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April 29, 1960 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-29

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Fall Wedding Plans

Betrothal Told

nai gj'fith,

Activities

LOUIS STONE CHAPTER
has scheduled its annual mother

MISS RONA LAWSON

Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Lawson,
of Northfield Blvd., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter. Rona Lois, to
Herbert Howard Freedland, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Freed-
land, of Ardmoor Dr., Bloom-
field Township.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Michigan, and
presently is a junior in the
Wayne State University college
of education. Her fiance is a
U. of M. graduate.
Plans are being made for a
September wedding.

6th Graders Hold Swim Party
A swim party, from '7 to 9
p.m., Saturday, May 7, will be
the final event for sixth graders
of the Jewish Center, 18100
Meyers. Only 100 tickets are
available on a first-come basis
at the cashier's office.

DINE and DANCE

IN THE SMART

GOLD CUP ROOM

SOCIAL
EVENTS



I

• Weddings
• Showers

• Receptions

• Bar Mitzvahs

are always traditional
and memorable when
held at the Whittier

Call Catering Office

the
whiffler
hotel

Burns Drive at
the River
Free Parking Lot
VA 2-9000

11m

to

Israel

and daughter dinner and instal-
lation program at 6:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, at Springel's Patio
Room. Mrs. Charles Solovich, na-
tional president of Bnai Brith
Women, will be installing offi-
cer. She will induct Mesdames
Arthur Wippman, president;
Manny Katzman, Earl Weisberg
and Irwine Katzman, vice-presi-
dents; Anson Seder, treasurer;
Barry Showfer, Herman Golden-
berg, Alvin Stein, Harold Roth-
enberg and Hanley Rothenberg,
secretaries; William B e r m a n,
guardian; Bernard Parel, guide;
Harold Kutnick, sentinel; and
Morton Reiger, historian. Board
members are Mesdames Morris
Bolokofsky, Harold Duchan, Ben
Fingeroot, Elisha Gold, Oscar
Goldberg, Leonard Goldman, Ike
Greenberg, Charles Kurland,
Martin Landay, Burton Levitt,
Bob Mullen, Boris Tobes, Joe
Marcus and Harold Zaff.
* *
PISGAH LODGE No 34, Bnai
Brith, will meet Monday, 8:30
p.m., at the Hayim Greenberg
Center on Schaefer; members
only to attend. Election of
officers will take place. A social
hour and refreshthents will
follow.

* *

*

REX LODGE will elect new
officers this Wednesday eve-
ning, at Cong. Beth Joseph,
18450 Wyoming. A social hour
will follow.

Kadans Drafts Legion
Traffic Safety Sermon

A sermon on safe driving
which will eventually find its
way into all of Michigan's
churches and synagogues has
been prepared and sent by
Detroit attorney Joseph Kadans
to the 510 American Legion
posts in the state.
Kadans was named state safe-
ty officer for the Legion's De-
partment of Michigan by Lewis
C. Bricker, commander, at a
recent executive committee
meeting in Bay City.
The sermon deals with the
newly-adopted Legion safety
slogan "Obey — Observe — Ob-
lige." The safety activity is in
the nature of volunteer work
by Kadans. who is well known
in local religious circles.
Presently chairman of the
board of Cong. Shomrey
Emunah, Kadans is commander
of Legion Post 485. Prior to en-
teirng law practice, he was
safety engineer with the U.S.
Corps of Engineers and the U.S.
Inter-State Commerce Commis-
sion.

SWIFT
LUXURIOUS
LIVELY

SAILING
From New York every third week:
S.S. Israel and S.S. Zion, stopping

en route at the Azores and Greece

From Mediterranean ports weekly:

S.S. Theodor Herzl and
S.S. Jerusalem (in season)

• Stabilizer-equipped for
smooth sailing
• Tempting, strictly kosher
cuisine
• Lively Israeli atmosphere

Consult your travel agent
—he's your best source of advice

Owner's Representative: AMERICAN ISRAELI SHIPPING CO., INC. • 42 B'WAY, N. Y. 4 • DI 4 - 7600

MISS LIELA CHAPNICK

Dr. and Mrs. Henry Chapnick,
of Prairie Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Liela, to Sidney Borofsky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Borofsky,
of Windsor, Ont. A December
wedding is being planned.

Israel Sisterhood
Sets Installation

Mrs. Arthur J. Hass, recent-
ly re-elected to a second term
as president of the Temple
Israel Sisterhood, will be in-
stalled at a luncheon program
to be held at 12:15 p.m., May
9, in the temple's Leon Fram
Hall.
Mts. David B. Keywell, a
past president, will be installing
officer. She also will induct
Mesdames Er-
nest Golum-
bia, Adolf
Lowe E d-
ward Skully
a n d William
Brown, vice-
pr e si dents;
Paul Monch-
nik, Norman
Robbins, Jul-
ius Pliskow
and Dore No-

vitz, secre-

taries; and
SimonTrau-
rig, treasurer.
Elected t o Mrs. Hass
two-year terms on the board of
directors are Mesdames Saul
Benyas, Albert Dicken, Frank
Dickman, Louis Fried, Bernard
Goodman, Reuben Klein, Har-
old Lachman, Irving LaKritz,
Harry Landsman, Joseph Levy,
Tom Mittledorf, Albert Pad-
over, Sam Rabinowitz, B. David
Ruby, Albert Shulman, George
Victor, David Yaffe and Samuel
Yura. - One-year terms will be
served by Mesdames Jack Drap-
kin, Jack Kutnick, Lew Rose
and Louis Schostak.
An orginal musical skit will
highlight the afternoon's enter-
tainment. "Revue of the Year,"
written by Mrs. Harry Lands-
man, will be presented by mem-
bers of the Sisterhood.
The luncheon is open to mem-
bers and their friends. Reser-
vations may be made with Mrs.
Morris Arkin, chairman, BR
3-4533, by May 6.

Brandeis Women Seek More Books

Mrs. Jerry Morse, vice-presi 2
dent of the book fund for the
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity Women's Committee,
this week issued an appeal for
many thousands of more books
for its May 15 and 16 sale.
Over 10,000 books are sought
in all fields of literature: his-
tory, philosophy, law, science,
fiction, encyclopedias and paper
backs. While the books should
be in good condition (not torn
or mildewed), Mrs. Morse said
that all books will be welcomed
so that adequate returns will be
guaranteed for the purchase of
new books for the Brandeis li-
brary.
The sale will be held May 15
and 16, at the Maxine Sheldon
Studio, 19355 Livernois, when
special attractions will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Charles Brisk-
man, vice-president, and her
program committee.
Collection depots for books
have been established at the
Oak Park Dexter-Davison Mar-
ket; Hampton School, 18460
Warrington; Mumford High
School, 17525 Wyoming; Temple
Israel, 17400 Manderson; and
the Varsity Theater Bldg., Liv-
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BAGLEY PARENTS

ATTENTION

SZ Young Marrieds
Sets 'Trial by Jewry

A "Trial by Jewry" will .be
conducted by the Young Mar-
ried League, of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek at 8:30 p.m., May 11, in
the Shaarey Zedek social hall.
Circuit Judge Victor J. Baum
will preside over the case that
will decide if a fictional "Mont-
gomery Ettenger" has been a
"good Jew" and is thus en-
titled to inherit his father's es-
tate.
Phillip Nusholtz will be the
attorney for the plaintiff, while
Sol J. Schwartz is attorney for
the congregation, which will be
granted the estate should it be
proven that Ettinger was not
a good Jew.
Also on the program for the
evening will be the election of
officers for the coming year. A
social hour will follow.

Additional information may
be obtained from Mrs. Morse,
UN 1-6063; Mrs. Alvin Barnett,
president, LI 7-4553; or Mrs. J.
Leon Gittlen, LI 5-3570.

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OTHER PARENTS MAY READ THIS, TOO !

27—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 29, 1960

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