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July 15, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-15

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MISS SANDRA DAWES

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dawes,
23560 Radclift, Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Sandra, to Zave Cli-
man of Toronto.
'The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Climan of Montreal, he
is a graduate of McGill Uni-
versity of Michigan and is a
chartered accountant.
Miss Dawes recently received
an A.B. degree in education
from the University of Mich;
igan.
After an August wedding, the
couple- will make their home in
Toronto.

State Fair Queen Contest
Entries to Close Aug. 26

The Michigan State Fair has
sent out a call for Michigan
Beauty Queens to enter the an-
nual "Miss Michigan State Fair"
contest to be held during this
year's State Fair, Sept. 2
through 11.
General Manager Donald L.
Swanson has set Friday, Aug.
26, as the deadline for entries.
• To qualify for the contest, the
candidate must have won a
Sponsored. Beauty Contest in
Michigan since the last State
Fair She must be between the
ages of 16 and 25 years and
single.
Miss Michigan State Fair of
1960 thus actually will be the
Q - een of all Michigan Beauty
Queens. Preliminary judging
will be held at the State Fair,
Sept. 6, and the winner will be
chosen by well-known Judges
and crowned by Governor G.
Mennen Williams Sept. 7. .
Official entry blank., may be
s' cured by writing to the State
Fair in Detroit to the attention
of Cleighton Melin.

Couples Cook Out

The Young Marrieds Group of
Temple Israel will hold its an-
nual summer cookout party at
8 p.m. Saturday at Oak Park
Municipal Park. Members and
potential members are invited,
according to co-chairmen Edwin
Bean and Leonard Trunsky.

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August
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Time Outside Concentration Camp

DETROIT LINK, Order of
the Golden Chain, recently held
a meeting of the entertainment
committee at the home of Mrs.
Lee G-antz to discuss plans for
the forthcoming garden party
to be given on July 27 at the
home of Mrs. Rosaline Fleisher,
20133 Strathmoor.
* * *
Mrs. Joshua Sperka will be
the installing_ officer at the in-
stallation of officers of the
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and WOM-
EN'S SABBATH LEAGUE at
12:30 p.m. Tuesda., at the
Young Israel Youth Center. A
luncheon will be served. Mem-
bers and friends are asked to
attend.
* * *
Mrs. Ruth Gosman of KIN-
NERET CI-LiPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon
and games party at noon
Wednesday in her garden at
18504 Rosemont. Members and
friends are. invited to attend.
* * *
SINAI WIVES CLUB will
hold its annual tea for the
wives of the new interns and
residents of Sinai Hospital at
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Milford Wenokur, 15845
New Hanipshire.

* *

A first annual luncheon will
be held at noon Wednesday,
July 27, at the T_urover Temple,
by the CONG. EZRAS . ACHIM
SISTERHOOD and TUROVER
LADIES AUXILIARY, accord-
ing to President Rosalyn Zeldes:
Proceeds will be used for the-
Torah fund, piroches, repairs
of the sidorim and the purchase
of new prayer books for the
coming Holy Days.
* .
A board meeting of . the SIS
TERS OF ZION KIZAAO.Ht
will be held at noon _ThOtday,
at Holiday Manor, according to
president Mrs. Morris Gold-
berg.
* *
DETROIT AUXILIARY NO.
15 — CITY OF HOPE will
hold a card party at 8 p.m. to-
morrow at the Jericho Hall,
18495 W y o m i n g. All local
branches of the organizaztion
are invited to attend.
*
*
GOLDA MYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual linen shower for Is-
rael. Wednesday, at the home
of Fay Plotnick, 21860 Beverly,
Oak Park. Guests are welcome.
The chapter also announces
need for discarded clothing, fur-
niture, dishes and other goods
for its current rummage sale.
For pickup service, call UN
1-1659 or DI 1-3446.

Shirley Schneider Is
Candidate for Council

Active in Jewish affairs and
leader of a number of civic or-
ganizations, Mrs. Shirley F.
Schneider, 20235 Stratford, an-
nounces her candidacy for a
seat on Detroit's Common
Council.
She is the widow of Common
Pleas Judge John H. Schneider.
Presently serving as Wayne
County J u r y Commissioner,
Mrs. Schneider is chairman of
the Wayne County Democratic
Women, member of Temple
Israel, the American Jewish
Congress, the Michigan Asso-
ciation of Emotionally Dis-
turbed Children and the Detroit
Symphony Society of Contrib-
utors.
In addition, she served . on
the boards of the Michigan
State Federation of Temple•
Sisterhoods and Hadassah.
A former Girl Scout leader
and past chairman of the con-
ference on "Unmet Needs of
Children," Mrs. Schneider will
attend the forthcoming Na-
tional Democratic Convention
in Los Angeles.

MISS MARSHA SCHLACHTER

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fitlow
of Freeland Ave. announce the
engagement of her daughter,
Marsha Arlene Schlachter, to
Alan G. Greenberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Greenberg of
Saginaw, Mich.
Both are students at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Greenberg
will enter the College of Law in
the fall. The bride-elect is a
senior in the College of Phar-
macy. A late August wedding
is. planned.

Colonial Lounge Sports
Southern Atmosphere

A southern atmosphere pre-
vails at the new cocktail lounge
just opened in the Colonial
Hotel in Mount Clemens.
Set in a background of four
acres and a palatial hotel that
holds the beauty of the South
in a midwest town, it will be
the rendezvous of business men,
career girls, banquets and pri-
vate parties, according to Max
Elkin, managing owner.
World famed mineral baths at
the Colonial Hotel have drawn
people from all parts of the
globe for the past 90 years and
with the addition of the cocktail
lounge it stands to be the most
popular spot in Mount Clemens,
Elkin said.

A mother and daughter em- reported that all children were
braced for the first time outside to be executed.
a Nazi concentration camp . .
Feiga finally was found and
the first time in 16 years . . . cared for by her aunt. Both
after news came suddenly last went to Russia.
week that Nikita Khruschev had
Her mother was sent to the
granted Feiga Ringer a permit notorious Dachau concentration
to leave Russia.
camp where she met and mar-.
Mrs. Grunia Pesis, 42, of ried her present husband,
17144 Pennington, was married Grunia Pesis. Their marriage
to Jacob Ringer in Lituania brought them two children, Ja-
when she gave birth to Feiga cob, 9, and Solomon, 3.
18 years ago in the concentra-
After appeals from congress-
tion camp, but he was shot men, senators and Vice Pres-
along with the other men of his ident Nixon, the Russians finally
village.
sent word in April that Feiga
Feiga's mother smuggled her would be granted an exit per-
out of the camp when it was mit.
It was only a day before her
arrival that Mrs. Pesis learned
Hadassah Sends 7 to when her daughter would be
returned to her.
Israel Ceremonies
Feiga speaks only Russian,
Seven Detroiters will be rep-
resented on August 3' at . the but it is only a matter of time
dedication ceremonies in Jeru- when they all will be able to
salem of the Hadassah Hebrew understand one another's every
word . . . and they now have
University Medical Center.
They are Mesdames Theodore the time together that has wait-
Bargman, Anne Caplan, Samuel ed 16 years.
Cohl, Joseph Jackier, Ivan
Meisner, Samuel Shekter and
For the
Harry Weisberg.
Perfect Affair ...
The ceremonies will include
a tribute to those martyred on
Mt. Scopus. Key speakers will
and His Orchestra
be Prime Minister David Ben-
UN 3-3737
Gurion and Dr. Mariam K.
Freund, president of Hadassah.
The Detroit delegates will de-
part from New York on July
20 via El Al (Irael Airlines) di-
rectly to Israel, according to
LEIBICK, Prop.
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Detroit
Finest in Child Photography
Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids
chapter tour chairman, and
leave Jerusalem Aug. • 4 for a
KE 1-0104
10-day visit through Europe.

Mickey Woolf

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Northwest Group Slates
Bagel Party for Hare

Gubernatorial candidate
James M. Hare will be guest of
honor at a bagel party to be
given by partisans and friends
under the auspices of the North-
west Hare-for-Governor Club, at
8 p m. , Wednesday, in the
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer.
Hare's views on Michigan un-
employment and the state's
economy will be discussed. The
public is invited to attend, an-
nounces chairman Aaron Le-
bowitz. For information, call
TE 2-0890.

Mon., Tues., Wed. Only — Thru July

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1 5 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 15, 1960

Dawes-Climan Rites
iVonien's
Planed for August

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