BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. An afternoon of games
is planned. Lunch will be served.
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IOTA ALPHA PI SORORITY,
Nu Alumnae Chapter, will hold a
fund-raising event 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Mrs. Marvin
Janis, 17090 Pennsylvania, South-
field. Proceeds will be donated to
the sorority's National Scholarship
Fund which helps needy students
regardless of race, color or creed
throughout the U.S. and Canada.
For information, call Mrs. Janis,
356-7293, or Mrs. Sidney Stone, 353-
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold its spring Child Rescue
luncheon noon Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute, sponsored
by Celia Feigenson. Proceeds will
FRIENDS OF HILLEL DAY
SCHOOL will meet 1 p.m. Thurs-
day at Gertrude Kasle Art Gal-
lery. Mrs. Kasle will trace the
development of Jewish art, and
refreshments will be served. Pros-
pective members are invited.
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MUSIC STUDY CLUB will fea-
ture three members of its student
group 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Morris Stein, 26080
Salem, Huntington Woods. The
three are Sheila Fiekowsky, vio- be used for the club's Child Res-
linist, Ruth Rosen, flutist, and cue Fund. Adele Mondry, program
David Lipson, pianist. Each is the chairman, announced that an Is-
recipient of many awards. At the raeli film will be part of the pro-
program, sponsored by the Music gram. Sarah Levin is ticket
for Israel Committee, a dessert chairman. Guests are invited. For
luncheon will be served. Mrs. Her- information, call Mrs. Michael
bert Eskin 'Will be chairman of Alichlin, UN 4-3629.
Prejudice: A vagrant opinion
without visible means of support.
Friday, March 21, 1969 23 Local Women Help Run Children's Hospital Benefit
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The Variety Club Women of De-
troit will sponsor its 10th annual
spring fashion show and luncheon
noon Wednesday at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Proceeds of the
affair, under the general chair-
manship. of Mrs. Harry Berman,
go to the Variety Club Growth and
Development Center at Children's
Hospital. Free Press fashion writer
Marji Kunz will be commentator.
Mrs. Lou Marks is ticket chair-
man and Mrs. Nathan Moss, co-
NORTHEAST CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will hold a
sherry party 1-5 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. Milton J. Miller,
17580 Fairway. A preview display
of the chapter's newest project,
"fake jewelry" will be featured.
chairman. Mrs. Irving Belinsky is
co-chairman of prizes.
Kosher for Passover
Leading supermarkets and in-
dependent grocers will be handling
MaTa gelatin desserts and Eden
brand cheese, imported from Is-
rael for the first time, it was an-
nounced by Raskin Food Co.
The two products are for both
Passover and year-round use.
Other food items strictly kosher
for Passover are Goodman prod-
ucts; Daisy brand butter and
cream cheese; Best kosher beef
products; Hanford butter; United
Baking Co. baked goods; Zausner
creamed cottage cheese, New Hol-
land cheese and farmer cheese;
White Star sour cream, farmers
cheese and creamed cottage
cheese; and Raskin horseradish,
pickles, sauerkraut and tomatoes.
Lipsky to Address
Beth Shalom Event
for Israel Bonds
Jewish Music Council's Music
Lipsky, vice president of the
Month, Mrs. Joseph Kripke, pro-
gram chairman, announced a pro- League for Is-
gram in feature the Sisterhood
is the son
Choral Group of Bnai Moshe, di- rael,
rected by Cantor Louis Klein. Mrs. of the late Louis
George Gant, president, invites Lipsky. He has
friends. A petite luncheon will be written
served by Mrs. Maurice Zacker- ber of successful
stein and her committee.
have been made
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into motion pic-
NEW STUDY CLUB will
tures.. A former
luncheon and movie party noon assistant New
Wednesday at the Workmen's Cir-
ele Center. Mr. and Mrs. Louis York District At- R psky
torney, he now practices law in
Statfeld are sponsors in honor of
their anniversary. Friends are in.
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CLUB will meet 8 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Hillel, President Mrs.
Sam Nadek announced. Mrs. Jack
Aaron and Mrs. Aaron Margolis,
case workers, will make a report
New York City.
The leadership reception is in
advance of the Beth Shalom presi-
The March of Dimes works
closely with federal, state and
local poverty programs to extend
prenatal care services as a dy-
namic medical-social force.
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The dinner dance will be held
on the needy families for Pass-
Woman's great strength lies in
over. Husbands are invited. Re-
being late or absent.
freshments will -be served: • •
DURABLE DISTINCTIVE DRAMATIC
dential toast to Israel dinner
dance, which will honor the past
presidents of the Congregation.
April 20 on behalf of the Israel
SAVE! `r SAVE!
Tickets are available through
Mrs. Marks, 647-7524; and Mrs.
Moss, 352-1286. •
Israeli Cheese, Gelatin
neer Women, will hold a social
Meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and: Mrs. Louis
Isaacs, 15620 Arbor Pl., Southfield.
Husbands are invited to see an
Israeli movie and have refresh- The collection will be carried at
the chapter's shop, "The Switching
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Post," following the preview. In-
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY and terested person are invited to view
POST, American Legion, will hold the collection. Chairman of the
a special meeting and social 8 project is Mrs. Louis Welt. Mem- ,
p.m. Wednesday at the Workmen's bers of the steering committee of
Circle Center. Refreshments and the Switching Post include Mes-
games will be featured. A dona- dames Harold Desenberg, Ruth
tion was given recently to Pen- Kaplan, Jeanette Kaplan, Leo
rickton Center for Handicapped Franklin, W i 11 i a m Fleischman,
Julia Klein, Peter Altman, David
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Feerer, Milton Miller, Lawrence
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD Levi, N. H. Schlafer, Abe Shiff-
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the man, Ralph Shroder, Sidney Weis-
synagogue. Mrs. Morris Brand- man, Clement Weitzman and Ben
wine will give a talk on her , Grant. Mrs. Michael 'Travis is
"Seven Days in Israel." Husbands chapter president.
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and friends are invited.
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
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NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE FIGHTERS will meet noon Mon-
WOMEN will have a Monte Carlo day at the Zionist Cultural Center,
party 8 p.m. Saturday at the Labor Southfield. Mrs. Hershchell Blitz,
Zionist Institute. Proceeds will prdgram chairman, announces that
help mentally retarded children. the Detroit Free Press' Action
Line will be highlighted and a film
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BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD shown. Mrs. Elliot Schubiner, pres-
will hold an oneg Shabat Satur- ident, will present the slate of offi-
cooked cers for the coming year. Election
day. A roast beef lunch,
will take place at the April meet-
by the sisterhood, will follow
Services which begin at 8:45 a.m. Mg.
A skit, "Within These Gates," will I
be presented by the sisterhood
joined by members of the youth
group and junior congregation.
The community and families are
invited. For reservations, call the
synagogue office, LI 8-9000, or
Mrs. Milton Cross, LI 3-3585.
Eleazar Lipsky, novelist and
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playwright, will speak at a Beth
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS Shalom leadership reception host-
AUXILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m. ed by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solway,
Wednesday at the Esther Berman at their home, 1534 Sodon Lake
Building. In celebration of the sil- Bloomfield Hills, 8:30 p.m. Tues-
ver jubilee year of the National day.
The Growth and Development —Ambrose Bierce.
Center at Children's Hospital, an
outpatient clinic doing research
and treatment of children suffering
from birth defects, is solely sup-
ported by the Variety Club of De-