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September 04, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-04

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Helfmans Exchange
Vows Again After
50-Year Romance

Harvest Ball Gives Momentum
to Hadassah Honor Campaign;-
Mrs. Moses Epstein to Speak

To set the annual Hadassah
Honor Roll campaign in motion,
the Harvest Ball will be held
at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the grand
ballroom of the Sheraton-Cadil-
lac Hotel:
Hors d'oeuvres, followed by
dinner at 8 will be served
against a backdrop resembling
"paradise," according to Mrs.
Nathan Schlafer, chairman of
the Detroit and South Oakland
County co-sponsored ball. The
Fenby-Carr Orchestra will pro-
vide music.
Milt Kamen, comedian, will
entertain.
Mrs. Moses Epstein will bring
up.to-date news on Hadassah's
work in Israel, including medi-
cal work in research and treat-
ment; -completion of the new
$25,000,000 medical center; vo-
cational education program; -af-
forestation in the Safad area;
and youth aliyah program, in
which some 10,000 more Jewish
children will be absorbed into
the country by December, 1960.
It is for these projects that the
honor roll campaign will raise
funds, stated Mrs. Milton So-
rock, vice president of honor
tall.
All contributors of $100 or
more are invited to attend. Mrs.
Morris Brandwine, LI 7-7609, is
handling dinner reservations..
General solicitations for the
honor roll campaign will com-
mence Wednesday at the De-
troit chapter?s opening meeting
at Temple Israel.
A dessert luneheon will be
served at 12:30 p.m., announces
, . Mrs. David J. Schachter,
chapter president. Assisted by

Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, general
solicitations chairman, she has
planned a program to feature
guest speaker Mrs. Epstein,
who also will speak at 8:15 p.m.
at the Business and Professional
opening meeting at Hadassah
House, 16240 W. Seven Mile.

Bar Mitzvahs

"Diplomacy is to do and say
the nastiest thing in the nicest
way."—Isaac Goldberg.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Masser-
man, of 17164 Pinehurst, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Jay, at 9 a.m., Satur-
day, at Beth Aaron Synagogue.
There will be a luncheon at
Sammy's Avalon Room Sunday.

ANN L. KORSON, R.E.

Now Located at

15228 W. Seven Mile Rd.

(Bet. Whitcomb & Sussex)
SUPERFLUOUS (UNWANTED)
HAIR Permanently removed
from Face, Arms, Legs,
Hair Lines Reshaped.
Latest scientific medically
approved methods.

activities

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its first MR. AND MRS. S. HELFMAN
autumn season meeting -at its
Wedding bells will ring again
new headquarters, the Sholem
Aleichem I n s t i t u t e, 19350 for Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Helf-
Greenfield at Seven -Mile Rd., man, of Detroit and Miami
at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday. Beach. This time they're golden
Games and prizes will be fea- bells. -
tured. All members and pros-
Renewing their vows at a
pective members are asked to mock ceremony, solemnized by
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
attend.
* * *
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel,, Mr.
A cabaret night social is and Mrs. Helfman will begin
planned by LOUIS MARSHALL their second half-century of
LODGE and CHAP TER as marriage, Saturday, at Adas
their opening joint meeting Shalom Synagogue.
Tuesday at the Hayim Green-
Matron of honor and best
berg Center. Comedian Max man will be Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sosin and Pat Winslow, vocal- Kramer, who played these rolls
ist, will highlight the enter- at the wedding and 25th
tainment, along with dancing anniversary event.
and refreshments. T h e pro-
Also participating in the wed,
gram was arranged by lodge ding party will be the Helf-
and - chapter presidents Albert mans' four sons, 'Philip, Jerome,
Gutman and Mrs. Alex Mann, LeRoy and Charles, and 'their
and pr o g r a m chairmen Dr. wives; four daughters, Mes-
Jerome Wolfe and Mrs. Harry dames Sidney Pozen, George
Kaufman.
Kollenberg, Maurice Shacket
. * * *
and Abraham Lupovitch, and
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER is their husbands; and 24 grand-
scheduling its opening tea for children.
12:30 p.m., Wednesday, at Mar
A partner, with his sons, in
Gene Caterers, 18410 Wyoming. the Atls and Filmore Luinber
Want The Best?.
Program chairman -D or o t h Companies, Mr. Helfman was
Ask 'the Folks Vilio:ve . Had
Drews will conduct a rumor one of the founders of the Adas
SAM BARN ETT clinic,
Shalom Synagogue. Mrs. Helf-
* * *
and ills Orchestra
man has been a sponsor in the
The SHIRLEY ROTHEN- Israel Bond program since its
LI 1-2563
BERG CHAPTER, Bnai Brith -inception. - -
Young Women,. sponsored a
Among 'the guests from New
card night. Hostess for the eve- York, Massachusetts, Florida
ning was Miss Barbara Horo- and Pennsylvania, will be Mr.
witz of Oak Park. The next and Mrs. Shimon Shanuk, of
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
social event of the chapter will Israel, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Finest in Child Photography
be a membership tea on Sept. Stornall, of Los Angeles, who
Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids
Restoring Old Photographs
celebrated their 50th anniver-
13.
* * 4:
sary two years ago.
KE 1-0104
TIKVAH LODGE held its first
"Bawling Clinic" at Rolawile Joins RippleSole - as
Recreation, Monday. Tony Lin-
VE 5-7224
demann, one of America's fore- Its Retail Coordinator
most bowlers and captain of the
Leo Masters, former manager
Stroh Bowling Team, as in- of the Detroit I. Miller Salon,
13542 Greenfield
structor, introduced a series of
has joined the
FLOWERS FOR . WEDDINGS,
BAR. 'MITZVAHS., . SHOWERS.
slide pictures to help illustrate
Ripple Sole
CONTACT MISS SHIRLEY
the finer points of bowling.
Corporation as
retail coordi-
nator, it was
announced by
Leonard Hack,
president of
Ripple Sole
Corporation.
Masters will
work directly
with individ-
u a 1 retailers,
d e partment
Masters store shoe buy-
ers, merchandise managers and
advertising directors to assist
OPENING SUNDAY, SEPT. 6
them in tying their advertising
and promotion to the extensive
AND LABOR DAY
national campaign of the Ripple
Sole Corporation.
at our new location

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