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June 19, 1959 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-19

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Women's Clu4 activities

LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and
WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
will sponsor an installation
11 ncheon at 12:30 p.m., Tues-
day, at Young Israel of Detroit.
Mrs. Kate Winston will be in-
stallation officer, while social
arrangements are being directed
by Mrs. Walter Epstein, chair-
man, Mrs. David Gelbman, co-
chairman, and Mesdames Jacob
Faigenbaum, Louis Jonas, Rose
Bielewich and Pearl Leader.

To Wed fitly 5

I applied mine heart to know
and to search, and to seek out
wisdom, and the reason of
things.—Eccl. 7:25

FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER, man and M. Weisman, secre-
Mizrachi Women, will hold a taries; J. Weinberg, treasurer;
For the
luncheon and garden party on J. Ainbinder, N. Razumna, case
Perfect Affair .. .
July 7, in the home of Mrs. workers; M. Lessen, sunshine;
Daniel Temchin, 14150 Victoria, J. Nadek, membership; M. Nei-
Oak Park. Proceeds will go to man and A. Berger, social; L.
and His Orchestra
the Child Restoration Fund. Shapiro, publicity; S. Dean, P.
UN 3-3737
Friends are invited.
Feiner , 1N.I. Blaze, telephone.
• * *
Mrs. L. Gruskin is taking reser-
Mrs. Robert Israel, president vations for the luncheon.
PHOTOGRAPHS by
of the WORKMENS CIRCLE
BERNARD H.
WOMEN'S DIVISION, an-
AVIVA CHAPTER, Pioneer
nounces the group's final meet- Women, will hold its annual
ing of the season at 9 p.m., Sat- installation luncheon at 12:30
urday, at the WC Center. Jos- p.m., Wednesday, in the home
A board meeting of the SIS- eph Bernstein will be guest
of Mrs. Norman Leemon, 18945
KE. 1-8196
TERS OF ZION MIZRACHI is speaker. A midnight supper will Fairfield.
GIFT of Min. Album
announced for 12 noon Thurs- also be served. Friends are in-
*
*
for Mom on all Candids
day at Young Israel Center, vited to attend.
MISS SUSAN FRANK
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pio-
*
4:
*
Dexter and Fullerton. Officers
neer Women, will hold. its an-
recently installed are Mesdames
Newly-elected officers of the nual installation ceremony at a
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Frank,
Morris Goldberg, president; JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB 12 noon luncheon on Tuesday, of Pennington Dr., announce
Pearl Hoffman, Pearl Leader, were installed by past president at Topinka's Country House. the engagement of their daugh-
YE 5-7224
Rose Schuratz, vice-presidents; Helen Grundy at a - recent paid- Mrs. Paul Feldman will induct ter, Susan, to Norman Prady,
GREENCRAFT
Ida Goldfine, treasurer; Milton up membership luncheon. They the following newly-elected of- son of the Calvin Pradys, of
FLORISTS
Winston, Augusta Subar, Flora are: Gloria Stasofsky, president; ficers: Mesdames Gerald Gold- Oak Park. Th, wedding will be
13542 Greenfield
Smerling, Beverly Levitt, secre- Gloria Woolman, Beverly Gold berg, president; Edward Stark, solernnized on July 5.
Miss Shirley, Consultant
taries; Leah Feldman, program; and Sally Cogan, vice-presi- Sam Fishman and Ben Meyers,
Beatrice Servetter, publicity; dents; Sheryl Krasnow, treas- vice-presidents; Rudolph Gemza
JULIAN B. VENEZKY, of *
Rose Bielewich, social; Rose urer; Evelyn Gorash, Thelma Max Nyman, Archie Fabian and Peoria, Ill., has been named
I JACK GORBACK i
Stalburg, Lois Novitz and Bar- Ralph Raimi, secretaries; and
Whiteman and Ann Bailes.
national chairman for special
* * *
bara Bomze, secretaries; Anita David Rosenberg, treasurer.
gifts by the Combined Campaign * PHOTOS
-sc
Gold, publicity; Lois Howard, Mrs. Louis Isaacs, chairman, is
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
for American Reform Judaism, * Weddings
*
program; Lois Pershin, sun- accepting luncheon reservations
*
TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION is
the central agency for support *
-lc
Bar
planning its annual luncheon shine; and Delores Max, mem- at UN 4-5837.
of America's oldest national in- *
Mitzvahs
*
bership.
The
new
administra-

C
and games party at 12 noon,
stitutions of religious Judaism, *

June 30, at Northland Center tion will continue group efforts
the 86 year old Union of Amer- *
TUROVER
LADIES
AUXIL-
*
to
provide
assistance
to
the
De-
*Quality
work
Hospitality House. Julia Weiss,
IARY is planning its final lun- ican Hebrew Congregations and
troit
Association
for
Retarded
i
*

*
funds chairman, invites friends
cheon meeting for Wednesday the 84 year old Hebrew Union *
*
to join in the afternoon of Children.
College-Jewish
Institute
of
Re-
*
UN
3-8532
afternoon,
at
Turover
Temple,
*
* *
*
*
ligion.
games and prizes.
********************0
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women 12129 Dexter, announces Mrs.
will hold its installation lunch- Rosalyn Zeldes, president. Meet-
eon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday ings will resume in the fall.
• *
in the Morris L. Schaver Audi-
Mrs. Irving Chaiken, presi-
torium of the Hayim Greenberg
Center, 19161 Schaefer. Mrs. dent of NEW LIFE CHAPTER,
Michael Michlin will install of- American Medical Center at
LOVE- FURS TOO...
to
ficers. For reservations call Denver, will be installed as
Mrs. Hannah Jacobs, DI 1-2836. president for a second term at
*
a 12 noon luncheon on Thurs-
Twelve needy families in Is- day, at the Steak Knife. Attor-
rael will receive the proceeds ney Harry Anbender will also
from the EZRATH GROUP induct the following officers:
luncheon and garden games Mesdames Donald L. Golden,
party Wednesday at the home of Louis Parzen and Elvon Pol-
for
Mrs. Emil Edelson, 3850 W. Out- lack, vice-presidents; Max Kol-
MISS BARBARA NOW AVAILABLE
er DriVe, announces Mrs. Al- ovsky, treasurer; Manuel Krav-
itz,
Oliver
Barnes,
Harvey
bert Potiker, president. Prizes,
19218 LIVERNOIS
including three original paint- Rothstein, secretaries; Edward
UN 1-1089
ings, will be awarded. This is the Epstein, chaplain; Jerry Eaton,
1 Block North of 7 Mile Road
RAGE. aaninG.REPAIRMG.RESPILIDG
main fund raising project of the Sam Goren and Nate Goldman,
twelve member group. All trustees. Board members are
OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY
friends are invited. For addi- Mesdames Sam Bale, M. Beren-
• STORAGE
tional information, call Mes- son, Isadore Chaiken, Jack
1 n Certified Cold
dames Beryl _Harrison, UN Friedlander, Emil Fruchter,
Storage Units
1-3762, Albert P o t i k e r, UN Harold Goldberg, Alfred Gott-
1-0205, or Jack Bookstein, UN lieb, David Kaufman, Phillip
• CLEANING and
Kravetz, Ben Madvin, Sam Ne-
3-4372.
REPAIRING
* *
meth, Peter Polinsky, Ben Ros-
Your Valuable Furs
LADIES OF YIDDISH en, Lester Rynek and Carl
Cleaned and Repaired
FOLKS FAREIN will hold a Krupp. Guests are invited. For
to Revitalize them
luncheon on Tuesday afternoon, reservations, call Mrs. Edward
after the long, hard
at Federal's Grand River - Oak- Epstein, chairman, BR 3-3812,
man auditorium, under the or Mrs. Isadore Chaiken, BR
winter!
chairmanship of Mrs. Mary Her- 3-3210.
* *
man. Prizes will be awarded.
* * *
SHOMREY EMUNAH SIS-
EVERGREEN CONGREGA- TERHOOD will meet at 8 p.m.,
FOR BONDED
TION SISTERHOOD will close Wednesday, in the home of Mrs.
MESSENGER
its season with an address by Rae Urnowitz, 13261 8'. Norfolk.
Mrs. Max Frank, past president Plans for the annual garden
• RESTYLING
of the Detroit Chapter of Ha- party, under the chairmanship
dassah, on Wednesday, in the of Mrs. Alex Ungar, with Mes-
If your furs are out-
synagogue social hall. Mrs. Har- dames Gertie Baruch and Irv-
dated—let us restyle
old Eskowitz, program chair- ing Weiss as co-chairmen, will
them to the latest 1959
man,
advises that Mrs. Frank be finalized.
styles in the expert
* A*
will speak on "Jewish Interna-
Ceresnie manner!
DETROIT LADIES AUXIL-
tional Affairs."
Father's
* * *
IARY, American Medical Cen-
Day is this
ter
at
Denver,
will
hold
its
30th
DETROIT LINK, Order of
SUNDAY
the Golden Chain, will hold its annual donor luncheon at 1
annual garden party for mem- p.m., Tuesday, at Turover Tem-
bers and friends at 12:30 p.m., ple, 12129 Dexter, according
a glamorous July 21, in the home of Mrs. to Mrs. Paul Shapiro, president.
0
. give him comfortable
Phil Ruskin, 4344 Arden Pl., Proceeds will aid patients at
collection of
Royal Oak. Games and prizes the center in their fight against
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TE
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PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT Named to Centennial Group
Dr. Bertram W. Korn,
CLUB will hold its annual in-
stallation luncheon at 12:30 president of the American Jew-
p.m., Tuesday, at Sammy's Ava- ish Historical Society, has been
lon Room. Mrs. H. Ehrlichman, appointed to the Advisory
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installing officer, will induct Council of the Civil War Cen-
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the following women: Mesdames tennial Commission of the Fed-
5th Floor Mutual Bldg., 28 W. Adams
J. Rodman, president; W. Belin- eral Government by Major
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