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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-26

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W omen's Citch flews

BETH EL SISTERHOOD
will hear Mrs. Harold Nelson
speak on "Jewels for a
Crown," a lecture on the art
of Marc Chagall, 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday at the new temple.
A coffee hour will proceed
the lecture. The election
meeting is scheduled to take
place 11 a.m. May 7 at
the new temple. The meeting
will be open to the public.
Dannel Schwartz, the new as-
sociate rabbi, will be intro-
duced. Luncheon will be
served at a nominal fee.
Baby-sitting services also
will be available at a nom-
inal .fee. For reservations,
call the temple office, 851-
1100.

* * *

MISHKAN ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will meet 8:30
p.m. Monday at the syna-
gogue. James T. Perry, di-
rector of parks, recreation
and forestry, will discuss
"Oak Park — National Gold
Medal Winner." Refreshments
will be served, and all are
welcome.

* * *

BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will hold an oneg
Shabat 12:30 p.m. May 4
following services at the
synagogue. Luncheon will be
served, after which a pro-
gram will be presented, in-
cluding readings from Sha-
lom Aleichem and a skit by
Lahav United Synagogue
Youth. Cantor Simon Ber-
manis will lead in commu-
nity singing. For reserva-
tions, by May 1, call Mrs.
Ben Davis, chairman, 356-
3349; Mrs. Max Kruger, co-
chairman, 273-3424; or the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
The public is welcome. The
sisterhood is completing plans
for its annual donor luncheon
noon May 21 at the syna-
gogue. Highlighting the after-
noon will be "A Fashion
Fantasy," announce Mes-
dames Kenneth Belen and
Esther Rosenblum, chair-
men, For tickets and reser-
vations, call Mrs. Max Kru-
ger, 273-3424, or Mrs, Isadore
Levin, 645-9471, ticket chair-
men. Vice president of ways
and means is Mrs. William
Tarnow.

*

* *

TEMPLE ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD wil have its final
Spring Forum '74, program
12:30 p.m. Monday at the
temple. James Newhard, di-
rector of the state appellate
defender's office, will speak
on . "Our Prisons—a Failed
Promise?" Newhard has tes-
tified before the U. S. Senate
on prison reform. Dessert
luncheon will follow. There
is a nominal charge. For in-
formation, call Mrs. S. M.
Israel, chairman, 353-6433.
* * *
SOUTH ACRES CHAP-
TER, Women's American
ORT, will have a "Night at
the Races" on film 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the Workmen's
Circle Center. Proceeds will
aid the chapter's social as-
sistance program. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
tickets, call Sharon Benedek,
851-9167, or Mrs. Martin
Spitz, 398-0965.

*

* *

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will have an oneg
Shabat in honor of Yom

Ha'Atzmaut (Israel Inde-
pendence Day) 12:30 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue.
Luncheon will be served,
followed by a review of
Amos Oz's "Elsewhere, Per-
haps" by Rabbi Seymour
Rosenbloom. Mrs. Norman.
Leemon is chairman of the
day. Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
and the youth choir will pre-
sent a medley of songs. For
reservations, call the syna-
gogue, 851-5100. The corn-
munity is invited.
* * *

DAVID - HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
will gather Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Philip Kutnick,
13201 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
* * *
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a special election meet-
ing 11:30 a.m. Monday at the
MCL Cafeteria.
* * *
CLUB' TWO, Pioneer Wom-
en, will see a program on
World Jewish Child's Day
11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the
Northgate Apts. club house.
* *
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon
Tuesday at the home of Ethel
Isaacs, 15620 Arbor Pl.,
Southfield. A book review
will be given by Mary Gil-
bert. The annual fund-raising
dinner will take place 6 p.m.
May 5 at the Whitehall Apts.
club house.

*

* *

ACHIEZER will have a
bingo night 8:45 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs.
Sarah Wayntraub, 24721 Sus-
sex, Oak Park. All women
are invited.
• * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD SISTER-
HOOD will sponsor a Lamaan
Hayeled luncheon noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs.
Leslie Krakowitz, 25510 Col-
leen, Oak Park. Mrs. Charles
T. Gellman is chairman.
* *
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pio_
neer Women, will meet 8
p.m. Thursday at the home
of Lorraine Gale, 28988 Ram-
blewood, Farmington. Ber-
nice Stone will speak on
"Electrolysis."

Mrs. Sheldon Fishman,
left, will serve as chairman,
and Mrs. Pat Young as co-
ordinator and commentator,
for the annual Mother's Day
fashion show 6:30 p.m. May
8 at Beth Abraham-Hillel
Synagogue. The sisterhood is
sponsoring this m o t h e r-
daughter dinner, under the
general chairmanship of Mrs.
Manfred Lehman. Members
of the sisterhood will be
models. For reservations
and information, call the
synagogue office, 851-6880.
* *
PURITY CHAPTER, Or-
der of the Eastern Star, will
* * *
hold a business meeting 7:45
p.m. May 6 at Eureka Tem-
CLUB ONE, Pioneer
ple. • Refreshments will be Women, will have a cultural
served.
meeting 11:30 a.m. Tuesday
*
at the Charterhouse Apts.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio- club room. Brunch will be
served, and guests are in-
neer Women, will give a din- vited.
ner party honoring past pres-
*
ident Mrs. Sol Schwartz 6
SHALOM CHAI CHAPTER,
p.m. May 5 at the Labor Zi-
onist Instiute. A plaque will Pioneer Women, will meet
be inscribed at the LZI build- noon Wednesday at the Lin-
ing in the name of Sol and coln Terrace Apts. club
Lena Schwartz. Friends and house. Mrs. Rae Freeman
guests are invited. For res- will report on current events,
ervations, call chairman Bet- and refreshments will be
served. Prospective mem-
ty Gelman, LI 5-1045.
bers are invited.
*
*
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
PARKWOOD CHAPTER,
FIGHTERS will hold its an-
nual door-to-door march May Women's American 0 R T,
5-7, and volunteers are plans an art exhibit and auc-
sought by Mrs. Maury Gor- tion for 7:30 p.m. Saturday
don, chairman. Workers are at Knob in the Woods Apts.
needed to call on neighbors club house. A champagne and
for funds to implement the hors d'oeuvres preview will
free, nonsectarian medical precede the 8:30 auction.
center's facilities and serv- Tickets will be sold at the
ices in treatment, research door.
and education. They may
contact Mrs. Gordon at 398-
2411. The executive board of
Marriages I
the group will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
PASSALTST JOHN: Karen
Elliot Schubiner, 25405 Cata- St. John, daughter of the
lina, Southfield.
Clifford St. Johns of Allegan,
became the bride of Dr. Carl
For 'Sedate Singles' N. Passal, son of Mr. and
"The Sedate Singles, 40 and Mrs. Frank Passal of Edin-
Up," a new group for single barough Ave., on April 13.
people of the community,
You must not be afraid of
will have a dance, with a
band, 9 p.m. May 4 at the them, remembering rather
Kings Arms Restaurant. what the Lord your God did
There is an admission to Pharaoh and all Egypt..."
charge. For information, call —Deut. 7:18.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, April 26, 1974

Financial Talk
Slated Tuesday

Reservations are available
for next Tuesday's session of
the Financial Seminar for
Women sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Federation-
United Jewish Charities' En-
dowment Program, 9:45 a.m.
in the East Tower Penthouse
of North Park Towers.
The seminar will focus on
the use of trusts for retire-
ment planning and the funda-
mentals of a review of a will.
Speakers will be Andrew
Camden, an assistant trust
officer of the National Bank
of Detroit, and attorney Al-
bert M. Colman. Mrs. Robert
Zell is chairman.
The second session, 7:45
p.m. May 14 at the United
Hebrew Schools building, is
geared to women who are
still raising their families.
Husbands are welcome.
Assisting Mrs. Zell are
Mesdames Jerome Acker,
Theodore Birnkrant, Martin
E. Citrin, William Davidson,
Nathan L. Fink, Arnold E.
Frank, Joseph H. Jackier,
Richard L. Kux, Norman
Rosenfeld, Samuel Schiff and
I. William Sherr.
For reservations, call the
endowment program office,
WO 5-3939.

NCJW Section
Sets Installation

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will hold its annual
installation luncheon noon
Thursday at the Shiawassee
Hotel.
The program will feature
modeling of inaugural ball
gowns of the nation's "first
ladies" by Council members.
There will be a running
commentary during the moth
eling, coordinating the his-
tory of the Greater Detroit
Section with the history of
the U. S.
For reservations, call the
NCJW office, 557-9604.

Round Table Unit to Pick Offic -ers

The women's division of
the Detroit Round Table, Na-
tional Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, will hold its
spring meeting 1 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Cong. Beth Moses.
Program chairmen June
Shada and Lina Small an-
nounced the meeting will fea-
ture a panel discussion on
"The Leadership Role of the
Woman in Religious Congre-
gations Today." Panelists
will be Mrs. G. Sam Zilley,
'president of the National
Council of Catholic Women;
Mrs. Lloyd Houser, vice

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president, Church Women
United of Detroit; and Mrs.
M. Robert Syme, wife of the
Temple Israel rabbi. Mrs.
Ruth Redstone will be panel
moderator.
Election of officers will be
held and refreshments served
at 12:15. The meeting is open
to the public at no charge.

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