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July 22, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-22

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Miriam Levin Wed t6
Charles D. Lieber-

omen's Cluhs

SABRA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its second
annual wienie roast at 9 p.m.
Monday, at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Ferst, 17701 1VIanderson.
Mrs. Edward Mandell, program
chairman, announces that this
will be the first of several
social events to be planned for
the summer months. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Murray Green-
wald, LI 7-6218.

Tell o Troth

Center Sponsors
Western Funfest

The public is invited to at-
tend a "Western Splash Party
and Wienie Roast" 8:30 p.m.
Aug. 3 at the Jewish Commun-
ity Center, Curtis and Meyers.
The event is sponsored by the
Center's Women's Health Club
and Men's Health Club, and
will include swimming, singing,
dancing, wienie roasting, and
other activities.
John Lewis, popular guitar-
ist, folk singer and caller is
featured for the evening's en-.
tertainment.
For information ani,, tickets,
call Sylvia Zukin, DI 1-4200, or
Evelyn Robbins, UN 3-6132.

lyn Belin, Thelma Stalburg,
Anita Gold, Sandra Landau,
Larraine Fisher and Barbara
Bomze. The club announces,
also, that Gloria Shasasfsky has
donated $1,250 to the Detroit
Association for Retarded Chil-
dren in addition to last year's
contribution of the same
amount.

Gruenhut Appointed
New Zim Treasurer

An excursion to Bob-Lo is
scheduled by the HEBREW
The appointment of Egon
LADIES' AID SOCIETY for 10 Gruenhut as treasurer of the
a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Aug. American-Israeli Shipping Co.,
3 for the benefit of under-
"77'7 .177:: Inc., U.S. rep-
privileged children. Tickets may
MISS PHYLLIS WILLIAMS
resentatives of
be purchased from members, at
• the Zim Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Williams
the dock, or by calling ticket
Navigation
chairman Mrs. Rose White, DI
Leave Everything to Us
Co., Ltd., of of Windsor announce the en-
1-1519, or Mrs. Julia R i n g,
Haifa, was an- gagement of their daughter,
chairman of the o u tin g, LI
nounced by Phyllis Ann, to Kenneth War-
2-9173.
Gottlieb Ham- ren Abrahams, son of Mr. and
* * *
mer, president Mrs. Morey L. Abrahams of the
Ruth Gotleib has been in-
of the Ameri- Belcrest Hotel. A November
stalled as president of the SIS-
can Israeli wedding is planned.
TERHOOD of CONG- BETH
Shipping Co.
MOSES. Others taking office
Half-way measures will be
Gruenhut join-
are Betty Kroker, vice presi-
adequate only if you double the
ed'
the
firm
dent; Henrietta Palmer, secre-
in 1949 as an dose.
The garden of Judge and Mrs. tary; Rose Silver, corresponding
Gruenhut accountant
Theodore Levin was the setting secretary; Ada Markowitz, treas- and later became chief account-
For the
•last Sunday afternoon for the urer; Sarah Weintraub, sun- ant - in charge of treasury and
Perfect Affair .. .
wedding of their daughter, shine; Sarah Cohn, publicity; office administration. In 1953
Miriam, to Charles Donald Rose Cherner, program; Flor- he was named assistant secre-
Lieber, the son of the Edmund ence Kornwise. chaplain; and tary and treasurer. He was edu-
Rebecca Tartoff, r urn in a g e
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
and His Orchestra
Liebers of Larchmont, N.Y.
cated in Germany, France and
UN 3-3737
The ceremony was performed chairman. Mrs. Rebecca Frank- Switzerland and served as an
by Rabbi William G. Braude, el, wife of the spiritual lead- accountant for the International
of Providence, R.I., a member er of Cong. Beth Moses, presid- Committee for Intellectual Ref-
ed at the installation.
• STYLE
of the bride's family.
ugees in Geneva. Before join-
* * *
• ELEGANCE
Judge Levin gave his daugh-
ing Zim he was employed by
The WOMEN'S GOLDEN the Boise-Griffin Steamship Co.
• BEAUTY
ter in marriage.
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
The bride wore a short gown RULE will have a lawn party
WYN-HAROLD
CATERING
Finest
in Child Photography
of white silk organza and car- beginning at noon on July 27
Wedding . Bar Mitzvah - Candids
ried a bouquet of stephanotis at the home of Mr. and 111rs. Arthur A. Fleischman
KE 1-0104
Cantor, 18675 Steel.
•and orchids.
Honored
as
Volunteer
*
*
*
She was attended by her
Arthur A. Fleischman's "in-
The Detroit Chapter of
sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles L.
Enroll Your Boy Cr Girl
Levin. Her niece, Jill Levin, UNITED ORDER OF TRUE terest and devotion to the Jew-
was her flower girl, and her SISTERS will celebrate "True ish Home for the Aged" has
For the 2nd Session
nephew, Josh Levin, was ring Sisters Day" with a dinner and earned him the United Com-
at
Camp Walden
munity
Services
pin
as
the
social event at Jeri's Golden
bearer.
July 28 - Aug. 25
The couple will make their Gavel Room on Aug. 3, an- volunteer of the week. Fleisch-
nounce chairmen of the annual man, 1641 Strathcona, has
home in New York.
• RIDING • TENNIS
affair, Mesdames Bernard Lynn, served as chairman of the
Seymour Grossfeld and Harold House Committee of the JHA
• SAILING • FENCING
Summer Parks Band Jackson.
for the past 13 years.
• BASEBALL • WATER SKIING
Also
a
member
of
the
board,
* • *
Has Baritone Soloist
Fleischman serves as its treas-
The
entertainment
committee
• DRAMATICS • FISHING • ARTS & CRAFTS
The Summer Parks Band,
urer, has been board secretary
under the direction of Herschel of the DETROIT LINK, Order and a member of the building,
• CANOE TRIPS • FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
Leib, will play at neighbor- of the Golden Chain, announces committee. The Central Volun-
that
the
organization
will
hold
hood locations across the city,
For Information Write or Call
teer Bureau wrote of him: "He
visiting a different park each its annual garden party at 12:30 gives unstintingly of his time
p.m.
Wednesday
at
the
home
of
CAMP WALDEN
day during the week except
Mrs. Rosaline Fleisher, 20133 to insure the comfortable sur-
weekends.
Route
2,
Cheboygan,
Mich.—MA 7-5066 um or"
roundings
which
have
made
this
The 40-piece band consists of Strathmoor. Members and institution a true home for its
friends
are
invited.
Contact
Mrs.
all professional musicians and
0
elderly residents."
..SULAJULLSUZIA-SULSISSIS
is sponsored by the Department Sophia Rosen, DI 1-3950, for
Born in Russia; Fleischman,
tickets.
of Parks and Recreation and
* * *
65, has been a Detroiter for
the Music Performance Trust
The TUROVER LADIES 30 years. He is chairman of the
Fund.
Shaarey Zedek Cong. house
The sixth week of concerts AUXILIARY, in conjunction committee and is associated
with
the
CONG.
EZRAS
ACHIM
will feature Baritone William
with the Economics Club and
DeMaria at 8 p.m., Monday, at SISTERHOOD, will hold a Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
luncheon at noon Wednesday
Clark Park, W. V ern or and at the synagogue, 12129 Dex- sonic Order. He is married and
Clark; Tuesday, O'Shea Park,
has a son and three grand-
15810 Capitol; Wednesday, Bal- ter. All proceeds will go to children.
charities.
duck Park, E. Warren and
* * *
Canyon; Thursday, S t o e p e l
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, State Fair Will Honor
Park, Outer Drive & Evergreen;
will hold its annual picnic at Michigan's Leading "Morn"
is an authorized agency
Friday, July 29, Palmer Park,
noon Tuesday at Palmer Park,
Somewhere in the vast State
Pontchartrain and Hamilton.
for those joining the
near the wading pool, accord- of Michigan is a mother who
ing to president Blanche Rose. will be honored at the 111th
Members are invited to bring annual Michigan State Fair
ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN
guests and all will bring their of 1960.
DETROIT SERVICE GROUP
own lunches.
General Manager Donald L.
* *
Swanson and members of the
ISRAEL SURVEY TOUR
BEE KALT
TOWN AND COUNTRY Michigan State Fair Commis-
CHAPTER, Women's American sion started the search today
LEAVING
OCTOBER
2
ORT, will hold a theater party for the State's outstanding 0
0
Aug. 28 at Northland Play- mother and housewife. The
1"), e. k i c g sn:i s it
house. Featured attraction will "mom" selected will be crown-
reqA 1)1ft-1 be "Two for the Seesaw," star- ed Sept. 1, following the main-
e ■ -•

,A.5.4-*
ring Dana Andrews. Tickets will moth opening parade through
14 1's
Expert on Europe and Israel
be sold on a first come, first Detroit's downtown business
13o-v-
4-.1
serve basis. For information, section, by Gov. G. Mennen
Birmingham Phone:
Detroit Phone:
eslis contact Dolores Friedman, GR Williams, as part of the ribbon
"ctet
cutting
ceremonies
and
pro-
6-1722.
MI 6-2170
JO 6-1490
or% Se. oe bp% 1.10e.
* * *
gram at the Fairgrounds in
Detroit.
The JUNIOR PRIMROSE
FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT YOUR HOME
e
'(o44. %II .4..A a e‘e+
Swanson said the deadline
CLUB has installed new offi-
OR OFFICE AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
"Rener..•. cers for the 1960-61 year. They for entries has been set for
Aug. 15.
are
Gloria
Wallman,
president;
SURE, del
The mothers, 21 years and
Beverly Gold, Elaine Meyers
t,e)14
and Sally Cajan, vice presi- older, must be residents of the
t.tsk --ts
dents; Lois Navitz, Sandra State and must file an entry
a c,r;-1. (60 a6,01
Sheplow and Lenore Schiff, listing all qualifications and
296 N. HUNTER, BIRMINGHAM
IA v.% v arsechi 11 -21.4Z 1 secretaries; and Evelyn Gaiush, reasons why she should be
-IPS1STh2
treasurer. Chairmen are Mari- selected.
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