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September 06, 1974 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, Sept. 6, 1974

Women's

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GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
business meeting noon Mon-
day at the home of Mrs.
Gerald Brody, 13400 North-
field, Oak Park. Marian
Hoberman will show slides on
a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
Refreshments will be served,
and guests are invited.
* *
WOMEN'S BICUR CHO-
LEM ORGANIZATION will

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The Greater Detroit Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women will
institute the 1974-75 season
with its annual open house
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Ariel Kerem, Israeli vice
consul in charge of cultural

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Because t h e Rosh
Hashana holiday will
take away two work
days during that week,
The Jewish News will
have an early deadline
for the issue of Sept.
20. Publicity must be
in our hands — either
by mail or hand de-
livery — no later than
11 a.m. Sept. 13. Copy
received after the HI
deadline will be held
for another week if it
is still timely.
The Jewish News
also will have an early
deadline for the issue
of Sept. 27 due to Yom
Kippur.
Since the paper will
be printed a day early,
copy must be in the
Jewish News office no
later than 11 ,a.m.
Sept. 20 to be in time
for publication. 111

BEL CANTO MUSIC CLUB
will present 11-year-old vio-
linist, Susan Synnestvedt, as
its guest soloist at its open-
ing meeting of the season
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Clinton Middle School, Oak
Park. Susan, who has been
playing violin since age 4,
has just returned from Inter-
lochen National Music Camp,
where she received a schol-
arship and played in its inter-
mediate orchestra. The pub-
lic is invited. For informa-
tion, call Bea - Sandweiss,
547-3183.

and has studied at Hebrew
University.
As a journalist, he served
in the press division of the
prime minister's office in
charge of visiting foreign
press. In 1970 he headed the
Israeli delegation to the
United Nations World Youth
Festivals.
Since 1971 he has been on
the American desk of the
information department in the
ministry of foreign affairs.
Alice Ross, president of the
council will extend greetings.
Ruth Miller is chairman of
the day. Adeline Salinger is
in charge of programing, and
Estelle Rappaport is vice
president of organization.

IT'S I

ARIEL KEREM

affairs for the Midwest, will
speak on "Israel Militates
Against Its Cultural Gaps."
Kerem was born and ed-
ucated in England. He is a
graduate of the Institute of
Youth Leaders in Jerusalem

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Bayit to Show Film

See the
The Bayit will present the
movie, Ulysses, based on the
Specialists at
James Joyce novel, 8 p.m.,
Tuesday at its center, 16845
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Muirland. For information,
Pioneer Women, will hold its call the Bayit, 861-1929.
opening meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ben Sklar, 25243 Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park. A buffet
Coats - Jackets - Gloves
luncheon will be served, and
Orchestra and Entertainment
Repairs & Alterations
Mrs. Myron Shiffman will
present readings on the up-
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mation, call Mrs. Sklar, 968-
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man will give the welcoming
* *
remarks. Marion Rayons will
DIMONA
CHAPTER, Pio-
be commentator to a fashion
show with models Mesdames neer Women, will open its
Audrey Demak, Eva Laski, 1974-75 season with a lunch-
Ann Milgrom, Heda Blum, eon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at
• Invitations • Gifts • Favors
Serena Brumer and Pearl the home of Mrs. Louis Starr,
•_ Stationery • Party Planning
4774
Crestview,
Birmingham.
Kutnick. Mrs. Libby Leven- Mrs. Frank Rath, program
son is chairman of the day. chairman, announces an ori-
WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS
For babysitting service, call ginal play-reading, "Sister to
Marion. Nueman, 547-7183. Sister". Participating in the
BAR
MITZVAS SWEET 16 & SHOWERS
Guests are invited. For infor- performance will be Mes-
mation, call Mrs. Morris dames Jane Barenholtz,
16300 North Park Drive (at North Park Place)
Goldsmith, 398-3565.
357-3111
Elaine Kohner, Rose Smar-
,Southfield, Mich.
*
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gon, Pauline Schreiber and
9:30-4:30 Man.-Sat.
WINCHESTER CHAPTER, Vera Rollin. Betty Rath will
Women's American ORT, will narrate. Mrs. Richard Kra-
hold a membership tea 7:30 mer, president, will present
p.m. Tuesday at the home of her annual report. Guests
Eleanor Fradis, 23110 Bev- are invited.
* *
erly, Oak Park. The chapter
is reforming to admit young
CHANA CZENESH CHAP-
Afternoon and Evening Classes
single women. For informa- TER, Pioneer Women, will
tion, call Eileen Goldhoff, hold a membership meeting
968-5436, or Judi Rosen, 549- noon Monday at the Charter-
2594.
house Apts. club room. Louis
* *
Levine will discuss "Daily
GREATER DETROIT Life in Israel Today." Re-
at a savings of course
CHAPTER, Brandeis Univer- freshments will be served,
sity National Women's Com- and guests are invited.
mittee, will begin its 1974-
(Continued on Page 31)
1975 club year with a meet-
ing 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Great Lakes Club, 2411
W. Eight Mile. Dr. David
DiChiera, executive director
of the Music Hall Center for
the Performing Arts, will
speak on "What Universities
Owe the Community." Enter-
(,t
tainment will be provided by
actors of the Michigan Opera
Theater and musical comedy
stage. For reservations by
Tuesday, call the Brandeis
University Women's office,
341-2461. Refreshments will
be served, and guests are
invited at a nominal charge.

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hold a luncheon and games en, will have a meeting 11:30
party noon Thursday at the a.m. Wednesday at the Chart-
Knob-in-the-Woods Apts. club erhouse Apts. club room.
house. Proceeds will go to Brunch will be served to hon-
the Israel Emergency Fund. or Bessie Kunin Gottlieb, who
For ticket information, call recently married and is leav-
Mrs. Albert Cohen, 968-1316. ing to make her home in
Florida. Guests are welcome.
* * *
CONG. BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL SIS-
TERHOOD will hold an open
meeting noon Monday at the TERHOOD will have a lunch-
synagogue. Luncheon will be eon for paid-up members
served. Rabbi Moses Lehr- 11:30 a.m. Monday at the
temple. Dr. David DiChiera
will speak on "Symposium on
Performing Arts: Accent —
Opera." Guests are invited
at a nominal charge.

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