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October 23, 1959 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S—Friday, October 23, 1959-16




Farband's Brehii& Branch
Schedules Social Saturday

Jacob Glaser, president of
Brenner Branch, Farband, an-
nounces that the group's first
social will be held at 8:30 p.m.,
Saturday, in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Salinger,
18637 Roselawn. Arrangements
are being made by Mrs. Glaser
and Mesdames Harry Zeltzer
and Jack Galinsky. Prospective
members are invited.

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Doneson to Address
Maimonides Luncheon

Jules Doneson, of the Jules
Doneson Travel Agency, re-
cently back from a trip behind
the Iron Curtain, will speak on
"Russia As I Saw It" at a meet-
ing of the
Women's Aux-
iliary to the
Maimonides
Medical So-
ciety.
Mrs. Nathan-
iel Sandler,
vice-presi-
dent in charge
of program-
ming, will in-
tr odu ce the Mrs. Sandler
speaker at a luncheon meeting
this T u e s d ay afternoon, at
Jeri's. The invocation will be
delivered by Mrs. Marvin Levy,
past president.
All wives of Jewish doctors
are eligible for membership in
the Auxiliary. For information
or reservations, call Mrs. Marcus
Sugarman, UN 4-6900_

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National Leader
to Address PWO
Membership Tea

Mrs. Irwin Berman, national
regional chairman of the Pio-
neer Women, will be in Detroit
to keynote the opening of the
local PW Council's fall member-
ship campaign on Thursday
afternoon.
According to Mrs. Milton
Weiss, vice-president of organ-
ization, Airs. Berman will speak
on "Good to Build — Good to
Live" before new members and
sponsors attending a member-
bring-a-member tea in the home
of Mrs. Her-
man Brodsky,
12921 Nadine,
Huntington
Woods.
Mrs. Berman
w i 11 outline
developments
for the school
of home eco-
nomics being
Mrs. Berman planned by
Pioneer Women through Moet-
zet Hapoalot at Nahlat Yehuda,
in Israel.
The structure, first of its
kind, will be established in part-
nership with the Israel govern-
ment and WIZO, with American
equipment and instructors. Over
100 immigrant women will be
taught at the center.
Mrs. Robert Wolok, Council
membership co-chairman, will
preside at the tea, and will in-
troduce Wallace J. Newton, an
interior designer, who will
demonstrate transitional trends
in home decorations. He will-
present an art object from his
collection as a prize.
Working with Mrs. Wolok are
Mesdames M. Goldbaum and J.
Sulkes, co-chairmen, and Mes-
dames V. Linden, I. Levin and
A. Naggar. Social arrangements
have been made by Mesdames J.
Taitelman, S. Karbal and H. A.
Woolf.
For information about mem-
bership or the Thursday tea,
call Mrs. Wolok, at BR 3-6595.

Beth El Young Adults
to Hear Helen Bower

The Young Adult group of
Temple Beth El will hold its
first meeting of the new season
at 8 p.m., Thursday, in the
Temple's Franklin Hall.
Featured speaker of the eve-
ning will be Helen Bower, De-
troit Free Press movie critic.
Miss Bower began in the Free
Press society section and has
since moved to general re-
porter, drama critic, and her
present position.

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FeteHarryHearshens
on 50th Anniversary

J ewry

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest


THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Papa and the Well,"
a humorous story of a father
and a son, based on the Biblical
tale of Rebekah at the well, will
be presented.
*
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Maxwell H.
Dubin, of Wilshire Boulevard
THE HARRY HEARSHENS
Temple, Los Angeles, Calif.,
will speak on "There Are Giants
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hearshen,
in These Days."
important figures in the Labor
S * *
Zionist movement for many
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
years, will celebrate their 50th
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
wedding anniversary at a fam-
Station: WCAR.
ily party this Sunday.
Feature: "Farmers in the
Married on Oct. 25, 1909, in
Desert," a dramatic story of
modern Israeli agriculture, will Rochester, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs.
be presented in this weekly Hearshen have been Detroiters
series of the Jewish Community since 1928.
Council's culture commission.
While still in Rochester, Mr.
Hearshen was a participant in
the first conference of the Jew-
ish National Workers Alliance,
now known as the Farband
Marriages
Labor Zionist Order.
PONT-WASERMAN. Janet
Not only have the Hearshens
Ann Waserman, daughter of been active in Farband Branch
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Waser- 114, but they have raised a
man, of Kentucky Ave., was family of four children and
recently united in marriage to nine grandchildren, all of whom
Herbert Gordon Pont, son of have been active participants in
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pont, of the Labor Zionist movement.
Steel Ave. In announcing the
Joining with their parents at
marriage in last week's Jewish
News, the address of the bride- a reception Sunday will be Berl
groom's parents was listed Hearshen, one of the active
leaders in local Labor Zionist
erroneously.
• Included in the we d ding ranks today; Irving Hearshen,
party were Barbara Waserman, of Livonia; Max Hearshen, Is-
the bride's sister, and Carol rael Bond manager in Allen-
town, Pa.; and Mrs. Leah Shro-
Snyder, as junior bridesmaids,
deck, a teacher in the United
and Howard Waserman, brother
Jewish Folk Schools.
of the bride, was junior usher.
The celebration will take
place in the home of Mr. and
Temple Israel Couples
Mrs. Berl Hearshen, 18055 Ap-
Open Oneg Shabbat Series poline.
The first in its annual series
of oneg shabbats will be held Rovner Farein Plans
by the Young Marrieds Group
of Temple Israel following Simhat Torah Party
Rovner Progressive Farein
services at 8:30 p.m., today.
The program will take place has scheduled a Simhat Torah
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. party for 8:30 p.m., Thursday,
Morris Bargman, 13115 Talbot, at their meeting hall, 3754
Huntington Woods. Dr. Leon Monterey. The organizatioh will
Fram will lead a discussion on also begin plans for its 33rd
anniversary celebration.
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