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November 03, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-03

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Friday, November 3, 1967-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Out, activities

KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a farewell meet-
ing in honor of a longtime mem-
ber, Sarah Kaplan, noon Wednes-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Mrs. Kaplan and her husband
Phillip, residents of Detroit 50
years, are planning to make their
home in Miami. Friends are invit-
ed to the meeting, at which hos-
tesses will be Edith Shapiro and
Rebecca Warren. For information,
call Frances Shayne, Kg 3-7290.
* • •

United HIAS Director to Close Forum Series

Mrs. John Greenberg is chair-
Gaynor I. Jacobson of New York,
director of United HIAS Service, man of the day.
will speak at the final session of
the 1967 fall forum on "Focus on
Survival" 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Jewish Center.
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Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
present Irene Malin, dramatic per- Women, will mark its 42nd year
sonality, at the monthly meeting at a birthday party noon Monday
12:30 p.m. Monday in the temple. at the home of Bess Finn, 25342
A petite luncheon will be served. Montmarte, Oak Park. Luncheon
Miss Malin, a graduate of the Lon- will be served. For reservations
As director of IHAS, Jacobson
don Royal Academy of Dramatic call Mrs. Finn, 546-8189.
guides an organization active in 40
• • •
Art and Music, also holds degrees
countries through
from the London Guild Hall School
PRLMROSE BENEVOLENT CLUB
the world. In the
471..
of Music and Drama and the Lon- will hold a social meeting 8:30 p.m..
past 10 years it
don Academy of Dramatic Art. She Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel. Hus-
SAVE!
SAVE.
has
aided
ap-
was a leading charazter actress bands are invited. Final arrange-
proximately 14,-
BUY DIRECT
with the BBC before coming to the ments are being made for the 33rd
FROM THE IMPORTER
000
Jewish
people
U.S. shortly after World War IL annual donor luncheon 12:30 p.m.
annually to reach
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi During the war, she formed her Nov. 14 at the New Raleigh House.
lands, other than
Concert Party, a group of friends The committees include Mesdames
Women, will hold a mother in Is- who
Israel, of safety.
Samuel Nadek, donor chairman;
rael luncheon noon Wednesday at around traveled
He will speak
the coun-
Harry Brown, program; Hyman
Beth Joseph Synagogue. Mother in t r y entertaining
on "Diaspora" at
Sweet and Celia Kaufman, pledges;
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS
Israel charms will be presented by the troops. Mar-
the
forum, spon-
Thomas Zohott and Lawrence Sha-
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Mrs. Henrietta Kelman, chairman. ried to an Amer-
Jacobson sored by the Jew-
piro, journal; Louis Friedman,
15738 LIVERNOIS
Guests are invited. The luncheon i can, she con-
ish
Welfare
Federation
women's
darling
and
memoriam;
Sam
Wein-
DI. 1-5515
is sponsored by Mrs. Anna Char- tinued her drama-
division. Mrs. Norman Katz is
man and Nathan Sandler, prizes.
ness and Mrs. Henrietta Kelman. tic career as a
forum chairman.



Social chairmen, Mrs. Rose Beile- teacher and per-
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
wich and Mrs. Pearl Gold, will be former on radio
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
assisted by Mesdames Molly Fin- and TV in New
Monday
at the Labor Zionist Insti-
kelstein, Meyer Beigler, Walter York. More re-
tute. Toby Slobosky will speak on
Epstein and Morris Servetter.
cently she moved Miss Malin
Nellie
Sachs,
Nobel Prize winner
NOW LOCATED AT
• • •
to the Detroit area and has taught for her poetry. Refreshments will
Brandeis University National at both branches of the Jewish Cen- be served. Guests invited.
At 10 Mile
Ook Park
Women's Committee, Detroit Chap- ter and directed theater at the
• • •
ter, will hold an open board meet- Dearborn Civic Center and Dear-
BNAI
DAVID
SISTERHOOD
will
born Children's Theater. She lec- hold a regular meeting 8:30 p.m.
big 10 a.m. Nov.
Phone: 548-5590
tures twice weekly at the Main Monday in the synagogue. Mrs. I.
16 at the Jewish
YWCA and the Highland Park Katz,
Center,- in con-
LUGGAGE • HANDBAGS
program chairman, has ar-
Branch, and will be appearing on ranged
junction with the
for the showing of a film
WXYZ-TV in the near future.
Book Fair. Presi-
REPAIRING
"The Thread of Life." Friends are
dent Mrs. Harold
• • •
invited.
(Estelle) Robin-
V


HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
son will preside
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
AVODAH CHAPTER. Pioneer
at the meeting,
day
at the Labor Zionist - Institute. Women, will meet for lunch noon
to which friends
Guest
speaker
will
be
David
Roth,
Tuesday,
at the home of Mrs. Mor-
1,"
are invited. A
director of the American Jewish ris Goldman, 24031 Seneca, Oak
new film will be
Congress
in
Michigan,
who
will
Park.
Mrs.
John Hock, chairman
shown, and used Mrs. Robinson discuss his work on intergroup for the open housing committee of
books in all categories will be ac- committees during the summer the League of Women Voters, will
s mic
cepted for the forthcoming sale. riots and subsequent work in this be guest speaker, Friends are in-
The chapter also has a dropoff area. Guests are invited.
vited.
For
reservations,
call
Mrs.
station at 704 W. Seven Mile.
Goldman, LI 1-8729.
• • •
• • •
• • •
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
the Eastern Star, will meet under Golden Chain, will hold a "feather will meet '12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
of
new officers 7:45 p.m. Monday at party," 8 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Labor Labor Zionist Institute. The club is
Eureka Temple. There will be re- Zionist Institute. Games and prizes presently soliciting pledges for the
will
be
featured.
For
information,
better
freshments.
call Mrs. Jean Hollander, 353-8453, annual donor event, which benefits
• • •
or Worthy Matron Mrs. Ruthe Gold- the social services of the Working
Costumes...
Women's
Council
(Moetzet
Hapoa-
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE ' stein, 5469058. There will be tickets
lot) in Israel. Chana Michlin, presi-
WOMEN will hold a board meeting at the door.
dent, announces that all those
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
and
• • •
wishing to contribute to the Rose
Mrs. Jerome Ziegler, 18231 In-1
Jewish Women's European Wel- Naimark memoriam fund may call
diana. A regular meeting will be
11;ilking
held 8 p.m. Thursday at Howard fare Organization will meet noon her at UN 4-3629, or the Pioneer
Johnson's Restaurant, Coolidge and Monday at Cong. Ezras Achim when Women's office, 341-0722.
final
plans
will
• • •
Suits
Eight Mile Rd. Mrs. Joseph Gor-
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold its
don, who just returned from a visit be made for the
annual charity luncheon and games
in Israel, will give a report on pro- Nov. 13 luncheon
at the synagogue.
party noon Wednesday at Federal's
jects there.
Sponsor of the
Department Store, Grand River
noon event will
Ave. and Oakman Blvd. Guests
be
Mrs.
Leo
Lau-
are invited.
,VH460PifiN a SOito ' fer, vice pres
• • *
dent, in honor of
X IT TARES e0.4,
ZEDAKAII CLUB will hold a
her son's ap-
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
GENI-US
pointment as as-
14, W
CL EA
4 EN
N 11:
311
home of Mrs. Sam Sloben, 20299
YOUR 0
sistant professor
MI 41.04,1 CARPET ii .
St. Marys. Plans for the Nov. 28
from
Mrs.
Laufer
of sociology
donor luncheon will be discussed.
Antioch
College
and
consultant
on
ARS ', STAYS Ile
Z
African affairs in Washington. For For information, call Mrs. Jack
CLEAN) ► Z
IPS
information, call Mrs. Jack Seder, Greenberg, 353-0232.
EA*
a • •
ticket chairman, 342-1627.
VI
AL ja SPOTS
0
eM) wrisir
z Chemicals
SUBURBAN CHAPTER, Ameri-
AND
Ca
• • •
vi SEAL lint", STAINS
Jewish Congress, will meet
CITY OF HOPE CANCER FIGHT- can luncheon
REMOVED
0 U (ea

noon Tuesday at the
BY
DIRT
ERS will hold an , executive board for

home of Mrs. Fred Benderoff,
EXPRT
long CHEMISTS
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at the home 22334
, 1.
Chatsworth,
Southfield. The
WEAR
of Mrs. Lawrence Benderoff, 23161 program, "Information
Beverly, Oak Park. Mrs. Jerome Congress' approach to Please—
it
O R AN
Current
Kornheiser will report 'on the plans Problems," will be presented
Fur trimmed
by
LI 8.11300
for the luncheon for paid-up mem- a panel moderated by chairman
4-55.88
and Tailored
bers to be held Nov. 20 at _Bnai Mrs. David Logan. Hospitality
15180 W. 8 MILE RD. NI. 1,1011.1LAND
David Synagogue.
OFF
chairman Mrs. Marvin Davis will
be assisted by Lucille Bendix and
Selected
Joyce Gottlieb. Members will
Group
nominate a member for the com-
Regular
munity service award given by
the Detroit Junior Board of
Priced from
Commerce Auxiliary as its can-
$89.95 to
didate for "outstanding young
$389.00
women in Michigan. A paid-up
Hanuka party is planned for Dec.
20. Prospective members invited.

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Mintco etiefiting-

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF
OAK-WOODS SISTERHOOD will
hold its annual "Mystery Bus Ride"
24200 TELEGRAPH Bet. 9 and 10 Mile Roads * beginning 7:30 p.m. Saturday at

358-1360 *
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*
Daily to 5:30, Thurs. to 9, Sat. to 4 p.m.

the synagogue. Limited reserva-
tions will be taken. For informa-
tion, call Sonia Ribiat, 547-2772,

or Blanche Engel, 398-3075.

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