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October 21, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-21

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Women's Cluh activities

politan Detroit." A smorgasbord
dinner will be served. Guests
and friends are invited. For
information, call DI 1-5323.

MISS JACQUELINE BEBER

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beber of
Northlawn Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Jacqueline Harriett, to James
Allen Grekin, son of Mrs. Hilda
Grekin and the late Dr. S. L.
Grekin.
The bride-to-be, who is af-
filiated with Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority, is a graduate of Wayne
State University. Her fiance is
a graduate of the University of
Michigan and currently is an
osteopathy student in Des
Moines. A December wedding
is planned.

Marriages

WARTELL-WALLACH: Susan
Nan Wallach became the bride
of C. Robert Wartell in a recent
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Henry Schorr at the Hotel
Gramercy Park in New York.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. William Wallach, 150
Fayette, Syracuse, N. Y., and
Mr.• and Mrs. Irving Wartell,
13125 S h e r w o o d, Huntington
Woods.
Twin sisters Madeleine A. and
Diane B. Wallach were maids of
honor. Stephen - Fishman was
best man and Michael. Gale of
Mt. Vernon, N. .Y., was an
usher.
The couple recently returned
from a Jamaica, British West
Indies, honeymoon. They are re-
siding at 19745 Monte Vista.
* * *
DAVIDSON - FINKELSTEIN:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Finkel-
stein of Brookline, Mass., an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Rosalie, to Dr. Harold
E. Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry C. Davidson of Stratford
Rd. The wedding took place Oct.
16 in Cambridge, Mass.
*
*
L I E B OW- FISHER: Jan
Fisher became - the brid
Jerome Liebow at a ce ony
abbi
performed Oct. 15 •
ael. The
Syme at Te mple
ildren of
newlyweds are th
r Fisher of
Mr. and Mrs. A
Washburn Av
and Mr. and
Mrs. David Li • w of Oak Park.
Rheva L i e w attended the
bride as ma • n of honor. Mar-
yin Liebow
as his brother's
cocktail reception
best man.
followed at pringel's Patio
Room. The c
le departed for
a Nassau hone
oon. They will
Rd.
reside on Green

Sid Shmarak's

Business Briefs

BEN and GEORGE, located

on Dexter for many years, has

moved to Livonia, and is located
at 29481 W. '7 Mile Rd. at Mid-
dlebelt, in the Mid-7 Shopping
Center. Ben Epstein, and his
new associate, Sam Lerman,
who has been with Ben for the
last ten years, invite their many
friends and customers to stop in
and see their new, modern res-
taurant. As always, the same
quality food and fine service,
t r a y catering and carry - out
service is offered. They can be
reached at KE 5-1770.

1

Nathanson to formulate plans
for the annual Child Rescue and
Rehabilitation Donor Luncheon,
slated for noon Nov. 16 at the
Hayim Greenberg Center. Chair-
men are Mesdames Walter Litt,
H. Schwartz, Sam Gennis, L.
Nathanso
Rin ish, Yourist,
a Schre , M. J. Stern,
acob Mee an and M. Weinhart.
For reservations, call UN
3-9526.

view "The Inspector," by Jan
deHartog. For information, call
Mrs. Murray Greenwald, LI
7-6218.
* * *.
HANITA CHAPTER, 'Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Hayim Greenberg
Center.. Guest speaker. Norman
Perlstein will discuss the 15th
anniversary of the United Na-
tions. He is the midwest director
American Jewish Congress.
ting is open. For in-
call Mrs. Berel Hear-
4-5830.

ALONAH CHAPTER, P i o -
neer Women, will feature a
slide presentation of Israel by
Jerry Kutnick and Dory Kend-
* * *
ler' of Habonim Jewish Youth
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Eleanor Manela, 23040 Beverly, , CHAPTER, Women's American
Oak Park. For information, call ORT, will hold a "Games Night"
LI 7-4699.
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Young
*
*
Israel Center of Oak-Woods,
YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR announces Mrs. Gerald Frie
Clubs Page 27)
CHOLEM will hold an open man, vice president of sp
meeting and dessert luncheon projects. Prizes and r
12:30 p.m. Monday at the home ments are featured. Fo
of Mrs. Tobias Fuller, 5548 W. mation, call Mrs. Robe
CATERERS
Outer Dr. Mrs. Louis Kerner co-chairman, LI 6-1667
In Our Patio Home
will show slides of her recent Steven Meyers, EL
s.
or At Your Home
trip to Russia.
a Park,
* * *
7 MILE & WYOMING
* * *
esident Mrs. David
Plans have been made
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
uster. Adele Mondry will re-
Eastern Star, has elected new CLUB 27th annual donor lunch-
officers for the coming year. eon to be held Nov. 30 at
They are Mesdames Ree Kass, Temple Israel, announces Presi-
worthy matron; Maida Krause, dent Mrs. William Belinsky.
associate matron; Harold Haas, Prizes will include trips t• he
associate patron; Marie Haas, De
associate conductress; Honey
on
in the
, er's a •
Magid, conductress; Anne We'
s. H.
cording to
Catsk*
er, secretary; and Mar
gift chairman. Fe ured
Bro
attiring Many Exhibits of Fine, Rare, Collector
man, treasurer.
at the 'event will be Mr and
* * *
ems
of Art Glass, Furniture, Bric-a-brac, Oriental
Mrs. J41 Cornel, da er- and
CLUB ONE, Pio r Women,
Rugs
and
Paintings.
th anniver-
will celebrate th
omen 12:30
sary of Pioneer
Appraisals and Liquidations
p.m. Tuesday t the Hayim
e r. Featured
Greenberg C e
18400 WOODWARD AVE. TO 9-2120
speaker will be rs. Sophie Sis-
lin, Moetzet Ha
lot chairman
ODESSA PRO-
OPEN DAILY 9;30 to 6; FRIDAY TO 9
is will be
of Club One. He
E AID SOCIETY will
"35 Years of Pionee
Detroit." Mrs. Esther Mendel- meet at the home of Mrs. L
son, Council legislative chair-
man, will also talk on "Evalua-
tion of the Presidential Can-
didates." A brunch will be
served.
* * *
HEBREW LADIES AID SO-
CIETY announces Mrs. Julius
Ring has been named chair-
man of its annual donor lunch-
eon to be held Nov. 28 at Holi-
day Manor. Assisting her will
be Mesdames Louis Kepes, Rose
Fisch and Bertha Friedman.
For reservations, call Mrs. Jo-
seph White, reservations chair-
man, UN 4-5452.
• * *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will
hold an open board meeting
8 p.m. Wednesday at Jericho
Temple, announces President
Mrs. Morris Iden. A social hour
will follow and refreshments
will be served.
* * -*
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold
its first meeting of the season
1 p.m. - Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute
President
inkel.
Pla
e discussed .
g fund-raising.
appear on the tastiest
* * *
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB
. . . on seven savory soups . . . on the world's
will hold a rummage sale Tues-
day at American Legion Hall, best ked Ketchup —
d on a great variety of pure and nourishing
Nine Mil Rd. at Livernoi
Those
-reed
donat
r fined and junior f ds for babies.
rummag
ct e rly Go
LI 5-19
mbers
Hallow
dren
thland Cen-
ter.
and reshments will
be
For information, call
Sall Cogan, KE 5-5084.
* * *
HEBREW LADIES
CIETY will
meet-

ov. 19 at Holi-
•ay Manor. Members and friends
are invited. An Israel film and
dessert luncheon is planned.
* * *
FLORENCE HOCKBERG SO-
CIAL AID CLUB will hold its
annual games party to aid handi-
capped children 8 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 31, at Sholem Aleichem
Institute. For reservations and
tickets, call Mrs. Sally Bennett,
BR 3-6489.
* * *
GOLDA MEYERSON CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
its annual Simhat Torah Party
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Labor
Zionist Building. An I s r a e l i
movie by Leonard Bernstein
will be shown. Speaker for the
evening will be Dr. S a mu el
'the © is the seal of The Union Of Orthodox Jewish Congregations Of America-
Krohn on "The Role of the
your guarantee that these Heinz Varieties are strictly kosher.
Community Council of Metro-

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23 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 21, 1960

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