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May 29, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 29, 1959-18

College Society Accepts Mrs. Kliger
Golf Day at Tani O'Shanter Marks Me•ers-Dui/sky Rites Mercy
Mrs. Celia Kliger, a leader in Kliger's thesis. Other inductees
communal women's activities, into the society were Sisters
Sportsmen's Tribe to to Col. Henshel Set for Early Fall
was one of four inductees in- Mary Margretta, Marion Therese

A little over two years ago, The group hopes to send all
a group of sports-minded De- qualified Jewish athletes in the
troiters who had just been in- city to the next Maccabiah
spired by the showing here of Games in 1961.
an Israeli basketball team
The biggest project taken on
against a squad composed of by the locla group of sports-
college all-stars, gathered in- men is the introduction of base-
formally to decide what they ball in the Jewish state. Herman
might do to further sports in Fishman, first chairman of the
Israel.
c h a p t e r, is presently on the
The meeting was the start of national committee which is
the Detroit Chapter of the U.S. boosting baseball in Israel. Both
Committee for Sports in Israel, Fishman and Dr. Berris are
which now numbers 40 men and members of the USCSI board.
also has on its roster leading
Regular meetings of the De-
non-Jewish personalities in the troit chapter are held on the
first Thursday of each month,
world of sports.
Now under the chairmanship when leading sports personal-
of Dr. Henry Berris, the Detroit ities are invited to talk inform-
Chapter is planning its first ally to the group.
Reservations f o r Tuesday's
major program to which the
outing are being taken by Fish-
public has been invited.
Over 200 men are expected man, UN 2-7618 or UN 1-6070,
to attend the group's dinner for or Dr. Berris, WO 1-6297 or
Col. Harry D. Henshel, vice- UN 4-3073.
chairman of the board of the
Bulova Watch Corp.. who is
chairman of the USCSI.
Col. Henshel will be pre-
sented with a special award for
Mrs. Ben Babcock, president
his contributions to furthering of the Ladies Auxiliary of Cong.
the development of sports in Beth Shmuel, announced this
Israel at a dinner Tuesday eve- week that the annual donor lun-
ning, at Tam O'Shanter. The cheon of the organization is
-drawing "gra-
banquet will climax an all-day
tifying sup-
outing devoted to golf and other
port" from the
activities.
traditional
Corning here from Chicago
community.
to present the award to Col.
The e v e-n t
Henshel will be Sid Luckman,
is planned for
acknowledged as one of the
1 2 : 3 0 p. m.,
great all-time quarterbacks in
June 17, in the
football when he played with
social hall of
the Chicago Bears a decade ago.
the synagogue,
Also on the program will be
and will fea-
a film of the World Maccabiah
Mrs. Babcock ture a pro-
Games held in Israel in 1957,
which saw U.S. Olympic fencer gram of Israeli and liturgical
Byron Krieger bring back hon- music.
Mrs. Louis Leebove is chair-
ors to Detroit.
Krieger's trip was the first man of the luncheon committee.
arranged with the assistance of For tickets, call TO 5-1351 or
the Detroit Chapter of USCSI. TE 4-0777.

Beth Shmuel Auxiliary
Sets Donor Luncheon

* * *

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MISS HARRIET MEYERS

Dr. and Mrs. Philip Meyers,
of Wildemere Ave., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Harriet Rose, to Robert
Stanley Dunsky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Dunsky, of Santa
Barbara Dr.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Liggett School and attended
Lasell College in Boston, Mass.
Mr. Dunsky is a graduate of the
University of Michigan college
of pharmacy, and is affiliated
with Tau Delta Phi and Phi
Delta Chi fraternities.
The young couple is planning
an early fall wedding date.

Bar Mitzvahs I

The annual meeting of the
Adas Shalom PTO, United
Hebrew Schools, will take place
at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
the synagogue social hall. Des-
sert luncheon will be served.
Election of officers will be
held, and parents of students
in the graduating class will be
honored. Mrs. Albert Elazar,
guest speaker, will discuss
highlights of her visit to Israel.
Greetings will be extended
by Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum,
branch principal, and Mrs.
LeRoy L. Atler, president.

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their son, Kenneth Mark, on
* * *
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May 18—To Mr. and Mrs. reception in Kenneth's honor
Harold Cantor (E lizabeth will be held from 2 to 5 p.m.,
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Cohen), of 24310 Oneida, Oak June 7, in the family home.
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* * *
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May 13 — To Mr. and Mrs. A dinner in Mark's honor will
Milton Genser (Alyce Surath), be held that evening, at Holi-
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13523 W. 7 MILE RD. at SCHAEFER
* * *
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* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Z. Wise,
May 11—To Mr. and Mrs. of 18646 Woodingham, announce
Phillip Silverstein (Muriel the Bar Mitzva . of their - son,
Forma n), of 24760 Harding, Peter Fein, on Saturday, at Beth
Oak Park, a son, Avery Marc. Abraham Synagogue. Open
* * *
house, both in honor of his Bar
May 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. Mitzvah and graduation from
Frank Gobel (Adrienne Box- Hebrew school, will be held
man), of Birmingham, Mich., a from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, in the
family home.
daughter, Shawna.
* * *
* * *
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Clyde Boyd,
May 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
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announce
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Allan Becker (C a r 0 1 Krohn),
of 15327 Steel, a daughte r, Mitzvah of their son, Norman
more important than what you say is
David, on Saturday, at Turover
how you say it. Expressions of sym.
Ruth Eileen.
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
* * a
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May 4—To Mr. and Mrs. tion in Norman's honor will be
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p.m.,
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Alan Soskin (Gail R. Hyman),
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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Tashman,
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
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* * *
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April 16—To Dr. and Mrs. a. A luncheon in Michael's
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Bernard Shapiro (Marcia Tay- honor will be held for the im-
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Jeri's.
Jeffrey David.

Oirth Announcements

May I5—To Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Jacobs (Bonnie Mer-
zon), of 1947.5 St. Francis, Li-
vonia, a daughter, Julie Erin.
*
*

May 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Ring (Sylvia Stein),
of W. Grand Ave., a daughter,
Marlene Ellen.

itiated into Lambda Iota Tau and Mary Roselyn.
honorary society at Mercy Col-
lege.
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Mrs. Kliger, of 18438 Hart-
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