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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-05

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omen's Class

TEMPLE BETH EL SISTER-
HOOD has announced plans for
a "Country Fair" fund-raising
to be held Sept. 18 at Edge-
water Park. Chairman .Lucille
Miller says the park's facilities
have be en reserved for the
Sisterhood event the entire day.
Organizers of the affair include
Marilyn Walbott, Celia Bittker,
Claire Rands and President Jo
B 1 o o m. A "Treasurama" of
antique brit - a - brae, furniture
and books is a feature attrac-
tion. Other highlights include
refreshments, fun rides and
booths at the amusement park.
Proceeds of the fund-raising
will go to the Sisterhood's share
($10,000) of the Development
of Reformed Judaism in the
United States.
* * *
E M M A LAZARUS CHAP-
TER, American Jewish Con-
gress, will hold a luncheon-
garden party 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Ben
Tate, 20169 Stansbury. Mrs.
Tate will give pointers on the
planning and care of gardens.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Ralph Miller at
UN 4-8446.

.

The newly elected P.T.O. • at the meeting to discuss plans
board members of the Hillel for the coming season.
Day School of Detroit will meet
Board members include Mrs.
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home Percy Kaplan and Mrs. David
of Mrs. Emanuel Applebaum, Sklash, vice presidents; Mrs.
18632 Hartwell. Mrs. - Oscar Oscar Bigman and Mrs. Paul
Kramer, president, will preside Kelman, secretaries; Mrs. Ar-
thur Levine, treasurer; and
Mrs. Philip Minkin.

V E R A BRAMSON CHAP-
TER,, Women's American ORT,
will hold a "Bowling Ball and
Midnite Supper" starting 9 p.m.
Aug. 13 at Bowlerama, 7-Mile
Rd. and Lahser Rd. For infor-
mation and reservations, call
Norma Goldsmith, chairman, at
LI 4-7346, or Reva Levine at
EL 7-2510.

*

Men's Clubs

The annual Bob-Lo picnic of
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB
will be held Sunday, announces
Joe Hassell, chairman. Games
and prizes, besides other enter-
tainment, will. be featured. In-
cluded on the picnic committee
are Bernie Dosie, Irving Rat-
ner, Neil Kalef, Charlie Berg-
h-off, Harry Warsh and • Harold
ROdd.

* *

The CITY OF HOPE Cancer
Fighter's Bowling League will
begin its season 1 p.m. Sept. '8
at Oak Park Lanes on Coolidge
Hwy., Oak Park. Those inter-
ested should contact Mrs. Ben
Labensky, president, at EL
7-0147, or Mrs. Joseph Norman,
treasurer, at UN 2-8982.
* * *

KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will give a fare-
well luncheon for Mrs. Frances
Shayne at noon Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Esther Nus-
baum, 10700 Oak Park Blvd.,
Oak Park. Mrs. Shayne is leav-
ing for Moscow, Russia, to visit
her family. For information,
call Fae Feinberg at UN 1-8940.
* * *

MRS. HAROLD ROSSEN

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A luncheon and briefing
meeting will be held Aug. 16
at the home of Mrs. Leon B.
Kay, 19221 Strathcona, to plan
the Honor Roll Event of the
DETROIT CHAPTER OF HA-
DASSAH. Workers and chair-
men include Mesdames Sam
Shekter, Milton Sorock, Charles
Gershenson, Frank Wetsman,
Samuel Schwartz, Benjamin
Bond, Jason Honigman, Davis
Benson, Nathan Schermer, Louis
Luckoff, Harry Spector, Faye
Moss and Robert Drews. The
opening Chapter meeting, slated
for Sept. 27, will feature Mrs.
Raphael Tourover, n a ti on al
Washington representative and
U.N. observer, as guest speaker.
It was announced, also, by Con-
PHILIP HANDLER LODGE
vention Chairman Mrs. Morris w i 11 kick .off its . 1960-61
Wayne that reservations are seas on with a "Fin-Fun
now being taken for the 46th Splash Party" 7 p.m. Aug. 20
annual national convention to at the Sidney Hill Northwest
be held Sept. 11-14 at the Club, '13333 W. Eight Mile.
Waldorf-Astoria in New York. Swimming, food', dancing and
For reservations, call Mrs. professional entertainment are
Wayne at UN 2-4445 or the featured, according to. president
Hadassah Office.
Ben Kawer. The public may at-
.
* * *
tend only through invitation.
Mrs.- Faye Bright and Mrs. Reservations can be made by
Arthur (Sylvia) Brukoff, presi- calling Kawer at LI 6-6788;
dent of the LIVONIA GROUP, Morris Blechman at UN 1-5265;
Hadassah, have organized two or Morris Lazarus at LI 6-6957.
* • *
bowling leagues for play at
WY-7 Recreation. For informa-
SALLY TUCKER CHAPTER
tion, call Mrs. Bright at DI has elected Rochelle Cohen
1-9526 or Mrs. Brukoff at GA president who will take her
2-7816.
oath of office at the chapter's
* *- *
first installation in September.
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Others elected were Rosalind
Golden Chain, has scheduled a
Tucker, first vice president;
w e i n i e roast exclusively for
Natalie Levitt, second vice pres-
paid-up members and their hus-
ident; Sue Bennett, recording
bands, at 9 p.m. Monday at
secretary;. Sharon Goldberg, cor-
Jericho Temple, 18495 Wyoming.
responding secretary; Sharon
Admission will be the green
Surow•tz, treasurer; and Sharon
dues card. RSVP Rose Bern-
Levine and S a n d y Goldman,
stein, UN 4-2504 or Thelma
sergeants-at-arms. •
Wolf, LI 4-3619.
*
*
*
The first board meeting of
the new administration of the
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levin,
Mizrachi Women, will be held
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home 14431 Rosemary, Oak Park,
of Mrs. Max Klyman, 17160 announce the Bar Mitzvah of
Northlawn, it was announced by t h e i r son, Lawrence Niel, on
Aug. 6, at Congregation Beth
president Mrs. Paul Fenton.
Yehuda. A party will be given
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO- in Larry's honor Sunday, at
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- Rainbow Terrace. _
* * *
TION will give a luncheon and
Mr. and Mrs. Morley Wolfe
lawn party at noon Wednesday
at the, home of president Mrs. announce the Bar Mitvzah of
Morris Miller, 19726 San Juan. their son,, Sheldon Lyle, will be
Proceeds will be used to aid or held tomorrow at Cong. Mogen
phaned families. Member:, and Abraham. A brunch will be
friends of the organization are held Sunday at Sammy's Ava-
lon Rooxii in his honor.
invited to attend.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Katt,
DAVID M. LIPPITT, of the
Meisner Insurance Agency, has 19141 Wisconsin, announce the
completed the first Summer Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jerome
School for Agents sponsored by Michael, will be held tomorrow
State Automobile Mutual Insur- at Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel-
ance Company of Columbus. The Tikvah. A reception in his honor
school was conducted at Capital will be held Sunday at the
Rainbow Terrace.
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Carole Ann Rose, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rose of
Lincolnwood, Ill., and Harold
F. Rossen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan J. Rossen of Vassar Dr.,
were wed recently in the Guild-
hall of the Ambassador West
Hotel in Chicago.
Mrs. Toby Stein served as
her sister's matron of honor
Bridesmaids were Gerri Rossen,
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