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July 07, 1967 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-07

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Pioneer Women's Lunch to Bring
Children's Center Close to Reality

Mrs. Norman I. Leemon. chair- 1
man of Pioneer Women's Beit
Nehama project, announces that
Mrs. Sidney Leff, national vice I
president of Pioneer Women, will
be guest speaker at the subscrip-
tion luncheon noon Tuesday. at the
Town and Country Club. Cantor
Reuven Frankel, who will soon be
leaving the city for Albany. will
be guest artist.
Beit Nehama, The Emma Scha-
ver Children's Center. was started
in January 1965 and honors Emma
(Nehama) Schaver, who has been
active in Pioneer Women all her
adult life, presently serving on the
national and Midwest area boards.
Mrs. Milton Weiss, project co-

will go home to sleep and spend
the Sabbath and holidays, so they
will still be part of their family
unit.

In conjunction with the children's
activities, a cultural center for
mothers will be established, teach-
ing language skills, home eco-
nomics and hygiene. The building
will be completed early next year.
Mrs. Sam Fishman. president of
the Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women. announces that a trip to
Israel has been arranged for March
4-14 to dedicate the building.
Those interested in attending
the Imcheon or the trip to Israel
may call Pioneer Women, DI
1-0723. Community participation is

chairman and chairman of the
day, announces that pre-school
children of age 11/2 to 6 from cul-
turally deprived homes will
spend their entire day from 6:30
a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Beit Ne-
hama Center, getting their food,
care and supervised play. They

women's
elutes

invited.

UHS Women Elect
Mrs. Gantz President

The Women's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools installed

Mrs. George
Gantz as presi-
dent at the clos-
i n'g membership
meeting of t h e

year.
Vice presidents
a r e Mesdames
Jos eph Kripke,
Mitchell F e 1 d -
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI- man and Lewis
ARY, American Legion. announces G. Hyams; secre- _
its new president is Mrs. Esther tries, Mesdames Mrs. Gantz
Raminick. Also elected were vice Al Baker, Joseph Fradis, Louis
presidents, Mrs. Lydia Slakter and Seiton and Isadore Shumaker;
Mrs. Marion Tennebautn; secre- treasurer, Mrs. Herman K. Co-'
tary. Mrs. Rebecca Mitchell; treas- hen; auditor, Mrs. Sam Stewart;
urer, Mrs. Frances Green; chap- and parliamentarian, Mrs. Nathan
lain, Mrs. Clara Shapiro; historian, Spevakow.
On the board of directors are Mes-
Mrs. Sarah Jacobson; sergeant-at- dames
Jay Braverman, Albert Colman,
arms, Mrs. Josephine Weinsweig; Henry Feinberg, Edward Fishman, Mo-
Lehrman, Abraham Pollack, Leon-
and color bearers, Mrs. Tillie Sable ses
ard Schrieber, Aaron Schuldinger, Irv-
and Mrs. Jean Weintraub. On the ing Solomon, Louis Weinstein, Benja-
Milton Winston, William
executive are Fay Bogrow, Fannie min Weiss,
Appel, Erwin Friedman, Harry Ober-
Smokier,
Poplack and Mollie Elias.
stein, Leslie Pensler, Bert
Meyer Stewart, Meyer Charlip, David
• • •
Epstein, Herman Fishman, Charles Hei-
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN man. Bernard Kasky, Robert Morrison,
Ruby, Morris Averbuch, Leon-
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will Joseph
ard Edelman, Emil Reed and Herman
meet noon Monday at Jericho Tem- Roth.
Honorary board members are: Mes-
ple. In honor of her birthday, Mrs. dames
Irving Arlin, Jacob Axelrod, Al.
Yetta Berkowitz will be hostess. bert Carnick, Albert Elazer. Elbert Dia-
Plans for the coming year will be mond. Louis Celfand. Isadore Goren.
Eva Hayman. Bernard Isaacs, Morris
made.
Krause, Alexander Moss, George Orley,
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Irving Palman. Charles Robinson, Irv-
Rogovein. Rubin Saywitz., Charles
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI ing
A. Smith. Jack Tobin and Louis Tobin.
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
At the annual board luncheon
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home honoring the outgoing and incom-
of Mrs. Chain-, Rosenberg, 19335 ing officers and board members,
Lesure. Guest speaker will be a substantial sum was voted to-
ward the purchase of Israel Bonds.
Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash.
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Isaac Mendell, 19366 Kentucky.
Guest speaker will be Mr. Mendell.
• • *
THE PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will have an emer-

Miss Freedin a n Engaged
to la n/,. Irinkelma

gency fund raising social party
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Harry Maysels, 23620 Church:
Oak Park. Hostesses are Mes-

William Bergman, Harry Brown,
Fanny Stein, Saul Zimmerman,
David Iwrey and Jack Shapiro.

In lieu of manpower, the Ben-
Qne way or another, the son of
former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Zvis immediately turned over their
winnings
to the Israel Emergency
Meyer Harrison has done his duty
Fund.
to his country.
(Ben-Zvi is of Ramat Yohanan,
The young Israeli, who was with
his wife and two children in Aus- as was Moshe Zamir, the former
tralia forming Jewish youth groups Detroiter who was killed in bat-
when the Arabs closed the Straits tle. Two of Ramat Yohanan's
of Tiran, franctically tried to re-
turn home. Although the Israeli fighting men were killed.)
government urged him to remain
in Australia, Ben-Zvi tried by
Now . . .
every means in his power to go
back, even wiring his relatives
There Are
here for money.
Two
Nephews of Detroiters Eva
Corners
Heyman, Ida Mandel, Marian
On
Keer and Beryl and Isadore
Harrison, Ben-Zvi was in an-
Livernois
guish as the war broke out and
With
he was still far from home.
MRS. STEPHEN ZIFF
Internationale
On the second day of the war,
Barbara Fern Metz, daughter of other news broke. Mrs. Ben-Zvi
Fashions !
Mr and Mrs. Melvin Metz of Little- had won a 20,000-Australian dollar
field Ave., and Stephen Paul Ziff. ($18,000) lottery.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ziff of
Prairie Ave. wer e married re-
cently at Temple Israel. Rabbi M.
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
Orbach officiated.
Free Custom Fitting by
The bride wore silk organza
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Experienced Corsetieres
princess-line gown. its deep collar
of hand-corded Ale neon lace
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
matched by a garland of matching
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
Open to 6 p.m., Mon. thru Sat.
19301 Livernois nr. 7
lace on the gown. She carried
Stephanotis on her confirmation
BR 3-2509
EMILY BROWN, Bridal Consultant
Bible. Her chapel-length mantilla
FREE PARKING IN REAR
was of silk illusion, bordered in
dias
sits
Matching lace.
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Grace Metz, sister of the bride f.,9 4.41-4t.94-41-4.926 16 2 6* * *4 16 9

CORSETS BY EVA

DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER
will hold a paid-up membership
picnic barbecue starting 4 p.m.
Wednesday at Peterson Park. The
picnic will be held on the Coyle
side of the park, where the picnic
tables are. Friends invited.

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was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Karen Madgy, Mrs. Ken-
neth Joseph and Laura Ziff,
sister of the bridegroom.

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Mark Goodman was best man.
Ushers were Da vi d Firestone.
Michael Tarnow, Kenneth Joseph,
Martin Horwitz, Jeffrey Mallon,
and Stuart and Ste v en Metz.
brothers of the bride.
After a honeymoon at the Con- I
cord. the couple will live in Royal
Oak.

*

BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
FROM THE IMPORTER

SEYMOUR

A December wedding is planned.

Z

KAPLAN

Odessa Society
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
DI 1-5515
15738 Livernois
Dinner Will Mark ,* *
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55th Anniversary 1-

Odessa Progressive Aid Society •
will observe its 55th anniversary
at a dinner 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Oak Manor Kosher Catering.
One of the oldest Jewish organi-
zations in Detroit, the Odessa So-
ciety has undertaken to increase
its philanthropi c fun ds .
Morris C a tor. president. and
Ralph S'ein. chairman of the ban-
' quet. renounced that when the
recent emergency arose the society
promptly raised SI.060 for the 1s-
. raid Emergency Fund. The sum
of S8.000 has been invested in
Israel Bonds.
Sam Belkin. former president.

JOIN

ClathiL

SAFARI SALE !

ALL BARGAIN HUNTERS MEET AT

19452 LIVERNOIS

Prices Slashed -- Fashions Waiting
to be Captured

said: "While we continue to aid
the emergency funds and the Al-

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Winkelman. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Winkelman of Birchcrest
Dr.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the University of Michigan,
where she was president of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority, and now at-
tends Wayne State University. Her
fiance - attended the University of
Michigan and is a student at Wash-
ington University's medical school
in St. Louis. He is affiliated with
Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.

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• • •
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE Women's Division will hold
a garden dinner party from 4 p.m.
July 16 in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Goldman, 17400 New
Hampshire, Southfield. Frances
Shayne is chairman.
• • •
MISS DONNA FREEDMAN
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Freedman
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist of Tavistock Tr.. Southfield. an-
Institute. Plans for Israeli cash nounce the engagement of their
shower will be discussed.
daughter Donna Ruth to Jan Z.

LAcavities

An Israeli, Lotter) Pared Poetic Justice

lied Jewish Campaign, we'll also
increase our efforts in behalf of
Jewish National Fund and
Histadrut."

dames Harry Maysels, Jack Aaron.

Onai cnrit/i

Friday, July 7, 1967-15

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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