DET1t01f *WW1 NEWS
Friday, Nevslabor 13, 1970-27
Primrose Donor Set
Primrose Benevolent Club will
NEGBAH CHAPTER., P Ione er hold its annual donor luncheon noon
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
SUBURBAN HILLS CHAPTER,
will feature a breakfast and book Women's American ORT, will pre- YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB- Women, will bold a social meeting Tuesday at the Raleigh House.
review 10:00 a.m. Monday at the sent a fashion revue and panel BATH LEAGUE will hold a victory noon Wednesday at the home of
The national anthem wilrbe sung
synagogue. For the second in a discussion at an open meeting for luncheon noon Wednesday at Shom- Mrs. Sol Schwartz, 22121 Harding, by Mrs. Harry Kaufman; and the
series of six book reviews, broad- husbands and wives 8 p.m. Wednes- rey Emunah Synagogue, announces Oak Park. Mrs. Betty Kromirs will invocation pronounced by past pres-
caster Evelyn Orbach will speak day at the Somerset Mall party Mrs. Leo Laufer, president. The give a speak on her recent trip to ident Mrs. Samuel Nadek. After
on the novel, "Teitelbaum's Win- room. Furs, fashions and footgear luncheon will be sponsored by Mrs. the Soviet Union. Guests are in- lunch, there will be a fashion show
dow" by Wallace Markfield. Mrs. will be modeled, and fashion co- Esther Gold in honor of her birth- vited.
and many prizes awarded.
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Orbach, director of broadcasting ordinator Lynn Portnoy will be day. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
for the Jewish Community Council commentator. Afterward, a Panel Shaiall Zachariash. Hostesses are
and chairman of the Interfaith of American Women, an interfaith, Mesdames Walter Epstein, Gussie Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
Broadcasting Commission, is win- interracial group of women dedi- Cardash, Rose Bielewich, Becky ing 12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
Folk Singer & Guitarist
ner of the 1970 Gabriel Award for cated to furthering brotherhood Gendelman and Mendel Stark. of Mrs. Irving Weiner, 27310 Fair-
Weddings, Bar Mitzva's
fax, Southfield. Frank Rath will
excellence in broadcasting. She will discuss prejudice. Mrs. Arthur Guests are welcome.
all Happy Occasions
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will act in Honniger's "King Da- Schlesinger Jr., social assistance
review Saul Bellow's "Mr. Sander's
vid" at Oakland University in De- chairman for ORT, will present
JEWISH HOME FOR AGED Planet."
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cember. For tickets, call the tem- "The Story of Our Intention."
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY will hold
ple office, 863-7769. Groups seeking
a "member bring new members"
reservations may call Mrs. Ber-
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at Bor-
nard Linden, book review chair-
man Hall. Mrs. Sheldon Fishman,
president, announces the program
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will be "Prologue to a Play," pre-
HILLEL DAY SCHOOL PARENT-
sented by the Center Theater mo-
TEACHER ORGANIZATION will
bile unit. It will include a color
Because Thanksgiving will be
hear psychologist Dr. George
film providing a glimpse into the
observed Thursday, Nov. 26,
Barahal, 1:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at the The Jewish News will go to
world of community theater. Ap-
school building. A petite luncheon
press a day early. Deadline for pearing in the program will be
will be served at 12:30 p.m. The
publicity copy will be noon Lorraine Ernst and Ethel Levine.
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public is invited. For information,
Friday, Nov. 20. Deadline for
call Mrs. Edward Kersch, 341-2518,
classified ads will be 1 p.m.
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
or Mrs. Leo Rosen, 353-7885.
Tuesday, Nov. 24. Copy that is Women, will hold an oneg Shebat
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CALL OUR KITCHEN AT
submitted past deadline will not 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
of Mrs. Manuel Salinger, 28737
Women, will hold a meeting in con-
Rockledge, Farmington. A book
junction with the 45th anniversary
review will be given by Mrs. Frank
Also Distinctive Party Planning
Rath, on the best seller "Mr. Sam-
of Pioneer Women noon Monday
By Andrew Rismann
at the Workmen's Circle Center. Asthma Research Institute and ler's Planet" by Saul Bellow.
Doris Fishman, president of De- Hospital, will hold an open meet- Guests are welcome. Mrs. Israel
troit Council for Pioneer Women, ing 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Pine is president of the group.
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will be guest speaker, announces Whitehall Apartments club house.
the program chairman, Ruth Gas- Dr. Bruce Danto, director of the
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man. A petite luncheon will be Suicide Prevention Center, will Children's Leukemia Foundation,
served. Hostesses will be Miriam speak on "Suicide in Youth." will present its eighth annual
Luncheon will be served, and square dance 8 p.m. Saturday at
Freeman and Ruth Gasman.
guests are welcome.
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the Odd Fellows Hall, Berkley.
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There will be gifts and refresh-
B A T Y A CHAPTER, Mizrachi
ments. For tickets and information,
Women, will meet 8 •.m. Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Murray Spil- STUDY GROUP will meet_ 2:30 call Mrs. H. L. Cohen, 356-7199.
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man, 28938 Glen Arden, Farming-
ton. Mrs. Ida Haske, of the South- Alex Ungar, 13350 Dartmouth.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
See over fifty displays of fine interiors—view
field Civic Library, will review the
will meet noon Wednesday at the
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our boutique, featuring accessories from around
books "Countdown in the Holy
Carlyle Towers, Southfield. Presi-
the world. Select from our Traditional, Modern,
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO- dent Jeanette Serling asks that
Land," "Love Story" and "Youth
Italian and Country French Collection . . . for
Against the World." President Mrs. CIETY LADIES' AUXILIARY will donor pledges be brought. Mrs.
living rooms, dining rooms, dens, bedrooms, etc.
Andrew Freier welcomes guests. hold a board luncheon meeting Morris Plafkin will present a book
Bring it all together beautifully with assistance
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noon Monday at the home of Mrs. review. Brunch will be served, and
from our professional design staff. Services
NEW STUDY CLUB will meet Nathaniel Sandler, 22251 Ivanhoe, guests are welcome.
available with all purchases.
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noon Wednesday at the Workmen's Southfield.
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Circle Center. Plans will be com-
ZEDAKAH CLUB will meet
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of noon Monday at Carlyle Towers
pleted for the annual donor lunch-
eon in December. Dessert lunch- the Eastern Star, will hold a spe- recreation room, Southfield. Mes-
cial meeting 7:45 p.m. Monday at dames Edward Sklar and David
eon will be served.
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Eureka Temple. Refreshments will Galin will host the luncheon.
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD be served.
Friends are invited.
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STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
GREATER DETROIT BUSINESS
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
SHERUTH LEAGUE, organiza-
Hugo Mandelbaum, 18460 Griggs. tion for underprivileged and emo- AND PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER,
The speaker will be Dr. Mandel- tionally disturbed children, will Women's American ORT, will meet
hold its next meeting for both hus- 8 p.m. Monday at the home of
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bands and wives 7:30 p.m. Nov, 24 Mrs. David Shepherd, 21741 Sussex,
215 W. FIFTH ST., ROYAL OAK 399-2600
MISHKAN ISRAEL Sisterhood at Whitehall Apartments club- Oak• Park. A demonstration and
Opaa Daily 10 to 9. Saturdays 10 to 5:30
will meet at the home of Mrs. house. A staff member of "Contact movie on the preparation of gin is
planned. Guests are welcome.
Rhona Summer, 22020 Cloverlawn, 10" will discuss the column.
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Oak Park, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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OAKFIELD CHAPTER, Women's
OAK PARK NSHE I CHABAD American ORT, will feature a bou-
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile area) tique night 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Carlyle Towers meeting room. The
the home of Mrs. Abraham Rothen- sale is open to the public.
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berg, 21721 Cloverlawn. Speaking
will be Rev. Rothenberg. _
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A musical matinee by violinist
Jerome Rosen and Israeli singer-
guitarist Ruth Gill will be featured
noon Wednesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, when the United Hebrew
Schools' Woman's Auxiliary holds
its annual fund-raising event.
A buffet-style petite luncheon will
be followed by the program, at
which Lawrence LaGore will be
Proceeds go toward Hebrew
studies scholarships and the UHS
Auxiliary President Mrs. Joseph
B. Kripke invites the public. For
information on contributors', pa-
trons' and sponsors' tickets, call
Mrs. George Gantz, 861-1315.
The auxiliary also announces it
is compiling data on the Hebrew
schools and its women's organiza-
tion, with the assistance of local
historian Irving I. Katz. Anyone
with old records or pictures, as
well as information, may call
Mrs. Kripke, 646-3295.
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Diamond Cutters & Importers
has moved to
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The Congress Building
1 Block South of 13 Mile Rd.