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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 12, 1959-22

Brandeis Women
to Elect Officers

A slate of officers for the
Detroit Chapter of Brandeis
University Women's Committee
will be presented by the nom-
inating committee chairman
Mrs. Robert V. Danto, at the
annual meeting and election
Monday in the garden of Mrs.
Michael Freeman, 1810 Welles-
ley.
Recommendations for nom-
inations may be made in writ-
ing by any member of the Chap-
ter or Board to Mrs. Danto.
Additional nominations may be
made from the floor at the
meeting provided that the con-
sent of the person nominated
has been previously obtained.
Luncheon preparations were
supervised by Mesdames Arth-
ur Rice, president, William Ger-
shenson, luncheon chairman,
Milton Doner, John C. Hopp,
Jr. and Aaron Gershenson.
Hostesses for a tour of Mrs.
Freeman's private museum of
antique musical instruments
will be Mesdames Nathan Bala-
ban, Samuel Caplan, Arthur
Eckhaus, Hugh Greenberg, Jer-
ome Hirsch, Merle Harris, Har-
old Norman, Irving Radner, Ir-
ving Rose, Robert Ruch, Victor
Shiffman, Robert Solomon and
Norman Stern.

Dr. Sniderman Heads
Jewish Center's JPI

The Jewish Parents Institute
of the Jewish Center elected
the following officers:
Dr. Samuel Sniderman, presi-
dent; Mrs. Louis Seifer, . vice
president; Mrs. Milton Halbert,
secretary; Milton Bates, treas-
urer; Mrs. Eugene Raymer,
Mrs. Monroe 1\Iolner, Mrs. David
Babitch, Mrs. Warren Stettan,
Dr. Robert Luby and Mrs. Sey-
mour Chodorkoff, members of
the educational policies com-
mittee.

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activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hirschman and children, Joel, Rae,
Bruce and Francie, are visiting here for two weeks from Port-
land, Ore., with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Joseph
Hirschman, of 16233 Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wainer, of Canterbury Rd., have returned
from a stay at the Concord Hotel, in the Catskills, where Mr.
Wainer attended the convention of the National Truckers and
Auto Wreckers Ass'n.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ledger, of 13241 Albany, Oak Park, will
hold open house this Sunday in honor of the graduation of their
daughter, Winifred, from the University of Michigan college of
education. Miss Ledger is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Pi Lambda Theta, national honorary societies.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Krieger, formerly of Monterey Ave.,
are now residing in their new home at 18527 Flamingo Blvd.,
Livonia.
The 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rose,
of Vernon Ave., Huntington Woods, will be celebrated at a
reception Sunday afternoon, at the home of their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Iden, of Elgin Ave., Huntington Woods. Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Rose, also of Huntington Woods, will receive with
their parents. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Topolsky and Mr. Albert Kawer, of Tuckahoe, N.Y.; Mr.
and Mrs. I. Brodach, of Toronto, Ont., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fink, of Evanston, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fink, of Carol Ave., will arrive home
this weekend from an extended visit to Israel and Europe in
time to join in the anniversary celebration being planned for
Mrs. Fink's brother and sister-in-law, the Jack Roses. Traveling
companions for the trip, which included stopovers in Rome,
Paris and London, were the Morris Rosenbergs, of Dartmouth
Ave., Oak Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zeitlin, who were married March 1, in
Berkeley, Calif., will be in Detroit for two weeks, during which
they will be guests of honor at a reception planned by Mr. Zeit-
lin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeitlin. The party will be held
at 2 p.m., June 21, at the Sholem Aleichem Institute. Mr. Zeitlin
is a graduate student and teaching assistant in the University
of California department of sociology and recently won a Wood-
row Wilson Fellowship. Mrs. Zeitlin attends Oakland City
College. After vacationing in Michigan, the couple will travel
East to visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Geller, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Laikin are visiting in Baltimore, to
attend the confirmation of their grandson, Michael Stuart Novey,
at the Chizuk Amunah Synagogue, today.
Miss Maxine Stoller, of the Jules Doneson Travey Agency,
has just returned from a tour through Fort Lauderdale, Miami
and Nassau, where she visited the newest hotels and clubs in the
area in preparation for the coming tourist season.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rosin have left aboard the liner Olym-
pia for a three-month stay in Israel.
Mrs. Beulah Flint and Mrs. Pnina Goldenberg were passen-
gers aboard the Israeli flagship Zion, which left June 4 for
Haifa.
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Stone left last week on their honey-
moon to England, France, Switzerland, the Riviera, Italy and
Israel.
Mrs. Rachel Sherman and Mrs. Ida Rothenstein left this
week for a visit in Scotland.
A surprise party was given May 30 for Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
B. Gordon, of 18653 Santa Barbara, in honor of the couple's
35th wedding anniversary. Given by their children, Mr. and
Mrs. George N. Gordon, of Skokie, Ill., and Dr. and Mrs. Norman
R. Schakne, of Detroit, the dinner-dance was held at Sammy's
Avalon Room. Among the many guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon's four grandchildren and their brothers and sisters,
including the following out-of-towners: Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Greenberg, Mr. Herman Greenberg, Mrs. Rose Rosen, Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Katz, Miss Adele Gordon and Mr. David Golub, all of Hartford,
Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Levy, Mr. Bernard Levy, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Friedman and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Mehlman, all of Chicago.
Mr. Daniel L. Tickton and his grandson, Stanley Tickton,
are in Washington, D.C., this week to attend the confirmation
of Mr. Tickton's granddaughter, Ruth Kramer, from Sinai
Temple. Miss Tickton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor H.
Kramer (Miriam Tickton, of Detroit).
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baracli, of Brooklyn, N.Y., are the
Shavuot house guests of their children, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph N.
Epel, of Leslie Ave. They will greet their newly-born grandson,
Daniel Elchanon Epel, and their four other grandchildren.
Dr. and Mrs. David Kliger were honored by their friends
on their 25th wedding anniversary, Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving I. Katz, of 18211 Santa Rosa, will cele-
brate their 25th wedding anniversary on Monday. Mr. Katz is
executive secretary of Temple Beth El.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Handels-
man, of Littlefield Ave., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sarah, to Abraham
Mark s, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Marks, of L a n s i n g,
Mich. A July 2 wedding is
planned.

960

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Center Dramatic Dept.
Lists Events for June

Larry Paul
Furniture Service

A series of June events has
Refinishing & Repairing
been scheduled by the drama Antique
White; Change Din. Rm.
Table to Drop Leaf.
department of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center, 18100 Meyers.
7579 W. McNichols
Children's dramatic groups
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949
will present playlets at 4 p.m.,
Monday, and at. 4 p.m., Wed
nesday.
JACK GORBACK
Center Theater acting clinic
will discuss "Problems of Voice, *PHOTOS
Speech and Overcoming Self- *
* ic
Consciousness" at 8 p.m., Mon- : Weddings
sc
Bar
day; "Special Work On Concen- ,*
ic
tration and Characterization," 8 ; Mitzvahs
ic
p.m., June 22; "Actor's Daily *
4C

Dozen For Homework During *
:Quality
work
Summer," 8 p.m., June 29.
*

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Center Theater will hold a
•ic
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UN
3-8532
"Meet Great Actors" meeting *
*********************.
at 8:30 p.m., June 24.

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HEADQUARTERS

The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. I. Kramer,
provides a varied program for
its co-educational Senior Ac-
tivities Center including month-
ly birthday parties, sewing
projects for Children's Hos-
pital, movies, speakers, musi-
cal entertainment, and outings.
The group meets from 1 to
4 p.m., Monday and Wednes-
day at its lounge, 8436 W. Mc-
Nichols. All senior citizens
are invited to attend. For fur-
ther information, call UN
3-5427.

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Senior Citizens Plan Garden Installation

A garden party Wednesday
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man, 17388 San Juan, will fea-
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The Mr. and Mrs. Group of
the City of Hope held a short
farewell meeting for departing
charter members Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph 'Snyder at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weintraub,
following an Installation of offi-
cers at the Alamo Dinner Club
June 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and re-
tiring president Joe Mossok
were presented with farewell
gifts by the group, and Mo s . sok -
delivered an address.
Officers for the coming two
years are Molly Lipson, presi-
dent; Larry Schwartz, vice pres-
ident; Sol Lewis, secretary; and
Sarah Fishkind, treasurer.
The Mr. and Mrs. Group raises
funds for the hospital and re-
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