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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-02

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Friday, June 2, 1967-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Womens Chub activities

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF,
OAK-WOODS SISTERHOOD at a
dedication banquet recently, in-
stalled its new executive board:1
Mesdames David Dombey, presi-
dent; Meyer Mandelbaum and
Marvin Engel, vice presidents; El-
sie Rodd, treasurer; Herman K.
Cohen and Gertrude Schwartz. sec-
retaries. Members of the board in-
stalled were Mesdames Meril
Bloom, Hyman Brown, Leah Feld- .
man, Samuel Ginsburg, James I.
Gordon, Hyman Groskind, Jerome
Karnow, Emanuel Landau, Edward
Lemer, Sol Mandelbaum, Seymour
Ribiat, Aaron Sandweiss, Wilbert
Simkovitz and David Spinner.
• • •
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas-
will
hold
its installation din-
sah,
ner 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ahavas
Achim Synagogue. A group of gui-
tar selections and numbers by
pianist Laura Kahn will be fea-
tured, instead of the previously
planned program. Mrs. Maurice
Perlman of the chapter board will
install Mesdames Edward Kersch,
president; Seymour Summer.
George Gross, Max Fridman and
George Karber, vice presidents;
David Keys, treasurer; Morris
Zuckman, dues chairman; and Irv-
ing Rosen, Simson Sendler and
Bruce Krieger, secretaries. There
will be prizes. For tickets contact
Mrs. Marcus Scheiman, chairman,
342-4067.

• • •
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY

OF AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER at Denver will meet noon
Tuesday at the Jewish Center.
There will be a party honoring
several members' birthdays.
• • •

Birmingham - Franklin G r o u p,
Hadassah, will have its installation
meeting and luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Jacob Peitz, 25401 River, Franklin.
At this meeting, marking the 10th
anniversary of this group, all
members for 10
years and more
will be honored,
along with the
past presidents,
Mesdames Larry
Trager, Bernard
Rubin. Allan So-
sin. Oscar Kanat
and Alvin Aug-
ust. New officers
to be installed
a r e Mesdames Mrs. Newman
Albert Newman, president; Jack
Solway, Jack Beckwith, Melvin
Wasserman and Irving Schlyfes-
tone, vice presidents; Jack Schle-
singer, treasurer; and Loren Dan-
iels, Hiram Popkin and Murray
Boles, secretaries. Mrs. Allan So-
sin will install the new officers;
Mrs. Oscar Band will give the in-
vocation. A fashion show will con-
clude the meeting.

• • •

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Labor Zionist Institute. An
election of officers will be held,
and impressions will be given by
members who just returned from
Is r a el. Refreshments will be
served. Friends are invited, A
scholarship fund has been estab-
lished in memory of Mildred
Kramer, a charter member of Club
One. Those wishing to participate
may call the Pioneer Women of-
fice, 341-0722.
• • •

Mrs. Adams to Be Commentator
for All-Israel Fashion Festival

t,

At a champagne reception, one of a series of events in advance
of the All-Israel Fashion Festival, are (from left) Mrs. Morris J.
Brandwine, hostess; Mrs. Gerda Weissman Klein, guest speaker;
and Mrs. Milton Weiss, who made the Israel Bond appeal. Mrs.
Klein, a survivor of four years in concentration and slave labor
camps, is the author of an autobiography, "All But My Life." Mrs.
Brandwine, at whose Lincoln Rd. Huntington Woods home the re-
ception was held, is chairman of the Israel Fashion Festival Lunch-
eon, to be held June 13 at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.



• •

Because of the crisis in Israel,
the Israel Fashion Show-Luncheon
12:30 p.m. June 13 at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel, will be the oc-
casion for the mobilization of all
Jewish women to aid Israel in her
present grave emergency. Admis-
sion is open to all women, and
the $200 minimum bond purchase
eligibility is lifted.
Gerda Weissmann Klein. a sur-
vivor of Hilter's Europe, will bring
a special message relevant to the
life and death situation. Mrs.
Klein survived the nightmare of
four years in Nazi concentration
and slave labor camps, culminated
by a forced march of 1,000 miles
in sub-freezing weather.

Her experiences in Nazi-oc-
cupied Europe are vividly re-
counted in her moving auto-
biography, "All But My Life,"
which has been hailed as one
of the important human docu-
ments to come out of World
War II.
Cindy Adams, a ut h o r and

syndicated writer, will be the
guest fashion commentator. Mrs.
Morris J. Brandwine is fashion
show chairman, and the showing
is being sponsored by the Israel.

CINDY ADAMS

Bond Women's Division under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver.
A special feature will be pre-
sentation of the sixth annual "Star
of Israel" diamond creation by
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan as a
prize at the fashion show.
For reservations, call the Israel
Bond Women's Division, DI 1-5707.

SOUTHFIELD GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will see "Any Tuesday," a
musical written by Mesdames E.
Newton Rottenberg, Jack Abram-
son and Bruce Koploy, as the high-
light of Southfield Hadassah's
annual installation and smorgas-
bord luncheon noon June 13 in the
Armenian Cultural Center. Under
the direction of Mesdames Eugene
Kahn, Abramson and Koploy, the
cast of this musical review of the
year includes Mesdames Morton
Benson, Melvin Binder, Joseph
Bittker, Van Dyan, Eugene Hirsch,
Jerome Hirsch, Ernest Mendel.
sohn, Burton Mintz, Donald Schil-
ler, Seymour Schwartz, Alfred
Stein, Herbert Stoorman, Law-
rence Strager, Morton Weisman
and Irving Yura. In charge of the
luncheon is Mrs. Bradford L.
Jacobs, assisted by the vice presi-
dent of ararngements, Mrs. Milton
Jacobs. Decor is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. David Ruskin, vice
president of art co-ordination, and
Mrs. Donald Kapetansky. Mrs.
Charles Snider, president of South
Oakland County Hadassah, will
give the invocation, and Mrs.
Robert Tuttleman, vice president
of fund raising for SOC, will install
the new board of officers for the
coming year. Mrs. Rottenberg,
president of the group, invites
firends. For reservations, call Mrs.
Donald Grass, 353-0289.
s • •
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women will meet for lunch at the
home of Mrs. Leon Peiss, 21600
Kenosha, Oak Park, noon Tuesday.
Final plans will be made for the
installation of officers and victory
luncheon to be held June 14. Hos-
tessed by President Mrs. Ben
Meyers, at her home, 25821 Ar-
rowhead. Southfield. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Meyers, 353-2572.
* s •
SHERWOOD GROUP. Hadassah.
will hold its last meeting of the
season 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Graham Orley. 1665
Balmoral. Mrs. Ivan Meisner will
conduct the installation of officers.
A book review of Bernard Mala-
mud's "The Fixer" will be given.
A dessert luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Irving Rose is program chair-
man.
• • •
SISTERS OF ZION. Mizrachi
Women, will hold a donor rally
noon Wednesday at Beth Joseph
Synagogue. Lunch will be served.
Hostesses for the day are Mrs.
Ben Bragman and Mrs. Isaac Fax-
stein. A humorous skit, "A Day in
a Busy Woman's Life," will be pre-
sented by Kate Winston. Guests
are invited. Mrs. Morris Lachover,
president, announces that the an-
nual donor luncheon wi:1 be held
June 21 at Oak Manor Catering.
The donor committee is made up
of Mesdames Milton Winston. Da-
vid Berman, Lea Feldman, Walter
Epstein and Gerald Beckman. For
reservations contact Mrs. Pearl
Gold, vice president, UN 3-8608.
• • •
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will hold its last board meeting
of the season 8 p.m. Monday at
the synagogue. It will be chaired
by Vice President Mrs. Hyman
Goldstein. Hostess for the meeting
will be Mrs. Ralph Rice in honor
of her son's forthcoming marriage.
• * •
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER
Mizrachi Women, will elect officers
at a luncheon meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at Beth Hillel Synagogue.
Hostesses are Mesdames Joseph
Ainbinder, Max Klyman, Harry
Portnoy and Sam Shulman. Offi-
cers will be installed June 27 at
Beth Ilillel.
• * •
ROSENWALD A U X I I. 1 A H V.
American Legion, will hold an exe-
cutive board meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Marion Tennebaurn, 18948 Ken-
tucky. Election of officers and a
report on plans for the annual
luncheon at Federal's June 27 will
be on the agenda.

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