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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-22

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Friday, September 22, 1967 23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's

Women's Auxiliary to the Mai-
Menides Medical Society will hold
its opening fall meeting Tuesday
at Town and Country Club, an-
nounces Mrs. Norman R. Schakne,
president. Mrs.
Hyman S. Mel-
len, past presi-
dent, will give
the invocation,
and Mrs. Michael
yin, vice-presi-
dent, will wel-
lcome the new
members and
honor the aux-
iliary's active
Mrs. Schakne past presidents.
Mrs. Levin will also present a
short resume of the organization's
history. Wives of Jewish doctors
are invited to join the auxiliary.
For information, call Mrs. Levin,
UN 4-4098. Highlight of the meet-
ing will be a showing of fur fash-
ions modeled by Mesdames Victor
Horwitz, Jack Kaufman, Sander
Klein, Jack Litwin, Hersche 1
Mozen and A. B. Solomon.
• • •

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NA-
TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
will again offer the study group in
"Twentieth Century Music" pre-
pared by Robert L. Koff, associate
professor of music and artist in res-
idence at Brandeis. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Max Warren, 353-
3915. Mrs. Jay Allen, vice presi-
dent of projects, states that books
are now being collected for the
1968 "New Books for Old Sale."
Those who have books in good con-
dition in any category may call
Mrs. Allen. DI. 1-2461, to arrange
collection. Mrs. Lawrence Weiner,
chairman of the chapter's volun-
teer program at the Detroit Public
Library, reports that there is now
an urgent need for volunteers due
to school closing because children
are looking for diversion in the
library. Workers who can volun-
teer one hour, one day weekly, can
reach Mrs. Weiner at UN. 2-4873.
Mrs. Bernard Farber, vice-presi-
dent of book fund contributions,
has appointed the following area
tribute chairmen: Detroit — Mrs.
Gerald Apteker, UN. 2-3798; Oak
Park and Huntington Woods, Mrs.
Dennis Rands, 353-0220; Birming-
ham, Southfield, Franklin, Mrs. G.
Lionel Willens, 626-2352; and Send
It Yourself Packets, Mrs. William
Mazer, 861-4352. Mrs. Stewart Mit-
tenthal is secretary.
• • •
SIIARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a board meeting
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Lewis Deitch, 14510 Tal-
bot, Oak Park. Plans will be finaliz-
ed for a games night to be held
Oct. 24 at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. The chapter will meet 2:30
p.m. Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs.
Wilbur Shapiro, 26100 Raine, Oak
Park. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Mattie Frederick, who will discuss
the history of jewelry-antique and
modern.
• • •
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
hold a regular and board meeting
noon Monday at the home of Mrs.
Saul Katz, 18065 Fairfield_ Dessert
luncheon will be served.

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activities

Infants Service Group, at a
recent luncheon, installed Mrs.
S a u 1 Ginsburg,
president; Edwin
Roth, Dennis Sil-
ber and Nathan
Peiss, vice presi-
dents; Sam Katz
and Val Valen- •
sky, case chair-
men; Albert Kap-
1 a n, treasurer;
Gilbert B ore n-
stein, Joseph .Ru-
bin, Sam. Rosen- Mrs. Ginsburg
berg, Jean Bale and Joseph Schane,
secretaries; Nate Elkins, memorial
fund; Phil Rosenbloom, "happy
day fund;" Nathan Silvers and
Sidney Cohen, sunshine chairmen;
Jack Freeman, community rela-
tions: and Stanley Blum and Max
Baskin, Comniunity Council dele-
gates.
• • •
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Esther LaMed, Fay Rabino-
witz and Reva Schoichit will pre-
sent readings in Yiddish and Eng-
lish. Ethel Silber is chairman.
Luncheon will be served. Guests
arc invited.
• • •
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will open the season with a mem-
bership tea and fashion show,
"Smart and Handsome" 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the so c i al hall.
Daughters of sisterhood members
will be models. Mrs. Arnold Ber-
man is program chairman. For in-
formation call Mrs. Leo Papp,
membership chairman, KE 5-6897.
Guests invited.
• • •
DAVID - HORODOKER WO-
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Leo Heiman, 19600 Roslyn.
Arrangements will be discussed
for the 30th annual donor event
Dec. 5 at Cong. Ahavas Achim.
• • •
NEW 'STUDY CLUB will meet
12:30 p.m. Wednesday a' the Labor
Zionist Institute.
• • •
BRANDEIS CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will hear a delegates' re-
port on the 20th biannual conven-
tion at a meeting 12:30 ,33.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Leo Hei-
man, 19600 Roslyn. Guests invited.
• • •
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD will
meet noon Monday in the syna-
gogue social hall, it was announced
by Mrs. Joe Medwed, president.
Mrs. Bernard Gaspas, vice presi-
dent in charge of programing, an-
nounces Mrs. David C. Fredrick,
one of Detroit's leading dealers in
antique jewelry, will show some of
her collection and discuss the
subject as a preview to the sister-
hood's "Antique Village" show
Oct. 22-23. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
• • •
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD is
sponsoring a rummage sale at the
Ferndale Women's Club 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Tuesday. For information, call
Mrs. Harvey Pollock, LI 4-2612.
• • •
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual Presi-
dent's Tea 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. David Shuster,
president, 22121 Kenosha, • Oak
Park. Mrs. Movsas Goldoftas will
speak of pioneer homes and in-
stallations she visited during her
year's stay in Israel. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Shuster, LI 7-1438.
• • •
LADIES OF YESHIVATII BETH
YEIIUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a
luncheon meeting sponsored by
Mrs. Louis Honigman and Mrs.
Leo Lauter noon Monday at Beth
Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah Synagogue.
Social chairman is Mrs. Walter
Epstein. Guest speaker will be
Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash of Shorn-
rey Emunah Synagogue. Plans are
being formulated for the annual
donor luncheon Oct. 31.

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Akiva PTA to Install New Officers at Meeting

DETROIT No. 41, UNITED OR
DER TRUE SISTERS, will mee
2 p.m. Tuesday at Northland Au
ditorium. Program chairmen are
Mesdames Abraham Miller and
Norman Robbins. Mrs. Lawrence
Wember will review the book
"Gates of the Forest" by Elie Wei-
sel. Guests invited.
• • •
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER
Womens' American ORT, will meet
12:1.5 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Irwin Goren, 28355 Tavi-
stock, Southfield. Vice President
of Membership Mrs. Norman Gal-
lant and Vice President of Pro-
gram Mrs. Ilershal Sandberg have
planned the meeting and petite
luncheon with guest speaker Rob-
ert Siegel, interior designer, speak-
ing on "The Electric Look." Mrs.
Jerome Rosman, president, asks
members to bring a new member.
• • a
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. High-
lights of the National Pioneer Wo-
men Convention in Chicago will
be given by delegates Chana Mich-
lirn and Gertrude Lewin. Friends
invited. Refreshments will be
served.
• • •
JERICHO REBEKAH LODGE,
Independent Order of Odd Fel-
lows, will hold its annual fund-
raising dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at
Jericho Temple. Guests are invited.
• • •
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Itzchak
M. Kagan. 23410 Geoffrey Ct., Oak
Park. Rabbi Kagan will be guest
speaker.
• • •
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Simon Fishman. 19171 Le-
sure. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Shaiall Zachariash.
• • •
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Mor-
ris Carmen, 18035 Greenbaum. Mr.
Carmen will be guest speaker.
• • •
MIS I IKAN ISRAEL SIS rhatHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. The program will in-
clude an address by Sidney Selig.
Detroit educator. Refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited.
• • •
RADOMER AID and LADIES
SOCIETY will hold a special meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Work-
men's Circle Center, to plan for
the coining year. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Sherman, 21644 Stratford,
will serve refreshments in honor
of their grandson's Bar Mitzva.
• • •
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute to hear a convention report
A social will follow with refresh-
ments. Guests invited.

Akiva Hebrew Day School Par-
ent-Teacher Association will meet
8 p.m. Monday in the school audi-
torium.
Frank Lederman, chairman of
the evening, will install the follow-
ing officers: president, Harold Lax;
vice president and program chair-
man, David Tanzman; secretaries,
Mesdames Mai-ylyn Hershman, Fay-
ga Greenbaum, Miriam Kelman, Lil-
la Isenberg and Blanche Engel and
Mr. Sam Gingsburg; fund-raising
chairman, Joan Levi; treasurer,
Beno Levi and hostesses, Mesdames
Carolyn Lederman, Gloria Pesis
and Ruth MeTinilstein. All parents
and friends olf Akiva Hebrew Day
School are invited to meet the staff
and hear the choral group of the

seventh and eighth grades.
The new staff members include
Mesdames Claire Arm, Barbara
Crandall, Estelle Galper, Maxine
Lieberson, Marilyn Beiss and Elsie
Yellin, Messrs. Robert 'Giles and
Burton Hurshe, and Rabbis Itzhak
Kalmar and Melvin Sachs.

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Harvest Ball Slated by
Criterion Club Members

Criterion Club, organization for
single adults, will hold a "Harvest
Ball" 9 p.m. Saturday at the
Knights of Pythias hall.
The public is invited. Dress will
be informal.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by George Grott and his
orchestra, and social mixers, prizes
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The Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
PTA will hold its first general
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
Southfield Building. Rabbi Eric
Greenbaum is program chairman.
New teachers at the school will be
introduced. and the installation of
officers will be held.

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