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June 11, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 11, 1971-29

Women's Club activities

UNITED ORDER TRUE SIS-
TERS, INC., Detroit 41, announces
a "Have a Happy Day" birthday
luncheon, celebrating the group's
19th birthday, 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Black Forest Inn, Royal Oak.
As an innovation, husbands are in-
vited by Mrs. Barney Ross, presi-
dent. Mrs. Paul Cavaler, chairman
of the luncheon, has arranged "in-
ternational entertainment." For
tickets and information, call Mrs.
Cavaler, 354 5841. True Sisters is
instrumental in helping medically
indigent cancer patients through
grants to Detroit Memorial and
William Beaumont hospitals, volun-
teer and monetary services to visu-
ally handicaped children in the
Detroit public schools, presentation
of artificial kidney machines and
an aspirator to the Michigan Can-
cer Foundation and aids to civic
and community organizations.

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ROSENWALD LADIES AUXILI-
ARY American Legion, will hold
its annual luncheon and games
party 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Prizes
and entertainment will be featured,
with proceeds going to charity.
Guests are invited. For informa-
tion, call Lydia Slakter, VE 6-8174;
or Marion Tennebaum, 533-7635.

CHILDREN UNLIMITED w i 1 I
hold its annual installation lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Knob-in-the-Woods clubhouse.
Friends are welcome. For reserva-
tions and donation, call Caroline
Goldberg, 353-8998.

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Kinneret Chapter, Pioneer Wom-
en, will close its year's activities
'with an installation luncheon noon
Monday at the
Workmen's Circle
Center. Ruth
Goldman will
lead in the sing-
ing of the na-
tional anthems.
Kinneret's first
president, Fran-
ces Driker, will
install the follow-
ing: Rebecca Co-
hen, president;
Lilly Stollman,
Bessie L it w a k, Mrs. Cohen
Sarah Kanter, Ruth Gosman and
Frances Driker, vice presidents;
Rebecca Warren, advisory and
dues chairman; Eva Gertzman,
Frances Shayne, Bessie Kutnick,
Rose Tenner and Bell Halperin,
secretaries; and Sophie Tatelman,
treasurer. Mesdames Cohen and
Stollman are luncheon sponsors.
* * *
NORTHGATE CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon Mon-
day at Northgate Apartments rec-
reation hall. Becky Goldberg, pres-
ident of the Pioneer Women Detroit
Council, will be guest speaker.
Clara Sherizen, president, invites
guests. Refreshments will be
served.

RIVERCREST GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will hold an installation meet-
ing noon Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Sydney Bluestone, 23270
Laurel Valley, Southfield. Mrs.
Reuben Bienstock will be the in-
stalling officer. The program will
include a musicale and fashion
show.
* * *
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will hold
its annual installation luncheon
noon Monday at Stouffer's North-
land Inn. Mrs. Harvey E. Sibrack,
chairman of the day, advises that
the election and installation will
take place, the slate to be present-
ed by Mrs. Louis P. Miller, imme-
diate past president. Highlighting
the program will be the Music
Study Club Choral Group, under
the direction of Dan Frohman,
accompanied by Mrs. Norman Al-
lan. Guests are welcome. For res-
ervations, call Mrs. Joel Faust,
358-0710; Mrs. Henry Gall, 476-
1419; Mrs. Morris Rosman, 356-
8063; or Mrs. Henry Weinberg,
538-1063.
* * *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual white
elephant sale and luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Country Corners
Apartment clubhouse. Proceeds
will go to the child rescue fund.
4 Friends are welcome.

House of Living Rooms

To Our Valued Friends:

Irving Rosen, N.S.I.D., has just come back from a Euro-
pean buying trip. We are inviting you to see the most unusual
collection of imported decorative accessories, antique and con-
temporary oil paintings, furniture, and designer lamps.
We also have one of the largest fabric displays and deco-
rator styled wallpaper samples in Michigan.
Just wander through, browse, make an afternoon of it. Be
our guest for coffee and cookies.
You'll find a visit to the House of Living Rooms a. most
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City of Hope. Chairman is Mrs.
Murray Weintraub.

The 25 and Up Singles will hold
a cocktail party 9 p.m. today at
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP will the King's Arms Lounge. All single
have its annual installation lunch- adults are welcome. For informa-
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the tion, call Henrietta Lewis, LI 6-0903.
Kingsley Inn. Officers are: Mes-
dames Emanuel Shapiro, presi-
dent; Harry Antman, Samuel Bale
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and Manny Kamen, vice presi-
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dents; Joseph Rubin, treasurer;
Irving Baker, Jack Homer, Charles
Hoptman and Miss Elaine Wag-
m a n n, secretaries. Committee
leaders are Mesdames Norman
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For reservations, call Mrs. Harry
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Is Back From Vacation

Temple Israel Sisterhood saw
Mrs. Morton Roth installed as
president at a recent luncheon in-
stallation. Mrs. Elmer Raskin, re-
. tiring sisterhood
president, made
a presentation to
Temple President
Bernard E. Lin-
den, of another
cash installment
toward siste r-
h o o d's $75,000
pledge for a youth
facility f or the
new temple build-
Mrs. Roth
ing. Mrs. Roth
has been adviser to the Temple
Youth Group for almost eight
years, four of them as sisterhood
vice president of youth. The wife
of Dr. Morton Roth, she has three
children.

BETH_ ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will hold an installation of officers
12:30 p.m. Monday in the syna-
gogue social hall. Petite luncheon
will be served, followed by a mu-
sical dramatization by Rabbi Israel
Halpern and Cantors Shabtai
Ackerman and Israel Fuchs. New
officers are: Mesdames Sherman
Fisher, president; Raymond Dunn,
Harry Left and Hyman Goldstein,
vice presidents; Irving Michaels,
treasurer; and Henry Thumin,
Mina Rubin, Sabina Singer, Sidney
Golden and Phil Freedman, secre-
taries. Chairmen of the day are
Mrs. Isaac Temenhouse and Mrs.
Singer.

SOUTHWOOD CHAPTER, Wom-
en's American ORT, will install
the following officers at its fifth
annual installation luncheon: Mes-
dames Fred Walters, president;
Leonard Dennison, Leonard Reid-
er, Ben Brant, Howard Ehrlichman
and Leroy Helfman, vice presi-
dents; Paul Karr, Irwin Goren
and Gerald Mandell, secretaries;
and Elliott Zeldes, treasurer.

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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold its annual
victory dinner 6:30 p.m. Monday
at the • Raleigh House. More than
100 women will be honored for
their service to the organization.
The event marks the end of the
season's fund raising, with pro-
ceeds to be sent to the "New
Horizons" program at the City of
Hope. A skit will follow the awards
presentations. Among the guests
will be former Councilman Mary

Singles. Invited to Party

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB recently installed the fol-
lowing officers: Freda Neiman,
president; Belle Cohen and Nellie
Brown, vice presidents; Mary Na-
dek, Martin Nitzkin and Doris
Rosenbaum, secretaries; and Rose
Shapiro, treasurer. Committee lead-
ers are Rose Aaron, Mary May-
sels, Estelle Alter, Tillie Jacobson,
Eva Rivkin and Fay Margolis. A
meeting will be held 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the Zionist Cultural Center.
Plans for the 37th annual donor
luncheon will be discussed. Re-
freshments will be served, and
husbands are welcome.

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