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December 08, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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24—Friday, December 8, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hold Benefit for Orphanage in Israel

The Detroit'"'-
Mothers Commit-
tee for Batei Av-
oth raised more
than $1,300 at a
luncheon for the
Batei Avoth or-
phan home in
v,
Bnei Brak's Po-
4
nevez Yeshiva
city. Mrs. Isadore Levin, second from left), president and founder of
the organization 14 years ago, came from Los Angeles for the event,
and vice president Mrs. Norman Cottier (second from right) spon-
sored the luncheon with her husband. With them are Mrs. Max Still-
berg (left), treasurer, and Mrs. Leo Laufer, co-chairman of the
luncheon.

omen's luhs

(Continued from Page 23)
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will have a victory celebra-
tion for its annual donor luncheon
8:30 p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth
Hillel. A special program will be
held for members and husbands.
Refreshments will be served.
• • •
DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold a luncheon meeting fea-
turing Dr. Milton Covensky as
guest speaker noon Tuesday at
Northwood Inn. Dr. Covensky,
Wayne State University history
professor, will speak on " Conflicts
of Values and Morals in Today's
Society." Mrs. Charles Goodman
will be chairman of the day, and
the invocation will be given by
Mrs. Manuel Feldman, past pres-
ident. Guests are invited.
• • •
DAVID - HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Fishman, 20223 St. Marys.
• • •
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY, Am-
erican Legion, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Cong. Beth Yehuda
to plan a Hanuka party Dec. 27.

BNAI M 0 S H E SISTERHOOD
will hold a latke party in celebra-
tion of Hanuka 12:15 p.m. Monday
in the social hall. Mrs. Moses Lehr-
man, chairman of the day, an-
nounces that the program, "Shai-
tel in Our Day," will feature a
background history of wigs, to be
followed by a wig fashion show.

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TICAL SOCIETY LADIES AUXIL-
IARY will meet noon Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Harry Adler,
4743 W. Outer Dr. Dessert luncheon
will be served, and officers will be
elected.
• • •

Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor of
Balfour Dr., Oak Park announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Marsha Ellen, to Samuel M. Bar-
enbaum, son of Mrs. Max Randell
and the late Morris Barenbaum of
Chicago. Miss Taylor is the daugh-
ter of the late Jennie Shulman
Taylor. The bride elect is a gradu-
ate of Wayne State University. Her
fiance is a graduate of Roosevelt
University in Chicago. A May 30
wedding is planned.

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine of Tid-
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of their daughter Alicia Deborah
to Bernard Anklowitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Anklowitz of New

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A June wedding is planned.

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Young Hagana Sponsors
Showing of Yiddish Film

647-2367

Young Hagana of Israel, an or-
ganization of Israelis residing in
Detroit, will show the Yiddish film,
"A Brivele der Mamen," starring
Edmund Zayenda and Misha Gehr-
man, 8 p.m. Dec. 23 at Cong. Beth
Joseph.
For tickets, call Rubin Sherman,
president, 342 - 5472. Proceeds from
the showing will be sent to the
Diskin Orphan Home of Jerusalem.
The film has English subtitles.

• • •

Sag agernents

you find the other

The Reform sisterhoods of great-
er Detroit will feature the Festival
Dancers at their second annual
Metropolitan meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at Temple Emanu-El. Pet-
ite luncheon will precede the pro-
gram.
This annual meeting was de-
signed to promote fellowship
among the sisterhood members of
Temple Beth Emeth of Ann Arbor,
Temple Beth El, Temple Israel,
Beth Am, Emanu-El, Beth Jacob
of Pontiac and Beth El of Windsor.
The Festival Dancers of the Jew-
ish Center is a modern dance com-
pany, directed by Harriet Berg,
professional dancer and choreog-
rapher. The program will be in
three parts: "Mostly About Wo-
ben," satire on women at the turn
of the century; "Dedicated to Doris
Humphrey," a series of flowing
and feminine waltzes, and "Make
a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord," a
dance interpretation of the Chich-
ester Psalms.
The dancers will be Harriet Berg,
Sheila Collins, Hala Lawrence,
Carol Halsted, Shirley Steinman,
Brenda Schiff, Joanne Vivian and
six children who are guest dancers.

OAK PARK NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Toby Ginsburg, 24241 Westhamp-
ton. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Gerson Frankel.

STREIT'S

Where you find one

The Criterion Club for single
adults will hold its last open house
of the year 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
meeting hall of the Commonwealth
Branch Bank, W 7 Mile at Mark
Twain.
President Gertrude Edelstein in-
vites the public without charge.
Rami Amitz-Lev of Tel Aviv will
give an illustrated narrative of his
personal experiences and observa-
tions during the Six-Day War.
An original satire on radio broad-
casting today, written by H. M.
Gottlieb and presented by a cast
of five; and part two of Lou Ja-
cobi's comedy recording, "The Yid-
dish Are Coming," will complete
the evening's program.
Plans for Criterion Club's an-
nual Hanuka Ball, to be held Dec.
24, will be announced.

• • •

and

are going steady ...

Reform Sisterhoods Alicia Fine Engaged
Plan Get-Together to Bernard Anklowitz
Over Luncheon

SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will meet
12:15 p.m. Dec. 19 at the home
of Mrs. Norton Flusty, 28230 Tavis-
tock, Southfield. Mrs. Hershal
Sandberg, program vice president,
has planned the program around
a rumor clinic.
• • •

NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Philip Hertzberg, 17200 Ohio. Rab-
bi Nissim Hayward will speak.

GREENFIELD'S

Criterion Club to Hear
Six-Day War Veteran,
View Original Satire

Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner of
Detroit, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women (left),
and Miss Malka Ben Josef, con-
sul for Israel in New York, ad-
mire the scroll presented to the
council by Hebrew University in
Jerusalem for is work to better
Israeli education. Miss Ben
Josef represented Israel at a
reception to announce NCJW's
new project to establish a
Council Center for Research In
Education for the Disadvantaged
at Hebrew University. Concen-
trating on action-research, the
center will be devoted to develop.
ing new methods to teach disad-
vantaged youth and adults which
may have applications all over
the world. The project is being
undertaken as part of NCJW's
75th anniversary special gifts
campaign to raise $750,000 for
NCJW efforts at home and
abroad.

Mr., Mrs. Shames to Talk
on Experiences in Israel

The Jewish Center Culture Club
will hear Rhoda Zahavie Shames
continue her narration of the Six-
Day War story, "Blood for the
Spirit," 1 p.m. Dec. 19 at the Cen-
ter.
On Dec. 21, they will listen to
"My Impression of Israel" by Jos-
hua Shames.

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