Friday, April 14, 1967-27
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will present the last book
review of its spring series 11 a.m.
Tuesday when Mrs. Lawrence
Wember will review "Gates of the
Forest" by Eli Wiese]. References
will be made to his other works
including "Town Beyond the Wall."
Mrs. Wember is a librarian at
Temple Israel and also serves as
book selection chairman of the
Jewish Center's Book Fair, record-
ing secretary of the association of
Jewish Libraries and a member
of the broadcasting committee of
the Jewish Community Council.
Coffee and rolls will be served
10:15 p.m. in the social hall. The
public is invited free of charge.
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DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE SIS-
TERHOOD will meet 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
The meeting will include election
of officers, a brief annual report
and planning for Downtown's first
dinner-dance and installation of
sisterhood officers. In addition
there will be entertainment by the
mother-daughter team, Mrs. Sam-
uel Barr and Mrs. Sander Lakin.
As a special courtesy to new mem-
bers who may wish to join at this
meeting, dues paid now will apply
for the coming year. Those need-
ing transportation to the meeting
or further information may con-
tact Mrs. Isadore Mege, KE
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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hear a report on
the May 7 testimonial dinner for ,
Bella Kozloff at its general meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at Cong .
Bnai David. Mrs. Henry Berris
will present a review.
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PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold
its 40th birthday party 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the temple. Initia-
tion of new sisters will be held.
Refreshments and social hour will
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TOWN AND COUNTRY CIIAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at
the Detroit Institute of Arts. The
meeting will feature a luncheon
and guided tour. For reservations
contact Mrs. J. Oppenhei m,
BAGLEY GROUP, Hadassah,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Hadassah House. New officers
will be installed by Mrs. Henry
Berris, Marcy Rose, songstress,
will entertain. Guests are invited.
Lunch will be served.
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CLUB will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Sholom Aleichem Institute.
Mrs. Manuel Neiman, president,
announces that Mo'os Hitim pack-
ages for Passover will be distrib-
uted for the needy at that time.
Refreshments will be served.
WHY WORRY t I
Leave Everything to Us
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
Pioneer Women's Review
New Life Chapter, American
Medical Center at Denver, will
hold its membership drive lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the
Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine of Birming-
ham Temple will
be guest speaker.
Mrs. Max Rabin-
owitz is chair-
man and Mrs.
Ben Rosen is co-
chairman. Mrs. Mrs. Parzen
Gilbert Borenstein, vice president
of ways and means, is over-all
chairman of the luncheon. Guests
are invited. Mrs. George Parzen
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, will
meet at the Labor Zionist Institute
noon Wednesday. Lillian Vernon,
chairman of the Beth Nehama
project, will introduce Bella Raiz-
man, who will speak about the lat-
est news. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.
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PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will meet 7:45
p.m. Monday at the temple. War-
dens, sentinels, marshalls, chap-
lains and organists from other
chapters as well as Purity Chapter
will be honored. Several past
grand matrons and patrons will he
honored. Refreshments will be
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Monday
at the home of Mrs. Myron Schiff-
man, 22335 laGaronne, Southfield.
Mrs. Carrie Berman will speak on
From Eight to Eighty." Guests
JEWiSli WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a board meeting
noon Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ida Tubben, 13274'N. Norfolk A
report on the canister solicitation
will be given.
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Mrs. Maltzer Elected
President of State
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO
CIETY AUXILIARY will hold a
victory luncheon honoring fund-
raising chairmen 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at Greenfield's in Birmingham,
announces Mrs. Leonard Haking,
president, In' addition to election
of officers, the program chairman
of the day, Mrs. Sol C. Grossman,
will present a "panel of Ameri-
cans," with representatives of sev-
eral racial and ethnic groups on
the panel. The invocation will be
given by Mrs. Irvin Weisenthal,
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NEGBAH CHAPTER Pioneer
Women , will hold a dinne
and games night 6:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
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Morris Friedman, 19931
Mrs. Milton Weiss, vice presi-
dent of education for the Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women, an-
nounces Mrs. Harold Noveck, book
review chairman of council, will
review "Gates of the Forest" and
"Jews of Silence- by Elie Wiesel
1:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of
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DETROIT SECTION, National *
Council of Jewish Women, will hold
a' "Treasure Aisle" art exhibition
and sale Sunday through Tuesday,
11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 16011 Hamil-
ton. Mrs. Arthur Bloom is chair- *
man of the show, and Mesdames
Carl Rosman and Aaron Nathan
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BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
FROM THE IMPORTER
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold its election meeting 11,
a.m. Tuesday at Topinka's Country
House. Mrs. Martin Selik, presi-
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
dent, will call the meeting to order
following brunch. Mrs. Mischa
Sachs, chairman for the afternoon,
will introduce Helen Naimark, who
will give a demonstration on the
preparation of fancy foods.
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SHERUTH LEAGUE Program
Chairman Mrs. Milton Mellin has
planned a general meeting for noon :33
Tuesday at Zionist Cultural Cen-
is pleased to announce
ter. Sam Marcus, of the Fresh Air
Society, in association with Mrs.
Harry Levitan. will discuss a new
pilot project for Sheruth and the
Fresh Air Society. Members are
is again available.
asked to bring a "white elephant"
that can be used for the Sheruth
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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio- ilti;
neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
By Appointment Only
stitute. The sl a te committ ee will .:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
! report. Refreshments w i 11 be
MI 4-1400. *-
served. Friends are invited.
1 . 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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DIAMONDS Niqr DIAMONDS
6atirry at Or King, ir
In .. georg e
Mrs. Joseph Maltzer of Ilunting- Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
ton Woods was installed as presi- to Hold Fashion Show
dent of the Michigan Federation
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority's
of Temple Sisterhoods Tuesday I "Ring-a-Ding Spring" Fashion
evening at Temple Beth El in Flint. Show will be held 8 p.m. Wednes-
Other officers are Mesdames day at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Paul Monchnik of Detroit, Stanton
The annual event is sponsored
Golden of Lansing. Julius J. Gutow by the sorority's Detroit area alum-
of Flint and Arthur Persky of nae and the Wayne State Univer-
Kalamazoo, vice presidents; Samuel sity Student Chapter for the bene-
Smaller, treasurer; and Milton fit of- the National Cystic Fibrosis
Lucow of Oak Park and Kenneth Research Foundation and the Judy
Carole Strauss Scholarship .Fund
Theme of the convention was
of Wayne State.
"The Three Faces of Sisterhood
There will be prizes and re-
—Faith, Action and Study," and
the three-day session focused •n
Mrs. Donald Goldberg. and Mrs.
service to the blind, service to
Elaine Koblin are co-chairman.
youth, including student aid to
rabbinic students at the Hebrew
Union College; efforts to im-
Now . . .
prove social justice and inter-
national relations; family educa-
tion; religious school education
and youth activities; and an in-
terfaith program with church ,
Rabbi William Rosenthall, exe-
cutive director of the World Union
for Progressive Judaism. address-
ed the delegates, as did Mrs. David
Levitt of Great Neck, L.I., who is
first vice president of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.
Other participants were Rabbis
William A. Greenebaum II of
Flint Temple Beth El, Philip Fran-
kel of Shaarey Zedek of Lansing
and Rieven Slavkin of Temple Beth
Z3 14- 4 07.
Mrs. George Olds and Mrs.
Charles Dodge of Flint were co-
chairmen of arrangements for the
19301 Livernois nr. 7
convention. Mrs. Emil Shupack is
EMILY BROWN, Bridal Conataltaat
president of Flint's Temple Beth
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