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February 17, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-17

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• • •
omen's Clu4 activities

BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
Will hold its final book review of
the series 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
social hall, it was announced by
Mrs. Morris Ginsberg, president.
A continental breakfast will pre-
cede the book review, "In My Fa-
ther's Court" by Isaac B. Singer
Which will be reviewed by Mrs. Joe
Medwed. For information, call the
synagogue office, UN 1-5222, or
Mrs. Hyman Fox, book review
Chairman, UN 3-0876. Members
are asked to bring any white ele-
phant items they may have, suit-
able for sale at the sisterhood's
first annual family fair planned
for March 12 and 13.
* * *
PHI DELTA EPSILON WOM-
EN'S AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
David Ruskin, 24555 Lee Baker,
Southfield. An evening of games
Will be featured. For reservations,
contact Mrs. Ruskin, 357-0013.
* * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
noon Tuesday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Speaker for the after-
noon will be Mrs. Florene Marks
of the Weight Watchers.
• * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
Will conclude its book review series
1 p.m. Tuesday at the synagogue.
Mrs. Harry Gunsberg, chairman,
announces that Bernard Malamud's
°The Fixer" will be reviewed by
Mrs. Nettie Baron Golub. A cof-
fee hour will precede the pro-
gram. For tickets contact Mrs.
Harry Gunsberg, 342-4645.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a membership tea noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Israeli songs will be
sung by Celia Plafkin. Refresh-
ments will be served.
* * *
BAGLEY GROUP, Hadassah,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Hadassah House. The slide narra-
tive "This Golden Land," the story
Of the Jews in America from 1492
to 1967, will be featured. Mrs.
Lewis Adler will give a contem-
porary affairs report. Mrs. Louis
Kashdan, president, invites guests.
Refreshments will be served.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of the
Eastern Star, will hold its annual
Friends Night 7:45 p.m. Monday at
Eureka Masonic Temple. Florence
Chapter will exemplify the degrees.
Refreshments will be served. Guests

invited.

* * *
GOLDA HEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Plans for the pre-Purim party
will be discussed. Refreshments
will be served. Friends are invited.

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* *

JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a board meeting
noon Tuesday at the home of Ida
Tubben, 13274 N. Norfolk. A re-
port on the recent luncheon will
be given.
• * *
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will hold
a membership tea noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Hershel Sand-
berg, 19210 Silvercrest, Southfield.
Membership Vice President Mrs.
Leonard Baruch has planned a
leather fashion show with Mrs.
Jennie Teff, commentator. For in-
formation, call President Mrs.
Jerome Rosman, 353-2509.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER FIGHT-
ERS will hold an open board meet-
ing noon Monday at Rosenberg's
Holiday Caterers. Mrs. Phillip'Moss,
vice president of the souvenir jour-
nal, requests a turn-in of all funds
and data pertaining to the jour-
nal. Mrs. Moss will present a re-
port on the current progress.
* * *
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTERHOOD
will hear a lecture on "The Emer-
gence of Reform Judaism" by
Irving I. Katz and James J. Levbarg,
11 a.m. Tuesday. This is the third
in a series of four lectures. Coffee
and rolls will be served 10:15 in
the social hall.

Cherub Ball to Raise
Funds for Infants .

Needy and handicapped children
will benefit from proceeds raised
at the annual Cherub Ball of the
Infants Service Group 7 p.m . . Feb.
26 at the Latin Quarter.
According to President Mrs.
Lewis Davis, the organization has
contributed over
$45,000 to the
Detroit Associa-
tion for Retard-
ed Children and
more than ,$36,-
000 to PenriCk;
ton Nursery, in
addition to pro-
viding clothin
and food to in-
fants of indigent
families. Mrs. Lewis
Comedian Ai Bernie will head-
line the show, with Hal Gordon
and his orchestra providing the
music for dancing. A champagne
hour will precede the dinner.
Dinner-dance chairman is Mrs.
Milford Singer. She is assisted by
Mesdames Leonard Baron, tickets;
David Riseman, entertainment;
Samuel Koppelman, fund raising;
Benjamin Rochlen, book editor;
and Arthur Leebove, editor.

*

* *

Pioneer Women Plan Bond Luncheon

TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT, will
meet 12:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Morton Siegel, 21871 Avon,
Oak Park. A dessert luncheon will
be served. A wig fashion show
will be presented.
* * *
GOLDEN RING CLUB, of the
Workmen's Circle will meet 12:30
p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Adele Mon-
dry will review the book "The
Gates of the Forest" by Elie Wie-
sel. Guests are welcome.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER
Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Luncheon will be served. Guest
speaker Marsha Keller will give a
book review.
* * *
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold an oneg Shabbat 1:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Simmer, 18273
Fairfield. Mrs. Robert Dunsky,
oneg Shabbat chairman, announces
that the theme "Traveling With
Jews Around the World" will be
continued. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Fred Findling and Mrs. Joel
Silver, both of whom came to this
country from France. Refresh-
ments will be served preceding
the program.
* * *
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will hear
a paper by Esther Miller Krops
on "Twentieth Century Trends in
American and Israeli Music" 12:30
p.m, Tuesday in the Jewish Cen-
ter music room. Mrs. Krops, who
will give musical illustrations, is
a long-term member of the club.
A graduate of Juilliard and a
pupil of Olga Samaroff, she has
done much concertizing in the
area and also serves as accom-
panist and teacher of piano. Mrs.
Joseph Markel is program chair-
man. Mrs. Norman Allan, presi-
dent, invites interested women in
the community. Dessert luncheon
will be served.

Hadassah's Town Hall
to feature a Trio of
Current, Critical Issues

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah has
scheduled its 1967 Town Hall
Series for 12:15 p.m. March 2,
9 and 16 at Hadassah House.
Mrs. Abe Zitomer, chairman,
announces that "Questions People
Ask" will be the theme of the
series, commencing with Richard
Lobenthal, director of the Mich-
igan Region Office, Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith. He
will discuss "A m e r i c a n Right
Wing-Nationalists or Neo-Nazis?"
On March 9, Albert Elazar, su-
perintendent of the United Hebrew
Schools, will present "Israel's
Dilemma—Guns or Butter?"
Edwin G. Shifrin, chairman
of the cultural commission of the
Jewish Community Council,
will speak on "Russia's Jews—
Silence or Survival?", and the
Jewish Center Theater Mobile
Unit will present "The Baba
and Babi Yar" by Josiah Lewis
at the closing session.
Preceding each session, coffee
and cake will be served.
Mrs. Maurice Perlman, vice pres-
ident of education, invites friends
to the Town Hall Series.
Donations and reservations may
be sent to the Hadassah office,
16240 W. Seven Mile. For informa-
tion, call BR 3-5441, or Mrs.
Zitomer, UN 1-7340.

Avrunin Branch to Join
Poale Zion at Meeting

Planning the Detroit Council of Pioneer Women's "Am Israel
Ha' luncheon to be held March 9, at Cong. Bnai David, are (from
left) seated, Mrs. Alexander Schreier, luncheon chairman; Mrs.
Norman Leemon, ticket chairman, and Mrs. Jack Gosman, special
events chairman; standing, Mesdames David Sislin, Michael Michlin,
Milton Weiss and Sarah Levin. Jan and Lillian Bart, recording
artists, will be guest stars at this affair on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Fishman is the Pioneer . Women's Council president.

Avrunin Branch, Farband, will
meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday with
Branch Three, Poale Zion, at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Benjamin Laikin will discuss
current events in Israel and the
Diaspora.
Refreshments will be served by
Mr. and Mrs. Laikin in celebra-
tion of the wedding of their grand-
son. Friends are invited.

Tyner-Davidson Troth
Announced in Saginaw

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 17, 1967-19

Mizrachi Women Vote Aid

NEW YORK (JTA) — A fund
amounting to more than $500,000
was authorized by the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America
Monday to sustain its network of
social welfare institutions in Israel
for disadvantaged children.
The sum was voted at the orga-
nization's midwinter conference
here, attended by 400 leaders of
the organization from nine Eastern
Seaboard states and the District
of Columbia.

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