THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Kinneret Chapter, Pioneer
Women, will hold -:
a dessert lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m.
March 25 at - the
home of Rebecca
W. Seven Mile.
The book, "Jews
of Silence" by
Elie Wiesel, will
- be reviewed by
Mrs. Harold No-
v e c k. Proceeds
will go to De-
troit's new chil-
Beth Neham, in
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UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY will hold
an open meeting 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Esther Berman
Building. The program, "A Palace
in Space and Time," will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Nicholas M. Lazar.
An artistic and musical approach
to Judaism's religious ideals based
on Dr. Abraham Heschel's book,
"The Sabbath," it will feature a
former UHS student, Doris Selig-
son, who will present readings
from the book. Vocalist Mrs. . Louis
Beresh will be accompanied in
Sabbath melodies by Mrs. Jack
Mash at the piano. Mrs. George
Gantz, program chairman, an-
nounces there will be a display
of religious art and ceremonial
objects. The dessert luncheon will
be served by Mrs. Erwin Friedman
and her committee. Mrs. Isadore
Goren will preside, and Mrs. Jacob
Axelrod is chairman of life mem-
bership. Friends are invited.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a "pre-Million-
aires Party" luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Irving
Weiner, 27310 Fairfax, Southfield.
Celia Altman will be co-hostess.
Airs. Frank Rath will give a read-
ing on "Childhood Memoirs of
Shazar." Guests are invited by
President Mrs. Philip Field.
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FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
.Aiizrachi Women, will hold a
Purim luncheon and games party,
12:30 p.m. Monday at Beth Hillel
Synagogue, announces Mrs. Milton
Radner, president. Mrs. Sam Sbo-
row, chairman, and Mrs. Lil Ver-
nen, co-chairman, invite friends.
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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs
.David Birnbaum, 24740 Harding.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Sho-
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UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Rachel Borenstein,
19480 Freeland. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Joseph Borenstein.
PYTHIAN SISTERS invites the
public to learn about the Free
Press column "Action Line" 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the temple. A repre-
sentative from the Free Press will
show movies, and • a question-an-
swer period will follow. Refresh-
ments will be served.
aLU POND SOIL RESISTANT
IT TAKES A GENI—US
15180 W. 8 MILE RD.
A1USIC STUDY CLUB will hold
a "family affair," an open board
meeting featuring participation by
members of the club, 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the Jewish Center mu-
sic room. Mrs. NOrman Allan will
preside. An exhibit of works by
Mrs. Albert Silverman will be on
display. Airs. Silverman, a club
member, had a successful showing
in Chicago galleries earlier this
year. Members of the club's per-
forming workshop under chairman
Mrs. Harvey Sibrack, will present
the musical portion of the after-
noon. Airs. Joseph Markel, program
chairman, invites guests. Dessert
luncheon will be served.
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Young Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization president Mrs. Jo-
seph Shifman an-
nounces a pre-
event to be held
noon Monday at
field. Guests in-
for the afternoon
a r e Mesdames
Shifman, Louis Mrs. Shifman
Benton and Milton Ribiat.
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. A. Rothenberg, 17529 Green-
lawn. Rev, Rothenberg will be
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AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Raimi,
14481 LaBelle, Oak Park. A
Purim afternoon has been planned
by the program chairman, Mrs.
Jack Jacobowitz. Friends are in-
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Refreshments will be served.
Friends are invited.
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SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a board meeting
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Edith Katz, 21801 Harding,
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CONG. BETH HILLEL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual family
supper 6 p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. Featured will be Jewish
and Israeli dances presented by
Harriet Berg's Young Dancers
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PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold its
annual East night 7:45 p.m, Mon-
day at Eureka Masonic Temple.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.
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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Purim lunch-
eon with games 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Rose Klein-
bard, 19330 Kentucky. Friends in-
vited. Co-hostess is Ida Stone.
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BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold a Tora Fund luncheon
and book review 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the synagogue. Mrs. Mor-
decai Halpern will review "Hope
Is My House" by Devorah Wigoder.
Proceeds will go to the Jewish
Theological Seminary projects.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door or by calling Mrs. Frank Nel-
son, LI 2-2978. The public is in-
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PHI DELTA EPSILON MEDICAL
FRATERNITY WOMEN'S AUXIL-
IARY will meet 12:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of - Mrs. Marion
Cooper, 15689 Addison, Southfield.
Mrs. Cooper will be speaker, and
the basics of flower arranging will
be demonstrated. Materials will be
supplied. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Eli
Kuhel and Mrs. Harold Glen. For
reservations call Mrs. Glen, 353-
2858, or Airs. Jerome Klegman ; 353-
+ - 2522.
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD will
hold a panel discussion on
"The Meaning of Jewish Identity
and How to Strengthen It in Our
Day" noon Monday in the social
hall. The panel will consist of Alex
Roberg, principal of the Adas
Shalom and Beth Aaron branches
of the United Hebrew Schools; Mrs.
Albert Kaplan, chairman of the
Beth Aaron Youth Commission and
past president of the sisterhood;
and Mrs. Jack Shenkman, presi-
dent of the Michigan Branch of
the National Women's League of
the United Synagogue of America.
Rabbi G o r r e l i c k will act as
moderator. The program has been
arranged by Mrs. Paul Masserman,
vice president. Refreshments will
be served before the program.
The public is invited.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a Purim party noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Culture c h a i r m a n,
Blanche Rose, invites friends. Par-
ticipating in the program will- be
Jeanette Serling and Celia Plat-
kin. Refreshments will be served.
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE FEDERATION will hold
a board meeting noon Alonday at
the home of Mrs. Mildred Meyers,
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM SIS-
TERHOOD will host a Purim
party for the patients at Eloise
Hospital 12:30 p.m. Thursday. The
patients will be provided with
lunch, games, books and clothing.
For information contact Mrs. Isaac
Tennenhouse, LI 6-8870.
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will hold the third book re-
view in its spring series 11 a.m.
Tuesday at the synagogue. Rabbi
William Greenebaum II, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El in Flint,
will . review "Games People Play,"
by Eric Berne. Coffee and rolls
will be served in the social hall
prior to the review. Friends are
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NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will hold a fund-raising
kick-off dinner 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at the home of Mrs. Max Wolf,
15301 Oakwood, Oak Park. Allen
Gelfond will show slides on the
group of retarded children of the
Jewish Center on a recent trip to
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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at Holiday
Catering. Hospitality board hos-
tess Mrs. Morris Lezerson and her
committee will serve refreshments.
Pioneer Women to Hear
Talk on Agnon's Works
The Book Review Club of the
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women
will meet 1:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Airs. Joseph Katz,
21881 Beverly, Oak Park.
Mrs. David Sislin, chairman of
arrangements, advised that Morris
Nobel, United Hebrew Schools
principal, will speak on the writ-
ings of Shmuel Yosef Agnon.
Nobel received his Hebrew edu-
cation in Europe and at the Teach-
er's Institute in New York. He
is a graduate of the University of
Toledo and did his postgraduate
work at Ohio State University and
Dropsie College. He has been a
lecturer in Hebrew literature.
Workmen's Circle Unit
to Celebrate 30th- Year
The Women's Division of the
Workmen's Circle will celebrate its
30th anniversary with a donor
luncheon in the WC Center audi-
torium. noon Wednesday.
A special musical program will
be presented by Nancy Israel, 00-
prano, and Norman Berman at the
piano. Also, prizes will be given
For tickets, call Nadia Entin,
president, DI 1-2878, or Workmen's
Circle office, KE 7-5440.
Scheduled for August
Friday, March 17, 1967-31
Women Raise $1,623,000
for UJA in New York
NEW, YORK (JTA) — A total
of $1,623,000 in pre-campaign
pledges was announced at a rally
and luncheon launching the 1967
campaign of the women's division
of the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York. The figure
represents an increase of 26 per
cent over the pre-campaign figure
Some 4,000 women volunteers
attended the rally at which Baron
Guy de Rothschild, French Jewish
leader, was presented with the
women's division Eleanor Roose-
velt Memorial Award for human-
Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman, widow
of the late governor of New York,
who is honorary chairman of the
women's division, was presented
with a scroll conveying official
notice from the municipality of
MISS SHARON FRANK
Dimona, Israel, of-the formal dedi-
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Berris of cation in her name of the Edith
Mendota Ave. announce the en- Lehman High School there.
gagement of their daughter Sharon
Frank to Edward Ogul, son of the
William Oguls of Lesure .Ave.
Miss Frank is a graduate of
Michigan State University. Her
fiance received his masters degree
in speech from Wayne State Uni-
An August wedding is planned.
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