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September 26, 1969 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-26

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DAVIDHORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will meet 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Ben Sklar, 25243 Rue Versailles,
Oak Park. Plans will be made for
ELIZABETH SCHLESINGER
the annual donor luncheon to be
Mr. and Mrs. Bela Schlesingi‘r held Dec. 9 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
of Independence Dr., Southfield,
announce the engagement of their
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women.
daughter Elizabeth Judith to Wil- will meet noon Wednesday at
liam Rubin LaKritz, son of Mr- Sholom Aleichem Institute. Guest
and Mrs. Irving LaKritz of Oxley- speaker will be Frieda Leemon, a •
$d., Southfield.
Pioneer Women national officer.
Miss Schlesinger is a senior at Lunch will be served, and donor
Eastern Michigan University. Mr. • and bulletin chairmen will distri-
LaKritz is a graduate of Detroit bute kits.
*
Institute of Technology.
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER.
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
'Intermarriage" Topic
Monday, at Sholom Aleichem Insti-
of Center Single Adults tute. Sarah Friedman, program
Rabbi Morton M Kanter, asso- chairman, announces Inez Silk will
ciate rabbi of Temple Beth El, review "Poverty—America's Para-,
will discuss "New Insights on In- , dos" by Sidney Lens. Refresh-
termarriage" at a meeting of the , ments will be served, and friends
Jewish Center's Single Adults 8:30 arc invited,
*
. p.m. Tuesday at the Center. Be-
SIIERUTH LEAGUE will hold a
cause of the general interest in the
topic, all singles are invited. A membership tea 12:15 p.m. Tues-
day at Whitehall Apartment club
social hour will follow.
For information, call the Cen- house in Southfield. Mrs. Irving
ter's group services division, DI Adler, membership chairman, has
arranged for a neckwear and ac-
24200.
cessories fashion show. Luncheon
will be served, and dues are pay-
able at the door.
*
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WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will meet noon
Monday at the home of Mrs. Jack
COUTURE-BOUTIQUE
Horowitz, 24350 Jerome, Oak Park.
CUSTOM DESIGNS
Plans for the open house at the
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
Northville State Hostpital chapel
ACCESSORIES
dedication will be discused.
* * *
HARVARD ROW MALL
PARKWOODS CHAPTER, Wom-
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en's American ORT, President Mrs.
Daniel Goldman, invites paid-up
353.7640
and new members to a luncheon
noon Wednesday at the Interna-
tionale Galerie of Art in Berkley.
For reservations, call Mrs. Ber-
nard Allaun, 644-7464, or Mrs.
David Redisch, 357-0258.
* *
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY AND
POST, American Legion, recently
INC honored member Marion Tenne-
baum with the American Legion
membership citation. Mrs. Tenne-
OF HARVARD ROW
baum, auxiliary secretary, has
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LADIES of YESHIVATH BETH
YEIII'DAII and WOMEN'S SAB-'.
BATH LEAGUE will hold a Sukkot
meeting noon Monday at Cong.
Shomrey Emanunah. Hostess for
the luncheon preceding the meet-
ing will he Mrs. Rose Bielewich.
Guests arc invited. Mrs. Milton
Winstno, president announces that
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cottler will
again sponsor the annual donnor
luncheon Oct. 28, of which Mrs.
Leo Laufer is chairman.

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Friday, September 26, 1969-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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353-3284

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women
will hold a Sukkot celebratiol
meeting noon Tuesday at the Slio
lent Aleichem Institute. Philip Its
ber, who recently returned from a
trip in Israel, will be guest speak-
er. Refreshments will be served,
and guests are invited.

FRIENDS OF HILLEL DAY
SCHOOL announces an opening
meeting 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Morris L. Scha-
ver, 25259 Ingleside, Southfield.
Highlighting the program will be a
talk by Mrs. Morris Adler, "Wom-
an to Woman—Tell It Like It Is."
Also the Chabad traveling sukka
(sukkamobile) will be parked on
the grounds for all to visit. Paul
Ilimmelhoch, Hiller executive di-
rector, will present a progress re-
port on the new building under
construction in Farmington. Mrs.
Moses Lehrman will be chairman
of the day, and Mrs. Jerome Scho-
stak will deliver the opening pray-
er. A dessert luncheon will he
served, and friends are invited.
Mrs. Henry Bogorad is program
chairman and Mrs. Richard Guns-
berg, membership chairman.
* *
FANNIE . GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will hold a
board meeting noon Oct. 6 at the
home of Mrs. Charles Lewis,
17204 Adrian, Southfield. Plans for
the rummage sale to be held Nov.
18 will be discussed.

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For information, call the chair
Community Center. •
The public is invited to the man of programs, Betty Weinbet g.
event, inaugurating the organiza- 341-9-143.
tion's eighth season.
George Grosset and his orches-
tra will provide the music for
dancing.
The evening will include social
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DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, President Mrs. Henry
Soloman will host the annual
president's tea 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at her home, 23610 Church,
Oak Park. Co-hostess is Mrs.
David Shuster. A film will be
shown by Mrs. Albert Kramer con-
cerning her recent trip to Israel.
Friends are invited. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Soloman, LI 6-5269.
* * *
CO-OPERATIVE C O U N C I L,
League of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations, chairman, Mrs. Jo-
seph Viedrah, invites presidents
and case workers of the council
to meet 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Abe Bookstein,
10760 Corning, Oak Park.

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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS needs volunteers for
the annual "Tag Day - Oct. 7, 8,
and 12. Mrs. Lawrence Benderoff,
vice-president of fund raising, asks
anyone wishing to help contact
Mrs. Ernest Lewis, chairman.
358-1353. Funds raised are used to
support City of Hope's National
Medical Center.
* * *
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a
luncheon meeting 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs Sam
Baker, 16180 Oxley, Southfield.

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For the fifth consecutive year.
i the docent committee of the Found-
: ders Society, Detroit Institute of
! Arts, will present "Afternoon of
Art" on Tuesday and Wednesday
afternoons Oct. 22-April 29. Groups
as small as eight persons and as
large as 80 can be accommodated.
The afternoon begins at 12:15 with
•a salad luncheon served in the
Rivera Court.
Following lunch, small groups
are formed for hour-long tours
through the newly renovated Amer
lean wing of the museum. There
is no charge for the docent-con-
ducted tours.
This year's "Afternoon of Art"
is an entirely new tour featuring
the museum's American collection
housed in the Robert Tannahill
' Wing, opened in June. The tour
includes examples from the early
Colonies through the 19th Century.
For reservations or information.
groups should contact Mrs Caro-
lyn Goodrich, 832-3488. between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday.

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