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April 07, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-07

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Friday, April 7, 1967-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Oa, -activities

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER.
will hold a special meeting honor- ! HOOD
will hear Mrs. Henry Berris
ing Mrs. Max (Chayka) Green- review the books, "Is There An
berg, charter member of the club, Answer?" by David and Tamar de
on the occasion of her 85th birth- Sola Poole and "Hope for Man"
day, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the by the late Joshua Loth Liebman,
Labor Zionist Institute. Chana 11 a.m. Tuesday at the temple. Mrs.
Idlchlin, president, announces that Berris has conducted leadership

members are planting Jewish Na-

training courses and speakers train-
ing institutes in Detroit and
and a Spiritual Adoption Fund is throughout the state. She has taught
being set up by the Detroit Council book review skills at the Jewish
of Pioneer Women (See story) . Center and for the past 15 years
The group also will bid bon voyage has been active in planning the an-
to members who are leaving for nual Jewish Book Fairs. Coffee
IsraeL
and rolls will be served at 10:15
* •
in the social hall. There is no
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD charge, and the public is invited.
will hold its annual Tora brunch
The sisterhood will be addressed
11 a.m. Monday in the social hall, 12:30 p.m. Monday by Mrs. Theo-
it was announced by Mrs. Samuel dore 0. Wedel, associate general
Wasserman, Tora Fund chairman. secretary for Christian unity, Na-
Proceeds will go for the building tional Council of Churches and
of the Matilda Schechter Residence wife of Rev. Canon 'Theodore 0.
Hall of the Theological Seminary Wedel, an honorary canon of
of America in New :York. Cantor Washington Cathedral and warden
Moses Sorensen will head the en- emeritus of the College of Preach-
tertainment program, which will ers in the District of Columbia.
include a m edley of traditional "The Changing Family in a Chang-
Yiddish, Hebrew and Israeli melo- ing World" will be the theme of
dies and folk songs. Mrs. George her address at the monthly meet-
Fredson is the chairman of tellers. ing. A petite luncheon will be
and Mrs. Albert Kaplan is card served in the social hall with the
chairman. All members are invited meeting following at 1. It is open
to attend and bring their Tora to the public, free of charge.
• • *
coin canisters.
* • *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
will
hold
its
annual Tora Fund
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCII.
Jewish Women European Welfare Luncheon 12:15 p.m. Monday in
Organization. will hold its annual the social hall. Mrs. Leon Sears,
spring luncheon noon Tuesday at chairman of the day, announces
Jericho
Temple. Mrs. Morris that contributors to the combined
Haut, president, announces that Tora campaign will be honored.
Bollie Baseman, chairman of the Mrs. Thomas Partovich, chairman
luncheon, is assisted by Gussie of the Michigan Branch Tora Fund,
Cardish. Proceeds of the luncheon will speak. Guests are invited. For
will go toward widows and orphans reservations, call Mrs. Sears, LI
supported in Israel by the or- 5-0590.
• •
ganization. The community is in-
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT GROUP.
vited. For information, call Mrs.
I ladassah, will hold its annual
Haut, BR 3-6571.
games night 8 p.m. Thursday at
• • •
the Labor Zionist Institute. Tickets
DIMONA CHAPTER, 'Pioneer can be purchased at the door.

tional Fund trees in her donor,

Women, will hold a member and

guest luncheon at the home of Mrs.

R. Leiser, 25827 Arrowhead, South-
field, noon Tuesday. Mrs. Larry
Guttenberg will speak on "Sen-
sible Dieting'. For information call
Mrs. Leiser. 356-6729.
* • •
CHILDREN UNLIMITED will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Northland Concourse. Luncheon
will be served, after which Freda
Drapkin will review her own books,
"Papa's Golden Land" and "Mama
Is a Citizen." Friends are invited.
*
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Jacob Hoberman, 17377 Indiana.

The guest speaker will be Rabbi

Hoberman.

-

ist Institute. Mrs. Adele Mondry
will give a book review.

WHEN WE
CLEAN
YOUR CARPET,

STAYS CLEAN, WITH...

SOIL RESISTANT

CARPET
CLEANING

IT TAKES A GENI...US

HAGOPIAN
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Ann Lebster Chapter of Flint 'dent of the Flint chapter, an-
Hadassah will hold a masquerade nounced that the next chapter
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD hall 8:30 p.m. April 22 at the luncheon meeting will be held
President Mrs. Joseph Katchke Southmoor Country Club on Dort noon April 17 at Temple Beth El.
announces that the Mobile Unit Hwy., Flint.
Election of officers will take place,
of Center Theater will present an
Chairman Mrs. Harry Sherwin and sociodrama on the Jews of
original play, "Women! Women!
Russia
will be presented under the
Women!" at its meeting, 12:30 is assisted by Mesdames Lewis direction of Mrs. Robert Gutter-
Sanford, Peter , Kronick, Edwin
p.m. Monday in the synagogue
Schreiber, Stanley Kaller, Nelson man.

social hall. The meeting will in-
clude the election of officers. Mrs.
Harry Nachman is program vice
president. Members participating
in the day's activities are Mesdames
Harry Markovitz, Jacob Axelrod,
George Bassin and David Dunsky.
Mrs. Herman Canner, book review
chairman, announces the final re-
view of the series will be held 10
a.m. Tuesday in the social hall.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal will evaluate
Maurice Samuel's documentary
"Blood Accusation: The Strange
History of the Beiliss Case" and
Bernard Malamud's novel "The Fix-
er." Guests are invited to both the
meeting and book review. A social
hour will precede each of the
events, with cake and coffee
served by hospitality chairman
Mrs. Baruch Ulrych and her com-
mittee. The sisterhood will honor
contributors to its current drive for
Tora Fund and the Mathilde
Schechter Resident Hall with a
tea and musicale 1 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Harry
Nachman, 17310 Westland, South-
field. Chairman Mrs. Barney Gol-
den said all proceeds support the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and provide a "home
away from home" for women stu-
dents. Hayay Olam pins will be pre-
sented to sisterhood women who
have contributed $100 or more. A
musical program will be present-
ed by Mrs. Sheldon Schwartz.
* *
*

AESCULAPIAN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Pincer. 18486 Parkside. A
dessert luncheon will be served.
The budget will be presented and
the major projects for the year
• * *
discussed. W iv e s of Jewish
NEGBAH CHAPTER. Pioneer pharmacists are invited to an open
Women, will hold a dinner party meeting to be held May 10 at the
with games 6:30 p.m. April 16 at Michigan Consolidated Gas Com-
the Labor Zionist Institute. Friends pany. For reservations contact Mrs.
and husbands are invited.
Harry Katzman, 358-0085.
* * *
-
• *
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold a business
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. There will
be an installation of officers. Those
to be installed are Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Goldstein, worthy matron and
patron; Dina Burton, associate
matron:
Ruth Kleiman, con-
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden will be
installed as president of the league ductress: Beryl Perlman, associate
conductress;
Sondra Gorosh, sec-
of Jewish Women's Organizations
retary; and Sophia Rosen treas-
o f Metropolitan f:
urer. Refreshments will be served.
Detroit at an in-
Guests are welcome.
stallation lunch-
• • •
eon noon April 20
at Beth Abraham
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Synagogue.
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30
To be installed
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist
with Mrs. Linden
Institute. Mrs. Clara Marks, presi-
are Mesdames
dent, announces the program will

L eague to Insta ll

M rs. J. S. Linden

as President

*
BRANDE IS WOMEN NATIONAL.
WOMEN'S COMMITTEE will hold
a pick up day for books 1-3 p.m.
Sunday at the A&P parking lot,
Coolidge and 11 Mile Rds., Berk- A b e Bookstein,
ley. Books collected will be sold Julius Meskin,
at its "NeW Books for Old Sale." Lou is Redstone
* * •
and Jules Sand-
NEW STUDY CLUB will meet ers, vice presi-
noon Wednesday at the Labor Zion- dent s; Leonard

Schafer, Leon Rosky, Harold Mal-
lon, James Lebster, Ed Vater,
Michael Pelavin, Henry Living-
ston, Joe Megdell, Sumner Gold-
man, Sid Kramer, Raymond Fail-
er, William Cohen, Francis Ed-
wards ,Edward Hyman and Mel-
vyn Wolf.
Music will be provided by Bob
Stroup's orchestra, and there will
be prizes and breakfast.

Mrs. Arthur Silverman, presi-

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ism." Refreshments will be served.
Guests are invited.
• *

Mrs. Linden

will welcome guests and mems
tiers, will be followed on the
program by Mrs. Marvin B. Levy,

STARTING WEDS., APRIL 12th

THROUGH APRIL 15th



KINNERET CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Sarah Kanter will report
on the Millionaires Party. News
and views will be presented by
Blanche Lesser. Hostesses will be
Bessie Litwak and Rose Tenner.
• •

president, who will tender her
president's report. Mrs. Sol Ham-
merstein will present the presi-
dent's pin, and the installation
of officers by Mrs. Philip Reit-
man will take place.

Mrs. Linden will accept her new
gavel prior to the benediction by
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadassah,
Mrs. Philip Fealk. Mrs. Norman will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Allen is in charge of entertainment Hadassah House. Refreshments will
which will follow.
be served. .Guests are invited.

4

IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS

15738 Livernois

be conducted by Ann Erman, who
will lead a discussion on "Ecumen-

INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
will hold a victory dinner 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the A b bey
friend, Ernest Golumbia, Sam Was- Restaurant. All fund raisers will
serman, Jack Seder, Gerald Gold- be honored. Mrs. Sam Koppelman,
berg and Joseph Viedrah, secre- fund-raising chairman, announces
taries; George Brown, hiitorian; that over $13,000 was raised this
Marton Barak, parliamentarian, and year. Tops among the fund raisers
Marvin B. Levy, counselor.
were Mrs. Jack Eder, Mrs. Lewis
The invocation will be delivered Davis, president, and Mrs. David
by Mrs. Israel Halpern.
Riseman.
Mrs. Ben J. Feldstein, who
• •

Soskin, treasurer
James Good-

Masquerade Ball Set by Flint Hadassah

saiikt ititenew-

347 Fisher Road

19452 Livernois

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