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October 11, 1974 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, October 11, 1974

Early
Deadline

Because there will be
no mail delivery on
Monday, Oct. 14, The
Jewish News will have
an early deadline noon
today. All copy must
be in our hands—either
by mail or hand deliv-
ery—by the noon dead-
line or it will be too
late for publication.
Late copy will be held
for another week if it
is still timely. •

Pioneer Women
to Host Rabbis

"Ask the Rabbi" will be
the theme of an afternoon
session sponsored jointly by
the Brandeis, Dimona, Han-
ita and Massada chapters of
Pioneer Women noon Tues-
day at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute.
Rabbis Solomon Poupko of
Cong. Bnai David and Ern-
est u Conrad of Temple Kol
Ami will be guest speakers.
The event is being coor-
dinated by Frieda Faigin.
She is b e i n -g assisted by
Adeline Salinger, Bess Shiff-
man and Mary Boren.
A luncheon, for which there
is a charge, will precede the
discussion. For reservations,
call Mrs. Salinger, 626-8676.
Guests are invited.

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Musical Entertainment
Big Bands or
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WINCHESTER ORT SIN-
GLES CHAPTER will have
a plant party 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Linda
Hillock, 21911 Church, Oak
Park. Guests are invited. For
information, call Bonnie
Freeman, 354-6084, or Eileen
Goldhoff, 968-5436.
• * •
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Worn-
en, will hold a meeting 11:30
a.m. Tuesday at the Charter-
house Apts. club room. Alice
Ross, council president, will
be guest speaker. Donor
pledges and bulletin ads will
be taken by Sophie Sislin and
Gertrude Lewin. Brunch will
be served. For information,
call Mrs. 'Michael Michlin,
968-5351.

ADAT SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD will have its opening
meeting of the year 12:30
p.m. _Monday at the syna-
gogike. A program on Soviet
Jewry has been arranged by
program vice president Mrs.
Marvin Levy. Speakers in-
clude Arnold Michlin of the
Detroit Committee for Soviet
Jewry; Miriam Rosenbloom,,
who recently returned from
Russia, and Rae Sharfman
also active on the committee.
Mrs. Sol Grossman is chair-
man of the day. Mrs. Harvey
* • *
Nussbaum, president, invites
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
guests. A dessert luncheon
will be served, and a baby FIGHTERS will hold its next
board meeting noon Monday
sitter will be available.
at the Raleigh House. Lunch-
eon will be served. The
HEIGHTS GROUP, Hadas- group will place its coin
sah, will •hold its opening hanks in local stores on
meeting of the year noon Tuesday. Proceeds will go to
Tuesday at the Sutton Place the City of Hope Medical
Apts. club house. Dr. Con- Center. Members may pick
stantine Rothschild; 'director up their banks for distribu-
of the Family Research Cen- tion, by 9 a.m. at the Cancer
ter at Wayne State Univer- Fighters office. Mrs. Sey-
sity and author, will speak mour Manello is chairman of
on "Changing Mores of Our the drive. ,
Times." Luncheon will be
served. Mrs. Oscar , Kramer,
INFANTS SERVICE
president, invites guests.
GROUP will hold its annual
Cherub Ball 6 p.m. Oct. 27
YOUNG WOMEN OF JEW- at the Latin Quarter. A Night
ISH NATIONAL FUND will in Las Vegas will be lire-
have a business meeting noon sented, featuring games and
Thursday at the4iome of Kay dancing- - to Hal Gordon's
Wolin, 6738 Spruce, Birming- Band. Mrs. Jack Serling,
ham. A representative from president, announces that a
a local plant store will speak champagne hour will precede
on "Everything You Want to the dinner. Guests are in-
Know About the Care, Feed- vited. For reservations, call
ing and Potting of Plants." Mrs. Fred Silber, dinner-
dance chairman, 358-4992, or
Mrs. Nathan Weisberg, ticket
chairman, 352-0252.

Spend
the weekend
in Troy
and bring back
a new wife.

Seriously, you may just not recognize
her after a couple of days of luxurious
living at the elegant Somerset Inn with
trips to the fine Fifth Avenue shops of
Somerset Mall. Plus dining in L'Auberge,
cocktails at the Golden Grape and all
the sights to see. Call us soon!

p v 'SOMERSET INN

Big Beaver Rd., east of Coolidge, Troy, Mich. 48084
Phone (313) 643-7800

Shop at the Mall—Stay at the Inn

activities

SHARON GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will meet 11 • a.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs.
Israel Levin, 28107 Berkshire,
Southfield. Refreshments will
be served, followed by a tour
of the Cranbrook Museum of
Art. For information, call
Mrs. Carl Scott, 353-0063.

C. Lane Breidenstein, pres-
ident of the Better Business
Bureau of Metropolitan De-
troit, will speak on "Cope-
Ability vs. Capability," to the
Greater Detroit Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wo-
men, 12:30 p.m. Oct. 30 at
the Great Lakes Club. Petite
luncheon will be served.
Prospectiire life members are
invited. Kaki Welt and Carol
Bloom are co-chairmen. Their
committee includes • Lucille
Sims, Ber y l Winkelman,
Linda Weisman and Barbara
Cascade. Jessie Stein is pres-
ident, and Jeanna Tauber is
membership vice president.
For reservations, call the
NCJW office, 557-9604.

TOWERS GROUP, Hadas-
sah, will meet noon Tuesday
at the North Park Towers
East Apts. club room.. Mrs.
Joseph Deutch, program vice
president, will present Mrs.
Murray Shekter, who worked
at the archelogical dig at the
Temple Mount of the Wailing
Wall in Jerusalem. New and
life members will be hon-
ored, according to Mrs. Al-
bert Shulman, president. Re-
freshments will be served.

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will hold a
business meeting 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Mrs. Meyer Nitzkeri,
president, announces that
plans for the Nov. 12 donor
luncheon at the Raleigh
House will be discussed. For
reservations, call pl edge
chairmen, Mrs. Rose Bricker,
544-8693, or Mrs. Sadie San-
dler, 968-8419.

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WOMAN'S AUXILIARY
OF UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS will have its open-
ing meeting of the season
12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
UHS main building, an-
nounces Mrs. Max Garber,
president. A panel will dis-
cuss "The Dual Role of
Working Women in Our Com-
munity." The panel includes
Kathleen Straus, ,president.of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee; Mrs. John Green-
berg, faculty member at
Wayne State University; Dr.
Elaine Soleymani, physician;
and Dr. Barbara Goodman,
consulting psychologist. Ruth
Kroll, assistant director,
Michigan Area, American
Jewish Committee, will be
moderator. Guests are in-
vited, and refreshments will
be served.

DETROIT LEAGUE,
CARIH, will hold its first
meeting Of the new season
noon Wednesday at the White-
hall Apts. club house. Mrs.
Ben Lutz, president an-
nounces Mrs. Samuel Baker
will review "The Final Hour"
by Taylor Caldwell. A petite
luncheon will be served, and
guests are 'invited.

AESCULAPIAN PHARM-
ACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
LADIES AUXILIARY will
meet noon Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Sam Kaplan,
20720 Knob Woods, South-
field. Plans for the- annual
dinner-dance will be dis-
cussed.

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mittel-
dorf of Southfield Rd., South- .
field, announce the engage-
ment of theft' daughter Rita,
GLENNWOOD CHAPTER, to Melvyn Neal Levin, son
Women's American ORT, will of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lev-
hold its annual paid-up mem- in of Beverly Ave., Oak Park.
bership dinner 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Charter=
house Apts. club room. There
will be a white elephant. sale
Leave Everything to Us
following dinner. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Sharon
Dworkin, 399-0618.
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