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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Oa, activities

Northeast Chapter, Women's
American ORT will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs.
N. H. Schlafer, 17241 Pontchar-
train, announces Mrs. Michael
Travis, president.
V Mrs. Harvey Ber-
man, vice presi-
dent in charge of
programing, has
planned the meet-
ing and petite
luncheon, with
guest speaker
Marshall Engle,
greenhouse super-
visor and chief
Engle flower arranger
for the Henry Ford Museum and
Greenfield Village for the past 14
years. Past president of the Men's

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER.
HOOD will hold its annual paid-up
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Oct. 9 in the
temple's social hall. Goldie Adler
will speak on "What Does the New
Year Hold?" Reservations must be
made at the temple office by Oct.
6. Future meetings will feature
book reviews, including Gertrude
Oberstein reviewing Chaim Potok's
"The Chosen," Eileen Berris re-

viewing Mordecai Kaplan's "Not So
Random Thoughts," Jewell Mans-
field reviewing Steven Birming-
ham's "Our Crowd" and Clara
Jones reviewing Vera Weizmann's
"The Impossible Takes Longer."
* * *
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION SISTERHOOD will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the synagogue
for a program, "Ask the Rabbi."
Garden Club of Detroit, Engle will The sisterhood gift shop will be
discuss "Flower Arranging with open and on display will be a table
Antiques" and will demonstrate set for Rosh Hashana, a project of
with dried flower arrangements. the seventh grade students of the
Mrs. David Feerer will speak about Sunday School under the direction
the "Switching Post," the antique of Sharlene Ungar. Refreshments
shop run by the Northeast Chapter will be served.
* *
on Livernois. Mrs. Schlafer will re-
port on the national convention
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
this week in Chicago. Helping with WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
hospitality will be Mesdames Irv- meet noon Monday at Ezras Achim
ing Protetch, Stanley Gard, Milton synagogue. A report on the canis-
Gilman, and Ivan Jacobson.
ter solicitation will be given.

* * *

* * *

'Miracle Year'

s Launched

Deadline for all copy for our annual New Year issue is at
noon today.
Pioneer
Photographs and editorial copy arriving after the hour
Women, will hear reports on the set for the deadline will be retained for the following week's
national biannual convention of Pio- issue, if timely.
neer Women at a breakfast meeting
Deadline for Classified Ads for the Oct. 6 issue will be at
11 a.m. Oct. 11, at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. Delegates Sarah Kan- 3 p.m. Tuesday.
ter, Rebecca Warren and Frances

Shayne will give the reports on the
parley, at which the theme was
based on the Psalm "If I forget
thee, 0 Jerusalem . " Hostesses
will be Miriam Freeman and Lilly
Stollman.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a special board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. J. Weinberg, 24482
Lee Baker, Southfield. Plans are
being formulated for the 33rd an-
nual donor luncheon which will
be held on noon Nov. 14 at the new
Raleigh House. For information.
call Mrs. Weinberg, 358-1190.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at the
home of Mrs. Roy Gilbert, 15321
Northgate, Oak Park. Discussion
of the Nov. 13 rummage sale and
the Nov. 20 membership tea will
take place.
* * •
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT CHAP-
TER, Hadassah, will hold a rumor
clinic sponsored by the Anti De
famation League at Hadassah
House. New members and friends
are invited.

Elie Wiesel to Speak
at Temple Israel

Mrs. Richard Kamil, program
vice president of Temple Israel
Sisterhood, announces that author
Elie Wiesel will speak at sister-
hood's opening meeting of the year
Oct. 9.
A dessert luncheon, complimen-
tary to all sisterhood members, will
precede the program at 12:15.
There will be a nominal charge
for guests.
A teen-age survivor of Ausch-
witz and Buchenwald, Wiesel is

Blue Box Day will be observed at a luncheon noon Oct. 17 spon-
sored by the Jewish National Fund Women at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
primarily known for his works deal-
Program chairman Mrs. Pearl Nosan (third from left) is assisted
ing with the atrocities of that time.
by Mesdames Irving Arlin, Samuel Baker, Max Stollman, Edward
His best known works include
and
Ira
G.
Kaufman
(right),
who
is
Norman
Allan
Wishnetsky,
"Night." "Dawn," "The Accident,"
publicity chairman and is in charge of the day's program. Fall and "The Town Beyond The Wall," and
winter fashions will be shown at the luncheeon, at which Mrs. Wil- "The Gates of the Forest." His
liam Levin (left) will preside. Mrs. Morris Kraft (second from left)
most recent book, "The Jews of
is chairman of Blue Boxes, which are the ticket of admission.
Silence." a personal report on



*
*

Soviet Jewry, was serialized in the
CITY OF HOPE CANCER Saturday Evening Post. His is also
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m. FIGHTERS will hold an executive the author of a new play dealing
Saturday at the home of Mrs.. board meeting noon Monday at the with Soviet Jewry which is soon to
Bigmond Lax. 18425 Washburn. home of Mrs. Morris Moss, 14250 be produced in Paris and New
ork.
Guest speaker will be Yudi Gold-1 Vernon. Oak Park. Under discus-

berg.

• • *
pr ojects.
*
*
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
BNAI 111 0 S II E SISTERHOOD
OMEGA will hold a tea honoring ,
new members 12:30 p.m. Oct. 10 will meet 12:15 p.m. Monday at
at the home of Mrs. Jerome Kurtis, the synagogue. Lynn Reed, Bnai
22360 Chatsford Ct., Southfield, an- Moshe scholarship winner; Steve
nounces President Mrs. Jack . Sinkoff and David Weiner will pre-
Freedland. The dramatics group sent slides and speak on their trip
led by Mrs. John Cohen has writ-1 to Israel. Mrs. Benjamin Weiss
ten an original musical skit which will lead the "Dvar Tora." Mrs.
will be presented at the tea to Sue Grand is chairman of the day.
will be served.
illustrate the organization's 211 Dessert luncheon
* * •
years of community service. Host-

esses for the afternoon will be

Mesdames Kenneth Helen and Da-
vid Freedman.

Deadline Today for Next Week's Issue

KINNERET CHAPTER,

• le •

sion will be the recent fund-raising

Friday, September 29, 1967-219

For his address to the sisterhood.
Wiesel will speak on the aftermath
of the Israeli war.
Mrs. Moe Traurig is sisterhood
president.

Young Women Brunch

Chavarim Bnai Brith Young
Women will hold a brunch 11 a.m.
Sunday at the home of Shari Lip-
son, 17597 Tracey. Prospective
members age 18 to 26 are welcome.

JNF Women Prepare for 'Blue Box Day'

Hadassah's Budget of $9.9 Million OK'd

MIAMI BEACH (JTA) — Hadas- ish National Fund, $650,000 for its

sah, the Women's Zionist Organiza- vocational education program and
tion of America, adopted at its $100,000 for Hadassah supplies.
53rd annual convention a goal of
$9,898,500 for its 1967-68 programs
in Israel and budgeted $1,629,074
for its United States program. The
2,000 delegates also re-elected Mrs.
Mortimer Jacobson to a fourth one-
year term as president.
The Israeli program's goal in-
cluded $6,000,000 for the Hadassah
.118.1174•.. f
medical organization, $2,300,000 for
Youth Aliya, $700,000 for the Jew

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At the Israel Victory Luncheon sponsored by the Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Division, which resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions
totaling $30,000 are (from left) Mrs. Max Stollman, honorary chair-
man of the women's division; Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine, the lunch.
eon chairman; Mrs. Norman Allan, women's trustee chairman; Abbie
Ben-Ari, Israel government tourist director, the guest speaker;
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, women's division chairman; and Mrs. Joseph
Katchke and Mrs. Philip. Hellman, honorary chairmen. The lunch.
eon launched the women's division "Miracle Year" fall campaign.

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