atmont s es uxt tary first roup
to Assist School for Blind Children
Miss Mechler to Wed Elkin Travel Offers
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Elkin Travel Bureau, 19437
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many many more bonuses.
A car can also be rented for
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For information and reserva-
tions, call UN 4-4464.
An installation dinner-dance
is planned by PISGAH LODGE
at 6:30 p.m., June 6, in the
Hayim Greenberg Center, when
the following new officers will
be inducted: Dan Levy, presi-
dent; Leo Feber, Leonard Edel-
man and Bernard H. Gutman,
vice-presidents; B e n Goldhoff,
J. Phillip Levant and Irving
Boigon, secretaries; Sam Seli-
kowitz, treasurer; Jack Pollock,
assistant chaplain; Alexander
Gersuk, • chaplain; Max Schrut,
warden;. and Vernon Leopold,
guardian. Trustees include
The Women's Auxiliary to the Maimonides Medical Society
recently wrote a new chapter to its record of humanitarian Ernest Chayet, Ben Davis,
activities when the organization presented a check to the Meyer Epstein, Charles Gold-
MISS RUTH MECKLER
stein, Isadore Gussin, Joseph
Jewish Institute for Blind Children in Jerusalem, the first
organization to subsidize the institute. At the presentation Guterman, Ben Kaufman, Bar-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Meckler,
ney Levine, Nathan Rose, Ar-
ceremony are, left to right, Mesdames Sanford Bennett,
of 16135 Baylis, announce the
treasurer; Harold Pliskow, Jack F. Warner, projects com- thur I. Shapiro, Max Shelden, engagement of their daughter,
Sol Steinberg, Hyman Wasser,
mittee chairman, Charles Gitlin, coordinator of funds; Sidney
Irving Weinstein and Samuel Ruth, to Jaime Laredo, son of
Friedlaender, president; Raymond F. Lipton, Irvin Weisenthal
Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Laredo,
UN 2-2850 UN 3-6283
and I. Walter Silver. Standing are Mesdames Joseph Dubin and H. Wider. Alfred H. Bounin, of Cochabamba, Bolivia, and
Israel Wiener, while not present were Mesdames Leo Orecklin
in charge of the special installa-
and Sol Grossman.
Miss Meckler attended the
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University of Pennsylvania, and
YUSTER - ROSENBERG holds a bachelor of music de-
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
LODGE will hold its annual gree from the Curtis Institute
Finest in Child Photography
The annual golf outing of the a surprisingly strong game even bowling banquet and installa- of Music. She is - a concert pian-
Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids
Detroit Chapter of Sports for though they were eliminated. tion dinner at 7:15 p.m., Satur- ist.
Israel will take place on June The Israelis are currently pre- day, at the Gay Haven Supper
Mr. Laredo also graduated
15, at the Hillcrest Country paring to send a track and Club. The outstanding bowlers from the Curtis Institute. A
Club in Mt. Clemens.
field squad to the 1960 Olympic of the past season will be hon- concert violinist, he w a s the oftors".4.80•1\00.:4
ored and newly elected , officers winner of the 1959 Queen Eliza-
In announcing the event, Dr. games in Rome.
installed. The entire member- beth of Belgium International
Henry Berris, chairman, stated
that numerous sports per- exchange program of physical ship is invited to participate in Music Competition.
sonalities are expected to be education instructors, mostly in an evening of dining, dancing
The young couple each was
in attendance for golf during the Eastern U.S., although and entertainment. For reserva- recently awarded a fellowship
the day and dinner in the several touring groups have tions, call Bert Meisel, WE to the Casals Festival in Puerto
been in Detroit. The U.S. has 3-1003.
Rico, where they will spend
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Through the efforts of the sent such athletic stalwarts as
their honeymoon. The wedding
U.S. Committee for Sports in
will take place this Wednesday,
Israel, which supports all athle- Kiphuth, Harrison Dillard and ceremony, was installed as pres- at the home of Miss Meckler's
ident of PISGAH LODGE by
tic programs in the Jewish Elmer Ripley.
Tickets for the golf outing Dr. Mike Engelman, of the aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. W.
state, there is emerging. a fine
K. Usher, of Grosse Pointe.
effort in many sports by Israeli are avaliable from Dr. Berris, Harry B. Keidan Lodge, and a Rabbi David A. Baylinson will
men and women, Dr. Berris
Mitchell Feldman, Fred Epps, Bnai Brith Bowling Association. officiate.
For the first time this year, Arnold Rosman, Carl Schiller Other officers to serve with
Lipin are Syd Cohn, Paul Kales
he added, Israel fielded a Davis and Herman Fishman.
and Martin Olshansky, vice pres-
Cup tennis team, which played
idents; Morrie Somberg, secre-
tary; and Dave Katzman, treas-
June 8 Installation
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Set by BB Women
Rabbi MANDEL M. ZAGER
The 15th annual installation
LODGE conferred the title of
of officers ceremony and lunch-
honorary past president upon
eon of the Metropolitan Detroit
Nathaniel H. Goldstick, corpora-
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
May 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Ed- tion counsel of the City of De-
Bnai Brith Council will take
McNichols Rd., West
place at 12
troit, at its recent installation
noon, June 8, sationed at Camp Pendelton, of officers. Maxwell M. Lowe,
at Holiday Calif., a son, * Jeffrey
past president of the lodge and
of the Metropolitan Detroit
I just came back from a weekend at
Council, made the presentation.
Nathan, instal- Simson Sendler (Sue Hyams), Council executive director Hy
lation c h a i r- of 18715 Shaftsbury, a son; Crystal installed the following
m a n for the Douglas James.
officers: Wallace G. Tonkin,
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Let me tell you its beautiful! The swimming pool
May 18—To-Mr. and Mrs. Ger- president; Edwin Roth, Albert
ald Neff (Rita Kazdan), of 18011 Wolgin and Murray Krugel,
alone is worth the price of admission. We have a
vice - presidents; Simon Rich-
wonderful summer planned for you. Won't you
Mrs. Nathan Tack, first Albany, Oak Park, a son, How- mond and Philip Minkow, sec-
vice-president of District 6, will
retaries; Manuel Brown, treas-
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conduct the ceremonies of in-
Rates : $400-8 weeks; $210-4 Weeks
May 15—To Dr. and Mrs. urer; Dave Brown, warden;
Irvin Kanat (Nora Newmark); Harry Kruman, guardian; and
Mrs. Allan Laban is mistress of 15971 Jeanette, Southfield, a Leo Goldenberg, P. P., chaplain.
For Information Write or Call:
of ceremonies for the program, daughter, Perri Hope.
Special lodge awards for fund
Frank Leiderman, BA, MA in Education, Resident Camp
and arrangements are being
raising were presented in the
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Director, 18115 KENTUCKY, (21) Dl 1-8898, Dl 1-1498; or
made by Mrs. Jack Sayles.
May 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Rog- form of U.S. savings bonds to
Mrs. M. Servetter, Secretary, 24351 COOLIDGE, OAK PARK,
For reservations, call Mrs. er M. Gottfried (Vivian Liber), William Stein and Albert Wol-
Allen Weitzman, UN 4-8705, or of 13395 S. Norfolk, a son, gin, by Leo Polk, P.P. Also
Mrs. Fred Weinstein, UN 4-0284. Avery Marc Gottfried.
participating in the program
were Council president Harry
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May 13—To Mr. a n d Mrs. Weinberger and past president
Morris Richman, of 2780 Car- Alfred H. Bounin.
well, Ann Arbor, Mich., a son,
Award Miss Horwitz
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y Since 194-6-\
EXCLUSIV ( ..._
May 13—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Kaufman (Carol Ann `II' President's Medal
Hospitals & Noma
Miss Rachel Horwitz, the
Spiwak). , of 19160 Rensellor,
Livonia, a son, Leonard Edwin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
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old Horwitz, of 3797 Humphrey,
"BON VOYAGE", "SPEEDY
May 8—To Mr. and Mrs. was awarded the President's
....Recommended by Physicians...
RECOVERY" or "SYMPATHY'
Gerald Rudin (Betsyrose Bar- Medal for outstanding scholastic
ris), of 19435 Votrobeck, a achievement, at Wayne State
more important than what you say
how you say it. Expressions of sym-
daughter, Cheryl Nanci.
University's annual honors con-
pathy, best wishes or congratulationz
vocation, recently in the Com-
are much more effective with a gift
May 8 — To Mr. and Mrs. munity Arts Auditorium.
basket that speaks for you . . in an
Bernard Firestone (Charlene
eye-appealing, taste-tempting and sat-
The annual award, presented
Friedman), of Archdale Ave., a to the top two seniors — man
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
For your next celebration, whatever
daughter, Elissa Beth.
and woman — of the university,
the occasion, order from our large
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of champagnes, wines and
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
liquors . . . by the bottle or case . .
man Klegman (Marilyn Bud- witz by Dr. Clarence B. Hilber-
to meet your needs.
nitzky), of Southfield, Mich., a ry, President.
Miss Horwitz, who has been
can UNiversity 2-6800.. and CHARD, Ill
daughter, Susan Faith.
awarded also one of five Wood-
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May 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Ger- row Wilson fellowships for con-
Serving at Homes and in Hospitals
ald Turner (Harriett Mackie), tinuing her education, is a
3205. W. McNICHOLS RD. (at Wilciemet,r
of 20130 Votrobeck Ct., a son, French major in the College of
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