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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 12, 1973-27

omen's al, activities

CLUB ONE, Pioneer Wom-
en, will meet 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day in the Charterhouse
Apts. club house. Sarah Lev-
in and Adele Mondry, cultu-
ral chairman, arranged a
holiday program. Brunch will
be served. For transporta-
tion, call Chana Michlin, 399-
6839.
* * *
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and
WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will hold a Sukkot
luncheon-meeting noon Mon-
day at the Yeshiva building.
Sponsor is Mrs. Esther Shos-
kes, in honor of her new
great-grandson.
* * *
BIRMINGHAM GROUP,
Hadassah, will meet noon
Tuesday for a gourmet
luncheon at the home of Mrs.
David Frank, 733 N. Cran-
brook, Birmingham. Dr.
Gerald Berman, University
of Michigan sociologist, will
discuss "The Change of In-
terest on Campus — From
Social Causes to Mysticism."
President Edith Stone invites
guests.

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TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will present the
first of five breakfast book
reviews 10 a.m. Monday at
the synagogue. Rabbi Leon
Fram, founding rabbi of the
temple, will review "And
Perhaps . . . The Story of
Ruth Dayan." Among the
other speakers are Mrs.
Eileen Berris, Nov. 26; Rabbi
Harold Loss, Dec. 17; Dr.
Arnold Goldsmith, Jan. 21;
and Rabbi M. Robert Syme,
Feb. 18. Individual and series
tickets are available at the
door. For information, call
the ticket chairman, M r s.
Clarence Goldberg, 398-3566,
or the book review chairman,
Mrs. Ronald Bassey, 647-8263.
* * *
FRANKLIN GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will hold its opening
luncheon-membership meet-
ing noon Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Rabbi
Yitschak Kagan of Cong.
Bais Chabad will speak on
"Hasidim — Popular Miscon-
ceptions of a Hasid's View."
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Carol
Clamage, 851-5122.
* *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon
Wednesday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Center. Plans will be
discussed for a future fund
raising. Friends and guests
are invited. Hostesses are
Mrs. Eva Rivkin and Mrs.
Gitel Shackman.
* *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL GROUP, Hadassah,
will meet 2 p.m. Sunday at
Hadassah House, Lawrence
Gubow, U. S. District judge,
will speak on organized
crime. Sara B. Epstein is
president, and program
chairman is Mrs. Martha
Winet. A social hour will
follow, and guests are in-
SHALOM-CHAI C H A P- vited.
* * C
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a luncheon meeting 2
p.m. Wednesday at the Big
Boy Restaurant in Lincoln
Center. Pauline Fogelson will
speak on current events. Pro-
spective members are in-
vited.
*
MT,SCOPUS GROUP, Ha-
dassah, will meet at 12:15
p.m. Tuesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. A musical
program featuring pianist
David Ohryn and vocalist,
Mrs. Louis Wohl, president
of the chapter, will be pre-
sented. Luncheon will be
served, and friends are in-
vited.
*
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK_
WOODS AND GREE N-
FIELD SISTERHOODS will
hold an oneg Shabat 4:30
Folk singer and entertainer
p.m. Saturday at Young Tamara Levit will be fea-
Israel of Greenfield. Mrs. tured at the Jewish National
Malka Gordan will speak Fund Blue-Box Day program
on "Life in Israel From the 11:30 a.m. Oct. 23 at Cong.
Point of View of an Ameri- Bnai Moshe. According to
can Woman." Refreshments program co-chairmen Mrs.
will be served in the sukka. Gerald Rogers and Mrs.
Hostesses are Mesdames Joe Frank Silverman, she will
Kahn, Robert Rosenblum and perform on drums, tambou-
Ben Weinstock.
rine and guitar, singing in
*
*
English and in Hebrew and
DAVID-HORODOKER WO- telling tales of ancient and
MEN'S ORGANIZATION will modern times through the
meet noon Tuesday at the folk song. She will be accom-
home of Mrs. Anne Kogan, panied by pianist Evelyn
23640 Radclift, ak Park. Mrs. Platt. Guest speaker will be
Alex Dorchen, president, an- Mrs. Isidore Goldzimer of
nounces plans are being New York. Sherman Shapiro,
made for the 36th donor chairman of the JNF Blue-
luncheon to be held Nov. 20 Box drive, said there will be
at the Labor Zionist Insti- a brunch, souvenirs and
tute. For tickets and in- prizes. Admission is by bring-
formation, call Mrs. Harry ing a box for clearance or by
Schechter, 557-6674.
making a,minirnum donation.

MUSIC STUDY CLUB will
meet 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at
the new Temple Beth El
building. Dessert luncheon
will be served. Mrs. Jack
Scherr will be chairman of
the day, and social co-chair-
men are Mrs. David Bern-
stein and Mrs. Morris Ros-
man. Guest artist will be
lyric coloratura, Jan Al-
bright, accompanied at the
piano by Claire Brown. Mrs.
Albright is a member of the
Detroit Piccolo Opera Co.
and the Michigan Opera
Theater and appeared with
the Detroit Symphony's
Meadow Brook production of
"Aida." Mrs. Joseph M.
Markel, president, announces
reactivation of the student
group under the guidance of
Mrs. Sidney Jackson. Boys
and girls age 14-18 are in-
vited to join. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Jackson, 557-
4619.
* *
BETH ACHIM SISTER.
HOOD will meet 8 p.m. Oct.
22 in the synagogue. Mrs.
Donald Davis, program vice
president, announces that a
guest speaker from Contact
10 will be present. Sisterhood
President Mrs. Arthur
Schussler invited members,
husbands and friends. Re-
freshments will be served.
* *
SOUTHWOODS C H A P-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will meet noon Oct. 23
at the home of Diane Posar,
28335 Tavistock, Southfield.
Joel Dryer, psychiatrist, will
speak on "What to Do at the
Peak of Your Potency." Pe-
tite luncheon will be served,
and guests are invited. Pres-
ident Barbara Karr will dis-
cuss plans for the chapter's
art auction Nov. 7 at Park
West Galleries.

.

Folk Singer to Be
Guest Artist at
Blue-Box Event

Heart of Gold Award Planned

Heart of Gold Council
members Mrs. Martin Nai-
mark and Mrs. Dan Shapiro
met recently to help make
plans for the group's, annual
recognition of outstanding
volunteer women.
The council, made up of
40 women's organizations,
annually honors six to 12
women from the tri-county
metropolitan community who
have done volunteer work.
Both Mrs. Naimark and
Mrs. Shapiro represent the
League of Jewish Women's
Organizations on the council.
Names for the Heart of
Gold award may be sub-

mitted by anyone and must
be in by Nov, 15. Nomina-
tion forms and regulations
are available by calling
United Foundation headquar-
ters 965-7100 ext. 213.
The Heart of Gold award
luncheon will be held Feb.
12 at Cobo Hall to honor final
winners.

FANNIE GLUCK CHAP-
TER, Mizrachi Women, will
hold its regular meeting noon
Monday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Hostesses are
Mesdames Laura Nusbaum
and Esther Temchin. Presi-
dents Sara Smith Bednarsh
and Goldie Liebow invite
guests.
* * *
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
Leave Everything teUs
AUXILIARY will hold a lun-
cheon 12:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at
the Town and Country Club.
New officers are Mesdames
Sherwin Molonon, president;
Danny Feber and Ben Salem,
vice president; Max Millman
and Phil Bakst, secretaries;
Nate Pack, treasurer; Sy
Neuman and Harold Podol-
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s k y, remembrance fund
0..40:741_
chairmen; and Manny Katz-
►r► ir
man, Leon Simon, Louis Lin-
SAVE!"
SAVE! .
den. Nate Moiseev, Burt
Platt and Harry Lazarus,
BUY DIRECT
board members. At the na-
FROM THE
tional convention in Arizona,
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
IMPORTER
Mrs. Platt was elected na-
tional deputy, Mrs. Katzman,
SEY/VICOUR.
national tree chairman, and
ICAPL.A1N.
Mrs. Linden, national board lY
0)
Phone
member.
and Co.

*
*
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LEM will meet noon Monday
30555 Southfield,
Suite 100
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645-9100
Tel-12 Mall. The Nov. 6
WYN-HAROLD CATERING
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the Woods club room will be
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discussed For tickets, call
Mrs. Sam Moscow, 557-1735. ■
*
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
and
Simhat Torah luncheon noon
Tuesday at the Northgate
Apts. social hall. Mrs. Re-
gina Weisman has arranged
Announces:
for the showing of a new Is-
raeli movie. Guests are wel-
come.
*
A Workshop for Women Planning to
ROSENWALD LADIES
AUXILIARY, American
Enter or Return to the Labor Market
Legion, will be joined by the
Services
include: employment & education
Post for a social and meet-
counseling, special projects for college students
ing 1 p.m. Oct. 25 at the
and women returning to the labor market
Workmen's Circle Center.
Commander Joe Shapiro's
ALL
SESSIONS WILL BE HELD IN SOUTHFIELD
83rd birthday will be cele-
brated.
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Enrollment is Limited and pre-registration
NORTHWEST CHILD
is necessary by October 30, 1973
RESCUE WOMEN will hold
its first evening meeting of
For Application of Information:
this season 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Ruth
Yost, 18186 Onyx, Southfield.
24361 Greenfield, Southfield, Mich.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Phone: 557-5341
Margaret Weiner, social
Member Agency Jewish Welfare Federation
worker and supervisor at
the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service.

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BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will hold a luncheon
meeting noon Oct. 22 at the
synagogue. Mrs. Irving Mar-
kel, program vice president,
announces that Mrs. Morris
Brandwine, president of the
women's division, Jewish
elfare Federation, will speak
on "14,000,000 Jews — Where
Are We?" For information,
contact Mrs. Ben Brant,
membership vice president,
543-2754.
* * *
ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD is offering a needle-
point class 10 a.m-. Oct. 22
and 29 and Nov. 5 and 19 at
the synagogue. Peggy Sucher
will teach the four-week be-
ginner class. There will be a
nominal charge for supplies
including a Shalom canvas
and the necessary yarns.
Chairmen are Mrs. Robert
Dunsky and Mrs. Fred
Haberberg. For information,
call the synagogue office,
851-5100.
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