,ORT to Reign at Imperial Ball
Fannie Gluck Chapter
to Hold Donor Luncheon
Fannie Gluck Chapter, Mizrachi
YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTH-
WEST DETROIT SISTERHOOD
will hold its annual spring lunch- .
eon 1230 p.m. May 8 in the Young
Israel Building. A program featur-
ing a book review by Mrs. David
J. Cohen. plus a luncheon, has
been arranged by the committee.
All funds will go towards main-
taining the Yeshivath Beth Ye-
huda as well as the Akiva Day
School. Members and friends of
Young Israel and • the schools are
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will hold an open hoard
meeting 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the •
home of Mrs..loseph Gordon. 25210
E. Roycourt. Huntington Woods.
A regular meeting will be held
8:30 p.m. May 11 at the home of ,
Mrs. Nathan Yost, 18186 Onyx,
Scenes from Camelot will ornament the annual Imperial Ball
sponsored by the Michigan Region of ORT (Organization for Re-
habilitation Through Training) and scheduled for 9 p.m. May 6
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Workers on the redesigned souvenir
journal are (from left) standing: Mesdames Lawrence Levi, co-
editor, and John M. Wise; and seated: Mesdames Morton Hochman,
treasurer, and Jack Rubin, journal chairman. For ball reservations,
contact the ORT office, 19163 Livernois.
Lindenbaum Nurses Residence Building
to Be Dedicated at Hadassah Center
Women. will hold its 29th annual
donor luncheon noon May 9 at
Bnai Moshe Synagogue. Mrs. Sam
Shorow. a life member of the chap-
ter. will be honored.
For tickets and information con-
tact Mrs. S. Freedman, ticket
chairman. EL 6-6171. President is
Mrs. Milton Radner.
MU S IC
Is 47th Annual Gathering
Dance Festival Slated
by Zionist Revisionists
The Zionist Revisionist Organi-
zation of Detroit will observe the
19th anniversary of the state of
Israel at a dance festival 9 p.m.
Saturday at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
talswill supply the music. A floor
show and Passover refreshments
will be served.
IT STAYS GLEAM,
MR. AND MRS. LINDENBAUM
Mrs. Morris Miller, president of *
the Jewish Women's European
that Sylvia Heide-
man will enter-
tain at the 47th
a n d Daughters
noon May 10 at
under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Jack Seder. All
women of the community are
a living room, bathroom and
kitchenette. There is a large com-
munal lounge, reception room and
a laundry room.
The dedication will be a high-
Science and art belong to the
light of Hadassah's annual spring whole world, and before them van-
tour to Israel and urope that de- ish the barriers of nationality.—
parts on the SS Shalom May 31. Goethe
The tour will start with a 13-day
Mediterranean cruise, calling at
ports of Lisbon and Marseilles,
continues with a 14-day compre-
hensive tour of Israel and con- 1
eludes with three different Euro- ,
For those who cannot take the ;
extended trip, a special air flight'
for Detroiters has been set up to
leave June 11 and join the ship
tour in Israel, then continue on to
Paris and London. National Hadas-
sah has appointed Mrs. Carl Schil-
ler to serve as tour leader on the
49-day ship tour.
Mrs. Lindenbaum has served
Hadassah more than 24 years.
She is a member of the board of
Detroit's University North Group
and is currently vice president of
Zionism was an important factor
in the early lives of both Mr. and
Mrs. Lindenbaum. Mrs. Linden-
baum's uncle was an associate of
Dr. Theodore Herat. In 1933, the
board of the United Hebrew
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The 5350,000 Harry and Reva Schools honored the memory of
Lindenbaum Nurses Residence will Mrs. Lindenbaum's father, Jona-
he dedicated at the Hadassah Me- than F. Duscoff, for his "rare scho,
dical Center in Ein Karen June larly attainments, especially along I ". 4.
25. the culmination of a generous the lines of rabbinic studies and *
act by two Detroiters. The na- Haskala literature." A
tional president of Hadassah, Mrs. memorializing the parents will ap-
Charlotte Jacobson, will preside at pear in the Lindenbaum building. *
Mrs. Schiller or Mrs. Max Dush-
SHARONA CHAPTER. Pioneer the dedication ceremony.
This three-story structure will kin, Detroit Hadassah tourist
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Mrs. Meyer include 30 furnished efficiency chairman, will assist or supply ad-
Goldbaum. 3"750 Valley. Farming-I apartments for unmarried grad- ' ditional information to those desir-
mg to participate in this occasion. 1-
ton. The evening program will be' uate nurses. Each apartment has
a fashion show of spring and sum-
Mother - Daughter Event
mer Italian knits.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lent of
Great Neck, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Elizabeth David to Gilbert Levin,
of Sussex Ave., Oak Park. The
wedding is planned for May 7.
Miss Lent is a 1964 graduate of
Oberlin College. and Dr. Levin was
graduated from the University of
Michigan and received his PhD de-
gree from Boston University in
1961. Ile is an assistant professor.
department of psychiatry, and di-
rector of consultation and educa-
tion service of the Sound View-
Thro -_Cs Neck Community Mental
Health Center, Albert Einstein Col-
lege of Medicine.
SISTERS OF ZION, Miz•achi
Women, will meet noon Wednes!
day at Beth Joseph Synagogue.
Current events and latest Mizra•hi
news will he given by MrS Milton
Winston. Mrs. Pearl Gold, social
chairman, will he assisted by Mes-
dames Rose Bielewich. Tillie Ep-
stein, Molly Fridenberg and Molly
Finkelstein. Guests are invited.
BOOKSTE IN - SCHUMAN: Mar-'
Bo-al:stein and Dena E.
Schuman were united in marriage
Sunday in a ceremony at Temple
Israel. Rabbi M. Robert Syme of-
ficiated. Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bookstein of
Westland Rd.. SOuthfield. and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred qtr. Schuman, of
Moritz Ave.. Oak Park. After a
honeymoon trip to Europe and Is-
rael, the couple will reside in Ann
Friday, April 28, 1967-15
AESCULAPIAN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will hold an open meeting
and games party at the Michigan
Consolidated Gas Co. 12:30 p.m.
May 10. The home service depart-
ment will give a food demonstra-
tion after dessert is serve d. '
Friends are invited Reservations
are being taken by Mrs. Harry
Katzman, 358-0085, and Mai. . Sam
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