CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a general
meeting 8 p.m. Monday at the
Raleigh Houie. Lillian Hicks, who
is affiliated with the Fisher Thea-
ter, will speak on "What's Hap-
pening on the Other Side of the
Curtain." Refreshments will be
served, and guests are welcome.
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CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Workmen's Circle
Center. Aaron A. Goff will speak
on "How Do We View Religion
Today?" Refreshments will be
served, and guests are welcome.
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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will honor Mrs. Aaron
Mason at a luncheon meeting noon
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Lillian Lublin, 9511 Lauder. Pro-
ceeds will go to Israel.
YOUNG ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the synagogue. Guest speaker will
be Lillian Hicks, director of the
speaker's bureau for the Fisher
CLUB will meet 7:30 p.m. Monday
at the . Zionist Cultural Center,
Southfield. Journal chairmen Mrs.
Joseph. Rodman and Mrs. Sam
Weinman request that all journal
insertions be brought to this meet-
ing. Hostesses will be Estelle Alter
and Mrs. Sam Dean.
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BETH ACHIM SISTERHOOD
will, bold an open board meeting
12:30 p.m. Monday at the syna-
gogue. Guests are welcome.
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SHERUTH LEAGUE will meet
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Whitehall
Apts., Southfield. Gerald Levin of
the Orchards, home for emotionally
disturbed children, will be guest
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KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet noon Nov. 2 at
the Workmen's Circle Center.
Adele Mondry will review the
book, "Beggar in Jerusalem" by
Eli WieseL Hostesses for the after-
noon will be Rose Tanner and Ruth
Kletnper. Guests are welcome.
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LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGA-
TION SISTERHOOD is sponsoring
a theater party 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1
at the Jewish Center. "Born Yes-
terday," starring Carol Duvall, will
be presented. For ticket informa-
tion, call Phyllis Blum, 422-7755,
or Arlene Kirsh, 261-6722.
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER
HOOD will hold its annual mem
bership luncheon 12:30 p.m
Wednesday in the synagogue so
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, October 23, 1970-27
We are pleased to announce that
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with over 40 years of designing and styling
, is now associated with us.
MR. PHIL BRICKER
cial hall. Mrs. David Cohen will
tell humorous Jewish stories.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold a social meet-
ing 2 p.m. Sunday at the home of
North of Birmingham Theatre
Free Parking • Open Thursday 'tll 9 p.m.
Member Greater Detroit Furrier Guild
Marilynn Moskowitz, 17592 Schae-
fer. Gifts will be awarded, and re-
freshments will be served. Presi-
dent Marilyn Klein announces that
dues and eye banks must be turned
in, and financial duties will be
NOON 'TIL 5
discussed at the meeting.
SHARON GROUP, Hadassah,
will attend the play "Born Yester-
day," starring TV personality
Carol Duvall, 8 p.m. Nov. 5 at the
Jewish Center. For ticket informa-
tion, call Mary Saidman, 353-4535.
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will sponsor a series of five
book reviews, starting 11 a.m. Nov.
3, with Sherry Wasserman. The
public is invited at no charge.
Luncheon will be available at a
nominal charge. According to Mrs.
Herbert Ebner, book review chair-
man, the other reviewers will in-
clude Rabbi Morton Kanter, Mrs.
Harold Nelson, Rabbi Richard C.
Hertz and Mrs. Harry Oberstein.
Co - chairman of the series is Mrs.
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, in-
vites friends to its meeting noon
Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle
Center. A program highlighting
needs in Israel will be featured.
Refreshments will be served.
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NORTHWEST DETROIT CHAP.
TER, Children's Asthma Research
Institute and Hospital, will present
color slides of art appreciation 8
p.m. Wednesday at the Field Art
Studio, Berkley. Refreshments will
be served and guests are welcome.
For information, call Mrs. Albert
Dunn, LI 8-7884.
tMAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will hold a luncheon meeting noon
Tuesday at Monte's Rathskeller.
Elazar to Give Lectures
on Current World Issues
The Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, is offering a series of 10
lectures on current issues by
United Hebrew Schools Superinten-
dent Albert Elazar, beginning 11
a.m. Wednesday in the Southfield
complex of the UHS.
Elazar will discuss major trends
in world affairs, with emphasis on
DAVID-HORODOKER WOMEN'S the political, economic and social
ORGANIZATION will meet noon background.
For information, call the UHS
Tuesday at Blazo's Restaurant,
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Schultz of McKinney Dr., Franklin
Miss Handelsman is a 'graduate
of Michigan State University and
received her masters degree in
education from the University of
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Wayne State University, attends
the Detroit College of Law.
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