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November 06, 1959 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-06

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(More Clubs Page 19)
sent its annual membership tea
at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the
synagogue, 17376 Wyoming. Mrs.
Gus Lew, program chairman, is
in charge of arrangements.
Friends are invited.
"Lady Chatterly's Lover," the
controversial novel by D. H.
Lawrence, will be reviewed by
Charles Alva Hoyt, of the
Wayne State University depart-
ment of English, at 11 a.m.,
Tuesday, at Temple Beth El.
The program is the third in a
town hall series of 18 speakers
planned by the BETH EL
SISTERHOOD. Tickets are
available at the door.

Mrs. Shapero Mrs. Newman

Using the slogan "A gift from
the gift shop is a gift to re-
search," members of the
Women's Guild of Sinai Hospi-
tal will hold a "Holiday Jubilee"
on Sunday and Monday, in the
hospital's lobby.
All kinds of merchandise will
be available for sale during the
hours of the fair, which begins
at 11 a.m. and continues
through 9 p.m., state Mrs.
Joseph Newman and Mrs. Nate
Shapero, gift shop chairmen.
Among the many items that
will be available are lingerie,
toys, baby wear, boutique items,
men's wear, games, china, crys-
tal and candy.
Book shelves will be stocked
with current best - sellers, the
chairmen advise. All gifts will
be wrapped and may 'be
changed, or there is also a lay-
away plan for holiday delivery.
Mrs. Oscar Zeman, Guild
president, announces that the
fair is open to the public. All
proceeds from the gift shop, a
year - round project of the
Women's Guild, are used for
research conducted at Sinai

Elected by Home Owners

The King Homeowners' As-
sociation recently elected Louis
Shulman, president and Lee
Franklin Weinstock correspond-
ing secretary.



NEW STUDY CLUB will hold

a luncheon and games party at
12:30 p.m., Wednesday, at Fed-
eral's Grand River - Oakman
auditorium. Prizes will be
awarded. Proceeds will go to
charity. For tickets, call Mrs.
Irene Berman, chairman, WE.


* *

pre - Thanksgiving games
party is planned by BRANDEIS
CHAPTER, Pioneer Women, on
Nov. 16,- in the home of Mrs.
.Bernard Krause, 19775 'Ward.
Prizes and . refreshments are
planned for members and their
friends. The chapter recently
surprised Mrs. Rose Frank, an
original member of the group,
with a "This • Is Your Life"
program in the home of Mrs.
Sidney Goodman. Participating
in the tribute were Mesdames
Goldie Wasserman, Frieda Lee-
man, Chana Michlin, Sarah Lev-
in, Fanny Friedman and Carrie
Berman, associates in the organ-
ization with her.
* * *
Mrs. Nathan Starman, presi-
announces the group's fifth an-
nual games party this Monday
evening, at Rainbow Terrace.
'Mrs. Morris Iden is chairman.
Prizes will be awarded, and re-
freshments will be served con-
tinuously. For tickets,. call Mrs.
Edward Nolish, UN. 4-7379. Pro-
ceeds will go to various philan-


* * *
will hold its seventh annual

donor -luncheon and fashion
show on Nov. 17, at Holiday
Manor. A trip for two for five
days at Oakton Manor, Peewau-
kee; Wis., will be awarded
through the courtesy of Isadore
Goldstein. Many other fabulous
prizes will be awarded. For tick-
ets, and reservations, contact
Gloria Woolman at LI. 2-0493.
Deadline for reservations will
be 8:30 p.m. Monday when the
club will hold a meeting at the
Oak Park Community Center.
*. * *
FIGHTERS will hold a board
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Monday
at Holiday Manor.
* * * -
At 12:30 p.m. Thursday, the
newly formed SOUTHFIELD
CHAPTER, American Jewish
Congress Women's Division, will
hold its first meeting under the
new president, Mrs. William
Burk, at her home, 22737 Bell-
wood, Southfield. William Co-
hen will speak . on church and
state problems.
* * *
Mrs. Melvin Nord will de-
scribe an eight day trip through
Israel at a meeting of BRAN-
Jewish Congress Women's Divi-
sion, 6240 W. Outer Dr. Mem-
bers and friends are invited.
Five members were hostesses at
separate membership teas in
their homes yesterday. They are
Mesdames Meyer Zack s, of
20244 Rutherford; Ben Wunt-
ner, 20177 Snowden; David
Fleischman, 20147 Sorrento;
Herman Karmann, 18672 Griggs;



Smart brides select the
Sheraton-Cadillac for their
weddings and receptions. And
for good reason! First, the
staff of this famous hotel spe-
cializes in catering to wed-
dings — lifts so many nagging
details from the shoulders of
the bride and her family.
And whether you select the
magnificent Grand Ballroom
for a party of 750, or one of
our exquisite Parlors for an
intimate family group of as

small as twenty, you may rest

assured that the accommoda-
tions and service will be the
finest in Detroit.
Our prices are reasonable,
and you'll always be proud to
remember that your wedding
was at the Sheraton-Cadillac.

For information and reservations, call
Herman Schwartz at Woodward 1-8000


Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.

Mark Schmidt, General Manager

To Wed June 12

eluh s

and Charles Schwartz, 2632 Elm-
hurst. ASsisting them were Mes-
dames Robert Shapero, Harry
Fuelner, Sam Pollack, Isidore
Ziporyn and Irving Hermaline.
* * *
MEN'S AUXILIARY will hold a
brunch at 12 noon. Nov. 14 at
the home of Mrs. Gussie Rach-
man, 18052 Sorrento. Hostesses
will be Mesdames Stella Meiz-
ler, Lillian Magitz, Hilda Mazer
and Freda Lubin.
* .* *
CLUB will hold a business
meeting at 8:30 p.m. -Monday at
Beth Joseph, on Wyoming. The
group will discuss the coming
donor luncheon, on Dec. 9 at
Temple Israel. A fashion show
will be featured with tWo . top
prizes as the main attraction:
two days at Grossinger's and
two days at the Concord, all ex-
penses paid. Tickets may be ob-
tained by calling chairmen Dor-
othy Gitt, UN. 3-2052, or Nellie
-Brown, DI. 1-2497..
* * *
A meeting of CLUB TWO,
Pioneer Women, is announced
by president Mrs. B. Ross, for
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Hayim Greenberg Center. Mrs.
S. Stashefsky will speak on the
biography of Theodor Herzl.
Luncheon will be, served. A pre-
donor rummage sale is being
held through next week. For in-
formation on this fund-raising
venture, call Mesdames B. Za-
renkin, chairman, UN. 4-0693;
D. Fink, VE 8-2030, or M.
Lerner, TO 8-7515, who will
pick up the rummage.
* * *
Mrs. Irving Chaiken, presi-
American Medical Center at
Denver, announces its member-
ship tea, at 12:30 p.m., Tues-
day, at the home of Mrs. Jack
Friedlander, 18085 Fairfield. A
dessert luncheon will be served.
Hostesses for the afternoon are
Mesdames Harold Goldberg,
Harvey Rothstein, Peter Polin-
sky, Oliver Barnes, Gilbert Bor-
enstein and Louis Parzen. The
program will include a profes-
sional make-up artist, Rdsetta
Ezrach. Guests and prospective
members are invited. During
the short business meeting, a
report will be given on the re-
cent successful Tag Day, from
which the proceeds go to the
Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for
Cancer Research. Mrs. Donald
Golden was recently delegated
to attend the 75th birthday for
Eleanor Roosevelt at the Wal-
dorf Astoria in New York. For
further information, call UN 4-

"It is more pleasant to pluck
an apple from the branch than
to take one from a graven dish."
—Ovid. "

• •:••••••,

Oich, StRift

And His Orchestra
KE 5-2604




Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs

- Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies
For Quality Workmanship

Call Mr. Rosen



Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Victor-
son, of Woodingham Dr., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy Jane; to Louis
Martin Stern, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emil T. Stern, of Muir-
land Ave. A June 12 wedding
is planned.

City of Hope Schedules
Games Night Sunday


And His Hi-Society Orchestra
For Your Dancing Pleasure

UN 4 - 8495

The 9th annual cabaret night
CLUB will be held at 6:30 p.m.,
Nov. 15, in the synagogue social
hall, according to Jerome Sil-
berman, president. Music will be
furnished by Dave Diamond and
his orchestra, and entertain.
ment will include Harold Ram
and his puppets, and Karrell
Fax, comedienne and magician. .
A full-course dinner will be
served. The entire community
is invited to attend. For tickets
or reservations, call UN 1-0773.
Tables will be reserved for
parties of 10

UN 4 - 9054

18476 Snowden




• Weddings

The City of Hope Cancer •
Fighters' third annual night of
games will be held at 8 p.m., *

Sunday, at the Piemontese Club, *Q uality work
13221 Puritan. Prizes will be

awarded at the affair. The pub-
UN 3-8532
lic is invited.



Outstanding Hair Stylist is Now
Associated With our Livernois Shop


18967 Livernois
UN 3-9921

, 13725 W. Nine Mile
LI 8-7333

Men's Clubs

CLUB will hold a games party
at 8 p.m., Nov. 17, at Holiday
Manor. • Free • admission and
prizes, entertainment and re-
freshments will be features of
the evening. Free dancing les-
sons will be given to members
under the tuterage of Joe Cor-
nell, beginning at 8 p.m., this
Thursday, in the synagogue so-
cial hall. Only paid-up members
are eligible to attend. A social
hour will follow.
* *.*

UN 1 - 9000

Popular moccasin toe
shoe with supportive
construction and crepe
or leather soles (leather
soles with Thomas heel)
in growing girl's sizes
4 1/2 to 9. Boy's and
girl's sizes 61/2 . to 12,
121/2 to 3 in regular or
supportive construction.
In blue, brown or red,



$8.95 to $13.95

depending on size.



5th Floor Mutual BId

16633 E. Warren

23—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-1Friday, November 6, 1959

Gilt Shop Sale'
to Aid Research
at Sinai Hospital

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