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August 12, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-12

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Social Security Office Announces Open House

The Detroit Northwest Social
Security District Office an-
nounces an open house will be
held from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Tues-
day to celebrate its move to a
new building at 18500 Grand
River, between Kentford and
Glastonbury.
"All residents and business
people of the community we

ome n 's auhs

SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTI-
TUTE WOMEN'S DIVISION
will hold a farewell luncheon

for Mrs. Frances Shayne, who
is leaving for Russia on a visit
with her family, at 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, at the Institute, 19350
Greenfield. Mrs. Lillian Zelman
and Ruth Kaplan will render a
musical program. Members and
friends are invited to attend.
* • *
The second annual ice cream
social of EVERGREEN CONG.

SISTERHOOD will be held from
4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue, 19160 Evergreen. Sun-
daes, cookies and coffee will be
served members, families and
friends. Proceeds will go to-
ward the completion of the syn-
agogue kitchen, announces Mrs.
Aubrey Benesen, chairman of
the day.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a donor
pledge luncheon Monday at the
summer cottage of Mrs. Morris
Braverman, on Pontiac Lake.
For further information and di-
rections, call UN 3-6120 or LI
6-3252.
* * *
A picnic at Palmer Park is
scheduled by CLUB TWO, Pio-
neer Women, for 11 a.m. Tues-
day, announces president
Blanche Rose. Members and
friends will assemble near the
children's playground. Picnic
committee members are Bessie
Zarenkin, Mary Lerner and
Rose Yendick.
* C *
DETROIT LADIES AUXILI-
ARY of the American Medical
Canter at Denver, Colo., will
meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Beth Moses. Hostesses will be
Mrs. Louis Schuster and Mrs.
Max Ducker.
* * *
The first meeting of the new
administration of the HEBREW
LADIES AID -SOCIETY will be
held noon Wednesday at Holi-
day Manor. All members are in-
vited to attend, announces Pres-
ident Mrs. David Weiss. A re-
port will be given on the Bob-
Lo excursion and tickets for the
annual donor luncheon distrib-
uted.
*
*
A meeting of chairmen and
captains of the PRIMROSE
BENEVOLENT CLUB will be
held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. M. Cohen, 10701
Santa Maria. The club's donor
event will be held Nov 30 at

be featured aboard ship, which
leaves the dock at the foot of
Woodward Ave. at 11 a.m. For
tickets, call Rose Altman at KE.
4-6355, or Ceil Burke at UN
4-6217.
* * *
Mrs. Hyman Zalenko, presi-
dent of the BETH AARON SIS-
TERHOOD, -a nnounces that
plans for the 1960-61 season will
be formulated at a board meet-
ing to be held 12:30 p.m. Aug.
22 at the Synagogue. Board
members and committee chair-
men are urged to attend.
• * *
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM w i 11
hold a luncheon and lawn party
at noon Tuesday at the home of
noon Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. A. Winokur, 4370 W. Out-
er Dr. Members and friends are

HOW
MANY,
Please?

serve are cordially invited to
visit us on this occasion," said
Harry Baltuck. "We are sure
that many people have ques-
tions about Social Security, and
our staff will be glad to answer
them at this time."

Nations talk peace, but most
of them want it on their own
terms.

600!

The HENROSE

MRS. MICHAEL LUCKOFF
can serve them all!
In an evening ceremony held
Especially
for . . . WEDDINGS and
at the Concordia Club, Pitts-
BAR MITZVAHS! The Henrose has
burgh, Pa., Jane Alene Fleish-
the largest selection of beautiful
invited to attend. For informa-
man became the bride of Mi-
new banquet rooms in town. An
For Reservations
experienced staff of caterers will
tion, call Mrs. Louis Hammer: For Information
chael Luckoff, Aug. 6.
handle all the details from menu
stein at UN 2-3397.
Phone WO 2-5900
The bride is the daughter
planning . . . to table arrangements
. . . and guarantee that YOUR
• • •
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White
party will be a memorable event.
EQUALITY CLUB will give
of Pittsburgh, and the bride-
a luncheon at noon, Aug. 13 at
groom is the son of the Louis
the home of Ida Glassman, 18416
H. Luckoffs, 19617 Renfrew,
Washburn. Plans will be made
Detroit. Dr. Frederick C.
for a charity garden party to be
Schwartz officiated.
given Tuesday at the summer
A full length gown of im-
ported silk mist taffeta and
home of Mrs. David Rosenberg.
Alencon lace with bridal seed
pearls over ice blue taffeta was
worn by the new Mrs. Luckoff.
Fashioned with a portrait neck-
line of Alencon lace and cap
ARE HAVING .
sleeves, the dress repeated the
Alencon lace pattern on the
fitted bodice and the applique
paneled !till bouffant skirt
which ended in a. graceful court
train.
Her fingertip veil of imported
silk illusion cascaded from a
crown of Alencon lace re-
embroidered with bridal seed
pearls. The bridal bouquet was
of phaelanopsis and orchids on
a white satin Bible.
The new Mrs. Luckoff chose
her twin sister Diane to be
maid of honor, while Alan Luck-
off served as his brother's best
man. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Marvin Starman, of Detroit,
Cyra Green, of New York, Mrs.
Ronald Roth and Rhoda Shear,
both of Pittsburgh. Ushers
were Detroiters James Weitz-
man, Marvin Starman, Seymour
Adler and Paul Lichter.
Following a dinner, the cou-
ple left on a wedding trip to
Mexico City and Acapulco.
Both the bride and bridegroom
are graduates of the University
of Michigan where Luckoff was
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu Temple Israel, according to Mrs.
fraternity and Mrs. Luckoff was Joe Kobrin, fund-raising chair-
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi man.
* * *
sorority. He is now affiliated
NORTH WOODWARD
with WJBK radio here.
BRANCH of the Jewish Women
Welfare Organization
Come and See the Beautiful European
will have a luncheon and games
party at noon Tuesday at the
Lebow residence, 18250 Men-
Crarvbrooh
dota. Proceeds will go to the
support of widows and orphans.
* * *
Tlarsirig Wome
C H A NA CZENESH CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
• DRESSES
its annual garden luncheon 1
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
T-TOPS
JAMAICA SHORT SETS
• JAMAICA SETS
Mrs. Louis LaMed, 19420 Silver-
BRAND NEW ONE FLOOR ULTRA c r es t, Southfield. Mesdames
2.00 to $1
7.9S to
Sonia Gold and Ruth Bright will
MODERN AIR-CONDITIONED
5.00

SHORTS
10.95
give an informal talk on their
BUILDING.
Values
Values
trips to Israel. Hostesses for the
luncheon will be Cecille Levy,
• BLOUSES
Ruth Bader, Kate Henock, Mar-
• Quality Care
ian Singer and Jennie Malamud.
• Registered Physical
• SKIRTS
* * •
Therapist
Mrs. Isadore Levin, president
• Licensed Nurses 24 Hours
of the LADIES OF YESHI-
• SLACKS
• Planned Entertainment
VATH BETH YEHUDAH and
• Bed and Ambulatory Cases
DRESSES
BLOUSES
WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
• Unlimited Visiting Hours
invites members and friends to
• ROBES
14.95 to $7
3.95 to $2
a luncheon and games party
• Plenty of Delicious Food
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Young
• Huge Living & Dining Room
22.95
5.95
• SWIMSUITS
Israel Center, Dexter at Fuller-
• Patio and Grounds
Values
Values
ton. Hostesses will be Mesdames

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Louis Honigman, Walter Ep-
stein, Pearl Leader, Abraham
Kelman, Flora Smerling and
David Gelberman.
* * *
DETROIT SOCIALITES will
hold its annual picnic Aug. 21
with a cruise and all-day outing
to Bob-lo Island. Dancing will

OFF

$4

$2

$3

$9

• LINGERIE

Telegraph of Maple

Rds.,

Bloomfield

Open Friday Evenings until 9 p.m.

9

Mile at Coolidge, Oak Park

Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. Evenings until 9 p.m.

11 —THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Au gust 12, 1960

Pittsburgh Girl Weds
Detroiter M. Luckoff

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