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June 03, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-03

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THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 3, 1960 —

Naomi Klein to Wed
Young Israeli in July

Baritone to Solo
List 'At Home' Receptions
with Folk Chorus
for Adas Shalom Confirands Harvey Schreibman will con-

Annual confirmation services of Adas Shalom Synagogue will
be held Sunday morning, June 12. At home receptions will be
held in honor of the following confirmands as listed below:
JUDITH ANN LEEMON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman I.
Leemon, of 18945 Fairfield, 2 to 5 p.m., June 12. No cards.
ELYSE GUTTENTAG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gutten-
tag, of 22001 Ridgedale, Oak Park, 2 to 5 p.m. June 19.
SUE ELLEN PARISER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pariser,
of 18030 Wildemere, 2 to 5 p.m., June 19. No cards.
BERTHA D. POLLACK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack,
of 18625 Fairfield, 2 to 5 p.m., June 12. No cards.
SHARON BETH SOLISH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solish,
of 1'7175 San Juan, 2 to 5 p.m., June 12. No cards.

Department of Michigan JWV
Celebrates 25th Year at Conclave

MISS NAOMI KLEIN

Dr. and Mrs. William Klein,
of Westhampton Dr., Southfield,
announce the forthcoming mar-
riage, in July, of their daugh-
ter, Naomi Geraldine, to Amnon
Reitter, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Reitter, of Ein Hashofet, Israel.
Mr. Reitter is a Sabra, whose
parents came to Ein Hashofet
as young pioneers from Austria
26 years ago.

Slate Evening of Gaines

Radomer Aid Society will hold
a games party at 8 p.m., June
14, at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile.
BERNARD ABRAMS
All members and friends are
asked to attend. Refreshments
Honored guests at the De-
will be served. Proceeds will go partnient of Michigan Jewish
to charity.
War Veterans silver anniver-
sary convention banquet, Satur-
Our want ads bring fast results. day evening, will be U.S. Sen-
ator Philip A. Hart and Bernard
Abram s, JWV national com-
THE FINEST IN PRINTED
mander.
FABRIC
To be held at the Book
Casino, the banquet will climax
three days of activities. Sammy
FOR CAMP CLOTHES
Woolf's orchestra also will be
School Clothes and Institutions
featured, announced Irving
$1.00 per 100
Cane, Department of -Michigan
Send Check or Money Order
commander, -and Mrs. John Ne-
Sorry„_ no C.O.D.'s
QUICK DELIVERY
mon, Auxiliary president.
Wholesale Acets. Welcome
A civic luncheon - honoring
Abrams, of Jersey City, N.J.,
will :initiate the weekend at 12
6024 MARKET STREET
inoon----today, in the Sheraton
PHILADELPHIA 39; PA.
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Annual confirmation services
of Beth Aaron Synagogue will
be held Sunday morning, June
5. At homes receptions will be
held, as listed, for the following
Beth Aaron confirmands:
DIANA KAPLAN, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Kaplan,
of 18603 Hartwell, 2 to 5 p.m.,
June 5. No cards.
BARBARA ANN KOSIT,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Kosit, of 18625 Birwood, from
8 p.m., June 5.
GLORIA I R E N E SHENK-
MAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Shenkman, of 3350 Sher-
bourne, 2 to 5 p.m., June 12.
DONNA L E E WEINGAR-
DEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Weingarden, of 19495
Stansbury, 8 to 11 p.m., June 5.

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and up

Special for BRIDES TO BE • .

BRIDES TO BE are cordially. invited to
take advantage of the BRIDAL REGIS-
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personnel. Let us keep a record of your
selections in china, glass, silver, etc. to
prevent duplication and for the con-
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Schedule 'At Homes'
for Beth Aaron Girls

Harry Mirvis — Directors — Ronald Bolan

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Stevie Sugerman says:

Located at Beth Shalom Synagogue—Oak Park

Jacob Glaser, president of the
Brenner Branch of the Farband
Labor Zionist Order, announces
that an election meeting is
planned for 9 p.m., Saturday, in
the Hayim Greenberg Center.
The program, which will close
the season for the group, also
will serve as a bon voyage party
for Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Hear-
shen, who are leaving for Israel.

Furniture Service
veteran leaders, civic officials
and Jewish community leaders.
Refinishing & Repairing
A "Meet the National Com-
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mander Kiddush" will be held
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949
this evening at the JWV Memo-
rial Home, on Davison Ave.
Delegates and JWV members
will attend 9 a.m. service s,
Saturday, at Shaarey Z e d e k
Synagogue, where Rabbi Morris
Adler, spiritual 1 e a d e r, will
officiate as chaplain of the De-
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Baby sitting services for the ing S. Milgram, UN 1-2606 or
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the JWV-ettes, a youth group of the chorus.
of teen-aged girls.
An "early bird. breakfast"
Sunday morning will be fol-
lowed by memorial services and
business sessions. Two annual

JWV scholarships will be pre-
sented to children of war vet-
FOR ANY OCCASION
erans, on a non-sectarian basis,
and the election and installa-
tion of new officers will be
held.
CALL SALLY FIELDS
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Convention chairmen a r e
Mrs. Morton Oppenheim and
Walter Klein.
Representing the

CAMP KTON TON DAY (AMP

4-12 Years Old

duct the Jewish Folk Chorus at
its 35th Jubilee Concert on
June 5, in the Scottish Rites
Cathedral of Masonic Temple.
Guest artist Norman Atkins,
leading baritone with the New
York City
Center Opera,
will be soloist
in the major
work of the
evening, t h e
premier per-
formance i n
Detroit of
Dmitri Shosta-
kovich's "Song
of the For-
ests." The 100-
voice chorus
also will be
heard in a
program of
Yiddish, Eng-
lish and He- Atkins
brew music, and will feature its
own soloists Ruth Goldman and
Ellis Friedenson in composi-
tions by Jacob Scheafer.
The Youth Chorus will par-
ticipate in a separate program
of its own.

Brenner Farband Branch
Schedules Election Meeting

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