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February 09, 1968 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-09

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Eye 1:•inkli.InCheon-Style Show
Is SOC Hadassah's Coming Event

The seventh annual Eye Bank Luncheon and Fashion Show of
the South Oakland County Chapter of Hadassah is scheduled for
noon Tuesday at the Raleigh House, Southfield. Planning is under
the jurisdiction of (from left) Mesdames William Gross, Henry Obron,
Hy Levine, Edward Blau, Sidney Kalman, Bernard Peden, chapter
eye bank chairman, Charles Snider, chapter president, Saul Schmidt,
William Deutsch, vice president of program, and Seymour Wohlman.



The South Oakland County Chap- I
ter of Hadassah will hold its sev-
enth Eye Bank Luncheon and
Fashion Show noon Tuesday at the
Raleigh House, Southfield.
Mrs, William Deutsch, chapter
vice president of program, an-
nounced that after lunch a fashion
show will he presented.
The highlight of this event will
be the awarding of prizes, includ-
ing a fully-paid round-trip to Is-
rael for 10 days and an original
oil painting by Samuel Kruss. A
special prize is a black diamond
mink custom-made hat.
Mrs. Bernard Pedell is chapter
eye bank chairman, and Mrs. David
Schwartz, chairman of the day.
Group chairmen are Mesdames

1 1 WHY WORRY 1 1

Leave Everything to Us



Edward Blau and Saul Schmidt,
Southfield; Sidney Kalman, Bir-
mingham-Franklin; Henry Obron
and Sol Dresner, Huntington
Woods; and Leo Sklar, Hy Le-
vine and Bernard Rivkin, Oak
Park.
Admission to the affair is one
filled eye bank or $5 plus $2.50 for
the luncheon. Mrs. Charles Snider,
chapter president, announced that
these $5 contributions will be used
by Hadassah to continue the work
of saving the eyesight of those af-
filiated with trachoma in Israel.
Mrs. Sol Kaplan, chapter prize
book chairman, stated that pro-
ceeds from the sale of tickets will
be sent to Israel to further Hadas-
sah's vocational education program.
Assisting in the sale of prize books
are Group Chairmen Mesdames
Arthur Bosehan and Sol Dresner,
Huntington Woods; Donald Simons
and William Bobrin, Southfield;
Ted Wins and Robert Moretsky,
Oak Park; and Erwin Horvith and
A r t h u r Beckwith, Birmingham-
Franklin.
Mrs. Miles Jaffe is in charge
of decorations, and Mrs. Leo Keeps,
chapter publicity chairman. Mrs.
William Gross and Mrs. Seymour
Wohlman are handling all seating
arrangements.

AJ Congress Women to Bid
U.S. Ratify Rights Treaty

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone



EL 6-8411

STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Am-
erican Jewish Congress' national
women's division announced that
the organization will undertake a
nationwide campaign during the
current Human Rights Year to
win U.S. ratification of the anti-
! genocide convention of the United
I Nations and other human rights
treaties.

Liquefied, the powdered milk
supplied by UNICEF would fill the
United Nations Building 27 times.

WYN-HAROLD CATERING

PREMIERE
DANCE
STUDIO

omen's

FRIENDS OF HILLEL DAY
SCHOOL President Mrs. Milton
Weiss announces a luncheon for
members and key women in the
community noon Thursday at the
10 Mile Jewish Center. Mrs, Mor-
ris Brandwine, executive vice pres-
ident will be chairman of the day,
and opening prayer will be given
by Mrs. Max Goldsmith. Sam
Havis, architect for the new build-
ing will explain the plans and illus-
trate with a model of the building.
Mrs. Robert Kasle, assistant head
master will outline the curriculum,
aims and acheivements of the jun-
ior high school classes and will
then offer a look into the class
rooms as the students prepare for
entrance into secular high schools.
Hospitality will be provided by the
committee co-chaired by Mrs.
Nickolas Fenakal and Mrs. Rich-
ard Gunsburg. For information,
call Mrs. Brandwine, LI 7-7609.
• • •
Detroit Women of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity will meet 11:30
a.m. Feb. 20 at the Mauna Loa
restaurant for lunch and a drama-
tization of "The Ages of Women,"
performed by Evelyn Orbach and
Joyce Feurring, announces Presi-
dent Mrs. Jack Freedland. Mrs.
Feurring has per-
formed in local
productions of the
Actors Guild,
Center Theater
and on WWJ-TV.
Married to Al-
b e r t Feurring,
she is the mother
of three chil-
dren. Mrs. Or-
bach, both act-
tress and direc- Mrs. Feurring
tor, is married to Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel. Mother
of four, Mrs. Orbach is program
associate for the Jewish Commun-
ity Council in charge of radio and
television. Chairmen of the day
will be Mesdames Jason Goode
and James Bittker. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Eli Berger, 356-
1931, or Mrs. Jerome Winkler, 353-
4141. Guests are invited.
• • •
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. A Jew-
ish National Fund program, with
a special movie, will be pre-
sented. Sima Leipah and Sarah
Jacobs, JNF chairmen, will give
reports. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are welcome.

Clah

activities

7(lite/b,rum-Gallant
Rites Planned for July

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FROM THE IMPORTER

IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS

15738 LIVERNOIS

DI. 1-5515

the
Coat
for
all
Weather

Really a
rain or shine
Coot pretty
enough for
all weather.
Made in
grey flannel
and
trimmed
with Vynil
White
buttons and
wide belt.

Formerly Jack Barnes

Last Week For
ENROLLMENT
CLASSES

• Ballroom Dances — Pre-Teens — Teens — Adults
• New Modern Fad Classes

STUDIO AVAILABLE FOR
BAR MITZVAH,
SWEET SIXTEEN, ETC.
PARTIES
STUDIO RECORD HOP

Guest $1.00

Sunday, Feb. 11-2- 4 p.m.
Studio Pupils FREE

22111 COOLIDGE HIGHWAY
(South of Nine Mile Road)

Phone LI 7-4470
OAK PARK

I

SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer .
CLUB will hold an Israel emer- Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Tues-
gency fund games night 8 p.m. day at the home of Mrs. Leo Bar-
Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel. Mrs. ris, 15588 Stratford, Southfield.
Joseph Rodman, chairman, will be Rami Amitz-Lev, Israel's emissary
assisted by hostesses Mesdames to the Jewish National Fund, will
Joseph Ainbinder, Norman Golden- be guest speaker.
• *
berg, Meyer Manela, Sam Nadek,
Jack Shapiro, Fanny Stockier,
NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
Jack Weinman and Sam Weinman. STUItY GROUP will meet 2:30
For information call Mrs. Rodman, p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
547-0455."
Marvin Seligson, 18115 Wisconsin.
• • •
Guest speaker will be Shlomo
OAK PARK NS'HEI HABAD Sperka. -
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
(Continued on Page 28)
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Meir Liberson, 13360 Wales, Hunt:- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 9, 1968-21
ington Woods, Guest speaker will
be Rabbi Alex Roberg.

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT

MISS CAROLE TAITELBAUM

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Taitel-
baum of La Garonne Ct.. South-
field, announce the engagement of
their daughter Carole Elaine to
Bruce Alan Gallant. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Gallant of Jeanette
Ave., Southfield.
Mr. Gallant attended Wayne
State University and was affiliat-
ed with Phi Sigma Delta Frater-
nity. He . now attends the Univer-
sity of Detroit school of dentistry
and is affiliated with Alpha
Omega.

A July 11 wedding is planned..
. .
. .
, . .

Our
collection
of spring
roin and
all weather
coots
include
silks,
cottons,
twils, Duck,
in an array
of colors.

Security & Bankord

Fri. and Sat. niter

DAllY111.6-

NINE MILE AT COOLIDGE, OAK' PARK

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