women's Clui• activities
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will meet noon Monday in the soc-
ial hall of the synagogue. Speaker
will be Jay Masserman, senior at
Wayne State University and a
graduate of the Midrasha, College
of Jewish Studies. Masserman is a
youth leader at Adas Shalom Syn-
agogue and a part-time teacher
with the United Hebrew Schools.
He spent his junior year at the
Hebrew University in Israel on a
scholarship. While he was in Is-
rael, the war broke out, and he
subsequently offered his services
as a volunteer. Masserman, who
plans to go into medicine upon
graduation from Wayne, will speak
of his experiences during his 14-
month stay. The prdgram has been
arranged by Mrs. Bernard Gas-
pas, program vice president. Re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited.
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NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP-
TER, CARIH, will hold a Hanuka
party at its next meeting 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Harold Strauss, 14261 W. Lincoln,
Oak Park. There will be games, an
exchange of small gifts and tra-
ditional foods. For information,
call hospitality chairman, Mrs. Al-
bert Dunn. LI 8-7864, or Mrs.
Strauss, LI 6-4926.
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MASADA CHAPTER Pioneer
Women, will give a Hanuka latke
party 7 p.m. Monday at the home
of President Nettie Turner, 26358
Dundee, Huntington Woods, LI 6-
0941. With nominal donations in-
vited, a "linen shower for Israel"
is the objective. Guests will be
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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will celebrate its 18th
(Hai) birthday noon Wednesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. After
a short business meeting, there will
be a program and refreshments.1
Hostesses will be Kate Goldberg
and Sonia Goldberg.
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DAVID - IIORODOKER W 0 M -
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Julius Zemmol. 25430 Karen, Oak
Park. Recently a contribution to
Magen David Adorn, Israel's red
cross, was made in honor of Mrs.
Ralph Remar, named "woman of
the year" by David-Horodoker for
her untiring efforts on behalf of
the service organization.
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women.
will meet noon Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. The recent
donor event will be discussed.
Louis Levine, who has just re-
turned from Israel, will give his
impressions of the country. Petite
luncheon will be served by host-
esses Hannah Jacobs and Ida Ber-
man. Guests are welcome.
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AVODAH, DIMONA, BRAN-
DEIS and HANITA Chapters. Pio-
neer Women, will hold a com-
bined meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
Philip Gentile, active for many
years with the United Nations, will
speak on "You and Your United
Nations." Refreshments will be
served. Friends are welcome.
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and Mrs. Marvin Sheplow. A book
'ills. Rice Again Heads Cmpaig - n
in It omen s Division; Aides Selected
cessful and the division raised
$732,521 from 9,600 contributors.
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich and Mrs .
Henry Wineman are honorary
chairmen of the division.
Mrs. Max Stollman, who served
and more on many. items!
Walking Suits • Cocktail Gowns
Coat & Dress Costumes • Long Gowns
Imported Knit Dresses • Daytime Dresses
Winter Coats • Car Coats
Slacks • Slack Sets
ALL SALES FINAL
Open every nice till 9 till Xmas
in the 1967 campaign as pre-cam-
paign chairman, is women's div-
ision vice-president in charge of
well Jospey, co-chairman, of the
campaign, and Mrs. I. Jerome
Hauser, president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
Mrs. Rice will serve as head of
the division for the third year,
after two successful fund-raising
efforts. In 1966, the division raised
more money than any other wo-
men's division in the country. Last
year her efforts were equally suc-
gall and (Vitae,
' ,011 160PIRN 6$0441
ROBINSON'S LEATHER SHOP
Women, will feature a candle light- 1 f
ing ceremony in celebration of
Hanuka 9 p.m. Dec. 23 at the •
Labor Zionist Institute. There will
be a white elephant sale, for
Mrs. Arthur H. Rice has been
which each member is donating
several surprise gifts. Refresh- renamed chairman of the Women's
of the 1968 Allied Jewish
ments will be served at the party,
to which husbands are invited. Fo - r Campaign — Israel Emergency
information and reservations call Fund.
The announcement of the ap-
Eileen Kertes, 358-3489, or Judy
pointment was made by Alfred
L. Deutsch, chairman, and Max-
For Calorie Counters—
Neufchatel cheese is now avail-
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SOCI
ETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY wil able in thrifty 3-ounce and gener-
8-ounce sizes. It is a soft
hold an open board meeting noon
Monday at the home of Mrs. Morris cheese which looks, tastes and
SAVE1 .7" SAVE!
Starkman, 1260 Stuyvessant, Bir- spreads like ordinary cream
mingham. Four speakers represent- cheese, yet it has 30 per cent less
FROM THE IMPORTER
ing some of the auxiliary's charita- fat than cream cheese. It can be
ble projects, will present short used in practically every recipe
talks. They are Samuel Greenberg, which calls for cream cheese.
Neufchatel thinned with a little
chairman of the committee on Jew-
ish scholarship service of the Jew- skim milk and flavored with onion
ish Welfare Federation; Max Hear- makes a fine dip for Hanukah
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS
shen, regional director of the Amer- company. For a quick, easy, hot
OF FINE DIAMONDS
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni- vegetable for luncheon or din-
versity:. Mrs. Edith Kirk, super- ner, add softened
visor of classes for the blind in cheese to a can of pickled beets
Detroit Public Schools; and Dr. and heat at a low or medium level.
Homer F. Weir, medical superin-
tendent, Plymouth State Home and
Training School. Mrs. Starkman
will be assisted by Mesdames
Arnold Axelrod, Alfred A. Klein,
Post Office Pressure Sander Klein, Louis Leipsitz, Mau-
rice Silverman, Max Steiner, Floyd
The holiday rush is on. The
Tukel. Marvin Weckstein and Is-
Jewish News advises all those
submitting copy to mail early,
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or hand deliver, as the post
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
office is processing a record
will meet noon Wednesday at the
volume of mail. Copy received
Labor Zionist Institute. Louis Le-
after deadline is too late for
vine will discuss his trip to Israel,
according to cultural chairman
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OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER.
Women's American ORT, will meet
BETH IIILLEL SISTERHOOD
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home will meet noon Wednesday at the
of Mrs. Louis Schneider, 10401 temple. A Hanuka luncheon will be
Oneida. Oak Park. A Chinese auc- prepared, followed by an Israel
tion for the benefit of ORT schools film, "Sand Curtain." For infor-
At 10 Mile, Oak Pork
overseas will highlight the meet- mation. call Mrs. Alfred Heil-
OPEN EVENINGS 'TILL 9 P.M.
ing. A petite luncheon will precede bronner, UN 4-2655.
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the meeting. Hostesses are Mrs.
Fred Alpern, Mrs. Allen Charnes.
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD.
Mrs. Morton Jacobs, Mrs. Mark will hold its annual donor luncheon
Seller and Mrs. Henry Segal. noon Jan. 10 in the synagogue
social hall. The program will fea-
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ture the sisterhood choral group in
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, a musical variety show. Co-chair-
Mizrachi Women, will hold a Han- man of the luncheon are Mrs. Bert
uka party 12:30 p.m. Monday at Heller and Mrs. Max Lumelsky.
Cong. Beth Hillel. Proceeds will The program chairman is Mrs. Ben
be sent to Mizrachi Women's pro- Simons. For information and tic-
jects in Israel. A special program kets, call Mrs. Isadore Leeman,
is planned. Hostesses will be Mes- BR 3-6318, or Mrs. Tony Partovich,
dames Nathan Wolok, Leon Wo- LI 6-4452. Mrs. Glazier is president.
lock. Sol Wolack, Raymond Rosen-
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berg, I. M. Becker and Hyman
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
Snyder. Mrs. Harry Portnoy, pres-
ident, together with a committee
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
of three, represented the chapter
at the 42nd national convention home of Mrs. Jerome Weiss, 25686
of Mizrachi Women this week at Grand Concourse, Southfield. Co-
Grossinger's. New York. • hostesses are Mrs. Leo Schoenfeld
DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER. review wit be presented by Mrs .
Ruth Miriam Cassel.
CARIH, will hold its annual paid-
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up membership luncheon 12:15
DETROIT LADIES OF AMER-
Mrs. Seymour Levine, 1287 Char- ICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER. Pion- rington, Birmingham. The program DENVER will hold a Hanuka lun-
eer Women. wil have a Hanuka will feature a speaker from the cheon noon Tuesday at the Jewish
luncheon noon Tuesday at the Detroit Free Press who will dis- Center, Room 374, Friends are in-
home of Vice-President Mrs. Sam cuss and show a movie on "Action vited. Mrs. Paul Shapiro is pres-
Lupovich, 24071 Berkley, Oak Line." For information, call Mrs. ident.
Park. There will be a donor report Alfred Dangovian. 353-8473.
(More Clubs Page 25)
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and social. Guests invited.
DEGA NI A CHAPTER, Pioneer
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, December 15, 1967-19
MRS. ARTHUR H. RICE
The executive officers named to
aid Mrs. Rice consist of Mesdames
Harry E. August, Lewis B. Daniels,
Seymour J. Frank, L Jerome Haus-
er, John C. Hopp, Benjamin Jones,
Harry L. Jones, Sidney J. Karbel
and Philip R. Marcuse,