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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-21

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Friday, February 21, 1969-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's Club activities

, BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
AVM give its annual Mo'os Hitim
luncheon, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the social hall. Chairman Mrs. Sha-
_Mat Ackerman and her committee
have planned the hot lunch, follow-
ed by a musical program and
games. All proceeds are distributed
tO needy families for Passover
foods. Friends are invited. For res-
ervations, call the synagogue office,
UM 1-6696.
* * •
OAKLAND HILLS CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Harvey F einb erg, 18535
Adrian, Southfield. A petite lunch-
eon will precede the meeting. The
nominating committee will present
R3 slate, and an original musical
if c$W will be presented.
• •

SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
, HOOD will meet at the synagogue
II p.m. Monday to make final ar-
rangements for the 12th annual
pre-Purim dinner, * take place
March 2. Hostess for the evening
will be Mrs. Morris Greenspan.
• s •
HEIGHTS AND VILLA GE
Groups, Hadassah, will join for a
"Cabaret" evening 7 p.m. March 5
at B;deigh House. Featured will be
a cocktail hour, sit-down dinner,
strolling musician, games, prizes.
Coordinating and planning the
ay ening are Mrs. Morris
1:11eker, V i 11 a g e Group, and
NIL Leonard Polukoff, Heights

WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM will
meet noon Monday at the Southfield
Civic Center. Mrs. Louis Brown,
donor chairman, asks that mem-
bers bring donor book insertions.
Hostesses are Mrs. Roger Alvin
and Mrs. Edward Stone. Final
plans will be set for the March 17
donor luncheon at the Raleigh
House.
• • •
LIVONIA GROUP, Hadassah, will
conduct a panel discussion 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Stanley Knapp, 25100 Thorndyke,
Southfield. Discussion will center
on subjects dealt with in "Letters
to My Daughter," by Pearl S. Buck.
Refreshments will be served.
• * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK-
WOODS SISTERHOOD will hold its
monthly home discussion club 8
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. David Dombey, 14500
Park, Oak Park. The subject,
"Biafra" will be discussed by Den-
nis Uguvegbu, a Biafran student at
Wayne State University. Anyone
interested in attending may call the
Dombeys at 548-2266.
• • •
ESTHER BERMAN PTO, United
Hebrew Schools, will meet 11 a.m.
Sunday in the Esther Berman
Building. Albert Elazar, UHS super-
intendent who returned recently
from a half-year sabbatical leave
in Israel, will discuss his observa-
tions of the Israeli educational
system. Brunch will be served.
• s s
Group. Gifts chairmen are Mrs.
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
Jack Strickstein, Village, and Mrs.
Allen Fox, Heights, who have been STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
working with their committees to p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
collect an array of gifts. Decora- Abe Zentman, 24721 Radcliff. Guest
tions' are planned by Mrs. Donald speaker will be Rabbi Zentman.
• • s
Espentansky. Mrs. Lawrence Stra-
; ger,I fund-raising vice-president,
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
•Wd proceeds will go to Youth STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30

Rose Beilewich, Gussie Cardash
and Becky Cohen.
s • •
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB, will hold its annual party
8:30 p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth
Hillel. There will be entertain-
ment and refreshments. Nominal
admission charge.
s * •
SHARON GROUP, Hadassah, will
see a gourmet cooking demonstra-
tion by Mrs. Norman Naimark
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Robert Isgut, 27646 Pierce,
Southfield. President Mrs. Harold
Provizer invites friends. A dessert
luncheon will be served. For infor-
mation, Call Mrs. Isgut, 353-0733.
• • •
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will
hold its annual paid-up membership
dinner 7 p.m. Monday at the syna-
gogue. The evening includes sur-
prise entertainment and initiation
of new members.

Allya in Israel. For reservations, p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
call Mrs. Sheldon Plotnik of Jerry Cohen, 17392 Cherrylawn.
Heights Group, 356-2755, or Mrs. Rabbi Jerry Godfrey will speak.
Seymour Ross, Village Group, 353-
• • •
3069. Presidents Mrs. Eugene Kahn, UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
Village, and Mrs. Mired Stein, CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
'ilielghts, invite friends.
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the
• • •
home of Mrs. Charles Rosenberg,
EMANU-EL SISTERHOOD will 19335 Lesure. Rabbi Shaiall Zach-
hear a discussion of "Sex and the ariash will be featured speaker.
Teen-age Girl" at a petite luncheon
• • •
• 2:30 p.m. Monday in the temple.
SOUTHFIELD NSHEI CHABAD
Dr. Joseph Stern, gynecologist, will STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
be introduced by Mrs. Helen Gleek- p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
,:nian. In addition, Mrs. Robert Charles Snow, 16313 Addison. Guest
Rosen will present questions and speaker will be Rabbi Y. M. Kagan.
,Adewpoints from her 11th and 12th
• • •
grade pupils in the temple's reli- CITY OF HOPE CANCER
glow school. Friends, particularly FIGHTERS will -meet 8 p.m. Mon-
mothers of teen-age girls, are in- day at the Zionist Cultural Center,
vited at no charge.
Southfield. Sgt. Robert Overmyer
• • •
the Southfield Police Dept will
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio- of
I
speak on "Crime and Narcotics."
t neer Women, will hold an Israel Mrs.
Maury Gordon, vice president
fund-raising luncheon noon Tiles- of fund-raising,
will present a re-
' day, in the home of Mrs. Gerald port
on the El Casino Night.
Brody, 13400 Northfield, Oak Park.

• •
New slides of the activities of Pio-
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi
• neer Women in Israel will be
shown. There- will be prizes. Women, will hold a Purim luncheon
noon March 5 at Cong. Shomrey
-
I Guests invited.
• • •
Emunah, sponsored by Mrs. Pearl
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD will Gold. Proceeds will be donated to
Meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Mizrachi children's homes. Host-
, social hall. An evening of dancing esses are Mesdames Pearl Gold,
will be presented by the Jewish
Canter's Young Dancers Guild and
,. Oa director, Mrs. Harriet Berg. Plans Outlined
BiSterhood members will partici-
pate in the Sher and Elora dances. for Art Exhibit, Sale
A social hour will follow with
The Sisterhood of Cong. Misbkan
Perim refreshments.
Israel will hold an exhibition and
• • •
sale
of paintings and sculpture,
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Wbmen, will hold a current events noon to midnight Sunday and, noon
Ineering noon Wednesday at the to 5 p.m. Monday in the synagogue
-Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Ben social. hall.
011s, watercolors, charcoals and
Shapiro will preside. Hostesses
wIll be Mrs. Morris Spielman and drawings will prominently feature
Nov Julius Aleut). Guests are Jewish themes.
Among the artists represented
kwited.
• • •
are Rhoda Z. Shames, Herman
OM PARK CHAPTER, Order of Geo, George Dillion, Isadore Zi-
On Eastern Star, will have a Purim poryn, Mae- C. Murray, Mary La
- Nei Plight 8:30 Monday at the Fern- Krinz, TAllinn Bennett and Linda
ald, Oddfellows' Hall. There will Silver.
The exhibition is open to the
[ be• refreshments and prizes. The
gal& Is invited at a nominal ad- community free of charge, and re-
=Won fee. Tickets can be a- freshments will be served. For in-
-- tidolkli at the door or by • calling formation, call Mrs. Rachel Kagan,
- '411fifteMbiltre 4116saitelniCX341-9016: scm058.--

r

Debra Cohen to Become
Mrs. Harvey J. Klein

MISS DEBRA COHEN
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of

Northgate Blvd., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Debra Linda to Harvey
Jay Klein, son of Mrs. William
Klein of Westhampton Rd., South-
field, and the late Dr. Klein.
The bride-elect is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Mr. Klein
attends the Wayne. State Univer-
sity's school of medicine, where he
is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon
Fraternity.
"The Problem of Woman's Iden-
A May 29 wedding is set.
tification in Our Society" will be
discussed by Dr. Louis Linn as
guest speaker for the all-day insti-
tute to be held at Cong. Beth Sha-
lom March 5.
Dr. Linn, who will speak at 1:30
p.m., holds a degree in psychiatry,
COUTURE-BOUTIQUE
is professor of clinical psychiatry
CUSTOM DESIGNS
at Columbia University and lec-
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
turer in pastoral psychiatry at the
ACCESSORIES
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Two thoughtshops dealing with
HARVARD
ROW MALL
"Jewish Woman's Changing Role in
Today's Society" will be held
11 MILE & LASHER
simultaneously during the institute.
353.7640
Panelists for thoughtshop I, "Early
Marriage Years," will be M. Robert
Syrne, rabbi of Temple Israel; Sid-
ney Selig, marriage counselor as
well as educational director at Beth
Shalom; and Mrs. Stewart Linden,
president of League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Greater
Detroit.
Panelists for thoughtshop

New AJCongress Chapter
Honors Theodore Bikel

The Theodore Bikel Chapter of
the American Jewish Congress, a
new group exclusively for single
adults, will hold its first program
meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the Daily Tribune Auditorium,
Royal Oak. Guest speaker will be
Albert Boer, executive director of
the Franklin-Wright Settlement in
Detroit, who will discuss "White-
Black Relationships in the Inner
City."
Harley Selling, president of the
Michigan Council of AJC, reports
that the nucleus of the new group
"out of its conviction that the De-
troit area needs an organization
for unmarrieds who want to be in-
formed on the vital social issues of
our time and to do something
about them under Jewish aus-
pices."
The new chapter has tentatively
named itself in honor of folk singer
Theodore Bikel, a national vice-
president of the American Jewish
Congress, and co-chairman of its
commission on Jewish affairs.

Psychiatrist to Analyze
Woman's Problem
at Beth Shalom Parley

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"The Crisis Years," will be Dr.
Edward Salem, psychiatrist and
member of the teaching faculty
at Sinai Hospital; Mrs. Eleanor
Driver, orientation interviewer
for Continuum Center, Oakland
University; and Mrs. Ray Fen-
ner, former workshop consultant,
Oakland U. Continuum Center.
Registration will be at 9:15 a.m.
At 10 a.m., the keynote address will

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The public is invited. For reser-
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luncheon, call Mrs. Howard Kraus
at 353-9433.

Cantor Klein to Sing
at Annual Purim Fete

Mrs. Fannie Laufer, president of
Shomrey Emunah Sisterhood an-

nounced that Cantor Louis Klein
will take part in
the sisterhood-
sponsored 12th
annual pre-Purim
dinner 6:30 p.m.
March 2 at the
synagogue.
The sisterhood's
fund-raising ef-
forts suppor ts
many causes,
addition to main- Mrs. Laufer
taming the utilities of the syna-
gogue. This year, they have added
to their goals the purchase of a
Sefer Tore.
Chairman of the dinner is Mrs.
Sarah Simon; Mrs. Leah Yoffe is
co-chairman; and Mrs. Anne Gro-
ber is ticket chairman. Hostesses
will be Mesdames Fay Bovitz,
Simone Fishman, Zelda Miller,
Esther Pollack, Sara Ungar, Rae
Urnovitz and Edith Weiss. For res-
ervations, call Mrs. Laufer, 398-,
7146; et 'Mts. Grober, 399-2897,.

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