Friday, February 13, 1970 23
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
omen's Chub activities I Jr. Division Women Work on Campaign
MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF DE-
TROIT President Mrs. Joseph M.
Markel announces a meeting 12:15
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Max Bardenstein, 19103
Birchridge, Southfield, will feature
"Our Own Composers" and pay
honor to new members. Composers
Geraldine Schwartz and Elaine Le-
enbom, members of Music Study
Club, will have their works illus-
trated at this meeting by Helen
Kerwin, pianist, Sylvia Starkman,
oboist, and Annette Chajes, mezzo-
toprano, accompanied by Roberta
Scher. Mrs. Schwartz, a graduate of
Wayne State University, studied
piano and voice nd has been com-
posing since age 6. Elaine Leben-
born, a graduate of the University
of Michigan, won the Michigan
Composers Contest in 1955. Helen
Kerwin, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, is both pianist
and teacher. Sylvia Starkman, a
performing oboist, taught for 10
years at Stevens College, Iowa.
Mrs. Chajes has appeared in
concert and opera, and her ac-
companist, Roberta Scher, teaches
music in the Royal Oak Public
Schools. Chairman of the day will
be Mrs. Herbert S. Eskin.
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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS' valentine party chair-
man Mrs. Irving Hershman, in-
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
Secretary Lilian Levin and her
committee invite guests to meet
noon Wednesday at Sholom Alei-
chem Institute to celebrate Jewish
Music Month. Cecile Plafkin will
discuss Ruth Rubin's book "The
Voices of a People" and will play
Jewish folk melodies. Brunch
will be served.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
will hold a review and breakfast
program 10 a.m. Monday at the
temple. Cantor Arthur Asher will
review "The Temple" by Arkady
Leokum. Nominal admission.
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WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM
ORGANIZATION will meet noon
Monday at the home of Mrs. Ben
Yater, 19183 Meyers. The board
will meet at 10:30 a.m. President
Mrs. Louis Brown will preside.
Plans will be discussed for the
dedication of the Northville State
Hospital Jewish chapel, to take
place 2 p.m. March 15.
TOWERS G R 0 U P, Hadassah,
will hold a membership luncheon
noon Tuesday at the clubhouse of
Sutton Place Apartments. Mrs.
Emanuel Sarko, Hadassah chapter
vice president of memberhip, will
discuss Hadassah's role in the
community, and there will be dem-
vites friends to a square dance, onstrations on the program. The
'buffet supper and cake sale 8 p.m. luncheon is free for all members
Feb. 14 at Botsford Inn Coach who bring prospective members,
House. Jim Schultheis will lead but there is a nominal admission
the dancing. For tickets, call co- for those who come alone. For re-
chairman Mrs. Al Wermuth, 544- , servations, call Mrs. Florence
Burstein, 356-7992, or Mrs. Pauline
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, GREENFIELD - SH A EFER
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
GROUP, Hadassah, will hold tis
:Mt. Scopus benefit party noon TER, Women's American ORT,
Tuesday at Workmen's Circle Cen- will hold a 9:30 p.m. husbands'
ter. Luncheon, an afternoon of and wives' bowling party and mid-
dinner Saturday at Plum
games and prizes will be featur- night
ed. For information, call ticket Hollow Lanes, Southfield. For in-
call Mrs. Jack Oppen-
chairman Mrs. Isadore Levin, DI heim, 4744098,
or Mrs. Gerald
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GHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
BETH A CHI Li SISTERHOOD
Pioneer Women, will hold a lunch- will
hold its theater party at the
Con for the Israel Emergency Jewish
Center 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Fund noon Tuesday at Whitehall when Center
Theater will present
Apartments clubhouse. An after- "You Can't Take It With You," a
noon of games and prizes is being comedy by Kaufman and Hart. An
planned. Guests are invited.
afterglow arranged by Mrs. Jerome
Silberman will take place at the
DAVID HORODOKER WOM- new synagogue building in South-
EN'S ORGANIZATION will meet field. For tickets, contact Mrs. Leo
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home Gaspas, ticket chairman, 626-6795,
of Mrs. Anna Komisar, 13257 S. or Mrs. Abe ➢ eral, vice president
Norfolk. A luncheon is being plan- of ways and means, 358-2280.
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ned for March 17 at the home of
NEW STUDY CLUB President
Mrs. Sam Kogan, 23640 Radclift
Ave., Oak Park. For tickets and Mrs. Max Stone announnces a
information, call Mrs. Harry luncheon meeting for noon Wednes-
Schechter, EL 3-6674, or Mrs. Sam day at Workmen's Circle Center.
Guests are invited.
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Pioneer Women Plan Bond Drive
LIVONIA GROUP, Hadassah,
will hear a book review given by
Mrs. Leo Kepes on "The God-
father" by Mario Puzo 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Clif-
ford Rogers, 28840 Rockledge,
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, will meet noon
Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel to
hear Mary Hunter of the Detroit
Public Library review a current
book. Mrs. Lil Varnen, vice presi-
dent, will be assisted by Mrs. Jonas
Targow, hostess. Friends are in-
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DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will hold its annual
spring rummage sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Thursday at the Ferndale Women's
Club. Proceeds will help under-
SHERUTH LEAGUE President
Mrs. David Goldstein invites guests
to a meeting 12:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Joe Fetter,
23035 Valley Crest, Southfield.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Cong.
Bnai Moshe will speak about Is-
rael. Dessert luncheon will be
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BETH HILLEL SISTERHOOD
invites guests to a luncheon and
games party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the synagogue. For reservations,
call Mrs. Bert Westheimer, EL 6-
2339. Nominal admission.
neret; Mrs. Jack Gosman, Council Israel Bond co-chairman; Mrs.
Council president; and Mrs. Jack
Aaron Katzman, Pioneer Women's Brandeis;
standing, Mrs. Norman
Berent, Israel Bond chairman of
Leemon, Jewish National Fund chairman for women and youth; Mrs.
Rebecca Krasnow; Mrs. Moe Saslove, who hosted a leadership recep-
tion; and Mrs. Michael Michlin, president and Israel Bond chairman
of Club One.
conferred after their recent meeting to work out details on their part
in the drive. They are (from left) Mrs. Robert Sorock, associate
chairman; Mrs. Robert Slatkin, vice chairman; Mrs. Sanford Passer
and Mrs. Joel Mahler, associate chairmen; Mrs. Robert J. Eisenberg,
chairman; and Mrs. Richard L. Komer, adviser.
Licks to Celebrate
Golden A /I IliVerSa ly
Book at Age 82 I Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Licht
At 82 Sophie Ruskay is still so
very active that her short stories
and plays gain an applauding read-
In her newest book, "The Jelly
Woman," published by A. S. Bar-
nes, she has incorporated a num-
ber of short stories, monologues
and a playlet.
She covers a lot of ground—
about Israel, Yiddish, the Nazi
terror and the survivors.
Her play, "We Built America
Too," had been presented in
Cedarhurst, N.Y., in 1954. The
theme is related to Colonial and
Revolutionary times and has Judah
Touro and Rabbi Gershon Seixas
in its cast of characters.
Already a great-grandmother,
Mrs. Ruskay's literary ambitions
have found fulfillment, and her
short stories and other writings
merit the interest and acclaim
of Coolidge Ave., Oak Park, will
celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary at a reception Satur-
day given by their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Licht and Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Licht, and seven
; Married in New York, the Lichts
have lived in Detroit for the past
half century. He owned and oper-
ated the Alexander Licht Co.,
ladies' and children's wholesale
clothing. They are members of
Cong. Bnai Moshe, and Mrs. Licht
belongs to European Welfare Or-
ganization, Home Relief Society
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
President Mrs. Chana Michlin an-
nounces a cultural meeting noon
Tuesday at Sholem Aleichem insti-
tute. Mrs. Adele Mondry will
speak of her recent trip to Israel
and Moetzet Hapoalot, the Pioneer
Women in Israel. Refreshments
Psychoanalysis is the disease it
will be served, and friends are in-
purports to cure.
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Solo-
mon Cohen, 18514 Northlawn.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi David
Punctuality is a form of self-
-Robert Lynd i
NE GB AH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a paid-up mem-
bership tea noon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Hyman Greenberg,
24271 Condon, Oak Park. A wig
demonstration will be included in
the program. Guests are invited.
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INFANTS SERVICE GROUP will
meet 7 p.m. Feb. 23 at Whitehall
Apartments clubhouse. Members
are asked to bring journal entries
and make ticket reservations at
this dinner meeting, after which
games will be played.
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BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
will sponsor a Torah fund luncheon
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the syna-
gogue, during which Rabbi Sher-
win I. Wine will review "The Jew-
ish Mystique." Proceeds from the
luncheon will go to the Mathilde
Schecter Residence Hall Campaign.
For reservations, call Mrs. Sidney
Berg, 353-2919, or Mrs. Robert
Lewin, LI 6-4150.
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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Alec
Ungar, 13350 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Gerald
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Detroit Pioneer Women's Council is planning the annual Pioneer
Women's Israel Bond luncheon for Feb. 26. The planning committee
includes (from left) seated, Mrs. Rebecca Warren, president of Kin-
The leadership of the junior division's women's special gift sec-
tion of the 1970 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
SISTERS OF ZION Mizrachi
Women, will have a social meeting
noon Wednesday at Cong. Shomrey
Emunah. Luncheon will be served.
Guests invited.' Social hostess Mrs.
Gussie Cardash will be assisted by
City of Hope Club to Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope, will meet 8 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Sarah Fishkind,
17616 Sorrento. Plans for the an-
nual games night fund-raising to be
held May 27 will be discussed. A
social hour will follOw the'rneeting.
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