at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Program for the afternoon will
be selections by
vocalist Lois Ack,
with accompani-
ment at the
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Stein, according
to Program
Chairman M r s.
Maurice Floch.
The Women's
Auxiliary pro-
vides scholarships
Mrs. Goren
for graduate
students who wish to prepare for
Hebrew teaching as a vocation and
scholarships for high school stu-
dents to Hebrew-speaking camps.
In addition, the group presents
reference books to the library and
awards to outstanding graduates.
For tickets, call Mrs. Leonard
Schreiber, luncheon chairman, 398-
2084, or Mrs. Jacob Axelrod, ticket
chairman, UN 4-9174.

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