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September 23, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-23

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Mrs. David Shuster, president
of SABRA CHAPT E R, Pioneer
Women, announces the next reg-
ular meeting at 12:30 p.m., Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs.
Thelma Farber of Oak Park.
Plans for the coming season, in-
cluding the Council Membership
Tea, will be discussed. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Murray
Greenwald, LI 7-6218.

*

* *

DEBORAH SERVICE
LEAGUE announces the first
general meeting of the season at
8:30 p.m. Monday, at the home
of .Mrs. Helen Felstein, 20412
Steel, DR 1-2609. Mrs. Maynard
Feldman, president, asks all
members to attend.
* * *
"American Dream, Myth or
Reality?" will be the subject of a
talk to be given by a Wayne
State University foreign exchange
student at the first social of the
new administration of LADIES
OF MOSAIC, 8:30 p.M. Wednes-
day at Masonic Temple. Refresh-
ments wiil be served. Guests are
invited.
* * *
WYOMING GROUP will meet
12:30 p.m., Oct. 4, at Hadassah
House for a style show with its
own members modelling new
fall fashions from the Parisian
Leather Shop.
*
BAGLEY NORTH will meet
12:30 p.m., Oct. 5, at Hadassah
House for a luncheon. New
members will be honored, and
Mrs. Harry (Gertrude) Ober-
stein will review one of the lat-
est controversial "best sellers."
* * *
Plans for the coming donor
luncheon will be discussed at a
general meeting of the HEBREW
LADIES AID SOCIETY at 12:30
p.m.,. Oct. 4. All men- bers are
urged to attend, announces pres-
ident Mrs. Dave Weiss.
* • *
JEWISH WOMEN'S EUROPE-
AN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION is calling a board of di-
rectors meeting for noon Monday
in the home of Mrs. 0. H. Ka-
vieff, 15835 Ohio. A report on
the pre-holiday bake sale will be
given,. and relief cases will be
submitted for approval.
* * *
A Yom Kippur dance of LI-
VONIA JEWISH CONG. SISTER-
HOOD is announced for 9 p.m..
Oct. 1, at Bentley High School,
Five Mile Rd. and Hubbard, Li-
vonia. Sam Barnett's orchestra
will provide music and entertain-
ment. There will be refreshments
and prizes. Tickets may be ob-
tained by calling GR 6-0890 or
GR 4-2382 and at the door.
* *
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"Murder
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discuss
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man
meeting of
the
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Mrs. Jerry Morse, vice pres-
ident of the book fund of DE-
TROIT CHAPTER Brandeis Un-
iversity National Women's Com-
mittee, reports that the chapter
was recently cited by national
headquarters for ranking third
in the country for contributions
to the book fund of the library.
* *
The SISTERHOOD of Congre-
gation BETH SHALOM has
opened a Ceremonial Gift and
Book Shop at 14601 Lincoln,
Oak Park.- For information, call
Mrs. David Lessem, LI 7-9810.
* *
MEDICAL AID GUILD
(formerly Neugarten Medical
Aid) invites m e m b e r s and
friends to hei
Dr. Milton
Spencer speak
'on "How Do
Chile a n d Is-
rael Business-
m e n Think?"
8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Sholem
Alechem I n -
saute, 19350
Gre mfield. Dr.
Spencer r e -
Dr. Spencer
cently re-
turned from a trip to Chile and
Israel where he was sent by the
U.S. State Department to con-
sult and advise with top govern.
ment and business officials. He
is assistant professor of econo-
mics at Wayne State University
and has written a number of
books. The latest to be published
is "Business Economics."
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday,. at the home of Mrs.
Rose Wasserman, 19178 Indi-
ana. Mrs. Martha Rosenfeld will
discuss current events. Mes-
dames Rose Wasserman and
Sare Foon will be hostesses. The
chapter is sponsoring a rum-
mage sale. To contribute cloth-
ing and household articles, call
Mollie Boraks, UN 4-3612,
will arrange for pick up
* • •
MEYERS GROU
et
12:30 p.m. Oct.
e home of
Mrs. Jack
er, 4811 W.
Outer Dr. •
dessert lunch-
eon and
-partisan politica
rally.
* *
PRI R SE B' ' 0 E
CLUB ill hold a
ing
nday at Co
seph
Wyoming
* * *
AME CAN H
CLUB
will hol
meeting at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of president Mrs. Ben Hamburg
of Webb Ave.
* * *
ALONAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will feature a talk on
the education of children in
Israel by Esther Steinberger
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home
of Pat Gorman, 24256 Lewin.
* * _*
DAVID - HORODOKER
YOUNG WOMEN'S ORGANI-
ZATION is planning to - hold
its annual donor affair Dec. 6
at Holiday Manor. The group
is also making arrangements
to care for five children at the
Lapeer State Horne. and Train-
ing School. The next meeting
will be held Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. J. Zemmol, 25430
Karen, Oak Park.

*

Biber, Feinberg
Get Appointment

Max Biber, local attorney,
last week was named by Gov-
ernor Williams as a member
of the State Corrections Com-
mission. He succeeds the late
Saul R: Levin.
Governor Williams also ap-
pointed Charles E. Feinberg,
prominent bibliophile and art
collector, as a member of the
State Historical Commission for
a six-year term.

Alpha Nu Parents Club Starts New Season

"Let's Get Acquainted" will
be the theme of the first fall
meeting of the Alpha Nu Par-
ents Club Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Ann Gold, 18480 Fair-
field.
Doctors Phil
erman a
rk of
Martin N
a
Omega
al frater
, De-
troit A
ni Chapt
e sched-
uled
guest spe
s. A social
ho
ill follow
ostesse for
es
th e meeting
I
y Jacobs.
Iry
lieff
a Ann Go Par
s are now
ity of De
ool,
tal
a • parents
ha e gradu
SO
of this dental schoo
invi
o attend.
The p
ers for the
coming year are Irving Klieff,

president; Mrs. Seymour Mor-
ton, vice-president; Mrs. Mar-
tin Share, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Samuel Bicoll, re-
cording secretary; and Mrs. Sol
Babbush, treasurer.

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Rabbi Rosenbaum officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kronen of
Talbot Ave., Huntington Woods.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Silverman of
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The bride wore a gown of
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of tiny seed pearls. The crushed
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