Friday, March 8, 1968-23
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
THE DETROIT WOMEN of AL-
PHA OMEGA DENTAL FRATER-
NITY will hold a board meeting
noon Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Weber, 25'710 Salem, Hunt-
ington Woods. Hostesses and bak-
ers for the afternoon include Mes-
dames Carl Carron, Louis Peven,
Joseph Dobrusin, Israel Saginaw,
Phillip Sherman, Martin Selik,
Franklin Solway, Gerald Laker,
Charles Goodman and Stuart Per-
nick. At this final board meeting
of the season, attention will be
directed to annual reports by all
committee chairmen. Ways and
means chairman Mrs. Milton Jacobs
will announce final plans for "A 0
International," the donor luncheon
to be held April 24 at the new
Raleigh House. For tickets, call
Mrs. Edwin Schneider, 353-6525.
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Southfield Hadassa h Readies 'Ca ba ret'
Mrs. Sheldon Plotnik, cabaret
Southfield Group of Hadassah's
friends are being invited to "Come chairman, advises that the evening
BNAI M O S H E SISTERHOOD
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD to the Cabaret" 7 p.m. Wednesday will begin with a cocktail hour,
followed by a sit-down dinner and
will hold a general meeting 12:15 will hold an open meeting 12:30 at Raleigh House.
p.m. Monday at the synagogue. p.m. Monday, in the synagogue
The "Cabaret" will number games casino with many prizes,
Mrs. Arthur Boschan, chairman of social hall. Mrs. Isadore Goren among its guests Rep. and Mrs. including a diamond ring, a com-
the day, announces the program, will discuss "Fact, Fancy and Folk- Albert Kramer, and Southfield plete set of pots and pans, table
"Panel of Americans," will feature lore." She is a former school Council President and Mrs. Nor- model transistor radio and numer-
ous gift certificates.
representatives of f o u r minority teacher, and the study of Jewish man Feder,
groups. A representative of the De- history, folklore and literature has
For reservations call Mrs. Jack
troit Urban League will moderate. become her hobby. Assisting Mrs.
Dessert luncheon will be served.
Goren will be Shelly Sher and
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Ralph Goren of the Adas Shalom
Mrs. Morris Adler will introduce
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE United Synagogue Youth Group former Miss America Bess Myer-
WOMEN will hold its annual kick- who will sing folk songs and dra- son, well-known television person-
Leave Everything to Us
off luncheon noon Thursday at matize an excerpt from "The ality, in a talk on "Woman's Place
the Metropolitan Federal Savings Dybbuk" by S. Anski. The national in a Changing World" sponsored
Building 14 Mile Rd. and South- anthems will be led by Mrs. Mor- by the Farmington Soroptimist
field. Allen Gelfond of the Jewish ris Botwin accompanied by Mrs. Club 11 a.m March 21 at North-
Center will speak on the progress George Bassin. The invocation will land Theater.
of the center project for retarded be presented by Mrs. Abe Cherrin.
teens, young adults and adults.
and Mrs. T eonard Cahan will read
IT TAKES A GENI...US
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the dvar Tora. Guests are invited.
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SISTERHOOD will have a games
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
night and Purim party 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the synagogue. There will be Women, will hold a luncheon noon
at the home of Mrs. Da-
prizes and refreshments. Guests
are invited. Plans will be an- vid Faigenbaum, 20237 Beechaven,
Movsas Goldoftas, He-
nounced for the theater party to
be held 7:30 p.m. April 28 at North- brew instructor at the Midrasha
land Theater when the showing will College of Jewish Studies and
WTN and HAROLD LANDIS
be Tommy Steele in "Half a Six- Hillel Day School, will speak on
pence." For information, call Mrs. "Purim in Our Day." Friends are
George Bass, president, 357-0'781,
or Mrs. Fred Sweet, ways and Faigenbaum, 353.6866.
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means chairman, 356-5528.
OAK PARK NSHEI HABAD
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB- p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
BATH LEAGUE will sponsor a Harry Tennenbaum, 24650 Park-
Purim luncheon noon Tuesday at lawn. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
15180 W. 8 MILE RD. MAI MO..L.10
WY N-HA ROLD CATERING
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah Syna- Joel Sperka.
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gogue. Guest speaker will be Rab-
bi Solomon P. Wohlgelernter. A
NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
musical program is planned. Mrs. STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
Leo Laufer is program chairman, p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
and the social committee is headed Leib Bakst, 17303 Indiana. Speaker
by Mrs. Walter Epstein. Guests will be Rabbi Bakst.
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BUSINESS AND PROFES-
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTERHOOD SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah, will
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in the hold a Purim party 2 p.m. Sunday
synagogue social hall. The feature at Hadassah House. Eileen Berris
of the evening will be "Wigs-n- will review "A Night of Watch-
You." The slate for the coming ing" by Eliott Arnold. Refresh-
year will be presented. Refresh. ments will be served.
ments will be served. Guests in-
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EVERGREEN CHAPTER, Had-'
NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP- assah will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday
TER, CABIN, will sponsor a Per- at Hadassah House. The chapter
sian Market 1 p.m. Wednesday at will enact a Purim play. A wig
the Oak Park Community Center show will be featured. Friends are
to benefit the Children's Asthma invited.
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Research Institute and Hospital.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
Shirley Raf is in charge of the
games party. For information, call will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday in
Mrs. Raf, LI 2-1579 or 545.3242. the social hall. Guest speaker will
be Mrs. Ada Kendall, school com-
Tickets will be sold at the door.
munity agent with the Detroit Pub-
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CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, will lic Schools, whose topic will be
celebrate its Purim festival noon "The Youth in Volunteer Service
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist in the Inner City." Mrs. Kendall
Institute. Guest entertainers will be has worked closely during the past
Sam Hochman and Sonia Labludov- year with the Michigan State Tem-
ple Youth Mitzva Corps in the in-
ner-city schools. Dessert luncheon
precede the program. Guests
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Monday are welcome.
for a pre-Millionaire Party Purim
reg. $89 to $150
ZEDAKAH CLUB will sponsor a
luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Swartz, 19661 Rensellor, Purim party noon Thursday at
Livonia. Mrs. Philip Field, presi- Wayne County General Hospital.
Fantastic SALE of luxurious Falls! All human
dent. asks members to bring stamp Luncheon will be served. Gifts and
entertainment are planned.
hair. Group includes some Europe imports.
books or gifts.
I SA LE 0
Ruth Schwartz, N.S.I.D.
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Artificial Fruits and
"I had no idea a store could
be so interesting" is the
comment we hear doily at
COLONY ACCENTS. It's
nOt surprising because there
probably isn't another store
like it. Everything is hand-
picked by Ruth Schwartz.
We will wrap your gift.
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Tues., Wed., Sat. to
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ORT's Spring Memb ership Campaign
to Get Under Way at March 28 Event '
New members and their sponsors
will be guests of Women's Ameri-
can ORT noon March 28, "ORT
Day," at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Following petite lunch, guests
will hear a report by Mrs. William
Wetsman, former president of
Michigan Region, who recently re-
turned from an overseas mission
to study conditions at ORT schools.
There will be a showing of spring
and summer fashions, a prize and
favors. Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel is
president of Michigan Region ORT,
Organization f o r Rehabilitation
ORT Day, celebrated annually,
is the opening day of the women's
spring membership campaign, the
immediate purpose of which is to
increase Women's American ORT's
rolls. However, the ultimate pur-
pose of the campaign is to help the
ORT schools grow even more rapid-
ly and thus be able to enroll thous-
ands more students.
The demand for ORT training
has been growing for more than
a decade, and all indications
show that this demand will con-
tinue to increase even more
rapidly as a result of Israel's
Six-Day War. Although enroll-
ment has grown from 25,000 to
50,000 students, there are still
not half enough places for all
those who apply.
Mrs. Ben Brant, vice president
of membership in Michigan, said
that since last June over 300 new
members have joined Michigan Re-
gion and four new chapters have
been formed. Mrs. Milton Super-
stine is chairman of expansion.
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