26—Friday, October 25, 1968
Aesculapians to Assist Charities With Dance
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Women Learn of Community's Services
(Continued from Page 23)
HEBREW LADIES AID SOCI-
ETY will hold its annual donor
luncheon noon Nov. 4 at the May-
fair Hall. For reservations, call
Mrs. Efreda Greenwald, KE 4-8313.
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OAK PARK CHAPTER, Order
of the Eastern Star, will meet 8
p.m. Monday at the Odd Fellows
League Hall, Ferndale. Officers
will be elected and the annual
report will be presented.
Aesculapian Pharmaceutical As-
sociation and its ladies auxiliary
will hold their 42nd annual dinner-
dance 6:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Latin
Proceeds will help finance the
association's charities in Israel and
locally, including Northville State
Hospital, Jewish Home for the
Aged, the building and student
scholarship fund of Wayne State
University's college of pharmacy
atld the new Aesculapian Prescrip-
Music will be by Hal Gordon and
his orchestra. Aaron Karp is chair-
man of the entertainment commit-
For reservations call Karp, 759-
2871. Charles Tennen is president
of the association, and Mrs. Meyer
Goldstein of the ladies auxiliary.
Book chairmen are Mrs. Morris
Gural and Edward Rothenberg.
BY BERNARD H.
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Conferring at the first session of the Leadership Seminar of the
SHERVILLA CHAPTER, Wom-
Women's Division, Jewish Welfare Federation, are (from left) Mes- en's American ORT, will hold its
dames Jerome Trumper; Maurice Kurzman; Joseph H. Jackier, first meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
Women's Division president: Mandell Lansky; and Brand Marwil. at the home of Mrs. Bruce Shatan-
During the five sessions of the seminar, ending with a graduation tea off, 25708 Woodvilla, Southfield.
Nov. 20. the women will learn about education, community relations Petite luncheon will be served.
and health and welfare services which are supported through the annual Howard Cattoni, director of the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
London Arts Gallery, will speak
on "Graphic Arts." A print will
George D. Blumenthals Donate
Ambulance to Magen David Adorn
Mr , and Mrs. George Blumenthal. to this life-saving cause; so that
of 5 Oakland Park, Pleasant Ridge, we can go to sleep each night
Mich.. have pledged an ambulance relieved in the knowled_e that
to Magen David Adorn, Israel's others in desperate need are being
helped in their struggle to lead
Official Red Cross Service.
The ambulance donated by the lives of safety, security and well-
couple is currently in production
The gift was arranged by the
at the General Motors plant. Upon
completion, it will take its 1 American Red Mogen Dovid for
which in this country serves
place in one of the 72 First-Aid
Stations maintained by Magen as the support arm of Magen David
David Adorn in the cities, towns ;
Acknowledging the gift of the
and border settlements of Israel. i
In making the announcement of j Emanuel Celler, national chairman
their gift, the Blumenthals stated: i of American Red Mogen Dovid for
- We recognize the need of
our' Israel said: "We are deeply grate-
gallant brothers and sisters across ful for this compassionate gesture
the sea for the tools with which in behalf of Israel's gallant men,
to cope with the urgent health prob- women and children. Mr. and Mrs.
lems of today. We hope that this Blumenthal are to be highly com-
Oft will inspire others in this I. mended for responding so gener-
country who share our concern for ously to our task of saving lives
Israel's population to also give I and alleviating the suffering of
those less fortunate. With support
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of this caliber, our goal of assuring
a brighter future for our beleag-
: ured fellow-Jews has been brought ,
that much closer to fruition, and ;
for this we are eternally grateful." '
The ambulance will be dedicat-
ed soon and dispatched to its ulti-
mate destination in Israel.
RAYA DUNAYEVSKAYA, au-
thor of "Marxism and Freedom,"
will speak on "Marxism and Hu-
manism" at the Robert Frost
School, Oak Park, 8:30 p.m. Nov.
1. The lecture was arranged by
the Birmingham Temple adult
education committee. Former
secretary to Leon Trotsky during
his exile in Mexico. Miss Duna-
yevskaya broke with him at the
outset of World War. II when she
x, began her original analysis of
rertrtrzrrynrrozrzi-r-5 Leo 0 0 0 (rut Russia as a state-capitalist society.
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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. The chapter will hold
a luncheon and games party noon
Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Ruth
Gosman, 18504 Rosemont. Pro-
ceeds will go to the child rescue
fund. Friends are invited.
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MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a pre-election
meeting noon Tuesday at the home
of Ethel Barnett, 16389 Rutherland
E., Southfield. Luncheon will be
served. Guests are invited.
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold a
paid-up membership brunch noon
Nov. 6 at the Northgate Apart-
ment Clubhouse. "Citizen of the
Year," Paul E. Hansen, member
of New Detroit, Inc., will speak
on "Detroit's Riot-1967," Dues
may be paid at the door. Pros-
pective members are invited. For
reservations, call Mrs. Albert
Lands. 353-7657, or Mrs. Benja-
min Williams, 545-8904.
FLORENCE HOCHBERG CLUB
will hold its 20th annual games
night 8:30 p.m. Monday at Beth
Hillel Synagogue. Refreshments
and prizes will be featured. Ticket
chairman is Mrs. Rose Genden.
Proceeds will be used to aid han-
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
SISTERS will hold its annual white
elephant sale and art show noon
Tuesday at the Birmingham Fed-
eral Savings Bank, community
room; Maple and Lahser Rds. Ad-
mission "fee" is a white elephant.
Guests are invited.
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DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the Zionist Cultural Cen-
ter, Southfield. Mrs. Harry Fink,
program vice president, arranged
to have Jack Kraus, a hypnotist
for 17 years, speak on "The Ba-
sics of Hypnosis" and give a brief
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COHN BRANCH PTO, United
Hebrew Schools, will hold open
house 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
hold a membership tea 1 p.m.
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