100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

January 22, 1960 - Image 14

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Io,tha Coed at U. of Al.
to IVed Detroiter

BETTY JANE GANTZ

Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gantz, of
Greenfield, Ia., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Betty Jane, to Ronald W. Ellis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ellis,
of Glendale Ave., Detroit.
Miss Gantz, a graduate of
Stephens College, is presently
a senior in the school of archi-
tecture and design at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Mr. Ellis is
a senior in the Wayne State
University college of medicine,
and is affiliated with Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity and
Alpha Omega Alpha honor
society.
A June wedding is planned.

.

Mizrachi Women
Set Conference

An all-day conference will be
conducted by the Sisters of
Zion Mizrachi and Fannie Gluck
Chapter of Mizrachi Women on
Feb. 9, at Holiday Manor, it
was announced this week by
Mesdames Morris Goldberg and
Saul Cohen, presidents of the
respective groups. -
Workshop sessions will begin
at 10 a.m., followed by a lunch
at 12 noon. Princip-al _speaker
at the afternoon session will
be Mrs. Joseph Shamah, of
Jerusalem, Israel, wife of a
former member of the city's
Municipal Council.
Born in Manchester, England,
she immigrated to Palestine
with her family in the 1920's,
was a witness to the Arab riots
and the War of Liberation.
Jerusalem's Commercial Cen-
ter, a scene of the early fight-
ing in 1948, was a project built
by the Shamah family, and
often is referred to as the
"Shamah Quarter."
During her visit to the United
States, Mrs. Shamah is report-
ing on the current child-care
and social welfare needs in Is-
rael to Mizrachi Women's
groups throughout the country.

Temple Israel Couples
Discuss Jewish Calendar

The Young Marrieds Group
of Temple Israel will hold the
third in its series of monthly
oneg shabbats following serv-
ices of the congregation this
evening.
Meeting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Kal Soskin, 19497
Cheyenne, the group will be
led in a discussion, of "T h e
Jewish Calendar" by Dr. Leon
Fram, Temple Israel spiritual
leader.

I

g3 fiat Brith
• •
Activities

OAK-WOODS LODGE and
CHAPTER will jointly sponsor
a Night of Games at 8:30 p.m.,
Jan. 30, in the Sholem Aleichem
Institute, 19350 Greenfield. Un-
der the chairmanship of Eric
Lowenthal and Paul Kaczander,
co-chairman, the Lodge is ar-
ranging the games, while mem-
bers of the Chapter provide the
refreshments following. The
public is invited.
* * *
Nicholas "Red" Jones, one of
baseball's most colorful umpires
and a popular program speaker,
will be guest of honor at a
stag night program of TIKVAH
LODGE at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday,
at Margene Catering. Movies of
sporting events of 1959 will be
shown, and refreshments will
be served. Friends are invited
to .attend.
* * *
LOUIS MARSH -ALL LODGE
is planning a special program
for the planting of trees, in
Israel at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in
the Hayim • Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer. Aaron Rosen-
berg, attorney and Jewish
humorist, will be master of
ceremonies. Featured on the
program will be Shimon and
Ilana, popular local folk singers.

*

*

EAST SIDE LODGE and
CHAPTER will meet for games
and a social evening at 8:30
p.m., Monday, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 191611 Schae-
fer. Members are urged to note
the change in the previously
announced meeting place.
* * *
HENRY MORGENTHAU
LODGE will hold a games and
refreshment social Monday eve-
ning. at Young Israel Congrega-
tion, 91/2 Mile and Coolidge,
Oak Park. New members, will
be honored at a buffet dinkier
prior to the meeting.
*
Mrs. Al Urnovitz, president of
OAKWOODS CHAPTER, an-
nounces an afternoon dessert-
luncheon meeting at 1 p.m.,
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Julius Ring, of 101734 Borgman,
Huntington Woods. Refresh-
ments will be followed by a
games social.
* * *
REX CHAPTER celebrated
its ninth birthday with a
fashion show Wednesday, at the
Oak Park Library.
* * *
A program devoted to BBYO
will be presented at the next
meeting of DONALD FOX
CHAPTER, at 8:30 p.m., Tues-
day, at Temple Beth Yehudah,
17556 Wyoming. Earl Yaillens,
BBYO director, and a youth
dance group will be featured.
Refreshments will be served.
All members, prospective mem-
bers and friends are invited.

Family Reunion Here
for Artist Miss Tureck

Famed Bach pianist Rosalyn
Tureck has an extra special rea-
son for including Detroit on
her road tour, when she will
play at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, in
the Detroit Institute of Arts
Auditorium.
After a separation of more
than 30 years, Miss Tureck will
be reunited with her aunt and
uncle, the Israel Turecks, of
3525 Rochester, and her cousin
Mrs. Morris Kutinsky, of 18211
Muirland.
Both Miss Tureck and Mrs.
Kutinsky were born in Chicago,
but since the pianist won the
Albert Pick award at the age of
12,she has been studying both
in Europe and the Juilliard
School of Music, where she
later taught.
The family will hold a get-
reacquainted dinner at Mrs.
Kutinsky's home this evening.

Set July Date

MISS BRENDA MILLER

At a dinner party on Jan. 10,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, of
Mark Twain Ave., announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Brenda Joyce, to Morris
Manfred, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Heinz Gabel, of Wisconsin
Ave. The couple will wed on
July 10.

JWV Activities

Lt. ROY F.' GREEN AUXIL-
IARY will meet at 9 p.m., Tues-
day, in the Memorial Home.
Final plans will be made for
the Feb. 3 "Queen for a Day"
program, open to paid-up mem-
bers at 'Holiday Manor. A re-
port will be g i v en on the
group's recent visit to Ann
Arbor Veterans Hospital, when,
together with the Post, mem-
bers serviced 228 patients and
provided entertainment. Mrs.
Milton Greenberg is Auxiliary
hospital chairman.

*

Mrs. J. Rotta and Mrs.. S. Ad-
ler, of the Parents Education
Associates, sponsored by the
Michigan Mental Health De-
partment, 'will conduct a group
discussion on "Mental Health, a
Community Challenge," at the
next meeting of OAK PARK
AUXILIARY, at 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day, in the home of Mrs. Eli
Shusterman, 15400 Rosemary,
Oak Park. A social hour will
follow. Guests and prospective
members are invited. For fur-
ther information call LI 8-9176
or LI 4-7634. A flag was pre-
sented to Girl Scout Brownie
Troop 73 by Mrs. Jack Gutten-
plan, auxiliary president,
* * *
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY
will hold its next regular meet-
ing at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday; at
the Memorial Horne. Member-
ship will be discussed. Hostesses
will be Ida Kushner and -Ruth
Stark. Members are asked to
bring a new member.

Fete Rabbi, Mrs. - Deutsch
at Anniversary Luncheon

The second anniversary of
their residence in Detroit will
be occasion for a luncheon
honoring Rabbi and Mrs. Her-
man Deutsch at 12:30 p.m.,
Feb. 1, at Young Israel Center.
Sponsored by followers and
disciples of the r a b b i, the
luncheon will be highlighted by
a musical program and greet-
ings presented by local organ-
izations and their leaders,
Tickets for the event may- be
obtained at the door_ or by
telephoning TO 5-1606, or TO
8-8787.

Fete 300 New Brandeis Women

A dessert luncheon honoring
the 300 new members of the
Detroit Chapter, National Worn-
en's Committee of Brandeis Uni-
versity, is planned for 12:45
p.m., Tuesday, in the home of
Mts. Sidney J. Bertin, 19444
Parkside.
Following an address of wel-
come by Mrs. Alvin Barnett,
president, and a resume of
women's committee activities,
there will be a fashion show
presented by a local firm.
Serving as models will be
Mesdames Carol Durbin, Wil-
liam Deutsch, Robert Fenton,
Wallace Handle r, Bernard
Marks, Joseph Orley, Milton
Rotenberg, Ernest Schwartz,
Phillip Schwartz and Arlene
Sucher.
Two prizes of a weekend at
Grossingers and another at the
Concord will be awarded
through the courtesy of the Bee
Kalt Travel Agency.
Board members will serve as
hostesses at the luncheon, under



the direction of Mesdames Wil-
liam Gershenson and Milton
Doner, hospitality chairmen.
During the recent member-
ship drive, culminated by Tel-
E-Phon Day, Mrs. Daniel C.
Siegel, chairman, and Mrs. Leo
Orecklin, co-chairman, were as-
sisted by the following women,
previously not mentioned:
Mesdames James Aftel, Leon-
ard Birndorf, Ben Burdick, Her-
bert Blumberg, Samuel Glo-
gower, Seymour Lipsitt, Arthur
Rice and Gilbert Silverman.
Mrs. Molly Perlmutter has been
appointed telephone chairman.

HERRING

IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE
READY TO SERVE

DI 1-4044



0 –0e •

CATERING

In Our Patio Room,
Your Home or Temple
W. 7 MILE at WYOMING

Party Specialties from Our
Mademoiselle Food Shoppe

44 4'6

1
4/3,
p

s

VA

IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE
AT YOUR FAVORITE MARKET

.

MEIN mem ■■

REMEMBER—YOU CAN GET IT ONLY AT GRUNT'S

MRS. GRUNT'S OWN, STRICTLY KOSHER, HOME-MADE






• Dill Tomatoes
• Pickled Herring
• Chopped Herring • Horseradish
• Pickled Fish
• Pickled Lox
• Gefilte Fish
• Dill Pickles

Chopped Liver
Cole slaw
Pimentos
Potato Salad

AND NOW — MRS. GRUNT'S OWN STRICTLY
.KOSHER HOME-MADE FROZEN FOODS: .

• Stuffed Cabbage • Fricasse
• Kreplach
• Meat Blintzes
• Matzo Balls
• Chicken- Soup
• Barley Mushroom. Soup
• Kasha with Gravy

'47:4Tniet GRUNT'S MARKET

18252 WYOMING near CURTIS

UN 1-9645

BRAVERMAN'S
KOSHER MEATS

"ONLY THE
PRICE IS LOWER"

Lb. $ 1 09
RIB STEAK, Trimmed
Lb. 59c
PICKLED TONGUE
BREAST of BEEF, Trimmed Lb* 85 c
Lb. 59`
CHUCK ROAST
YOUNG BEEF LIVER . Lb 65c

13500 WEST SEVEN MILE RD.

DI 1-2345



CITY
WIDE
and

••• ■ •11 ■ 0111111.111411111111.41

L

We Clean]

and CURTAIN LAUNDRY

SUBURBAN
SERVICE

0■ 041•1 ■ 0.11/0 0

Drapes • Curtains • Cornices • Slip Covers
Lamp Shades • Quilts and Bedspreads

WE DO ALL THE WORK
REMOVING AND INSTALLING (WITH PINS IN)
Phone us for Free Estimate—NO OBLIGATION

4

CORNER OF HARTWELL

RECOMMENDED
BY BETTER
INTERIOR
DECORATORS

ncesvx
elusively

4

TW 1-1818

FREE STORAGE FACILITIES WHILE DECORATING

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan