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May 20, 1955 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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Wayne University Sorority Gets National Charter

Wayne University's Delta
Theta Chapter of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority will be installed
at ceremonies, followed by a ban-
quet at which charter members
will be honored.
Mrs. Melvin Scher, interna-
tional vice-president of the sor-
ority from New York, will con-
duct the ceremony, assisted by
Mrs. William Satt, Central Re-
gional director; Shirley Rappo-
port and Mrs. N. Rosenberg,
alumnae advisors.
The sorority, formerly known
as Sigma Theta Delta, was or-
ganized on the Wayne campus
in 1925, and was pledged by
Delta Phi Epsilon in November,
1954. Dr. Clarence Hilberry,
Wayne U. president, will be

Mrs. Morris Goldberg was DETROIT LADIES LECHEM
PASADENA STUDY CLUB, at
its recent election meeting, voted elected president of SISTERS OF ANEELail announces the receip t
into office Bernice Erenberg, ZION MIZRACHI at its last of $100 to its charities fund from
presiden t; Ann Weingarten,. meeting. Chosen with her were S. P. Baker, given in memory of
vice-president; Ida Lazarov, sec- Mesdames I. Rosenthal, L. Gold- his mother-in-law, Mrs. Anna
retary ; Fay Weindling, treasur- fine, L. Selesny, L. Honigman Porvin.
• * *
er: Muriel Stern, sunshine sec- and J. Kunin, vice-presidents;
RADOMER LADIES A U X I-
retary; and Lillian Rothenberg, M. Mondrow, treasurer; A. Kell-
man, A. Subar, F. Smerling and LIARY is holding daily rum-
reporter.
* * *
L, Goldfine, secretaries; R. mage sales at its store at Fenkell
Mrs. Esther Prohow, president Whiteman, JNF chairman; R. and Linwood. All proceeds go to
of MARY CAPLAN WOMEN, an- Singer, bond chairman and R. charity. An executive meeting
nounces the group's annual Cronenwalt, social chairman. is planned for 7:30 p.m., Mon-
Mother and Daughter Banquet Mrs. Ida Goldsmith will install day, in the home of Mrs. P. Ross,
at 6:30 p.m., May 31, at Zack's. the new officers June 1, at Young 10231 McQuade.
* *
Mrs: Sally Britchkey will be the Israel Center. * * *
BETH ISRAEL CENTER SIS-
toastmistress. Speaking for the
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY is TERHOOD, of Ann Arbor, will
mothers will be Mrs. Mark Rob-
ins, while responding for the planning its annual membership hold a Donor Supper-Dance, be-
daughters will be Mrs. Sylvia luncheon for new and old mem- ginning at 7:30 p.m., May 28,
Stern. Mary Caplan will give the bers at 12:30 p.m., Monday, in at the Center, 1429 Hill. Co-
invocation. For reservations, call the home of Mrs. Max Kogan, chairmen Mrs. Irving Reiter and
2840 Cambridge. Mrs. William Mrs. Abe Muchnick announce
Mrs. Britchkey, LI. 6-9171.
Graham, local club woman, will that entertainment and dancing
• •
Grace Fenkel, president of present a book review. Mrs. to the music of Paul Brodie's or-
NEW STUDY CLUB, announces Louis Marks, membership chair- chestra is planned. For ticket
her organization's Mother and man, and Mrs. Joseph Rotten- information, write Mrs. Reiter,
Daughter Banquet will be held berg, program chairman, are in 1607 South Blvd., or Mrs. Much-
at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, at Moss charge of arrangements. The nick, 1122 Granger, Ann Arbor.
* * *
Catering. Mrs. Jack Kominars hospital visiting committee will
MOGEN
ABRAHAM
SISTER-
will be toastmistress, while other service Jewish patients at. Wayne
participants include Mrs. Fran- County General Hospital for HOOD will meet Wednesday eve-
ces Mills, speaking for the Shevuot Thursday. Rabbi M. J. ning, in the home of Mrs. Hy-
mothers; Katherine Mills, speak- Wohlgelernter will conduct serv- man Beale, 4014 Cortland. Of-
ficers elected at a recent meet-
ing for the daughters; and Rose ices .
* * *
ing are Mesdames Harry Altman,
Shapson, who will give the in-
Election of officers will be fea- president; Jacob M. Brown, vice-
vocation.
tured at the closing meeting of president; Aaron Eifer and Joe
* * *
h e WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, Linder, secretaries; and Morris
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio- t UNITED
HEBREW SCHOOLS, at Levine, treasurer.
neer Women, will meet at 12:30 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in the
* * *
p.m., Wednesday, in the home of
EZRA AID. TO ISRAEL will
Mrs. J. Saifer, 2546 Glynn Ct. A Esther Berman Branch, 18945
Schaefer. Luncheon will be serv- install new officers at a brunch-
cultural program is planned.
ed. Mrs. Herman Wetsrnan, pres- eon meeting at 12 noon, Wed-
• • *
ident, urges members to bring nesday, in the home of Mrs. A.
G 0 0 D F ELLOWSHIP WOM- guests.
Sharkey, 15736 Steel.
* * *
EN'S AUXILIARY will hold an ,
emergency games party at 8:301 MEDINA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Arabs Plan Refugee Office
pare., Saturday, in" the - home of ' Women, will meet at 9 p.m., Mon-
Mary Bednarsh, 2903 Webb. . A. 1 day, - in the home of Mrs. Goldie
UNITED NATIONS, (AJP)—
luncheon is planned for 12
. :30 '-Bernstein. Mrs. Esther Mendel-
Tanous, secretary-general
p.m., May 28, in the home of Ida' son, legislative chairman, an- Izaat
of
the
Arab Palestine Office for
Benach, 3009 Elmhurst. For in- nounces that the subject, "Abra-
formation, call Lil Schecter, TO. ham Chasanow—An Infringe- refugees, stated this week that
the new Arab information cen-
6-8950.
ment on Civil Liberties," will be ter, recently opened in New York
* *. *
discussed. A social hour will fol-
Mrs. Joseph Stalburg will be low. For information, call Mrs. in behalf of the Arab League
states, does not speak for the
installed president of Zedakah Blanche Salinger, KE. 3-8470.
Palestine Arab refugees. He in-
Club at the organization's an-
* * *
dicated that the group which he
nual Mother and Daughter
WOMEN OF CONG. GEMI-
will soon open its own
Luncheon at 12:30 p.m., Monday, LUT.H CHASSODIM, at its recent represents
information service in behalf of
at Holiday Man-
election meeting, voted into of- the Palestinian Arab refugees.
fice Mesdames J. Wildstrom,
or. Mrs. Samuel
president; M. Werner and A.
Wexler, retiring
berg, vice-presidents; H. Carle-
presid e n t, an-
bach, treasurer; M. Jacobs, M.
nounces the new
Reduce at
Lehman and S. Lowenthal, sec-
slate also in-
GREENBUSH INN
Iretaries. A Mother's Day Party is
clude s: Mes-
planned for 8:30 p.m., Tuesday,
Greenbtish, Michigan
dames Maurice
in the D. W. Simons Center, 4000
On Lake Huron, U.S. 23
Cornfield, Nor-
You
Can Reduce While You Enjoy
Tuxedo.
man Adelman
Your
Vacation and Food.
* * *
and Leonard
THE FINEST STEAKS, CHICKEN,
DETROIT LEAGUE, Jewish
Shapiro, vice-
FISH — OR IF YOU LIKE—
VEGETARIAN MEALS.
presidents; Reu- Mrs. Stalburg National Home for Asthmatic
Swim in our own filtered pool.
ben Klein, treasurer; Joseph Children, will meet at 12:30 p.m.,
ChIldren's counselors.
Lefkofsky, Hattie Schwartz and Monday, in the home of Mrs.
NOW OPEN
Joel Levy, secretaries; Morris Sam Kane, 2581 Pembroke,
For reservations, call TO. 5-3307
Or Direct: Greenbush 9779
Aaron, publicity; Joseph Staub, Huntington Wood s. Luncheon
parliamentarian; Herbert Wal- will be served, followed by the
lace, case worker; Louis Germ- election of officers. Mrs. Ralph
ansky, hospitality; and Joseph J. Miller will review "The Great
Lee, Jack Greenberg and Abe Fair" by Sholem Aleichem.
* * *
Ilson, trustees. Eve Meister, dra-
matic coach, will present a mu-
CHANNAH CZENESH CHAP-
sical revue, and prizes will be TER, Pioneer Women, heard a
awarded. For reservations, call talk on Monday by Louis LaMed
Mrs. Paul Deutch, UN. 3-3469, or on "Life in the Jewish Commu-
Mrs. Henry Levett, WE. 3-7832.
nities of South America."
* * *
* * *
HEBREW LADIES AID SOCI-
DAVID - HORODOKER J U N-
:ETY will hold a dinner and eye- IORS will present it; second an-
ing of games at 6 p.m., Sunday, nual donor luncheon at 12:30
at Cong. Bnai Moshe, under the p.m., Tuesday, at Rainbow Ter-
chairmanship of Mrs. Esther race. Frances Berkowitz will be
Engel and Mrs. Grace. Riegler. mistress of ceremonies, and the
For reservations, call Mrs., Reggie program will feature a hair styl-
we are pleased to announce
White, ticket chairman, UN. 4- ing demonstratiOn by Betty Rob-
5452.
the opening of our
bins, Proceeds will enable un-
* * * •
derprivileged children to attend
LADIES AUXILIARY of Cong. summer camp. For tickets, call
BETH SHMUEL will have its an- Sarah Rozanoff, UN. 2-3033, or
nual donor luncheon June 7 in
the social hall of the synagogue. Eleanor Kasther, luncheon chair-
Rabbi Y. I. Homnick will be the man UN. 4-6441.
* * *
under the personal
speaker. Cantor Hyman Adler
BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD
will be the soloist. Reservations recently completed its season's
supervision of
are being accepted by Mrs. B. program with a luncheon instal-
Babcock, president; Mrs. L. Lee- lation. The following women
bove, TO. 8-1351, vice-president,
inducted: Gloria Kief, pres- -
and at the synagogue, TE. 4-0777. were
ident;
Ruth Gottlieb, vice-pres-
*
*
*
ident; Sara Weintraub and Gert
EVERGREEN . JEWISH C 0 N- Weintraub,
all weddings
secretaries; and
GREGATION SISTERHOOD will
Thelma
Farber,
treasurer.
meet at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
serviced personally
* * *
the Northland Center auditori-
Mrs.
Harry
Blitz,
president
of
um. Following a business session, NORTHWEST ISRAEL SISTER-
by Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Ruth Kovan will speak on
HOOD,
announces
that
members
"Shevubt." A social hour will
conclude the program, to which of the organization will be hos-
tesses at Sisterhood Sabbath
fisher building
friends are invited.
services- on - Saturday. Mrs. H.
0141:r1:1P,n, ys assisted
DE:r110 !T J.,EWISH
by Mrs. M. Joffe.
Friday. May 20. 1955

among the guests at the pro-
gram.
Charter members of DPE in-
clude Marilyn Amdur, Joan
Feldman, Betty Greenspan,
Taube Hollander, Sharon Lin-
den, Shaaron Losh, Pauline
Markowitz, Helena Pollack, Eve-
lyn Parsky, Sharon Weinberg
and Loretta Weingarden.

Labor Zionist Branch Seven
Plans Oneg Shabbat Today

Branch Seven, Labor Zionist
Organization of America, is
planning an oneg shabbat this
evening, at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Sam Koven, 19481 Little-
field. Dr. Norval Slobin will
speak and show movies of his
recent trip to Europe. A social
hour will follow.

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