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April 04, 1969 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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Women's Ott&

JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Monday at
Cong. Ezras Achim. Mrs. Max
Ducker and Mrs. Philip Schlussel
will co-host the Hol Hamoed Pesah
meeting, at which canister money
will be turned in.
• • *
Temple Beth El Sister-
hood will present Dr. Lorna
Hahn at its general meeting noon
April 14 in the social hall. Petite
luncheon will be served, and the
public is invited.
Dr. Hahn, whose,:
topic will be "The
Middle East—
Yesterday, Today
and Tomorrow,'
served with Pres-
ident Kennedy's
Oral History Proj-i
ect and on the
the President's'
Task Force on Dr.Hahn
Africa in 1960. She has lectured at
the U.S. National War College,
U.S. Defense Intelligence School
and the U.S. Marine Corps Coun-
terinsurgency Course for Senior
Officers. Dr. Hahn has served as
consultant on African and Middle
Eastern Affairs to presidents and
ambassadors and has written
many books and articles for na-
tional journals.
• *
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEW-
ISH WOMEN, Detroit Section, will

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will hold a combined Pesah cele-

bration and meeting noon Tues-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Movsas Goldoftas, educator, will
be guest speaker. Guests are in-
vited.
• * •
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Chairman Sarah Friedman
announces that Gertrude Ober-
stein will review "The Brigade,"
a novel by Henoch Bartov. Re-
freshments will be served. Guests
are invited.
• • •
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon April 16 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Adele
Mondry will discuss her latest
book which is in Yiddish. Friends
are invited.
• * -
NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
WOMEN will hold a board meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Leonard Gross,
18162 Filmore, Southfield. A regu-
lar meeting will be held 8 p.m.
April 17 at Northland Inn.
• • •
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. April 14 at the
home of Mrs. Norman Cottler,
17181 Shervilla, Southfield. The
donor luncheon, which will be
held May 6 at Bnai Moshe Syna-
honor its new members at a sherry gogue, will be discussed. Mrs.

party 12:30 p.m. April 15 at the
home of Mrs. Alan Schwartz, 17651
Hamilton. Mrs. Marvin Frenkel,
membership vice president, an-
nounces that piano selections will
be played by concert pianist, Mrs.

Sarah Smith is fund-raising chair-
man and Mrs. David Liebow, pro-
gram chairman. On the program
will be Sammy Woolf, Hal Gordon
and Barbara Paul.
• • •
Royal Maas.
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
• a
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH Women, will hold its Passover
YEHUDAH AND WOMEN'S SAB- book review meeting noon Tues-
BATH LEAGUE will hold a spring day at the home of Mrs. Sam
luncheon meeting noon April 14 at Isaacs, 18915 Littlefield. Friends
Shomrey Emunah Synagogue. Mrs. are invited.
Leo Laufer, program chairman,
• • *
announces that Rabbi Solomon P.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Wohlgelernter will be guest speak- Women, will hold a Passover so-
er. Guests are invited.
cial meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday

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TEMPLE ISRAEL S I S T E R-
HOOD will hold an election meet-
ing noon April 14 at the temple.
Dessert luncheon will be serv-
ed, and there will be a program
featuring Evelyn Orbach and
Joyce Feurring in a new drama-
tic offering, "If Not Now . . ."
There will be no admission
charge.

'Swing With Spring'

"Sisterhood Swings With Spring"
is the theme of Beth Abraham
Sisterhood's annual donor lunch-
' eon, to be held on April 23 in the
synagogue.
Mrs. Henry Thumin and her
committee have completed plans
for a catered meal. Marci Lyn
Rose will sing English, Hebrew
and Yiddish songs, and there will
be many prizes.
For reservations, call the syna-
gogue office, UN 1-6696.

MAGIC TEXTILE WEAVERS

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West Side of Woodward

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A new location to better serve those

living in the North Woodward and

Southfield area.

Mrs. Jackier Renominated to 2nd Term
as President of Federation Women

The Women's Division of the sion and are entitled to vote at the
Jewish Welfare Federation will annual meeting.
elect officers and a board of di-
rectors at the annual meeting THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 4, 1969-23
noon May 21 at the Jewish Center,
it was announced by Mrs. Joseph
B. Jackier, president.
Mrs. Jackier has been renomi-
nated for second term as presi-
dent.
Leather Shop, Inc.
Renominated as vice presidents
are Mrs. John N. Grekin, Mrs.
Melvin Kolbert and Mrs. Ben
Mossman. Mrs. George M. Stutz
also has been nominated.
Mrs. Merle Harris was proposed
as corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Hugh W. Greenberg, record-
25250 GREENFIELD
ing secretary.

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Ladies' Handbags
Luggage
Repairing

Nominated for an additional
three-year term on the board of

directors were Mesdames Wil-
liam H. Frank, Sidney S. Hertz,
Norman D. Katz, Hyman Saf-

'AU women who couttibuted to
the 1969 Allied Jewish Campaign
are members of the women's divi-

Planned Parenthood
Has Designs on Mansion

Local interior designers will
help renovate a 22-room English
Tudor house as a project of the
Planned Parenthood League of
Detroit, assisted by the Michigan
District Chapter of the American
Institute of Designers (AID).
The mansion, on the lake shore
in Grosse Pointe, has been vacant
for more than a year. When com-
pleted, it will be on show to the
public for three weeks, beginning
May 5.
Members of the AID who will
assist include Mrs. Helen Levy of
LaSalle Blvd., who will do the
powder room and halls and Elliott
A. Zeldes of Hamilton Ave., who
will redecorate the breakfast
room.
Throughout the time the house
is open, crafts will be demon-
strated daily, and boutiques will
offer items for sale. Pastries and
coffee also will be for sale. Tic-
kets will be at the door.

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organizations.

1 I, • • I • 1. •

Small gry

troops liberated and reunited Jeru-

the Jewish Center.
Dr. Eugene Pious will preside,
and Albert Best will introduce the
speaker. Co-sponsors of his visit

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Gen. Narkiss Due
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salem, will address an open meet-
ing sponsored by the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, Michigan
Association of Americans and
Canadians for Aliya and Israel
Aliya Center, 8 p.m. Thursday at

FROM THE
I MPORTER

Something New!

Nominated as representative to
the board of governors of the
Jewish Welfare Federation for a
one-year term are Mrs. I. Jer-
ome Hauser and Mrs. Jackier.

The slate will be presented by
Mrs. Hauser, chairman of the
nomination committee. Members
of the committee are Mesdames
Morris J. Brandwine, Benjamin
E. Jaffe, Benjamin Jones, Nor-
man H. Rosenfeld, Victor Shiff-
man and William M. Wetsman.
Additional nominations may be
made by petition signed by 25
members and submitted at least
one week in advance of the annual
meeting, provided nominees have
consented to serve if nominated.

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OAK PARK, MICH. 548-5590

ran, Morris- L. Schaver, Kolbert
and Stutz.

New nominees for the board are
Mesdames Oscar Band, Louis
Berry, N. Brewster Broder, Mor-
ris H. Brown, Walter L. Field, Ir-
ving E. Goldman, Maxwell Lapi-
des, Norman Naimark and D.
Lawrence Sherman.
Nominated for an additional
three-year term to the advisory
service council were Mesdames
Sidney J. Allen, Eugene J. Arn-
feld and Sidney J. Karbel.
Mrs. Morris Adler and Mrs.
Harry L. Jackson are new nomi-
nees for the advisory service
council.

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