sations, child rescue, vocational ergreen; Bernard Zendel, lack, University East; Bernard
bership enrollment drive, the education and . other activities Greenfield; Bennie Mirkin, Li- Nathan, University North; Mey-
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah is of the organization.
vonia; Max Shultz, Meyers; Mey- er Schiff, University South; and
currently working toward con-
"And through Group activi- er Lubin, Schaefer; Margaret Henry Malter, Wyoming.
cluding its goal for the June 21 ties," Mrs. Hubert continued,
tea, at Hadassah House.
"each member can participate
The opening of the drive was in such activities as she wishes,
proclaimed by Mayor Louis C. including bowling, - choral, dra-
Miriani, when he set aside the matic, study, sewing and leader-
Specialists WEDDINGS - BAR MITZVAHS
week just ended Thursday as ship groups."
- in CONFIRMATIONS AND ALL OTHER
Hadassah Week and declared
Named to assist Mrs. Hubert
SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING
the corner of Livernois and W. are Mesdames Joseph Ravit,
7 Mile Rd. as "Hadassah Cor- conservation and dues; Alfred
ENGRAVED, EMBOSSED, OR FLAT PRINTED
Rosen, integration; Morris Gar-
During the membership en-
rollment period, according to taries; Harriet Talbott, trans-
Mrs. William J. Hubert, vice- fers; and Jack Boxer, advisor
The following are in charge
president of membership, Ha-
dassah is emphasizing its pur- of group membership enroll-
Closed Shavuot, Wednesday & Thursday, June 1 2
pose as "offering every woman ment; Mesdames Marvin Zis-
an opportunity to express her- kind, Bagley North; Saul Kling,
MISS JANE ALTMAN
self fully and creatively."
Through Chapter activities,
Announcement has been
made of the engagement of she explained, women work for
Jane Altman, daughter of Mrs. the network of hospitals, moth-
Celia Altman, of Whitcomb
Ave., and the late Mr. Milton Supreme Court Justice
Altman, to Dr. Seymour S. to Address Law Frat
IN CREAM SAUCE, WINE
Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
SAUCE OR COCKTAIL SAUCE
Justice Theodore Souris, re-
Irving Weiner, of Snowden Ave.
cent appointee to the Michigan
READY TO SERVE
Dr. Weiner is a graduate of
Supreme Court, will address the
the College of Osteopathic Med- members of the Detroit gradu-
icine and Surgery in Des
ate chapter of Tau Epsilon Rho
Moines, Ia, A November wed-
law fraternity at a dinner at
ding is planned.
18211 WYOMING•nr. Curtis
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Larco's
Strictly Kosher Meets Poultry
Inn, 7525 W. McNichols.
Leukemia Foundation All members are asked to at-
tend.• Members of the local un-
Re7 Elects Harry Brown dergrauate
UN 1 - 4770
chapters also are
PA L . pt.!
Harry S. Br ow n, of 18400 invited. For reservations, call
. WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR .SPECIAL
Littlefield, was re-elected pres- Seymour Posner, WO 1-6615.
IN THE REFRIGERATED CASE
LOW POSTED PRICES DAILY !
ident of the Children's Leu-
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meeting held at Holiday Manor.
Other officers are Steve Stagle,
vice - president; Gen evi ev e
Daniel and Ruth Bennett, sec-
retaries;. and Clifton Daniel,
NOTE: We are now featuring in our fabulously OAK PARK market a complete
take-out delicatessen counter including appetizers, "HOT KOSHER" corned
A highlight of the annual
beef, pastrami, tongue — cooked fresh daily. TRAY SERVICE: We can now pre-
dinner meeting was the award
PI° r4 411 ri
of the Harley Sparage Memorial
pare complete tray service featuring STRICTLY KOSHER products. FOR YOUR
Plaque to Francis M. Stelten-
SPECIAL EVENTS CALL JO 6 -4640.
kamp, banquet room manager
NOTICE: Visit our new modern Fresh Fish and Sea Food Department in our
of the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel,
who served as treasurer of the
OAK PARK MARKET . . . The finest selection in the city!
foundation this year.
The plaque is a living memo-
riam established by Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Sparage (Mrs.
Sparage is dancing t e a c h e r
SUPER SPECIAL !
Julie Adler) in memory of their
son, who died from leukemia
popular demand !
four years ago.
Founded in 1952, the Chil-
dren's Leukemia Foundation is
a volunteer, non-profit organiza-
Giant 16 Ox. Btles.
tion dedicated to research in
leukemia and other blood
• 9 `
Among the services of the
Foundation, which has offices
at 13106 Grand River, are medi-
cal aid, a blood bank and an
extensive counseling program.
For information, call WE
or DEL MONTE
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23 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 27, 1960
Altman-WeinerRites `An Opportunity for All Women' Theme of Hadassah Membership Drive
Following a week of intense er and child health and welfare Bagley South; Rubin Jaffee, Ev- Kaner, Sherwood; David Pol-
Set for November
activity during its annual mem-