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January 15, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-15

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Council to Start
Edith Imber Married
omen s Clabsi Sunday Morning
in Recent Ceremony
• •
(More Clubs, Page 15)
Television Series
DAVID - HORODOKER
YOUNG WOMEN has planned a
". . . To Dwell Together," a

To Wed in une

Fl
o

Labor Zionist Branch 11
to Hear Talk by Dr. Fram

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,Dr. Leon Fram, rabbi of Tem-
ple Israel and honorary chair-
man of the Michigan Council,
American Jewish Congress, will
address Branch 11, Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America, at
9 p.m., Saturday, in the home
of the Sol Drachlers, 18019
Santa Barbara.
"What We Should Expect of
Our Children's Jewish Educa-
tion" will be Rabbi Fram's
topic. For information on
Branch 11 activities, call Jerry
Goldberg, KE 7-6126.

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luncheon 'Feb. 2, at Federal's new series of weekly television
Grand River - Oakman auditor- programs will be presented
ium. Hostesses will be Mes- over Station WJBK-TV every
dames J. M. Davidson, H. Davis, Sunday morning beginning at
B. Friedman, H. Korman, M. 10 a.m., this Sunday by the
Stein and M. Weinstein. All culture commission of the Jew-
proceeds will go for the pur- ish Community Council of Met-
chase of CARE packages for ropolitari Detroit, announces Dr.
needy families in Israel. For Leonard Sidlow, culture com-
tickets, call Mrs. J. Guterman, mission chairman.
In these programs there will
DI 1-9088, or Mrs. Weinstein,
be a focus upon Jewish cultural
UN 4-8307.
* * *
and historical developments
Wilfred C. Locke will speak with a view to their relevance
on "Trusts and Wills" at a meet- to contemporary Jewish life as
ing of ISRAEL CHAPTER, Pio- based upon the values inherent
MISS GLORIA GUTENTAG
ner Women, at 12:45 p.m., Tues- in Jewish tradition.
The first telecast of the series
day, in the home of Mrs. Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gutentag,
MRS. LOUIS M. WEINBERG liam Tarnow, 19350 Birwood. will feature a discussion of the
role of the Jewish group in of Washburn Ave., have an-
Mr. and Mrs. Philip. Imber, Guests are welcome.
* * *
the overall American pattern nounced the engagement of
of Lauder Ave., announce the
of life, as well as the current their daughter, Gloria Jean, to
YOUNG
WOMEN'S
B
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marriage of their daughter,
Allen M. Bell, son of Mr. and
Edith, to Louis M. Weinberg, CHOLEM has scheduled a board situation regarding the desecra- Mrs. Oscar Skolnek, of Rose-
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meeting at 12:30 p.m., Monday, tion of religious institutions.
Finest in Child Photography
Participating will be Rabbi lawn Ave. A June wedding is
Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids
Weinberg, of Flint, in recent in the home of Mrs. Jack Dunn,
planned.
Restoring Old Photographs
ceremonies at Beth Aaron Syna- 18002 Cherrylawn. An open Morris Adler, member of the
meeting will be held on Jan. 25, council executive committee,
KE 1-0104
gogue.
when Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, of and Sidney M. Shevitz, former Name New Pinsker Prexy
Council
president
and
currently
Temple Beth El, will review
Dave Weiner is the newly
Detroiter Author of Meyer Levin's new book, "Eva." a member of its executive com- elected
president of the Pin-
sker Progressive Aid Society.
Yiddish Sonnet Book The latter event will take place mittee.
Dr. Sidlow stated that be-
M. Freed Winninger, of 19832 in the home of Mrs. Simon Shif- tween June 1, 1959, and January Other officers installed with
Monte Vista, is the author of man, 17545 Ohio. Guests are in- 3, 1960, more than 100 radio Weiner, Tuesday, at the Hayim
Home. Catering •
an interesting book of sonnets vited.
* * *
and television programs had Greenburg Center were Mannie :
Ekelman,
vice-president;
Her-
and songs.

A special board meeting of been presented by the Council's man Bernson, treasurer; Hy • Let us help you make your
The Yiddish volume was
Culture Commission.

• party a complete success. .
printed in Buenos Aires. It is the SHERUTH LEAGUE will be
In future programs over Lipsitz, reserve treasurer; Fred ; Delicious Food—Dinnerware
entitled "A Pastukh in New held at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in WJBK-TV, prominent personali- Katz, financial secretary; Abe •

Excellent Service
the home of Mrs. Richard Guns-
York" — "A Shepherd in New
Kusnet, recording secretary; •
Trays To Order
berg. Mrs. Charles Kaufman will ties on the national as well as

Ben Hoffer, men's hospitaler; •

York."
be co-hostess. Among plans to on the local level are scheduled'

Call: DI 1-0072
His earlier books, "Narzis- be discussed will be spring pro- to participate.
and Mrs. I. Perchick, ladies' •
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sen," sonnets, and "Ovent bein gramming and a Valentine
hospitaler.
Prut," sonnets and songs, were party, chaired by Mrs. Daniel
• • 19315 Jas. Couzens
published, respectiVely, in Cher- H a r o n, for emotionally dis-
Classified ads bring fast results!
novitz and New York, in 1936 turbed children at Hawthorne
and 1942.
Center. The first camp meeting
In his newest book, "A Pas- will be held on Wednesday by
tukh in New York," Winninger Mesdames L. Saferstein and H.
writes on a variety of themes— Levitan, co-chairmen, in t h e
This Week's Radio and
on the gifts of nature; -the Sab- home of Mrs. Saferstein, 18515
Television Programs
bath, and, as the title indicates, Lauder. Investigation of cases
of Jewish Interest
on New York: the Hudson River will be reviewed. All members
and the • poetic thoughts that are invited to attend.
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
moved him in the metropolis.
* * *
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
Feature: "The Survivors," a
FIGHTERS will meet Monday
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8632 McNichols Rd., West
evening, at Holiday Manor, moving story of the flight of
a
group
of
Jews
from
the
Nazis,
when Mrs. Max Levy, program
chairman, will present Mrs. their capture and struggle for
Milton Rosenbaum as special life in a Siberian work camp,
guest. Mrs. Rosenbaum, wife of will be told. Climaxing their
Rabbi Rosenbaum, of Temple survival is the fulfillment of
Emanu-El, will give a presenta- their dream of reaching Israel.
* * *
tion of "Raisin in the Sun,"
the popular New York Play.
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Husbands of members are in-
Station: WXYZ.
vited.
* * *
Feature: Rabbi Herman E.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer Schaalman, of Chicago's Eman-
Women, will meet Wednesday, uel Congregation, will speak on
12:30 p.m., at the home of Lena "The Instrument of God."
* * *
Bloom, 18675 M o n i c a. Ann
FOR GIRLS
Schuman will review Meyer
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
FOR BOYS
Levin's "Eva."
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
* * *
Station: WJLB.
Mrs. David Shuster, president
Feature: Maynard Feldman,
"Pro"-Like Lessons From
of SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, announces that Harold vice-president of program for
"A" to "Tee"
Berke, director of the Detroit the Beth Aaron Men's Club, will
discuss
the
group's
forthcoming
No Extra Charge
Israel Histadrut Cainpaign, will
show a film and speak on "The concert with violinist Dave
Daily Play on
Work of Histadrut in Relation Rubinoff.
Smart brides select the
to Pioneer Women in Israel"
Championship
Country
Sheraton-Cadillac for their
at a meeting planned for 12:30 Perlstein to Address
weddings and receptions. And
Club
Course
p.m., Wednesday, in the home WorImen's Circle Groups
for good reason! First, the
of Mrs. Larry Guttenberg, 13501
Norman Perlstein, Midwest
staff of this famous hotel spe-
For Interview Call:
Pembroke. For information, call director of the American Jew-
cializes in catering to wed-
Mrs. Max Sussman, LI 7-9674.
ish Congress, will speak on the
GA 4-1292
dings — lifts so many nagging
* * *
BILL HANFORD
details from the shoulders of
wave of anti-Semitism sweeping
Golf
Instructor
Mrs.
Robert
Israel,
president
the bride and her family.
of the WORKMEN'S CIRCLE the world at a meeting of Work-
CAMP ENROLLMENTS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
And whether you select the
WOMEN'S DIVISION, an- men's Circle Branches 111 and
magnificent Grand Ballroom
Mickey Fishman
p.m.,
today,
at
the
Herman
FishmanDirectors
9
156
at
for a party of 750, or one of
nounces a games party at 8 p.m.,
LI 2-7455
Circle
Center,
18340
W.
7
Mile.
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our exquisite Parlors for an
Jan. 23, in the Circle Center,
intimate family group of as
18340 W. 7 Mile. Refreshments Friends are invited.
small as twenty, you may rest
will be served.
assured that the accommoda-

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

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

SHERATON-CADILLAC
HOTEL

Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave.

Mark Schmidt, General Manager

Center's Junior Omnibus

Four attractions for children.
are announced for the spring
Junior Omnibus series of the
Jewish Center.
The Berry Puppets will pre-
sent "Cinderella", Jan. 24, and
Walt Disney's "The Littlest Out-
law" will be screened Feb. 14.
The Wayne State University
Children's Theater will present
"Aladdin", March 13, and the
Zamir Dancers will put on "Is-
rael in Song and Dance", April 3.

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