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June 03, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-03

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omen's eitth activities

LI ERMA

13821 W. 9 MILE RD.

THE LUCKY GUY
THE LUCKY GAL

PINE CREST RANCH

REMOVAL SALE •

MUST LIQUIDATE COMPLETE
STOCK BEFORE WE MOVE!!

13326 DEXTER at DAVISON

OPEN DAILY TO 6

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THURSDAY TO 9

15 — THE DETRO IT JEWIS H NEWS — Fri day, June 3, 1960

vice-presidents; Abbott Schlain, tell, community services; Gab-
treasurer; Leroy Helfman, Har- riel Moscow, fund-raising; Os-
old Greenblatt, Elias Bookman, car Hertz, advisory; Henry
secretaries; Harry Hooberman, Marer, division board repre-
commission on community in- sentatiVe; George JonaS, Michi-
The Sisterhood of Cong. Beth Homnick wiliThe installing offi-
ter-relations; George Rubin, ed- gan Congress representative;
DETROIT
JUNIOR
CHAP-
Shmuel will hold its 18th an nual cer, and Mrs. George Bassin will
TER, Jewish National Home for ucation; Joseph Heit, Louise and Sam Morris, hospitality.
donor luncheon at 12 n GOri, play the piano.
(More Clubs, Page 19)
Asthmatic
Children at Denver, Wise Memorial; Werner Mar-
June 15, in the
*
*
will hold a -luncheon at 12:30
synagogue so-
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO- p.m., June 10, in the home of
cial hall, ac-
SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- Mrs. Charles Harman, 22929
e or din g to
TION has called a special meet- Wrexford, Southfield, when the
Mrs. B. Bab-
Pancakes Anytime!
ing for 12 noon, Monday, in the following newly-elected officers
e o c k, presi-
Full
Course
Davison
Jewish
Center.
Accord-
will
be
inducted;
Mesdames
Jer-
Dinners Served `'Daily
dent. A special
ing to .Mrs. Morris Miller, presi- ome Krause, president; Robert
musical p r o-
dent, nomination and election Colman, Robert Steinberg and
gram is being
of
officers will take place, and Arnold Schaefer, vice - presi-
arranged for
reports on the 40th anniversary dents; Alfred Shevin, M. Jacobs
the "Chai" or
donor luncheon will be given. and Leslie West, secretaries;
• •
"Life" celebra-
OA K PARK
LI 8-1111 -
A dessert luncheon will precede and Emil Weiss, treasurer.
tion (the He-
the meeting.
* *
brew word for
* * *
CHANA
CZENESH
CHAP-
18 is Chai) by
Mrs. Simon Shifman was elect- TER, Pioneer Women, will
Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Babcock
Bicoll. For tickets, call Mrs. ed president of the YOUNG meet at 12:30 p.m., Monday,
Louis Leebove, donor chairman, WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM at in the home of Mrs. Morris
its recent annual meeting. Serv- Friedman, 19931 Sussex for a
1-2869.
ing with her will be Mesdames luncheon -installation. Mrs.
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer Morris Golden, Louis Goldberg Fanny Fisher is chairman of
Women, will hold an installa- and Henry Schwartz, vice-presi- the day, and Mrs. Ann Appel
Goes to . .
tion dinner at 6:30 p.m., Mon- dents; Allen Vie dr a h, Max will be installing officer.
day, at Springel's Patio Room, Davis, Jack Dunn, Bernard Sum-
*
*
ner and Sam Moscow, secreta-
when newly-elected officers will ries;
Joseph
Viedrah,
treasurer;
EMMA
LAZARUS
CHAP-
be inducted. For information, and Abe Bookstein, case super-
call Mrs. Max Kanarek, LI 7- visor. Installation ceremonies TER, American Jewish Con-
45 Campers (7-14)
15 Counselors
3665, or Mrs. Morris Mittelman, are scheduled for 12 noon, Tues- gress, has planned an installa-
UN 2-3447. Friends are invited. day,at the Town and Country tion luncheon for 12:15 p.m.,
Wednesday, at Larco's. Officers
Activities To Please All
* * *
Club. For reservations, call Mrs. to be inducted are Mesdames
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB Golden, VE. 8-3037, or Mrs. Mos- Ralph Miller, president; Sol
Mort & Leona Kanfer
MA. 6-6308 — VE. 7-6701
will elect new officers at a cow, DI. 1-9839.
Redstone and Sallen Lurie,
meeting planned for 8:30 p.m.,
1 I IfIc n n n r tf in
Monday, in the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Jack Gubkin,
representing Bnai Brith's Anti-
Defamation League, will speak
and show a film on community
problems. Husbands of mem-
bers are invited.
* *
RADOMER LADIES AUX-
ILIARY is currently seeking
used c 1 o thin g-and household
goods for a rummage sale to be
held June 11, on Main St., in
Royal Oak. For information or
pick-up of merchandise, call
Mrs. Esther Halpern, DI 1-8928,
or Mrs. May Weintraub, UN
4-9009. All proceeds will go to
Israeli causes.
*
*
EQUALITY CLUB will meet
at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, in
the home of Mrs. David Barak,
Sam Offen takes pleasure in announcing that he
19169 Monica. At a recent meet-
ing, Mrs. S. Peck was named
chairman of the December
will merge with Ceresnie Bros. at 19386 Livernois
donor luncheon. Serving with
her will be Mesdames Michael
to bring yin, the largest selection of fine furs
J. Kushner, co-chairman; M.
B erkowitz, d a r l i n g s; 0.
in the city.
Schwartz, memorials; D. Rosen-
berg, journal; and I. Glassman,
pledges.
* * *
Included in this fabulous sale are Mink
H 0 M E RELIEF SOCIETY
will hold its final board meet-
Coats, Jackets, Stoles — to mention
ing of the season on June 10,
in the home of Mrs. Robert
only a few — plus a fine collection of
Friedenberg, 24270 Morton, Oak
Park. Mrs. Ira Friedenberg will
luxurious fur trimmed cashmere sweat-
be co-hostess at a dessert lunch-
eon. Plans for the Oct. 25 fund-
ers,
raising dinner-dance at Town
and Country Club will be an-
nounced by Mrs. William Bud-
man, chairman.
A chance of a lifetime to buy
* * *
Election of new officers will
the fur of your choice NOW!
highlight the final meeting of
the BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOLS PTA at 8:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, at Cong. Mogen
A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Fur 'tit Fall.
Abraham. Filmed interviews
with graduates of the Yeshivah
and the influence of their edu-
cation on their professions to-
day will be shown. A parent-
teacher conference will include
the evening.
* * *
KAPPA NU MOTHERS'
CLUB will meet at 8:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in the home of Mrs.
William Steiner, 19750 Sussex,
when the following new officers
will be installed: Mesdames
Rosetta Weiner, president; Sel-
ma Steiner and Sylvia Layne,
vice-presidents; Jennie Grayson
and Jean Stalrit, secretaries;
and Jennie Robbins, treasurer.
*
Mrs. Morris Goldberg, presi-
dent of SISTERS OF ZION
MIZRACHI, announces that an
installation luncheon is planned
All Furs Labeled to Show Country of Origin
for 12 noon, Wednesday, at
of Imported Furs
Holiday Manor. Mrs. Yaakov I.

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