ITSU Pharmacy Frat Asks Toys for Needy
to Wed in August
A joint effort to collect toys co-operation with the frater-
for sick and needy children has nity's international headquar-
been launched by Xi Chapter of ters.
Rho Pi Phi, international phar-
At a meeting of the Detroit-.
Iota Alpha Pi sorority at Wayne State :University recently maceutical fraternity, and the Alumni Chapter of Rho Pi Phi,:
welcomed Miss Rena Winter at its second pledge initiation cere- Association of Women Students, the members volunteered toys
and wrapping paper out of
mony. Her pledge sisters are the Misses Suzanne Levine and of Wayne State University.
A booth has been manned their special holiday stock.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Franklin, of Lauder Ave., are traveling to through today by volunteers in
California, where they will visit their son, Raymon, a student at the university's Student Center,
the University of California at Berkeley. En route, they are stop- but a toy pick-up will be ar-
Dinner at DARBYS
ranged through Dec. 25 by call-
ping in Phoenix, Ariz., and Palm Springs, Calif.
is •a real treat!
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham S. Levine, of Mt. Clemens, Mich:, ing Seyomur Baskin, R. P., at
have returned from a month's visit with their children, Mr. and EL. 7-1268. •
• Visit Our New
For this annual drive, the
Mrs. Herbert Moore (Shirley Levine) and family, of Van Nuys,
AWS donates the toys to the
Lounge and Bar •
The pledge class of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at Wayne Children's Hospital, and Rho Pi
State University held a brunch Dee. 6 honoring the active mem- Phi, to sufferers of leukemia in
bers who are their "big sisters" during the pledge period. Included
Snacks . . .
in the pledge class are Miriam Goldberg, president; Marcia
Morris, vice-president; Fern LaPides, secretary; Susan Bicoll,
treasurer; Lynda Racklin. historian; Renee Fox, Audrey Iczkovitz,
Michelle Manheimer and Sheila Markle. Their big sisters are
Orchestra - Entertainment
Suellen Bloom, Helene Clifford, Rose Ellen Cohen, Enid Fink,
MISS DOREEN KAUFMAN
Resv. U.N. 2 - 7642
Barbara Krakow, Roslyn Marx, Merle Omenke, Renee Schiff,
302 Fox Building
Announcement of the engage- Adrianne Weinert, Jackie Beber, pledge mother; and Taube
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
ment of Doreen Kaufman and Hollander, advisor.
Dr. Harold Leonard Saferstein
was made recently by Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Kaufman. parents of Install Sidney Robins 1Dr.
the bride-elect, of Monte Vista
to Head Mosaic Lodge 'IT
Dr. Saferstein, son of Mr.
Sidney Robins was installed
In ceremonies on Wednesday,
and Mrs. Morris Saferstein, of last Wednesday as worshipful
Skokie, Ill., is a graduate of the master of Mosaic Lodge, F. &
University of Illinois college A.M., in ceremonies conducted M. Stern was officially installed
of medicine, and is now serving in the Fountain Ballroom of
tion Lodge, F. & A.M.
with the U.S. Army Medical Masonic Temple.
Dr. Jack Jackman, PM, and
Corps overseas. Miss Kaufman
Inducted into office with him Milton Maddin, PM, assisted by
graduated from the Wayne for the coming year were
State University college of edu- Samuel Gurwin and Marvin 13 Perfection past masters, par-
ticipated in the installation
Shusterman, senior and junior ritual. The worshipful master's
16221 West 8 Mile- Road
An August wedding is being warden; Dr. Nathan Starman
top hat, sym-
Adjacent to Northland Center
and Douglas Purther, senior and
bol of his of-
junior deacon; Theodore Isaacs,
HOURLY LIMOUSINE SERVICE AVAILABLE
fice, was pre-
PM, secretary; James Stewart,
Labor Zionists Slate
TO AND FROM MAJOR AIRPORTS.
sented to Dr.
treasurer; Sol Lumberg, chap-
Holiday oneg Shabbat lain; Joe Sulkes, assistant chap-
Stern by his
CONFERENCE ROOM AVAILABLE SEATING 10 to 100.
and Morris B. Nosanchuk,
uncle, E. G.
for Entire Movement lain,
"The Best For Our Guests"
The entire Labor Zionist
Stewards who were installed
movement in Detroit will spon- include Leslie Abramson,
sor a special Hanukah oneg Leonard Brinatier, Aaron Katz-
shabbat at 8:30 p.m., Dec. 18, man, Charles Robinson, Alvin
in the Morris L. Schaever audi- Solomon, Jack Shulman, Theo-
torium of the Hayim Greenberg dore Saham and Morris Wat-
Gordon G. Kozda and Louis
Mrs. Gerson Berris, past
Breyer, senior and junior war-
president of the Detroit Coun-
den; Abraham Waronoff and
cil of Pioneer Women, is chair- Feinberg Quoted in
Dr. Emanuel J. Green, senior
man of the event, in which Far-
Article on Whitman and junior deacon.
band, IZOA, Habonim Youth,
Completing the list of those
This month's Promenade
United Jewish Folk Schools,
inducted are Dr. Samuel B.
Farband Camp and Pioneer
Danto, PM, treasurer; David
Belvedere Hoiel in Baltimore Colman, PM, secretary; Samuel
carries an article, "Walt Whit- M. Bez, PM, chaplain; Gerald
The program will include a
man's Vision of Lincoln Curtis, marshal; Hyman Silver-
dramatic reading, entitled
MISS JEANETTE IS NOW WITH US
Square," indicating that Whit- man, tiler; Maurice Blake, Wil-
"am," compiled and directed
man, nearly 100 years ago, en- liam Feinberg, Max Gittelman,
by Mrs. William' Schumer; a
visioned a New York cultural George R. Klein, Arnold I.
group of Hanukah songs, di-
center like the currently- Lubin, George Schwartz, Erwin
rected by Bella Goldberg;
planned Lincoln Square proj- Wile and Leroy Wisper, stew-
dances by the Habonim dancers
and a holiday ceremony.
Max Edward s, 90-year-old
The article states: "Details of
Irving Pokempner, chairman
of the administrative commit- New York's early cultural as- chaplain, who has served in
tee, said that the program will pirations were brought to light that office for over 30 years,
be one large family festival, by Charles Evans Feinberg, was installed as chaplain emeri-
open to all parents and their Detroit businessman and noted tus.
Whitman authority who point-
A committee headed by Na- ed-out Whitman's poem 'Song
'Three Sisters' to Bow
omi Abramson is planning a so- of the Exposition' in "Leaves of
1 Block North of 7 Mile Road
cial hour to follow the program. Grass" and its relevancy to at Wayne U. Tonight
Hanukah refreshments will be Lincoln Square and the Coli-
Three Wayne State Univer- gY,sza:4:Km.YA.,wam(mmwamKsacmzEI;4m(vIzg... 1
sity students will play featured
roles in the WSU Theater pro-
duction of Anton Chekhov's
"The Three Sisters," which be-
gins this evening and runs
Prom. 8 - 109
again on Saturday, Dec. 17 to
19, at 3424 Woodward.
In the cast are Paula Mc-
Kinney, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Jackson, 18409
Woodingham; Shirley Benyas,
of 21875 Whitmore, Oak Park,
and Gail Burkow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Burkow,
of 18954 Pennington.
Tickets for the play are
available at the university
HORS D'OUVRES • DINNER • SWEET TABLE
ticket office, Grinnell's down-
FAVORS • DRINKS INCLUDED
town, Allied Travel Service in
Windsor and Marwil Book
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Isaac Amitai's Art
Exhibit Dec. 14-18
An exhibition of the art works
of Isaac Amitai, the Israeli who
is currently visiting here, will
take place at the Hayim Green-
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer,
19161 SCHAEFER IL) : 8 . 1 1:N