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May 04, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-04

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28—Friday, May 4, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A Gift in Time .

omen's

Club news

Lectures Slated
for Engaged

Young Jewish couples in
the Detroit area are invited
to a series of lectures and
discussions on marriage
given by the Jewish Institute
for Brides and Grooms 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Bnai David.
"The Partnership of Mar-
riage" will be discussed by
Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan,
rabbi of the Bais Chabad
Hasidic Student Center in
Farmington.
For information, call the
institute, 542-5058.

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CHILDREN UNLIMITED
TOWN AND COUNTRY
CHAPTER, Women's Ameri- will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednes- CLUB, will hold an anniver-
can ORT, will hold its annual day at Knob Woods Apts. sary dinner-dance, 7 p.m.
combined installation and club house. Petite lunch will Sunday at Cong. Bnai David.
Mother and Daughter Dinner be served. Friends are in- The Maury Little Orchestra
6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Sussex vited. The group is planning will entertain. Guests are in-
House Restaurant. The fol- its annual Tag Days for May vited. For reservations, call
Mrs. Rose Ainbinder, 547-
lowing will be installed as 14-20. Volunteers who wish
1988.
to
help
the
multi-handicaped
executive officers for the
* *
coming year: co-presidents, blind child may call the
CHANA
CZENESH
CHAP-
Fay Schoenfeld and Rena president, Evelyn Columbus, TER, Pioneer Women, will
353-4474.
Canisters
will
be
Chernow; vice presidents,
meet noon Monday at the
Mary distributed at the general Charter House Apts. club
Linda Willen s,
Schwartz, Ruth Fine, Bever- meeting at which reserva- room. Mrs. Ralph Miller will
MADONNA NURSING CEN-
ly Keller and Barbara Lin- tions will be taken for those review Meyer Levin's "The TER needs "green thumb"
wishing
to
go
on
a
June
6
Moments before three members of Women's Bicur der; special projects, Lois bus tour to the Michigan Settlers." Refreshments will volunteers to help the pa-
be served, and guests are tients and residents turn a
Cholem organization arrived at Children's Hospital to pre- Katz; education, Marilyn State School for the Blind.
invited.
sent a $1,500 check for a transport incubator, the first Markel and Sonny Davidson;
small plot of ground into a
emergency call had come in for the hospital's new intensive treasurer, Gerry Viedrah;
vegetable and flower garden.
BIRMINGHAM
GROUP,
Spa Special All Full For information, call Mrs.
care unit on wheels. A premature baby, weighing under 2 secretaries. Arlene Crystal,
The Jewish Center Wo- Doris Sees, 835-4775.
pounds, was to be transported to the hospital and required Phylis Blankman, Sonny Hadassah, will meet noon
the unit's life-supporting equipment. The women are, from Davidson and Gloria Beren. lylay 15 at the home of Mrs. men's Health Club reports
Saul
Saulson,
31477
Lost
that the response to the May
left, Mesdames Rose Stone, president, Rose Moscow and For information. call Sarita
Hollow, Birmingham. Mrs. Spa Special has been over-
Dora Horwitz, vice presidents, of Bicur Cholem. Accepting Goldstein, 851-6429.
Jack Stone, president. an- whelming, and at this time
* * *
the check were Dr. Robert Gregg, left, president of Chil-
dren's Hospital; and Dr. Ronald Poland, director of its
SHARON GROUP, Hadas- nounced luncheon will be no more applications can be
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neonatal intensive care. Funds for the Bicur Cholem's many sah. will hold its annual in- served, followed by a needle- accepted. This program is
craft
demonstration
by
Rosa-
philanthropies are raised, partly, from the annual donor stallation of officers 12:30
expected to be repeated in
SAVE!" SAVE! 47,
luncheon, to be held noon Monday at the Raleigh House.- p.m. May 15 at the Mt. Ver- lind Becker. Friends are in- the fall.
For tickets, call Mrs. Joseph Shifman, 557-7104, or Mrs. non Townes Ants. club vited.
* *
BUY DIRECT \
Simon Shifman, 557-7990.
house. Installing officers will
FROM THE
ROSENWALD
LADIES
be Mrs. Jack Perlman and
AUXILIARY,
American
Le-
IMPORTER
Maurice Perlman.
OFF
Senior Adults Express Views Mrs.
Luncheon will be served and gion, will hold an executive
SEYMOUR.
entertainment will be nro- board meeting and luncheon
in Newest Writer's Journal
KAPLAN
vided by the Hashaher noon Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Fannie Olshansky,
Rae
Kendler,
Ben
Melech
and Co.
dancers.
For
reservation
With Mrs. David M. Zell-
14021 Wales, Oak Park. The
man as staff adviser, the Labiner, Bella Levy, Palti, call Sophie Lazell, 557 - 251 9. discussion will center on the
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
senior adult division of the Lifschits, George Lippman, There is a nominal charge. games party in June and
OF FINE DIAMONDS
u lt woo
hfield ,
uiSs.
te
on
30555sm
Jewish Center has just issu- ces Driker, Markus Engel-
nomination of new officers
ed another "Writer's Jour- berg, Tillie Epstein, Harry
WHITEHALL-CHAI CHAP- will be held.
13721 W. 11 Mile Rd.
nal," in which 24 members
TER, Pioneer Women, will
* * *
(1 blk. W. of Coolidge)
are represented with a varie-
meet R:30 p.m. Monday at
Diore Bldg. Mon.-Fri. 11-4
AESCULAPIAN PHARM.A-
ty of essays.
th e Whitehall Ants. club CETITICAL ASSOCIATION
542-4455
Mrs. Zellman's associates
house. Hostess will be Mrs. AUXILIARY will meet noon
on the journal's staff include
Faye Stalbure. Plans for the Wednesday at the home of
Martin Eden, illustrator;
May 26-27 bazaar will be Mrs. David Yaffee, 20520
Norma Goldman, Eva Dish-
discussed. Members are ask- Charlton Sq., Southfiell. A
presents a
ell and Mina Stone.
ed to bring white elephant membership luncheon will be
Contributors, in addition to
items. President Gladys Stein discussed, and a petite
the staff members, include:
invites guests and prospec- luncheon will be served.
Mirjam Beuthner, Grete Bor-
* *
tive members.
MAY 6th — 8:30 P.M.
schardt, Ben Ch'ason, Fran-
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Friedman, Joshua Joyrich,
A TV ik CHAP'T'ER.,
Mir' Women, will meet for brunch
raehi Women, will see a 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the
1824 W. 14 Mile Rd. betw. Coolidge & Crooks
Creative Party Planning
demonstration of floral a r- Charter House Ants. club
2 Miles E. of Woodward
including
rancement at the monthly; room. A shower of bazaar
Casual & Refreshments — Ages 18-40
Dress
meeting 8:30 D.M. Tuesday items, honoring VIOrid Jew-
Candy Centerpieces
Music by the "American Scene"
at the home of Mrs. Gene ish Child Day, will be held.
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR $2.75
Schramm, 15215 Jeanette, Hostesses are Rose Leibo-
For Info Call 557-5447, 255-0727
Personalized Party
Mrc.
Southfield. Co-hostess is
witz, Bessie Kunin and Syl-
Favors
Sheldon Wieder. On May 12 via Schwartz. Guests are
MRS.
DAVID
ZELLMAN
Invitations and Part.
at 10 D.M. Batya Chanter welcome.
Accessories for all occasions.
Bertha Mischkovsky, Ben will hold its annual donor
Naimark, Ethel Naimark, event at the Whitehall Ants.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
MARCIA MASSERMAN Sam Rubin, Ellen Sacks, club house. The evening fea- neer Women, will have a
Joseph Shapiro, Sarah Slavin, tures guitarist Mark Gollen- dinner party honoring past
646-6138
Laina Temchin and Freder- berg followed by a midnight president Mrs. Freda Metz,
The very best doesn't cost a penny
ick Werner.
supper.
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Labor
more! Store your furs in our modern
*
There is such a vast varie-
Zionist Institute. There will
cold fur storage vaults. Custom clean-
ty
of
articles
in
the
journal,
CITY
OF
HOPE
CANCER
Bar Mitzva
be games. Friends and rela-
ing, repairing, remodeling — all at
containing reminiscences, ex- FIGHTER'S members and tives are invited. For reser-
Weddings - Etc.
reasonable rates, so phone today!
pressions of views, fiction, volunteers will be ringing vations, call Ilene Winkel-
poetry and the fine illustra- doorbells Sunday, Monday man, 968-3972, or Betty Gel-
tions — that this journdi and Tuesday, in the metro- man, LI 5-0145.
545-1525
again assumes an important politan area soliciting funds
* *
community aspect of creativi- for the annual door-to-door
NEW STUDY CLUB
Greeting Cards
ty by active members in an march. Proceeds are used to hold a luncheon meeting noon
Innovations
important field of endeavor. help fight cancer, leukemia Wednesday at the Workmen's
Styles by GEO. TUNIS
In an introduction, on be- and other dread diseases.
Circle Center. Hostesses will
half of the Jewish Center
* *
LINCOLN CENTER
be Mesdames Isadore
Large Selection
staff, Eugene Jaffe pays
10Y2 Mile at Greenfield
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL Schwartz, Max Stone and
honor to the senior adults
Call Lee or Hilda
Oak Park
for their serious literary, as SISTERHOOD will hold its Sophie Kanar, in honor of
557-8340 557-4486
well as other, efforts in their annual mother and daughter their birthdays.
dinner-fashion show 6 p.m.
manifold activities.
The deep interest of the May 16 in the synagogue
YOUR
editors of the journal is social hall. For reservations
PORTRAIT" shown in the numerous quo- needed by Thursday, call the
851-6880.
foremost leaders in haircutting and styling
tations, a typical example be- synagogue office,
The Perfect
*
ing the reprinted poem liy
are now pleased to announce the addition of
PURITY CHAPTER, Or-
Hannah Senesh, "Oh God,
Oh God," originally written der of the Eastern Star, will
have a business meeting 7:45
For
in Hebrew.
new techniques and products in
p.m. Monday at Eureka
MOTHER'S DAY
ORT Club of Sutton Place Temple. Refreshments will
Hair Coloring, Permanent Waving,
will present foreign news be served.
FATHER'S DAY
analyst, RUSSELL BARNES
and Reconstruction of Damaged Hair
H 0 M E RELIEF SOCI-
speaking on "Inside Current
354-1677
Call now for an appointment or consultation.
Events, " 7:30 p.m. Sunday ETY's former members are
398-2727
There's something for everyone
at the Sutton Place Apts. asked to come to a special
OAK
PARK,
MICH.
community center. Guests meeting 12:15. p.m. May 11
. .. 13725 W. 9 MILE RD.
studio of photography
area invited, and refresh- at Whitehall Apts. club housd.,
line
of
natural
vitamins

Ask
us
about
our
program of
Also carrying a complete
25211 Telegraph Road
ments will be served. There Petite luncheon will be
BEAUTY FROM WITHIN
Closed Mondays
served.
is an admission charge.

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