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December 08, 1967 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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PRE - BALL BRAINSTORM: Last-minute preparations are dis-
cussed by the Angel Ball committee members. Mrs. Marvin
Frenkel, over-all chairman, and Mrs. Avery Gordon, decorations
chairman, have the floor.

DECORATIONS
COMMITTEE

The National Council
of Jewish Women, De-
troit Section, had a ball
for Angels only. They
came dressed in their
glamorous best, their
dashing escorts in tow,
to the new Raleigh
House on Thanksgiving
Eve. It was a festive eve-
ning to say thanks for all
the contributions the an-
gels had given to Coun-

cil's many-faceted pro-
grams of service.

DECORATIONS CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Avrey Gordon

GAILY-WRAPPED SURPRISES: Mystery boutique chairmen
Mrs. Ralph Schiller Jr. and Mrs. Leo Stern are joined by their
husbands before the mystery boutique, at which surprise gifts,
from kitchen utensils to furs, were sold.

ANGEL BALL
BOARD

DECORATIONS COMMITTEE

Mrs. Reuben Isaacs
Mrs. Charles Jacobson
Mrs. Jack Keyn
Mrs. Alan Kahn
Mrs. Martin Mayer
Mrs. Robert Moretsky
Mrs. Richard Prentis
Mrs. Franklin Siden
Mrs. Maurice Smargon

MYSTERY
BOUTIQUE

MYSTERY BOUTIQUE CHAIRMEN
Mrs. Ralph Schiller, Jr.
Mrs. Leo Stern

MYSTERY BOUTIQUE COMMITTEE
Mrs. M. Morton Barak
Mrs. Arthur Eckhous
Mrs. Arnold Feuerman
Mrs. Irving Franklin
Mrs. Ivan Jacobson
Mrs. Graham Landau
Mrs. Fred Lax
Mrs. Fred Nederlander
Mrs. Jack Perlmutter
Mrs. Melvin Rosenhaus
Mrs. Joseph Rich
Mrs. Harry Solomon
Mrs. Irving Steinberg
Mrs. Maurice Tatelman
Mrs. Theodore Wins
Mrs. Ben Weintraub

LUCK OF THE DRAW: Guests
anxiously await the naming of
the couple who has won a trip
to Mexico. Mrs. Irving Pasman
and Mrs. Marvin Frenkel reach
into the fishbowl.

EXCITEMENT KEEPS THE BALL ROLLING

6very

body Loves

Our Detroit Section President

Services in Detroit . . .

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• The Orchards.
Residential treatment home for disturbed chil-
dren.
• Operation Friendship:
Recreational lounge program for convalescing
mental patients. Services to older Americans.
• Tutorial and enrichment service at Custer Ele-
mentary School.
• WICS—(Women in Community Service)
Cooperating in Government program to recruit
and screen young women for Job Corps Train-
ing.
• Service to Foreign Born:
English classes, assistance with citizenship, plus
help in locating relatives and friends.
• Scholarship:
Grants or loans for qualified undergraduate and
graduate students.
• Receiving Hospital:
Assistance in lounge in men's psychiatric ward
and aiding Service League.
• U.S.O.:
Hostesses and supervisors to serve military per-
sonnel stationed in Detroit area.

Mrs. Victor (Freddy) Shiffman
• Senior Citizens:
Volunteer service at Jewish Community Center.
• Member Education:
Study groups on public affairs.

Activities in Civic Life . . .

• Accredited observers sent to United Nations.
• Social action programs stimulated through Na-
tional Council's 250 Sections.
• Washington Office.
• Grants to National Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture for studies pertaining to American Jewish
culture.

Furniture

Antiques

Near Antiques

Bric A Brat

•,

Services Around The World . . .

• Materials collected and sent to nursery schools
in Africa, France, and Israel via "Ship-a-Box".
• Educational Research Program at John Dewey
School of Education and Hebrew University
High School—two institutions National Council
of Jewish Women helped to build.
• Council Center for Research and Education —
teaching the disadvantaged.
• Scholarships granted to graduate students and
volunteer leaders from 18 countries.
• Membership in International Council of Jewish
Women with affiliates in 19 countries.

WANTED ANGELS - OF 1968:
WE
NOW
NEED

Clothing

71

CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Marvin Frenkel
VICE CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Ronald Greenberg
ANGEL BALL ADVISORY BOARD
Mrs. Daniel Krouse
Mrs. Richard Prentis
EXEC. VICE PRESIDENT
Mrs. Frederick Shevin
RECORDING SECRETARY
Mrs. Joseph Falk
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY
Mrs. Morton Snyder
ARRANGEMENTS
Mrs. Ronald Greenberg
Mrs. Leo Stern
HOSTESSES
Mrs. Norman Robbins
SPONSORS
Mrs. Oscar Silverman
ENTERTAINMENT
Mrs. Ben Weintraub
MEXICAN TRIP
Mrs. Irving Pasman
DESIGN AND ART WORK
Mrs. David S. Snyder
RESERVATIONS CHAIRMAN
Mrs. Peter Rubin
RESERVATIONS COMMITTEE
Mrs. Theodore Wins
Mrs. Frank Winton
Mrs. Joseph Klein
Mrs. Ben Weintraub
PUBLICITY AND PROGRAM
Mrs. Major Siegel

JUST IN TIME: Mrs. Peter

Rubin, Seating Chairman,
welcomes the last guest.

COUNCIL RESALE SHOPS

3403 Puritan — UN 2-9843

16531 Livernois — 863-9346

Treasure Aisle, 16011 Hamilton — 866-7155

8—Friday, December 8, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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