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December 08, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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TH E - ' - ROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Climb activities

NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will meet 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Howard Johnson's, Eight
Mile and Coolidge. A continuation
of the board meeting held at Mrs
Herman Halprin's home will be
held. The Jewish Center, with
Northwest Child Rescue Women,
sent 34 retarded young adults from
the Israel Boy's Group, the Israel
Girl's Group and the Detroiter
Group to Washington D.C. for four
days by bus. They visited the
White House, various departments
and museums and finished the
grand tour with dinner at Trader
Vic's. A future trip to New York
will be planned for them.
• • •
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will celebrate the Hanuka season
with an open meeting 12:30 p.m.

Monday in the synagogue social

hall. Mrs. Jacob E. Segal, who re-
cently returned from Israel, will
speak on her "Impressions of the
New Israel." Cantor Nicholas Fen-
akel will lead a community sing-
along of traditional melodies. Mrs.
Carl Lichtenstein, program vice-
president, invites friends and
neighbors to be sisterhood guests
for a coffee klatch served by Mrs.
Baruch Ulrych, hospitality chair-

LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH and Women's Sabbath
League will hold a luncheon meet-
ing noon Tuesday at Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah synagogue. The
luncheon will be sponsored by Mes-
dames Beckie Cohen, Ethel Dafer
and Bessie Moerman. Guest speak-
er will be Rabbi Shaiall Zachar-
iash of Shomrey Emunah. The soc-
ial committee headed by Mrs. Wal-
ter Epstein will be assisted by
Mesdames Meyer Biegler, Rose
Bielewich, Arthur Cutler, Harold
Kaplan and Bea Servetter. Mrs
Milton Winston, president, invites
guests.

Post Office Pressure

The holiday rush is on. The
Jewish News advises all those
submitting copy to mail early,
or hand deliver, as the post
office is processing a record
volume of mail. Copy received
after dealine is too late for
publication.

In the Mood for a Fashion Show

Madelyn Bevan models a gown to be featured at the fashion
show scheduled by Detroit Council of Pioneer Women as part of its
donor affair noon Wednesday at the new Raleigh House. Seated
(from left) are Mrs. Ben Harold, donor chairman; Mrs. Norman
Kanter, executive vice president; and Mrs. Sam Wasserman, arrange-
ments chairman. Standing are Edythe Fern Melrose, television's

"Lady of Charm," and Mrs. Sam Fishman, council president.

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of more than 1,000 child care and
immigrant rehabilitation centers.
Mrs. Ben Harold, donor chair-

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Eileen Berris reviewing "A Night
of Watching" by Elliot Arnold.
11 a.m. Tuesday at the temple.
Luncheon will be available follow-
ing each book review. Mrs. Berris
will discuss briefly what is current
and choice in the world of Jewish
fiction. Mrs. Berris, who has con-
ducted leadership training courses
and speakers training institutes
in Detroit and throughout the state,
has taught book review skills at
the Jewish Center and for the past
15 years has been active in plann-
ing the Jewish Book Fairs. The
public 4 invited to the review at
no charge. The sisterhood also
sponsors a series of Bible classes
conducted by Dr. Richard C. Hertz
the next one to be 11 a.m. Dec. 19.
Subsequent programs will be held
Jan. 23 and 30.

• • •
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,

City of Hope, will hold a board
meeting noon Monday at Bnai
David Synagogue. Mrs. Max Levy,
EVERGREEN CHAPTER, Had- chairman of the Glamorama Lun-
assah, plans a games night 8 p.m cheon will give a report. Mrs.
Dec. 12 at Hadassah House. Re- Maury Gordon, vice president of
freshments will be served. Nom- fund raising, asks members to pick
inal charge. Guests and friends up Blue Banks, placed in the stores
are welcome.
of local merchants, beginning Dec.
• • •
12. For information, call Mrs. Mor-
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER- ton Silverman, BR 3-1748, or Mrs.
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday in Joseph Jackson, LI 6-3502, chair-
the synagogue to make final prep- men.
• • •
aratiohs for the 11th annual Han-
uka party Dec. 23. Mrs. Fannie
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
Laufer, president, 398-7146, invites will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
friends to this affair. Mrs. Alex at the synagogue. A panel discus-
Ungar will be hostess at the meet- sion on "The Abortion Bill-Is There
ing.
a Need?" will be moderated by

man, and her committee.
• • •
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue social hall. Mrs. Ben
Simmons, program chairman, an-
nounces a donor preview will be
presented. The evening will include
a Hanuka grab bag. Refreshments
will be served.
• • •

Mrs. Sam Fishman, president of
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women,
and Mrs. Norman Kanter, execu-
tive vice president, will report on
the successful funds campaign for
Moetzet Hapoalot at the annual
donor luncheon noon Wednesday
at Raleigh House, Southfield.
Pioneer Women, in conjunction
with Moetzet Hapoalot, supports
almost half of all the social serv-
ices to women and children in
Israel and maintains a network

BETH EL SISTERHOOD book
review. series will feature Mrs.



man, will present the "Lady of
Charm," Edythe Fern Melrose, as
narrator for the fashion show.
Dr. Judd Teller, executive vice-
chairman of the American His-
tadrut Cultural Exchange Insti-
tute, will speak on "Pioneer Wom-
en's Role in Israel After the Six-
Day War. Dr. Teller has written
extensively on Jewish affairs in
America, Israel and behind the
Iron Curtain.

Scheduled for publication late
in 1968 is his book "Strangers
and Natives," which deals with
American Jewry. His book "The
Jews: Biography of a People,"
published in 1966, has Just been
issued in a third edition. His
other books include "Scapegoat
of Revolution," which describes
the effect of social revolutions
on Jews since the Protestant
Reformation, and "The Kremlin,
the Jews and the Middle East."
He has edited "Welfare State and
Welfare Society," "Accultura-
tion and Integration" and "The
Free World and the New Na-
tions," published by the Ameri-
can Histadrut Cultural Exchange
Institute.
Dr. Teller has traveled exten-
sively in Africa and the USSR for
research foundations, was an ad-
viser in the Bonn-Israel repara-
tions and correspondent at the
United Nations and abroad.

Rabbi Mordecai Halpern. Partici-
pants will be Mrs. Edward Salem,
sisterhood member representing
the women's view; Dr. Alfred Sher-

man, chief of obstetrics at Sinai
Hospital; psychiatrist Dr. Jack
Pearlman; and State Rep. Daniel
Cooper. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited, accord-
ing to Mrs. Sam Balkin, program
vice president, and Mrs. Charles
Isackson, program chairman. The
sisterhood is sponsoring a rum-
mage sale at the Ferndale Wo-
men's Club 6-9 p.m. Monday and
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday. For
information, call Mrs Harvey Pol-
lock, LI 4-2612.
• • •
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH,
Jewish Women European Welfare
Organziation, will hold a luncheon
and games party noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. Mollie Lee-
bove and Gussie Cardish are spon-
sors. For information, call Mrs.
Morris Haut, president, BR 3-6571.
• • •
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE
SISTERHOOD will meet 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the synagogue. Mr. and
Mrs. Martin J. Budman will speak
on "Principles of Sound Stock In-
vesting." The Budmans are De-
troit liaison managers for Loeb.
Rhodes, and Co. and have had
many years of experience in the
stock brokerage field. Husbands,
friends and prospective members
are invited. A social hour will fol-
low. For information, call Mrs.
George Bass, EL 7-0781.
• • •
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold an oneg Shabat 2 p.m.
Saturday in the social hall. it was
announced by President Mrs. Joe
Medwed. Rabbi Benjamin H. Gor-
relick will review "Our Crowd" by
Steven Birmingham. Refreshments
will be served. The public is
invited.
• • •
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
HABAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. I. Isaacs, 20521 Lesure. The
speaker will be Rabbi Isaacs.
• • •
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hear Florene
Mark, director of Weight Watchers

in Michigan, at a meeting 8 p.m.
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. There wilt be refreshments
and a Hanuka grab bag.
(Continued on Page Z4)

Friday, December 8, 1967 23

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Co-Op Council to Hear Services
of Local Jewish Agencies

"Give Me Your Tired, Your
Mrs. Abe Bookstein, chairman of
Poor" will be Co-operative Coun- Co-operative Council, advises that
cil's theme for the open meeting iris is an opportunity for the pub-
of the League of Jewish Women's lic to become aware of the service
Organizations of Greater Detroit rendered to the community by this
noon Thursday at Beth Aaron Syn- council, particularly in light of this
agogue. It will be preceded by a summer's events which made assis-
dessert lunch.
tance to the indigent even more
League president Mrs. J. Stew- urgent.
Co-operative Council is com-
art Linden, invites the public.
Guest speakers will be Louis prised of 16 local Jewish service
groups.
Mrs. Maurice Zukerstein
Schulte of the community relations
department, Northville State Hos- is hospitality chairman for the
meeting.
pital; Mrs. Ruth Katzman, super-

visor, department of service to the
aged, Jewish Family and Children's
Service; Roger Skully, case work-
er of e JFCS; and Mrs. Sally
Gurney, representing Shiffman
Clinic. Mrs. Jules Sanders, liaison
officer of Co-operative Council
will ,ate its contracts with these
agenci,s.

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Ben Ketais Celebrates

Golden Anniversary

SOY DIRECT
FROM THE IMPORTER

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ketai, 19435
Stansbury, celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary Sunday at
Tam O'Shanter Country Club,
where their children held a lun-
cheon in their honor. Their child-
ren are Dr. and Mrs. Norbert
Ketai, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Ketai
and Drs. and Mesdames Arnold
Stone and Donald Ketai.

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