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April 29, 1960 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-29

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To Reside in Chicago Hadassah to Open Membership Drive; Winner to Get. New York Trip

After Wedding Here

Plans for the annual member- meet for a luncheon at 12:30 Joseph Taylor, vice-presidents;
New Sherwood Group officers
ship drive of the Detroit Chap- p.m., Tuesday, when a program Jack Pearlman, Paul Vollmer include Mesdames Ivan Meisner,
ter of Hadassah are currently is planned honoring Theodor and Leonard Drootman, secre- president; Ben Bonin, executive
being mapped by Mrs. Benjamin Herzl. Officers will be induct- taries; Harold Patrick. treas- vice-president; Harold Berry, Cy
Weiss, vice-president of mem- ed. urer; and Jack Boxer, adviser. Aaron, Milford Pregerson and
bership, and her successor, Mrs.
Recently-elected as officers
Mrs. J. George Pont serves as Samuel S. Aaron, vice - presi-
William J. Hubert. Assisting of Bagley South-Central Woods new president of Meyers Group, dents.
them are Mesdames Joseph Ra- Group were Mesdames Julius having been installed together
Millions of Americans are
vit, Leo Levine and Harry Tal- Pollak, president; Alfred Feil - lwith Mesdames Bernard Mirvis,
bot.
er, Ben Stashefsky, Sam Leib executive vice - president; Mi- saving money without changing
Campaign programs include and Charles Jacobson, vice -pres- lchael Karbel, Isadore Kutinsky, their spending habits with U.S.
Savings Bonds and the Payroll
a rally on May 19, H-Day on idents; Jack Patt, treasurer; Samuel Albert and David Fried- Savings
Plan.
May 26 and a final report ses- Harold Bronstein, Charles Ad- man, vice-presidents; Colma n.
ler, Bernard Zuppke, secre- Mopper, Arthur Rubin, Milton
sion on June 6.
The Hadassah member enroll- taries; and Morris Zalenko, ad- Heller, secretaries; David Mat-
Don Frohman Chorus
ing the greatest number of new viser.
tes, treasurer; and Charles Perl- M u m ford H igh, May 1 5
Newly-installed officers of the man, adviser.
members will receive an all-ex-
Evergreen Group are Mesdames
Julian Esper, president; Morris
Garfield, executive vice - presi-
May 10 Election
dent; Richard Lankin, Lewis
The annual Hadassah elec-
Schulman, William Burlant and
tion meeting and installation
program is planned for May
10, at the Town and Country
Club. A subscription lunch-
eon will be served. Mrs.
Julian Tobia:„ program vice-
president, advises that reser-
vations are being taken at
IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
the Hadassah office, BR.
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL ,SAUCE
3-5441.

MRS. ALVIN LINN

In an afternoon ceremony
March 27, at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Deborah Helene Shear,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Shear, of Wildemere Ave., was
united in marriage to Alvin
Leonard Linn, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Linn, of Chicago,
Ill. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel offici-
ated at the double-ring cere-
mony.
The bridal gown was of white
silk peau de soie, with a round-
ed neckline and short sleeves.
The fitted bodice was appliqued
in hand-run Alencon lace. Gar-
lands of matching lace were
appliqued on a floor length,
dome-shaped skirt with a chapel
train. The illusion veil was held
in place by a tiara of white
heirloom orange blossoms.
Attending the bride was her
sister, Mrs. Raymond Daneman,
as matron of honor, and brides-
maids were Geri Bailies, Gretch-
en Snyder, Mrs. Robert Schwartz
and Mrs. Sol Price, the bride-
groom's sister.
Herb Linn served his brother
as best man. Kenneth Faintus,
Jordan Stein, Michael Berman
and Stuart Shear, the bride's
brother, were ushers. Ellen
Ganden was flower girl, and
Marc Daneman acted as the ring
bearer.
Following a dinner reception,
the couple left for a honeymoon
trip to New York and Bermuda.
After their return, they will
reside at 1412 W. Chase, Chi-
cago.

Older Adults Plan
Full May Program

Older Adults at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers, and the
Davison branch, have a full
calendar of activities in May.
At the main building, there
will be an Israel Independence
Program on May 2, featuring
Rabbi. M. -Robert Syme, Betty
Kowalsky, pianist, and Ronda
Rubinof, violinist; a monthly
birthday party on May 4; a busi-
ness meeting on May 11; a Lag
b'Omer dance party on May 15;
a film, -"Medicine Man," on
May 16; Rabbi Benjamin Gor-
relick discussing the works of
Sholem Aleichem on May 18;
a film. "Sahari: New Frontier,"
May 23; a program "Youth—
Israel and America" and a musi-
cal program by Shimon and
Elaine Gewirtz, May 25; a film,
"France and the Atom," May
31; and a film, "Rich Harbor,"
on June 6.
Center Mothers' •Clubs of the
Davison branch will hold their
annual Mothers and Daughters
Luncheons in May: Center-Davi-
son Club, May 10; 12th Street
Club, May 12; Fenkell Club, May
19 (main building) and Dexter
Mothers Club (closing meeting),
May 25.
Davison Older Adults will
celebrate Israel Independence
Day with a luncheon, Israeli
songs, and readings about
Theodor Herzl, May 2; and Lag
b'Omer, May 16. There will be
discussions of the lives and
works of Jewish poets at the
Davison branch, Tuesdays, and
the main building, Thursdays.

HERRING

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pense trip to the national Ha-
dassah convention being held in
New York this September.
A meeting of University East
is scheduled at 12:30 p.m., Tues-
day, in the home of Mrs. Arnold
Frank, 18034 Oak. Luncheon
will be served, a surprise pro-
gram is planned, and newly-
elected officers will be in-
stalled.
University South will also

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