TIN DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
SHARON GROUP, Hadassah,
HEIGHTS GROUP, Hadassah,
will present Rabbi Gerald A. Tel- will
hold a luncheon noon Tues-
ler of Cong. Shaarey Zedek speak- day at the home of Mrs. Harvey
ing on "The You You're Hiding," Weisberg, 24675 Santa Barbara,
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Southfield. Attorney Albert M. Col-
Mrs. Arthur Schuster, 27865 Arl- man will speak on "What Every
Woman Should Know About the
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Law and Women's Rights."
VILLAGE GROUP, Hadassah,
will hold a Hanuka party 7 : 30
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
p.m. Wednesday at the Sutton the Eastern Star, will hold meet
Place club house. For informa- 7:45 p.m. Monday at Eureka Tem-
tion, call Mrs. Ben Monast, 356- ple. Refreshments will be served.
9026. Friends are invited. A
dessert luncheon meeting
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
will be held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Women, will hold a luncheon meet-
at the home of Mrs. Manford Col- ing 12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
bert, 24670 Santa Barbara. South. of Mrs. Berl! Bloom, 21981 Ridge-
field. A book review on "Zelda" dale, Oak Park. There will be a
and "Love Story" will be given makeup demonstration. Guests are
by Mrs Dorina Tlasenvia, South- welcome.
field librarian. Donation.
CHILDREN UNLIMITED will
Wednesday at the
TICAL ASSOCIATION LADIES home of Marge Siperin, 21175 Poto-
Lillian Hicks of
AUXILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. the Fisher Theater will speak on
Michael Wainer, 27156 Fairfax,
Southfield. Reports by Mrs. Sam invited.
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Kaplan, dinner-dance chairman,
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
and Mrs. Asher Smith, book chair-
man, will be given. A mini-lunch- STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
eon will be served.
Ida Weisberg, 15170 Kenton. Rabbi
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CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER, Eli Freedman • will
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
Monday at the Workmen's Circle
Center. Harold Berke, of the Jew- STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
ish Welfare Federation, wilt speak p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
on "The Situation in Israel To. Joseph Hirsh, 17610 Indiana. The
day." Refreshments will be served speaker will be
a e a
and guests are invited.
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WOMEN'S GOLDEN RULE AID
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD's SOCIETY will hold its luncheon
Israeli Hanuka evening will be noon Thursday at the Jewish Cen-
held at 8 p.m. Dec. 14 in the ter. Refreshments have been do-
social hall. The lathe party will nated by Mrs. • Norman
include entertainment and Israeli
BIRMINGHAM and FRANKLIN
dancing by the Harriet Berg
Young Dancers Guild. There is GROUPS, Hadassah, will view a
no admission charge, and husbands travelogue on Israel, narrated by
a member of the El Al Airlines
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staff, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD home of Mrs. Sheldon Sandweiss,
will present the third of six 32375 Lahser, Birmingham. Coffee
breakfast-book reviews 10 a.m. and cake will be served.
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Monday in the social hall. Sherry
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
Wasserman, librarian at the Oak
Park Public Library, will review HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Monday
the book. "The Goy" by Mark at the synagogue. Arrangements
Harris. Chairman Mrs. Bernard for the Dec. 19 Hanuka party will
E. Linden says that tickets will be be made. Mrs. Gilbert Miller will
available at the door or at the be the hostess.
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Temple office, UN 3-7769. Groups
may reserve tables.
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LEAGUE will hold its annual
CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL, Hanuka Package Party 8 p.m.
League of Jewish Women's Organ- Monday at the home of Mrs. Jack
izations, will hold its monthly Carmen, 15178 Fairfax, Southfield.
meeting 9:30 a.m. Thursday at The co-hostess will be Mrs. Eli
the home of Mrs. Jack Aaron, Cohen.
23560 Church, Oak Park. Mrs. Jo-
seph Viedrah, chairman, says that
arrangements will be discussed Great Lakes Women
for the Hanuka party Dec. 29 for
patients of the Plymouth State Planning Luncheon
Home, Ypsilanti, Lapeer. Wayne
County General and Northville With Yiddishe Ta'am
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The annual luncheon of Great
NORTHEAST CHAPTER, Wom- Lakes Chapter, Women's Branch
en's American ORT, will hold its Union of Orthodox Congregations,
paid up membership luncheon at will be held noon Dec. 16 at the
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the home Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
The luncheon will feature the
of Mrs. Harold Kukes, 19485 Suf-
folk, announces Mrs. Milton J. newest foods under the supervision
Miller, president. Psychologist and of the Union of Orthodox Congre-
columnist Dr. Sonya Friedman gations, carrying the OU endorse-
will speak on "Maybe You're ment.
Prizes will be awarded and
What's Wrong with America!!"
Mrs. Irvin Kurtz, national vice "Yiddish Bingo" will be played.
president, will report on the na- On the arrangements committee
tional board conference held in are Mesdames Harry Blitz, M.
Duchan and David J. Cohen.
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There will be a nominal charge.
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer For reservations, call the presi-
Women, will hold a luncheon dent, Mrs. Seymour Ribiat, 547-
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the 2773, or Mrs. Kurt Hertz, 544-9222.
Gallery Art Center, Berkley. The
Javelle reproductions will be dis- Sheruth League to Hold
cussed and illustrated. Mrs. Israel
Pine, president, requests that res- Donor Lunch, Art Show
ervations be made by calling Mrs.
Sheruth League will hold its 24th
Emanuel Salinger, program chair-
man, 626-8676. Guests are welcome. annual donor luncheon noon Wed-
nesday at the Raleigh House. An
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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD art show and auction will be pre-
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile Area) sented.
The primary function of Sheruth
will meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Betzalel Gott- League is to provide camp scholar-
for underprivileged and emo-
lieb, 13651 Kenwood. Rabbi Gott-
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Friday, December 4, 1970-23
Silverbrooke's First Event to Be Pot-Luck Dinner
Silverbrooke Chapter, the new- ing program.
est affiliate of Women's American
Tickets will include admission
ORT (Organization for Rehabilita- and dinner. For tickets, call Mrs.
tion through Training), will hold a Robert Bayer, 398-5737.
pot-luck dinner and blind auction
8 p.m. Dec. 12 at Parkway Apart-
Silverbrooke is the 25th chapter
of ORT in the Detroit area, and
Distinctive Party Plassiag
this will be its first fund-raising
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