26—Friday, March 1, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Pioneer Women Aid Bond Drive
(Continued from Page 23)
on aspects of contemporary world
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU - Jewry and on the Jewish graphic Women, will present a Purimspiel
TICAL LADIES AUXILARY will arts. Mrs. Bertha Wember will re- noon Wednesday at the Labor
meet noon March 13 at the home o f view the book "Michel, Michel" by Zionist Institute. Frances Shayne,
Mrs. Morris Averbusch, 17304 Robert Lewis
Tuesday in cultural chairman, and her com-
Jeanette, Southfield. A d e s s e r
the temple. Lunch will be served mittee invite friends. Participants
luncheon will be served. The pres after the program. There is no in the program will include Belle
ident, Mrs. Meyer Goldstein, will charge. Mrs. Wember is a librar- Halperin, Sarah Kanter and Rebec-
discuss a pharmacy project for ian at Temple Israel. She serves ca Warren. Members are asked to
the need y. Mrs. Hy Margolis, as book selection chairman of the bring a stamp book or other gift
chairman, will present nominees Jewish Center's Book Fair, and for the forthcoming Millionaires
At the annual Detroit Pioneer Women's Israel Bond luncheon,
for the Mildred Simon Rosenberg as broadcasting Committee mem- Party sponsored by the Pioneer
which resulted in nearly $100,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions are
memorial youth award.
ber of the Jewish Community Women's Council. A dessert lunch-
(from left) Mesdames Norman Leemon, Milton Weiss and Morris L.
• • •
eon and Purim refreshments will
Schaver; Yosef Almogi, former Israel cabinet minister and member of
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO
be served by hostesses Tania Ber-
the Kness, who was the guest speaker; Mesdames Sam Fishman and
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
man, Faye Mandell and Mae Sklar.
Norman Kanter; in rear, Mrs. Alex Schreier and Mrs. Jack Gosman.
TION will meet noon Monday at
Over 300 women attended the affair at Bnai David. Most Freeman
Cong. Ezras Achim. Mrs, Minnie
was the guest artist. Mrs. Irwin Berman won the Israel Bond con-
Miller, president, announces that a
tributed as a prize by Mrs. Schaver. Mrs. Aaron Katzman led in
report of the recent luncheon will
a toast to the Belt Nehama children's center in Rishon LeZion, be given. Canisters will be handed
Israel, and to the Detroit delegation which will attend the dedication
Orchestra and Entertainment
out for the annual solicitation
on March 12. The center bears the Hebrew name of Mrs. Schaver. which begins March 19.
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold a busi-
ness meeting 7:45 p.m. Monday at
Eureka Temple. Refreshments will
BRIDES — BAR MITZVAS
MASSADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Forty-two members of Detroit of Harry 'and Ida Goodman; Israel Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
a i l lril4
Council . Pioneer Women, accom- ; Chapter, first foyer in memory of day at the home of president Net-
panied by their husbands and other ; Lillian Levin; Ralph Levin and tie Turner, 26358 Dundee, Hunt-
Pioneer Women from the New daughters, furnishings for the ington Woods. Luncheon will be
York area, will fly en masse to clinic, also in memory of Lillian served. For reservations, call Mrs. planned by Southfield Group,
For the HY Spot
South Oakland County Hadassab,
Israel Monday to attend the dedi- Levin; Sarah Olga Frankl-Lyons,
Turner, LI 6-0941.
for 7 p.m. March 13 at the Raleigh
Of Your Affair
cation of the Detroit project Beit second floor foyer; and the nieces
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House, will be dressed up with
Nehama Children's Home and I and nephews of Riva Velinsky
I Villard, in her honor.
men's American ORT, will hold a here by (from left) Mesdames
Named for Detroiter Emma ; Next step for the Pioneer Wo- membership luncheon noon March Sheldon Plotnick, chairman; E.
Schaver, the $100,000 center at men's Council will be a summer
And His Orchestra
13 at the Metropolitan Federal Newton Rottenberg, president, and
Kiryat Eliyahu, near Rishon le- project, a "spiritual adoption
Savings Bank, Southfield Rd. and Jack Mayer, co-chairman. Theme
• Distinctive Ceremonies
Zion, has accommodations for 100 plan," whereby members will help 14 Mile Rd., Birmingham. An ORT
children from culturally deprived "adopt" children who are at the
movie will be shown. For infor- ret," and there will be a cock-
families. A virtual "Head Start Beit Nehama Home. They will
program." the day care center share the costs of care with Moet- mation, call Mrs. Donald Redisch, tail hour, dinner, games and prizes.
provides for the needs of children zet Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's 357-0258.
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age 11/2 to 6, from meals and sister organization in Israel, and
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
health care to classes and cultural the government of Israel.
AL CHAPTER has elected the
The project began as a dream
Lee Diamond; vice-presidents, Rose
In 1965. With the hard work of SWil
Altman, Mollie Foster and Mae
Pioneer Women's chapter in De
Berman; financial secretary, Mrs.
troit, with contributions from gen-
Augusta Weinberg; treasurer, Mrs.
erous donors. from relatives and
Goldie Ely; recording secretary,
friends of Mrs. Schaver, the cen-
Big Sound Recording Artists
Mrs. Betty Weinstein; correspond-
ter has become a reality. Its
secretary, Selma Berman; mail-
guiding spirit Mrs. Norman Lee-
ing secretary, Mrs. Sylvia Helfer;
mon, building chairman, will lead
junior past president, Molly Moss;
the dedication tour, along with
and board members, Mrs. Morton
Mrs. Michael Michlin. Co-chairman
Cohen, Mrs. Norma Hudosh, Mild-
Mrs. Milton Weiss will not be going
Lepler, Nell Maltz, Mrs. Shirley
to Israel until next summer.
Seel and Belle Stone. They will be
Among those who will be
at the King's Arms March
honoring Mrs. Schaver at the
17. Mrs. Myna D. Moss and Rose
dedication will be Golda Meir
Altman are chairman and co-chair-
and Rachel Ben-Zvi. Members
man of the affair.
of her family also will be pres-
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NEGBAH CHAPTER Pioneer
In adition to the facilities for
Women, will hold a Purim Lunch-
children, all of whom are from
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
South American and Oriental
of Rosh Kleinbard, 19330
families, there are classrooms for
Kentucky. Proceeds will go for a
older children who need special,
in Israel. Friends are in-
tutorial assistance, classes for
vited to the Purim program and
MRS. SHERWOOD SWARTZ
mothers in home economics, He-
luncheon given by hostesses Mrs.
brew, hygiene and vocational serv-
Lynne Raye Cohn and Sherwood Kleinbard and Ida Stone.
ices. The center includes a clinic,
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Saul Swartz were married re-
auditorium and two kitchens.
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
Donors of special facilities have cently at the Sheraton-Cadillac
GROUP will meet
included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Geselis, a clinic in memory of Morton J. Cohn of San Diego 3 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Aaron Geselis; Charles Grosberg
The couple's parents are Mr. bell. Speaker will be Rev. Bresler.
whose "Charles Grosberg Square"
is where the dedication is to take and Mrs. Sidney L. Cohn of Olde
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
place; Mrs. Schaver, a children's Franklin Dr., Farmington, and
playground in memory of Adele Mr. and Mrs. Bert Swartz of Mid- FIGHTERS will bold an executive
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at
Brown; Dr. and Mrs, Ray Stoller, way Rd., Southfield.
The bride wore a silk Ottoman the home of Mrs. Maury Gordon,
a classroom in memory of Ethel
Philips and Rose Stoller; Bessie gown with a mandarin neckline, 23520 Kenosha, Oak Park.
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Goodman, a classroom in memory bell sleeves of bracelet-length, and
BETH EL SISTERHOOD will
A line skirt. She carried orchids
on her confirmation Bible. Her present Rabbi William A. Rosen-
Rabbi Kapustin to Talk headpiece was a pillbox covered thal, executive director of the
• Allstate Insurance
in the same material as the gown, World Union for Progressive
• Kreger Sapermarket
• Richard's for two
to Orthodox Women
• Barten's Chocolates, Gifts • Lincoln Barber Shop
with a floor-length veil hemmed Judaism, at its monthly meeting
The last of this year's town hall with Ottoman.
• Baskin Robbins Ice Cream • Lincoln Office Center
12:30 p.m. March 11 at the temple.
• Ross tank Slaps
• Big Boy Restaeraot
lecture series of the women's
• Magic Teach Beauty Salsa
Wendy Sue Cohn, sister of the A petite luncheon will be served.
branch of Union of Orthodox Con- bride, was maid of honor. Brides- Rabbi Rosenthal, a native of Ken-
• Metropolitan Optical
• Checker BARB-0 Suburban • Mister Marvin Boehm
gregations, Great Lakes Chapter, maids were Margo Spilkin, Susan ton, 0., served in the U.S. Army
• Standard Wall
• City Nation: Bank
• Masker's Restaerant
will take place 12:30 p.m. Monday Weiss, Barbara Weisman of Bel and graduated from Syracuse Uni-
• Colony Accents
• Ortho Bedding
at Cong. Young Israel of Green- Aire, Calif., and Cathy Silverberg versity. He was ordained in 1956
• Cunningham's Dregs
• Tarot gleatre
• Peerless Cleaners
• Driver Limn Bureau
at the Hebrew Union College in
• Radii Shack
Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of
Donald Rochlen served as best Cincinnati after which he became
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation, will man. Ushers were Douglas Har- assistant rabbi of the Washington
be guest speaker. The topic will be vey Swartz, brother of the bride- Hebrew Congregation in the
N. • se
"The Religious Factions in Israel." groom, John Myron Cohn, brother nation's capital. Later he pursued
A dessert luncheon precedes the of the bride, Paul Gale and Mark studies in Israel and Europe. As
lecture. The public is invited at a Jay Davidson of Cleveland. Michael director of the World Union, the
nominal admission charge. Mes- Palmer was ring bearer.
International organ of Liberal and
dames David J. Cohen and. Joel
The couple is on a New Orleans It eform Jewry, Rabbi Rosenthal
ON GREENFIELD AT LINCOLN (10% M LE)
Litte are co-chairmen.
.... . .
re sides in New York. .11e, lectures
Ready for 'Cabaret
Detroit Council Pioneer Women
Attend Beit Nehama Dedication
in Israel During Coming Week
offers all three.