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October 20, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-20

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Friday, October 20, 1967-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Cluh activities

ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will hold its first oneg Shabat of
the season 2 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. George Fleischer,
18633 George Washington, South-
field, Mrs. Joseph Katchke, presi-
dent announced. Mrs. Robert
Dunsky, chairman, is continuing
the series 'b ased on the theme
"Traveling With Jews Around the
World." Guest speaker Saturday
will be Dr. Sion Soleymani, who
was born in Shiraz, Iran. After
completing his medical training in
Iran, Dr. Soleymani came to this
country for higher education in
general surgek y. Coffee and
cake will be served during the
social hour which precedes the pro-
gram Guests are invited.
• * •

MICHAEL C. STARK CHAP-
TER, Children's Leukemia Founda-
tion of Michigan, is having its fifth
annual barn dance 8 p.m. Saturday
at Odd Fellows Hall, Berkley.
Grand prize is a weekend at the
Port Huron Motor Inn.
* • *
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will give a Simhat
Tora party 8:30 pm. Oct. 29 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Israel
Weisman, program chairman, an-
nounces vocalist Dorothy Bornstin
and pianist Celia Dezodin will be
featured. Ann Mondrow will give
a short reading, and refreshments
will be served. The public is in-

•vited.

* * *
MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will attend a luncheon
12:30 p.m. Monday at Betty Kan
bers home, 25584 Filmore, South-
field. Guest speaker will be David
Roth, director of American Jewish
Congress in Michigan. Roth, who
has just returned from a trip to
Russia, will speak on his exper-
iences and will show his slides of
the trip.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH' CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Walter Klein, director of the
Jewish Community Council, will
talk on the July riots. A discussion
will follow. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.

* * •
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER.
Women's American ORT will hold
a general meeting 12:30 p.m. Oct.

31 at the home of Mrs. Fred
Sklarchyk, 14220 Greenbrier, Oak
Park. Guest speaker will be George
Armour, public safety officer of
the Oak Park Safety Department,
whose topic will be "Safety for the
Woman Today." A petite lunch-
eon will precede the meeting.
Hostesses who will assist Mrs.
Sklarchyk are Mesdames Marvin
Chaben, Harvey Feinberg, Sidney
Cole and Stanley Millman. Guests
invited.
* *
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY women's auxiliary will hold
its monthly luncheon meeting noon
Tuesday at the Kingsley Inn. Mrs.
Morris Bachman. past president.
will present the invocation. S. L. A.
Marshall, soldier. military analyst
and author, will be guest speaker.
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LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH-WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold a pre-donor
meeting and luncheon noon Mon-
day at Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah
Synagogue. Mrs. Ida Friedlander
will sponsor the luncheon and guest
speaker will be Rabbi Leizer
Levin. Guests are invited. Mrs.
Milton Winston, president, an-
nounces that final arrangements
have been made for the donor
luncheon Oct. 31 at Beth Joseph
Synagogue. Donor chairmen Mrs.
Louis Honigman and Mrs. Leo
Laufer will be assisted by Mes-
dames Norman Cottler, Arthur
Cutler, Walter Epstein and Brucha
Faigenbaum.
* * *
SUNDAY GROUP, Hadassah,
will hold a membership tea 1 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Alva
Ron, 29880 Fairfax, Southfield. The
speaker will be Mrs. Maurice Perl-
man. For information, call Miss
Ron, EL 6-7333.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Irwin Harvith, 22750 Wrex-
ford Dr., Southfield. Mrs. William
Kadushin will be co-hostess. Ber-
tha Wember will review the book
,
Gates of the Forest" by Elie
Weisel. Members are asked to
bring pledges for the Nov. 28
donor luncheon.
* * *
BALMORAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, invites
guests to an open meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Bernard Siegel, 1530 Wellesley. A
petite luncheon will be served.
Rabbi Leonard Cahan will speak
on "Japan and the Far East." A
prize will be presented.
* * *
UNITED ORDER TRUE SISTERS,
Detroit 41, will meet at Northland
Center Auditorium noon Tuesday.
After luncheon, a fashion show of
imported knits which will be mod-
eled by the members. Mrs. Abra-
ham Miller is program chairman.
* * •
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Simhat Tora
luncheon noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Tania Ber-
man, chapter president, announces
Eugene Franzblau, former Detroit-
er of San Francisco, will speak on
the festivities of Sukkot and Sim-
hat Tora. Hostesses of the day will
be Mrs. Berman, Sarah Kaplan,
Bessie Litwak and Frances Shayne.
Friends are invited.

BIRMINGHAM _ FRANKLIN
GROUP, Hadassah, will gather for
dessert luncheon 12:30 Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Benton Wolfe,
1199 Charrington, Birmingham.
Program chairman Mrs. Ruth Was-
serman has planned a dramatic
reading of "The Six-Day War" by
Madames Irving Schlyfestone, Shel-
don Greenberg, Stanley Elbling
and Irving Ross. A "Personally
Yours" fashion show coordinated
by Mrs. Kenneth Lastar, featuring
Hadassah models, will follow a
"Keep Slim and Trim the Weight
Watcher Way" with Mrs. Irving
Rosenberg.
* * *
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT CLUB
will hold an open meeting 12:30
p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Dessert luncheon will be served.
Plans are also being formulated for
the main fund-raising event, the
33rd annual donor luncheon to be
held 12:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the
New Raleigh House. For tickets,
call Mrs. Celia Kaufman, LI 2-2427,
or Mrs. Dorothy Sweet, EL 7-1790.
* * *
NEW LIFE CHAPTER, American
Medical Center at Denver, will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Jack Rosenberg,
24531 Connecticut, Southfield. The
afternoon will feature a luncheon,
followed by a fashion show, mod-
eled by members. The luncheon
will be prepared by the hospitality
committee, headed by Mrs. Herbert
Charfoos, with co-chairmen Mes-
dames Leonard Cousins, Ray Stol-
ler, Jack Gregory and Jack Schnei-
der. Accompanying the fashion
show will be a musical selection
played by Mrs. Mernie Paster. Pro-
spective members are welcome.
* * *
DAVID HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
2 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Bessie Ross, 18958 Sussex. Arrange-
ments have been made for the Dec.
5 donor luncheon. Cantor Louis
Klein and the Bnai Moshe sister-
hood choral group will entertain.
For information, call Mrs. Harry
Schechter, EL 3-3664, or Mrs. Sam
Kreisler, 537-0117.
* • *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS.
City of Hope, will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at Cong.
Bnai David. Mrs. Maury Gordon.
vice president of fund raising, will
give a report on the proceeds of
the recent door-to-door campaign.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Oct. 30 at Cong. Beth Hillel.
Recent Israeli movies will be
shown. Dessert luncheon will be
served. Friends are invited.
• • •
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a game night
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Labor'
Zionist Institute. A motel weekend ,
will be offered as a prize, plus '
many more. A donation is the price
of admission. For information, call!
Mrs. Mary Shuster, LI 2-5340, or
Mrs. Esther Kaber, LI 8-5387.
* * *
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a Sukkot lunch
eon 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the'
home of Mrs. Sol Hoberman, 14090
Ludlow, Oak Park. Rabbi Jacob
Kranz will speak. Members are
asked to bring friends: For reser-
vations, call Mrs. Hoberman, 548-
9133.
* * a
MISS ELLEN SCHEUER
SIIERUTH LEAGUE will meet
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. for lunch 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Scheuer of Tavistock Trail, South- Zionist House.
field, announce the engagement of
their daughter Ellen Ruth to David
Joel Rothenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry L. Rothenberg of Mea-
dowlane Dr., Southfield.
GARBER-UNROT: Linda Ilene
Miss Scheuer is a senior at the Unrot, former Detroiter of Los
University of Michigan and is af- Angeles, and Stanley Garber of Los
filiated with Phi Sigma Sigma Angeles were married recently in
Sorority. Her fiance attended Sherman Oaks, Calif. The bride's
Wayne State University, and is parents are Mrs. Isabelle Unrot and
now a student at Kirksville College the late Jack Unrot of Detroit. The
of Osteopathy and Surgery.
bridegroom's mother is Mrs. Morris
An August wedding is planned. Siegel.

Ellen Scheuer-Engaged
to David J. Rothenberg

Marriages

'Exodus' Officer to Address Bond Women

Harry Weinsaft, safety officer
on the famed immigrant ship
"Exodus," who has lived several
lives in one lifetime, will be guest
speaker at the first 1967 Israel
Bond Women's Division board of
governors luncheon noon Tuesday
at Kingsley Inn. Mrs. David Pol-
lack, chairman of the board of
governors, said plans for the fall
Israel Bond campaign will be dis-
cussed at the luncheon.
Weinsaft, who was in Israel dur-
ing the Six-Day War, will give an
account of "20 Years After the
Exodus," relat-
ing his experi-
ences on the Exo-
dus with his ex-
periences in the
June war. Cura-
tor of the art gal-
lery at Kingsley
Inn, Weinsaft will
take the lunch-
eon guests on a
tour.
Born in Vienna
Weinsaft was
sent to Dachau at
age 16. His fam-
ily was killed by
the Nazis, but
Harry was re-
Weinsaft
leased and permitted to emigrate
to the United States. As soon as
the United States entered the war,
he joined the Army serving as a

major in Italy. When war ended,
Weinsaft joined the military gov-
ernment service and was put in
charge of DP camps. Later he
worked in the underground to aid
surviving victims of the Holocaust
to find a haven in Palestine. It
was in this connection that he
served on the E x o d u s, which
carried 3,000 immigrants and was
the largest Jewish immigrant
transport.
For luncheon reservations, call
Israel Bonds, DI 1-5707.

Club Plans 'Happening'

The Party of the Month Club will
hold a "Halloween Happening"
8:30 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Jewish
Music Center. Single adults age 24
to 39 are invited. Adviser is Cindy
Kleiner.

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