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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1969-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

omen's elute activities

KNOLLWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
WOMEN will hold their opening
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the country club. A fashion show
will highlight the afternoon. Guests
are
invited. Mesdames Albert
Goldfarb, William Klinsky and
Daniel C. Siegel are chairmen.

FANNIE G L U C K CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold its final
board meeting noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Roy Foreman, 22307
LaSeine, Southfield. Officers to be
installed by Rabbi Milton Arm
noon June 16 at Cong. Beth Hillel
include president, Mrs. Sam
*
Bicoll; vice presidents, Mes-
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer dames Roy Gilbert, Charles Var-
nen,
Ben Schneider and Eugene
Women, will hold its installation
luncheon noon Wednesday at the Tapfer; treasurer, Mrs. Victor
Labor Zionist Institute. Chairman Lavetter; chaplain, Mrs. Harry
is Eva Gertzman. Frances Shayne Portnoy; and secetaries, Mes-
will install the re-elected officers. dames Milton Herman, Norman
A musical program will be pre- Goodman, Al Sherman, Roy Fore-
sented by Ruth Goldman with man, Aaron Margolis, Ben Wein-
Hope Dewey, accompanist. Re- I stock and A. Krieger. Mrs. Emil
becca Warren and Bessie Litwar Spilman is toastmistress.
are hostesses. • • *
NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP-
, = *
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi TER CARIH President Mrs. blur-

Mothers March to Combat Deadly Muscular Dystrophy

The Mother's March Against
Time-30,000 mother and teen vol-

will be found for them before it's

too late."
Each volunteer will have a spe-
cial badge identifying her as a
1969 volunteer. Additional volun-
Southfield. Officers to be installed
Harold Dempster, chapter presi- teers may call March Against Time
are Mesdames Albert Burstein,
dent of the Greater Detroit-South- headquarters, 961-5400.

CHILDREN UNLIMITED will unteers for the fight against mus-
hold its installation luncheon 12:30 cular dystrophy—is scheduled for
p.m. June 18 at the Holiday Inn, Tuesday evening.

president; Myron Schecter, vice
eastern Michigan Muscular Dys-
president; Irving Siporin and Ben
A married man forms married
trophy Association, said generous
Daniels; fund-raising chairmen;
responses "can help science give habits and becomes dependent on
Jack Goldberg and Samuel Colum-
some youngster a fighting chance marriage just as a sailor becomes
bus, membership retention; Ger-
for life. More than 200,000 Ameri- dependent on the sea. — George
son Lacoff, program; Marvin Sel-
cans have muscular dystrophy, and
Bernard Shaw.
lins, treasurer; Louis Blitz, corres-
right here in the Detroit area more
ponding secretary; Jack Horowitz,
than 300 children are depending
recording secretary; and Saul
upon us. The funds we raise pay
Schwartz, parliamentarian. For
for the costly treatments and ap-
11//,/,
ticket information, call Marge
pliances they need; at the same
4.70_
Siporin, 353-2839, or Dotty Sch- time, a large part of this money
wartz. UN 3-3342.
goes to research that's being car-
ried out around the world. Re-
MONTEFIORE LODGE will search is the one hope that a cure
meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Wom-
ens City Club. Election of officers
FROM THE
Women, will hold a luncheon meet- I ray Shapiro, announces that the will be held. Hostesses for the eve-
annua
Award
Luncheon
will
be
annual
ing will be Mesdames Joseph
ing noon Wednesday at Cong.
held noon Wednesday
at North- Max Bonin Harry Rice
Shomrey Emunah, sponsored
by Camden,
Inn. The luncheon honors and Morris Wolk.
SlEir/VICOUR
Mrs. Milton Winston. Mrs. Hen- wood
Leather Shop, Inc.
women
who
worked
during
the past
I
rietta Kelman will distribute
KAPLAN.
Mother in Israel charms. Plans years to raise funds for the Chil-
PARKWOOD
CHAPTER, Wom-
Asthma Research Institute
,
and Co.
are under way for the June 25 ; dren's
and Hospital, a free nonsectarian en s American ORT, President
donor luncheon.
I haven for intractable asthmatic Mrs. Herman Berlin invites guests
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
= •
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER, children. Allergists throughout the to the installation and honor roll
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Pioneer Women, will meet noon ! United States are working in co- luncheon noon Wednesday at the
15738 LIVERNOIS
operation with CARIH research- Town and Country Club. A music-
DI 1-5515
Monda
y at the Labor Zionist In- ers to find vaccines for asthma al program will be featured. Pro-
25250 GREENFIELD
stitute. Mildred Gelfand will pre-
gram chairman is Mrs. David Re-
OAK PARK, MICH. 548-5590
allergic
diseases.
Dr.
Constan-
sent the slate of officers. Reva
! tine Fathers, head of CARIH, said disch. Mrs. Sidney Berlin will in-
Schoichit will present a reading.
last mouth that more progress has stall as president, Mrs. Daniel
Refreshments will be served.
been made in asthma research in Goldman; vice presidents, Mes-
Guests are invited.
dames Bernard Allaun, Jack Dia-
the
te last five years then in all the
• s
s •
years before. Mrs. Allen Levin. mond, Louis Gottlieb, A. Schwartz
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN president of Michigan Council, and George Seid; treasurer, Mrs.
vice !
report on the latest achieve- Max Reisman; secretaries, Ales-
WELFARE ORGANIZATION Pres-
s '
ident Mrs. Jack Seder in
k
at CARLH. Douglas De- dames Ben Bonin, William Klafer,
Klaper; and parliamen-
They're our principal interest in life. We want to sell and
friends to a victory luncheon meet- ! moots
all -es, supper club performer, a_nd.
Mrs. Morton
H
ing oo n Monday at Cong. Ezras Makes,
n ochman.
service furs when you need them. That's why we offer:
entertain. Guests are invited. tartan, rs. orton
For
Achim.
For reservations, call Mrs. Albert , reservations, call Mrs. Walter
• * s
8-7864, or Mrs. Shapiro, Cohen, 353-7313, or Mrs. Seid, 545-
IN MODERN SCIENTIFIC VAULTS
Dunn, LI
1676.
CALORIE-COUNTERS CLUB. a 398-2680
Still Reasonable
Y' 4 7'
'
nonprofit group of women dedicat-
* • •
BY FURRIER'S METHOD
ed to the battle of the bulge, in- ; HANITA CHAPTER. Pioneer NORTHWEST CHILD RESCUE
Still Reasonable
Vites prospective members to call Women, will install Mrs. Israel WOMEN's final "drop off" meet-
TO BRING STYLES UP TO DATE
secretary Mrs. Fred Holtz, 862- Pine as president. Mrs. Harry Jan- ing will be held noon Tuesday at
Still Very Reasonable
6935. ower as executive vice president the home of Mrs. Sol Lesnick,
• • *
and other officers 8 p.m. Monday 20624 Knob Woods, Southfield.
FREDRICK OF
s * •
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD will at Greenfield's Restaurant, Oak
hold its 34th installation of officers Park.
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
* * *
8 p.m. Thursday in the social hall.
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP will p.m.
STUDY
GROUP
will
meet of 3:30
IN
Mrs. Morris Sandubrae will pre-
Saturday
at the
home
Mrs.
as chairman, and Mrs. Joshua hold its annual installation of offi- Eli Cohen, 17303 Indiana. Rabbi
19329 LIVERNOIS, NEAR CAMBRIDGE
862-2566
S. Sperka will install the following cers luncheon noon Tuesday at Cohen is featured speaker.
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= • •
officers: Mesdames Edward Solo_ Town and Country Club. Newly
mon, president: Harold Tobin, Mil. elected officers are Mesdames Ed-
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
ton Herman and Philip Bolton, vice win Roth, president; Nathan Peiss
Katz, vice presidents; CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
presidents: Jack Bilsky, treasurer; and Nathan
Katz and Bernard Gordon, meet 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Isadore Katz. Mason I. Himelhoch Sam
home of Mrs. Alex Ungar, 19944
and Alan Weiner, secretaries; and case chairmen; and Norman Jaf- Stansbury. Rabbi Shaiall Zach-
Harry Koltonow, chaplain. Refresh- fee. Norman Rosen, Gilbert Boren- ariash will speak.
meat will be served. Husbands and stein, Jack Homer and Dorothy
Goldman, secretaries. Also to be
friends are invited.
installed are memorial chairman, Heinz Family Adopts
s • *
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi Mrs. Gene Lemberg; happy day
fund, Mrs. Jack Serling; sunshine 2 New Condiments
Women, will meet for its annual chairmen, Mrs. Harry Kruman and
The Heinz Ketchup family has
officer installation 8:30 p.m. Wed- Mrs. Ray Redlick; community re- two new members: Ketchup with
nesday at the home of Mrs. An- lations, Mrs. Fred Miller; and Onions and Ketchup with Pickle
drew Freier, 28260 Bell, Southfield. delegate, Mrs. Maurice Shepherd.
IRV
SOL
Mrs. Simon Murciano will install Following installation ceremonies, Relish.
Marked with the encircled U of
officers. Elaine Yaffe, singer, will a fashion show will be presented.
the
Union
of
Orthodox
Jewish
Con-
be guest artist.
of the recovery ship which picked up our incredible
For reservations, call Mrs. Nathan gregations of America, the condi-
• • •
Peiss, 548-1888.
ments feature the traditional Heinz
astronauts
after their return from the moon! It is only
*

*
STUDY
CLUB
will
install
NEW
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD Tomato Ketchup recipe. Bits of
officers at a noon luncheon Wed-
natural; 'cause it's namesake THE PRINCETON SHOP
real
onion
or
tangy
pickle
relish
nesday at the Clock Restaurant, STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
is also famous for helping guys who are "out of this
West Seven Mile Rd. Mrs. Lottie Saturday at the home of Mrs. offer a convenient way to enhance
Sweetwine will install Mrs. Max Charles Fine, 15121 Dartmouth, the flavors of beefburgers, frank-
world" . . .
furters,
fried
potatoes,
meat
loaves,
Stone as president; Mrs. Julian Oak Park. Guest speaker will be
stews, scrambled eggs and a host
Lazarov as vice president; and Rabbi Aaron Brander.
of
other
foods.
* * *
If you want the BEST selection of flare bottom slax-
Mrs. Robert Finkel, treasurer.
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM will
Mrs. Jean Lipkin is luncheon
The bottle closely resembles
try Princeton .. .
hold
a
special
meeting
noon
Mon-
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, but color-
chairman.
* s •
day at the home of Mrs. Sigmund coded labels identify these new
If you want the styled body shirts to complement your
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, Reifler, 25221 Rue Versailles, Oak ketchups.
will hold a mother and daughter Park...The installation June 10 at
flares—try Princeton .. .
luncheon noon Wednesday at the the Boardwalk Restaurant, will be
Labor Zionist Institute. Chana discussed. For reservations, call
Inchlin will speak and install Mrs. Milton Ribiat, 273-1955.
If you want the now generation's accessory list—try
* * *
newly elected officers. Guests are
Princeton!
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
invited.
Detroit Council of Pioneer Wom-
* *
will hold its installation of officers
en,
at
its
recent
installation
tea
SHARON G R 0 U P, Hadassah, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the syna-
REMEMBER—FATHER'S DAY—JUNE 15
will hold an installation luncheon gogues. Luncheon will be served. saw Mrs. Aaron Katzman installed
Celebrating its first birthday noon Mrs. Morrey Mendelson will pre- as president.
He's A Swinger Too!
Vice presidents are Mesdames
June 10 at the home of Mrs. sent musical selections. Newly
Sam
Fishman,
executive;
Sam
Arthur Shuster, 27865 Arlington, elected officers are Mesdames
Southfield. Mrs. Jack Perlman will Stewart Kepes, president; Fred Wasserman and Moe Saslove,
be the installing officer. Sharon Sklarchyk, Lawrence G o r o s h; funds; Victor Ross, education; and
Group areas include Sharon Mea- Charles Isackson, Harvey Pollock Gerald Goldberg, organization.
dows, Country Corners, Beacon and Jules Kutner, vice presidents; Mrs. Philip Field is treasurer; and
Square, Mount Vernon, Balmoral Leo Schwartz, treasurer; Sidney secretaries are Mesdames Alvin
Court and Tanglewood. Friends are Kling and Edmund Kahn, secre- Gale, David Marks, Beatrice New-
20072 W. 7 Mile,
Evergreen
KE 3-4310
mark, Sarah Rubin, Herman
invited. For reservations, call Shir- tarle.si and .......
tartan.
Kanter and Sarah Levin.
ley Shultz, 358-5577.

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