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May 13, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-13

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Mrs. Mollie Burstein, 19133
Santa Rosa, will be hostess to
members of KOROSTISHEVER
LADIES AUXILIARY at a ben-
efit luncheon for Israel at 12:30
p.m., Wednesday. Friends are
invited to attend. All proceeds
will go to equipping a clinic
in Israel previously established
by the Auxiliary and the Koros-
tishever Aid Society through
the Histadrut.

omen's Club activities

CITY OF H 0 P E CANCER
FIGHTERS will feature a hu-
morous play, written and di-
rected by Mrs. Larry Benderoff
and Mrs. Danny Raskin, on
Monday evening, at Holiday
Manor. Assisting in preparing
the p 1 a y was Mrs. - Charles
Young, and there will be piano
accompaniment by Mrs. Joe Wil-
net. In the cast of the presen-
tation, which is a tribute to
mothers, will be Mesdames Al
Allowitz, Harold Burnstein, Har-
ry Cohen; Isadore Epstein, Jack
Gorback, Al Goren, Harry Ko-
sins, Allan Kaplan, Harold
Greenblatt, Robert Rosenberg,
Leo Rudolph, Seymour Schwartz
and Annette Mellen. Special
honors will be given to • the
group's "mother of the year."

Monday, at the Eastern Star
Temple, 80 W. Alexandrine.
Called advanced officers' night,
all line officers will advance a
station. Ree Kass, associate ma-
tron, will preside. Dinner at 6
p.m. will precede the ceremony.
For reservations, call Honey
Magid, UN. 2-5208, or Maida
Krause, VE. 8-3973.

Mrs. Leonard Horwitz, presi-
dent of SA'AD CLUB, an-
nounces the appointment of
Mrs. Arthur Sofferin as chair-
man of the group's tribute fund,
established to raise money for
research on Parkinson's disease
at Wayne State University. For
information, call Mrs. Sofferin,
VE. 5-2030.

day, in the home of Mrs. Har-
old Cohen, 19471 Cheyenne.
Hostess will be Mrs. Joseph
Bean, president. Plans will be
completed for the installation
luncheon to be held May 23 at
Jeri's. For reservations, call
Mrs. Harold Cohen, UN 4-4585,
or Mrs. Irving Pomerantz, LI
MUSIC STUDY CLUB is
8-2664.
planning its annual luncheon
* * *
installation at 12:30 p.m., Tues-
NORTHWEST CHILD RES- day, at Boesky's Restaurant,
CUE WOMEN will hold its May Greenfield and James Couzens.
meeting at 8:30 p.m., Thurs- S a die Braver, violinist; Dr.
day, in the home of Mrs. Leon Nathan Gitlin, clarinetist, and
Diskin, 17606 Pennington. Rum- Lillian Zellman, pianist, will
mage chairman Mrs. Yale Phil- entertain, according to Mrs.
lips will discuss plans for a
sale next month.
GALA BOOK

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Dan Frohman, chairman. Res-
ervations are being accepted by
Mrs. Joseph Mehr, UN. 2-7343.
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, presi-
dent, invites friends to attend.

FACIAL HAIR
PERMANENTLY
REMOVED

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Recommended by Physicians

Free consultation
and demonstration

SHIRLEY PERSIN

Registered Electrologist

1157 David Whitney Bldg.

WO 1-5558

Day and Eve. App'ts
Except Thurs.

. SALE — SUN. & MON., MAY 15 - 16

* *

MAXINE SHELDON STUDIO
All board members and past
* * *
19355 LIVERNOIS
OAKLAND HILLS CHAP- presidents are invited to at-
BROWSE, BUY and BENEFIT BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
OLGA JASLOVE FAMILY TER, Women's American ORT, tend JUNIOR PRIMROSE
Books in every category — Law, encyclopedias, current best
CLUB will meet at 9 p.m., to- will meet at 8:30 p.m., Wednes- CLUB's final board meeting of
sellers, history, science, text books, children's, first editions, sets
day, in the home of Mrs. Harry day, in the home of Mrs. Harry the year, to be given by presi-
of great literature . . .
Markowitz, 18961 Stansbury, Tauber, 15331 Marlowe, Oak dent Gloria Stasofsky, Monday.
ALL IN FINE CONDITION — AT LOW, LOW PRICES !
Colorful atmosphere, special attractions,
when plans for the group's 10th P a r k. T w o internationally- Final plans regarding the May
movies of Brandeis University.
anniversary party will be made. known makeup and hair stylists 26 rummage sale will . be dis-
Sponsored by Detroit Brandeis Univ. Nat'l. Women's Comm.
A social evening will follow.
will be featured, according to cussed. For information about
Mrs. William Wolk, president. pickup service, call Sara Wel-
ton, EL 7-2789.
CALORIE COUNTERS, a For information, call Mrs.
* * *
group of local women interested Frank Nager, membership vice-
president,
EL.
6-7915.
EQUALITY
CLUB will hold
in weight reduction, will meet
* * *
a dessert luncheon and social,
throughout the summer. Meet-
Mrs. Morris Miller, president at 12:30 p.m., Saturday, at the
ing on Wednesday evenings, the
group is now starting a new of JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO- home of Mrs. Lawrence Berk,
"weight reducing marathon." PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- 29636 Trancrest, Livonia. The
For information, call BR. 3-0297 TION, announces the annual group has voted to send a
paid-up membership luncheon check to Histadrut and the
or TO. 9-7316.
at 12 noon, Tuesday, in the Da- Michigan Cancer Society.
* * *
*
*
Rabbi Hayim Donin, of Cong. vison Jewish Center. Prospec-
Bnai David, will speak to ALO- tive members are invited.
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
* * *
NAH CHAPTER, Pioneer Wom-
neer Women, will hold its next
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio- meeting Monday, at the home
en, at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the
home of Fern Baker, 21350 neer Women, will meet at 12:30 of Mrs. Nathan Robbins, 19175
Ridgedale, Oak Park. For infor- p.m., Wednesday, in the Hayim Pinehurst. Council members
Greenberg Center. when Mrs. will present their views in an
mation, call LI. 4-7706.
Frances Driker will present a open discussion of a timely
* * *
.
Mrs. Morris Goldberg was re- program of "News and Views." topic. Newly elected .officers
cently re-elected president of Hostesses will be -Mesdames Lil- include the following: Mes-
SISTERS OF ZION MIZRACHI lian Goldman, Sonia Goldberg dames Hy Ross, president; Mor-
ris Braverman and Sydney
along with the following offi- and Lillie Goldman.
*
*
Goodman, vice-presidents; Cal-
cers: Mesdames Pearl Gold,
TUROVER_ LADIES AUXIL-' man Friedman, funds chairman;
Pearl Leader and Molly Finkel-
stein, vice-presidents; Louis IARY will meet at 12 noon, Beril Bloom, organizational
Goldfine, treasurer; Milton Win- Wednesday, in its temple, 12129 chairman; Morris Duch, Bernard
ston, Flora Smerling and Au- Dexter. Plans for the annual Frank, Nathan Robbins, and
gusta Subar, secretaries; Leah fund-raising luncheon and Andrew Wolok, secretaries;
Feldman, program chairman; games party on June 8 will be Joel Pasikov, treasurer; Bea
and Hattie Kayman, publicity. discussed. For tickets, call Mrs. Newmark, Ray Stoller, - Sol
REPEAT PERFORMANCE .. .
Sylvia Korby, chairman, DI. Yaffe, mailing secretaries; and
*
*
Harry Levitt and Milton Weiss,
FRIENDS OF TELSHE YE- 1-0528.
*
*
advisors.
SHIVAH in Cleveland will hold
CLUB
ONE,
Pioneer
Women,
* *
its annual linen shower at 8
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
p.m., May 24; at Northwest will celebrate Israel's 12th an-
Young Israel, 17376 Wyoming. niversary of independence at SISTERS will hold its annual
Dessert supper will be served, 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the white elephant sale this Tues-
and a special program is being Hayim Greenberg Center. A day, in the home of Mrs. Aaron
guest speaker is planned, and Friedman, 20041 Oxley. Mem-
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Only
planned.
refreshments will be served.
* *
bers and friends are invited.
For a Limited Time
* * •
Admission is by saleable white
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
RADOMER LADIES AUXIL- elephant. A dessert luncheon
the Eastern Star, is planning a
mystery ride and dinner party IARY is planning a special will be served. Funds raised
at 5:30 p.m., May 22. Members board meeting at 8:30 p.m., go to the group's philanthropic
and their husbands will meet at Monday, in the home of Mrs. fund for cancer service at De-
Wrigley parking lot, 7 Mile and B. Helpern, 20213 Strathmoor. troit Memorial Hospital and
Wyoming. For reservations, call A picnic and social affair clos- other institutions-
Marie Haas, UN. 4-6503 or EL. ing the season will be discussed.
* *
• * *
6-0205. An initiation ceremony
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF
Surprise honors were ten- THE ACCOUNTANTS GUILD
will take place at 7:45 p.m.,
dered to Mrs. Arnold Tanzman, will meet at 8:30 p.m., Wednes-
retiring president of TOWN & day, in the home of Mrs. Ralph
COUNTRY CHAPTER, Wom- Heller, 8931 Oak Park. Blvd.,
en's American ORT, at the Oak Park. Inspector E. Marks,
Leave Evervthine to Us
group's mother and daughter of the Detroit Police Depart-
19218 LIVERNOIS
UN 1-1089
banquet, held T u es d a y, at ment censor bureau, will speak
Sammy's. She was presented on "Control of Pornographic
Block North of W. 7 Mile Rd.
with a gift from the member- Material."
ship.



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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
Friends
of
the
neer Women, will meet on
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., at
the home of Betty Kromirs,
and
18400 Ilene. Mrs. Mason, chair-
man, announces an Israeli I
Shower will be held.
* * *
are cordially invited to the
A past-president meeting will
ANNUAL
MEETING
be held by YOUNG WOMEN'S
AND
RECEPTION
BICUR CHOLEM at 10 a.m.,
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
Monday, at the home of Mrs.
SUNDAY. MAY 15, 1960 — 2:30 P.M.
M. A. Fine, 20025 Lesure. A
Main Building
board meeting will follow. In-
stallation of officers is sched-
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
• STYLE
uled for June 7, at Town and
Curtis and Meyers
• ELEGANCE
Country Club.
• Election of Officers
• Annual Reports
* * *
• BEAUTY
• Panel Discussion: "Family Counseling, As Seen by Doctor., Lawyer, Rabbi and
MEDICAL AID GUILD will 1
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Social Worker"
hold the last board meeting of i
• Erwin Simon
• Dr. Raymond A. Sokolov
• Rabbi Max Kapustin
the season, beginning with a i
• Prof. Clarice Freud
• Mrs. Charles A. Lakoff, Moderator
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