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April 18, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-18

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Women's Clith activities

CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a board
Meeting noon Monday at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center. Pictures for
the journal will be taken.
* s *
YOUNG WOMEN OF JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND will present an
art showing and sale Saturday
evening through Monday at the
Back Door Gallery, Lathrup Vil-
lage. The champagne opening will
be 7-10 p.m. Saturday. Show hours
will be noon-5 p.m. Sunday and 9
a.m.-5 p.m. Monday. Internationa-
ally known and local artists will
exhibit their works in various
media. Admission is free to all.

KNOB CIRCLE CHAPTE R,
Women's American ORT, will meet
12:30 p.m. Monday at the Knob
Woods Club House. The social
afternoon will include games and
a petite luncheon. Friends are in-
vited.

Public employment contributes
neither to advantage nor to happi-
ness. It is but honorable exile from
one's family and affairs.
—Thomas Jefferson.

• ■••• ■ lo..

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-7 C7 ir r

SAVE!..`" SAVE!

RADOMER AID SOCIETY will THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
hold a special meeting 8:30 p.m.
Friday, April 18, 1969-19
BUY DIRECT
Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle
FROM THE
Center. Refreshments and games
will highlight the evening.
IMPORTER
s *
Music Study Club of Detroit
SEYMCWILIEt
Leather Shop, Inc.
will present Marilyn Co tlo w,
KAPLAN
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX- one of its members, as guest
ILIARY, American Legion, will artist noon Tuesday at the home
and Co.
25259
hold its annual dessert luncheon of Mrs. Morris Schaver,
and games party 12:30 p.m. Tues- Ingleside, Southfield. Miss Cotlow,
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
OF FINE DIAMONDS
day at the Michigan Consolidated a lyric coloratura soprano, in 1948
Gas Co. home service department. won the Metropolitan Auditions of
15738 LIVERNOIS
the Air and was given a two-year
Guests are invited.
DI 1-5515
25250 GREENFIELD
• * *
contract with the Metropolitan
OAK PARK, MICH. 548-5590
HILLEL DAY SCHOOL PTO will Opera. Mrs. Eugene Altschuler in
meet 8:15 Thursday at the school private life, she
It
building. A panel discussion led by made her opera-
*
headmaster Rabbi Simon Murciano tic debut at age
PARKWOOD CHAPTER, Wom- will focus on "After Hillel What 18. She studied
There's No Store Like Our Store for
en's American ORT, will present a Next?" Participants will be par- three years in
film, "Our Most Precious Re- ents from the last two graduating Europe on a Ful-
"What's In"
sources," 8 p.m. Wednesday at the classes. Mrs. Abraham Pasternak, br ight scholar-
Michigan Bell Telephone auditor- president, will preside. Refresh- ship and cancer-
For Pre-Teens and Juniors
ium, Southfield. Husbands and ments will be served, and every- tized there exten-
friends are welcome. Refresh - one is invited.
s i v ely. In this
Ments will be served. For reserva-
country, she als
* * *
tions, call Mrs. A. Brown, 356-
SISTERS OF ZION. Mizrachi appeared with the
8413.
Wednes-
Los Angeles and Miss Cotlow
will
meet
noon
Women,
■ * *
Cong. Shomrey Emunah. Philadelphia Philharmonic orches-
BNAI M 0 S H E SISTERHOOD day at observe Israel's Indepen- tras and with the Denver, Boston
will
will hold its annual Tora Fund They
Day and hear current Miz- and Detroit symphonies. Appear-
. Wednesday at Bence news
luncheo n 12:30
from Mrs. Milton Win- ing on the program with her will
the synagogue. Sisterhood women rachi
in Oak Park
Hostesses will be Mesdames be Carole Jayne, lyric soprano,
a playlet, "Wisdom ston.
rn
Cardash, Rose Beilewich, who is studying with her. Bernard
23133 COOLIDGE, Just North of 9 Mile
will present
Math
Builded Her House," a script Gussie
Katz
will
be
accompanist.
Mrs.
Cohen and Bea Servetter.
fio the National Women's Lea- Becky
Joseph M. Markel, president, and
from
= * *
f* of the United Synagogue of
Mrs. Jack Scherr, chairman of the
America. The admission fee is a NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer day, said the meeting is limited to
donation to the Tora Fund, but Women, will meet noon Wednesday members only.
* * *
nonmembers will be admitted as at the Labor Zionist Institute.
ti of offi- ' WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM will
ests for a smaller fee. For re- There will be an election
servations, call the congregation cers and current events discus hold a board meeting noon Mon-
office, LI 8-9000, or Mrs. Sidney sion. Hostesses will be Mrs. Freda day at the home of Mrs. Leo Les-
Ferst. Tora Fund chairman, LI Metz and Mrs. Diane Cassel.
ser, 18965 Prairie.
• * •
* *
24271.
* * •
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD

efidinAotes,

Ladies' Handbags
Luggage
Repairing

a lC ie sle

AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer WELFARE ORGANIZATION will will hold its honor roll luncheon
noon April 30 at the synagogue.
Featured guests will be Judith
Keith, television personality, lec-
turer and fashion humorist. For
information, call Elaine Kohner,
851-3662.
* * *
Howell, UN 1-3473, or President
• • •
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
342 - 1627.
Mrs.
Jack
Seder,
KINNERET
CHAPTER.
Pioneer
,i1
,,i, Pioneer Women, will meet noon
- ,- :-
't Monday' at the Labor Zionist In-
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.

. I

llyomen will hold a games night hold a board meeting noon Monday
g. Ezras Achim, with M
Or husbands and wives 8 p.m.
April 27 at the home of Mrs. Min- Beckie Dinetz, hostess. Chairman
ds Herman. 23550 Gardner, Oak Mrs. Fannie Laufer announces the
Park. Refreshments will be serv- annual donor luncheon will be held
ed. For information, call Mrs. Mol- noon May 14 at Cong. Beth Abra-
ham. For tickets, call Mrs. David
lie Miller, 358-0142.

Wednesday at the Labor Zionist In- SHERUT.H LEAGUE will meet stitute. Helene Goldman will speak
stitute. Frances Driker will present 12:30 p.m. April 29 at the home of, on "Negro Anti-Semitism and the
'news and views.!' , Bessie Litwar Mrs. Mitchell Kent, 21365 Virginia;:: Jewish Response." Refreshments
and Molly Kingstone will be hos- Southfield. Final plans will biti will be served. Guests are invited.

teases. made for the new camping project: • * *
! • +0
for emotionally disturbed children. DETROIT MOTHERS' COMMIT-
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER, Wom- Also to be discussed is the 25th TEE, BATEI AVOTH ORPHANS
en's American ORT, will have "An annual installation of officers to be HOME in Israel, will hold its 15th
Afternoon of Art," beginning with held June 3 at Topinka's Country annual donor luncheon noon April
luncheon at 12:15 in the Rivera House. Samuel Pryor will speak on 29, at the Shomrey Emunah Syna-
Court of the Detroit Art Institute "What to Expect From an Interior gogue. To answer a need for
Following, the group will tour the Designer." There will be a petite additional facilities the committee
galleries to see works by such luncheon. Guests are invited. has set a goal of $5,000.

artists as Titian, Bronzino and Ben
Shahn, as well as an authentic 18th
Century French drawing room.
There is a charge. For informa-
tion, Mrs. Greta Rosebush, 353-
6052.

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JWV Activities

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN film on the Detroit Tigers, "The
POST and AUXILIARY will meet Year of the Tiger," 8 p.m. April
8:30 p.m. Monday at the JWV head- 29 at Cong. Bnai David. Dinner,
quarters. The post will act as hosts games and a brief meeting will be
for the refreshments served after offered to paid-up members only.
the meetings. The following offi-
cers were recently elected by the
auxiliary: president, Ruth Benach;
vice presidents, Yetta Glass and
Eleanor Schwartz; treasurer,
Freda Kolb: chaplain, Betty Spin-
For your very special
ner; conductress, Jean Friedman;
visit a very special
guard, Celia Yetz; patriotic in-
Place...
structress, Rose Feinberg; and
historian, Doris Bean. Ann Rubin,
The Sheraton-Tel Aviv Hotel.
auxiliary hospital chairman, an-
Overlooking the blue Mediterra-
nounces that a ward party will be
nean and only minutes away from
held at the Ann Arbor Veterans
the downtown business district.
220 beautiful guest rooms, all air-
Hospital Sunday. Fruit, gifts, can-
conditioned, many with balconies.
teen books and long-distance calls
Enjoy the swimming pool, Health
will be provided to the patients.
Club, fine restaurants and color-
Volunteers may call Mrs. Rubin,
ful Magic Carpet nightclub right
KE 5-4031.
In the hotel.
* * •
For Insured Reservations at
RAYMOND ZUS SM AN AUXI-
Guaranteed Rates, see your travel
LIARY will meet 8 p.m. Monday
agent. Or call Detroit — 961-8000.
at the home of Mrs. Louis Weber,
27335 Aberdeen, Southfield. After
a short business meeting, there
will be a presentation honoring
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past presidents. A flower boutique
will be presented.
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and
Motor
Inns
throughout
Sheraton
* * *
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Sunday 12 to 5

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