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August 26, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-26

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omens Clubs

To Wed Dec. 20

RALPH PLOFSKY, of White
Plains, N.Y., was elected to the
post of National Judge Advo-
cate, the second highest office
of the organization, of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., at the convention in
!Miami Beach.

SHERUTH LEAGUE will fea- ' speaker. Members and friends
ture a demonstration -of the use are invited. The chapter is now
of cosmetics by George Severns conducting a rummage sale.
of Cotter Coiffures at its lunch- Those desiring to donate cloth-
eon and first general meeting of ing - or household articles are
the season Tuesday at Sholem urged to phone Mollie Boraks.
Aleichem Institute on Greenfield UN 4-3612, who will arrange for
Rd. A close-up movie showing pick-up.
* * *
the fine details of applying eye
makeup will highlight the pres-
The JEWISH WOMEN'S
entation. Prizes will be awarded EUROPEAN WELFARE ORGA-
to members who bring $25 in paid NIZATION will hold a special
up ads or a full book of savings board meeting at noon Monday
stamps.
at the home of Mrs. Charles
* * *
Hanenberg, 16869 Lilac, to plan
NU CHAPTER, Iota Alpha Pi coming events and hear a report
sorority, is planning a Bob-Lo on the recent lawn party.
moonlight cruise to cap its sum-
4:
4:
4:
When a wonderful gift
MISS JUDITH SIMONS
mer activities. The sorority re-
TOWN AND COUNTRY
on a meaningful occasion
cently held a beach party at Ken- CHAPTER, Women's American
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Morris
Simons
sington's Maple Beach in honor ORT, will hold its first board
is needed — an antique
of newly-initiated actives Judy meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at the of Ohio A announce the en-
piece of jewelry is just
gagement
of
their
daughter,
Belsky, Barbara Burstein and home of vice president Mrs.
the right thing.
Judith
Sandra,
to
Jerome
Gary
Anita Goldman.
Paul Sherizan. Reports will be Cohen. son of Mrs. Sally Cohen
See Our Wide Selection
* * *
given on the summer projects and the late Walter Cohen. The
Visit With the Lattin's
Mrs. Paul Shapiro, president and plans will be made for the bride-elect is a senior in the
of the DETROIT LADIES OF coming season, according to College of Education at Wayne
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER president Mrs. Blanche Brant. State University. Her fiance at-
at Denver, Colo., announces a
tended Lawrence Institute of
meeting will be held 1 p.m. Tues-
Technology. A Dec. 20 wedding
129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
day to plan a luncheon. Hostesses
is planned.
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN
are Mesdames Esther Altman and
LI 2 2110
Abe Moss.
Open Daily to 5:30;
See Page 15 for New Year
* 4: *
Thurs. and Fri. to 9
Greeting Coupon
R.A.DOMER LADIES AUXIL-
LARY will hold an executive
Mrs. William Burke, former
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day in the home of Mrs. L. Lum- president of the Detroit Wom-
berg, 23521 Wildwood, Oak Park, en's Division of the American
to make plans for the December Jewish Congress, will be the
donor dinner. Other fund-rais- installing officer at the opening
To Your Relatives and Friends
ing activities for the coming Division meeting Sept. 8, at
season also will be discussed.
Through the Columns of
The group's regular meeting
will be held 8:30 p.m. Sept. 8
at the Workmen's Circle, 18340
W. Seven Mile. New officers
will be elected.
* 4: 4:
NORTH WOODWARD
A. Weekly Review f
of Jewish Events
BRANCH, Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization, will
For a small cost, you will be able to reach all
hold its first meeting of the sea-
son at noon Tuesday at the home
of your relatives and friends . . . and wish
of President Mrs.. Sadie Haut.
Coming activities will be dis-
them a Happy New Year!
cussed and a report presented
on the summer's luncheons.
• *
Fill In This Convenient Coupon TODAY
JUNIOR HADASSAH invites
MI NM Ili INN NI MI I= MN
ill NM Ell Ma NI
girls of high school age to attend
a soda and shake party 1:30 p.m.
I
Sept. 18 at the Hadassah House,
DR. ANDRE UNGAR
17100 West 7 Mile Rd.
16240 W. Seven Mile. The group
I
Detroit 35, Michigan
will present a program after the, Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park.
fountain closes at 2:15 p.m. For .Mrs. Dan Shapiro, new presi-
information, call Susan Benson dent, and her board will be in-
Please insert our New Year
I.
at VE 6-9713, or Susan Winer stalled.
greeting.
We enclose check for
I
at UN 2-7907.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
• *r•
$3 . $5 .. $10 .. $25 . .
I
Andre Ungar, a former South
I
New members and their spon- African rabbi who was expelled
sors of DETROIT SECTION, Na-
I
Mr.
and
Mrs,
and
Family
I
from that country because of
tional Council of Jewish Women,
his
views
on
the
racial
question.
I
I
will be entertained 1 p.m. Sept.
■ Address
7 in the garden of Mrs. Jerry Dr. Ungar, now the assistant
o •I• ME NM--- ON NI MK MN NM NMI al IN NM 11111—
rabbi
in
Temple
Bnai
Abraham,
Krandall, 19360 Strathcona. A
This will be the only means of obtaining a form
prize will be awarded to the Newark, N.J., will . speak on
to send in your greeting,
Council member who has en- "South Africa — Dilemma for
Jewry."
rolled the most new members.
BE SURE YOUR CHECK
All Jewish women are in-
Margi Franzel of Margi Franzel,
vited
to
the
meeting,
which
will
Inc., women's apparel shops in
ACCOMPANIES THIS COUPON
Detroit and Franklin, who has begin with a dessert luncheon
just rettumed from an extended at 12:15 p.m.
trip to the Orient, will feature
some of her occidental creations.
'YOU ACTUALLY -SAVE 30-55%
Council members who will model
are Mesdames Marvin Alexander,
Milton Alexander, Fred Alpert,
Richard Lurie, Leonard Meldman,
All Yarn Top Quality and
•.
William Rosenthal, Oscar Silver-
FACTORY GUARANTEED
man and Harvey Willens. In
charge of the afternoon's events
ENROLL NOW
will be Mesdames Jerry Krandall,
FALL HAND KNITTING SCHOOL
Albert Cole, Alvin Rodecker,
Beginners and advanced classes for teens and adults close September
Morton Lazar, Leonard Weiner,
9. Single or group enrollments accepted. Join now. Qualified pro-
fessioncil teacher.
Henry Steppach, Donald Weil,
H. V. Kreger and James Van
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5) Newest Pattern Fashions Direct From Paris
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
6) Largest Selection of Pattern Books in the Midwest
I. Waxman, 23131 Marlowe, Oak
7) Complete Line of Accessories—Needles, Cable Tools, Etc.
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FINE
ANTIQUE JEWELRY

MISS JOANNE SPARR

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Sparr
of Prairie Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Joanne Linda to Morton Jay
Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Goldberg of Sunderland
Rd. The bridegroom-to-be is a
graduate electrical engineer of
Lawrence Institute of Technol-
ogy. A July wedding is planned.

I have never heard anything
about the .resolutions of the
apostles but a great deal about
their acts.—Horace Mann

Congress Women
to Hear Talk on
Apartheid Issue

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SAY HAPPY NEW YEAR

THE JEWISH NEWS

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