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June 14, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 14, 1968-27

Women's Chub activities

BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold the opening meeting of
the season noon Monday in the
synagogue social hall. Mrs. Hy-
man Fox will present a book re-
/ view of "The Chosen" by Chaim
Potok. In charge of program is
Mrs. Bernard Gaspas, vice presi-
dent. Refreshment will be served.
The public is invited.

Infants Service Group, at a re-
cent luncheon, installed president,
Mrs. Saul Ginsburg; vice presi-
dents, Mesdames Edwin Roth, Na-
than Peiss and W3■+'
Albert Kaplan;
secretaries, Mes-
dames Jack Hen-
cken, Norman
Rosen, Gilbert
Borenstein, Char-
les Hoptman and
Harry Antman;
treasurer, M r s .
Samuel Bale; me-
morial fund, Mrs.
Gene Lemberg; Mrs. Ginsburg
happy day fund, Mrs. Jack Ser-
ling; sunshine committee, Mrs.
Harry Kruman and Mrs. Maurice
Altman; community relations, Mrs.
Frank Schiff; delegates, Mrs.
Merle Bronstein and Mrs. Mau-
rice Shepherd; and case workers,
Mrs. Sam Katz and Mrs. Bernard
Gordon.
*
MASSADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation
of officers 6:30 p.m. June 17 at the
home -of Mrs. Ruth Kantor, 17745
Alta Vista, Southfield. Dinner will
be served. Officiating as installing
officer will be Mrs. Doris Fishman.
For reservations, call Mrs. Kan-
tor, 356-8486. The following will be
installed: president, Nettie Tur-
ner: vice presidents, Betty Karbal,
Ruth Kantor, Dorothy Caplan;
Excellent selection
dues secretary, Bess Finn; ad chair-
man, Mollie Weisberg; recording
over 250 gowns to
secretary, Charlotte Rovner; mail-
ing, Mary Wise; financial, Reba
choose from
Coleman; Israel Bonds, Ruth Kan-
tor; child welfare, Helen Kirsch-
sizes 6 to 18
baum; Histadrut, Betty Karbal;
publicity, Ethel Barnett; advisory,
in the group
••
Nettie Turner and Ruth Kantor;
and council representative, Ann
these styles no longer
Silverman.
* * *
:'available for special order:::
MONTEFIORE LODGE will hold
an installation dinner party 6 pin.
June 23 at Holiday Inn, 26555
one group reduced to
Telegraph, guest invited. For
reservations, call Mrs. Harry Rice
642-6838. Officers to be installed
are: Horace Haber, president;
Mrs. Jules Hackman, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. David Lieberwitz and
Mrs. Morris Wolk, secretaries;
others
Leonard Soskin, treasurer; Oscar
Reiser, tiler; David Lieberwitz,
1/2 off and more
chaplain. Trustee for three years
is Leo Kaufman.

Clearance
Sale
of
L ong Gowns:::

1 1

$25 to $40 1:

1

All Sales Final

Charge Plates

Marti-K, Security, Bankard

* * *

JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPEAN
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Monday at Cong. Ezras
Achim. Mrs. Minnie Miller, presi-
dent, announces there will be
nomination and election of officers.
Plans for the installation luncheon
will be made.
* *
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
HABAD STUDY GROUP will meet
4 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. S. Fishman, 19171 Lesure.
The guest speaker will be Rev. J.
Baras.

Oon COUTURE-BOUTIQUE

Criterion Club to Hoof It l

Criterion Club for single adults,
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT will turn out for a short distance
CUSTOM DESIGNS
CLUB will hold its installation hike to the Yates Cider Mill Sun-
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Monday at day. With Charles Gross and
ACCESSORIES
Topinka's Country House. The Charles Manheimer le a din g, a
motorcade
will
leave
1
p.m.
from
officers to be installed by Mrs.
HARVARD ROW MALL
Joseph Rodman are as follows: the public lot, Stoepel near seven
11 MILE & LASHER
Mesdames Sam Nadek, president; Mile Rd. Dinner and dancing for
Lawrence Shapiro and Harry the evening will be optional.
353-7640
Brown, vice presidents; Jack Guests welcome.
Shapiro, Louis Gruskin and Ben-
jamin Elbinger, secretaries; Sam
Weinman, treasurer; Louis Fried-
man, tribute; Louis Jacobson,
SAVE!
SAVE!
publicity: Molly Kobrin, sunshine;
Estelle Alter, social; Jack Aaron
BUY DIRECT FROM
THE IMPORTER
and Aaron Margolis, case workers;
Morris Alter, membership; Sam
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
Gold, Harold Metier and Jack
Weinman, telephone squad; and
Joseph Rodman, Israel Emergency
Fund. For tickets, contact Mrs.
DI. 1-5515
15738 LIVERNOIS
Joseph Ainbinder, LI. 7-1988.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will install the
following new officers 12:30 Mon-
day at Cong. Beth Hillel: Mes-
dames Harry Portnoy, president;
Oscar Smith, Charles Varnen,
Nathan Wolok and David Liebow,
vice presidents; Louis Bigman
treasurer; Jack Stevens, Roy Gil-
In the so
bert, Roy Foreman, Joseph Baker,
Archie Margolis, M. Shipko and
Leon Wolok, secretaries; and Mil-
ton Radner, chaplain. Friends are
Ideal for late Spring or Summer formal wear.
invited.

CHINCHILLA • MINK
SABLE • FOX

fashionable
CAPELET or BOLLERO

4:

*

WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WOM-
EN'S DIVISION will hold a victory
supper party 7 p.m. Saturday at
the Workmen's Circle Center.
Guest speaker will be George M.
Zeltzer, who will speak on "Israel-
Today—After the Six-Day War."
For reservations, call President
Eileen Israel, DI 1-2878, or the WC
office, KE 7-5440.
* * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
David Cern, 17357 Pinehurst. The
guest speaker will be Rabbi David
Bakst.
* * *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER- 111
HOOD will met 8 p.m. Monday at
the synagogue.
(More Women's Clubs, Page 28)
* *

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Federation Women
Elect Mrs. Jackier

Mrs Joseph H. Jackier of War-
rington Dr. was elected president
of the women's division, Jewish
Welfare Federation, at its annual
meeting at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Jackier,
-...%.who succeeds
::Mrs. I. Jerome
Hauser, has been
active in com-
munal service
for a number of
years. She serves
on the board of
directors of the
Jewish Family
a n d Children's
Mrs. Jackier Service and is a
member of the health and welfare
division of Federation.
Dr. Norman Drachler, superin-
tendent of Detroit Public Schools,
told the 250 women attending that
"everyone has a responsibility for
our present social crisis."
"There is a great urgency to
our problems and the burden of
responsibility rests not only with
those who live in the city but also
those who live in the suburbs.
We are all part of the same pic-
ture. No one segment of our
community can solve our prob-
lems. It will take everyone work-
ing together to surmount our
present crisis," Dr. Drachler
said.
The women's division consists
of every woman who makes a
contribution to the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund.
Elected vice presidents were
Mesdames John N. Grekin, Mel-
vin Kolbert, Ben Mossman and
Max Stollman; and secretaries;
Mrs. George M. Stutz and Mrs.
Hugh W. Greenberg.

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