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May 20, 1955 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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12—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Socielf

Cpl. Gary Zeltzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Zeltzer, of 18658
Northlawn, has returned from the U. S. armed forces. He was
stationed in Europe.
Master Sammy Eigel, of Biltmore Ave., recently celebrated his
sixth birthday. Joining in a party in his honor were Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Levine and family, Mrs. Phyllis Siegal, Mrs. A. Brandman
and daughter, Shelly. Mrs. Pamela Block and sons, Mrs. Rose Ross-
man and children, Mrs. Esther Rottenberg and son, Miss Katherine
Mark and Gerry Stein and Mrs. Rose Muslak Rudbal, of Windsor.
Recent Detroit guests at Oakton Manor Resort, Lake
Pewaukec, Wis., included the Sam Zacks, of Audrey Ave.; Jerome
Ilelfmans, of Cheyenne Ave.; Philip Kaplans; of Meyers Rd.; Dr.
and Mrs. M. J. DeRoven, of Appoline Ave.; and Dr. and Mrs. H.
Arons, of Fairfield Ave.
Mrs. Leon Kay, of Parkside Ave., left for Israel by air last week
to join her husband. The Kays will return home June 14, aboard
]ISMS Queen Elizabeth.
Mr. Alex Effron, of Washburn Ave., will sail Monday aboard
the SS Jerusalem for .Israel. He will visit with his family in Tel
Aviv.
Mr. William Lublin, of McQuade Ave., will leave Monday
aboard the SS Jerusalem to spend the summer months in Israel.
The Dolches recently entertained at a mother and daughter
luncheon at Carl's Chop House, which was attended by Marilyn
Gold, Mrs. M. Gold, Andy Klein, Mrs. I. Klein, Barbara Leibovich,
Mrs. J. Leibovich, Dee and Lillian Lelgant, Mrs. I. Lelgant, Helen
Penn, Mrs. S. Penn, Natalie Schulman, Mrs. M. Shapiro, Geana
Sherman and Mrs. J. Sherman.
Mrs. James Sobel, of W. Outer Dr., recently entertained 20
guests at a luncheon in her home honoring Mrs. I. E. Goodman
who is leaving shortly for a trip to Europe and Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Einhorn, of Princeton Ave., have just re-
turned from a two-month trip to France and Israel. In the Jewish
state, they stayed with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Einhorn at Kibbutz Ein Dor, Afula, Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gelman and daughter, Brenda Gail, are
now in their new home at 204-67 Mark Twain.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hordes and daughters returned to Jeru-
salem Tuesday, by plane, after a six-week visit with their parents
and grandparents.
Charles E. Feinberg will deliver a lecture on "Walt Whit-
man's America," at the University of Detroit Library, at 8:15 p.m.
today. It will be the inaugural lecture of the Friends of the Li-
brary of the University of Detroit. A reception will follow the lec-
ture.

Alaimonides Auxiliary
To Conclude Season

Mrs. Emil R. Simon, vice-
president of program for the
Women's Auxiliary, Maimonides
Medical Society, announces the
organization's final meeting of
the season on Tuesday after-
noon, at the Women's City Club,
2110 Park.
Mrs. Sol London, a lyric so-
prano and member of the Aux-
iliary, will entertain. Mrs.
.. London, who
studied in New
York with Al-
bert Jeannotti,
was soloist with
the New York
City Symphony
and has done
radio and re-
cording w o r k.
She will be ac-
companied b y
Rose Bassin
Mrs. Simon Stein.
Mrs. Louis Shiovitz, president,
will give her annual report and
will receive the past president's
pin from Mrs. Louis Kazdan.
Mrs. Leo Orecklin, a former
president and coordinator of the
program committee, will install
incoming officers.

Two Sholem Aleichem
Groups Plan Activities

Young Zionists to Hear Kobe?

Friday, May 20, 1955

Betrothal Told

MI S S MADEL./
NE COOPER

Mr. and Mrs. David Cooper, of
W. Outer Dr., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ma-
deline Judith, to Gerald Henry
Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Kemp, of W. Chicago Blvd.

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The engagement of Rita Wohl
to David Hoff is announced by
the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Ruben, of Cort
land Ave. Mr. Hoff is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoff, of Ilene
Ave. The wedding will be solem-
nized on June 19.
* * *
Rune Fay Rothbart's engage-
ment to Marvin H. Primack has
been announced by her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Harold B. Rothbart,
of Birchcrest Dr. The bride-elect,
formerly. a student at Benning-
ton College, in Vermont, now at-
tends the University of Michigan.
Mr. Primack, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Primack, is a medical student
at U. of M., and is a member of
Phi Delta Epsilon fraternity. A
September wedding is planned.
« «
Mr. and Mrs. Max Glazier, of
Birwood Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Phyllis Ann, to Sidney Leon, son
of Mrs. Louis Leon, of Windsor,
Ont., and the late Mr. Leon.

The Women's Division of
Sholem Aleichem Institute Will
pay tribute to MrS. Frances
Shayne, a long-time leader and
outstanding worker by devoting
a special program in her honor
at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, in the
Institute, 18495 Wyoming.
Mrs. Ruth Bader, chairman,
and Mesdames Rae Feinberg and
Ruth Gosman, co-chairmen, an-
nounce that the evening will
culminate a membership drive
conducted in Mrs. Shayne's
name.
A musical program, featuring
Lillian Zellman and Malke Shaw,
has been planned by Mrs. Sarah
Friedman, chairman of the cul-
tural committee. All friends of
Mrs. Shayne are invited to at-
tend.
The fourth annual Spring
Dance of the Institute's Chapter
II will be held at 9 p.m., June
11, at the Wyoming address, ac-
cording to Mrs. Lillian Gold,
chairman of the dance commit-
There are 960,000 adult volun-
tee. Sam 13:,-,mett's orchestra. teer leaders in the Boy -Scouts
of America.—
will be featured.

Local Baritone to Wed
Girl From Massachusetts

MISS JOYCE BENVIE

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benvie,
of West Roxbury, Mass., an-
nounce the forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Joyce,
to Ramon Gilbert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Gilbert, of
Ewald Circle, Detroit.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Radcliffe College and Harvard
School of Education. She will
receive her master's degree in
art this month from the latter
school.
Mr. Gilbert, Detroit baritone
who made his concert debut at
the Detroit Institute of Arts re-
cently, is a Brandeis University
graduate. He is currently study-
ing at the Longy School of Mu-
sic, Cambridge, Mass., from
which he will receive his soloist
diploma this month.

Men's

Dr. Robert Schloff, newly-
elected president of BETH AB-
RAHAM MEN'S CLUB, will pre-
side at the closing meeting of
the year at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday,
in the synagogue building. Corn-
mittee appointments will be an-
nounced, and plans of the new
administration discussed.
• * *
M O G E N ABRAHAM MEN'S
CLUB will meet at 9 a.m., Sun-
day for minyan services, follow-
ed by breakfast and a discussion
of the second tractate of Peah.
* * *.
Dr. Robert Rothman, associ-
ate professor of education at
Wayne University, will speak on
"What Is Progressive Educa-
tion?" at the Master Mason De
gree Banquet of PERFECTION
LODGE, F. & A. M., at 6:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in Masonic Temple.
* * *
At the annual dinner of the
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB, the
following officers were elected
for the 1955-56 season: Lou
Kruger, president; Sheldon
Leach, vice-president; Maurice
Lederman, Ray Steinberg and
Joe Baker, secretaries; Pete Fur-
gal, treasurer; Irving Ratner,
sgt-at-arms; and. Harvey Alex-
ander, chaplain.

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