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May 08, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 8, 1959-1 8

Cohen-Klein Rites Re-Elect Dr. Lichter
Planned for Aug. 22 to Head TB Society;

Betrothal Told

Rabbi Adler, Director

MISS DIANE COHEN

Announcement has been
made of the recent engagement
of Diane Faith Cohen, daughter
of Mrs. Harry C. Cohen, of
Faust Rd., and the late Mr. Co-
hen, to Marvin E. Klein, son of
the Charles Kleins, of San Juan
Dr.
The bride-to-be is a junior at
Wayne State University. Her
fiance attends the University of
Michigan, where he is a soph-
omore in the medical school.
Plans are being made for an
Aug. 22 wedding.

JWV Activities

Joint installation ceremonies
will be conducted by OAK
PARK POST and AUXILIARY
at 8:30 p.m., May 19, at the
Oak Park Community Center.
Both groups will induct newly-
elected officers.

Councilletes to Install
Newly-Elected Officers

Councilettes, junior division
of National Council of Jewish
Women, -will hold its annual
installation tea at 1:30 p.m.,
May 17, at the home of Ann
Jacobowitz, 19344 Strathcona
Dr.
Officers to be installed are
Shelly Ruth Stern, president;
Ann Jacobowitz and Judy
Horton, vice-presidents; Carol
Sloman and Pat Gross, secre-
taries; and Sue Taitebaum,
treasurer.
Members and their mothers
are invited.

Dr. Max L. Lichter, Melvin-
dale physician, was re-elected
for the third consecutive year
as president of the TB and
Health Society of Wayne County
at the society's recent annual
meeting.
Rabbi Morris Adler, of Cong.
Shaary Zedek, who was a di-
rector several years ago, was
elected again to the health
organization's board for a three-
year term. He will serve on the
legislative and patient services
committees.
Dr. Mario Fischer, Duluth,
president of the National Tuber-
culosis Association, spoke at the
annual meeting.
Dr. Lichter and Rabbi Adler
are taking active roles in the
fight against TB in Wayne
County, which last year saw a
10 percent rise in the number
of cases found. Their work here
is financed by the Christmas
Seal Sale.

Dromedary Nut Rolls'
`Handy Hospitality'

The best laid plans of the
successful hostess generally be-
gins with her pantry shelf and
when that shelf is well-stocked
with a variety of Dromedary
Nut Rolls, there is little chance
that even the most unexpected
contingency can upset either
her plans or her equanimity.
Whatever the occasion or the
circumstance, Dromedary N u t
Rolls provide assurance of
"handy" hospitality at a mo-
ment's notice.
They come in three varieties:
Date-Nut Roll, made with crisp,
chunky walnuts and choice
dates; Orange-Nut Roll, with
a taste-teasing hint of tangy
oranges; and rich Chocolate-Nut
Roll. All three are prominent-
ly featured at leading food
stores.
Of particular importance to
the Jewish homemaker is the
fact that Dromedary products
are strictly kosher. Each dis-
plays the familiar (U) seal of
approval which indicates that
it is made under the constant
kashrut supervision of the Un-
ion of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gation of America.

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April 25— To Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Kozin (Suzanne Bushkin)
19565 Parker, Livonia, a son,
Mark Alan.
* *
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Young (Martha Meis-
ter), former Detroiters, now of
Grand Rapids, a daughter, Amy
Beth.
*
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
David Burnstein (Ellen Rose),
of 28059 Selkirk, Royal Oak,
a son, Alan Lawrence.
*
*
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Nor man Goldman (Beverly
Charlip), of 23431 Church, Oak
Park, a daughter, Judy Lynn.

April 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Irving H. Wiener (Kathleen
Loeffler), of LaSalle Blvd., a
son, Bruce Michael.
* *
April 21 — To Dr. and Mrs.
James G. Bittker (Louise D.
Miller), of 20085 Mansfield, a
daughter, Terry Elyse.

April 15 — To Mr. and .Mrs.
Carl J. Lippitt (Sally Tepman),
of Richton Ave., a daughter,
Pamela Beth.
: * *
April 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard L. Freeman (Joan Fai-
gel), of 28534 Green Willow
Dr., Farmington, a daughter,
Marsha.

CARD OF THANKS

JWV Women Seek
Longer Retention of
Experienced Leaders

The family of the late Alex
J. Prujansky acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
An amendment to the consti- extended by relatives and
tution of the Women's Division friends during the family's re-
of the Jewish Welfare Federa- cent bereavement.
tion is being recommended as
a way of retaining experienced
Want The Best?
leadership on the division's
Ask the Folks Who've Had
board of directors, while open-
SAM BARN ETT
ing elected positions on the
board to new leaders, reports
and His Orchestra
the division president, Mrs. Sid-
LI 1-2563
ney J. Karbel.
The proposal amends Article
IX of the constitution and by-
laws by adding thereto the fol-
lowing:

S. LEIBICK

MISS SHEILA KATZ

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Katz, of
18989 Whitcomb, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sheila, to Max Gendelman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gendel-
man, of 18640 Stoepel. No wed-
ding date has been set.

Women s

Clabs

(More Clubs, Page 15)
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet at 12 noon, Wednes-
day, at the Hayim Greenberg
Center, when brunch will be
served. Mrs. Harry Lowe will
review Leon Uris' best-selling
novel, "Exodus." Friends are
invited to attend.

NORTHWEST BRANCH, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
will present a musical s k i t,
"Cinderella's Fancy" at its an-
nual luncheon and election
meeting this Wednesday after-
noon, at Franklin Hills Country
Club. Mrs. Walter Lichtenstein,
president of the Council's Mid-
west Region from Indianapolis,
will install the officers. All past
presidents will be honored. In
the musical, which is directed
by Mrs. Robert Blum with cos-
tume and scenery directed by
Mrs. Arnold Kaufman, are Mes-
dames Rosalie Broadman, Bud
Franklin, Fred Ginsberg, Jack
Hamburger, Jerry Hirsch, Leon
Lewis, William Oberfelder, W .
Liam R. Rosenthal, Manny Rot-
enberg, Julius Stone, Milton
Strauss and Ben Weintraub.

MEDINA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet Tuesday eve-
ning, in the home of Mrs. Sam
Fishman, 15040 Marlowe, Oak
Park. Mrs. Fishman will review
Leon Uris' "Exodus." A social
hour will follow.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MIZ-
RACHI has scheduled its annual
mother and daughter banquet
for 6 p.m., Wednesday, at Holi-
day Manor. Guest speaker will
be Mrs. Adelle Silberman, a
national Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization leader. A program of
Israeli music will be presented
by Lama Shetzer. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Abraham Kell-
man, chairman, TO 8-5622, or
Mrs. Pearl Hoffman, UN 3-8606.
* *
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will meet
at 9 p.m. Monday, at the Hayim
Greenberg Center, when elec-
tion of officers will take place.
Rose Segal, president, will be
hostess for the evening. She and
her family will soon be leaving
Detroit.
• * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will meet
Tuesday evening, in the syna-
gogue, for the election of offic-
ers, according to Mrs. Gus Lew,
president. Mrs. Harry Blitz will
outline plans for a Yeshivah
benefit party later this month.

Barber Shop in New Center
The Jewish Center barber
shop, in the new building, 18100
Meyers, is now open to both
Center members and the gen-
eral public.

"There shall be an Advisory Serv-
ice Council composed of former
members of the Board of Directors
who have rendered outstanding serv-
ice to the Women's Division whose
function it shall be to advise and
counsel the Board of Directors and
President.
"This Council shall consist of not
more than eight (8) members. Mem-
bers of this Advisory Council shall
be named by the Nominating Com-
mittee for a term of one year and
elected at the annual meeting at
which this by-law is adopted and at
every subsequent annual meeting by
the membership of the Women's
Division. They shall be eligible to
serve for not more than three (3)
consecutive years.
"Advisory service council members
shall have all the privileges of board
membership."

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to discuss their children's ac-
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And His Orchestra
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can be made by contacting Sol
Greenfield, LI 7-6161.

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Mah Jongg Score Cards Released
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