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May 05, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-05

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Friday, May 5, 1967-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omens Cluh activities

Branch 2, LZO to Meet

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Philip Goldstein, president of
Branch .Two, Labor Zionist Organ-
ization,
announces that the next
FOR EVERY OCCASION
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood will
honor all mothers, including the meeting will be held 7:30 p.m.
Sunday
at
the
home
of
Mr.
and
names of those no longer living,
William Thomson, 18066 Ken-
at the annual Mother's Day event Mrs.
tucky.
12:30 p.m. Monday in the social
Anniversaries
Mrs.
Adele Mondry will review
hall, Mrs. Tubie Resnik is chair-
Hospital • New Babies
man of the day, Those in attend- the book "The Gates of the Forest"
Bon
Voyage
• Birthdays • Sympathy
ance will also participate in the by Elie Wiesel. Refreshments will
It's easy to he thoughtful ...
election and installation of sister- be served. Prospective members are
welcome.
call us ... well sign your
hood officers
cord and deliver a gift
after luncheon.
basket for you.
Mrs. Nathan Spe-
vakow will serve
JUST
CALL
DI 1-8840
as installing of-
ficer, Mrs. Ivan
HORN
PRESENTS
Meisner is chair-
man of the pro-
OF
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gram to follow
---J'Aick A
lunch. "The Story
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of Ruth,"
adapted for dra-
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matic presenta- Mrs. Oberstein
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tion by Mrs. Harry Oberstein, who
will serve as accompanist, will
feature Mrs. Philip Frank in the
role of Naomi, Mrs. Samuel Shet-
zer, soprano, will render vocal *
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selections. Mrs. Frank is a fea-
zee:
:1 or
tured player in the Piccolo Opera
Company. Steve Coden will pro-
vide the stage settings. Reserva-
tions for the luncheon are being
taken by Mrs. Reuben Dubrinsky,
UN 3-9182; and Mrs. Morris Lach-
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
over, UN 2-3049. Mrs. Max Wein- *
-FROM THE IMPORTER
berg, vice president, is social
4
chairman. Mrs. Felix Green is
chairman of hostesses,
* •
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah, will
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hold an installation tea 2 p.m.
Sunday at Hadassah House. A ********************* ****** str********************t
musical program will be presented
by Susan Foster, soloist, and Ricky
Bush, celloist. Mrs. Henry Berris,
chapter program chairman, will be
the installing officer. Memorial
services will be held for the late
Rosalind Schubot, past president.
Mrs. Geraldine Black, president,
welcomes friends.

Friends of Hillel Day School will
hold an installation tea 12:30 p.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jo-
seph Eder, 19375
Canterbury. Mrs.
Milton Weiss will
be installed as
president. Others
to be installed

Detroit Women of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity will hold a lunch-
eon installation noon Tuesday at
the Town and
Country Club.
Mrs. Jack Freed-
land, the newly
elected president,
will be honored.
are Mesdames
The
invocation,
,,
Morris Brandwin,
will be given by ,
Herbert L. Harris
Mrs.
Martin
Nai-
and Jerome Scho_
mark, past presi-
stak, vice presi-
dent. Mrs. James
dents; Carmi Slo-
Goodfriend,
past
movitz, treasurer;
president, will in-
Eliot Charlip.
stall, in addition Mrs. Freedland
David Feld and
to Mrs. Freedland, Mesdames Mur-
Irving Schnipper,...
ray Shekter and Milton Jacobs, vice
secretaries; Moses Mrs. Weiss
presidents; Allan Ash, Maurice
Lehrman, education chairman; Reu- Sugar and William Warren, secre-
ven Frankel and Max Goldsmith. taries; and Richard Williams, treas-
program; Nathan Shur and Abra- urer. Board members include -lies.
ham
Pasternak, membership; and dames James Bittker, John Cohen,
Nathan Glenner, publicity. Advisers Stuart Falk, David Freedman,
are Mesdames Alexander Sanders, 1 Jason Goode, Jerome Kurtis, Mor-
Mrs. Jacob E. Segal and Mrs. Ben- ton Lesser, George Rosin, Mischa
jamin Gorrelick. The outgoing pres- Sachs, Leo Shipko, Sheldon Simons,
ident is Mrs. William Burk. Mrs. Burton Stillman, Donald Stillman,
Reuven Frankel. chairman of the Ben Weinberg and Arnold Zuroff.
day, announces that Mrs. Nicholas Guests are invited.
Fenakel will give the opening pray-
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er. Following the installation cere-
TeMple Israel Sisterhood will
monies conducted by Rabbi Simon
Murciano, headmaster of Hillel Day hold its annual installation of offi-
School, Bethsheva Davidson and cers and board noon Monday at the
temple. A lunch-
Evelyn Orbach, will entertain with eon will be
dramatic sketches from the works served. Mrs. Wil-
of I. L. Peretz. Mrs. Fred Baum Liam P. Gree n-
will sing several selections related b e r
sisterhood
to the program. Friends are in-
past ' president
vited,
will
install
the of-
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ficers. Mrs. Sam-
Jewish Women
uel Goodman, pro-
European Welfare
gram vice presi-
Organization will
d e n t, announces
meet noon , Mon-
that Mrs. Norman
day at Jericho
Schakne, vocalist, Mrs. Schakne
Temple. Final
will present selections from "The
plans will be
Sound of Music." Mrs. Irving Rit-
Made and res-
ter will accompany her at the piano.
ervations will be
Luncheon guests of the sisterhood
taken for the
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will be the senior members, who
donor luncheon
will be honored at the meeting.
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
noon Wednesday
For reservations, contact Mrs. hold a combined regular and board
at Beth Abraham
Lowell Ressler, reservations chair- meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
For information
man, 353-6578.
home of Mrs. Seldon Leach, 18619
• r
contact Mrs. Jack
Lauder. An evaluation of the donor
Seder, donor
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet event will be given by Mrs. David
chairman. 342-
noon Monday at the home of Mrs. Leibow, chairman; and the nomi-
1627. Mrs. Seder
Jack Greenberg, 17420 Wisconsin. nating committee will be announc-
• *
A dessert luncheon will be served. ed by Mrs. Neil Kalef, president.
SAAD will meet 9 p.m. Wednes- The nominating committee will
• •
day at the home of president, Mrs. present a slate for approval. Mrs.
SCHAEFER and GREENFIELD
Samuel Fortner, 18932 Penning. Al Blumenthal, hospital chairman GROUPS, Hadassah, celebrating
ton. Dr. Arthur Ericsson, active for Ypsilant i, and Mrs. Paul their merger recently, elected and
in Wayne State University re- Deutch will bring completed plans installed Mesdames Milton John-
search department of neurology, for the formal dedication of the son, president; Myron Milgrom,
will be guest speaker. There will newly furnished chapel at the hos- Philip Freedman, Isadore Good-
be a question and answer session pital which will be held May 21. man, Leslie Schmier and Simon
on Parkinson's disease. Guests are The chapel will be dedicated in Bogner, vice presidents; Leonard
invited. the Saad group recently memory of Belle Staub, former Weingarden and Ned Weitzman,
presented a cheek to Prof. John president.
secretaries; and Stanley Klein,
• • •
Stirling Meyer, department chair-
treasurer.
* * •
CHILDREN UNLIMITED will
man, and Dr. Ericsson. Their con-
tributions aided Parkinson's dis- conduct a tag-day solicitation Wed-
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD will
ease research and made it possible nesday and Thursday. Funds col- hold its concluding meeting of the
to purchase electronic instruments, lected will be donated to the season 12:15 p.m. Monday at the
studies of drug and brain chem- multiply handicapped and blind synagogue. Mrs. Fred Weiss, chair-
istry and support young doctors children at Plymouth State Home man of the day, announces that
and at the Penrickton Center. nominations, elections and installa-
dedicated to research.

• •
Anyone wishing to aid this endeavor tion of officers will take place. A
may
contact Sylvia Katz, GR 6- dessert luncheon will be served.
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Mrs. Moses Lehrman, chairman of
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30 5743.
• * •
the Mother's Day family night, an-
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER, nounces that this event will take
Institute. Mrs. Jean Siegel will re-
view the hook "Ben Preserve Us." Women's American ORT, will hold place 8 p.m. May 17 at the syna-
Mrs. Esther LaMed will be chair- a theater party at Northland gogue. The program will be pre-
man of the day. Refreshments will Theater 8:15 p.m. May 17. The sented by the children of Hillel
movie, "Thoroughly Modern Millie," Day School, who will present "My
be .served. Guests are invited;
starring Julie Andrews, Mary Tyler Fair Lady." For reservations con-
Moore, Carol Charming and Jame tact Mrs. Erwin Friedman, ticket
Fox, will be featured. The public chairman, 398-0927. Proceeds will
is
invited. Tickets may be pur- be given to the Hillel Day School.
WHEN WE
• • •
chased, by calling Mrs. Hershel
CLEAN
Sandberg 353-6699, or Mrs. Bennie
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
Zak, 353-5450.
YOUR CARPET,
TER, Women's American ORT, will
• • •
hold its 10th annual Mothers and
IT STAYS CLEAN.WITH...
GOLDEN
RING
CLUB,
Work-
Daughters Installation Dinner 8
SOIL RESISTANT
men's Circle, will meet noon p.m. Tuesday at Bnai David Syna-
Wednesday at the W. C. Center. gogue. To be installed as officers
Mrs. Sarah Friedman will be spe- are Mesdames Bernard Zaffern,
cial guest, Friends are invited.
president; Herbert Samovitz, Jack
s
Oppenheim, Sol Gross. Robert
IT TAKES A 6ENI,,.US
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, Stewart, Morton Siegel, Irving
}f GOP1AN
will meet 12:30 pin. Tuesday at Markel, Michael Levine and Ira
the Labor Zionist Institute. Mem- Flashner, secretaries; and Sol Co-
SONS
bers will celebrate Israel's 19th hen, treasurer. The program will
I S1110 W. • MRS ID.
birthday, A program is being consist of a fashion show with
planned by the cultural commit- Lina Hack as coordinator. For re-

tee, Sarah Levin and Mildred servations call chairman Mrs. Paul
1114300
Kramer. Refreshments will be Sherizen, LI 5-8753.
served. Friends invited.
(More Clubs Page 20)



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