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May 15, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-15

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Elect Burke to Head Beth El Men

Women; Clubs

(More Clubs Page 15)
building to complete plans for
BETH YEHUDAH SISTER- a 34th anniversary banquet,
HOOD will hold a spring lunch- scheduled for May 27, at Holi-
eon and games party at 12:30 day Manor. For tickets, call
p.m., Wednesday, in the syna- Mrs. Walter Epstein, DI. 1-3523,
gogue social hall. For informa- or Mrs. P. Leader, WE. 3-0938.
* * *
tion, call Mrs. R. Lowenthal,
chairman, UN. 3-7071.
A mother and daughter lun-
*
*
cheon and fashion show is
Mrs. J. Friedman, president of planned by the S H O L E M
DAVID-HORODOKER YOUNG ALEICHEM WOMEN'S DIVI-
WOMEN, announces the ap- SION at 12:30 p.m., May 23, at
pointment of Mrs. J. Spielberg the Institute, 19350 Greenfield.
as chairman and Mesdames M. For reservations, call VE. 8-7440.
Beck and L. Helman as co-
chairmen of a games party, to
be held Tuesday evening, at
Holiday Manor. For tickets, call
Mrs. M. Weinstein, UN. 4-8307;
or Mrs. J. Gutetman, DI. 1-9088.
MISS FREDRICKA ELMAN
MENDELSON-FARBMAN. In
All proceeds will assist the
a double-ring ceremony sol-
Announcement has been made needy here and in Israel.
emnized recently by Dr. Floyd
* * *
of the engagement of Fredricka
S. Fierman, rabbi of Mt. Sinai
- Phyllis Elman and Lewis Gene
Mrs. Jack Miller will be
Temple, El Paso, Tex., Lenore
Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. installed as president of
Rita Farbman was joined in
Milton Weinstein, of 18214 ZEDAKAH CLUB at the annual
marriage to Pfc. Martin George
Parkside.
mother and daughter luncheon
Mendelson.
The bride-elect, daughter of of the organization, to be held
The bride is the daughter of
at
12:30
p.m.,
Monday
at
Rain-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elman, of
Mr. and. Mrs. Jack S. Cooper,
Waterbury, Conn., is a student bow T err a c e. Other newly- of Chesterfield Rd. Her hus-
at Brandeis University. Mr. elected officers being inducted
band, the son' of Mr. and Mrs.
Weinstein attends the Detroit include Mesdames Jack Green- Jack Mendelson, of Oak Park,
College of Law.
berg, Morris Aarons, Ben Chest-
is currently stationed with the
Plans have been made for a nut and Freda Podell, vice-
U. S. Army at Fort Bliss, Tex.
June 21 wedding in Waterbury. presidents; Elizabeth Martin,
The new Mrs. Mendelson
treasurer; B. Ellison, C. Fried-
wore a gown of blue chiffon,
man and Fay Katz, secretaries; trimmed in Alencon lace, and
Hat tie Schwartz, hospitality; carried her white Bible, atop
Max Ellias, reporter; Dave Zell- of which was a white orchid
man, Joseph Levy and Jean and stephanotis.
Weiss, trustees. For reserva-
Merle Silbert, of El Paso,
tions, call Mrs. Miller, SU. 8- was the maid of honor, and Pfc.
3683; or Mrs. Sam Wexler, BR. Benny Gresham, of Mississippi,
Charlotte Hyams, a junior at 3-2743.
was best man.
* * *
Wayne State University, has
The couple presently resides
YOUNG
WOMEN'S
BICUR
been awarded the Lucy Corbett
in El Paso, where Mrs. Mendel-
CHOLEM will meet to elect son is attending Texas Western
Scholarship.
Miss Hymns was chosen for new officers at 12:30 p.m., Mon- College.
the award for her outstanding day, in the home of Mrs. Beryl
journalistic work as feature edi- Harrison, 19203 Monica. A Music Study Club to Elect
tor and columnist for the WSU board will convene at 11 a.m.
Officers at Annual Meet
Daily Collegian. She also was During the month of May, the
Music Study Club of Detroit
honored for her excellence in group is conducting a spring
rummage sale_ on W. 8 Mile and will hold its annual luncheon
scholarship.
meeting at 12:30 p.m. May 26
Greenlawn.
On June 1, Miss Hyams will
-* * *
at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-

join the editorial staff of
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of tute, 19350 Greenfield. Election
The Detroit Jewish News.
- Miss Hyams is the daughter the Eastern Star, Will hold its of officers will be held. A musi-
of Mrs. Gertrude Hyams of ceremony of initiation at 7:45 cal program will be presented
by cellist David Levine.
15870 Wisconsin and of the late p.m.,- Monday at its temple, 80
For reservations call Mrs.
Lewis Hyams who was a well W. Alexandrine. Dinner will
known Detroit newspaperman. precede the program at 6 p.m. Joseph Mehr, UN. 2-7343 or
Dessa Wolff, TR. 1-2868. Mrs.
She is a graduate of Cooley Being advanced officers night,
Jack Mash, president, urges
line
officers
will
advance
their
High School and presently also
members to attend this final
is studying at the Midrasha, the stations. For dinner reserva- meeting of the year.
College of Hebrew Studies of tions, call Honey Magid, UN.
2-5208.
the United Hebrew Schools.

m arriages

Charlotte Hyams
Wins Award; Joins
Jewish News Staff

Abraham J. Burke was
elected president of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth El at the
4 0th annual
meeting held
recently. He
has been ac-
tive in t h e
Men's Club as
a member . of
the board of
trustees, chair-
man of impor-
tant commit-
tees and as
first vice-
Burke
president.

board: Robert N. Canvasser,
Nathan B. Carroll, Aubrey H.
Ettenheimer, Stuart A. Graff,
David Handleman, Bernard R.
Isenberg, Richard S. Prentis,
Albert F. Rogan, Martin K.
Stein, Clement J. Weitzman
and Louis A. Welt.

Frederick William Gunn
founded the first camp in 1861.

For the
Perfect Affair .

Mickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

Other officers elected were:
UN 3-3737
Wilbur DeYoung and Herbert
J. Kessler, vice-presidents; Dr.
Irving I. Edgar, treasurer; Al-
fred L. Lindenbaum, secretary, *PLASTIC FURNITURE
and Richard A. Serlin, assistant
COVERS
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■ 1 MADE
TO ORDER OR
4
READY
MADE
The following were elected
LI 2-0874
to the board of directors ,for a
term of two years: Albert D. ,CALL ANNA KARBALR
Blatnikoff, Paul Broder, Ray-
mond Davis, Russell S. Davis,
Philip M. Fisher, Dr. Louis L.
Want The Best?
Friedland, Peter B. Gilbert,
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Benjamin W. Grant, Archie
Katcher, • Irving L. Kramer,
and His Orchestra
Mitchell R. Mendeberg and
John M. Wife.
The following remain on the

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* * *

SA Institute Chapter II
to Discuss Jewish Education

"Conversations on Jewish Ed-
ucation" is the theme of an oneg
shabbat planned by Chapter II
of the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute at 9 p.m., May 22, at the
Institute, 19350 Greenfield.
Discussants will include Dr.
Irving Panush, George M. Zelt-
zer and Mrs. Dan Robb. The
pUblic is invited.

WHY WORRY I I

Leave Everything to Us

Samuel Hechtman, mem-
bership chairman, of the HOME
RELIEF SOCIETY, will be
hostess to a luncheon for new
and old members on May 25, in
her home at 3440 Sherbourne.
Mrs. Louis Marks, program
chairman, will present Harold
Waldman, who will demonstrate
the art of arranging fresh flow-
ers. For reservations, call LI
3-2158 or DI 1-2708.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIFGHTERS will meet at 8:30
p.m., Monday, at Holiday Man-
or, when Mrs. Elliott Schubi-
ner, program vice-president,
will present a hair styling pro-
gram featuring Pandora Hair
Salon. Mothers of members will
be special guests.
* * *
'LADIES 0 F YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and WO-
MEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
will meet jointly at 12:30 p.m.,
Thursday, in the Yeshivah

Mrs.

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19-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri da y, May 15, 1959

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