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September 15, 1978 - Image 32

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32 Friday, September 15, 1978

Be moderate in praising a
man when he is present, but
give him full credit when he
is absent.
—The Talmud

Clubs

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES SIS-
TERHOOD will have a tea

for prospective members 1
p.m. Wednesday in Nus-
baum Hall of the
synagogue. Alice Thumin,
second vice president, is
chairman of the day. Lor-
raine Reuben, program
chairman, planned the af-
ternoon's program. For
reservations, call Minna
Rubin, 851-6673; Belle
Waze, 541-8361; or Sara
Last, 968-0079.
* * *

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ISRAEL CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will have
its opening meeting of the
season 12:30 p.m. Saturday
in the home of Sophie
Usher, 31'525 Franklin
Fairway, Farmington Hills.

Marjorie Raskin will review
"Israeli Women," by Leslie
Hazelton. A social hour will
precede the meeting. Co-
hostesses will be Lillian
Winkler and Dorothy Rood.
Guests are welcome. For in-
formation, call Lee Wag-
man, chapter president,
967-3257.

* * *
DETROIT LEAGUE,

CARIH, will have a petite
luncheon-meeting noon
Wednesday at the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
A white elephant sale will
be held, and members are
requested to bring items for
the sale. There is a charge,
and proceeds will benefit
the National Asthma Cen-
ter. Items for the Nov. 13
rummage sale will be ac-
cepted. Friends are invited.

TD N S

SALE
20% off

on everything
in the store!

Southfield

LIMITED TIME ONLY!

Open Thurs. & Fri. til 9
SUNDAY 12 TO 5

From our designer
collection, just in
time for 'Shul'.

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* **

YOUNG WOMEN OF
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND will hold a member-

ship luncheon noon Thurs-
day at the Sutton Pl. Apts.
club house, announces Faye
Mentzer, president. There
will be a fashion show. Ar-
ranging the luncheon are
Phyllis Abrahams, Debbie
Stern and Ronna Berger.
For information or reserva-
tions, call Ms. Abrahams,
646-9022; Ms. Stern, 357-
0052; Ms. Berger, 553-4265;
or the JNF, 557-6644.

its opening meeting of the
season noon Monday in the
synagogue. Luncheon will
be served. State Sen. Jack
Faxon will speak on
"Chinese Art — You Don't
Have to Be Chinese." Trib-
ute will be paid to Goldie
Adler. Joyce Blum is vice
president of program, and
Diane Scholnick is chair-
man of the day. Babysitters
will be available on request.
For luncheon reservations,
call Shayna Silverman,
851-1520, or Ruth Rice,
553-9585.
• *

`Autumn Leaves'

11 Mile
& Lahser

have a regular meeting
noon Monday in the home of
Mrs. Isador Levine, 15311
Northgate, Oak Park.
There will be a report on the
luncheon. Refreshments
will be served.

SHAAREY ZEDEK
SISTERHOOD will hold

GLAMOUR AND LEISURE FEMININE

HARVARD
ROW
MALL

JEWISH WOMEN
EUROPEAN WELFARE
ORGANIZATION will

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tite luncheon will be served
at a nominal charge. Trudy
Sherman and Pearl Elson
are membership vice
presidents. Eileen Berris
will review "Evergreen" by
Belva Plain. Presidents
Carole Aaron, Sylvia Biller
and Helen Freid will honor
new members.

* * *

FANNIE GLUCK-
CHAPTER,
American

Mizrachi Women, will hold
a cash shower noon Monday
in the Lincoln Towers Apts.
club room. Hostesses are:
Bea Feigelman, Pearl
Goldberg, Sylvia Novetsky,
Ethel Rosen, Bea Rott, Ann
Rosenberg, Bertha Spilman
and Lill Varnen. There is a
charge. Mrs. Phillip Fealk
will be mistress of cere-
monies and Mrs. Spilman
will distribute mother-in-
Israel charms. The women's
40th anniversary donor
luncheon will be held Nov. 7
at Cong. Bnai David.

CLUB TWO, Pioneer
Women, will hold a pre-
holiday meeting 11:30 a.m.
Monday in the Northgate
Apts. club house. Sam
Hochman will present a
program. Brunch will be
served. President Jeanette
Serling invites friends.

* * *

SPRING ARBOR
CHAPTER,
Women's

EVERGREEN CHAP-
TER, Hadassah, will meet 8

American ORT, will hold a
garage sale 1 a.m.-4 p.m.
today through Sunday at
the home of Nettie Rosen,
27461 Sutherland, South-
field.

p.m. Tuesday at the South-
field Civic Center, parks
and recreation department.
Guest speakers will be Shir-
ley Monsom, past state
chairman of NOW, and its
current co-chairman of
women, and Laura Callow,
co-chairman of ERA of
Michigan. Guests are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served.

Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Wednesday in the Lin-
coln Towers Apts. club
room. Betty Rath, president
of the Greater Detroit
Council of Pioneer Women,
will speak on "Na'amat."
Guests and friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served.

* * *
HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS,

City of Hope, will hold their
first general meeting of the
season 8 p.m. Monday in the
Labor Zionist Institute. A
report on the June confer-
ence will be read. Prospec-
tive members are invited.
Refreshments will be
served. The women's door-
to-door march will take
place Sept. 24-26.

DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold

their first luncheon meeting
of the season noon Tuesday
at Fairlane Manor. New
members will be honored. A
fashion and jewelry show
and make-up and hair styl-
ing demonstration will fol-
low. Guests are welcome.
For reservations, call Cheri
Victor, 334-7381, or Ellie
Schaumberg, 424-8827.

* * *

** *
NEGBAH CHAPTER,

* * *
CARMEL GROUP,

Hadassah, will hold its first
open meeting of the season
noon Tuesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Luncheon
will be served. Janet Pont
will be featured in a musical
program. There is a charge.
Prospective members and
guests are invited.

* * *

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER,

Women's American ORT,
will hold its annual mem-
bership tea 2 p.m. Sunday in
the home of Lillian Bussell
Nacmani, l7342 Jeanette,
Southfield. The film, "There
Are No Losers in the World
of ORT," will be shown. For
information, call Mrs.
Nacmani, 559-6225.

BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a

rummage sale 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

DEBORAH
and Wednesday and 9 a.m.-noon
MASADA GROUPS of Thursday at the synagogue.

Hadassah will meet noon
Tuesday at the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
Guests and prospective
members are welcome. Pe-

Proceeds will benefit the
sisterhood's educational
programs. Rosalind Grand
and Roslyn Weiss are in
charge of the sale.

WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZA-
TION will hold its honor

roll luncheon noon Monday
at Stouffer's Restaurant,
announces President Sylvia
Cohen. Ann and Jean Shif-
man are in charge of ar-
rangements.
**

SHOSHANIM CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

hold a wine and cheese
party 8 p.m. Saturday at thEllb
Labor Zionist Institute.
There is a nominal charge,
and tickets will be available
at the door. For informa-
tion, call Nancy Hearshen,
968-1703.

SHARONA CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will

hold its annual membership
tea 8 p.m. Thursday in the
Labor Zionist Institute. Be-
ssie Berris will be guest
speaker. Hostesses will be
Betty Barnett, Sylvia Ber-
nath, Mildred Hooberman,
Judy Moss, Shirley Miller
and Helen Neff. Guests are
welcome. For information,
call membership chairmen,
Freda Cohen, 968-5664, or
Ethel Silver, 968-1625.
* * *

HA-OMER CHAPTER,

Pioneer Women, will meet
8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of President Jackye
Drapkin, 28741 Sunset
Blvd., Lathrup Village.
There will be a skit and re-
freshments. Admission is
free. Co-chairmen for the
event are Andrea Eisens-
tein and Carol Knoll. For in-
formation, call Ms. Drap-
kin, 569-4890.

* * *

ACHIEZER will hold its
installation dinner 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the home of
Erica Grossbard, 15970 Hil-
ton, Southfield. Co-
hostesses are Leah Kohn,
Pearl Luss, Sandy Singal,
Sarah Bricker, Yaffa Phil-
lips, Rochie Weisberg,
Linda Zacks, Leah Ber-
kowitz, Judy Ishakis, Es-
telle Gelberman and Esther
Rube. Guitarist Mark Gol-
denberg will entertain.
Officers to be installed are:

Sheila Tkatch, president; Ida
Kleid, vice president, Sarah
Weintraub and Yaffa Phillips,
secretaries; and Hadassah
Freimark, treasurer.

Board of directors in-
cludes:

Sara Bricker, Davida Coher
Estelle Gelberman, Sharon Gr,
chak, Erica Grossbard,-
Gardin, Judy Ishakis, Susan
Kraus, Michal Nadler, Rita

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DEADLINE

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
local publicity to ap-
pear in the issues of Oct.
6 and Oct. 13. The dead-
line for the Oct. 6 issue
will be 10 a.m. Friday,
Sept. 29. The deadline
for the Oct. 13 issue will
be 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6.
Materials received late
will be withheld and
published the following
week if still timely.

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