Friday, May 26, 1967-23
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
JNF Women Elect Mrs. Levin
Members and friends of the ward Wishnetsky, program; Jack
Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Na- Krass, treasurer; and Ira G. Kauf-
LIVONIA GROUP, Hadassah, tional Fund, witnessed the installa- man, public relations.
Also Mesdames Samuel Katz, bulletin;
will present two performances of tion of Mrs. William Levin as
Sam Cohen, social contact hostess;
"A Funny Thing Happened , " president by Mrs.
George Lerner and Nathan Rosin. social
hostess chairmen, Morris Davis, Louis
8:30 p.m. June 3 and 7:30 p.m. George Lerner.
Germansky, William Hordes, Leo Lesser
June 4 at the Henry Ford High
and Bernard Stashefsky. co-chairmen;
Jules Rachman. Frank Silverman. Sid-
her were Mes-
ney Katchem, Samuel Kobaker, Sidney
Schwartz and William Klafer, secreta-
ries; Samuel Rosenblat, dues secretary
chairman. Irving Bloom. Maurice Knop-
per, Irving Raskin and Morritz Schu-
of the boar d;
biner, co-chairmen; Al Schneider. donor
La rry Chanin,
secretary chairman, and Lewis Diamond,
Sidney Katchem and Albert Sirna. co-
chairman of fund
chairmen; Nathan Rosin, LISO; Jack
Grossbart, Yetta Bloomfield. Sidney
Katchem and Bernard Stashefsky. tele-
and Ben Minns,
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c o-chairmen; Mrs. Levin
Samuel Warsh,c h airman of
membership; George Bayer, trees;
At the dinner for members of the Israel Bond Honor Societies
Morris Kraft, boxes, Harry Port-
of trustees, builders, founders and sponsors of Israel, which was
noy and Irving Schlussel, co-chair-
held in advance of the All-Israel Fashion Festival, are (from left)
Pearl Nosan, Norman Allan,
Mesdames Morris J. Brandwine, fashion show chairman; Sidney men;
Schwartz, builder chairman; and Louis M. Elliman, Hen chairman;
Col. Nachman Karni, Israel war hero, who is the foreign liaison
director in the Israel Ministry of Defense; Gen. S. L. A. Marshall,
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author and military analyst; Mesdames David Pollack, sponsor
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
will hold an oneg Shabat 2 p.m. CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Paul meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the home
Solway, 28470 Brooks Lane, South- of Mrs. M. Sandie, 20476 Carol.
field. Evelyn Orbach will perform The guest speaker will be Rabbi
dramatic interpretations of char- Isaac Kagan.
acters in literature by Sholom
Aleichem and I. L. Peretz.
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A brunch
will precede the business meeting.
President Mrs. Rose Yendick
stated that annual reports of all
standing committees will be pre-
sented. The group will honor Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Raizman, who
are leaving next month to make a
permanent home in Israel. Mrs.
Raizman has served as cultural
Chairman for Club Two and as
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LADIES OF MOSAIC will hold
noon June 7 at Raleigh House.
Mistress of ceremonies will be
Mollie Starman, past president.
Sadie Pearl, past president, will
install Beatrice Goldstone, presi-
dent; Sophie Stoler, vice president;
Rose Viedrah, treasurer; and Min-
nie Berman, Lillian Maltz, and
Hilda Lansky, secretaries. Guests
• • •
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Yudi Goldberg, 18516 Kentucky.
Mr. Goldberg will speak.
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Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold its instal-
lation lunchdon noon Tuesday at
taurant on Hun-
ter B 1 v d., Bir-
speaker will be
Councilman M el
Ravitz. Those to
be installed are
Mesdames H e r-
man Berlin, pres-
ident; Leon Paul,
Chairman of the
board; Max Reis- Ravitz
man, treasurer; Ben Bonin and
Jack Cohen, secretaries: Morton
Hochman and Ben Schwartz, honor
roll; Charles Vikser and George
Seid, special projects; Ily Gordon.
membership; and Walter Cohen,
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HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation
dinner 6:30 p.m. June 5 at Green-
field's Restaurant on Eight Mile
Rd. Mrs. Ben Harold will be the
installing officer, and Mrs. Nathan
Glenner will. be mistress of cere-
monies. Mrs. Sam Wasserman and
Mrs. Norman Bailey will present
highlights and slides of their re-
cent trip to Israel. Mrs. Simon
Slutsky will be installed as presi-
Honor Society Women Buy '77,000 in Bonds
chairman, and Norman Allan, trustee chairman. Not shown are
Mesdames Morris L. Schaver, women's division chairman, and Max
Stollman, honorary chairman. Mesdames Schaver, Stollman, Pollack,
Allan and Schwartz hosted the invitational affair. Col. Karni
"pinned" the paid-up Honor Society members with the 1967 sponsor
pin. He told the group, which pledged $77,000 in bonds, that the
horizon is not dark, but Israel will fight for its ideals and freedom
to insure its target of peace.
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LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a Lag
b'Omer luncheon noon Monday at
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah Syn-
agogue. Sponsoring the luncheon
is Mrs. Louis lionigman, first vice
president of Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah. Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Leizer Levin. Program
chairman of the day is Mrs. Leo
Laufer. Social chairman Mrs. Wal-
ter Epstein will be assisted by
Mesdames Rose Bielewich, Arthur
Cutler, Harold Kaplan, Philip Pont,
Aaron Sandweiss and Esther Sachs.
Guests are invited.
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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Aaron
Grossbard. 24210 Kipling. Guest
speaker will be Rev. Grossbard.
Beth Aaron Young Adults
to Barbecue on Holiday
Beth Aaron Young Adults will
hold an outdoor barbecue 3 p.m.
Tuesday, at the home of Helaine
Lee, 25670 Catalina, Southfield.
All young adults age 21-37 are
invited. For information and reser-
vations, contact Miss Lee, EL
7-4667. There will be a nominal
Turover Luncheon Set
Turover Ladies Auxiliary will
hold its annual fund-raising lunch-
eon noon June 20 at Turover Hall.
There will be games and prizes,
with proceeds going to various
charities. For ticket information,
call Mrs. Sylvia Korby, DI 1-0528.
President is Mrs. Jack Zeldes.
Hadassah Honors Mrs. Goldie Adler
Mrs. Fishman Again
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Detroit Council of P io ne er
Women will hold its annual instal-
lation and membership affair noon
Thursday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Serving as chairman of the
day for the dessert luncheon will
be Mrs. Norman Kanter vice pre-
sident of the organization. Install-
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Mrs. Sam Fish-
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with her are Mes-
To An "Undiscovered" Talent
m es Norman
For Interior Design
Perhaps only a few close friends'know, but you are sure ...
Mrs. Fishman Rath and Wilbur
You have the flair, the talent and excitement for a career in
Shapiro, vice presidents; Sol
Interior Design. But you just haven't done anything about it.
Schwartz, treasurer; Beril Bloom,
Alvin Gale, Victor Ross, Michael
For several men and women who can interest us, and who
Wilson, Joseph Shuster. Frances
want to operate their own interior decorating firms, we offer
Shayne and Sarah Rubin, secre-
design staff to work and counsel with; an
amazing range of sources from the nation's finest furniture
Mrs. Kanter stated that the I
manufacturers, and, financing.
Bel Canto Choral Group, con-
This is a new career opportunity. It is not a school:
ducted by Cantor Simon Ber-
nor is it a franchise. Your investment in your own business
manis and accompanied by Mrs.
will be talent and a keen desire to enjoy a career in Interior
Jerome Levey, will present a
selection of choral works.
If interested, please reply by letter. in confidence, to
A special feature of the after-
Box 804, The Jewish News, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.
noon will be the presentation of
the membership menora to Sharona
Detroit, Michigan-48235 •
Chapter for signing up the most
Include personal history, work and educational background.
new members. The new members
Do not send sketches.
and their sponsors will be given
special recognition and will also
be installed during the afternoon,
as will the incoming presidents of I
Pioneer Women's 16 chapters in I
All members and prospective 1
Bring Your DRAPERIES
members are invited.
in NOW and
Kvutza Ivrit Program I
to Examine the Jewish 1
Woman in Politics
The next meeting of the Kvutza I
s r hr y
CYO and Cash
Ivrit will be 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Jewish Center, Room 394.
Subject of the meeting will be I
We can also take your drapes
"The Profile of Jewish Women in I
down, beautifully dry clean
Political Organization." Partici-
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pating in the program will be Yo- I
nine Mathis, Batya Eizikovic and
Berta Goldman. Drora Kleinplatz 1
will sing, accompanied at the I
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piano by her daughter. Mrs. Larry
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to Israel. All people who under- 1
stand Hebrew are invited to this
annual women's meeting.
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As rust corrupts iron, so envy 1
A main feature of the annual conference of the
gion of Hadassah, at the Howard Johnson's New Center Motor
Adler of a
Lodge last week, was the
Mrs.'Adler, a former
life membership in Hadassah. The award to was a gift from the
president of the Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
With Mrs. Adler (center) are
13 chapters of the Michigan Region.
president, Michigan Region;
(from left) Mesdames Reuben Bienstock,
conference chairman; Harold Berry, president,
David J. Schachter,
Group; Benjamin Gottesman, national chairman of voca-
tional education; Charles Snider; Ivan Meisner, arrangements chair-
Perlman, president, Detroit Chapter. Not pic-
man; and Jack W.
tured is Mrs. Morris A. Wayne, co-general chairman.