TIE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS
26—Friday, Fabettary 4, 1972
Susan Abrams to Marry
Mr. Miller in April
ORT Women Offer Bridge
141chigan Region, of Women's
American ORT presents duplicate
bridge at the Sutton Place club-
house the- first Thariday afternoon
of each month. Masterpoints are
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA AUXIL-
HEIGHTS GROUP, Hadassah, is awarded. For information, call
FIGHTERS will hold a board IARY will hold its paid-up mem- holding its
"Second Tuesday" Rose Schultz, 352-5595.
meeting and journal kick-off
ome12's Cluh- activities
bership meeting 12:30 p.m. Feb.
luncheon noon Monday at the 12 at the home of Mrs. David
RaltigitAguse. All board members Kover, 28820 Tavistock Tr., South-
plus those who have taken an aci field. Co-chairmen-of the program
kit in the last two years, are in- committee are Mrs. Louis Linden
vited to attend. For information, and Mrs. Sherwin Molonon. Mrs.
call Mrs. Erwin Wolk, 647-0937. Emanuel Katzman, president, notes
The first half of the Cancer Fight- that new members will be initi-
ers bowling season ended with a ated. Mrs. Edward Rothenberg,
roll-off for first place. The victor past national auxiliary president,
wai Teeth 13, consisting of Mes- will be the director of the initia-
dames Norman Folbe, Michael tion ceremony. For information
Grey, Jay Kozloff and Herman and reservations, call Mrs. David
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SHARON GROUP, Hadassah,
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
will meet 12:30 p.m., Feb. 16 at Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
the Huntley Square club house in day at the home of Mrs. Frank
Southfield. The meeting will fea- Wasser, 25745 Continental, South-
ture "Life on Welfare—Myths and field. Marilyn Krausse will present
- MLSS SUSAN ABRAMS
Facts." A panel including Emmett
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. F. Roche, a member of Gov. a musical piogram pertaining •to
Jewish Music Month. Guests are
Abrams of LaBelle Ave., Oak Park, Milliken's Welfare Study Commis- invited.
announce the engagement of their sion; Mamie Blakly, chairman of
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daughter Susan Rae to Lawrence the West Side Mothers; and Mrs.
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Seymour Rowe, coordinator of the
Miller of Gardner Dr., Oak Park. Metropolitan Coalition of Women, GROUP, Hadassah, will celebrate
An April wedding is planned.
will present recommendations for Hadassah's 60th birthday 8:15 p.m.
welfare reform in Michigan. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Max
Fridman, 22780 Bellwood N.,
Guests are welcome.
Southfield. The book, "Woman of
Valor," will be reviewed. Guests
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER, are welcome.
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The Michigan Women's Comma- Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Charter House-Apts.
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
sion called an emergency meeting
club rooms. In honor of Jewish TER, Women's American ORT, is
last week at the Greater Detroit
Music Month, Dr. Ezra Lipkin will
Section of the National Comeil discuss the life and works of Camil- holding its annual husbands and
wives night 9:15 p.m. Feb. 12 at
of Jewish Women for individuals
le Saint-Saens. His discussion will
and leaders of organizations sup- include illustrations and records. Ark Lanes. A midnight supper will
porting the drive to put the abor- Refreshments will be served, and follow the bowling party. For
tion reform issue on the ballot next guests are welcome.
reservations, call Mrs. Lee Weis-
berg, 851-5272. The public is in-
Representatives attending the
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT vited.
meeting included leaders from CLUB will hold an Israel
NCJW and other women's groups. raising games party 8 p.m.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
The purpose of the meeting was 14 at the Zionist Cultural Center. YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB-
to plan a crash program to get Mrs. Louis Friedman is chairman. BATH LEAGUE will meet noon
the thousands of signatures needed Hostesses are Mesdames Jos Wednesday at Bnai Israel. The
to complete the petition drive. •
Baker, Morris Alter, Morris Shin- luncheon is sponsored by Mrs. Max
Dr. Jack M. Stack, chairman •ler, Rose Shapiro, Joseph Rodman Haberman and Mrs. Rose Schur-
of the Michigan Coordinating Com- and Ben Nagel. Refreshments will aytz in honor of her birthday.
mittee for Abortion Law Reform, be served, and husbands And Rabbi Eli Friedman will speak.
coordinators of the statewide peti- friends are invited.
tion drive, announced that to date
MASADA CHAPTER, Pioneer
150,000 signatures had been turned
WOMEN'S ORTHODOX LEAGUE Women , •will meet 12:30 p.m.
in to the MCCAUFt office, 406 will meet 8:45 p.m. Monday at the Monday at the home of Mrs. Mark
E. Michigan Ave., Lansing 48933. h ome of Mrs. Emanuel Mittelman, Rayner, 16199 Oxley, Southfield.
The goal of 240,000 must be reached 25021 South woo d, Southfield. Refreshments will be served, and
by March 15. I F riends are invited.
guests are invited.
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OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile area)
will meet 2:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Moshe Stol, 23460 Elaine
Ct., Oak Park. Rabbi Jacob Bakst
TICAL ASSOCIATION LADIES
AUXILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Michael Wainer, 27156 Fairfax,
Southfield, phone 557-3625.
Drive -Under Way
Pace Set by Wom en's Division
series noon Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Merwyn Lakin; 18680
George Washington, Southfield.
The topic will be "What Every
Woman Should Know About Gour-
met Cooking." Phyllis Blum will
demonstrate oriental cooking.
Luncheon will be served, and
Prospective guests are welcome,
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m_ Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Shoenig, 15201 Dartmouth,
Oak Park. Rabbi Abraham Freed-
man will speak.
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Tuesday at Work-
men's Circle Center. Chana Mich-
lin will speak on "Profiles of
Israeli Women." Adele Mondry,
cultural chairman, said brunch will
be served, and guests are welcome.
TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD will meet 11 a.m. Tuesday
to bear Irving I. Katz speak on
"Detroit Rabbi Advocates Wom-
en's Lib in 1855." Katz will reveal
the crusade of Beth El's second
rabbi for religious.. equality for
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
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THE CRIMPERS -
Leadership of the PaceSetters of the women's division, Allied
Jewish Campaign•Israel Emergency Fund, get together at their
successful fund-rasing meeting for contributors of $200 and more.
Shown are (from left) Mesdames Robert Ruskin, John Hopp'3r. and
Maurice Korman, vice chairmen; Irving E. Goldman, executive vice
chairman; Hugh Greenberg and Norman Wachter, vice chairmen;
Norman Rosenfeld, chairman; Milton Goldrath, vice chairman; and
Richard Sloan, hostess.
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine,
chairman of the women's divi-
sion, 1972 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency. Fund,
greets author Ira • Hiischmana,
who spoke at the women's Pace-
Setters meeting at the home of
Mrs. Richard Sloan of Birming-
✓ Derrick Alma
✓ Mario ✓ Max ✓Nina
✓ Renee ✓ Robert