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April 22, 1960 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS -- Friday; Apr il 22, 196 0- 16

activities in Society

Med:ler-A ronovitz
Rites. Set for Sept. 10

Mrs. Martin Cohen, of Santa Maria Ave., left Wednesday for
a 10-day visit to her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred (Harriet) Starr, who are currently living at Camp Lejeune,
- N. C., where Mr. Starr is stationed with the U.S. Marine Corps.
Arlazaroff branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Organization
sponsored- • an evening, of entertainment • and refreshments,
Wednesday; at the Hayim Greenberg Center, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Mondry and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Mondry, on the occasion of the birth of a son to the latter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dosie, of Greenlawn • Ave., and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Friedman, a Avon Ave., Oak Park, have
returned "from a visit in New York where they attended the
wedding of their nephew, Joseph. Ballan.
Out-of-town guests of Mr. and, Mrs. Jack A. Yager, of 19308
Coyle, who are here to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Alvin Michael, are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feldman, Mrs. Joe
Feldman and Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Silverman, of St. Paul,
Minn.; Mrs. Lewis Winston, of Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. Ruth Heller
Licht, of Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. Mary Cohen, of Philadelphia, Pa.;
Mr. and Mrs. - Will J. Bennett, of Mayfield, Ky.; Mr. Joseph - MISS ADRIA MECKLER
Pomeroy, of Fond du Lac, Wis.; Mr. Ben Dickstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Meckler,
Harold Smith, Mr. Al Singer and Mr. H. Kornicker, all of
of Birchcrest Dr., -announce
New York.
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Adria. Lee, to Marvin Allan
Aronovitz, son 'of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Aronovitz, of Lauder
Ave.
DONALD FOX CHAPTER, ser, UN. 4-9507. Earlier in the
The bride-to-be attended the
will elect officers and board month, the group hosted a University of Illinois and
members at Temple Beth Christian youth group at a Wayne State University. Her
Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming, model Passover seder, under fiance is a student at the Ohio
Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. There will I the chairmanship of Larry Bril- College of Chiropody in Cleve-
be a social evening of games, liant, vice-president. A question land, and is affiliated - with Phi
and answer period followed the Alpha Pi fraternity.
prizes and refreshments.
* * *
seder ritual.
A Sept. 10 wedding is being
* *
- LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
planned.
HENRY MORGANTHAU
TER will elect officers and
board members Tuesday, 8:30 LODGE and CHAPTER will
p.m. in the Hayim Greenberg jointly celebrate their 14th
Center, 19161 Schaefer. A social anniversary wtih a party Sun-
hour of games and mah jongg, day evening, in the Hayim
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY
with prizes and refreshments, Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae- will meet at the home of Ruth
fer. Dancing to the music of Goldsher, 18041 Northlawn, at
will conclude the evening.
Fred Netting and his orchestra, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday. Election of
a midnight supper and enter-
PISGAH LODGE's paid - up tainment by the Chapter will officers will be held.
• • •
membership party "for men be featured, according to Rob-
New members will be obli-
only" will feature -outstanding ert Reiset and Les Schoenberg,
table tennis champions in an chairmen. The annual Lodge gated and recently-elected of-
exhibition match, at 8:30 p.m., election meeting will take ficers installed in ceremonies
Monday, in the Morris L. Scha- place Monday evening, at Young planned by the new JWV ETTE
CLUB at 7:30 p.m., Sunday. Of-
ver Auditorium, of Hayim Israel Center.
ficers of the sophomore group
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
(12-13-year-olds) are Regina
fer. The champs to participate
will be Chuck Burns, Ed Bren- Center Youngsters Vie Oppenheim, president; Helen
Opatowski and Debrah Katz,
nan, Tom Waters and Ken Fil- in 'Mail' Track Meet
ary. Bob Lupo will be com-
Youngsters of the Jewish vice-presidents; Ruth Nemon,
mentator. Sound color movies Center, 18100 Meyers, will com- treasurer; Marsha Weintraub,
of the 1959 World Series be- pete on the biggest course in Marleen Goldstein and Diana
tween the Los Angeles Dodgers the world when they enter the Shaw, secretaries; Joyce Ka-
and the Chicago White Sox will third annual International. Air minsky, guard; and Marsha Bar-
be shown. Refreshments and a Mail Track and Field Meet. nett, chaplain. Senior group (14-
social hour will follow. Admis- They'll vie with Center and YM- 18) officers are Evelyn Berman,
president; Sally Kempner, vice-
sion is without charge, an-
nounces Alexander Gersuk," YWHA members in America, president; Doris Paul, treasurer;
Great
Britain,
Israel,
Mexico
Elaine Berkley, Cindy Bernstein
president.
and France.
*
*
and Merle Sherman, secretaries;
The meet, sponsored by the Elaine Bosin, historian; and
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Aleph World Federation of YMHAs
Zadik Aleph, is planning its and Jewish Community Centers, Marilyn Feld, chaplain.
third annual Bowling Ball on is divided into five sections ac-,
May 7, at Star Lanes, when a cording to age, for both boys Music Study Club
variety show will be presented and girls: 11-12, 13, 14-15, 16-17
by local celebrities. All pro- and 18-up. Events will include Slates Choral Concert
The annual Choral Concert
ceeds will go to UNICEF. For sprints, relay s, high jump,
of the Music Study Club is
tickets, call Warren Weiswas- broad jump and shot put.
The meet will be held during scheduled for 8:30 p.m., Wed-
Dan Frohman Chorus
May 15 to July 15, and results nesday, in the International In-
stitute, Kirby at John R.
Watch For Important News will be reported by Aug.,1.
Dan F r o h m a n, composer,
singer and conductor, is ar-
ranging the program, which
will feature the appearance of
Mary Maas, noted pianist, and
Shirley Zaft, well-known colora-
tura soprano. Rose Stein will
be accompanist.
Mrs. Bernard Pepper is chair-
man of the evening, during
which the works of Zaire,
Friml, Genee, Dvorak, Rossini
and Marc Lavri will be pre-
sented.
Lb. 135 •
The public is invited to at-
tend, according to Mrs. J. Stew-
Lb. 334
art Linden, Music Study Club
president. ,

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will be one performance begin-
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His fantastic insight into his
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It was through a reunion
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