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September 16, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-16

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BIRMINGHAM - FRANKLIN
JUNIOR HADASSAH will hold
its first meeting of the season,
a membership tea, at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Marge
Lipson, 27975 Quail Hollow,
Farmington (GR 4-8037). Mrs.
Allan Marks will show a film
of her recent trip to Israel.
Those interested in joining the
group should call Rose Glicks-
man, membership chairman, at
GR 4-7330.
* * *
Mrs. Abraham Sinaberg will
be hostess to a regular meeting
of the HOME RELIEF SOCIE-
TY Sept. 26 at her home, 18000
Ilene. A dessert luncheon will
be served. The Society is
making plans for its 38th an-
nual • donor dinner-dance sched-
uled for Oct. 25 at the Town
and Country Club. In charge of
the event are Mesdames William
Budman, chairman; William Bo-
rin, co-chairman; Abe Katzman,
yearbook chairman; Sidney Tau-
ber, tickets; Abe Sinaberg, me-
raoriams; Barney Schatz, happy
events; and Raymond. Suhd,
darlings.
• * *
HADASSAH BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL GROUP will
hold an open meeting 8:15 p.m.
Sept. 26 at Hadassah House.
Mrs. Raphael Tourover, Wash-
ington representative of the Na-
tional Board of Hadassah, will
be a special guest. Newly elect-
ed officers of the group are
Mesdames Helen Dimond, pres-
ident; Claire Landes Schkloven,
vice president; Jane Center
Z a k s, Ruth Friedland and
George V. Le
easurer,
Frieda Sil
es Schkloven and
Claire
gel, honor roll chair-
Doris
and Sophie Kutlov, pro-
me
chairman.
g
* *
Stone, cha' • an
Mrs. Arth
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of the
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first
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e held
meetin
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arking
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be
E). A essert luncheon
nthal,
served by Mrs. Robert

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Chub activities

hospitality chairman, and her
committee. Mrs. Jack (Frita
Roth) Drapkin will present a
commentary on her recently pub-
lished book, "Papa's Golden
Land."
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold its first reg-
ular meeting of the season 8:30
p.m. Monday at Holiday Manor,
18641 Wyoming. Mrs. Max Levy,
program chairman, announces a
birthday celebration in honor of
the group's eighth birthday.
* * *
Mrs. M. Rosenberg, 18432 Stoe-
pel, will be hostess 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday for an executive board
meeting of the RADOMER LA-
DIES AUXILIARY. Mrs. Esther
Wolok, vice president, has ap-
pointed Mesdames Minnie Ross,
J. Simkovitz and Lydia Slakter
to serve at the Downtown U.S.O.
from, 2 to 6 p.m. Monday.
*
*•
IOTA ALPHA PI Sorority
Alumni Group will hold a re-
union luncheon 12:30 p.m. Satur-
day at Ann Sayles Tea Room,
7114 W. Seven Mile Rd. For
reservations, call Bette Schein at
LI -7-2362, Lillian Meisner at TO
8-4573, or Lorraine Segal at VE
8-8049.
* * *
The SA'AD CLUB (Parkinson's
Disease Research Fund) will
feature a fashion show by Nat
Greene 8:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. Proceeds wil
go to Wayne State University'
College of Medicine, Parkinso
Disease Research Fund.
r
tickets, call Mrs. Alvin So
in
UN 4-6305.

*

* *

e MAIMONIDES ME AL
SO TY WOMEN'S A 'L-
I
will hold its first ang
of i 35th year 12:15 p.m. on-
day the David Whitney use,
W. .S. Building, 1010 'e-
to Mrs. Louis Shiovitz, pa
ident, will present a review
p
the organization's past activi-
es. Officers are Mesdames Sol
Grossman, president; Paul Frai-
berg and Howard Appelman, vice
presidents; Alex Friedlaender,
Henry Schles'.nger, Alfred Klein,
Charles Kessler and Leonard
Haking, secretaries; David Mor-
ton, treasurer; David Schane,
treasurer-elect; and Sam Fried,
Benjamin Parker, Saul Sakwa,
Edward Skully and Lewis Wasser-
man, standing committee chair-
men.

*

Detroit Chapter President Mrs.
I. Jerome Hauser will give high-
lights of the recent national con-
vention in New York at a meet-
ing of the HADASSAH EVE-
NING GROUP, at a 12:30 p.m.
brunch, Sunday, in the home o
Mrs. Blanche Pollack, 18625 F
n
field. Young women interest
social and philanthropic act' ies
are invited to attend.
* * •*
INFANTS SERVICE ROUP
will hold its first meeti of the
season at noon Monda it was
announced by Mrs. Al S
, pres-
d
ident. A business meeti
fish-bowl drawing for new me
hers will follow brunch, served
by Mrs. Sam • Katz, social secre-
tary, and her committee. Plans
will be completed for the organ-
ization's second annual "County
Fair," to be held Nov. 27 at Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute. Those in-
terested in joining the group's
bowling league should contact
Mrs. Evelyn Roth or Mrs. Laura
Samuels.
* * *
Mrs. Sophie Tatelman, Moetzet
Hapoalot chairman of KINNE-
RET CHAPTER, Pioneer Wom-
en, will hold a luncheon
p.m. Saturday at he
Stratford. Pro
ill go to th
und.
Child Res
• * *
TO AND COUNTRY CHAP-
T
Women's American ORT,
hold its opening meeting of
e season 8 p.m.
ome of Mrs.
24030 Blackstone,
it
was announced b
in
Schwartz, progr
A
Judie Carol s
ear fashion
show will be presented by models
Mesdames Gerald Clayton, Leon-
ard Nagel, Milton Geller, Mar
en
Brown, Bernard Backne
n and
Briskin, Paul S
esses will be
Charles Salter
aid Rosman, Albert
Mesdam
and Charles Siegal, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Ben
Briskin, hospitality chairman.
9:• *
BUSINESS A N D PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, Hadassah,
will hear Mrs. Raphael Tourover,
Hadassah's Washington represent-
ative, at an 8 p.m. . meeting, Sept.
26 at Hadassah House. Guests are
invited.

FESSIONAL
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Adolph Deutsch, president of
AMerican Savings

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Association,
e
an-
nounced t•
o
opening of
the 9t
n West 14 Mile
Roa • ear ooks Road in the
C
son S opping Center.
he new branch is the sec-
ond opened by th
ciation
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this year. The of
on opened
recently in
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Hills.
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DETROIT HOPE FOR JUVE-
NILES, an organization which
supports research in the area of
cystic fibrosis and chronic lung
diseases, held its annual mem-
bership tea Thursday. A check for
$1,000 was presented to Dr.
Robert Gregory, medical director
of the outpatient department of
Children's Hospital, to be used
in research.
• * *
Reservations are being taken
for the birthday dinner of
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of the
Eastern Star, to be held MOnday
at 80 W. AlexandrineFestivities
will begin at 4 p.m., and follow
ing the 6 p.m. dinner, the init
tion will be held, Degrees will
exemplified by the past mat
and patrons of the chapter
nounce Paula Stark, w
matron, and Edward
worthy patron. For reserva
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*
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A board meeting of th
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
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will be held 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. I.
Bronson, 18076 Birwood, it was
announced by President Mrs.
S. Shifman.
• * *
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hold a board meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Triangle Furni-
ture Co., 818 N. Woodward,
Royal Oak. Hosts are Mesdames
Hyman Harris and David Soskin.

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