THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
omen's (Pitt/b activities
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at the home of
Mrs. Doris Burton, 26912 York,
Huntington Woods. Prospective
members are invited. Games will
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Election of officers will be
held. Friends are invited.
American Legion, will hold a spe-
cial meeting and social with the
post 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center.
DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon noon
Tuesday at the home of President
Mrs. David Shuster, 22121 Keno-
sha, Oak Park. Mrs. Norman Lee-
mon will speak on her visit to
Israel for the dedication of Beit
Nehama. Friends are invited.
BETH S,HALOM SISTERHOOD
will sponors a rummage sale at
the Ferndale Women's Club 6-9
p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday. The best seller, "The
Manor" by Isaac Bashevis Singer,
will be reviewed by Mrs. Frank
Nelson in the social hall Wednes-
day 12:30 p.m. at the Tora Fund
Luncheon. Proceeds will be used to
support Jewish Theological Semi-
nary projects. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door, or by calling
Mrs. Paul Zusman, 398-3189. The
public is invited.
the election of officers, followed by
a program. Mrs. Julian Stern, pro-
gram chairman, will present Jason
Tickton, Wayne State University
musicologist, speaking on the corn-
ing opera seas on. Guests are
invited. For reservations, contact
Mrs. Norman Moss, 356-7867.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YENUDAH AND WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a lun-
cheon meeting noon Wednesday at
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah Syn-
agogue. Guest speaker will be Rab-
bi Leizer Levin. Mrs. Leo Laufer is
program chairman. The social
committee is headed by Mrs. Wal-
ter Epstein. Mrs. Milton Winston,
president invites guests.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL GROUP, Hadassah, will hold
its installation and musical tea 2
p.m. May 5 at Hadassah House.
The musical program will be by
Lisa Carol Morrison, folk guitarist,
who will sing English and Hebrew
Songs. Program chairman is Mrs.
Elaine Eichel, and the installa-
tion chairman Mrs. Max Frank.
Friends are welcome.
*• * *
GROUP, Hadassah, will hold a
hayride and square dance begin-
ning 8 p.m. April 27 at Upland
Hills. Refrehments and prizes
will be offered. Buses leave
Lincoln Center at 8 p.m.
* 3 *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. Reservations
for the donor luncheon to be held
noon, May 8 at Cong. Beth
Abraham will be taken. A f i n a 1
report on the canister solicitation
will be given.
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
C I E T Y WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will hold a victory luncheon, cele-
brating the success of the organiza-
tion's 22nd annual donor luncheon,
* * *
noon Tuesday at the Town and
Country Club. The invocation will
CLUB will have a social meeting
be given by Mrs. Alex Friedlaen-
12:30 p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth
der, past president. Scheduled is
Hillel. Plans are being formulated
for a Mother's Day Program.
and FLEA MARKET
Community Arts Bldg.
Sat., Apr. 27-10-a.m.-10 p.m.
Sun., Apr. 28-11 a.m.-9 p.m.
ENTRANCE & PARKING ON
STATE FAIR ST. GATE 2
Friday, April 19, 1968-19
Beth Abraham Sisterhood Donor Event Set
for Wednesday; Fashion Show Is Included
Prizes will be awarded, includ-
Beth Abraham Sisterhood will
hold its 14th annual donor luncheon ing a complete weekend for two
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the syna- at the Port Huron Motor Inn.
For reservations, call Mrs. Isaac
gogue. Arrangements have been
Tennenhouse, LI 6-8870, or Mrs.
made by Mrs. Henry Thumin,
Louis Last UN 1-5488.
chairman, and her committee for a
catered lunch including "weight
"See the New Trends" is the
theme for the afternoon, which con-
sists of a fashion show and hair
The 27th annual program plan- styles.
ning Institute, for men and women
who wish to sharpen skills as offi-
cers and learn secrets of club suc-
cess will be held 9 a.m. to 2:45
p.m. May 1 at the Rackham Me-
FROM THE IMPORTER
Successful leaders in volunteer
and professional jobs in public
relations, adult education, fund
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
raising and programing will par-
Sponsored by 50 educational,
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS
civic associations, church groups
HARVARD ROW MALL
and social agencies, the institute is
11 MILE & LASHER
an adult education service designed
to help officers and committee
Advance registrations, with
luncheon reservations, are due
by Wednesday to Mrs. John Ken-
dall, 3701 Berkshire. Registra-
tion includes the new 1968
manual "Time for Leadership."
is Mrs. George
M. Rubin of the
Assoc iation of
be answered in
13 concurrent dis-
from 10:30 to
11:45 a.m. and
Mrs. Rubin repeated f r o m
1:30 to 2:45 p.m. concentrating on
various phases of programing,
silk in this
helps for new officers, public
speaking, ways and means and
General chairman for the event
in many shades
is Mrs. Leslie W. Seppala, of
for spring or
American Association of University
assah, will host a hat show at
Hadassah Houns 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Coffee and cake will
be served. Prizes will be given.
Guests are welcome.
Mrs. George Rubin
Vice Chairman of
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD will
hold its annual Tora luncheon 12:25
p.m. May 1 at the synagogue. Mrs.
Leon Sears, chairman of the day,
announces that contributors to the
combined Tora campaign will be
honored. Cantor Louis Klein and
The Muskegon Chapter of Hadas-
the Sisterhood Choral Group will
present a ,musical program. For sah will commemorate the 20th
reservations, call Mrs. Sears, LI Anniversary of Israel's Indepen-
dence May 3 and 4.
* * *
Hadassah women will conduct
EVERGREEN CHAPTER, Had- the Sabbath service at Temple
Bnai Israel 8:30 p.m. May 3, when
a musical tribute to Israel will be
presented. Eileen G u d e l s k y,
soloist of the Bnai Israel Choir,
will sing "Jerusalem of Gold,"
sung for the first time in Muske-
gon. A special oneg Shabat will
follow the service. The Israel film,
"In Search of a City—Jerusalem,"
will be shown immediately after-
• • lb Mbar
The following Saturday eve-
ning, an educational Israel Ex-
hibit, "The Growth and Progress
of Israel," will be on display
from '7 p.m. in the library of
Bnai Israel. This evening's cele-
bration is open to the public;
proceeds will further the Youth
Aliya project. The exhibit will
cover the period from the early
Zionists to the present day:
At 8:15 p.m., the youth of the
community will present "The Olive
Branch and the Menora" in the
Hadassah women will serve re-
freshments in the social hall fol-
lowing the program.
IT'S DELIGHTFULLY COOL IN OUR
FUR-CONDITIONED SUMMER RESORT
Heat dries out the natural
oils of furs. Can dull down
that luster you prize so
highly. Any fur can lose
its looks in sticky, humid
weather. So, send yours
off to us for a chilly, de-
lightful summer. We can
even give them a spruce-
up beauty treatment —
before sending them hap-
pily home in the fall.
Designers of Fine Furs
HARVARD ROW MALL
11 Mile - Lahser
The STERN - ISTOMIN - ROSE
TRIO coming to the Masonic
Auditorium, 8:30 p.m., May 17, has
been hailed by critics around the
globe. The trio is composed of
Eugene Istomin (piano), Issac
Stern (violin), and Leonard Rose
(cello). Tickets at Grinnell's
Hudson's or the Masonic box
89.95 to $400
allows no one
to under sell
thurs. & fri, nites