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November 06, 1959 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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Women's Club activities

SINAI WIVES CLUB will needy sick. For reservations,
hold a games night party at 8:30 call Mrs. J. Spiegelman, UN.
p.m., Wednesday, in the home 1-1344 or Mrs. J. Weinstein,
of Mrs. Allen Soble, 23831 Man- UN. 1-6134.
istee, Oak Park. Mrs. Arthur
• * *
Friedman is co-hostess.
NORTH WOODWARD
* * *
BRANCH, Jewish Women's Eu-
A pre - Thanksgiving turkey ropean Welfare Organization,
luncheon will be served by will meet at 12:30 p.m., Wednes-
KINNERET CHAP T E R, Pio- day, in the home of Mrs. Elson
neer Women, at 12 noon, Wed- Landman, 17303 Birwood. A
nesday, in the Hayim Greenberg dessert luncheon will be served,
Center. An afternoon of games and there will be reports on the
will follow. Mrs. Frances recent bake sale and luncheon.
Shayne, Moetzet Hapoalot chair-
man, urges members to bring
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
their friends.
will meet Monday evening, in
• * *
the synagogue social hall, when
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer Mrs. Hayim Donin will review
Women, will hold a paid-up Herman Wouk's "This Is My
membership cocktail party at God."
• * *
8:30 p.m., Monday, in the home
AMERICAN
HAVEN- CLUB
of Mrs. Alex Schreier, 13322
Borgman, Huntington Woods. has scheduled a fund-raising
Mrs. Movsas Goldtoftas will luncheon at 1 p.m., Tuesday, in
speak on her recent trip to Federal's Grand River-Oakman
Israel. Friends are invited. For auditorium. Proceeds will go to
information, call Mrs. Nathan the Child Rescue Fund. For
Glenner, membership chairman, reservations, call Sarah Fleish-
man, DI. 1-9676.
UN. 3-3450.
5 -- 5
5
* * *
Leon
S.
Cohen,
chairman of
DAVI-D HORODOKER
YOUNG WOMEN'S ORGANI- the Michigan Region, United
ZATION has scheduled its 22nd States National Student Asso-
luncheon for Dec. 1, at Holiday ciation, will address a luncheon
Manor. For tickets, call Mrs. M. meeting of SOUTHFIELD
CHAPTER, American Jewish
Weinstein, UN. 4-8307.
Congiess, at 12:30 p.m., Thurs-
• * 5
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer day, in the home of Mrs. Wil-
Women, will hold an executive liam Burk, 22737 Bellwood Dr.,
committee meeting - at 12:30 S., Birmingham. His topic will
p.m., Monday, in the home of be "How Does Hanukah-Christ-
Mrs. Jessie Saslove, 18946 Hub- mas. Affect Our Suburbia?" Mrs.
Burk is temporary chairman of
bell.
this newly-formed group. Mrs.
* * *
BETH YEHUDAH LADIES Herman Plavnick is co-chair-
AUXILIARY and SISTER- man, and. Mrs. Maurice Robbins
HOOD will hold their second is membership chairman. For
combined donor luncheon at information or transportation,
12:30' p.m., Nov. 18, in the syna- call BR. 3-7851. *
gogue, 17556 • Wyoming. Pro-
EQUALITY CLUB will hold
ceeds will go to the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah. For tickets, call a dessert luncheon at 12 noon,
Mrs. Sylvia Novetsky, UN. Saturday, in the home of Mrs.
1-8066; or Mrs. Blanche Freed- I. Glazer, 4369 Clements. A"
charity luncheon is planned for
man, DI. 1-8286.
Thursday afternoon, in the
*
*
Mrs. Vera Rom, president of home of Mrs. Dora Berkowitz,
the DETROIT LADIES LE- 18048 Northlawn. *
CHEM ANEEIM, has extended
MEDINA CHAPTER, Pioneer
an invitation to all friends to
attend the annual donor lunch- Women, will meet at 8:30 p.m.,
eon, scheduled for Nov. 17, at Tuesday, in the home of Mrs.
Zack's Catering. There will be Judy Klonel, 10141 Saratoga,
musical selections by Cantor Oak Park, when a talk will be
Hyman J. Adler, accompanied given on "Dentistry and Hyp-
at the piano by Bella Goldberg. nosis" by Dr. Lanberg. A social
All proceeds will benefit the hour will follow.
5 5 5
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women. will have
a post-Sukkot party at 8 p.m.,
That Puritan
Sunday, at the Hayini Green-
Market will pay
berg Center. Songs will be pre-
you $1 for a
newsworthy
sented by Ann Wohl. A regular
item to be- - used
meeting is planned for 12:30
in this column.
p.m., Tuesday, at the Greenberg
Center. Mesdames Rose Paul
and Sarah Sabotta will be
hostesses.
le
*
BUSINESS & PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, Pioneer
Wonien, will hold an open
meeting at 8:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, in the Hayim Greenberg
Center.. A speaker is planned,
and there will be entertain-
ment. For . inforMation, call
Pearl Nusbaum, UN. 4-7111.
* 5 *
RUTH REDSTONE CHAP-
TER, `American - JewiSh Con-
gress,. will hold. a dessert lunch-
eon meeting at 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the home of Mrs.
Nathan Bright, 20300 Ruther-
ford: Mrs. Aaron Benyas, pro-
gram chairman, has arranged

FRUIT BASKETS

icTiT.,

UN- 2.-32.24

CITY WIDE DELIVERY

Budget Priced from $7.50-,

8910 Puritan Off Wyoming

to have Rep. Martha Griffiths,
Congresswoman from the 17th
Congressional District, as
speaker. She will speak on her
experiences as a member of the
86th U.S. Congress. A discus-
sion period will follow. The
community is invited to attend.
*
Eduard Werner, president of
the Detroit Federation of Mu-
sicians, and Frank Gill, music
critic for the Detroit Times,

Set S ring Date

who attended the Salzburg
Festival in Europe, • will speak
at a concert rally of the MUSIC
STUDY CLUB at 12:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, in the home of Mrs:
Morris Schaver, 4264 W. Outer
Drive. Richard Luby, 15-year-
old violinist, accompanied at
the piano by Carl Febwick, will
present a musical program.
* *

DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will honor Right
Worthy Grand District Deputy
Pauline Grant at a testimonial
luncheon Thursday at Jeri's
restaurant. F o r information,
contact Bea Leland
, UN. 4-4878.
The following officers attended
the official visit of Flower City
Link, Rochester, N.Y., Oct. 24-
27: Pauline Grant, Esther Horo-
witz, associate matron, and
Belle Lewis, conductress. -

(More Clubs Page 23)

Mumford Senior's• Poster
Unlocks the City for Her

A key to the city has been
presented by Mayor Louis
Miriani to Suzanne Schechter,
Mumford High School senior,
for her winning- entry in the
United Nations Poster Contest.
All award-winning posters will
be displayed in the lobby of the
City County Building for 30
days.
Suzanne is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schechter,
18266 Hubbell.

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MISS FRANCES KUNIN

Mr. and Mrs. *Sam Kunin, of
Gardner Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter; Frances Gail, to Theo-
dore Sokel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Sokel, of Northlawn Ave.

A spring wedding is planned.

FREE Consultation and
Demonstration

Ann L. Korson

Registered E ectrolog ist

At Leib Clinic
15228 W. 7 Mile BR 3-02001

THE SHOW YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR
Bnai Brith Women's Council

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featuring:

JOEY
BISHOP

Noted Stage, Radio

and TV Comedian

THE
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Recording Artists —

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and His Orchestra

BAS
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Famous Singer of
Cantorial Songs

ALL SEATS RESERVED

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th at 8:30 P.M.
FOX THEATRE

Mrs. Phillip Edelheit, President
Mrs. Leon Dreylinger,
Overall Chairman

FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL:
Mrs. Albert Cutler, UN 2-8379 or
Mrs. Charles Blauer, VE 8-7283

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