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July 08, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-08

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NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH, Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization, will
hold a luncheon and games
party at 12 noon, Tuesday, at
the home of Mrs. S. Winokur,
4370 W. Outer Dr. Hostesses
are Mesdames H. Dresner and
S. Winokur. Guests are invited
to attend. Proceeds will go to-
ward the support of widows and
orphans.
*
*
A meeting of DETROIT
LADIES AUXILIARY of
AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER AT DENVER is scheduled
for 1 p.m., Tuesday, at Cong.
Beth Moses. Mesdames Pauline
Brandwine and Oscar- Solomon
will be hostesses.
* * *
The home of Rev. and Mrs.
Morris Schonfeld, of 19929
Steel, will be the - setting for a
garden supper to be held by
SHOMREY EMUNAH SISTER-
HOOD, from 5 to 8 p.m., Sun-
day. Co-chairmen are Mesdames
Rae Urnovitz and Esther Bent-
helm, while hostesses will be
Mesdames M. Cohen, I. Lagnas,
L. Laufer, L. Seigelbaum, A.
Ungar, I. Weiss and F. Weisz.
Members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
* * *
At a recent installation of of-
ficers of KINNERET CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, the fol-
lowing w e r e inducted. Rae
Feinberg, president; Rebecca
Worren, advisor; Frances
Shayne and Sophie Tatelman,
vice-presidents; Fay Mandell;
Rose Gilbert, Rose Lazerman
and Eva Gertzman, secretaries;
Sadie Begun, treasurer; Fran-
ces Driker, publicity; Sophie
Tatelman, Moetzet Hapoalot;
Tania Berman, bulletin; Esther
Nusbaum and Ruth Gosman,
child rescue; Ruth Gosman,
bonds; Rebecca Cohen, member-
ship; Esther Reder, retention;
Frances Shayne, dues; Sarah
Kanter, cultural; Eva Tromka,
JNF; Tillie' Wine, Histadrut;
Lilly Goldman and Sarah Kap-
lan, social; Bessie Kutnick, Is-
rael supplies; Blanch Lesser,
sunshine; Ruth Adelman, Ann
Fisher and Elsie Berger, tele-
phone; and Sonia Gertman,
Council representative.
* * *
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
a special Leadership Clinic,
Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Ann Mondrow, 17572 Stoe-
pel. Moderator will be Chana
Michlin, National Board Ad-
visor and chairman of leader-
ship seminar. An urgent need
for discarded clothing, furni-
ture, dishes and other articles
has been announced for rum-
mage purposes for Israel. For
pickup service, call DI 1-3446,
or UN 1-1659.
* * *
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY.
will hold its annual picnic,
Wednesday afternoon, in the
garden of Mrs. Abe Schmier,
of 3557 Sherbourne, Sherwood
Forest. Plans are underway
for the group's fund-raising
affair, a dinner dance to be
held on Oct. 25, at the Town and
Country Club. Mrs. William
Budman will serve as general
chairman, while Mesdames Sid-
ney Tauber and Abe Katzman
are ticket and yearbook chair-
men, respectively.



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WOMEN'S ORTHODOX
LEAGUE. She will be assisted
during the coming term by
Mesdames Hilda Cohen, vice-
president; E 11 a Dziolowsky,
Celia Hendler, 'Mary Goldberg
and Hadassah Fraimark, secre-
taries; and Phyllis Koenigsberg,
treasurer. Chairmen include
Mesdames Miriam Elias, pro-
gram; Rose Baum and Beatrice
Eisenman, maintenance - fund
raising; Shoshonah Gold and
Rena Felt, building fund;
Raiselle Snow, sunshine; Anne
Cohen, publicity; Ruth Rothen-
berg, pushkas; Esther Seligson,
kashruth; Bat Sheva Shem Tov,
membership; Esther Levin,
telephone; and Michal Nadler,
education. Board members at
large include Mesdames Leah
Kar, Ruth Levi and Helena
Spitzer.
* * *

dames Abraham Caplan, organ-
izer of the Sabbath League, and
Joshua Sperka, honorary presi-
dent. To serve with Mrs. Levin
during the coming term will
be Mesdames Libby Dubrinsky,
Dora Lipman, Sarah Glassman
and Pauline Brandwine, honor-
ary vice-presidents; Louis Hon-
igman, Edita German, I d a
Freedlander, Pearl Leader and
Jacob Faigenbaum, vice-presi-
dents; Milton A. Winston and
Philip Kutnick, secretaries; Jul-
ius Spielberg, treasurer; Irene
Rosenthal, trustee; Walter Ep-
stein, Rise Bielovitch, Flora
Smerling and David Gelberman,
social; Hattie Klayman, Anna
Satovsky and Morris Souvetter,
sunshine; Milton A. Winston,
program; and Joshua Sperka,
installing officer.

Mrs. Isadore Levin will be in-
stalled as president of the
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and WO-
MEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE at
an installation meeting, 12:30
p.m., Tuesday, at the Young
Israel Center, Dexter at Fuller-
ton. Honored also will be Mes-

* * *

TOWN AND COUNTRY
CHAPTER, Women's American
ORT, has formed a mixed bowl-
ing league, announces president
Blanche Brant. Couples include
Messrs. and Mesdames Marvin
Hyman, Arnold Tanzman, Mil-
ton Superstine, Steven Meyers,
Sol Cohen, Carl Carron, Morton
Siegal, Jack Oppenheim, Jerry

Israel was among more than
20 nations to present their flags
at the July 1 Dominion Day
ceremonies
-
part of the
International'
Freedom Fes-'
tival — in
Windsor, Ont.
A native of
Ranana, Israel,
and recent im-
migrant to
Canada, 14-
year-old Sima
Nessel
Hollander presented the flag
as "Miss Israel" for the cere-
monies.

This is the first year that
Israel has 'participated in the
All Nations Committee.
Acting as Israeli representa-
tive on the Committee was
Harry Nessel. He reports that
the Israeli float was cheered
enthusiastically by the crowd as
it followed directly behind the
Arabic float.
Said Nessel: "We were proud
to be in the activities and plan
to be in them in the years to
come."

Israel Delegates in London

LONDON, (JTA)—An Israeli
parliamentary delegation
arrived here on a 10-day visit
Friedman and Marty Brown. as guests of the British House
The group will meet at Star of Commons.
Lanes at 8:30 p.m., alternating
Sundays during the summer.
For information call Dolores
Oppenheim, GR 6-1799.
* * *

AVIVA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a summer
luncheon at 12:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, at the home of Mrs. Nor-
man Leemon, 18945 Fairfield.
Mrs. Ruth Miller will review
Robert Kennedy's "The Enemy
Within." Guests are invited to
attend. For reservations or in-
formation, call Mrs. Leemon,
DI. 1-0058.

Larry
Freedman

Orchestra
Entertainment

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A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Fur 'til Fall

Sam Offen takes pleasure in an-

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to be known as — Furs by Ceresnie

Bros. & Offen— to bring you the

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* *

; Mrs. Hannah Greenbaum has
been elected president of the

Radomer Society Gets Gift

Radomer Aid Society and
Ladies Auxiliary have received
a gift of four dozen chairs for
the Chapel of the Radqmer Aid
Society Cemetery from Leo
Adler in memory of his mother,
Jennie Adler. The announce-
ment of the donation came at
the unveiling of a monument to
Mrs. Adler.

DEXTER at DAVISON
13326 DEXTER

OPEN DAILY TO 6 THURSDAY TO 9

TO 8-6617

All Furs Labeled to Show Country of Origin
of Imported Furs

15 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Priday, July.

Women's

Canada Cheers Israel in Parade

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