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April 26, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-26

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Friday, April 26, 1968-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will celebrate the 20th
7 anniversary of Isreal's indepen-
dence noon Wednesday at the
I Labor Zionist Institute. A special
program on Yom Hatzmaut is
planned. Rhoda Zhava Shames,
1 who recently returned from Israel
will be guest speaker. She will re-
late her experience during the
Six-Day War. Hostesses will be
J1 Bertha Bricker, Martha Maurice,
Lillie Stallman and Sophie Tatel-
man.

* *

*

CO-OPERATIVE C O U N C I L,
League of Jewish Women, will
hold a breakfast meeting 9:30 a.m.
' May 2 at the home of Mrs. George
Brown, 17557 Stoepel. The meet-
ing is open to presidents and case
hairmen of the 16 participating
. oups. Hostesses will be the
oung Women's Bicur Cholem. For
ormation, call Mrs. Brown, UN
4-2438.
* * *

DAVID- HORODOKER WOM-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet
noon Tuesday at the home of. Mrs.
Joseph M. Davidson, 25549 Green-
field, Southfield.

Ruth Schwartz, N.S.1.D.

WHERE
ELSE
Would you
find such
Selection
and
Distinction
in one store

Wall Decor
Lamps
Occasional Tables
Benches
Home Accessories
Cabinets
Love Seats, Sofas
Chairs
Bath Accessories
Pictures
Interior Designer
Staff of Six

Where else? Probably
no store because
COLONY ACCENTS is
a refreshingly new idea
in assisting homemak-
ers. Selection seems
endless! Nothing is
commonplace because
Ruth Schwartz, (N.S.-
I.D.) personally de-
cides what we show.
Get acquainted with
Colony Accents. We
gladly gift-wrap
will
your selection.

Colony Accents — Lincoln
Center—Oak Park Greenfield
at Lincoln-10 1/2 Mile); Thurs.
Fri., 9:30 to 9:00; Mon., Tues.,
Wed., Sat., 9:30 to 5:30.
Phone 398-8988-9

CluL

activities

SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold a
games party for paid-up members
8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist
House. Nominal admission. Reser-
vations are being taken for the
May 14 Camp Tamarack tour. For
information, call Mrs. Mary Odler,
LI 8-4631.
* *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI-
ARY, American Legion, will cele-
brate its 36th anniversary 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the 24-Karat club.
D inner and entertainment are
planned. Friends are invited.
*
RADOMER LADIES SOCIETY
has appointed Mesdames Bessie
Adler, Lydia Slakter, Sonia Rol-
nitzky and Ray Weinman to serve
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday at the
Downtown USO.
* * *
HENRIETTA SZOLD GROUP,
Hadassah, consisting of the former
Bagley, University North and Uni-
versity , South Groups, announces
its installation luncheon will be
held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hadas-
sah House. Israel's Independence
Day will be honored, and the musi-
cal part of the program will fea-
ture songs by Marcy Rose. Install-
ing officer will be Mrs. Henry Ber-
ris. Donations will go for Hadassah
Hospital supplies. Guests are wel-
come.
* *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold a games
party 8 p.m. Saturday at Eureka
Temple. Main prize will be a por-
table television set. Refreshments.
Nominal charge. For information
call Mrs. F. Herwitz, UN 2-1197.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, in
the Labor Zionist Institute. The
program will be dedicated to Is-
rael's 20th anniversary. Movsas
Goldoftas, former director of Far-
band Shule, will be guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served and
Guests are invited.
* * *
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA AUXIL-
IARY will hold a board meeting
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Leon Simon, 15815 Fair-
fax, Southfield. A "mini-luncheon"
will be served.
* * *
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. The program will be "Sym-
posium on the Israeli Knesset."
Participants will be Esther Lich-
tenstein, Helene Goldman and
Clara Marks. Ann Erman is mod-
erator.
• * *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. Reservations
will be taken for the May 8 donor
event. A final report on the canis-
ter solicitations will be given.

Dr. MARY ALLEN ENGLE, a
specialist in children's heart prob-
lems, will be one of four nationally
known physicians who will speak
at Detroit's annual free Heart For-
urn May 10, at Ford Auditorium.

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FIGHTERS will hold a games night
8 p.m. Monday in Bnai David Syna-
gogue. Members may bring their
husbands. Refreshments will be
served. Joseph Lipsett, national di-
rector of community relations, who
has assumed jurisdiction over the
auxiliaries, will introduce himself
and speak to the members.
*
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
the synagogue. Mrs. Fannie Laufer,
president, announces that plans for
the May garden party will be dis-
cussed. Mrs. Chana Grober will be
hostess.

'March for the Poor
Endorsed by NCJW

The forthcoming March of the
Poor on Washington. conceived by
Martin Luther King, received the
endorsement of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. In a state-
ment by Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner,
national president, which expres-
sed the hope that the March be
accomplished with discipline and
complete observance of the law,
NCJW officially proclaimed its
endorsement of "all lawful means
for the expression of aspirations,
urgency and need."

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The Committee on Services to the Aging of Jewish Family and
Children's Service and its Nursing Home Committee, wishes to take
this opportunity to thank the over one hundred women of the Con-
gregational Sisterhoods and the respective Rabbis and Cantors of:
Beth Abraham, B'nai David, Temple Emanuel, B'nai Moshe, Ahavis
Achim, Adas Shalom, Shaarey Zedek, Temple Israel, Beth Moses,
Beth Abraham, B'nai David, Temple Emanuel, B'noi Moshe, Ahavas
at eleven Nursing Homes in the Metropolitan Detroit area during
Passover week.

Miss Krass to Exchange
Vows With Mr. Gimbel

Thank you for helping us show 350 aged and infirm Jews that the
Detroit Jewish community has not forgotten them.

Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine,

Chairman, Committee on Services to the
Aging, Jewish Family and Children's Service

Rabbi Leonard Cahan,

Chairman, Nursing Home Committee,
Jewish Family and Children's Service

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•••

MISS CAROLE BRASS

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Krass
of Dover Dr., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Carole Lynn to Kenneth Gimbel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gim-
bel of Starlane Rd., Southfield.
Miss Krass is a student in special
education at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. 'Her fiance will gratuate
in June from the college of com-
munications at Michigan State
University.
An August wedding is planned.

Aid to Needy Goal
of Bicur Cholem Unit,
Planning Donor Event

The Young Women's Bicur Cho-
lem Organization, planning its an-
nual fund-raising donor for noon
May 14 at Cong. Bnai David, will
apply all proceeds to its many
projects.
When Young Women's Bicur
Cholem was organited more than
30 years ago its purpose was di-
rected toward aiding the needy
sick. Throughout the years the
goal of this organization has ex-
panded as have its projects. The
major project is the furnishing
and maintanence of a Jewish
chapel at Northville State Hospital:
Efforts also lie in a case work
program, which includes aid for
the needy sick
who require med-
cation and spe-
cial diet.
According to
Mrs. David Ber-
man, president,
other annual ac-
tivities of Young
Women's Bicur
Mrs. Berman Cholem include
supervised holiday parties at Ypsi-
lanti, Northville and Wayne Coun-
ty General Hospital. It also con-
tributes to the special Passover
Seder Fund, under the supervision
of Rabbi Solomon Gruskin, which
provides a seder dinner for the
patients of these hospitals.

JUDITH ST. JOHN, librarian in
charge of Toronto Public Library's
Osborne Collection of early child-
dren's books (1505-1910), will dis-
cuss landmarks and highlights in
that collection, 8 p.m. Monday, in
Friends Auditorium, Detroit' Pub-
lic Library.

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