THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Women's Cluh activities
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WOM-
EN'S DIVISION will hold its final
meeting of the season 7 p.m. Sat-
urday at the center. Dinner will
be served, and Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine will review Bernard Mala-
mud's book The Fixer. For res-
ervations, contact Nadia Entin,
president, DI 1-2878.
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. David Bresler..a)471 Hub-
bd. Guest speaker will be Rev.
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SA'AD, a group of women,
whose husbands are now also
affiliated, will meet 8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Pitt, 32735 Olde
Franklin Dr., Farmington.
Named Ad Club
Woman of Year
Mrs. Isadore Winkelman of
Birchchrest Ave. was selected one
of five "Women Who Care . ' by the
Women's Advertising Club of De-
She was awarded a gold heart
by Rita M. Ames, club president.
Mrs. Winkelman has been a
member of the board of directors
of the Jewish Welfare Federation
for nine years. She is also vice-
president of the women's guild of
MRS. ISADORE WINKELMAN
Sinai Hospital, a board member
of the Shapiro School of Nursing,
a board member of the National
Council fo Jewish Women, under
whose sponsorship she assists in
the operation of a home for prob-
Her community services include:
chairman of Oriental workshop of
the Committee on Volunteerism.
United Foundation, Community
Involvement Through Education in
Schools, W. U. F., Central High
School Study Commission, Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Detroit Metropoli-
tan Opera Co. and WSU Hilberry
Theatre Understudy Committee.
The other winners were: Mrs.
Christopher Rambeau, who was
proposed by the National Council
of Jewish Women, Georgia Pres-
cott, Mrs. Lorene Babcock and
Mrs. Earl Tate.
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Director Assures Israeli Women Support
At a reception in Tel Aviv given by the Moetzet Hapoalot for
the representatives of Pioneer Women from 13 countries, Mrs. David
Sislin greets the delegates in the name of the Pioneer Women of
America. In her remarks, she assured the women that Pioneer
Women of the United States will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with
the Moetzet Hapoalot in this critical hour for Israel; "that we will
relentlessly work to raise the necessary means for Moetzet to fulfill
its obligations to the children and mothers who need their assistance
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NA-
TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE,
Greater Detroit Chapter, will hold
its installation of officers at the
home of Mrs. Harold Marko, 530
E. Long Lake. Bloomfield Hills,
noon June 20. A petite luncheon
will be served preceding the pro-
gram. Mrs. Jack Litwin is in
charge of luncheon arrangements.
Mrs. Harold A. (Estelle) Robin-
son, who succeeds Mrs. Herbert
Burdick, will be installed as pres-
ident, with her officers and board
of directors. Mrs. Walter Field.
program adviser, will present sev-
eral Brandeis students who will
summarize their experiences at
Brandeis University. At the recent
east central regional meeting, of
which Greater Detroit Chapter is
a member, Mrs. Burdick was
elected vice president. and Mrs.
Milton Doner, treasurer of the
CORSETS BY EVA
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now more than ever." Mr. and Mrs. Sislin spent five weeks in
Israel and traveled throughout the country, meeting many leaders
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of Histadrut and the government. In the picture are (from left)
Yehoshua Levi, treasurer of Histadrut; Reba Idelson, general secre-
tary of Moetzet Hapoalot; Shoshana Harela, international repre-
sentative of Moetzet; and Mrs. Sislin.
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SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual garden
party 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the
synagogue. For ticket information
contact Mrs. Laufer, 398-7146.
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Shimon Lazaroff. 26205 Coolidge.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Lazar
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DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold a business
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The meet-
ing will be in honor of Father's
Day. Games and refreshments will
follow the meeting. All master
Masons are welcome.
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Ben
Wrotslaysky. 18077 Washburn.
Rabbi Nissim Hayward will speak.
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DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women. at its installation lunch-
eon, saw Mrs. Sam Wasserman
install Mesdames David Shuster,
president: Victor Ross, vice presi-
dent of funds: Norman Leemon,
treasurer and financial secretary;
Henry Solomon, donor chairman;
Henry Faigin, program; Harold
Jaffa. dues: Charles Adler. record- I
ing secretary: Ben Carney, cor-
responding secretary; Larry Gut - '
tenberg. Histadrut: Sol Hoberman,
child rescue: and Robert Jackson.
SINAI HOSPITAL WOMEN'S
GUILD held its election of officers
recently at a luncheon meeting.
Those elected were Mesdames Mil-
ton Aladdin, president; Joseph
Newman, Isadore Winkelman,
Sidney Winer and Fred Goren,
vice president; Benjamin W.
Dovit z. Joel Josephson, Tubie
Resnik and David Handleman, sec-
retaries: and Samuel Green, treas-
urer. New members on the board
of directors are Mesdames Louis
Berry. Meryl Fenton, Ben Kauf-
man. Julian Krolick, Malcolm
Lowenstein and Israel Weiner.
Detroit Socialites Plans
Detroit Socialites will hold its
annual installation dinner-dance
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the King's
Music will be provided by Eric
Rosenow and his Continental Or-
chestra. Anyone wishing to attend
the dance only, may come at 9
p.m. The community is invited.
In a vain man, the smallest spark
may kindle into the greatest flame,
because the materials are always
prepared for it. —Hume
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YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR CHO
LEM ORGANIZATION will hold
its installation luncheon noon Mon-
day at Carl's Chop House. Mrs.
Sadie Spevakow, organizer and
past president of the Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish Congress,
will install Mesdames David Ber-
man, president; Louis Brown, Mil-
ton Ribiat and Jack Horwitz, vice
presidents; Joseph Viedrah, treas-
urer; George Brown and Morris
Golden, case supervisors; and Max
Kaine, Sigmund Reifler, Sam Mos-
cow, Robert Alvin, Joseph Kay and
Louis Goldberg, secretaries. For
reservations, call Mrs. Louis
Brown, 357-1085; or Mrs. Joseph
Viedrah, UN 1.9328. Guests wel-
Open to 6 p.m., Mon. thru Sat.
FREE PARKING IN REAR
Friday, June 9, 1967-27
JERICHO REBEKAH LODGE
will hold a joint games party with
Jericho Lodge 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Jericho Temple. There will
be refreshments and prizes.
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