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32 Friday, February 14, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's Clubs1

(Continued from Page 30)

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will have a meet-
ing noon Wednesday at the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club room.
Lawrence Wember of the Oak
Park Library will give a - book
review on "In the Days of Si-
mon Stern." Refreshments will
be served, and the president,
Fanny Press, invites guests. For
information, call Mrs. Press,
VE 6-6768.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL
SISTERHOOD will have a
luncheon-meeting noon
Wednesday at the synagogue.
Luncheon will be served, and
there will be a Chinese auction.
For reservations, call the chair-
woman, Mrs. Sybil Silver,
626-5049, or the synagogue,
851-3234.
* * *
HA-OMER CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will hear Nick
Martin, former Detroiter and
Israeli tour guide, 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Goldie
Weizman, 13631 Winchester,
Oak Park. For information, call
Mrs. Weizman, 548-3285. The
chapter will have a square
dance fund raiser 8:30 p.m.
March 1 at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Bruce Light, a profes-
sional caller, will instruct the
dancers. There is a charge.
Tickets may be purchased from
chapter members in advance or
at the door.
* * *
OAKLAND HILLS CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will hold its annual used book
sale 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Feb. 24-26 at
the Livonia Mall. Proceeds will
go for vocational training for
underprivileged children. The
group is presently gathering

hardcover and paperback books,
and magazines for the sale. For
pick-up arrangements, call Mrs.
Raymond Silverman, 357-0188,
or Mrs. Richard Menzer,
851-1555.
* * *
ACHIEZER will meet 8:45
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Gene Schramm, 15915 Je-
anette, Southfield. Myron Gelt
of the Tay-Sachs screening
program will speak on "Tay-
Sachs Diagnosis." -
* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
will have a luncheon noon Tues-
day at the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. For tickets, call Mrs.
Harry Schechter, 557-6674.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Lincoln Towers
Apts. club room. Rabbi Noah
M. Gamze of the Downtown
Synagogue will speak. The Jew-
ish National Fund will be dis-
cussed. Refreshments will be
served, and guests are invited.
* * *
ELAINE LEVIN CHAPTER,
CARIH, will have a fund-rais-
ing buffet dinner 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at Hunters Ridge Apts.
club house, 14 Mile and Orchard
Lake Rds. There is a charge,
and guests are invited. For res-
ervations, call Mrs. Charles
Danto, 353-0193, or Mrs. Irving
Lipton, 646-9547.
* * *
SHALOM CHAI CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Feb. 26 at the Lincoln Terrace
Dr. club house. Luncheon will
be served. Anna Lewis will
speak on "Purim." Guests are
invited.

* * *

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MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT
will present two of its scholar-
ship students at a meeting hon-
oring new members 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Jerry C. Rosenberg, 8544 Hun-
tington Rd., Huntington
Woods. The students, twins
Karen Kazakevitch, a violinist,
and Kevin, a cellist, are seniors
at Dearborn High School. They
will play classical and romantic
period pieces. Mrs. Ben Meckler
will be chairman of the day.
Prospective members are in-
vited.

* * *

CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet noon
Feb. 24 at the Raleigh House.
Mrs. Gerald Klein, program

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chairman, has invited Loree
Partrich and Karen Nelson who
will present a "Plantasia Dis-
play." House plants, terrariums
and other plant novelties will be
shown. Tips on plant care will
also be given. Refreshments
will be served.

*

* *

Mrs. Matilda Rubin has been
named a recipient of the
Women of United Foundation's
Heart of Gold Award at a
luncheon Tuesday at Cobo Hall.
Mrs. .Rubin was nominated
for the award by the American
Jewish Congress, the American
Association of University
Women, League of Jewish
Women's Organizations and the
Jewish Community Council
"for her tireless work for hu-
man rights and dignity for all
people."
She works about 30 hours a
week as a professional social
worker for Detroit Osteopathic
Hospital, where she counsels
kidney disease patients and
their families.

MISHKAN ISRAEL SIS-
TERHOOD will have a pre-
Purim party 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the synagogue. There will be
entertainment and prizes. Re-
freshments will be served, and
everyone is invited.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN EURO-
Mrs. Rubin is past presi-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANI-
dent of the Detroit branch of
ZATION will have a Purim
the AAUW, is a member of the
party noon Monday at the home
Michigan board, and presi-
of Jenie Miriani, 21733 Strat-
ford Ct., Oak Park, in honor of dent of the Michigan Region
of the AJCongress and a pro-
her son's marriage. Friends are
invited.
* * *
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Northgate Apts.
club house on Greenfield Rd.
Current events will be dis-
Because there will be no mail
cussed. Refreshments will be
delivery on Monday, Feb. 17,
served, and guests are welcome.
due to the observance of Wash-
ington's birthday, The Jewish
News will have an early dead-
line of noon today for the issue
of Feb. 21. Copy may be hand
delivered. Late copy will be held
for another week if it is still
timely.

Photography

A graduate of Temple Uni-
versity, Mrs. Rubin did gradu-
ate work in social studies and
earned a master's degree in
group social work at Temple U.

MRS. MATILDA RUBIN

Michigan Regional ORT will
celebrate the annual ORT Day
at a luncheon noon March 19 at
the Michigan Inn.
Mrs. Daniel Siegel, chairman
of the event, will present a fash-
ion show. Awards will be given
during the afternoon.

ORT DAY is the culmina-
tion of the group's spring
membership campaign at
which time new members are
welcomed. "L'Chaim, to
Life" is the theme of this
year's luncheon.
-

Mrs. Sidney Feldman is pres-
ident of the Michigan Regional,
and Mrs. Joel Mahler is mem-
bership vice president.
There is'a nominal charge,
and guests are invited. For res-
ervations, by March 12, call the
ORT office, 355-9151.

Women to Choose
Outstanding Youth

The League of Jewish Wom-
en's Organization of Greater
Detroit requests the coopera-
tion of all organizations in nom-
inating candidates for awards
as outstanding Jewish youth.
To qualify, a nominee must
be a high school senior, demon-
strate leadership ability, parti-
cipate in community service, ex-
cel scholastically and have a
formal religious or secular Jew-
ish education.
Consideration will also be
given to other areas of accom-
plishments such as art, music,
sports and science.
For applications, write Mrs.
Elliot Schubiner, 25405 Catal-
ina, Southfield, Mich. 48075.
Applications must be 2om-
pleted by March 15.

Jewish Culture
Group to Meet

NEW YORK — Histadruth
Ivrith, the Hebrew Culture As-
sociation of America, will hold
its biennial convention March
13-16 at Grossingers, N. Y.
Prof. David Mirsky, dean of
Stern College of the Yeshivah
University in New York, and
national president of the His-
tadruth Ivrith of America, will
deliver the key-note addresss.
Other speakers at the opening
will include representatives of
the State of Israel and of the
Zionist Movement.

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Detroit Women
to Attend Parley

Three Detroit women will
attend the biennial convention
of the national women's divi-
sion of the American Jewish
Congress March 2-4 at the
Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Phil-
adelphia.
They are Mrs. Aaron Shiff-
man and Mrs. Milton Schwartz,
past presidents of the Detroit
women's division; and Mrs.
Herbert Fealk, president of the
Detroit division, who will give
the invocation.
Senator Frank Church (D.-
Idaho), chairman of the Senate
Select Committee to study gov-
ernmental operations with re-
spect to intelligence activities
and a member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,
will speak on "The Middle East
and International Concerns."
Emanuel Shimoni, consul gen-
eral of Israel, also will address
the plenary.
New officers will be installed
by Virginia Snitow, honorary
president, and Lillian Stein-
berg, also an honorary presi-
dent, who will chair the plen-
ary. Outgoing president, Mrs.
Jacqueline Levine, will be hon-
ored.

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