Terry L. Eichenhorn I
Engaged to Barry Bell
MISS TERRY EICHENHORN
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Eichen-
horn of Kensington a., Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Terry Lynne to Barry
Alan Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Bell of Addison Ave., South-
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Arizona and now attends
Wayne State University. She is
affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Her fiance was graduated
from Eastern Michigan University
and now attends the Illinois Col-
lege of Optometry in Chicago. He
is affiliated with Gamma Omega
Phl professional optometric fra-
A Dec. 16 wedding is planned.
Is Planned for Jan. 28
MISS CHARLOTTE WISE
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wise of
Rensselaer Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of 'their
daughter Charlotte Phyllis to Mich-
ael Henry Berman, son of Mrs.
Shirley Berman of Greenfield Rd.,
Southfield, and the late Mr. Joseph
A Jan. 28 wedding is planned.
Revisionists Set Dance
A Victory Dance Festival, fea-
turing an Israeli floor show and
supper, will be held by the Zionist
Revisionist Organization of Detroit
9 p.m. Saturday at the Young Is-
rael Center of Oak-Woods.
Eric Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide the dance music
for this gathering, proceeds of
which will go toward the National
Sick Fund of Israel. Tickets will
be available at the door.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 27, 1967-19
Women's Clu4 activities
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will hold its annual paid-up mem-
bership luncheon noon Wednesday
in the synagogue social hall.
"Something is Missing," a National
Women's League skit, will be pre-
sented. Dues may be paid at the
door. "How to Be a Jewish Mother"
at the Fisher Theater is being
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
Cong. Ahavas Achim for the eve-
ning of Dec. 7. Tickets may be
purchased 10:30 aim to noon Sun-
days until Nov. 19 at the synago-
gue office. For ticket information,
call Mrs. Bert Heller, VE 7-9185;
Mrs. Max Lumelsky, 353-9553; or
Mrs. Kenneth Belen, 353-8047.
• • •
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY will hear
"The Sound of Beauty," Hebrew
poetry in the Jewish tradition, at
its next opcn l
p.m. Thursday at
the Esther Ber-
Mrs. Isadore Go-
ren, chariman cf
the day, will host
this program. Li-
sa Morrison, re-
cent graduate of
the Hebrew High
School, who is a Mrs. Goren
guitarist, will assist Mrs. Goren.
Dessert luncheon will be served.
Mrs. Mitchell Feldman, chairman
of the ways and means committee,
advises that the annual fund-rais-
ing affair will be a musical mati-
nee featuring Marjorie Gordon
with the Piccolo Opera Company in
Sholem Aleichem's "A Goat's Tale"
Nov. 29 at Shaarey Zedek. For
ticket information, call Mrs. Jacob
Axelrod, UN 49174.
• • *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXI-
LIARY, American Legion, will
hold an executive board meeting
and luncheon noon Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. George Poplack,
23950 Philip, Southfield. Discus-
sion will center on a district din-
ner and the wrapping of parcels
for hospitalized veterans. The
regular meeting will be 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 8 at Cong. Beth Yehuda.
• • s
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Bnai David Synagogue.
Mrs. Harry Fink, vice president of
programing, announces a panel
demonstration will be presented
by members of Recovery, Inc., an
organization devoted to self help
for nervous and former mental pa-
tients. At the brief business meet-
ing preceding the program, Mrs.
Max Levy, chairman of the "Gla-
morama Luncheon, will report on
the progress of this donor affair
to be held Dec. 5 at the Latin
Quarter. Ticket chairman Mrs.
Louis Markle will have tickets
available for distribution.
• • •
Bk.:1'H MOSES SISTERHOOD will
meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the syn-
agogue. Councilman Mel Ravitz,
professor of sociology at Wayne
State University, will speak. For
information, call Mrs. Arnold Ber-
man, program chairman. Mrs. Ju-
lius Feldman, president, invites
the public. A social hour will fol-
• * *
League of Jewish Women, will
hold a breakfast meeting 9:30 a.m.
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Daniel Wenograd, 1725 Huntington
Lane, Bloomfield Hills. The meet-
ing is open to presidents and case
chairmen of the 16 participating
groups. Zedakah Club will be host-
• • •
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, Hadassah, will hold
its Honor Roll Tea 2 p.m. Sunday
at Hadassah House. Gayna Man-
delbaum, violinist, will be featured,
accompanied by Mrs. Sam Mandel-
baum. Helen Kass is program
chairman and Mary S. Cohan,
honor roll chairman.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold an open board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Myron Shiffman,
22335 LaGaronne, Southfield.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Morris Shaver Auditorium. Presi-
dent Margaret Lom and Rebecca
Krasnov will report on the annual
convention in Chicago. Brunch will
be served. Blanch Rose is cultural
• s s
BETH EL SISTERHOOD will
hold its opening Bible Series lec-
ture 11 a.m. Nov. 7 at the temple.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will speak.
Other lectures will be held Nov.
21, 28 and Dec. 19. Mrs. B. Bene-
dict Glazer is chairman.
▪ s •
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH,
Jewish Women European Welfare
Organization, will meet noon Mon-
day at Cong. Ezras Achim. Mrs.
Morris Haut, president, will an-
nounce plans for the annual bake
sale Nov. 16 at Northland Center.
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Monday at the home of Mrs.
Abe Bookstein, 10760 Corning, Oak
Park. Hostesses for the day are
Mrs. Bookstein and Mrs. William
• s •
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a birthday party
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Carl Siegel, 1134 Charring-
• s •
PYTHIAN SISTERS will meet
8 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Pythian
Temple. Plans for the annual char-
ity dinner will be discussed.
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