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May 15, 1959 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-15

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Appoint Manuel Zechman
to U. of D. Alumni Group

Women's Club activities

Omitted from last week's
listing of new officers and
chairmen of TOWN AND
COUNTRY CHAUTER, Worn-
en's American ORT, were the
names of Mrs. Jerald Clayton,
- financial secretary; and Mrs.
Allan Cutler, bulletin chairman.
*
4,

bers, at 12 noon, Monday, in
Mrs. Renee Shuster, president
the Davison Jewish Center, of SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
which is now the regular meet- Women, announces that Muni
ing place of the organization. Mark, director of Farband
* *
Camp, will give English read-
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB ings from Sholem Aleichem at
will hold a fashion show at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in the
its May 25 meeting, when nom- home of Mrs. Blanche Turett.
inations for officers also will Mrs. Helen Reifier is program
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio- be accepted. Fashions will in- chairman. For information, call
neer Women, will hold a baby clude cash m ere sweaters, Mrs. Claire Sussman, LI 7-9674.
and linen shower for Israel in matching skirts and handbags.
* * *
celebration of the state's 11th Members will serve as models.
EQUALITY
CLUB will meet
* *
anniversary of independence
Wednesday afternoon, at the
RADOMER LADIES AUXIL-
at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
home of Mrs. S. • Peck, 18685
the home of Mrs. Sadie Begun, IARY has scheduled a cake Coyle, to make final plans for a
6808 W. Outer Dr. Mrs. Carrie bake sale at 10 a.m., May 23, at June party in the home of Mrs.
Berman will be the day's guest Detroit Edison's Northland Cen- Lawrence Berk, 29636 Tran-
speaker.
ter offices. All proceeds will crest, Livonia. For tickets, call
* * *
go to charity. For information, Mrs. J. Jaffe, DI 1-1504.
LI 5-3957.
Mrs. Oscar Bank, president call Rose Tuttleman,
*
*
*
of BETH ABRAHAM SISTER-
NEGBAH
CHAPTER, Pioneer
JULIUS ROSENWALD AUX-
HOOD, announces its final oneg
Women, will hold a luncheon
ILIARY,
American
Legion,
will
shabbat tea of the season, to
at 12 noon, Wednesday, at the
be held at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, present a luncheon and games Hayim Greenberg Center.
in the synagogue. Rabbi Israel party at 12 noon, Wednesday, Prizes will be awarded to mem-
I. Halpern, music director Is- at Wonder Baking Co., 2901 bers and their guests. For res-
rael Fuchs and the Sisterhood Grand River. Friends are in- ervations, call UN 1-6233.
dramatic group will be featured vited to join in the program of
* *
in a combined Shavuot-Mother's games and prizes, from which
Mrs. Reuben Galchinsky, pres-
Day program. Mrs. Hinda Hal- proceeds will go to charity. For
pern, oneg shabbat and dra- reservations, call Helen Wolfe, ident of the ROCHEL LAYA
matic chairman, will introduce VE 8-9289, or Lydia Slakter, STEPINER AID SOCIETY, an
the group's 14th an-
the playlet. Hostesses will be VE 6-8174.
nual donor luncheon at 12:30
. Mesdames Loins Last and Ir-
p.m., Tuesday, in the Mayfair
ving Adler.
Room, 19161 Schaefer. Cantor
*
Reuven Frankel and his wife,
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
Penina, will be featured in a
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
The Women's Auxiliary of the musical program, accompanied
TION has scheduled its annual Jewish Home for Aged will cel- at the piano by Mrs. Bella
luncheon, free to paid up mem- ebrate its 34th anniversary with Goldberg. Among the prizes to
a luncheon and installation cer- be awarded is a weekend for
emony at 12:30 p.m., Monday, two at Greenbush Health Re-
at Holiday Manor.
sort. For tickets, call UN
Mrs. Lou Robbins, chairman 2-0792.
* *
of the day, announces that Mrs.
Sam Newman
DETROIT
LINK, Order of
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will be install-
the Golden Chain, will be rep-
ing officer. A
resented by a delegation of 30
program of
at the 31st convention of the
folk songs will
national order, which is con-
b e presented
vening today through Monday,
by Shimon and
at the Traymore Hotel, Atlantic
Elaine Ge-
City, N.J. Heading the local
wirtz.
delegates are Ida Swartz, wor-
Mrs. Walter
thy matron, and Harry Tush-
Lasser, who Mrs. Lasser
man, worthy patron.
previously served as vice-presi-
* * *
dent of the Auxiliary, will head
TUROVER LADIES AUXIL-
the slate of new _officers being IARY will hold a luncheon
inducted into office. She was meeting Wednesday, at its tem-
ORRGE•toninG•REPAIRIIIG.RESP4IMG
recently elected as president.
ple, 12129 Dexter, when plans
F o r luncheon reservations, for the annual luncheon in
call Mrs. Meyer Silverman, BR June will be announced. Res-
• STORAGE
3-7373, or Mrs. Sol Grand, UN ervations may be made by call-
In Certified Cold
4-6447.
Storage Units
ing DI 1-0528.

Home Auxiliary Sets
Installation Luncheon

Motor vehicle accidents kill-
ed 36,700 and injured 2,825,000 tn,
Manuel Zechnian, Huntington on U.S. highways during 1958.
Woods a t t o r n e y, has been
named to serve on the nominat-
ing committee of the University
of Detroit Law School Alumni
1-3
Association.
Orchestra
-
Entertainment
His appointment by William
J. McBrearty, president of the
302 Fox Building
alumni group, is the first ac-
WO 2-4814
UN 4-4346
corded to a Jewish attorney in
the history of the Association.
Zechman, a graduate of the
U. of D. law school, has been
closely associated with activi-
PHOTOGRAPHY
ties of the Association. He is
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
also an active member of Cong.
For Quality Workmanship
Shaarey Zedek, where he has
Call Mr. Rosen
UN 1-9000
served on various committees.

Dave Diamond

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Orthodox Sisterhoods
Set Spring Luncheon
at Beth Abraham

Members of Beth Abraham
Synagogue will be hostesses to
the annual Spring Luncheon of
the Great Lakes Chapter, Wom-
en's Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America at 12:30 p.m., Thurs-
day, in the synagogue's Nus-
baum Hall.
Mrs. Harry Saltzman, chair-
man of arrangements, announces
that Mrs. Joshua S. Sperka will
be guest speaker. The Beth
Abraham Choral Group, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Shab-
tai Ackerman and directed by
Israel Fuchs, will present a
musical program.
Highlighting the program will
be a skit, "Molly Gets a Mem-
ber," presented under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Israel I. Halpern.
Proceeds from the luncheon will
go to the scholarship fund of
Yeshiva University's Stern Col-
lege for Women.
Affiliated Sisterhoods a n d
their presidents are Beth Abra-
ham, Mrs. Oscar Bank; Bnai
David, Mrs. Charles Schera;
Gemiluth Chassodim, Mrs. M.
Wildstrom; Young Israel of De-
troit, Mrs. Charles Gelman;
Young Israel of Northwest De-
troit, Mrs. Gus Lew; Young Is-
rael of Oak-Woods, Mrs. David
Dombey, who also is president
of the c h a p t e r; and Sharr
Hashomayim, Windsor, Mrs. R.
Friedman.

*

EL 7-0777

AND

Sole

4,

SHOMREY EMUNAH SIS-
TERHOOD will meet at 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the home of Mrs.
Alex Ungar, 19944 Stansbury.
Mrs. Isadore Levin, president.
announces that nominations will
be made for the new slate of
officers. Friends are invited.
* *
12TH STREET MOTHERS
CLUB will hold a mother and
daughter luncheon at 12:30
p.m., May 27, at Zack's Cater-
ing, according to Mrs. Eva
Morris, president. Entertain-
ment and prizes are being
planned. For reservations, call
Mrs. Fanny Waldfogel, ticket
chairman, DI. 1-2732.
(More Clubs on Page 19)

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