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March 18, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-18

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Medical Aid Guild will hol d KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
its open evening meeting, hon- neer Wome n, will hear Mrs.
oring both
Frances Shaydve speak on
new and 20-
"Progress of Women in the
year members,
World" at a meeting of the
at 8:30 p.m.,
group at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday,
Monday, at
in the Hayim Greenberg Center.
Rainbow Ter-
Hostesses will be Eva Gertzmah-
race. Members
and Sonia Gertzman.
and- their
* * *
guests will
Turkey and Swedish meat
hear a book
balls with all the trimmings will
review by Mrs.
be served at a buffet. dinner of
Morris Adler
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Mrs. Adler
on Don Jaekb-
Women, at 6:30 p.m., in the
son's "The Zulu and the Zeide." Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
A coffee hour will follow the Schaefer. An evening of games
program.
will follow. Members and
* * .*
friends are invited to bring
MRS. STANLEY ELFENBAUM
ALONAH CHAPTER, Pio- their families. Chairman is Mrs.
Miriam Helen Reitman, neer Women, will meet Tues-
daughter of the late Mr. and day, in the home of Mrs. Elea- Laible • Hoffmitz. Also on the
Mrs. Max Reitman, - and Dr. nor Manela, 23040 Beverly, Oak committee a r e Mesdames Na-
Stanley Elfenbaum, son of the Park, when Rabbi Hayim Don- than Glenner, Morrie Coleman,
H. • N. Elfenbaums, of Cincin- in, of Cong. Bnai David, will be Albert Berke, Morris Mittleman,
Norman Bailey, Michael Wilson,
nati, 0., were united in mar- guest speaker.
Manuel Salinger and Alex
* * *
riage March 13.
Schreir. For information, call
. The candlelight, double-ring
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio- Mrs. Hoffmitz, LI 6-8297, or
ceremony was performed by neer - Women, will meet for Mrs.- Glenner, UN 3-3450
Rabbi Morris Adler and Cantor luncheon, March 21, at the home
* * *
Jacob H. Sonenklar in the home of Mrs. Sam Yagoda, 5451 W.
Mrs
David
Lichtenstein,
chair-
of the bride's sister and brother- Outer Drive. The drama group
in-law,- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klet- will entertain with a Purim man of PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB's Child Rescue
ter,i- who gave her in marriage. skit:
Fund, announces a fund raising
* * *
The new Mrs. Elfenbaum was:
event for 8 p.m., Monday, at the
gowned, in Candlelight marqui-
WOMEN OF GEMILUTH home of hostess Mrs. Joe Lipo-
. sette over taffeta. The all-over CHASSODIM will hold a Purim
design was embellished by em- social and square dance at 8:30 vich, 18231 Marlowe. Friends
broidered threads of white, p.m., March - 26, at Beth Abra- and members are invited to at-
gold, SilVer and pink-lustered ham Synagogue. Refreshments tend. Refreshments will be
iridescents. Her double illusion will be served. For tickets or served. Co-hostesses are Mes-
veil was secured by a bow of information, call Mrs. 0. Kahn, dames Morris Alter, Louis Grus-
kin, Harry Metier, Jack Wein-
matching fabric.
KE. 2-8023 or KE. 3-3707.
man and Joseph Ainbinder.
Mrs. A. M. Lourie, of COlum-
* * *
* * * -
huS, S.C., the bridegroom's sis-
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
A
"Linens
for Israel" shower
ter, was matron of honor, and CHOLEM will meet at 12:30
Shelley and Laurie Kletter, her p.m., Monday, in the home of will be held at a meeting of
nieces, were junior bridesmaid Mrs. Sam Mascow, 19939 Lesure. CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, at 12:30 p.m,
and flower girl, respectively.
* * * •
Monday, in the Hayim Green-
Robert Berg, of Cincinnati, was
Mrs. Shoshana Fealk, cultural berg Center. Mrs. Samuel Fine-
his brother-in-law's best man.
Following a honeymoon in chairman, will review Gerald man will discuss "Pioneer. Wo-
Green's "The Last Angry Man" men in Relation to Other Zion-
Miami Beach, Fla., the young at
a Purim party of GOLDA ist Groups." She will be intro-
couple will make their home at MYERSON
CHAPTER, Pioneer duced by Gladys Kaminer. Kate
7809 DaWn Rd., Cincinnati. Out-
Women, at 9 p.m., Tuesday, in Wine and Ethel Silber will be
of-town guests here for the the Hayim - Greenberg
Center.
Guests are invited to
ceremony were from Brentwood There will be a shalach monos hostesses.
attend.
and Cincinnati, 0.; Baldwin gift exchange. The group is
* * *
Hills and Los Angeles, Calif., presently soliciting rummage.
PURITY
CHAPTER,
Order of
Louisville: Ky. and Bay City.
Usable items will be picked up the Eastern Star, will 'hold its
1-1659.
initiation ceremony at 7:45 p.m.,
Center's Teen Varsity by phoning UN.
* * *
Monday, at the Eastern Star
Teams in Action
AVIVA CHAPTER, Pioneer Temple, 80 W. Alexandrine.
The Jewish Community Cen- Women, will meet at 9 p.m., Dinner will precede the instal-
ter Teen Varsity defeated the Wednesday, in the home of Mrs. lation. All members are asked
Windsor Jewish Community Manuel Simon, 19441 Snowden. to attend. Refreshments will be
Center for the second straight A social hour will follow.
served. Reservations be made
time last week, 5140, to bring
by calling Honey Magid, UN
their season record to 5-2.
A maternity fashion show 2-5208.
* • *
In Teen basketball, Mara- will be presented by JUNIOR
thons whipped Olympics, 46-35, PRIMROSE CLUB at 8:30 p.m.,
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold
to win the Club A league title. Monday, in the Oak Park Com- a pre-Passover games night, at
Billy Davis led the Marathon munity Center, when guests are 7:30 p.m.., Sunday, at Castle
a_ttack with 22 points.
invited to attend. A children's Hall, 15787 Wyoming. Refresh-
Cavaliers beat Valiants, 34-31, fashion show is being planned ments and prizes will be fea-
to take the Club B league cage for April 2, when children of tured..Proceeds will go toward
crown. Howard Topcik scored members will model following a Passover baskets to needy fam-
14 points for Cavaliers.
dessert luncheon in the Sholem ilies. For information and tick-
Elliot Goldberg beat. Richard Aleichem Institute. '
ets, call Ceil G o l d b e r g, UN
* * *
Lenter, 8-21, 21-14, 21-10, to win
4-9512. Tickets also will be sold
the Teen novice handball tour-
Mrs.-Walter Lasser, president at the door.
nament.
*
*
of the JEWISH HOME FOR
Mrs. David Shuster, president
AGED AUXILIARY, announces
that new officers will be elected of SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
at a meeting planned for 12:30 Women, announces a meeting of
Leave Everything to Us
p.m., Monday, at Holiday Manor. the group for 12:30 p.m., Thurs-
Mrs. Bernard Aston will present day, at the home of Mrs. Arthur
the slate. Richard Luby, a tal- Jaffin, of 24061 I t h a c a, Oak
ented, young violinist, accom- Park. Mrs. Avner Naggar will
panied by Rita Sloane at the review Yale Dayan's "New Face
piano, will present a musical in the Mirror." For information.
program. A social hour will call 'Mrs. Max Suss man, LI
7-9674. -
follow.
* * *
* * *
Sol Drachler, secretary of the
JULIUS ROSENWALD AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion, will educational division of the Jew-
meet Wednesday, at Cong. Beth ish Welfare Federation, will be
Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming, for principal speaker at a meeting
a surprise Purim social. Lydia of EMMA LAZARUS CHAP-
Slakter will be hostess, and TER, American Jewish Congess,
Bess Forman, co-hostess. The at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, at
group recently made donations the home of Mrs. Sol Redstone,
to the Crippled Children's Fund 19309 Appoline, announces Mrs.
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
and the Crusade for Freedom. Ralph Miller, president. Drach-
ler will discuss "Jewish Educa-
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO- tion
for What?? — Our Chil-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- dren For Us Survival??" Pro-
• STYLE
TION is calling a special board gram chairman is Mrs. Sallan
• ELEGANCE
of directors meeting for 12 Lurie, and chairman of the day
• BEAUTY
noon, Monday, at the home of is Mrs. George Rubin. A dessert
Mrs. Edith German, 3378 Rich- luncheon will be served, and
WYN-HAROLD CATER:NG
ton. Pre-Passover bake sales delegates to the national con-
will be discussed. All board vention will be elected.
(More Clubs, Page 21)
members are asked to attend.

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Three Detroit women were
members of a. group, of 53 per-
sons from all parts of the coun-
try who left Idlewild Airport
Monday evening on a. chartered
flight to Europe sponsored by-
the United Order of True Sis-
ters, America's oldest national
women's fraternal organization.
During the three-week tour,
they will meet with leaders in
the field of cancer research 'in
London and Paris. Aid to can-
cer victims is the national phil-
anthropy of the organizatioh,
functioning through the UOTS
cancer service.
The Detroit women partici-
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are Mrs. Helen Harris, Mrs.
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