The K'Ton Ton Hour, a pro- beginning • April '26. Advance
gram of games, dancing, songs registratiOn ,at the Children's
and stories for pre-schoolers, division is required for Center
NORTHLAND CHAP T E R,
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
The eighth annual dinner- 3-4 years old, will be sponsored members only. A kindergarten
Women's American ORT, will CHOLEM will hold a board dance of the CITY OF HOPE by the Jewish Center, 18100 game room is held from 1 to 3
Meyers, 2-2:50 p.m., Tuesdays, p.m., Thursdays.
meet April 20, in the home of
meeting, followed by a regular CANCER FIGHTERS is planned
Mrs. Stanley Millman, 15230
Oakwood, Oak Park, when Leis meeting at 12:30 p.m., Monday, Dick Stein and his orchestra
Bergen, local make-up expert, in the home of Mrs. Sigmund will entertain, according to Mrs.
will give advice on cosmetics. Reifler, 18015 Ardmore. Plans Morris Moss, fund-raising vice-
Elections also will be featured. will be made for a dinner-dance president.
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on May 1, at the Glen Oaks
Freed Weininger, poet and Country Club.
DETROIT COUNCIL OF
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artist, will speak. on "Famous
PIONEER WOMEN will hold a
meeting of its
and we show
and Modern Art"
at a Passover pro-
gram of the WO-
12:30 p.m., Thurs-
marking the 12th Anniversary of
day, in the Hayim
the State of Israel will be
Come see our beautiful selection of
ter. Norman Perl-
u t e, at 12:30
spring and summer clothing
stein, Midwest re-
p.m. April 16, in
gional director of
the home of Mrs.
for -Girls: Dressy - Dresses .. .
will speak on
and yummy sportswear
Mrs. Pauline Fin-
kelstein is chair-
Organizations interested in inserting
man. Friends are
for Boys: Madras Plaid Jack'ets
not to mention the most
that issue are urged to CALL
invites friends to
An oneg shab-
- excellent collection of
VErmont 8-9364 for rates.
bat is planned by
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shirts and slacks.
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LADIES OF YESHIVATH
SHOMREY EMUNAH SIS-
BETH YEHUDAH — WOMEN'S
JULIUS ROSENWALD AUX- TERHOOD will hold an oneg
SABBATH LEAGUE at 2:30 ILIARY, American Legion, will shabbat at 3 p.m., Saturday, in
p.m., Saturday, in the Yeshivah hold a board meeting at. 8:30 the synagogue, it is announced
building, Dexter and Cortland. p.m., Wednesday, in the home by Mrs. Isadore Levin, presi-
Rabbi Joseph Elias will be guest of Mrs. Frances Green, secre- dent. Rabbi Sholem Flam will
Oak Park Shopping Plaza
Coolidge at 9 Mile
speaker. A social hour will tary; 12764 Turner. Plans for a address the group,' and hostesses
Passover party at Lapeer for will be Mesdames Joe Berkowitz
retarded Jewish youngsters and and Esther Sachs.
a luncheon in May will be dis-
cussed. The Auxiliary recently
to Fete 1st Birthday presented an American flag to
Girl Scouts of the Louis Pasteur
of S-A Institute Group School.
Making the presentation
The Young Marrieds group of were Mrs. Helen Wolf, pres-
Sholem Aleichem Institute, ident; Mrs. Tess Kominare,
19350 Greenfield at Seven Mile Americanism officer; and Mrs.
BNAI BRITH YOUNG
Rd., will mark its first anniver- Ann Weil, treasurer,•
ADULTS will present their
sary on April 30; through its
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annual third seder at 8:30 p.m.,
sponsorship of the Balalaika
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hold April 16, in the Hayim Green-
Orchestra in a special concert a birthday celebration on April berg Center, 19161 Schaefer.
at 8:30 p.m. in the Institute 27. No = regular meeting is Following the seder, there will
. . . IN OUR OWN BEAUTIFUL PATIO ROOM*
be dancing and refreshments.
planned because _of Passover.
The event is open to mem-
There is no admission charge.
TEMPLE ... OR AT YOUR HOME '
bers, friends and guests of Sho-
information, call Herbert
Detroiter Takes First For
lem Aleichem Institute.
Gubow, TO. 6-5861, or Rochelle
The orchestra is composed of
Cohen, UN. 2-3534.
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piano and 18 balalaika pieces,
A Detroit bowler captured
ranging in size from the very
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP-
small prima to the large bass first place in the all-events TER will hold an election meet-
balalaikas. The three - stringed category in the recently con- ing at 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
instrument is Russian in origin, cluded Bnai Brith Bowling the Hayim Greenberg Center,
and has become very popular in Tournament at Buffalo, N.Y., 19161 Schafer. A special attrac-
modern Israel, where folk mu- it was announced that week tion will be the presentation of
by Herman W. Zimmerman, of "Designed for Detroit," depict-
sic is predominant.
The local group, appearing in Detroit, tournament director.
ing the city in the year 2010,
colorful satin tunics, will pre-
He is Sam Greene, of Louis announces Mrs. Bruce Simons,
finest of foods and service personally •
sent a varied program of Jew- D. Brandeis Lodge, who rolled program chairman. Home-baked
ish selections, to include a med- an aggregate score of 1367, in- Passover refreshments will be
supervised by-"the Springers"
ley of familiar songs, such as cluding his handicap. He has served. For information, call
"Havenu Sholem Aleichem", his pick of a fully-paid vaca- Mrs. Ira Fisher, president, UN.
and three numbers to be sung tion for two in Las Vegas or 4-3946.
by a member of the Young Mar- Miami Beach.
1920 W. 7 MILE AT WYOMING • Dl. 1-4044
rieds, Mrs. Bernard (Rhoda)
Other Detroit Ben Births who
Friedman: "Oif'n Pripitchik", finished high were Al Tessler,
"Chatskele, Chatskele", a n d of Pisgah Lodge, with a 256,
"Oyfn Oyvn Zitst a Meydi".
actual, for high single game,
SHOLOM POST and AUXIL-
The program also will include and Joe Wolf, with 247. Abe . IARY has organized a mixed
Russian, Ukrainian, and gypsy Stein, of Rabbi Mandel M. Zager bowling league, which meets at
melodies which the orchestra Lodge, rolled an even 700, with 8 p.m., every third Sunday, at
has recently performed for a his handicap, to finish third in Star Lanes. For information,
The Management and Staff
stereo recording, to be distrib- singles.
call Jules Goldstein, VE 8-8899.
Among the uncommon splits
The orchestra members. a
DETROIT AUXILIARY, at its
panorama of occupations, in-
recent election meeting, voted
clude, among others: three po- were the 7-8-10 by Zimmerman into office the following women:
licemen, a junior business exec- and the 7-9-10 by Lou Freeman, Hannah Seinwel, p r e s i d e n t;
utive, a commercial art director, of Henry Morganthau Lodge. Yetta Stearns and Bertha
a C.P.A., a nursery teacher and
S e h a a p, vice-president; and
a "taster" for a liquor manufac- Hoffmann's Israeli
Vera Zendel, treasurer. The
turer. Conductor Serge Lario-
group will sew cancer pads at
Show at Garelick's
noff is a factory employee.
12:30 p.m., April 20, at the Me-
"Israeli Impressions," 16 new morial Home. Refreshments will
Detroit Group to Aid
follow the session.
mann, plus a group of small
Israel Tourist Project
paintings and watercolors, will
Wish to Extend Greetings
At a brunch held at Boesky's go on exhibit at Garelick's Gal- Junior Hadassah Plans
Restaurant Sunday, Lawrence lery, 20208 Livernois, this Sun- Beauty Demonstration
Laskey, of Boston, told the story day.
Junior Hadassah • will view a
of the Tourist Industry Devel-
A preview and reception for demonstration on good groom-
opment Corporation of Israel.
the artist will be held from 2 ing and application of make-up
Many Friends and Patrons
At this meeting an advisory to 6 p.m. The exhibition will by a live model at 2 p.m., Sun-
committee was formed, headed continue through April 23.
day, at Hadassah House, 16240
by Charles Milan, to sponsor the
The show, the fourth of Hoff- W. 7 Mile.
tourist development project in man's at the local gallery, is the
Election of officers will be
Detroit. Other members are .Abe product of an extensive trip to held, and there will be prelim-
A Very Happy Passover
Kasle, John Lurie, and Tom Israel, where he lived with inary discussions about the
fishermen of the Galiliee, set- April 29 to May 1 convention of
The function of this commit- tlers on a kibbutz and in the the organization.
tee is to'aid in the sales of de- cities.
Members are currently selling
8904 W. 7 MILE at Wyoming
bentures in the Tourist Indus-
Widely represented in public special Passover candies, the
try Development Corporation of and private collections here and proceeds from which will go
Israel. State of Israel Bonds in Europe, Hoffmann, in 1957, into their projects fund. All
would be accepted in lieu of was elected to the Royal Acad- girls, 14 to 18, are invited to
emy in London as a Fellow.
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Dress Up Time
Is Here . . .
SPECIA L •ISRAEL ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
THE JEWISH NEWS
ON APRIL 29
23 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 8, 1960
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