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March 22, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-22

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Friday, Mora 22, 1968-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Newmail-Behrmann
Rites Set for Autumn

omen's au&

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women will
welcome back its members who
were on the Bet Nehama Tour
in Israel, at its special child res-
cue luncheon meeting noon Tues.
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Participants in the "travelogue"
are Hannah Goldberg, Bessie Good-
man, Rebecca Lerner, Ida Katz
and Sara DeRoven, headed by
Adele Mondry and Chana Michlin.
Guests are invited. Hostesses will
be Hannah Jacobs, Fanny Born-
stein and Mary Garnick.
*
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hear Joe Lipsett,
City of Hope's national director of
community relations, at Bnai David i
Synagogue. William Poppas, pian-
MISS JOAN NEWMAN
will furnish musical entertain-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Newman ment. The organization will hold
Jr. of Marlowe Ave. announce the a rummage sale 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
engagement of their daughter Joan
Beth to William Val Behrmann, March 29 at the Canadian Legion
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behr- Hall.
*
mann of Harding Ave., Oak Park.
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S
Miss Newman is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne ORGANIZATION will meet noon
State University. Her fiance re- Tuesday at Howard Johnson's
ceived his bachelors degree in Restaurant, W. Eight Mile and
advertising at Michigan State Uni- Coolidge, Oak Park. Hostesses
versity, where he was affiliated will be Mrs. Morris Gottlieb and
with Phi Sigma Delta and Alpha Mrs. Harry Sachs.
* * *
Delta Sigma fraternities. He holds
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
a master of science degree in
marketing from the University of American Legion, will hold a spe-
cial meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Illinois.
A September wedding is planned. Cong. Beth Yehuda.
* * *

ORT Day Will Come in Style



Noted Comedienne Joan Rivers to Be
Guest Entertainer at Brandeis Vicennia l Ball

Joan Rivers, who became a • Eugene Sims and Mrs. Oscar Ze-
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
a result of mon, advisers.
will hold its annual Mo'os Hitim comedy sensation as
appearance
Miss Rivers, a native of Brook-
her
first
"Tonight"
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
lyn, is married to producer Edgar
social hall. A hot lunch will be with Johnny Car-
Rosenberg. She was graduated
served. Games will follow. For res- son Feb. 17, 1965,
from Barnard College, where dra-
ervations call Mrs. Isaac Tennen- will be star en-
matics was merely a sideline
house, LI 6-8870; Mrs. Sarah Last, tertainer of the
activity, and went into fashion co-
UN 1-5488; or the synagogue of- Vicennial B all
ordination. Later, she turned to
sponsored by the
fice, UN 1-6696.
comedy acts in small clubs. It
,: Brandeis Univer-
was her appearance on "Tonight,"
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD sity National
however, that catapulted her to
will hold its annual Tora fund Women's C o m-
stardom.
luncheon noon Tuesday in the mittee, Grea t e r
Proceeds from the ball will go
synagogue social hall. Chairman is Detroit Chapter,:::
Mrs. Morris Ginsberg; co-chair- 7 p.m. April 7, Miss Rivers
toward augmenting the reference
man is Mrs. Sam Finkelstein. A at Raleigh House. George Primo's collections in the Brandeis Univer -
muscial program arranged by orchestra will provide the dance I sity libraries.
Mrs. Bernard Gaspas, program music.
vice president, will follow. Marcy
Mrs. Jay Allen, vice-president of
Rose will present a medley of Yid- projects, announces the black-tie
dish, classical and broadway show event will begin with cocktails at
tunes. She will be accompanied by 7 and dinner at 8:30. All contri-
Grant Wolach at the piano. Mrs. butors of $100 or more to this
Joe Medwed, sisterhood president, project are invited. Mrs. Wilfred
invites guests. Ad is by B. Doner is co-chairman, and Mrs.
pledge to the Tora fund.

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DIAMONDS

* * *

*„,

YOUNG WOMEN'S B I C U R
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at the home ° T
of Mrs. Sam Moscow, 19939 Le-
sure. Plans for the annual donor
event May 14 will be discussed.
* * *
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio- *
neer Women, will hold its spring
luncheon noon Tuesday at the La- *
bor Zionist Institute. There will
be games and prizes. Proceeds *
will go to the Israel Emergency
Fund. The public is invited.

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NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a
meeting and charity luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
« * *
NORTH WOODWARD BRANCH,
Jewish Women European Welfare
Organization, will hold a luncheon
and games party noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. President
Mrs. Morris Haut announces that
the proceeds of the luncheon will
go toward financing a clinic room
at Kfar Habad, Israel. Luncheon
chairman is Freda Hoff, and ticket
chairman Rose Zuckerman.
*
NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Jacob Hoberman, 17377 Indiana.
Rabbi Hoberman will speak, ac-
cording to Mrs. Tzippora Baker,
chairman.
* * *
PRIMOSE BENEVOLENT CLUB
will hold a membership drive
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Hillel. Friends are
invited. Dessert luncheon will be
served.
* * *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday
at the synagogue. Mrs. Gilbert
Miller, treasurer, will report on the
Michigan Region President Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel (seated) joins
recent Purim party. Rabbi Shai-
Mrs. Ben Brant (center left), vice president of membership, and Mrs.
all Zachariash will discuss kashrut
Milton Superstine, expansion chairman, at an advance showing of
for the Passover. Hostess will be
fashions to be presented at the Women's American ORT celebration
Mrs. Sam Solomon, in honor of
noon Thursday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Model is Mrs. Stanley Caplan.
her first grandchild.
* * *
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
On Thursday when ORT Day is stine; membership co-chairman,
observed across the nation, a Mesdames Louis Berry, Robert will hold a Passover seminar 8
celebration will be held at noon in Kahn, Ira Rodman and Joseph p.m. Wednesday in the social
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The party Kerzman; and Mesdames Max hall of the synagogue. Recipes will
will begin with petite lunch, fol- Beal, Stanley Millman, Robert be exchanged, and there will be a
lowed by a faShion show, "High- Weinstock, Eugene Levine, Shel- cooking demonstration. Guests are
don Gilbert, Nathan S c h 1 a f e r, invited.
lights of Spring, 1968."
S
*
Mrs. Ben Brant, region vice Joseph Kerzman, Louis Gottlieb,
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
president of membership and chair- Louis Hamburger, Emil Waldbott,
man of the day, announces a spe- Robert Siegel and Herbert Cohen. will meet noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A, shower
cial prize will be awarded to a
Hostesses are Mesdames Reuben
Jerome Rosman, Neil Rosen- for the millionaires' party will be
guest, and favors will be given to Axelrod,
thal, Gail Smith, Jerome Keywell, arranged. Rose Yendick is party
all.
Frederick Keywell, Martin Fried, Sam
Andrew Spiro, Sidney Gersh, chairwoman. President Margaret
Mrs. William Wetsman, former Sugarman,
Graham Landau, Martin Zeldes, Leon
region president, back from a Paul, Hy Gordon, Norman Gallant, Her- Lom will discuss current events.
Oppenheim, Herbert Samovitz, Brunch will be served.
visit to overseas ORT schools, bert
* *
Robert Shawn, Robert Wallach, Nathan
will report on the findings of the Weingarden and Harold Dean,
SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
mission of which she was a
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist
member.
Parents Without Partners House. Detroit Edison will present
New members who join on ORT
Day are paid in full until July to Give Champagne Party "Fashion in Fabrics" and discuss
Parents Without Partners will the care of new miracle fabrics.
1969. Any member who enrolls five
new members automatically earns hold a champagne party, with
About 60 per cent of all pre-
mixers and dancing, 9 p.m. Satur-
r honor roll.
school
age children suffer from
day
at
the
home
of
Phil
Fabian,
supply
the
Tal Gordon will
24640 Sussex, Oak Park. For in- malnutrition. UNICEF assists nu-
'•isting Mrs. Brant are expan- formation, call Henrietta Lewis, trition programs in Asia, Africa,
Latin America and the Middle East.
shairman, Mrs. Milton Super- social chairman, LI 6-0903.

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