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November 25, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-25

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22—Friday, November 25, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Mothers Clubs Mark Anniversary

Presidents of the Jewish Center Mothers Clubs are (from left)
standing: Mesdames Bertha Cohen, 12th Street Mothers Club, and
Fanny Grober, Dexter Mothers Club; and seated: Mesdames Mil-
dred Lefkowitz, Center-Davison; and Lucy Siegel, Fenkell Mothers
Club. Laina Temchin (far right) is the Center staff member.

The 46th anniversary of the
founding of the Mothers Clubs of
the Jewish Center will be celebrat-
ed at an anniversary luncheon
12:15 p.m. Nov. 28 at the Center.
Milton J. Miller, Center presi-
dent, announced that special guests
and families of members will be
attending.
The four presidents and the
mothers clubs are Mesdames Ber-
tha Cohen, 12th Street Mothers
Club; Mildred Lefkowitz, Center-
Davison Mothers Club; Lucy Sie-
gel, Fenkell Mothers Club; and
Fanny Grober, Dexter Mothers
Club.
The four groups meet regularly
at the Center for social, education
and civic purposes.

vices to others. They have spon-
sored a nursery at the Center—so
members could participate in Eng-
lish and citizenship classes—and
a mothers' and children's camp in
Chelsea. They have served as
United Service Organization can-
teen hostesses, contributed craft
articles to the Red Cross, sewn
cancer pads for the Michigan Can-
cer Society and served as aides in
hospitals in addition to their other
projects.

Dr. Do . nald S. Beser

Ann Rubenstein to Tred

The first mothers club, found-
ed in November 1920 at the
Hannah Schloss building, was
comprised of young immigrant
women who met to learn about
the American way of life, study-
ing English, citizenship, civic
responsibility, child care, local
and national civic projects and
community services.
The mothers clubs offer ser-

Them

All

The sixth annual Hanuka festival
of Americans for Progressive
Israel—Hashomer Hatzair will be
held 8:30 p.m. Dec. 3 in the Zion-
ist Cultural Center.
Entertainment will include folk
music, latkes, prizes and Israeli
dancing.
Music will be provided by the
instrumental group of the Israeli
Student Organization, and there
will be anecdotes by Abe Berniker,
and a Hanuka quiz by Assof Orr.
All are invited.

Concert to Benefit
linsielans on Way to Success

Many young artists on their way
up have received a boost from the
Music Study Club, a group of wom-
en who love music and show it.
The club will hold its 31st An-
nual Artist Concert 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the Scottish Rite Cathedral,
when two prodigies, Richard Luby
and Emanuel Ax, will perform.
Luby, 22-year-old violinist from
Detroit, will share the stage with
the 17-year-old Polish-born pianist
in the club's continuing program
of cultural events.

Proceeds will go toward schol-
arships for talented young musi-
cians; opportunities for young
artists to appear professionally
in concert—as Luby and Ax will
be doing; music, musical instru-
ments, records and books for
universities and other cultural
institutions in Israel; and mo-
rale-building programs for pa-
tients in hospitals and other in-
stitutions.

The club's special scholarship
funds include the Arthur S. Purdy
Memorial for Violin, Emma Scha-
ver Scholarship for Voice, Sally

Vaad Harabonim Has
Women'sStudy Group

The Vaad Harabonim, Council
of Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit, has
inaugurated a Women's Study
Group, to meet 1 p.m. Tuesdays
at the Julius Rotenberg
Members of the Vaad Hara-
bonim will alternate as instructors.
This month, Rabbi Leizer Levin,
president of the Vaad will teach
the class. All women in the com-
munity are invited.

Detroit Socialites Dance
to Be Held at Beth Moses

Detroit Socialites will hold a
dance 9 p.m., Sunday at Cong. Beth
Moses.
Music will be provided by the
Bob Smith Trio.
Refreshments will be served, and
the public is invited.
This organization comprises
adults age 30 and over, and is de-
voted to social, cultural, and phil-
anthropic pursuits.

MISS ANN RUBENSTEIN

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruben-
stein, of Winchester Rd., Hunting-
ton Woods, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Ann to Dr.
Donald Sheldon Beser, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Beser of Picadilly
Ave.
Dr. Beser did his undergraduate
work at the University of Michi-
gan received his medical degree
from the University of Michigan
Medical School.
Miss Rubenstein attended Wayne
State University.

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Piano, Jeanette X. Miller Scholar-
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American-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion Scholarship and the Music
Study Club Scholarship Fund.
The organization just completed
arrangements to sponsor the Wayne
State University Music Depart-
ment's and the Detroit Public
Schools' pilot program to be
known as the Junior String Proj-
ect. The plan will assist string stu-
dents in the schools of Detroit
through the college level.

Dr. Remus Robinson, presi-
dent of the Detroit Board of
Education, commended the club
"for making this program avail-
able to talented students who
cannot afford any type of pri-
vate lessons."
The club also sponsors a senior

student group and junior group of
young music lovers and musicians.
Mrs. Norman Allan is president,
and Mrs. Ben Meckler is concert
chairman.
Tickets to the concert are avail-
able at Grinnell's and the Scottish
Rite Cathedral box office.

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Shaarey Zedek recently. They are
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Renowned choreographer Lucas
Hoving will appear in a dance con-
cert at the Jewish Center 8:30 p.m.
Saturday and will conduct work-
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Hoving will be
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Classes in mod-
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grade students
Hoving
through adults
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creative dance classes for grades
4-6 and ballet, grades 7-9 will also
be held today.
An open masters class for begin-
ners and intermediate dancers will
be taught Sunday.
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