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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-02

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Women's Cluh

LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDA AND WOMEN'S SAB-
BATH LEAGUE will meet for
lunch noon Tuesday at Cong.
Shomrey Emunah. Rabbi Shaiall
Zachariash will speak, according
to Mrs. Leo Laufer, program
chairman. Mrs. Walter Epstein is
social chairman.
*

BATYA C H A P T E R, Mizrachi
Women, will hold a beauty clinic
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Manny Schreiber, 14840 Tal-
bot, Oak Park. Guests will be Mrs.
Frank Lederman, wig specialist.
and Mrs. Melvin Rose, facial and
gtosmetic consultant.

ALPHA ZETA OMEGA AUXILI-
ARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Manuel Katz-'
man, 26240 Raine, Oak Park.
t ion of officers is on the agenda.
• • •
MARTIN PLACE OSTEOPATH-
IC AUXILIARY wil hold its instal-
lation luncheon 12:30 p.m. May 28
at Tam O'Shanter Country Club.'
Mrs. Andrew Berry, vice president
of the Michigan Women's Osteo-
pathic Auxiliary, will be installing:
officer. Mrs. Helen Moss will pre-!
sent a book review. Highlighting
the afternoon will be the presenta-
tion of a nursing scholarship to
Marian Stewart. Miss Stewart, a
ward secretary at Martin Place
East, will begin studies in August
at the Grace Hospital School of
Nursing. Officers to be installed
are Mesdames Maurice Belkin,
president: Robert Tam, Melvin
Foster and Terry Podolsky, vice
presidents: Herbert Miller, Marvin
Rivkin and Richard Bayles, secre-
tar i es: and I rwinPhillips. treas-
urer. Mrs. Alan Belkin is luncheon
chairman.
• * s
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Berel Shemtov, 14100 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park. Rabbi Jacob Kranz will
speak.

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NORTHWEST NSH.EI CHABAD ,
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:301

p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Jennie Tomarin, 18491 Kentucky



UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Bernard Jerusalem,'
20227 Freeland. Guest speaker will
be Mr. Jerusalem.
• s *
SOUTHFIELD NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30

p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Fred Lax, 17160 Maryland, South-
field.
• • •
ALPHA OMEGA DENTAL AUX-
ILIARY will honor Mrs. Milton
Jacobs as newly-elected president,
at a noon installation luncheon
Tuesday at the Town and Country
Club. Mrs. Leslie Moss will give
the invocation. Mrs. Gerald Bloom
. will be installing officer. Other of-
" ficers include Mesdames Jason
Goode and Richard Williams, vice
presidents; Sylvan Faller, Sheldon
Mintz and Daniel Gilbert, secre-
taries; and Michael Blume, treas-
urer. Board members are Mes-
dames Eli Berger, Easton Brod-
sky, John Cohen, Joseph Dobrusin,
Stuart Falk, Harold Firestone,
Charles Goodman, Sheldon Plotnik,
Leonard Posner, Marvin Rosen,
Edwin Schneider, Paul Scbreib-
man, Bernard Shapiro, David Sil-
ver, Eugene Smoler, William War-
ren and Sidney Weber. Outgoing
president is Mrs. Murray Shekter.
• • •
BETH HILLEL SISTERHOOD
will hold a mother and daughter

a ctivities

CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK SIS-
TERHOOD will present its annual
Mother's Day installation-luncheon
noon May 12 in the synagogue.
Mrs. Irwin Groner will be install-
ing officer. Cantor Jacob Sonenk-
lar, who will retire shortly and
assume the position of cantor
emeritus, will be honored for his
service to the synagogue and sis-
terhood. Mrs. Allan Levin, vice
president of program, announce
that Mesdames Evelyn Orbach and
Joyce Feurring will appear in their
latest dramatic production, "If Not
Now . . ." Chairman is Mrs. Nor-
man Feder. The prayer will be
given by Mrs. Daniel Mendelsohn.
For reservations, call the synago-
gue office, 357-5544. President Mrs.
Marvin Fleischman invites guests.

*

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GLENNWOOD CHAPTER. Wo-
men's American ORT, will hold
its annual installation 7 p.m. Thurs-
day at Topinka's Country House.
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine of the Bir-
mingham Temple will be guest
speaker. Past President Mrs. Mar-
shall Shanbrom is installing offi-
cer. Newly-elected officers are
Mesdames Allen Rosenfeld, presi-
dent: Andrew Friedman. Lewis
Randell, Saul Chudnow. Stephen
Brown and Edward Lusky, vice
presidents; Burt Winer, Burton
Hollander and Arnold Waxman,
secretaries; Arnold Smith, treas-
urer; and Seymour Rubenstein,
parliamentarian. Guests are in-
vited. Reservations may be ob-
tained by calling the chairmen,
Mrs. Randell, 531-7024, or Mrs.
Leonard Hammer, 542-2939.
✓ r. *
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY, Am-
erican Legion, will hold an execu-
tive board luncheon meeting 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
President Esther Raminick, 19420
Biltmore. The annual luncheon
and games party to be held June
10 will be discussed.
• •
CHANA CZENESII CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Chana Michlin will speak on
"Important Women in Israeli Gov-
ernment Services." She also will
present slides of the Pioneer Wo-
men's work in Israel. Refreshments
will be served. Guests are invited.
• r *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a social meeting

noon Wednesday at the Labor Zion-

ist Institute. Adele Mondry will
speak on her book. "A Shtetl
Bairn Bug." Hostesses are Mes-
dames Anna Goldstein and David
Schrage. Friends are invited.

KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
ing in honor of Mother's Day noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine will
speak on "Israel and Neighbors."
Mrs. Esther Shrager will present a
reading dedicated to mothers. Hos-
tesses are Frances Shayne and
Julia Weiss. Guests are invited.
* * *
COHN BRANCH PTO of the Un-
ited Hebrew Schools will hold a
rummage sale 9 a.m.- p.m. May
15, and 9 a.m.-12 p.m. May 16, at
its headquarters, 31840 W. Seven
Mile, Livonia.

s
MONTEFIORE LODGE will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Women's City Club, Ferndale .
Milton Gottesman, nominating
committee chairman, will read the
'slate of officers for the coming
year. Refreshments will be served.
Hostesses are Mesdames Morton
Snyder, Jules Hackman and Jos-
eph Camden. Host is Louis Katz.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER FIGHT-
ERS will hold a board of directors

dinner 6 p.m. Tuesday at the syn-
agogue. The Rose Nash Choral meeting noon Monday at the Zion-
Group will provide the entertain- ist Cultural Center, Southfield.
ment. All mothers and daughters Volunteers are needed for the an-
are invited. For reservations, call nual Tag Days May 18-20. For in-
Mrs. Bert Westheimer, EL 6-2339, formation contact Mrs. Sheldon
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ACHIEZER, a philanthropic or-
ganization for orphanages in Is-
rael, will hold its first annual
Mother's Day luncheon 12:30 p.m.
May 11 at Oak Manor Caterers.
Mrs. Chaya Primak, president of
the Achiezer Chicago chapter, will
be the guest speaker. A children's
fashion show featuring member's
children will be presented. For in-
formation, call Mrs. David Gel-
berman, 399-1652.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 2, 1969-23

I Six Scholarships

Officers and directors of Detroit
! Men's ORT Chapter honored Dr.
William Haber, world president of
ORT, at a luncheon at Standard
Club recently.
! The intimate group subscribed
a sum of $2,400 to pay for six
scholarships in ORT schools in
honor of Prof. Haber's 70th birth-
day.
Greetings in behalf of the group
were extended by the chapter's
president, Harry Platt, the chair-
, Man of the luncheon, Malcolm
Lowenstein, and Philip Slomovitz.

from age 6 to 15 at the hospital;
the treatment of each child costs
CARIH an estimated $6,000, raised
by women's auxiliaries in 39 cities.
Eighty per cent of the children
' discharged from the hospital are
totally rehabilitated and will never
again suffer from the disease.

'Parkwood to Serve
Tea and Fashion

Tea and a medley of fashions
will be served up by Parkwood
Chapter of Women's American
ORT (Organization for Rehabilita-
tion Through Training) Monday at
the home of Mrs. Sidney Bertin,
19444 Parkside. Fashion showings

will be at 1 and 3 p.m.
Proceeds will benefit the "School
Building Project" to maintain 650
trade and technical projects locat-
ed in 23 countries.
Friends are invited to lunch or
tea. Fashions, furs, hats, cosmetics
and coiffures will be featured.
Mrs. Daniel Goldman, chairman,
is assisted by Mesdames Herman
Berlin, Arthur Brown, Walter
Cohen, Jack Cohen, Bernard Al-
laun, Louis Gottlieb, George Seid,
Ben Hencken, Sidney Bertin and
Charles Viksgre

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Pre-Teens and Juniors

Women Conduct
Fund Raising for
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A door-to-door youth march
today through Sunday will be
held in the area, with member
volunteers from five leagues
manning street corners.
There are some 165 children

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MASSADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation of
officers noon Wednesday at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club. Officers
to be installed are Charlotte Rov-
ner, president: Dorothy Kaplan,
past vice president; Ruth Kanter,
Nettie Turner and Ann Silverman,
vice presidents; and Bess Finn,
Betty Karbel, Mary Boren and
Reba Coleman, secretaries. Com-
mittee chairmen include Helen
Kirschbaum, Molly Weisberg, Net-'
tie Turner, Ann Silverman, Betty
Karbel, Ethel Barnett, Ruth Kan-
tor, Betty Block and Dorothy Kap-
lan.

Detroit League Children's Asth-
ma Research Institute and Hospit-
al, will hold its donor luncheon
12:30 p.m. May 14 at Raleigh
House, to raise funds for "A Child's
Sake."
May 1-7 has been proclaimed by
President Nixon as National CARIH
Asthma Week in recognition of the
work done by this volunteer organ-
ization of women who support the
free, nonsectarian haven for in-
' tractable asthmatic children in
Denver. The Michigan members of
CARIH will be conducting a canis-
ter campaign this weekend to raise
funds.
Mrs. Jonas Kicken, wife of the
national director of development
for all CARIH chapters. will be
luncheon entertainer, with opera-
tic solos, according to Mrs. Sydney
Wallace, cultural chairman. There
also will he prizes. For tickets,
call Mrs. Sol Perlman, 863-2039,
ticket chairman, or Mrs. Ed
Sklar, 358-3097, donor chairman.
The head of Michigan CARIH,
Mrs. Allen Levin, said that funds
are needed to continue the re-
, search work of Dr. Kimi Ishizaka,
CARIH's immunology director,
who is working toward the devel-
opment of an anti-asthma vaccine.

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Dress Department Reductions

Now $28.00
Now $18
Now $21

2 &

3 piece Wool Knits $49.95
Daytime dresses $26.95 and $29.95
Daytime dresses $35 and $45
Long Gowns $89.95 to $300.00

Off

. More than

Mostly one-of-a-kind sizes 6 to 18
Famous brand names reduced but not advertised

Rain Coat Department

Grey worsted all purpose

Sizes 8 to 16 Reg. $35

Now

$19

Now

$14

Poplin .7 4 Lengths Four Colors

Sizes 8 to 16 $22.95

Sportswear Reductions

Reduced to $8
Now $15

Printed Pants. Reg. $18
Group of Junior Shifts. $29.95
Group of Junior Shifts. $22.95
Group of Junior Shifts. $18.95
PANT SUITS, All Wool. $85

$10
Now $ 9

Now

Now $58
1.4 Off

Others, $29.95 to $69.95

Slack Sets. $29.95
Now $15
Now $13
Slack Sets $24.95
Now §10
Slack Sets. $22.95
Many more items reduced but not advertised

LONG AND SHORT SLEEVE HELANCA
NYLON KNIT TOPS

$7.00
$8.00

Now $3.50
Now $4.00

$ 9.00
$10.00

Slightly Soiled

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Now $5.00

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